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If you don’t know the ASAP Science guys you should check out their site. They take on topics such diverse topics as morning people vs night owls to colony collapse (see above) and do so in an informative, fun, easy to understand … Continue reading
The Perennial Plate is now working on The Victory Garden’s Edible Feast for PBS this is a short story from one of the episodes that will be aired in full on a PBS affiliate near you. It makes me angry that … Continue reading
Bill Maher speaking truth to evil corporations and giving us all perspective.
This reminds me of the action ACT-UP did back in 87 to close down Wall Street for a day to protest the criminal negligence of pharmaceutical companies and their glacial pace in developing AIDS drugs. Of course the difference here is that … Continue reading
Not everyone shares my passion for organic farming and my deep concern about the devastating effects of GMO crops. Oddly, when I have to answer critics I find I don’t have a shopping list of things to counter them with, … Continue reading
I wanted to post a clip here from Rachel Maddow’s show tonight about the GMO labeling ballot initiative in Washington, but WordPress apparently doesn’t allow me to embed videos from MSNBC so until they Gods from Tech support write me … Continue reading