The book explores geoengineering approaches to cool down the planet, such as spraying aerosol in the stratosphere, in order to offset the greenhouse effect.
This book describes in great details the energy transitions that happened throughout history. The book is a thorough account of human ingenuity to transform energy into heat, light, or motion.
In the book Limits to Growth, the authors work out step by step a model of the world, to explore various computer scenarios for growth up to 2100. A fantastic analysis, with a rather grim perspetive for our future.
In the book Factfulness, Hans Rosling reminds us that our model of the world is probably too simplistic, outdated, or plain wrong. He also reminds us that progress is an incremental process that doesn’t make newspaper headlines, but still happens.
This books presents stories that explain how memory works. It made me realize that each person has an individual memory, not only in terms of content, but also how it operates.
The book Stuff Matters will make you look at the materials around you differently-more curious and more appreciative. A nice read.
For our brain, something plausible is also probable. This lack of nuance has unfortunate consequences.
Stay calm, and research on.
Some concepts in physics and mathematics are definitively fascinating. My top 10.
A formal take on playing music using the shuffle mode.