Monthly Archives: September 2016

Hold onto your hat and reach for your wallet

The paleoclimate record shouts to us that, far from being self-stabilizing, the Earth’s climate system is an ornery beast which overreacts even to small nudges.    ― Wallace Smith Broecker (b. 1931), Newberry Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, … Continue reading

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Greek Oracle

Greek Oracle The Greeks, did they see it in the stars? Feel it in the tremblers within the earth? Read it in dark omens of the gods? These Hellenes, after conquering and ruling all the world that mattered for a … Continue reading

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IVORY AND GOLD A Safari into the Sandhills and across the Athi Plain by Jerry Johnson An African adventure like no other. At the start of the 20th century the British East Africa Protectorate is a beautiful but savage country. … Continue reading

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