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The End of Oysters?

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On October 1, 2014
This is depressing news for we oyster lovers. In short, climate change is creating ocean acidification which will decimate oyster beds. What’s more, we know it is already happening but the carbon currently affecting oyster beds today was spewed fifty years ago, meaning that what is happening today won’t be fully felt for another 50 […]
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Sea Monsters

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On December 20, 2013
I’ve always found the old maps with imagined sea monsters in unexplored places particularly fascinating. Marina Warner has a long essay in the New York Review of Books about them. The ocean is so interesting because it’s so close yet so impossible to explore, especially before advancements in technology during the 20th century allowed for […]

On Our New Overlords

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On October 2, 2013
In our continuing chronicle of jellyfish taking over the planet and replacing humans as the dominant species, we have jellyfish attacking Sweden and shutting down a nuclear reactor. The Soviets couldn’t stop western Europe’s nuclear regime, but what are the Soviets compared to jellyfish? Nothing. Meanwhile, the South Koreans are trying to fight the jellyfish. […]

Environmental Linkage

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On September 26, 2013

1. More on climate change destroying the ocean ecosystem and the rise of jellyfish as our new overlords. 2. Support for fracking declines in the United States. This is useful given our embrace of the

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