Thursday, September 6, 2007


National Geographic was on with Naked Science and story of global warming...the increasing hurricanes the scariest part.

But the big thing, which no ones mentioning, is that the Gulf Stream may shoot straight up past Greenland and defreeze the North Pole, and throw Europe into a deep freeze...I've head the remarkable notion that during an Ice Age there is no ice at the North Pole because of this.

But I dont know, just a casual thought...

Then a show about Claus Fuchs, the atom spy.

There's a disconnect all through are culture between what we do and the consequences. I've been thinking on how celebraties really dont know their audience, somewhat like I really dont know all the tourists hearabouts. It's kinda depressing to see so many people and not know them, and the ones I do become acquainted with are gone in a moment. Co workers too....that's the worst. This time of year is full of goodbyes.

If the Atom scientists had lived awhile in Nagasaki and Hiroshima, had family there, and friends, and pets, and memories, would they have been so industrious to make the bomb? And why in the world did they give the things nicknames??

It's mad.
Tree in the Door
September 6, 2007

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