A new book / community to check out

This new book crossed my desk today. I have not yet read it, but the background information and the contents merit a read – on my list. https://www.allwecansave.earth/ Clipped from the website, quote: There is a renaissance blooming in the … Read More

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Good news – Bowhead whales in US waters

Grist published a quick update on NOAA’s recent report, and called out a nugget of good news wrt Bowhead whale numbers. They also acknowledged that this conservation effort was mostly a result of stewardship from the indigenous people’s organization Alaska … Read More

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WAPO’s Cybersecurity “Network” – WOW

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/politics/powerpost/thenetwork/ This is an incredibly smart group of people and from across a wide range of backgrounds and disciplines. Some I’ve worked with, and some I’ve heard of … What do they produce? A survey on the efficacy and failures … Read More

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3 years of backyard hummingbirds

So many good pics and such amazing animals. I literally watch them almost every day at the feeder on our deck. I refill it almost every week (it seems hummingbirds do not like stale food – the older it gets, … Read More

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What countries trust science and data?

Seldom do I contradict the wonderful people at Statista, but their choice of words here is not good – belief should not be combined with scientific fact. Source: https://www.statista.com/chart/15716/global-climate-change-beliefs/

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This is MY FOOD!

If you look closely on the left side of the pic, you can see the flapping wings of the visitor. The hummingbird at the feeder immediately flamed out his neck … voila!

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