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April 29, 2011  

Today's guest is Professor Nicholas Kardaras and he is a certified psychotherapist who has specialized in addiction and transpersonal studies in consciousness. He is a clinical professor at Stony Brook University and an adjunct professor of consciousness studies at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Palo Alto CA.

Nick is also a former AAU National Karate champion. At one time he was also one of New York City’s most successful nightclub owners until addiction and a near death experience led him to a journey into studies of psychology, consciousness and spirituality. He is the author of the recent book “How Plato and Pythagoras Can Save Your Life: The Ancient Greek Prescription for Health and Happiness.”

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April 28, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. David Rasnick and he is medical researcher specializing in AIDS, cancer, protease inhibitors and clinical diagnostics. He was the first scientist to synthesis peptidyl-fluoromethanes, inhibitors of cysteine proteases used to destroy tissue related to arthritis, cancer and various parasites. In 1978, he helped establish the Diagnostic chemistry group at Abbott Laboratories and was a founder of Enzyme Systems Products and Prototek. After leaving Khepri Pharmaceuticals as a senior scientist, David, along with his colleague Dr. Peter Duesberg at the University of California at Berkeley, David further developed the aneuploidy theory of cancer, which pertains to chromosomal imbalance. Over the years he has been a sharp critic of the current dominant AIDS hypothesis, has been a former President of the group Rethinking AIDS and was a member of the Presidential AIDS Advisory Panel of South Africa started by President Thabo Mbeki.

www.DavidRasnick.com

Also, we have Martin Barnes and he has been a volunteer for the science organization Rethinking AIDS for the past four years and directs its public relations activities. He resides in the south of France and is the editor of "The AIDS Trap", which has been translated into five languages and is illustrated by the famous underground comic artist and AIDS dissident R. Crumb.

www.Maisondemartin.com and www.TheAIDSTrap.com

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April 28, 2011  

Guest: Janine Roberts

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April 27, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. Len Saputo and he is a board certified physician in internal medicine and the Founder and Medical Director of Health Medicine Foundation in California, a nonprofit education foundation of integral healthcare providers and community leaders dedicated to a holistic vision of wellness. He has been practicing since 1965 after graduating from Duke University’s medical school.

Dr. Saputo is a renowned expert in photonic stimulation therapy for a wide range of diseases and detoxification. He is also an expert in sports medicine and has twice been ranked as the number one senior tennis player in the world by the International Tennis Federation.

He has co-authored several books on natural wellness health, his most recent being “A Return to Healing: Radical Health Care Reform and the Future of Medicine” which is a detailed critique of the dominant conventional medical establishment and paradigm, how it is a dismal failure, and what an integral approach to healing can provide to make it more humane, healthy and sustainable.

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April 26, 2011  
April 25, 2011  

Today's guest is Darrell Rogers and he is the Communications Director with the Alliance for Natural Health- USA, which has been at the forefront for spearheading amendments to the Senate 510 Food Safety Bill, but ultimately wants it defeated. Matt has a higher degree in Government studies from Catholic University in Washington DC and has worked in public policy and public affairs issues with Senatorial campaigning and on Capitol Hill. He has also worked as a political affairs specialist for one of the largest political consulting firms in DC.

www.ANH-USA.org

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April 22, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. Vandana Shiva and she is an internationally renown environmental and social activist, and was formerly one of India’s top nuclear physicists. She has been credited as the principle founding leader of India’s ecological and ecofeminism movement. In 1982 Dr. Shiva founded the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology in New Delhi, which led to the creation of Navdanya (again, all “a”s are softly pronounced) – an organization dedicated to the restoration of organic farming across India and the preservation of indigenous knowledge and culture. She is also one of the leaders on the board of the International Forum on Globalization with Ralph Nader, Maude Barlow and Jerry Mander.

For several decades, Vandana has fought for changes in the globalized practices of agriculture and food. She has traveled the world speaking against biopiracy of indigenous foods and their medicinal properties by large agricultural and pharmaceutical corporations. Her activist efforts have created grassroots organizations throughout the developing world to counter genetic engineering of crops, as well as empower women throughout the third world.

Dr. Shiva has received numerous international awards, including the Alternative Nobel Prize (the Right Livelihood Award), the UNEP’s Global 500 Award and the UN’s Earth Day International Award.

Among her more important books are “Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace”, “Manifestos on the Future of Food and Seed”, and her most recent “Soil Not Oil” Environmental Justice in an Age of Climate Crisis”.

Also, we David Korten, Naomi Klein and Jeffrey Smith during the second half of the program to participate in a panel discussion.

Dr. David Korten has become of our nation’s important visionary economists, historians and critics of free-market globalization in the progressive community. He is former professor of Harvard University’s School of Business. For several decades he has lived on different continents in international development projects , mostly in south and southeast asia. David is the founder of Yes Magazine and the Positive Futures Network. He has written many important books, and most recently “The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community” and “An Agenda for a New Economy.” His website is www.GreatTurning.org

Naomi Klein is an awarding winning journalist and author of the New York Times and international bestseller, “The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism”, which has also been made into a documentary film. In a 2005 internet poll, Naomi was ranked 11th of the top global intellectuals living today and in a listing of top thinkers by Foreign Policy Magazine, was the highest ranked woman. She is a former Miliband Fellow at the London School of Economics and holds an honorary Doctor of Civil Law from the University of King’s College in Nova Scotia. Recently she has teamed up with environmental activist Bill McKibben, who has appeared on this program many times, to promote the 350.org to reduce carbon emissions.

Jeffrey Smith is one of our foremost experts on the health and environmental risks of genetically modified organisms, and is a leading watch-dog over corporate agricultural industry’s manipulation of GMO genetic science and public opinion. He is the founding director of the Institute for Responsible Technology, a research and corporate watch organization devoted to informing the public about the truth of GMO foods and technology. His two books -- “Seeds of Deception” and “Genetic Roulette” -- have become international best-sellers for critiquing GMO science and the industry.

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April 21, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. Len Saputo and he is a board certified physician in internal medicine and the Founder and Medical Director of Health Medicine Foundation in California, a nonprofit education foundation of integral healthcare providers and community leaders dedicated to a holistic vision of wellness. He has been practicing since 1965 after graduating from Duke University’s medical school.

Dr. Saputo is a renowned expert in photonic stimulation therapy for a wide range of diseases and detoxification. He is also an expert in sports medicine and has twice been ranked as the number one senior tennis player in the world by the International Tennis Federation.

He has co-authored several books on natural wellness health, his most recent being “A Return to Healing: Radical Health Care Reform and the Future of Medicine” which is a detailed critique of the dominant conventional medical establishment and paradigm, how it is a dismal failure, and what an integral approach to healing can provide to make it more humane, healthy and sustainable.

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April 20, 2011  

Today's guest is Professor Martin Nowak and he is a professor of biology and mathematics at Harvard University and director of the school’s Program for Evolutionary Dynamics. His research has focused on evolutionary processes related to diseases such as cancer and viral infections, and spatial game and win-lose dynamics. He was the first to develop a mathematical model for understanding the evolution of human language. After receiving his doctorate at the University of Vienna in Austria, Prof. Nowak has taught at Oxford and Princeton before joining Harvard. He has authored over 300 peer reviewed papers and received many awards.

His recent work – “Super Cooperators: Altruism, Evolution and Why We Need Each Other to Succeed” explores the role of cooperation in the evolution of life beyond the popular evolutionary theory of competition and selfishness.

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April 19, 2011  

Today's guest is Professor Sandra Steingraber and she is an internationally recognized biologist, environmentalist, poet and activist in the tradition of Rachel Carson. She is a professor at Ithaca College in upstate New York and was named by Utne Reader as one of the top 25 visionaries changing our world in 2010.

As a cancer survivor, having protracted bladder cancer at the age of 20, she has researched thoroughly cancer clusters associated with industrial pollution and has written extensively on the drop in the age of puberty among girls, agricultural famines, cancer and the environment. She has written several important books that have resulted in her being heralded as the next Rachel Carson by the Sierra Club, honorary doctorates, and named woman of the year by Ms Magazine.

Her most recent book is “Raising Elijah: Protecting our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis”.

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