Monthly Archives: May 2012

Vacation Notice

I’m on a short vacation, so there will be no new post today.  Please do come back next Monday, when I promise to continue our discussion.

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Climate Change: How Do We Democratize the Process?

Before I start this post, I’d like to thank all the people who have commented on my previous entries. I started blogging in order to join the climate change conversation, and I feel like I’ve landed smack in the middle … Continue reading

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“Why Am I ‘Dragging’ the Holocaust into the Climate Change Debate?”

I had originally planned to make my next post a continuation of the last one, and call it “Proof, Part 2.”  However, my last blog post stirred up a lot of debate and reaction, including recognition from New York Times … Continue reading

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Proof: Part 1

The figure above is the first exhibit in a new memorial to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp where I spent two years between 1943 and 1945 (see my previous blog for relevance). It shows the superimposition of two aerial photographs, showing … Continue reading

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