Twitter cuts (#110)

This could only have been controversial in an environment completely devoured by ideology.

8 thoughts on “Twitter cuts (#110)

  1. sure the green parts are greener but was meeting with some folks working with satellites/gps mapping on soil-degradation/desertification/drought and dislocation of population and things are pretty grim, check out the numbers in China alone.

  2. twitcut 111?
    Leonard Lopate Show ‏@LeonardLopate 3h3 hours ago
    The fantasy and illusion of apolitical money- gold, silver, bitcoin- is mistaken and toxic, says @yanisvaroufakis
    i kid…

  3. “The lead author, Prof Ranga Myneni from Boston University, told BBC News the extra tree growth would not compensate for global warming, rising sea levels, melting glaciers, ocean acidification, the loss of Arctic sea ice, and the prediction of more severe tropical storms.”

    There seems to be a conflict in the sources interpretations of the data.

    • Anyone who suggests this isn’t complicated is an obvious fool (which is basically the sole point I’m taking away from this).

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