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Don’t Look Up: As Funny as the Fyre Festival

Or as fresh and wholesome as gas station sushi or a Seven-11 hot roller

Don’t Look Up is a dark satire about the end of the world, and its creators clearly intend for it to get people thinking about climate change the same way Dr. Strangelove got people thinking about the threat of nuclear destruction during the Cold War. If you haven’t…

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I have learned not to compromise. Author of 45 books, former exec, Nebula Award nominee, poor. Interests: future, science, tech, ethics, nature, cooperatives

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Amy Sterling Casil

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I have learned not to compromise. Author of 45 books, former exec, Nebula Award nominee, poor. Interests: future, science, tech, ethics, nature, cooperatives

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