Paul Haeder, Author

writing, interviews, editing, blogging

NOTE: Every once in a while a lighter version of my look at people best illustrates the struggle people make to somehow set their own narratives in a pretty harsh world of economic and social injustices. Yes, this person is young and naive, but isn’t that a majority of the word now — young and …

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Should We Trust Science? Conference celebrates how the ocean connects to all of us — coastlines, people, cultures by Paul Haeder / November 13th, 2019 Scientists working on the issue have often told me that, once upon a time, they assumed, if they did their jobs, politicians would act upon the information. That, of course, …

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International Scientist Moors His Work on Whales at Newport “New information breakthroughs for me are exhilarating. Working with all that whale data is like looking into the dark with a flashlight. It’s work that is able to contribute new information to the field.” – OSU Whale Researcher, Daniel Palacios Whaling’s first commercial iteration with harpoons …

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dirty genes, epigenetics, maladaptive Western diets & lifestyles, environmental factors play into our chronic illness problem So the presumption was that you really just need your basic macronutrients – carbohydrates, proteins, fats, etc., and the mitochondria will take care of everything. What is ignored is that to get from those macronutrients to ATP you actually …

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Czechoslovakia to Chile, Back to Oregon Coast Local woman’s fight for aerial spray ban is her sense of purpose We’re being accused of being eco-terrorists. But the way the laws are right now, the corporations have priority over the citizens’ right to defend their own health and safety. That’s terrorism. — Newport resident Maria Sause …

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An electronic umbilical cord Alternative Radio star David Barsamian comes to Newport for Rise Up & Resist The lifeblood of alternative radio is sometimes the celebrity that they create among themselves. And on Monday, Oct. 7, Lincoln County’s KYAQ radio station will welcome one of the biggest stars from the bottom of the dial as …

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