This article lays out some of the legal challenges and promises of the Juliana v. United States case. It’s worth reading, I believe, and it gives me simultaneously nervous and hopeful feelings.
Category: The Natural World
Crowley Lake Columns – Mono County, California – Atlas Obscura
Physicists can predict the jumps of Schrödinger’s cat (and finally save it) | YaleNews
It appears that astrology might be real…
June Gloom Begins On An… Up Note?
May’s weather was too dramatic for its usual SoCal sobriquet “May Gray”. There were too many uncharacteristically sunny sunrises and rain when we. Just. Don’t. Get. Rain. In. May.
June, though it’s a bit early to make a confident prediction, appears to be on-track for its sobriquet: June Gloom.
(I never thought I’d use “sobriquet” – correctly! – in a blog post and to do it twice! Well, I must say I’m feeling pretty fancy!)
“What Was It Like When Oxygen Appeared And Almost Murdered All Life On Earth?” | Forbes
The time scale in this is mind boggling!
A Fascinating Explanation of the Black Hole Images This Week
Veritasium explains “How to Understand the Image of a Black Hole”.