Curt Stager’s new book “Deep Future” is on shelves — I saw it over the weekend at a bookstore in Vermont — and his very different take on climate change is drawing a lot of attention.
Stager, the Paul Smiths College professor who also co-hosts the popular “Natural Selections” segment on NCPR, projects what we know about global warming tens of thousands of years into the future.
What will the world look like? How will changes that we’re making to the climate now affect human societies into the distant future, long after we In Boxers are mulched into the mythological past?
Stager will be talking about his ideas and his scientific conclusions this Thursday on “On Point” the national program that airs weekdays on NCPR. It looks like he will appear in hour two of the show. This from his Facebook page.
Latest news on “Deep Future:” I’ve been booked to appear on the national call-in show, “On Point,” for this Thursday at 11 AM (with NPR affiliate WBUR-Boston). If you’re near a radio then, I hope you’ll give it a listen…