Use it up, wear it out

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Musician/composer Keith Johnson sends a link to his music and an invitation to have a conversation: https://soundcloud.com/keith-johnson/sets/the-loud-crack I imagine an animation I am working now set to Keith’s ‘Use it up, wear it out”. My animation combines Western and Eastern … Continue reading

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Circular economy

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[T]he circular approach is a framework that takes insights from living systems. It considers that our systems should work like organisms, processing nutrients that can be fed back into the cycle—whether biological or technical—hence the “closed loop” or “regenerative” terms … Continue reading

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Knowldge, obsession, daring

What chiefly characterises creative thinking from the more mundane forms are (i) willingness to accept vaguely defined problem statements and gradually structure them, (ii) continuing preoccpation with problems over a considerable period of time, and (iii) extensive background knowledge in … Continue reading

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Gateways to greater science acceptance

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Living Data contributes to the Interpretation Centre for the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (SIMS) in Chowder Bay, developed by scientist Dr Inke Falkner. The centre opens to the public soon, to inspire us all to understand, value and protect … Continue reading

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Colour and photosynthesis

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AnthropSlam

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Director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno. Director of the Center for Art + Environment at the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno. I respond to John Kelly’s suggestion, of “Myopia … Continue reading

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Anthroposcene Cabinet of Curiosities

The Australian Galleries Climarte exhibition: http://www.australiangalleries.com.au/exhibitions/14-currentexhibition/859-the-warming-ds15-2

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Lab-in-a-box

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Fiona McGill writes, The minimalist layout of the container’s interior, realised by a Tasmanian construction company that has built other container labs, allows scientists to wheel their instruments on and off the ship. Equipment fixed on mobile trolleys can be … Continue reading

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Spoken piece for Ockham’s Razor

Here’s the transcript from yesterday’s recording at the ABC Radio studio (Sydney), for airing on the science program, Ockham’s Razor, presented Robyn Williams. Research is following your nose (working title) Text for spoken piece for radio Writer: Dr Lisa Roberts, … Continue reading

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Paradigm shifts in earth sciences

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Yale University lecture published on You tube, Apr 5, 2012 The Atmosphere, the Ocean and Environmental Change (GG 140) The issue of global warming is discussed. Recent climate change over the last half of the 20th century is thought to … Continue reading

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