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Shoot, Shovel, Shut Up, and Smile for the Camera

Civilian use of aerial drone surveillance is a reality that is quickly approaching, and this is great news for litigious environmental groups.  Currently, if an environmental group wants to surveil farmers or any other group that is utilizing natural resources, they have to go through a burdensome FOIA process, and hope that agencies like the EPA give them more information …

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A Tale of Two Cities: Boise vs. Boston

Measuring the economic impact of federally owned land can be done in a variety of ways, but any analysis will likely end up being reductive.  The primary reason is because such an analysis can only measure what is known about past allocation of resources and compare them to present allocations.  This typically involves enthusiasts for oil, gas, and mineral extraction …

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The Great Comeback of the Gastric Brooding Frog

From inception, the Post Scarcity Alliance has recognized that genetic engineering will play an increasingly vital role in preserving endangered species and ultimately causing an explosion of biodiversity.  There have been several stories over the last few weeks about recent developments in genetic engineering of extinct species. Here is a sampling of some of these articles: Reviving the Wooly Mammoth …

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