Over at The Other Place I have ongoing discussions with Luigi (while we wait for the call from G****e) about the differences between momentary measures and long-term trends. He likes the former. I prefer the latter. 1 But when he IMed me to say we our Google-fu was powerful, I had to go over and check. And then I had to record what I saw. But here, in order to avoid possible hubris.

Screenshot showing Agro.biodiver.se.com in No 1 position in Google Search

That’s for “agricultural biodiversity,” which has always been my favoured term anyway. The galling part is that “agrobiodiversity” is not up there, and above it is a pure shell with, as yet, no content.

  1. Like all generalizations, that one isn't worth a damn.  

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