Author Profile: Michael Shaw Bond
Michael Shaw Bond writes for The New Scientist.
PSYCHOLOGY OF CONFLICT • Michael Shaw Bond
Issue 215 • November/December 2002 • The Power of Nature > Feature Articles
The dehumanising war of the Middle East.
SELFISH MOBILITY • Michael Shaw Bond
The mobile phone restricts greater mobility.
ORDER AND CHAOS • Michael Shaw Bond
Review of The Blackwinged Night
THE EARTH ERA • Michael Shaw Bond
Issue 201 • July/August 2000 • Only Connect - Soil, Soul, Society > Feature Articles
From Gaia to green politics, the ideas of the past quarter-century have changed our relationship with nature and with each other.
CREATION MYTHS • Michael Shaw Bond
Issue 200 • May/June 2000 • Culture of Compassion > Feature Articles
Christians and Darwinians have little to fear from each other.
LET DARKNESS REIGN • Michael Shaw Bond
Issue 199 • March/April 2000 • You are, therefore I am > Feature Articles
Light pollution is killing our nights.
THE VALUES OF SCIENCE • Michael Shaw Bond
Science can never be value-free.
SILENCE • Michael Shaw Bond
Now even science claims silence to be golden and says that noise damages much more than hearing.
TRANSFORMING CITIES • Michael Shaw Bond
Review of Fire Under Snow