The Quiet, Extinct Australians #SS4C
Trudeau being an offensive idiot Show more
@pelagikat totally agree.
Pretty big crowds at the School Strike for Climate in Sydney. I’m not good at estimating crowds but I must have been at least 70,000 people, and probably quite a lot more than that. #SS4C
@pelagikat that’s a great descriptor. I’m involved with some climate science stuff very peripherally and there does seem to be a slightly odd fascination with more precise models, when what we have tells us more than enough already.
Australian health and medical authorities speak out on vaping risks https://croakey.org/australian-health-and-medical-authorities-speak-out-on-vaping-risks/
Cynicism Show more
Open letters hey. Safe-lists in the world of performative moral hygiene.
Cryptic Australian bot reference Show more
Stealing a bough
ClimateStrike hot take Show more
@shlee Also regulators and polluters exploit that narrative for their own ends, and have done so many time before. This is a great podcast ep on a related issue:
Fascinating paper suggesting that by babbling, infants may be shaping their language-learning environment https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-child-language/article/ecology-of-prelinguistic-vocal-learning-parents-simplify-the-structure-of-their-speech-in-response-to-babbling/FA82E5857B22DDD5480E864E980029ED/core-reader
Primary health care, inequalities, and the climate emergency. He/him.
Scratch my pessimistic coating to reveal my optimistic core.
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