“This sprawling epic is as lively as a natural history museum diorama.” (Stephanie Zacharek, review of “10,000 BC”)
Perceiving means to become conscious of, to realize, to understand, to grasp. Natural history museums strive to enable the public to perceive, commonly in re-creations of past worlds. Who hasn’t gazed over a diorama of the Carboniferous Period, for example, Continue reading
This will not be a very scientific post, but it is also not a rant. I am trying to understand something: why is there so little large scale planning and discussion about the inevitable and grave consequences of climate change?
There is a surprising amount of Continue reading
P. Falkowski et al. 2000. Science, vol. 290, pp. 291-296.
Motivated by the rapid increase in atmospheric CO2 due to human activities since the Industrial Revolution, several international scientiﬁc research programs have analyzed the role of Continue reading