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First Paper to Link CO2 and Global Warming, by Eunice Foote (1856)

- October 3, 2019 in carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, chemistry, Eunice Newton Foote, first person to discover global warming, global warming, Science, women scientists, women's rights

The first paper to link carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and earth heating.

Get Thee to a Phalanstery: or, How Fourier Can Still Teach Us to Make Lemonade

- May 1, 2019 in capitalism, Charles Fourier, Fourierism, free-love, orgies, Philosophy, sex, socialism, socialist utopia, utopia, women's rights

Hot on the heels of the French revolution — by way of extravagant orgies, obscure taxonomies, and lemonade seas — Charles Fourier offered up his blueprint for a socialist utopia, and in the process also one of the most influential early critiques of capitalism. Dominic Pettman explores Fourier's radical, bizarre, and often astonishingly modern ideas, and how they might guide us in our own troubled times.

Get Thee to a Phalanstery: or, How Fourier Can Still Teach Us to Make Lemonade

- May 1, 2019 in capitalism, Charles Fourier, Fourierism, free-love, orgies, Philosophy, sex, socialism, socialist utopia, utopia, women's rights

Hot on the heels of the French revolution — by way of extravagant orgies, obscure taxonomies, and lemonade seas — Charles Fourier offered up his blueprint for a socialist utopia, and in the process also one of the most influential early critiques of capitalism. Dominic Pettman explores Fourier's radical, bizarre, and often astonishingly modern ideas, and how they might guide us in our own troubled times.