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What books, blogs or podcasts are sparking your interest lately?

In this week's Kitchen Table Mingle blog (https://www.forkliftaction.com/news/newsdisplay.aspx?nwid=23432) me and my colleagues are talking about what books, blogs, and podcasts we've been finding interesting lately. How about you?
  • Posted 4 Jun 2020 11:08
  • Discussion started by FLA_Rosie
  • Queensland, Australia
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I found a book called the anarchists cook book at a yard sale. looks like a lot of other people have read it too. Somebody said it was banned from publication in the 1970s. And I just thought I was a sick demented person, but after reading it I feel like there is some really stupid people out there.
  • Posted 20 Jul 2020 20:20
  • Reply by triumphrider
  • Texas, United States
Now here is a good read. "Will the Great Barrier Reef Survive?".

The sub title is "Doubting the Doomed Reef Scenario.

It's a recent book which challenges the view being widely expressed by scientists, politicians, lobbyists, the media and members of the public that the Great Australian Reef is delicate, fragile and seriously under threat of dying. Google "David Mason-Jones "Will the Great Barrier Reef Survive?".
  • Posted 20 Jul 2020 05:54
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  • Reply by rodger_l
  • Queensland, Australia
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