Harvey Wasserman

Harvey Wasserman is a safe energy activist and journalist/historian fighting for a renewable green future and restoration of democracy to the United States of America. Author or co-author of 6 books (4 on energy, 2 on US history), his latest effort is a Guide on how to build your own windfarm, co-authored with Dan Juhl (who has done just that). Harvey is senior advisor to Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service, and senior editor of The Columbus Free Press and www.freepress.org.
In 1974 Harvey coined the phrase "No Nukes" and helped organize early campaigns against the atomic power industry. He was a media spokesperson for the Clamshell Alliance, which led mass demonstrations against reactors being built at Seabrook, New Hampshire, and for Musicians United for Safe Energy, which staged 5 concerts in Madison Square Garden in 1979 shortly after the disaster at Three Mile Island. In 1994 he spoke to 350,000 semi-conscious rock fans at Woodstock 2. He has been a frequent speaker at both Starwood and WinterStar.

Is What You Drink Killing You or Healing You?

Are you part of the Amerika that's addicted to diet drinks and is perpetually de-hydrated without knowing it? Our bodies---like our Earth---are 70% water. Our number one cause of disease is the horrific array of chemical beverages we consume, and the de-hydration we suffer. There is no more lethal mass-consumed toxin than aspartame. There are also few things that do our Earth more harm than the $15 billion/year bottled water industry. And there is no better water we can drink than Kangen/Enagic. Imbibe them all at this hydro-ponic gathering.

Obama, Energy, the BP Apocalypse and the Road to Solartopia

The out-of-control BP abomination pouring into the Gulf of Mexico and our oceans beyond could indeed signal the "end of the world as we know it." The Administration's too-little-too-late response warns us again how thoroughly the corporations dominate our government and our planet. A totally green-powered Solartopia is technologically within our grasp. But politically and culturally, we have a long way to go? Will there be time? Let's decide.

Was George Washington a Gay Potsmoker?

The prospects of legalization of marijuana are closer than ever now in California and Washington State. Some 14 states have legalized pot for medical or other purposes. Yet the far bigger cash crop---hemp---remains banned. And Americans have still not come to grips with the fact that George Washington, Tom Jefferson and the rest of our founding farmers raised and loved prodigious quantities of hemp, some of which they almost certainly smoked. As for George being gay?......you'll just have to ask....

















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