Saturday, October 20, 2012

Science Is Hard

So, like, why don't we just make it up?

Of course, UEA have never produced anything but fiction anyway.


JuliaM said...

As always, the left goes for the younger generation:

"A number of childrens' books are on-topic, too. In Saci Lloyd's The Carbon Diaries 2015 (2008), for example, the UK has become the first nation to introduce carbon dioxide rationing. But the kids are alright, really: many are getting climate change much better than the grown-ups do (and, naturally, they're much more worried about it)."

They'll change their tune when their iPads and mobile phones can't be charged.

Mr Grumpy said...

Just love that "probably". I see the guy writes haiku as well as novels. Climate change in 17 syllables... there's a thought for the Twitter generation.