Saw a road-killed pine martin just north of Tarbet on the Loch Lomond road today. Beautiful fur.
Today’s walk squared.
Read: Transcription by Kate Atkinson ★★★★☆ WWII home front spies. Heroine Juliet is engaging & funny. Some nice twists & turns. 📚
More photos and
The weather was supposed to be rainy, turned out quite breezy, lots of clouds but no rain on me.
Walked a couple of miles or so towards Firpark from Anniesland and back.
Plenty of flowers. Usual moorhens and ducks.
The Gaia theorist, at 100 years old, is infectiously optimistic about the prospect of humanity being overtaken by superintelligent robots
But for Lovelock, the Gaia hypothesis will save us, because the machines will realise that they need organic life to keep the planet at a habitable temperature. (Even electronic life could not survive on an Earth that veered into runaway global warming.)
I read and enjoyed Gaia when it came out, Lovelock still sounds fascinating! I look forward to reading this.
Read Tiger by Polly Clark ★★★★☆ Enjoyed descriptions of the wilds of Siberia. The first couple of pages and the last two or three were weakest parts of the book. 📚
If my feeds are set ok, this post should go to my blog, micro.blog and not twitter.
Wish I could post the scent.