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17th Aug 2018, 2:31 PM #1
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Wearing two at once would provide some eye protection, too.
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15th Aug 2018, 4:55 PM #2
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There's nothing scary in the grass. Nothing at all.
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14th Aug 2018, 8:44 PM #3
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"ugliest 90s windbreaker"
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14th Aug 2018, 8:40 PM #4
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Nooo don't take down pages, I say, my reader bias flapping in the wind. Also, Swamp's right.
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9th Aug 2018, 2:15 PM #5
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Assuming for a moment we shared any common language, SO MUCH INTERVIEWING. Especially Bohdan, since he'd be delighted to discourse at length about his ideas. I doubt anyone would shoot me if I was careful not to startle them.
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8th Aug 2018, 9:21 PM #6
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6th Aug 2018, 4:50 PM #7
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I think I might actually have some free time by then!
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2nd Aug 2018, 1:33 AM #8
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Yana bein' Yana and some doodles for upcoming pages.
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31st Jul 2018, 3:37 AM #9
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Fanart for a really great web original scifi/historical fiction/genre-buster. He's an extremely heavily modified cyborg who “runs” on a captured full-sized star stored in hyperspace in addition to (or instead of) his regular biological metabolism, which, it hit me, makes him a living one-man Dyson Shell.

This was drawn with pencil and sharpie on a post-it note and then flipped to negative, and the clothes are reffed from a 1200s Byzantine ikon, because the dude lived there for the whole thing. And no, he doesn’t actually glow (unless he wants to).
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31st Jul 2018, 2:13 AM #10
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I've only played a few times, but it's a lot of fun.
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28th Jul 2018, 6:03 PM #11
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@WJ: Excellent points. Yay for data!

I would say that, thread-wide, we should distinguish between "no easy, single answer" and "no answers, period." I mean, most things, let alone multifaceted global problems, lie somewhere between "One weird trick!!!1" and "Guess we should all find somewhere comfy to lie down and wait for the end of the world."
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27th Jul 2018, 1:14 PM #12
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No worries, it's just Cicero's ghost haunting the internet and the printing industry so he can read political blogs.

In other news, I have really got to stop resting my thumb on the like/dislike buttons. Sorry, Inky.
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27th Jul 2018, 12:27 PM #13
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And good for them! It's a shame Australia can't get ahold of more solar -- it seems like the frickin' IDEAL climate to scoop up some juicy power.
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26th Jul 2018, 9:41 PM #14
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Is being comfortable and having nice things always/necessarily tied to C02 emissions? (Alternate energy sources are big in France, Iceland, Denmark (thanks to surprise sanctions from Iran in the 70s, in WINTER, oops), Spain, Brazil (ethanol, but check me on this one), and rainy or sunny parts of the States.)
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26th Jul 2018, 9:04 PM #15
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CB_Young:So, basically, all we have to do to stop global warming is completely rework human nature?


I'm not sure I follow. Could you clarify?
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26th Jul 2018, 2:48 PM #16
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There's also times when you can aggregate induvidual efforts -- for example, I started a recycling program in my secondary school when I was a wee doodler, and I know someone who tweaked an industrial design (including a circuit on a design to cut off the lights when a device wasn't in use) that's probably saved millions of tons of carbon by now. Any scaling up of effort is good, I'd say.
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26th Jul 2018, 2:41 PM #17
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What Dodom said. Also, R&D can and has produced more enviormentally sensible tech -- they call it "bright green enviormentalism," I think.
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26th Jul 2018, 2:24 PM #18
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China and India also are industrializing fast (and at least in the case of China, have very little in the way of enviormental regs) and have a billion people each, and counting.
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26th Jul 2018, 2:08 PM #19
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I'd actually say none of those sugestions really reduce quality of life, but I'm also not convinced they're the most efficient ways to reduce carbon. (With the exception of number of kids -- that COULD reduce quality of life. People (unsurprisingly) tend to have strong personal feelings about reproducing or, well, not reproducing. On the other hand, the world population is predicted to plateau after another billion or so, iirc. ) For example, I'd bet the carbon output over a year for, say, the US, from treating alcohol poisoning could be beat by a coal-fired plant in a week.

Also, what about people who simply can't get to work without taking a car or bus?

This shows some breakdown, and overall it looks very slanted towards the large-scale and industrial. I would bet my year's earnings that most of that electricity slice isn't leaving the bathroom light on. (Even if I turn mine off and don't feel my quality of life suffers from that. :p )
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26th Jul 2018, 1:45 PM #20
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I think this exaggerates (sadly) how much influence private individuals have. What if your city has no (or extremely minimal) public transit? What about massive industrial setups that produce a ton of carbon, private or public sector? What about the developing world? I'm not saying that this isn't crazy important, but it seems like a more effective track for induviduals is to put pressure on people in positions of power, rather than entirely "me, all by my lonesome, is going to fix this."
(And before anyone cries foul, this is coming from a tightwad when it comes to buying clothes (I'm still vain, hah), a diehard recycler, and somebody who doesn't eat much meat.)
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