Author Archives: Anthropophagus

Planning is Good: Noah’s Ark(s), 2.0

Noah was the last of the Old Testament patriarchs who listened to divine instructions for saving humans and animals from a giant flood. Most cultures around the world have a similar story. I think the oldest known one is that … Continue reading

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Review: Paarlberg’s Starved for Science

Published in 2008, Robert Paarlberg’s Starved for Science: How Biotechnology is Being Kept out of Africa is a critique of the international reluctance to using scientific agriculture and GMO’s in food aid. The United States and Europe have sustained abundant crop … Continue reading

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