- The Video Archive holds recorded interviews with my friends and family about the realities of climate change and what it means for our lives.
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
While this site focuses primarily on climate change, the problem is so interwoven with the machinery of the global economy that I end up absorbing a lot of economic information as a byproduct. Lately this financial chatter has been particularly hair-raising, and … Continue reading
Deserts suck. Sure they’re beautiful in their way, and their brutal austerity holds a certain fascination for the Western observer. But mostly, deserts suck…they’re barren wastelands hostile to life. Somewhere deep in our bones we long for land that … Continue reading
To me, the scariest thing about climate change is that it will soon move beyond our control. That’s because as the Earth warms, we cross a “tipping points” after which climate change becomes self reinforcing. Trapped greenhouse gases will be … Continue reading
These days I tend to beat myself up for screwing around; my biggest time sinks are video games (I never did quite kick my Civilization 5 habit) and television (my beloved Boston Celtics are kind of out in the wilderness). The reason, … Continue reading
Last week I was pleased to get an advance screening of the new documentary Greedy Lying Bastards, which details the connections between American corporations and the denial of climate change science. If you’re unaware that corporate douchebags have been peddling denial … Continue reading
Infographic that spells out the temperature scenarios for a climate change world, when they’re coming and what they mean. Spread this around! (click to enlarge)
If my effusive love of apartment living didn’t come through in the Shannon and Nick talk a few weeks ago, allow me restate it for you now. Meeting strangers from the internet, co-habitating with them and turning them in to your friends … Continue reading
Last month the world was captivated by eye-popping footage of the Chelyabinsk meteor as it streaked across the sky in Russia’s Ural region. Humanity was lucky that the meteor detonated high above the earth’s surface, as the explosion was 30 … Continue reading
This is one of the better info-graphics I’ve seen on the subject, and if you watch closely you can see sneaky exponential curve pop up at 3:49…