Welcome to the Community Station of Leganés, ECO Leganés.
Today we are going to speak with Ugo Bardi.
Ugo Bardy is a Florentine Professor of Physical Chemistry who has spent his life researching on the depletion of resources, Climate Science, and System Dynamics among many other areas of Science. He is a member of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas, a member of the Club of Rome, Editor of Biophysical Economics and Sustainability, and author of several books, The Empty Sea is his most recent book.
Don’t you stumble, sometimes, into something that seems to make a lot of sense, but you can’t say exactly why? For a long time, I had in mind the idea that when things start going bad, they tend to go bad fast. We might call this tendency the «Seneca effect» or the «Seneca cliff,» from Lucius Annaeus Seneca who wrote that «increases are of sluggish growth, but the way to ruin is rapid.«