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Hypoxia

All the fish and crabs have died in a dead zone off the coast of Oregon. The problem is not pollution, but hypoxia — lack of oxygen O₂. Global warming is interfering with the processes that oxygenate the oceans and stimulating bacteria that consume oxygen. The oxygen levels are zero on the bottom. For details see the Changing Sea One Ocean episode of the The Nature Of Things.

~ Roedy (1948-02-04 age:69)
The following are some of the people who contributed to this list. My lawyers recommended I exclude those who taught by example.

An early version of this article appeared in Java Developers’ Journal (volume 2 issue 6). I also spoke on this topic in 1997-11 at the Colorado Summit Conference. It has been gradually growing ever since. I have had quite a few requests for permission to build links here. You are welcome to create links, but please don’t repost the essay since the original changes frequently.

If you enjoyed this essay you might enjoy other parts of the website. Have a look at my home page or the Java Glossary which is a central place to find out everything you ever wanted to know about Java or perhaps my Gay & Black Glossary.

You might also enjoy the famous essays Worse Is Better and The Rise of Worse Is Better on doing the right thing.


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