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October 11, 2020

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Peter Kalmus: The Question of Progress

We’ve replaced what we thought of as superstition with a new superstition, which is the myth of progress.

– Peter Kalmus –

Peter Kalmus: The Question of Progress

“In every house, there were blue flickering lights going in synchrony because everyone was watching the same TV show. It was a quiet night and I was alone, just walking with the sound of the freeway and the blue flickering lights. And what had seemed normal to me my whole life suddenly seemed strange.” This 2015 interview with a young climate scientist at Caltech feels more timely than ever now. { read more }

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