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Return of the 32K year old flower

This is 2 years old but, well, really fucking good: Living plants have been generated from the fruit of a little arctic flower, the narrow-leafed campion, that died 32,000 years ago, a team of Russian scientists reports. The fruit was … Continue reading

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What is ecology? And why should we care?

I watched this video, showing rather-raw footage of many so-called “trouble spots” around the world, and was struck by how incomplete our notion of ecology often is. Poaching. Illegal oil fields. Guerilla warfare. People forgotten and cast away. The shock … Continue reading

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Some of What You Ever Wanted to Know about Lacan and Neopaganism

So, Lacan. I’m going to be talking about a lot of Lacan via Zizek so you’re going to have to accept him as an interpellator (interloper?) of sorts. But at least he’s a fun one. (And keep in mind I’m … Continue reading

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