Okay, I couldn't resist this little analogy. Because it's about killing spiders.
Is there (environmentally) hope or not?
Answer: sort of.
I was intrigued that they used the "environmental debt" analogy that previously I've only heard myself use.
"What we've been doing now is running down the account, if you will," said Oregon State University zoology professor Jane Lubchenco, president of the International Council for Science. "We've been utilizing services assuming that they were free and would always be available."
More bleak hopes from a guy who sees "neocons" simply as power-hungry parasites.
The American experiment is much too complex to be destroyed by the neocons. In the end, the neocons will lose. It may take ten to twelve more years, and the costs will be horrific, but America will survive. There will be one hell of a mess to clean up, though, after the fall of the neocons.
If I wore perfume, I would totally support the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab.
Seymour Hersh speech. For Paul.
What? You mean I might be able to get rid of my cat allergies? That is SOooo Cooool...