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- More Brexiter lies: No – the Revoke Art. 50 petition is NOT being faked by Russian bots or fraudsters
- These are not the little things: unsanitary conditions on mental health wards
- Goodbye and Good Riddance ya melts
- Out and About in Polyamory
- From the Absurd to the Sublime
- Age Doesn’t Quell The Stirred Heart
- Halal? Is it me you’re cooking for?
- Why Greens in particular should call out and denounce Anthroposophical organisations.
- Working around illness when you’re self-employed.
- The Political Will to Face Environmental Affairs
- All Grooming Gangs
- Forged in the fire of protest: A Prime Minister for the many
- The Guardian censor Ken Loach’s letter
- An Open Letter To Iain McNicol
- VOTE REMAIN
Tag Archives: peace
What an Occupation Looks Like
Posted on November 25, 2011 by Nick Nakorn
So while I support the occupations against the greed of the city and the cuts here in the UK, it’s important to know what it is one is hoping to change or achieve and the likely costs to peace, life and limb. Be careful what you wish for. I wish for reform – revolution is nearly always too high a price to pay for everyone.
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What are the Limits to Growth?
Posted on September 22, 2010 by Nick Nakorn
I think scientists need to speak out. Over the past 30 years, our politicians have almost grasped the idea that the resources we humans have at our disposal fall into two distinct categories, renewable and non-renewable; both categories provide limited inputs to our activities. Politicians have also almost realised that our outputs, including those that contribute to climate change and loss of habitats, must be limited to rates that enable our planetary systems to function and remain reasonably stable. Yet, inspite of their improved grasp of how and why human activities are governed by the laws of nature, most politicians seems to think that we should ignore entropic thermodynamics and simply go for growth as if such limits did not exist.
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