Tag Archives: Extinction

Realism and Inevitability

By David L. Brown Those who have followed this website over the past five-plus years know that a major theme of my ranting and posturing has been in relation to the very real dangers of economic, environmental, social and technological … Continue reading

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Good News for Polar Bears (Or Maybe Not)

By David L. Brown Hooray! According to Reuters, polar bear researchers have determined that the iconic bears may not be doomed after all. Here’s the lead from the article, which you can read here: (Reuters) – All is not lost … Continue reading

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Sushi — Or Not Sushi? That Is the Question

By David L. Brown How can we tell when a species is endangered? One clue is when people are willing to pay an arm and a leg to eat the unfortunate few remaining members. Recently a 511 lb. northern bluefin … Continue reading

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