Scared of Coronavirus, the Climate Crisis, Republicans?

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Whether you save the world, or think you’ve saved the world, or know you haven’t done either, and you die anyway, 40 years from now . . . well, are those three different lives? Are they of different qualities?

Some of us are like Slim Pickens: we live our lives, free from fear because we know we’re going to die. If you don’t understand what I’m saying, then . . . never mind.

Fred

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Living in rural Panamá — non-extractive, non-capitalistic. Expat USA. Scientist, writer, researcher, teacher. STEM mentor +languages. Gargoylplex@protonmail.com

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Fred Ermlich

Fred Ermlich

Living in rural Panamá — non-extractive, non-capitalistic. Expat USA. Scientist, writer, researcher, teacher. STEM mentor +languages. Gargoylplex@protonmail.com

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