Cassandra has moved. Ugo Bardi publishes now on a new site called "The Seneca Effect."

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Wonderful World

Take two minutes of relax to look at this clip: too beautiful to miss (h/t Tenney Naumer).


  1. I recently watched David Attenborough's interview by Jim Al Khalili. Attenborough is an extraordinary storyteller. He also recognizes the central role that human population growth plays in the destruction of ecosystems. He's 85 years old now and still as sharp as ever. He's an inspiration for us all.

  2. Loved it. Loved it.

  3. Ugo,

    luckily, we can relax, James Lovelock was "too alarmist about climate change" by his own words. But it seems he repeats the old rebutted argument thta "global warming has stopped".... well, times are changing...:

    'Gaia' scientist James Lovelock: I was 'alarmist' about climate change

    Why is climate change difficult even for inteligent people?


    1. Well, the case of Lovelock shows that, if it is very difficult to be a good scientist; it is even more difficult to be an old good scientist. Too bad, indeed...



Ugo Bardi is a member of the Club of Rome, faculty member of the University of Florence, and the author of "Extracted" (Chelsea Green 2014), "The Seneca Effect" (Springer 2017), and Before the Collapse (Springer 2019)