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March 26, 2012


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Anywhere But Here Is Better

Thanks for the update and the link George. I am going to get a copy of this new book, hopefully to bring me up to speed on this whole issue of biophysical economics.

At least I have hope in this area! As for politics, I can only agree with you. The process of government is falling into disrepute faster than the Cameronian descent into the Marianas Trench. If only Greed was a fossil fuel. There's enough going around to fuel every machine until the red-giant sun engulfs the earth.

Good luck with your proceedings both on campus and within the grey matter.

Best wishes, Oliver


i would think the use of differential equations would augment the science here being described, as many related rates are involved and they interact and influence each other.

Robin Datta

Education of a Scientist

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