Tag Archives: human extinction

The Norwegian Blue Society (‘pulchritudine vestiuntur’)

This is a proposal. For most of the last six years I’ve been writing about a variety of causes and issues. Most are political and most of these are climate related. There are now a multitude of Facebook pages on the topic of climate change as it relates to human extinction. The oft-mentioned Dr. Guy […]

Do-It-Yourself Symbolism

After many months of dirking around, I decided I should do this. Several years ago I blogged about a symbol of near term human extinction. The enviro movement has been trapped by logos and memes that were ‘donor-friendly’–pictures of wolf cubs or frolicking polar bears or even the occasional whale. It was around this time […]

MIA (missing in action)

My volume of blogging has fallen off a cliff in the last two months. A couple of reasons  Several reasons for this– First, I’ve become enamored of the Quora website, where I serve up saucy, special commentary on dumb questions posed by users. It’s easier than coming up with original content here, and (frankly) it’s seen […]

New numbers from Sam Carana

I’ve become enamored (if this is the right word) with charts of late. Charts and graphs of our current plight are easier to absorb than pictures like the above (especially when embellished with the word of an angry scientist). Graphs and charts have a nice neutrality to them–it’s easy to wish for them to represent […]

On WBCR–Climate change and extinction discussion with Guy McPherson *(updated)

Reminder, and Shameless self promotion here. I do a radio show out of Brooklyn called Sex and Politics. We broadcast/webcast starting at 8 PM on Friday nights and also webcast simultaneously. On June 20, I spoke to Guy McPherson, professor emeritus in Natural Resources and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, who has written a book GOING DARK, […]