Environment

Dane Wigington – Geoengineering: The End of All Life

March 10, 2014

Dane Wigington has dedicated his life to expose the short- and long-term threats posed by geoengineering, including massive plant and animal die-off and escalating human health concerns.

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Carol & Don Croft – Orgone Energy and Transmutation

December 2, 2013

Carol and Don Croft make beautiful orgone energy products that transmute toxic land and sea environments into thriving ecosystems. We discuss their book The Life Etheric, aerosol spraying, and advanced technologies.

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John Droz Jr. – The Unraveling of Science

October 17, 2013

John Droz Jr., the founder of the Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions and the author of the presentation Science Under Assault, appears on the show to discuss what science is (and isn’t) and talk about the distinctions between science and engineering. Kim comes forward with her findings after producing over 30 segments on climate.

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Daniel Hathaway – Trash Is Treasure

July 8, 2013

“If I take a cup and put it into a trash bag, it is immediately turned to garbage,” Daniel Hathaway says, lamenting the ease with which goods become trash. The “Recycling King” outlines a new paradigm for whole systems waste management, zero waste, and biodynamic agriculture.

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Sam Milham – Dirty Electricity and Disease

June 10, 2013

Sam Milham, M.D., M.P.H. was the first scientist to alert the world to the dangers of dirty electricity. Tune in as he explains our power grid and shares his insights about the steps we can take to protect ourselves against dirty electricity.

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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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Thomas Watson – Magnetism and Climate Change

January 14, 2013

An insightful comment on our segment Sea Level Basics by research scientist Thomas Watson, the Director of Omega Motor Corporation, prompted us to explore the role of magnetism in climate change.

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Dr. Tim Ball – Climate, NOAA, and Free Speech

January 1, 2013

Dr. Tim Ball is currently facing two lawsuits that will set critical precedents for free speech about the organizations behind the anthropogenic global warming (AGW) theory. Join us as we discuss the most prominent voices in the official climate change dialogue.

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George Swanson – Living, Breathing Buildings

June 12, 2012

Buildings in Europe and Asia have been known to last from 300 to 3,000 years. Why do American buildings last only 30? According to George Swanson, the problem is that our buildings are usually made of cheap, harmful, subsidized chemicals.

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Dr. Tim Ball – Climate Change and Weather Impact History

March 14, 2012

Our ability to prepare for and survive sudden environmental changes could never be more important than it is today. Dr. Tim Ball talks about the role of climate and weather in shaping human history.

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