scientific (and only theoretical) understanding of the natural world, which is derived from all the observations and measurements described above. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975 and the Treatise of Human Nature, 2nd. The path to the front page was through covering climate politics, not climate science. Two new essays, Of the Jealousy of Trade and Of the Coalition of Parties, were added late to some copies of the 1758 edition of Essays and Treatises, then incorporated into the edition of 1760. (The bathtub effect!) The greenhouse effect is building like unpaid credit card debt. In fact, these folks at Megacorp do science, in that they and people within their company learn new things, but it may be years before their work becomes science in the sense of a contribution to humanity's body of knowledge beyond Megacorp's walls. As I read it, I pondered whether the following slight tweak might also be true: The diversity of responses to environmental change among people contributing to the same social function, which we call response diversity, is critical to resilience.
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I thrived under this model, too. It is a means of locomotion by which one moves steadily ahead, adjusting to bumps or hurdles, even trips and collisions, shifting course as needed but always making progress toward the desired destination. If those experts report back that the research was done in a methodologically sound way and that the results contribute new and useful knowledge, the editor then approves publication, although almost inevitably with some changes or additions. In recognizing that the light of the sun and the water of a well are not here solely because we profit from their presence, we additionally gain an analogy from which we can recognize that the people in the world around us are not here. We will do more in the centuries to come, but we've already assembled a vast array of information on which to build the theories that are our present scientific understanding of the universe.