According to Reddit, people in Philadelphia are getting this flyer put in their mailboxes all over town
"One of our most challenging organizational problems is how to balance the financial needs of information channels and the integrity of the information and relationships the channels represent."
Pretty incredible shift - maybe we can do this?
We’re hiring a research developer to work with @firstname.lastname@example.org. Details here: https://www.rhg.com/job/climate-impact-research-developer/
But the American people can't win a battle they don't know they're fighting against an enemy they don't understand exists.
That's why these two strategic messages—victory is winning huge comprehensive policy gains & the fight is against human nature—are repeated so often.
And the fundamental victory here is not cutting emissions, it's defeating the Carbon Lobby.
In America, comprehensive climate policy will come as a follow-on effect of winning that political fight, not as the means to winning it. This is especially true at the Federal level
I got the mini GPT-2 model set up, and this was its very first prompt response, so.
Recent research in entrepreneurship has been disproving a lot of myths about founders. For example, can you guess the average age of founders of hypergrowth startup companies?
It’s 45. Also, average age for receiving VC is 42. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3158929
The mirrorworld is coming. Big scans, indoors & out, watch the real-time mini-map emerge. #arcloud @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
"By scaling the clean energy industries, Germany lowered the price of solar and wind for everyone, worldwide, forever."
All of them. Was listening to a good @TheEnergyGang@twitter.com episode on Green New Deal, and @JigarShahDC@twitter.com is right: @AOC@twitter.com is the de facto leader of the Democratic party right now by the one metric that really matters, driving the agenda and conversation. https://twitter.com/bradplumer/status/1096158957696110594
My take on the Amazon HQ2 fiasco https://continuations.com/post/182823463265/no-matter-whether-you-think-amazon-hq2-in-new-york
Seal? I haven't heard that name in years
One of the reasons Agency is late is that it's become a sequel to The Peripheral. https://twitter.com/jmaustin/status/1095547765470441472
8. Depending on one’s assumptions, the US has as much as $16-80 trillion in climate liabilities. No one can enforce this without force or US consent. Still, these numbers reveal a moral imperative to take a leading role https://twitter.com/gilbeaq/status/1094683454309048321
Some people know that there are many possible futures. And once you accept this possibility - well, then you want to play your part getting us onto the best timeline possible. If you're one of these people - wherever you are, whatever you do, however you view your talents - this is the place for you.