Unnoticed in Clever Worlds

The clearest description I have managed so far about my blog is that it is not about cats. In general, I find predators pretty predictable while prey on the other-hand, because they live in universes of anxiety, develop more textured personalities. I also have as a writer a deft hand when it comes to making matters worse, so of course , the already panicky are ready made for me. I will try to grow this blog into an assortment of laughs, because that is what my life has mostly taught me to do. I will use the famous people I have known to get your attention and then tell you small but many times wonderful things about them. I will never name the ones I say ugly things about but I hope you will guess who they are.

We are in a very different pickle

I am fretting about the compliant destruction of our civilization as a means to combat this disease.
Our nobility depends on how we are willing to adapt in order to save a portion of us. How can we make this decision? Who will make it, knowing full well they are condemning themselves for making it all?



I grew up in the fifties, shitless with fear over the expected descent of the next Ice Age.
I plowed out my bumpy fields of uneasiness with recreational drug use in the sixties, the pursuit of fun and money in the seventies and eighties, and then children in the nineties till now. My glacial adversary, however, bided its time and has reemerged as global warming.
Ice Ages, plural because there are many of them in Earth’s history, seem to have their very own periods of warming during them, known as interglacial periods. We are inside this little pocket of warmth right now.
According to Bill Bryson, “Even less well understood are the cycles of warm weather within ice ages, known as interglacial periods. It is unnerving to think that all of recorded human history, from the development of farming, the creation of towns, the rise of mathematics, writing, science, and all the rest, has taken place within the current interglacial period of mild weather conditions. Previous interglacial periods have lasted as little as 8,000 years. Our present interglacial period has already passed 10,000 years. ”
I knew it!


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