If Scientists Are Doing This, Things Must Be Really Bad

Research scientists tend to shy away from activism, fearing they won't be able to argue their case objectively. But in the light of the indifference to the climate crisis, the rules of the game might be starting to change

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Yarden Michaeli
Yarden Michaeli
Yarden Michaeli
Yarden Michaeli

Cassandra, the daughter of the king of Troy, is one of Greek mythology’s most tragic figures. She was granted the power of divine prophecy, but she also suffered an accompanying curse: Though her prophecies were accurate, no one believed her when she warned about the dangers the future portended. Even her family treated her as something of a madwoman.

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