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RT @cs_kaplan@twitter.com

Sorry to be redundant, but here's a new version that cycles through *all eleven* Laves tilings. No biggie, just something I thought for nearly twenty years was impossible. *mic drop*

🐦🔗: twitter.com/cs_kaplan/status/1

RT @philiprosedale@twitter.com

Jobs in VR are going to a big part of our future... There are 4 Egyptologists leading sold out tours, and growing. We thought World War II was the right next thing to try... come apply for a job leading tours... twitter.com/highfidelityinc/st

🐦🔗: twitter.com/philiprosedale/sta

RT @wesmckinn@twitter.com

YouTube's ad-money-maximizing algorithms have been exploiting flaws in vulnerable human psychology to inadvertently polarize and promote conspiracy theories. I'm glad that Google is taking steps to do something about this

Please read this thread twitter.com/gchaslot/status/10

🐦🔗: twitter.com/wesmckinn/status/1

RT @stochastician@twitter.com

When I first wrote pywren I had no idea serverless research at Berkeley would grow into such a phenomenon! This paper represents tremendous work and thought by all of RISE on how serverless is the future of interacting with the cloud. I’m excited for what we’ll build next! twitter.com/ucbrise/status/109

🐦🔗: twitter.com/stochastician/stat

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

Federal-level climate activism is, right now, political theater.

Pundits and think tanks aren't the audience.

And the folks pushing are not the ones out of touch with what's going on.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

That's why so many Beltway pundits' assessments of @AOC@twitter.com's lack of realism in putting forward this version on the GND are such catastrophic misreads.

The climate movement isn't fighting for short yardage in 2019, it's fighting for huge gains in the mid-2020s.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

Unpopular opinion:

Given that

1. the Carbon Lobby owns the GOP
2. the GOP has the power to stop any large-scale Federal climate action
3. It'll have that power until at least 2022

the goal of climate legislation in Congress—including GND—isn't making law, but changing debates.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @JAdomian@twitter.com

The Green New Deal is probably a better plan than the alternative: 500 haggard billionaire survivors try to pry open the Svalbard Seed Vault

🐦🔗: twitter.com/JAdomian/status/10

RT @kleinsound@twitter.com

The 🤯 idea of the coevolution of perception & action (creating perceivable events) in an information-ecological framework is what led me to neuroscience & AI as an EE student.

“Ecological origins of perceptual grouping principles in the auditory system” dlvr.it/Qy6ktr

🐦🔗: twitter.com/kleinsound/status/

RT @drvox@twitter.com

What's most surreal to me about the climate conversation is that almost no one is talking or acting like it's real - even the people who "believe" it. The hair-splitting legalisms, the tone policing, just the general glibness ... it all sounds so tinny in light of the tragedy.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/drvox/status/10940

RT @ramez@twitter.com

If the US is serious about climate policy, it ought to focus on these two sectors - agriculture and industry - that are soon to be the two largest emissions sources, and lack solutions. We should press to invent solutions, drive them down in price, and spread them globally. 16/

🐦🔗: twitter.com/ramez/status/10941

RT @gordonbrander@twitter.com

Lots of progress in indoor farming driven by the unusual economics of pot.

Glad there is a driving force of change, because we'll want indoor farming as part of our swiss army knife of tools for climate adaptation. twitter.com/chr1sa/status/1093

🐦🔗: twitter.com/gordonbrander/stat

RT @badnetworker@twitter.com

Hackers using black-market Israeli ICE-breakers to extort a billionaire who's replacing his employees with robots, at the behest of a shadowy tabloid/petromonarchy alliance, is actually the cyberpunk future we were promised, and yet. twitter.com/jkbjournalist/stat

🐦🔗: twitter.com/badnetworker/statu

What are the most tedious / frustrating / annoying commonplace computations and manipulations? The things that eat time and breed bugs? I'm thinking things like timezones.

RT @hellenkeniford@twitter.com

coverage of @AOC@twitter.com and the green new deal has a lot of journos and politicians complaining that AOC “needs to learn how washington works.” like ok david well you need to learn how swimming works because your house is gonna be underwater in 25 years

🐦🔗: twitter.com/hellenkeniford/sta

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

But this is true in part because the very core of climate politics in America is cultural, and prediction is a cultural act, one which alters that which it predicts.

What we believe about the shape of the future alters our actions in the present.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

Climate journalism odds-making, in fact, reinforces a political stance taken by opponents of climate action.

After all, if bold climate action is "highly unlikely," why should we make it a central debate in the halls of power, with so many other pressing issues at hand?

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

Next, in a political context where opposition to climate action includes messaging not only that climate action is unneeded, but that it is impossible—too expensive, technically difficult, politically toxic, etc—this sort of odds making is far from politically neutral.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

RT @AlexSteffen@twitter.com

I'd like to make what may seem like a small point, but I actually think is a critically important one:

There is no way in 2019 for American journalists to responsibly make odds on the likelihood of climate action. twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/AlexSteffen/status

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