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Wade Davis Massey Lectures

I have been listening to, and enjoying immensely, this years Massey Lectures by Wade Davis. Actually, the first lecture I did not enjoy so much, as it seemed to be put in as a nod to western science–it focuses largely on, I think the term was, genetic anthropology. Apparently, using information fromĀ  human genes, scientists can trace the broad migration patterns out of Africa of all peoples of the Earth. Anyhow, the lectures are great, and I am looking forward to hearing the fifth and final part.

how to steal a bike

This is entertaining:

But not as entertaining as this:

Military Coup in Honduras

I recently uploaded some articles by Dr. Juan Almendares to the Madre Tierra website.

Peacock Poverty Launched

Peacock Poverty, a new website”by and for poor people” in Toronto was launched last week. So far the postings and the website itself are very impressive.