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(June/July 2013) Welcome to the DIMFORMATION Age! From the desk of Ned Mudd, Reporting From the Crawlspace of History

Thanks to Survival International’s dazzling website, Peru’s “uncontacted tribes” are now cyber-connected to the rest of their fellow hominids. And the news coming from the dense forests of the Amazon isn’t good. Especially if you’re a member of one of those so-called uncontacted tribes. The Cacataibo, Isconahua, Mashco-Piro, and others, are facing cultural extinction thanks to our species’ lust for the grease that powers the so-called developed world. Of course, I speak of oil. Just wait until the tribes get a load of fracking!*

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