I have been thinking about the scientific method, again. Way back in the day, the 1980’s as it happens, I was a graduate student learning the research trade. Alongside the admiration for big hair and shoulderpads, there were skills to practice, theory to imbibe, and a philosophy to master. The research philosophy I was taught … Continue reading Scientific method
There really is only one way to make agriculture great again...
Not the first to say this and hopefully not the last.
In 1990, Paul Keating, as Treasurer in the Hawke government, famously described the 1990s recession in Australia as “the recession we had to have” to correct a series of excesses through the 1980’s. Keating challenged Bob Hawke for the leadership of the Labor Party in 1991 and became Prime Minister of Australia.
This week the American people, via a slim minority, voted Donald Trump into the Presidency of the United States.
It is the shock they (and we) had to have.
What happened is that a nation of educated folk just put a narcissistic isolationist with little respect for anyone but himself and no experience of public office into the highest position in the land. Is this man really the best person from among the 322 million or so options?
You would have to think not. There had to be someone better, although not the democratic candidate apparently.
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Thoughts on environmental evidence, information on our projects, and an opinion or two