Today's guest is Professor Amit Goswami and he is a theoretical nuclear physicist and a professor emeritus at the University of Oregon’s Institute for Theoretical Physics. He received his doctorate at the University of Calcutta in 1964 and has been teaching at Oregon since 1968. He is a self-styled multidisciplinary quantum scientist, who applies the principles of physics to multiple research areas: the history of paradigm shifts, the New Biology and genetics, psychology and medicine and the healing arts. His book the “Self Aware Universe” has been critically acclaimed among the major books addressing the correlation between quantum theory and consciousness.
Today's guest is Karen Ranzi and she is an author and teacher on nutrition, health and child development who has been working in the natural health movement for over 16 years in the field of nutrition, health, and child development. She is the Co-Founder of the non-profit organization, Health Liberties Network, which was organized to protect the freedoms of individuals and families in their health care choices, and is a Coordinator in the New Jersey Raw Food Support. In addition to her work in vegan nutrition, Karen holds a Masters degree in speech pathology from New York University. Her research has shown that switching to raw plant foods has the ability to heal children of learning disability, attention deficit disorder and autism.
Today's guest is Dr. Nancy Banks and she was trained in OBYN medicine and gynecological oncology at Harvard Medical School. She has been practicing general obstetrics and gynecology for twenty-five years and has been pursuing further degrees in homeopathy and naturopathy.
Today's guest is Tom Englehardt and he is the nation's most important writers and commentators on America's military adventures and their impact upon our culture and economy. He is founder of the Nation Institutes progressive blog, Tomsdispatch.com, and is a co-founder with Steve Frazer of the American Empire Project - a publishing endeavor to investigate the adverse effects America's imperial efforts have had on democracy, which includes notable individuals such as Noam Chomsky, Chalmers Johnson, and Michael Klare.
Today's guest is Dr. Hans Kugler and he is one of the pioneers in anti-aging medicine and stem cell research in particular.
Today's guest is Marilyn Heiman and she directs the Pew Environment Group's offshore energy program. Marilyn has 27 years of experience on natural resource policy issues. Last month, she gave Senate testimony on needed revisions to offshore drilling law. She was staff to the Exxon-Valdez Oil Spill Commission.
Today's guest is Dr. Gwynne Dyer and he is a Canadian historian with a doctorate in Military and Middle Eastern History from Kings College in London. As a scholar, in the he taught War Studies at the Royal Military Academy in the UK. Now a syndicated columnist for over 20 years, his writings appear in over 175 newspapers and magazines in 45 countries. His earlier book “War” was the basis for a television series aired on BBC and PBS.