CHARLIE MARTIN ON STEPHEN HAWKING AND THE LATITUDE TEMPLE OF DOOMS: “That, I think, is the biggest problem with this, and most other science reporting. Follow science reporting in the legacy media, and you’re continuously seeing stories about a famous scientist predicting impending doom, or a study that shows something we’re eating or drinking will kill us all. They know that impending doom will sell papers, so impending doom is what we get.”
ICAC & Australian Water Holdings: how Kerry Schott kept her cool. When the then-CEO of Sydney Water found herself up against well-connected private lobbying, it was the public interest that prevailed. Here she tells her story.
The Guardian, Illustrates what can happen when you don’t read terms and conditions
Scientists Build DNA From Scratch, Create New Bacteria Inquisitir
Utilities Knew: Documenting Electric Utilities’ Early Knowledge and Ongoing Deception on Climate Change From 1968-2017 (PDF) Energy and Policy Institute
Out of my dreams:
You can virtually smell the old books in these photos of Europe's most architecturally significant libraries. They were snapped by Thibaud Poirier, who gained access to the continent's best book rooms while they were closed to the public. A bibliophile's dream.