6 thoughts on “(English) Climate Camp

  1. Good article. I disagree that the methodology of affinity groups is a result of ‘splintering’. (Though I have other thoughts about affinity groups and their problematic though usually necessary secrecy.) Good on ya comrade. I’ve written up my perspectives too.
    Sophielle
    lasophielle.wordpress.com

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    frm Reply:

    Thanks Sophielle. I did wonder if ‘splintering’ was a misleading choice of word, with its implied fractiousness, but went with it because I couldn’t think of anything better…

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  2. Yeah – the bits which are about the things you care about (RBS and their business practices) will get publicity that’s not seen as being « about climate camp », and the ones directly about climate camp will be the ones that are more exciting – i.e. the breaking of windows/gluing to desks.

    So long as there are articles of the first kind being produced because of climate camp, it seems worthwhile.

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  3. I am working on a cure or two for climate change. I came across your resonata site by way of a java site that has many particle and wave scripts. I am in awe of the resonator. It is more than a pretty picture or a screen saver. A lot of these look Mathematic based. I am wrong I think. I would like to know if possible.

    I figure you are swamped with email, etc. Do you hire out for jobs? I am not in your country. However, that never stopped anything. I am most interested in oscillators of all kinds. I hate math because of the rules. So, I have to do a lot on intuitive thinking. I have gone a long way on it however. In these math based graphics programs, I realize that I can miss something with my distust of math.

    I have not a single suggest or critic for someone who is obviously more intelligent than me. I think the most of your work.

    P.F.

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    frm Reply:

    Hi P.F. Thank you – glad you like my work! I wouldn’t go so far as to say I’m swamped by email, at least not about this sort of thing, and yes, I do hire out for jobs.

    As you say, basically all my animated graphics to date are based on mathematics; I’m pretty sure that almost everybody who has a problem with the subject was put off by unpleasant and baffling early experiences. I believe it’s easier, more comprehensible and relevant, and a lot more beautiful than a lot of people think!

    I’m curious what you imagine would cure climate change…

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