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  1. Rod, do you have any figures on the amounts the antis receive from oil-based foundations? I am curious if they have actually given enough money to make a difference. For example, I recall that Greenpeace’s greatest fundraising coup was in the aftermath of the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior by the French.

  2. Robert:

    Detailed figures are difficult or impossible to obtain. I do know that Greenpeace has been operating with an annual budget approaching or in excess of $100 million per year for several decades. In 2006, Greenpeace’s total income around the world was $171 million and they had more than $125 million in cash in the bank at the end of the year. That kind of money does not come from short lived fund raising “coups”.

    You can find their annual reports on the web at http://www.greenpeace.org/international/about/reports

  3. letsburn00 (Nice user name. I also would like to burn nothing.)

    I have been having the same issue with iTunes for this episode. When I first posted the show, I included the wrong URL in the show link. I have corrected that and the show will now download properly from thepodcastnetwork site, but iTunes has apparently stored a cache copy of the original blog post that contains the wrong URL. The error message that I am getting tells me that iTunes is looking in the wrong place for the show file.

    Does anyone know how to correct this? I can think of a work around that I will use, but I would love to figure out how to clear the iTunes cache if there is an error like this.

  4. Hey, great show, though he seemed a bit confused when you mentioned slave labour in Brazil. I think you prob should have mentioned the difference between virtual slave labour and actual(as in

  5. Hi Rod,

    great interview as always 🙂 However I’d be careful to say that fission is a new technology as compared to computers: the first transistor was created in 1947, which is after the fission in 1942.

    cheers

    Ondrej