Life on the frontier has always had a romantic air. Where civilisation ends, and wilderness begins, then there is room for tales of people we can relate to; having adventures we can only dream of. Still, every frontier comes to an end, and every list of tales has a last one. So it was with […]
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I just got back from a week's vacation so this will be pretty short as the email box is quite full as so is the calendar. But it is worth it. Consider the alternative, which is what I tried this past summer - taking Friday afternoons off. What a failure. While it did avoid the overstuffed email box and calendar, what it really did was shorten the workweek, but not anyone's expectations of what I would/could/should accomplish.So no more of that approach. This week was different. Everyone knew I
The People’s Climate March that trumpeted its way through the streets of Manhattan yesterday was led by communities on the front lines of climate change—and Indigenous Peoples were at the forefront of this group. The tropical forests where they live are not only getting hammered by changing weather patterns, drug traffickers, invasive pests, and massive…
"Est-ce que vous me prêtez deux neurones d'intelligence?" C'est LA phrase à retenir, sur la plan neuroscientifique, de l'interview de Nicolas Sarkozy hier soir sur France 2. C'est même tellement beau qu'on se la réécoute encore une fois. Voir la vidéo Eh oui, deux neurones, deux neurones d'intelligence. On ne va pas loin avec cela. Ce qui est étonnant dans la phrase de Sarkozy, c'est cette idée que l'intelligence se compte en neurones. Que […]