Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Ninety Percent and the Tithe

I think it likely that 90% of our working time creates what we don’t need and also damages work to preserve what we do need. That is: most of our time is not only wasted but destructive. Of course, I’m … Continue reading

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Three Old Thoughts to Post Again

Thought One – . We measure climate change as an abstract idea balanced against the real problems of our lives. We see the truth of climate change, just as we understand that Earth is roughly spherical. We laugh at flat-Earthers … Continue reading

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Brexit

Just to keep us focused, dear Reader – Much of the Arctic is currently, in the heart of Winter and in total darkness, measuring two degrees centigrade above freezing. It is thawing. Just about every ancient, and nearly all modern … Continue reading

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