Adventures in New York politics / advocacy
GMOs and Environmental Safety and Toxins
Health Issues, HIV/AIDS, the Pandemic And Their Connections
Also insight into changes in the computer industry
Frank Stoppenbach was a computer industry strategist, conventional life, playing key roles at several important junctures in computers (minicomputer, PC, Unix workstation). One day in 1984, a front page Times article was headlined “FDA Warns the Dairy Industry Not to Label Milk Hormone-Free”. Leading to an eventual 10,000 signer petition to label GMO milk, a New York congressional run, several legislative races, possible election fraud, court cases, and more. And to other efforts on the environment / toxins, health issues, HIV/AIDS, and the pandemic, and some common threads running through them. With insight on how decisions are made (or not made) in government, politics, and business. When the pandemic first began, in early 2020, he raised questions then that are now beginning to be accepted widely.