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Renormalization – Taking the Sharp End

What is normal? And how do we adapt to the changes before us?

“The messed up weather we’ve had this winter makes climbs harder and rarer to form, but renormalization has become a concept in my life that transcends climbing. Emotions are heightened, patience is lacking – so much has changed and needs to be embraced. Nothing is as it once was.”

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Source: Taking the Sharp End
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