How the Rainbow Colour Map Misleads

Scientist Charlotte Robinson sends this article on how the rainbow colour map misleads and how you only see colour maps you can name. At an exhibition of art inspired by objects in a natural science museum, I note what is … Continue reading

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Coral on the edge

Associate Professor David Suggett explains.

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New Glasses From Ocean Litter

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Response to climate change: Go country

Cities are getting crowded and polluted. People are heading for country. This road trip from Sydney to Shepherd’s Ground is set to Fishy Song by Robbie Long.

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Epigenetic rules of the human condition

In order to grasp the human condition, both the genes and culture must be understood, not separately in the manner of science and the humanities, but together, in recognition of the realities of human evolution. Wilson. 1999. p.177 Epigenetics is … Continue reading

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Walk through Living Data

Walk through Living Data for Sydney Science Festival. Details forthcoming.

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Concilient reading

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Global Climate Change Week

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Living Data is contributing an event to Global Climate Change Week 19th-25th October:

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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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