Friday, August 11, 2017

Informative links and comments

I saw "An Inconvenient Denial" yesterday. Informative, interesting, and moving. The part on flooding in New Orleans is all the more poignant and moving because of the current flooding there. It was good to hear the emotion in Al Gore's voice, since he tends to sound rather wooden in radio interviews. Of course, the radio chooses what parts of the interview to air, so who knows whether what we hear there is representative. Of course, it could just be the way Gore speaks when thinking thru a response. And in the movie, when he got impassioned at one point, he stopped and apologized, so he might be trying to sounds cool.

Barbara Cook, Star of Broadway, Cabaret, Dies at 89
I remember when peple like Barbar Cook could be heard singing songs from musicals on pop radio, before Clear Channel, renamed IHeartRadio, bought almost all radio stations and ruined them and deprived listeners because their only concern is making money.

5 deaths reported while using weight loss balloon treatment, FDA says

These Are the Crazy Climate Records from 2016 You Haven’t Heard Much About

Safe partial solar eclipse viewing opportunities in the Atlanta area - August 21

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