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# Organizations, People and their Publications

Created some stubs: Eaarth, 350 and Bill McKibben.

I'd like to concentrate on discussing the contents of the book Eaarth, as far as it relates to science one way or another, not the author or the organization...but I think it is useful to mention those on the Azimuth project nevertheless...

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Excellent, Tim - please start adding information about the book Eaarth, or for that matter Whole Earth Discipline!

I haven't read the first one, I'm embarrassed to say. But now I can just read the summary on Azimuth.

Comment Source:Excellent, Tim - please start adding information about the book _Eaarth_, or for that matter _Whole Earth Discipline_! I haven't read the first one, I'm embarrassed to say. But now I can just read the summary on Azimuth. <img src = "http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/emoticons/tongue2.gif" alt = ""/>
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edited October 2010

...'d love to...will have more time next week...

I haven't read the first one (Eaarth).

Oh? That comes as a surprise, what Bill McKibben writes in this book seems to be isomorphic to your statements about your motivation and intentions concerning Azimuth...

Comment Source:<blockquote> <p> please start adding information about the book Eaarth, or for that matter Whole Earth Discipline! </p> </blockquote> ...'d love to...will have more time next week... <blockquote> <p> I haven't read the first one (Eaarth). </p> </blockquote> Oh? That comes as a surprise, what Bill McKibben writes in this book seems to be isomorphic to your statements about your motivation and intentions concerning Azimuth...
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edited October 2010

Yeah, I know I should read it - I've read a bunch about it. Our motivations may be isomorphic, but not exactly our intentions: as I said elsewhere on this forum, he's trying to launch a worldwide grassroots movement, while I'm trying to mobilize scientists and engineers.

I'd like to interview him, but I imagine he's too busy.

Comment Source:Yeah, I know I should read it - I've read a bunch _about_ it. Our motivations may be isomorphic, but not exactly our intentions: as I said elsewhere on this forum, he's trying to launch a worldwide grassroots movement, while I'm trying to mobilize scientists and engineers. I'd like to interview him, but I imagine he's too busy.