[ExI] Global Warming Skeptics as Interview Subjects?
natasha at natasha.cc
Mon Oct 1 14:57:32 UTC 2007
At 11:16 PM 9/30/2007, JC wrote:
>In his discussion on the "Proactionary Principle" at the TransVision 2007
>conference, Max More alluded to his acceptance of Global Warming, based on
>his own reading of the evidence. I would like to hear more about his
>thoughts, or read any papers he's written on this subject, since he has
>represented the Libertarian side of the Transhumanist movement for many
You are mixing politics with science and philosophy. And this is
quite a narrow-minded statement because Max represented much more
than a "Libertarians side of Transhumumanist movement". (I can see
the WTA has gotten to you.)
Max has represented all sides of transhumanist but the religious and
>If I'm mistaken about his remarks or the portrayal, then I apologize
>Can this be arranged Natasha?
You can call him yourself James. In fact, you were supposed call him
some weeks ago.
PhD Candidate, Planetary Collegium -University of Plymouth - Faculty
School of Computing, Communications and Electronics, Centre for
Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts
If you draw a circle in the sand and study only what's inside the
circle, then that is a closed-system perspective. If you study what
is inside the circle and everything outside the circle, then that is
an open system perspective. - Buckminster Fuller
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