Academia

Dr. Don Easterbrook: Data, Dogma, and Discovery

May 6, 2013

After Dr. Don Easterbrook testified before the Senate Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committee regarding climate change, the scientific community – including faculty at Western Washington University – ran character assassination pieces about him in Associated Press. Dr. Easterbrook and astrophysicist Dr. Gordon Fulks present a whole systems approach to understanding climate change, and discuss the difference between data and dogma.

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Walter Littlemoon and Randy Vasquez – Finding Light in the Thick, Dark Fog

March 3, 2012

Most Americans are familiar with the dishonor that marked our forefathers’ dealings with the Native Americans. Lakota Sioux native Walter Littlemoon knows from personal experience that it continued well into the 20th century.

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John Taylor Gatto – Compulsory Schooling & Mass Instruction

February 25, 2011

Author John Taylor Gatto, a former NY State teacher of the year, discusses the formal agenda behind public education.

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Michael Cremo – The Forbidden Archaeologist

November 29, 2010

Michael Cremo, the author of The Forbidden Archaeologist, discusses the case for extreme human antiquity and problems with the theory of evolution.

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Gavin Menzies and Dr. Tim Ball – Examining Peer Review

April 22, 2010

1421 author Gavin Menzies and climatologist Dr. Tim Ball discuss the specific problems of the peer review process and the academic perversion of true discovery.

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Andy Mackie – Inspiration Through Music

February 15, 2010

The founder of the Andy Mackie Foundation has given away over 16,000 harmonicas to spread the joy of music to children. Tune in for his inspiring story!

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