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WW2 again, panarchy and the Tongass National Forest

In a recent(ish) post called the Death of Cod I mused on the changes wrought by World War Two. Does anyone know of a single book that summarises the technological shifts from ’39 to ’45 (jet engines, mass production, atomic … Continue reading

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“Oh bee-hive!” or “We ain’t never gonna survive…”

unless we get a little crazy. I don’t like being got along to events on false pretenses. They should do what they say on the bally tin. And the “Hive Minds Symposium” on “Future-proofing Manchester” most definitely did NOT. It … Continue reading

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