Since I’m at the beach this week, it seems like a good time to leave you with a review of Ruth Kassinger’s Slime, a broad survey of all the ways scientists and entrepreneurs are solving problems with algae.
Since [Pope Francis] is a scientist and a theologian, I thought he would be a good point of reference [on Lenten practice].
We are imperfect creators, and so not everything about our new world is good. We may still have the ability to mitigate some of the imperfections, but to do so we first need the humility to accept our limitations as creators.
Some weeks it can be tricky to find a way into the science news that might be of interest to those outside the specific community of investigation. But not this week.
This is the “what then shall we do?” section. As with the rest of the book, it is sweeping and ambitious in scope.