ing in ever greater detail the catastrophe we face, if we are not willing to do anything about it?” Indeed. As a non-scientist, I would urge everyone who IS a scientist, of whatever branch of science, to focus your trained mind on the question that follows from the previous one. Scientists’ communications methods have been unsuccessful in effecting the changes that your research shows the need for – why not try collective direct action?
tipping point: 1. (mathematics, catastrophe theory) The point at which a slow, reversible change becomes irreversible, often with dramatic consequences. 2. (sociology) A point in time when a group rapidly and dramatically changes its behavior by widely adopting … Read more