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I Freeze the Blog

I’m shutting down my blog and podcast.

In March 2020 I took time-out.

Well, it hasn’t been a real time-out. I have guided my kids through the social shutdown of the corona wave, and I still do.

I took this time-out because I was frustrated with the ratio of the amount of effort I put into blogging and podcasting and the amount of attention. For me, writing English or podcasting means three times the effort a native speaker has.

In my perception, the attention that the topic of Abrupt Irreversible Climate Change has in the public is constantly decreasing. Extinction has become a more common vocabulary, but only in connection with hopes of how to avoid it.

With Corona Near Term Human Extinction takes an even more back seat.

Sorry, I’ve had enough.

I surrender.

I’m putting the blog and podcast on hold, at least I’m taking a break.

Highlights

I have been writing this blog since 2015, initially in German, SchnellerAlsGedacht.

In 2016 I released the first English podcast episode, and English blog posts.

When I look at the highlights, I have a certain pride in what I have achieved.

Bye Bye

I will certainly write something from time to time or do an interview. So please stay subscribed to the Newsletter if you want to hear about it.

You can also reach me at FaceBook.

Thanks for your attention, dear reader and listener.

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