Randy Dutton is a retired Navy Supply Corps Commander, an inventor and former vice president of a high-tech packaging company. He has worked as a supervisor at the Port of Long Beach and owned Creative Solutions, a management consulting company. In 2008, Randy ran for the Washington State Legislature in an effort to improve government efficiency, something he was able to do successfully in the military units in which he served.
Working from their large property on the edge of the Olympic Peninsula rainforest, he and his science journalist wife spend much of their time reading and writing about new technology. He has been engaged in the community for the past several years, having served as Scoutmaster for his identical twin sons, now both Eagles, who are serving in the Air National Guard while attending college.
His passion is identifying problems and arriving at workable solutions, often using evolving technology, or just plain common sense.
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by Randy Dutton
Price: $0.99 USD. 10530 words.
Published on March 16, 2012. Fiction.
Pink Slime has America in an uproar. It is the derogatory term for ground-up slaughterhouse meat scraps that is a ammonia sanitized. An investigative Reporter Digger Cavanaugh has his lunch ruined when a TV report describes what's in 70% of America's ground beef. He feels betrayed by the USDA and investigates pink slime. His investigation takes him up the food chain. Things are not as he thought.
The Carbon Trap
by Randy Dutton
Price: $4.99 USD. 132790 words.
Published on January 30, 2012. Fiction.
This is the first ecological thriller that has environmental extremists endangering Earth's biosphere by implementing CO2 reduction through genetic engineering technology. Under the guise of meeting the UN's global warming dictates, new species are created and released that will increasingly trap CO2 and sequester it in the ocean depths.
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