'WEIRD' subjects list

The index is organised under the keywords listed below. Each section provides, in chronological order, a list of the issue number, page, and article title in which that keyword is referenced.

'WEIRD' subject indexes

The index for each keyword is listed below in alphabetical order. Each entry in the index gives the issue and page number where the key word was mentioned, and the title of the article it is in. Note also that every listing contains a link to Wikipedia or another relevant website on that issue.


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Keyword index: 'List of all issues'.

Issue No.1 – 'The Lockdown Edition'.

Issue No.2 – 'Welcome the Extinction'.

Issue No.4 – 'Thank you for calling UNTECH SUPPORT'.

Issue No.5 – 'Research for the End of Your 'Normal' Everyday Existence'.

Issue No.6 – 'The Ecological 'Lie of the Land''.

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Keyword index: 'List of all History File articles'.

Issue No.1, page 4 – 'Useful Work versus Useless Toil', by William Morris.

Issue No.2, page 2 – 'Tactics', from ‘Rules for Radicals’ by Saul Alinsky.

Issue No.4, page 2 – 'Tools for Conviviality’, by Ivan Illich.

Issue No.5, page 2 – 'The Deep Ecology Movement', by Bill Devall.

Issue No.6, page 3 – 'Universal Declaration of Rights of Mother Earth'.

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Keyword index: 'List of all Numerical Ramblings articles'.

Issue No.1, page 12 – 'Lockdowns, Pandemic Trends, and Political Reality.

Issue No.2, page 12 – 'We’ll I didn't vote for him'.

Issue No.4, page 12 – 'Why own-grown potatoes are better energy storage devices than lithium-ion batteries'.

Issue No.5, page 16 – 'The zombie pro-nuclear lobby'.

Issue No.6, page 5 – '‘The Land’, by the numbers'.

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Keyword index: 'Affluence/Consumerism'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

Issue No.2, page 11 – 'The trouble with ‘consumer vegans’'.

Issue No.4, pages 14-15 – 'Energy follows lifestyle: Where does it all go?

Issue No.4, pages 2/3 – 'Are You ‘WEIRD?’: The answer may surprise you!'.

Issue No.4, pages 6/7 – 'We need a mass ‘UNECONOMIC CONSUMPTION’ movement'.

Issue No.4, page 9 – 'From 'Shiny New Objects' to 'Fear of Missing Out': Marketing as a form of psychological abuse'.

Issue No.5, pages 4/5 – "It's the economy, stoooopid!".

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 9-11 – 'Consumption is a temporal illusion'

Issue No.5, pages 13/14 – 'The problem IS affluent society'

Issue No.6, pages 7/8 – 'You cannot ‘redistribute’ a deficit'.

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Keyword index: 'Anarcho-Primitivism'.

Issue No.1, page 11 – 'What is Anarcho-primitivism?'.

Issue No.2, pages 10/11 – '"Nine meals from anarchy?" That’s not our kind of anarchy!'.

Issue No.4, pages 8/9 – 'Couch to five nights camping'?.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

Issue No.6, page 12 – 'Change is hard; but in the near future inaction will be a lot worse'.

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Keyword index: 'Bioenergy/Biofuels'.

Issue No.4, page 10 – 'The scandal of the ‘green’ biofuels that damage the Earth'.

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Keyword index: 'Carbon Footprint/Inequality'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

Issue No.4, pages 14-15 – 'Energy follows lifestyle: Where does it all go?

Issue No.5, pages 4/5 – "It's the economy, stoooopid!".

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Keyword index: 'Cashless Society'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

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Keyword index: 'Circular Economy'.

Issue No.2, pages 8/9 – 'Environmentalism's silence over 'the limits to growth' is an offence akin to climate denial'.

Issue No.5, pages 13/14 – 'The problem IS affluent society'

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Keyword index: 'Climate Change'.

Issue No.2, pages 6/7 – 'Climate change is not the problem; everything is the problem'.

Issue No.2, pages 8/9 – 'Environmentalism's silence over 'the limits to growth' is an offence akin to climate denial'.

Issue No.4, pages 2-4 – 'Data shows the single most effective measure to reduce carbon emissions quickly is a global recession'.

Issue No.4, pages 11-13 – 'Has 'Green' gone wrong?: Shifting the debate on energy & climate change'.

Issue No.5, pages 4/5 – "It's the economy, stoooopid!".

Issue No.5, pages 7/8 – “...a felt need for increased efficiency”

Issue No.5, pages 9-11 – 'Consumption is a temporal illusion'

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Keyword index: 'Deep ecology'.

Issue No.1, page 1 – 'Lockdown Edition: A WEIRD Introduction'.

Issue No.2, page 6 – 'Climate change is not the problem; everything is the problem'.

Issue No.4, page 1 – 'Thank you for calling UNTECH SUPPORT ...we value your dependency!'.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

Issue No.5, page 2 – 'The Deep Ecology Movement'.

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

Issue No.6, page 1 – 'The Ecological 'Lie of the Land''.

Issue No.6, page 6 – 'The ‘green’ environmental message failed because of its compromise with consumerism'.

Issue No.6, page 12 – 'Change is hard; but in the near future inaction will be a lot worse'.

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Keyword index: 'Degrowth'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

Issue No.4, pages 2-4 – 'Data shows the single most effective measure to reduce carbon emissions quickly is a global recession'.

Issue No.4, pages 6/7 – 'We need a mass ‘UNECONOMIC CONSUMPTION’ movement'.

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 13/14 – 'The problem IS affluent society'

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

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Keyword index: 'Digital Analytics'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

Issue No.2, pages 8/9 – 'Environmentalism's silence over 'the limits to growth' is an offence akin to climate denial'.

Issue No.4, page 9 – 'From 'Shiny New Objects' to 'Fear of Missing Out': Marketing as a form of psychological abuse'.

Issue No.6, pages 4/5 – 'The one thing that money can’t buy: ‘Poverty’'.

Issue No.6, pages 8/9 – 'Change and an ‘ecological’ vision of land rights'.

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Keyword index: 'Do-It-Yourself: Food'.

Issue No.1, page 2-3 – 'The problem is frozen oven-ready chips'.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

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Keyword index: 'Dysorganisation'.

Issue No.2, page 1 – 'Welcome the Extinction'.

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Keyword index: 'Ecocide'.

Issue No.2, page 7 – 'The ‘Ecocide’ Long-list'.

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Keyword index: 'Ecoefficiency'.

Issue No.5, pages 7/8 – “...a felt need for increased efficiency”

Issue No.5, pages 9-11 – 'Consumption is a temporal illusion'

Issue No.6, page 2 – 'We Are All Part of the Same Compost Heap'.

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Keyword index: 'Ecomodernism'.

Issue No.1, page 1 – 'Lockdown Edition: A WEIRD Introduction'.

Issue No.4, pages 11-13 – 'Has 'Green' gone wrong?: Shifting the debate on energy & climate change'.

Issue No.5, page 1 – 'Research for the End of Your 'Normal' Everyday Existence'.

Issue No.5, page 2 – 'The Deep Ecology Movement'.

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, page 16 – 'The zombie pro-nuclear lobby'.

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Keyword index: 'Economics'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

Issue No.1, pages 10/11 – 'Corona Virus versus Universal Basic Income: Twin Failures of Modernity'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

Issue No.4, pages 2/3 – 'Are You ‘WEIRD?’: The answer may surprise you!'.

Issue No.4, pages 6/7 – 'We need a mass ‘UNECONOMIC CONSUMPTION’ movement'.

Issue No.5, pages 4/5 – "It's the economy, stoooopid!".

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 7/8 – “...a felt need for increased efficiency”

Issue No.6, pages 4/5 – 'The one thing that money can’t buy: ‘Poverty’'.

Issue No.6, pages 7/8 – 'You cannot ‘redistribute’ a deficit'.

Issue No.6, pages 10/11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

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Keyword index: 'Elections/Electoral Politics'.

Issue No.2, page 12 – 'We’ll I didn't vote for him'.

Issue No.6, pages 4/5 – 'The one thing that money can’t buy: ‘Poverty’'.

Issue No.6, pages 10/11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

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Keyword index: 'Embodied Energy/Carbon'.

Issue No.4, page 12 – 'Why own-grown potatoes are better energy storage devices than lithium-ion batteries'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

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Keyword index: 'Energy & Environment'.

Issue No.4, pages 4-6 – 'An energy history of Britain'.

Issue No.4, pages 7-8 – 'Home Energy Use: ‘Domesticity’ breeds confusion'.

Issue No.4, pages 8-11 – 'Renewable energy: An ‘uncontested good’'.

Issue No.4, pages 14-15 – 'Energy follows lifestyle: Where does it all go?

Issue No.4, page 16 – 'Do you want to live, or do you want to watch Netflix? Yes, it really is that simple.

Issue No.5, pages 7/8 – “...a felt need for increased efficiency”

Issue No.5, pages 9-11 – 'Consumption is a temporal illusion'

Issue No.6, page 2 – 'We Are All Part of the Same Compost Heap'.

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Keyword index: 'Extinction Rebellion (XR)'.

Issue No.2, page 1 – 'Welcome the Extinction'.

Issue No.2, page 7 – 'Beyond Politics: Rebels without applause'.

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Keyword index: 'Food & Nutrition'.

Issue No.1, page 2 – 'The problem is frozen oven-ready chips'.

Issue No.2, pages 10/11 – '"Nine meals from anarchy?" That’s not our kind of anarchy!'.

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

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Keyword index: 'Fracking'.

Issue No.4, page 6 – 'An energy history of Britain'.

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Keyword index: 'Free Camping/Foraging'.

Issue No.4, pages 8/9 – 'Couch to five nights camping'?.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

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Keyword index: 'Green Consumerism'.

Issue No.1, page 2 – 'The problem is frozen oven-ready chips'.

Issue No.2, page 1 – 'Welcome the Extinction'.

Issue No.2, pages 4/5 – '"Eat the Rich": Like it or not, the environment is a ´class´ issue'.

Issue No.4, pages 14-15 – 'Energy follows lifestyle: Where does it all go?

Issue No.4, page 9 – 'From 'Shiny New Objects' to 'Fear of Missing Out': Marketing as a form of psychological abuse'.

Issue No.5, pages 9-11 – 'Consumption is a temporal illusion'

Issue No.6, page 6 – 'The ‘green’ environmental message failed because of its compromise with consumerism'.

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Keyword index: 'Green New Deal'.

Issue No.1, page 1 – 'Lockdown Edition: A WEIRD Introduction'.

Issue No.1, page 2 – 'Progress is not a copper-bottomed certainty'.

Issue No.5, pages 7/8 – “...a felt need for increased efficiency”

Issue No.6, pages 8/9 – 'Change and an ‘ecological’ vision of land rights'.

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Keyword index: 'Human Rights'.

Issue No.1, page 9 – 'We need big giggly land occupations, where people do nothing more than sit... & simply enjoy a 'disconnected' time together'.

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Keyword index: 'Hydrogen Economy'.

Issue No.4, page 4 – 'An energy history of Britain'.

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Keyword index: 'Land Rights'.

Issue No.1, pages 8/9 – 'We need giggly land occupations where people enjoy 'disconnected' time together'.

Issue No.2, pages 10/11 – '"Nine meals from anarchy?" That’s not our kind of anarchy!'.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

Issue No.6, page 1 – 'The Ecological 'Lie of the Land''.

Issue No.6, pages 8/9 – 'Change and an ‘ecological’ vision of land rights'.

Issue No.6, pages 10/11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

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Keyword index: 'Limits to Growth/Ecological Limits'.

Issue No.2, pages 6/7 – 'Climate change is not the problem; everything is the problem'.

Issue No.2, pages 8/9 – 'Environmentalism's silence over 'the limits to growth' is an offence akin to climate denial'.

Issue No.5, pages 4/5 – "It's the economy, stoooopid!".

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 11/12 – 'The Party is Over... Time to Clean-up'

Issue No.6, pages 7/8 – 'You cannot ‘redistribute’ a deficit'.

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Keyword index: 'Mobile Technology/Phones'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

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Keyword index: 'Net Energy/EROEI'.

Issue No.4, page 12 – 'Why own-grown potatoes are better energy storage devices than lithium-ion batteries'.

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Keyword index: 'Nuclear Energy'.

Issue No.4, page 6 – 'An energy history of Britain'.

Issue No.5, page 16 – 'The zombie pro-nuclear lobby'.

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Keyword index: 'Open Source/Design'.

Issue No.6, page 11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

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Keyword index: 'Pandemics'.

Issue No.1, pages 10/11 – 'Corona Virus versus Universal Basic Income: Twin Failures of Modernity'.

Issue No.1, page 12 – 'Lockdowns, Pandemic Trends, and Political Reality.

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

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Keyword index: 'Peak Energy/Depletion'.

Issue No.4, page 6 – 'An energy history of Britain'.

Issue No.5, pages 5-7 – 'Are humans a virus?'

Issue No.5, pages 11/12 – 'The Party is Over... Time to Clean-up'

Issue No.5, pages 13/14 – 'The problem IS affluent society'

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Keyword index: 'Permaculture'.

Issue No.6, page 11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

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Keyword index: 'Renewable Energy'.

Issue No.1, page 1 – 'Progress is not a copper-bottomed certainty'.

Issue No.4, page 12 – 'Why own-grown potatoes are better energy storage devices than lithium-ion batteries'.

Issue No.4, pages 8-11 – 'Renewable energy: An ‘uncontested good’'.

Issue No.4, pages 11-13 – 'Has 'Green' gone wrong?: Shifting the debate on energy & climate change'.

Issue No.6, pages 8/9 – 'Change and an ‘ecological’ vision of land rights'.

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Keyword index: 'Resource: Copper'.

Issue No.1, page 1 – 'Progress is not a copper-bottomed certainty'.

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Keyword index: 'Resource: Lithium'.

Issue No.4, page 12 – 'Why own-grown potatoes are better energy storage devices than lithium-ion batteries'.

Issue No.6, pages 8/9 – 'Change and an ‘ecological’ vision of land rights'.

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Keyword index: 'Resource: Uranium'.

Issue No.5, page 16 – 'The zombie pro-nuclear lobby'.

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Keyword index: 'Rewilding'.

Issue No.2, pages 10/11 – '"Nine meals from anarchy?" That’s not our kind of anarchy!'.

Issue No.4, pages 8/9 – 'Couch to five nights camping'?.

Issue No.5, pages 14/15 – 'We must embrace in a new relationship with the land'

Issue No.6, page 1 – 'The Ecological 'Lie of the Land''.

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Keyword index: 'Simplicity/Simple Living'.

Issue No.1, pages 11 – 'Corona Virus versus Universal Basic Income: Twin Failures of Modernity'.

Issue No.4, pages 2/3 – 'Are You ‘WEIRD?’: The answer may surprise you!'.

Issue No.4, pages 6/7 – 'We need a mass ‘UNECONOMIC CONSUMPTION’ movement'.

Issue No.4, page 9 – 'From 'Shiny New Objects' to 'Fear of Missing Out': Marketing as a form of psychological abuse'.

Issue No.4, pages 10/11 – 'Wild tea making and the revolt against the machine'.

Issue No.6, page 1 – 'The Ecological 'Lie of the Land''.

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Keyword index: 'Social Media'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

Issue No.4, pages 2/3 – 'Are You ‘WEIRD?’: The answer may surprise you!'.

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Keyword index: 'Surveillance'.

Issue No.1, pages 6-8 – 'The Next Frontier’ for Neoliberal Economics: The Elimination of Cash'.

Issue No.4, page 1 – 'Thank you for calling UNTECH SUPPORT ...we value your dependency!'.

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Keyword index: 'Technocracy'.

Issue No.2, pages 3/4 – 'Truth and the rise of green technocracy'.

Issue No.5, page 1 – 'Research for the End of Your 'Normal' Everyday Existence'.

Issue No.5, page 16 – 'The zombie pro-nuclear lobby'.

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Keyword index: 'Temporary Autonomous Zone (TAZ)'.

Issue No.6, page 11 – 'A truly ecological society cannot exist while proprietary rights persist'.

Issue No.6, page 12 – 'Change is hard; but in the near future inaction will be a lot worse'.

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Keyword index: 'United Nations'.

Issue No.6, page 3 – 'Universal Declaration of Rights of Mother Earth'.

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Keyword index: 'Universal Basic Income'.

Issue No.1, pages 10/11 – 'Corona Virus versus Universal Basic Income: Twin Failures of Modernity'.

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Keyword index: 'Veganism/Vegetarianism'.

Issue No.2, page 11 – 'The trouble with ‘consumer vegans’'.

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Keyword index: 'Zero Carbon Britain'.

Issue No.1, page 2 – 'Progress is not a copper-bottomed certainty'.

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