As A Large Complex System Destabilizes…

...extreme events become more common. And that's exactly what we're seeing in the weather, and more every year. Assuming the world manages to turn our mass CO2 pollution around and stop anthropogenic climate change, I'm going to guess as an interested climate layperson that we're looking at decades for current temperature and weather trends to... Continue Reading →

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Dear Trumpite Politicians: Yesterday Is Not Tomorrow

Follow the Leaders: one piece in a series by artist Isaac Cordal. You may have seen the piece of art above already. It has been bouncing around the internet for some years now, often billed as "politicians debating sea level rise" or "...climate change." Well, it kind of isn't, and it kind of is, and... Continue Reading →

Reach For The Stars

(Short-short story short-shorter: birds not leaving the nest die there.) Reach For The Stars Skyscrapers, rockets drowned in withering leaves: their masters, in the end, too timid.

The End Of Climate Change — 100 Word Story

The atmosphere's warming trend slowed suddenly, tapering to a halt in only twenty years. Ocean temperatures shifted their immense inertia to follow suit. The icecaps began to regain weight. The composition of the upper atmosphere changed subtly, and excess carbon precipitated in tiny flecks, staining rains faint gray. Climate change deniers crowed victoriously. Look how our... Continue Reading →

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