Killer Oceans Blog - - "This is the stuff of tragedy."
January 12, 2021 - Tuesday
January 11, 2021 Monday
The American Abyss: uploaded Ian Masters interview. -
I'm still moving slowly through Reason in a Dark Time, Jamieson, especially chapter 3. Chapter 3 gives needed information on the manipulation of ideologies, especially in commodification of epistemology, politics, more.
January 1, 2020
It's 4:30 and I'm debating between Reason in
A Time of Darkness and Moran's Climate Studies, Introduction to Climate Studies. Moran makes the most sense, considering his text introduces the multi-disciplines comprising "climate science. Jamieson has a much broader approach, not science in itself, but social commentary and such.
The Stern Review link goes toward my state of mind. I'm not in the same mindset as Stern and Brithish apologists. When they say, "It will be too late," I reply, "Too late for what?". It's too late to stop ocean acidification and a more mercillous killer oceans. It's too late to stop ocean acidification and adding ocean heat, Arctic Sea ice melt, and more. The global ocean's latent heat must release heat for hundreds, even thousands of years when we do stop adding greehnouse gases to the atmosphere. Yes, it's too late now for the loss of species populations in the wild.
What value do speices populations in the wild have?
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