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Dan Vasey is a home brewer and reformed academic, living in Australia and retired from teaching after stints in Colorado, Papua New Guinea and Iowa. An anthropologist and human ecologist, his research specialty has been population and agriculture. Published works include An Ecological History of Agriculture: 10,000 BC – A.D. 10,000 and scholarly articles on indigenous agriculture in Oceania and on Icelandic population history. Recently he has been an editor and writer for the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability. Construction of his website on alternative futures is behind schedule.

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//www.flickr.com/photos/92483809@N08/13938683652/: Camden Town Brewery Tuesday, April 22, 2014 (1 comments)     

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Small Business, Big Capitalism, and Beer The big American breweries stifled beer choice, to the detriment of quality. When craft brewers and the remaining independents struck back with varied and flavorful beers, the big corporations moved to gain monopoly control of beer distribution. Now big beer corporations have gone global, and so has the battle for choice and against monopolies.

Japan Fukushima Fallout Map Saturday, January 25, 2014 (1 comments)     

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How Technologies Go Bad: Nukes and Genetically-Modified Crops Dangerous technologies in profit-driven hands and operated by fallible humans threaten health and the environment. In today's world of multinationals and revolving doors between industries and their regulators, the combination is all too common and abuses certain to occur. Nuclear power and genetically-modified (GM) crops are exhibits A and B.

//www.flickr.com/photos/7278633@N04/9296077925/: Florida's Stand Your Ground Law Saturday, July 20, 2013 (44 comments)     

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Vigilantism Killed Trayvon Martin The saddest and scariest aspect of the Zimmerman verdict is that it greenlights the vigilantism than stand-your-ground laws are already encouraging. I've experienced neighborhood crime -- every night. There are better ways to address it than going out armed and taking unilateral action.

//www.flickr.com/photos/75397401@N02/7288383110/: Roswell, NM Saturday, April 13, 2013 (5 comments)     

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E.T. Versus Old-Time Religion: No Showdown Soon Astronomers Discover Extraterrestrial Life. That's a headline you could see in the next few years. Preachers Close Churches, Kentucky Schools Drop Creationism. That one you won't see. We are not about to make contact with intelligent E.T.'s. The evidence of life that scientists are likely to produce will not be enough to move people who believe in the Book of Genesis, word for word.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 (2 comments)     

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When American Business Fights a Higher Minimum Wage, It's a Tragedy of the Commons Raising the minimum wage stimulates the economy and helps business, yet business groups fight it. They see only a higher wage bill. It's a tragedy of the commons, where individual pursuit of immediate gain harms nearly everyone.

Thursday, November 8, 2012 (1 comments)     

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The Right Wing's Mourning After A quick post-election tour of the Right's reaction to Obama's victory.

Monday, October 29, 2012 (1 comments)     

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Energy: Romney's Deceptions, Misleading Claims and Outright Lies Whether Romney and Obama is president,look for increased oil and gas production, and yet oil imports will continue unless American reduces consumption. Romney's energy plan turns rejects energy conservation and renewable energy. It's drill baby drill in the Arctic, the Gulf of Mexico, everywhere.

Saturday, September 8, 2012 (1 comments)     

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Vote Absentee and Forget About ID Republican policies on absentee voters reveal their concern over voter fraud is a sham. Few absentee voters have to provide ID, even in states that require photo ID at the polls, and the GOP has a history of looking the other way at absentee voter fraud. The explanation is that absentees, unlike poor people who lack ID, either lean GOP or vote like the general voting population.