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James Danckert, tells me that the argument that boredom itself begets creativity is misguided. And indeed, it has been linked to far more destructive behaviour and violence. But creating space in the mind for at least the possibility of boredom is vital.

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[…]we have Instagram filters, the Victorians had their own curious accessory, the Claude glass, where upon arriving at a beauty spot, sightseers would turn their back to the view while holding up a plano-convex mirror that reflected a simplified, tinted version of the scenery.

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Critics believed such aesthetic consumption “reduced the great sights of the world to little bubbles of manufactured feeling”

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Carmakers face fierce battle for lithium until 2030, warns top producer https://t.co/0yr3pdatbI

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“Lithium mining projects typically take between six and 19 years from an initial feasibility study to actual production, the longest of any of the technologies involved in electric batteries, according to a report last month from the International Energy Agency.”

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“It’s systemic for a pretty long period of time,” Masters said of the challenge facing the industry. “For seven to eight years it stays pretty tight.”