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Are We Doomed?

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Scary article over on the Intelligencer website, Jared Diamond: There’s a 49 Percent Chance the World As We Know It Will End by 2050, by David Wallace-Wells. In it, Wallace-Wells interviews Diamond, who is remembered as the award winning author of such books as Guns, Germs, and Steel, and Collapse. Most recent, Diamond has become…

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End Of The World?

Vice says that a new study suggests that the end of the world is coming, and quick — by no later than 2050 — unless we get serious about stopping global warming. In New Report Suggests ‘High Likelihood of Human Civilization Coming to an End’ Starting in 2050, Nafeez Ahmed notes that a report published…

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Climate Strike: March 15

Kids are going out on strike to save the planet. The least we can do is call the biggest bank in each country and crash their phones and disrupt business to convince banks to cut off funding for giant coal and oil polluters. Virtual News2 with host and commentator, Marc Keyser Greta Thunberg is leading…

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Troglodytes 3: Here In New Mexico

We have been reporting recently on a couple of things. First, an idea newly minted in the United Kingdom that disused coal mines could be turned into underground farms—an idea we didn’t think could be applied here in the USA, until we recalled the Trump has no interest in dealing with global warming. In future,…

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Notes From A Drying, And Dying, Land

Readers may know that LR Net’s home office, such as it is, is in the great state of New Mexico. You may also know that New Mexico is an arid place. Technically, we live in a high mountain desert, which can be both cold and dry. These features give the state a strange but genuine…

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Troglodytes – Part II

A short while ago, we wrote about an interesting proposal to turn the U.K.’s coal mines into underground farms (see “Progressive Troglodytes“). We thought it was an interesting idea– for, that is, a country like the United Kingdom which has limited land area and needs to import more of its food than it is entirely…

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