Quick thoughts. Got a lot to do these days.
The course I’m talking about: Electric Utilities Fundamentals
I stand corrected: Here’s the real data on per capita energy use by country
Yes. Yes, it is.
Some thoughts on why I understand how people are skeptical of such phenomena as climate change:
No lengthy soliloquy today. I’ve got interviews to prep for! I spoke to an HR rep today, and we’ll set up conversations with the team leaders of the business development team and the operations and maintenance team for Wednesday or Thursday this week.
Two of my classmates already work for Parkwind, so they know we have a good program. I’m excited to learn more, and I’ll keep y’all posted on whether or not I’m moving to Belgium!
On my way back from Oslo, I listened to this debate between Dr Jordan B. Peterson, professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, and Dr Susan Blackmore, who is currently a visiting professor at the University if Plymouth. They discussed the role of God in giving meaning to life, and they did a much better job of diving into the subjects than I did, so check out their whole 45-ish-minute discussion here.
Too late for more writing. Here’s the video:
The title should say it all.
Here are some valuable links:
Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation
A great podcast from the BBC’s The Inquiry about meat consumption and climate change entitled “Can we eat our way out of climate change?”
And for those of you who still aren’t sure how I managed to convince a random Norwegian family to pay me in food and housing for three months, here’s a link to the WWOOF website.
Onto the vlogging!