|Morlock Elloi on Sat, 17 Sep 2016 05:02:19 +0200 (CEST)|
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|<nettime> The Great Acceleration Event (GAE)|
But things will take care of themselves.Some 2.3 billion years ago, several cyanobacteria, working in a garage, figured out how to produce oxygen from sunlight and CO2. What followed is the Great Oxygenation Event. Anaerobic life protested, held many conferences, called for de-oxygenation, and eventually died out (except few hardcore species that dug themselves into the ground.) The rest is history.
Some *will* survive the GAE and thrive. On 9/16/16, 5:37, Felix Stalder wrote:
limit. We need to find a new economic rationality. And if it is possible, contrary to what skeptics think all this is because we can not do otherwise.
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