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The surprising links between faith and evolution and climate denial — charted


Chris Mooney in the Washington Post:

ScreenHunter_1196 May. 21 22.40For a long time, we’ve been having a pretty confused discussion about the relationship between religious beliefs and the rejection of science — and especially its two most prominent U.S. incarnations, evolution denial and climate change denial.


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The Anthropocene - with Jan Zalasiewicz and Christian Schwägerl


the british and their weather


Eb8053f4-fef2-11e4_1150876hRichard Hamblyn at The Times Literary Supplement:

“When two Englishmen meet”, wrote Samuel Johnson in 1758, “their first talk is of the weather; they are in haste to tell each other, what each must already know, that it is hot or cold, bright or cloudy, windy or calm.” It remains an...

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walter russell and The Secret of Light

Walter-russell22Dan Piepenbring at The Paris Review:

Walter Russell (May 19, 1871–May 19, 1963) was the progenitor of a “new world-thought” centered on light; in books such as The Electrifying Power of Man-Woman BalanceThe Book of Early Whisperings, and The Dawn of a New Day in Human Relations, he...

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On James Wood’s ‘The Nearest Thing to Life’

161168742X.01.MZZZZZZZJonathan Russell Clark at The Millions:

This book, which manages to be even slimmer than How Fiction Works, also manages to be even better. The Nearest Thing to Life is as close as we’ll ever get to a manifesto from the British-born New Yorker critic. Contained in the book’s 134 pages...

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