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July 15, 2011  

Dr. Judy Wood is a former professor at Clemson University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, specializing in the research of thermal stress and deformation analysis with optical imaging, biomaterial composition, and biomimicry. She is an expert in the field of interferometry, an optical method of stress analysis to determine interference patterns and their effects. She has authored over 60 peer reviewed research papers.

Dr. Wood has applied her scientific expertise, since the time of 911, to conduct what is probably the most thorough forensic study on the collapse of the world trade towers – based on over 40,000 images, video clips, volumes of witness testimonies. Her findings led her to file a federal qui tam case for science fraud against the contractors who controlled the official 911 Commission report. Her research has been published in a 500 page book, “Where Did the Towers Go?: Evidence of Directed Free-Energy Technology on 911.”

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July 14, 2011  

Guest today is Joshua Kors, a multi-award winning investigative reporter for The Nation magazine, focusing on military and veterans issues. His reporting on scandals and medical fraud within the Veterans and military’s health policies brought him national attention – and has been covered on ABC. His testimony before the House VA Committee resulted in the Pentagon’s investigation into the military’s torture of American soldier in the manner of torture inflicted on captured terrorists. Joshua most recently received the prestigious Hume Award from the National Press Club. He has also received the George Polk Award, the Mental Health Media Award, the National Magazine Award and others and has been featured in the Best Magazine Writing from the American Society of Magazine Editors. His work has been featured by PBS, BBC, the Village Voice and Harvard’s Journalism Quarterly. His website is www.JoshuaKors.com

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July 13, 2011  

Guest today is Dr. Raj Patel, an award winning author, activist and academic scholar who is currently a visiting professor at University of California Berkeley’s Center for African Studies. He is an honorary research fellow at the School of Development Studies at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa and a fellow at the Institute for Food and Development Policy, better known as Food First, in Oakland California. He is also an advisor to the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. Raj holds degrees from Oxford, the London School of Economics and a PhD from Cornell. His writings have appeared in the Guardian, the NY Times, San Francisco Chronicle and across progressive blog and news sites. He is also the author of two books, Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System” and “TheValue of Nothing” which he appeared on our program in the past to speak about.

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July 12, 2011  

Charles Eisenstein is a visionary scholar who writes about civilization, economics, transpersonal psychology and the evolution of human cultures. He serves on the faculty at Goddard College, and is a frequent contributor to the progressive spiritual sites Reality Sandwich and Evolver

Charles has degrees in Mathematics and Philosophy from Yale. His books, most notably his recent “Sacred Economics: Money, Gift and Society in the Age of Transition” have been praised by notable economists and spiritual thinkers such as David Korten, who frequently appears on our program.

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July 11, 2011  

Dr. Raj Patel is an award winning author, activist and academic scholar who is currently a visiting professor at University of California Berkeley’s Center for African Studies. He is an honorary research fellow at the School of Development Studies at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in South Africa and a fellow at the Institute for Food and Development Policy, better known as Food First, in Oakland California. He is also an advisor to the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food. Raj holds degrees from Oxford, the London School of Economics and a PhD from Cornell. His writings have appeared in the Guardian, the NY Times, San Francisco Chronicle and across progressive blog and news sites. He is also the author of two books, Stuffed and Starved: The Hidden Battle for the World Food System” and “TheValue of Nothing” which he appeared on our program in the past to speak about.

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July 8, 2011  

Today's guest is Arnie Gundersen and he was an energy advisor with 39-years of nuclear power engineering experience and aformer nuclear industry senior vice president. During his nuclear industry career, Arnie managed and coordinated projects at 70-nuclear power plants around the country. An independent nuclear engineering and safety expert, Arnie provides testimony on nuclear operations, reliability, safety, and radiation issues to the NRC, Congressional and State Legislatures, and Government Agencies and Officials throughout the US, Canada, and internationally. In 2008, he was appointed by the Vermont Senate President to be the first Chair of the Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant Oversight Panel and he has testified in numerous cases before many different legislative bodies including the Czech Republic Senate. Arnie had analyzed and predicted problems with the Vermont Yankee’s cooling towers three years prior to their collapse in 2007.

He is the author of the first Department of Energy’s Decommissioning Handbook. He has also calculated radiation releases to children with health concerns, who live near a nuclear facility.

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July 7, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and she is the founder of Integrative Health Systems, which researches and develops natural products for various conditions, and is the author of the international environmental bestseller the Comprehensive Handbook of Hazardous Material: Regulations, Monitoring, Handling & Safety. She is a scientific leader in the field of industrial toxicology who has pioneered the use of biological monitoring tests for targeting organ exposure to parent compounds, metabolites and their xenobiotics. Her research has opened the door of protenomics, enzynomics and genomics as recognized by Johns Hopkins University, Pandey Lab and Harvard University Medical College's small molecule genome project. In recent years she has been researching Morgellons Disease and its relationship to nanotechnology. Dr. Staninger is a former president of the Florida Chapter of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and is a former President and founder of the International Academy of Toxicological Risk Assessment (IATRA. She is a Certified Safety Executive by World Safety Organization and Inspector General for the International Environmental Intelligence Agency (IEIA), a division of World Life Research Institute. She is recipient of two Presidential Awards from Mr. Walter Lowry, Martin Marietta Orlando Aerospace President, for her work involving "Pregnant Women in the Workplace" and the "Increased Risk of Genetic Mutations in Contaminated Ground Water

Also, we have Rosalind Peterson and she is California President and Co-Founder of the Agriculture Defense Coalition (ADC), which was founded in 2006 as a public interest organization to educate people and to protect agricultural crop production from uncontrolled experimental weather modification programs, atmospheric heating and testing programs, and ocean and atmospheric experimental geo-engineering programs. She has a degree in environmental studies with an emphasis on solar power, crop production and efficient uses of energy. Rosalind’s focus is on how geo-engineering scheme, coupled with experimental atmospheric programs, have a negative impact upon our environment: upon nature’s pollinators, wildlife, agriculture, trees, human health, soils, and our water supplies. She was a keynote speaker at the 60th Annual DPI/NGO Conference on Climate Change speaking on the impact of persistent jet contrails on tree and plant health. She is retired from the USDA where she was a Farm Service Agency Agriculture Crop Loss Adjustor.

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July 6, 2011  
July 5, 2011  

Today's guest is Dr. Robert Gorter and he is a medical physician heading the Medical Center Cologne in Germany, where he has developed non-toxic, immune building protocols for treating mild and severe Stage 4 cancers for the past 12 years. Dr. Gorter earned his medical degree from the University of Amsterdam Medical School , with later doctorates from the University of California San Francisco Medical School and the University of Witten in Germany. He was also trained in oncological anthroposophical medicine, founded by Rudolph Steiner. In the past he has served as medical director in the Department of AIDS Epdiemiology at UCSF, founded the European Institute for Oncological and Immunological Research in Berlin and has taught and lectured at numerous universities in the US and Europe. Dr. Gorter’s cancer treatment protocol is built upon a criteria for restoring the immune system in cancer patients and non-toxic, drug free treatments to kill cancer cells. This includes a regimen of hyperthermia modalities, mistletoe injections, dendritic cell therapy, Vitamin C, nutrients and antioxidant therapies and life style changes. His recent book “Fighting Cancer: A Nontoxic Approach to Treatment”, co-written with Dr. Erik Peper, who was treated with the Gorter method, is a thorough review of this novel cancer treatment and provides insights on adopting life style practices to improve and maintain high immune function.

Also, we have Dr. Erik Peper and he is internationally recognized expert in holistic health, stress management and biofeedback. He received a degree from Harvard and a doctorate in psychology from Union Graduate Institute. While teaching at San Francisco State University, he founded the university’s Institute for Holistic Health Studies. Dr. Peper was the sports psychologist for the US Olympics Gymnastics team and was the editor for Psychophysiology Today magazine. He has written many health articles for publications such as Men’s Health, Shape, Women’s Health, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Dr. Peper was diagnosed with melanoma and after conventional treatment and recurrence, was treated by Dr. Gorter.

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July 1, 2011  

Today's guest is Christian Parenti and he is a contributing editor at The Nation and a visiting scholar at the Center for Peace, Culture and Politics at CUNY. He has undertaken investigative reporting from Africa, Asia, Afghanistan and Iraq and Latin America for articles published in the Washington Post, New York Times, Mother Jones and elsewhere.

With a doctorate in sociology from the London School of Economics, Christian has received numerous awards for writings.

His most recent book is “Tropic of Chaos: Climate Change and the New Geography of Violence” which documents how the disruptive effects of climate change, destabilizing societies and nations around the world, is already upon us and will continue to increase in the future.

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