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Since I quit Google+ I've been trying to post more on Azimuth. It's had a good effect so far: a lot of smart people have reappeared, and are posting serious comments.
Here are the next scheduled posts. You can't actually see them until the dates listed.
Information geometry (part 15), 11 January 2016. Reviving a dormant series, I explain some of Blake Pollard's new paper Open Markov processes: A compositional perspective on non-equilibrium steady states in biology. Short version: they don't obey the principle of minimum entropy production; they obey another minimum principle!
Information geometry (part 16), 14 January 2016. Some more about Blake Pollard's new work and how it's related to Schnakenberg's work on entropy production.
Salar de Uyuni, 22 January 2016. This is about an interesting ecosystem in Bolivia. Mainly just for fun.
I would also like to post a followup to my article about the IEA underestimating renewables. They came out with a new report in August 2015, discussed here:
If any of you would like to take a look at their new report and tell me something interesting about it, that would be great!