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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Dr. Piet Martens – The Solar Return

January 10, 2012

Dr. Piet Martens discusses new tools for identifying and predicting solar storms, sunspots, coronal mass ejections, and other solar events.

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Dr. Karl Maret – The Health Impact of Smart Meters

October 17, 2011

Dove Health Alliance president Karl Maret M.D. lays out the details of smart meters, an unsettling new addition to the electromagnetic pollution problem.

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Talal Jabari – The Proliferation of Cell Towers

September 15, 2011

Documentary film producer Talal Jabari discusses his new film Full Signal: The Hidden Cost of Cell Phones and the impacts of cellular technology on human health.

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Dr. Piers Corbyn – Revolutionary Climate Predictions

July 30, 2011

Meteorologist Piers Corbyn, the owner of Weather Action, shares his insights into advanced weather and climate prediction, carbon dioxide, and the ice age cycle.

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Joe D'Aleo – Weather, Agriculture, Energy, & Industry

June 18, 2011

ICECAP.US founder Joe D’Aleo returns to the show to discuss the impact of weather on industry and his new venture, Weatherbell.

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Timothy Hickey – Friends of Water

May 24, 2011

Friends of Water founder Timothy Hickey discusses chlorine vs. chloramine, chemical additives in water supplies, contaminants, and water filtration.

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Dr. Patrick Moore – The Greenpeace Dropout Speaks

May 17, 2011

Greenspirit founder Dr. Patrick Moore, a former environmental activist and key member of Greenpeace, explains his departure from the organization and discusses his work for a sustainable future.

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Climate Change: The Whole Enchilada

April 22, 2011

Since October 2009, It’s Rainmaking Time!® has been conducting a formal inquiry into the science and politics behind climate change. We invite you to trace our steps through this controversial topic.

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