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Like half the planet, I love Angry Birds. Apart from the intricate challenges of figuring out trajectories and new strategies, the game taps into a brutal and primal delight in the fierce battle for survival.
Sometimes I feel like I’m living in a bubble. Actually, we all live in our own custom-made bubbles that are shaped by our life experience and our education. The world in my bubble is different from the world in your … Continue reading
I’ve been haunted for years by that question, posed by Andy Revkin in the title of a 2007 NY Times Blog Post. One wonders sometimes. In the face of a well-funded disinformation campaign, ideologically-driven denial, the scope of the … Continue reading
Every time I write for my blog, Simple Climate, I fight a contradiction in terms. Climate science is far from simple. I’m no expert but, as a science journalist, I try to explain the latest climate research to the broadest … Continue reading