Dr. Bruce Lipton is an international authority on the emerging biology into cellular activity and the interface between science and spirituality. From 1987 to 1992 he was a researcher at Stanford University School of Medicine. Among his discoveries was identifying a mechanism in cells that function like a brain and the founding of a field of cellular biology known as epigenetics. Today Dr. Lipton is recognized as a leading voice in the New Biology and Mind-Body Medicine. A decade ago, Bruce’s book “The Biology of Belief” became a landmark work uniting mind-body and cellular science with spirituality and introduced the latest discoveries in molecular biology, quantum physics and the emerging field of epigenetics. His other books include “Spontaneous Evolution” and “The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth.” You can learn more about Bruce, his online courses and his speaking appearances at his website: BruceLipton.com
On "The Gary Null Show" Gary does a quick but excellent health and healing segment and then reads an original article from himself and our great staff members, Richard Gale and Jeremy Stillman. Listen and read and enjoy!
On "The Gary Null Show" Gary does a quick but excellent health and healing segment and then reads an original article from himself and our great staff members, Richard Gale and Jeremy Stillman. Liasten and read and enjoy.
Gary goes to a break and plays a great music track: Donna Summer - Last Dance
Gary explains what is going on in Turkey but really will speak more tomorrow night at 7 pm Eastern Time
The Injection Deception: Deconstructing the Science of Vaccine Efficacy - Gary Null, PhD, Richard Gale and Jeremy Stillman
On "The Gary Null Show" Gary does a quick health and healing to give more time to his guest all the way from Germany, F. William Engdahl. Enjoy and listen and take notes
Gary takes a quick break to play: KC & The Sunshine Band - That's The Way (I Like It)
Gary reads a nice letter from 1995. Then introduces his guest and here is a quick bio:
F. William Engdahl is an award winning geopolitical analyst, strategic risk consultant and author who specializes on the rise of the US as an international superpower. His writings deal with empire building through the roles of financial control of global banking, the food chain, medicine and bio engineering and energy, primarily oil. He holds a degree in politics from Princeton University and did graduate work in comparative economics at Stockholm University in Sweden. He has taught at Beijing University and lectured widely at business and economic institutions throughout the world including Russia, Turkey, London, Croatia and elsewhere. His articles appear in Global-research, New Eastern Outlook, Asia Times, Financial Sesnse, RT among others. William has written many important books, his latest being “The Lost Hegemon: Whom the Gods Would Destroy” which provides a history of the US intelligence’s relationship with the origins of Islamic terrorist and jihadi organizations and movements. His website is WilliamEngdahl.com
On "The Gary Null Show" Gary gave us an update on health and healing as well as having the great journalist, Greg Palast, and a few videos of what is going on in the world today. Enjoy, listen and read.
Gary takes a break and plays this great tune: Gibson Brothers - Cuba. Gary returns to speak with his guest, Greg Palast, a great journalist, and here is a quick bio:
Greg Palast is a journalist’s journalist whose news breaking stories and investigations have appeared on BBC, the Guardian, Al-Jazeera, now Rolling Stone and others. The British Tribune K has called Greg “the most important investigative journalist in our time.” Greg broke the stories of voter theft in Florida districts during the 2000 Bush-Gore election, BP’s corruption over the Deep Horizon catastrophe in the Gulf, Bush’ secret pre-invasion plans to capture Iraq’s oil fields, and US’s attempted coups against Hugo Chavez. He has won many awards including the George Orwell award for Courage in Journalism. Greg is the author of NY Times Bestsellers “Billionaires and Ballot Bandits” and “Armed Madhouse” and “Vulture’s Picnic. His new feature documentary – the Best Democracy Money Can Buy: A Tale of Billionaires and Ballot Bandits will premiere next Wednesday, July 27 at the Democratic Alternative Convention in Philadelphia at 8:30 pm. You can read more of Greg’s reports at GregPalast.com
VIDEO: Seeds Monsanto in Iraq
America’s Frackopoly – hydrofrackings dangers and why it continues to be popular
Wenonah Hauter is the Executive Director of Food and Water Watch, a non profit organization based in Washington DC campaigning for clean health food, safe water and sustainable energy. In addition to being one of the nation’s leading health food advocates, she also owns and operates and organic farm in the Virginia mountains. Prior to taking charge of Food and Water Watch, Wenonah served as the Director of Public Citizen’s Energy and Environmental Program, was the environmental policy director of Citizen Action, and was a senior organizer for Union of Concerned Scientists. Her recent book – “Frackopoly: The Battle For the Future of Energy and the Environment” – provides a concise history into the origins, technology and consequences of hydraulic fracking for natural gas and the powerful interest groups and corporations that enable fracking to continue to destroy and contaminate our environment. Her websites are WenonahHauter.org and FoodAndWaterWatch.org
Gary does the latest in health and healing and more
On "The Gary Null Show" today, Gary spoke on health and healing and then state of the world as we know it. Turkey, recycling and vaccines. Great show. Enjoy.
NAD+ Cell regenerator - We are not promoting the ad in this link, its just good information for everyone to know.
Gary takes a quick music break and plays: When somebody loves you back - Tedddy Pendergrass
Dr. Victor Rodriguez is a professor of sociology and anthropology in the Chicano and Latino Studies Department at California State University where he specializes in the racialization of Latino identity, and colonialism and political economics of Puerto Rico. In the past the has taught Latino politics at the University of California at Irvine, Concordia University and Metropolitan University in Puerto Rico. Prof. Rodriguez’s articles and opeds have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Hispanic Magazine, Counterpunch, Politico, Dissident Voice and others. Victor has written several books that deal with the politics of race, gender and class in the Mexican and Puerto Rican experience, he last being “The Racialization of Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans and Asians from the 1890s to 1930s.