Tag Archives: Gaia

Lovelock’s climate punt : part 1

{Updated: 05.07.12} I’m reasonably sure at least some subscribers to this web site and blog are wondering about my opinion about James Lovelock’s ‘flip’ in his ┬áposition about abrupt climate change as represented in his recent interview with MSNBC. Well, … Continue reading

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New essays, online courses & a course at Bates College

Here is an overdue update about: three new essays about life and climate change a set of online courses about basic system principles a short course on climate change at Bates College (Lewiston, ME) New essays In the last few … Continue reading

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Understanding Climate Change : First Things First

Summary : To accurately comprehend climate change, one must first understand some basic principles of systems sciences and geophysiology, because climate does not fully yield its dynamics to analysis by contemporary mechanistic, reductionist sciences. My trio of public lectures – … Continue reading

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Ramping Up : Posts & Presentations about Gaia & Climate

First published on 2/14, Valentine’s day, I originally titled this post “Gaia, will you be my valentine?” Later, I learned that V-day has joined the realm of “controversial holiday names” <sigh>. And, admittedly, the title seemed a little gimmicky and … Continue reading

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