Contact & Permissions

I feel like this blog is a public service; as of the present moment, I don't imagine I'll ever derive any monetary or professional value from it.  But one never knows - and besides, these are my words, and I work pretty hard on both the blog itself and making sure I know enough to be useful. So, I would ask that you respect my rights, if you would, and just ask for (and receive) permission before republishing content from this blog in a for-profit context, or if you intend to alter anything in your own nonprofit context.  Also, if you quote or cite me, please link me - just courtesy.

If you have questions, comments, inquiries, or just care to chat there are a million ways to contact me.  You can of course comment on one of my posts or, alternatively, can contact me by e-mail (for this blog I use my work e-mail -, or visit the AaPS Facebook page, or you can shoot a tweet over on the AaPS Twitter page.



  1. Prof:

    Any thoughts on this alleged radar system hidden in a huge shipment of brown sugar from Cuba bound for North Korea?


    Travis L. Brannon

    1. Travis, I honestly haven't had the chance to think on this one yet (and just now saw the comment - apologies for the tardiness), but I can say it isn't particularly surprising - one of the oldest stories is that the nations on the "outs" cooperate insofar as they are able if for no other reason than they have no other friends!


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