Links for 4/17/19

Big Religion May Have Gotten Too Much Credit for the Evolution of Modern Society

 


 

Snow-powered nanogenerator works where solar panels don’t


 

Brad’s Page of Steel


 

www.revoltmotorbikes.com


 

Norway’s Kon-Tiki museum to return thousands of Easter Island artefacts


 

Mai Tais Are Better Than You Think


 

Video of a cute bubble car from 1942

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Cocktail of the week: the media luna


 

Join LGC Singapore’s monthly gatherings!


 

Listening to Nature: How Sound Can Help Us Understand Environmental Change


 

Climate Change As A Matter Of International Security


 

Reverb 10,000: The Tiki Men Story

Links for 4/2/19

Scientists think they’ve solved one mystery of Easter Island’s statues


 

The boy on a raft in Manila Bay – in pictures


 

Retro classic: Wild and Wolf 746 telephone


 

The “Tragedy of the Commons” was invented by a white supremacist based on a false history, and it’s toxic bullshit


 

Too black, too strong: who killed Sam Cooke?


 

Tasmania’s lakes among most contaminated in the world


 

WindPal is a practical solution for outdoor lovers to charge their devices. It’s a lightweight (less than 1 kg), portable wind turbine that generates power. And it can be assembled in less than one minute


 

The Warriors at 40: the enduring appeal of a New York classic


 

Get Paul well and prospering


 

Doomsday postponed? What to take from the big new Antarctica studies


 

Makaha Skateboard Team 1965


 

‘Worrying’ rise in global CO2 forecast for 2019


 

Doomsday clock stays at two minutes to midnight as crisis now ‘new abnormal’

Links for 3/30/19

Big gods came after the rise of civilisations, not before, finds study using huge historical database


 

Exploring Instrumental from the year 1963


 

In Memory of the Pan-Pacific Auditorium


 

Scott Walker : Scott Walker (1943-2019)


 

Trader Vic’s, a bastion of Tiki in Emeryville, started as a one-room beer parlor in Oakland


 

One Hula Of A Night: All The Best Tiki Bars In London


 

The New Speakeasy: Cocktails in a Stranger’s Kitchen


 

Seaweed Sippers


 

Cruising Down SoCal’s Boulevards: Streets as Spaces for Celebration and Cultural Resistance


 

The most dangerous climate feedback loop is speeding up


 

An ocean of evidence on warming is our cue to take action – now


 

Kelp In the Lineup? Here’s What You Need To Know

Links for 3/5/19

The Climate Change Lawsuit That Could Stop the U.S. Government From Supporting Fossil Fuels


 

The Killing Times: the massacres of Aboriginal people Australia must confront


 

‘We are fighting’: Brazil’s indigenous groups unite to protect their land


 

The Global Assault on Indigenous Peoples


 

Greenland’s ice is melting four times faster than thought—what it means


 

Three-Ingredient Summer Cocktails


 

Easter Island looks for help to save statues from ‘leprosy’


 

Marvin Rand’s Gorgeous Photos of California Modern


 

Extreme CO2 levels could trigger clouds ‘tipping point’ and 8C of global warming

Links for 3/3/19

Human Activity in China and India Dominates the Greening of Earth, NASA Study Shows


 

When Tech Leaves No Space for Humans


 

The study on collapse they thought you should not read – yet


 

Cocktail of the week: the whirling dervish


 

Westside Historic


 

Robert August: My First Board


 

The Planet Has Seen Sudden Warming Before. It Wiped Out Almost Everything.


 

In the Valley of Fear


 

‘We are in trouble.’ Global carbon emissions reached a record high in 2018.


 

Melting Arctic ice is now pouring 14,000 tons of water per second into the ocean, scientists find