Tag Archives: Environment

2014: Societal Collapse

“How real is the possibility of a societal collapse?” We conducted a series of experiments with the HANDY model, considering first an egalitarian society without Elites (xE = 0), next an equitable society (κ = 1) where Non-Workers and Workers … Continue reading

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1850: The Last Hoopoe Starling

FREGILUPUS VARIA As long ago as 1674 a note about the “Huppe” exists, by “Le Sieur D.B.,” i.e., Dubois. He says, when describing the birds of Réunion (translated): “Hoopoes or ‘Callendres,’ having a white tuft on the head, the rest … Continue reading

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2140: The Market is a Failure

“Hang with me. Follow what I’m saying. We live in a world where people pretend money can buy you anything, so money becomes the point, so we all work for money. Money is thought of as value.” “Okay, I get … Continue reading

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2016: Land Operation

Estelle Chrétien: Opération terrestre (2016) (source)

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2393: A View from the Future

Once the financial capital of the world,  New  York  began  in  the  early  twenty-first  century  to  attempt  to  defend  its  elaborate and expensive infrastructure against the sea. But that infrastructure had been designed and built with an expectation of constant … Continue reading

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