Arnie Gundersen – Nuclear Power Insider Blows the Whistle

April 19, 2011

Nuclear engineering and safety expert Arnie Gundersen is a nuclear industry insider and whistleblower. He shares the true state of affairs at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant and how regulation really works.

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Dr. Helen Caldicott – Nuclear Awakenings

April 4, 2011

Dr. Helen Caldicott, the mother of the anti-nuclear revolution, outlines the risks inherent in nuclear technology and materials.

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Cal Orey – Meet an Earthquake Sensitive

March 18, 2011

Earthquake sensitive and author Cal Orey offers her perspectives on earthquake epicenters, the radiation scenario, and Japan’s dilemma.

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Jim Berkland – Earthquakes Are Predictable

March 17, 2011

Geologist Jim Berkland explains how he has been able to predict earthquakes with an accuracy of over 75%, and tells us what happens to the magnetic fields of the Earth and the Moon prior to an earthquake.

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Kyoko Tanaka – Growing Concerns Inside Japan

March 16, 2011

Save Japan Dolphins team member Kyoko Tanaka gives us an insider’s look at the state of Japan following the chain of disasters that has befallen the island nation.

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Dr. Tim Ball – Glacier Science 101

March 12, 2011

Dr. Tim Ball explains the geological, climatological, and historical data on glacier activity to help us separate fact from fiction.

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Dr. Nicola Scafetta – Climate Computer Modeling Problems & Distortions

March 2, 2011

Dr. Nicola Scafetta identifies problems in current climate computer modeling and explains the sun’s role in the climate system.

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Jim Witt – Weather Forecasting Breakthrough

February 13, 2011

Meteorologist and teacher Jim Witt explains his long range weather forecasting paradigm, which factors in the harmonics of the sun, moon, and planets.

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Dr. Don Easterbrook – Global Cooling & The Food Supply

January 13, 2011

Western Washington University professor emeritus Don Easterbrook discusses global cooling from a geological perspective and offers insight on carbon dioxide.

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Philip Lymbery – Compassion in World Farming

December 14, 2010

Compassion in World Farming CEO Philip Lymbery takes us on a journey through the world of industrial farming. Why are food animals treated so poorly?

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