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There are 5 different Chrome windows, each chocka. I can't do every bit justice. So, a roundup while I try closing maybe 2 of them.Superb news. Finally. The government is starting to be a bit more flexible about safe alternatives to MIQ. I like how Australia still thinks big. Here's Stephen Kirchner making the case for a large increase in immigration.There's a claim that carbon farming, via forest sequestration, starts being costly after a century. I'm still not convinced. If carbon prices are high enough that people can't cut down trees at that point, they may be high enough to warrant digging a giant hole, sticking the cut trees into the hole, covering it up, sticking a pipe in for methane recovery, and replanting it. Maybe there's some price range where carbon isn't valuable enough to

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There are 5 different Chrome windows, each chocka. I can't do every bit justice. So, a roundup while I try closing maybe 2 of them.
The last month has been utterly mad. There was an old Roger Douglas line about the reforms in the 1980s moving too fast for opposition to them to mount. Labour's basically doing that again, but mostly in the wrong directions, in the middle of a pandemic, while not being appropriately on top of the pandemic stuff. 

It's not ideal. 

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