iEat Green – Mark Winne – 03.08.18

Mark Winnie is the author of the new book, Stand Together or Starve Alone: Unity and Chaos in the U.S. Food Movement, which is a call for collaboration. As a food activist and co-founder of a number of food and agriculture policy groups including the City of Hartford Food Policy Commission, the Connecticut Food Policy Council, End Hunger Connecticut!, and the national Community Food …


Expat Files – 03.02.18

Descriptions- EXPAT FILES SHOW #738- FRI, MAR 02- (03-02-2018): #1- The Latin sense of Humor: What Latinos find funny and humorous truly escapes most of us gringos and expats. Though some slapstick and physical humor is universal, how then is it we can sit down and watch Latin TV comedy programs for hours on end and never once crack a …


iEat Green – Bren Smith- GreenWave and Thimble Island Ocean Farm, – 02.22.18

Bren Smith is the Executive Director of GreenWave , an ocean farmer and fisherman-run organization, dedicated to supporting a new generation of ocean farmers and innovators who are working to restore ecosystems, mitigate climate change, and build a blue-green economy. He is also the owner of Thimble Island Ocean Farm, where he pioneered the development of restorative 3-D Ocean Farming. …

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Warrior Connection- 10.08.17

The October  8 discussion on Warrior Connection was about alternative treatments such as acupuncture and tens unit use with  Dr. Lisa Conboy, MA, MS, ScD; Instructor in Medicine, Part-time, Director of the Research Department, The New England School of Acupuncture at MCPHS University  and her colleague Dr. Beth Sangree  of The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School. Download this episode (right click and save)


How food affects political regimes

Apparently, a richer diet is associated with an increase in the middle class, which tends towards economic and political independence and democracy-fostering values. Andrey Shcherbak, Senior Research Fellow, Laboratory for Comparative Social Research of the Higher School of Economics, has found, based on a cross-country comparative study using data on 157 countries, that a change in people’s eating habits can …


The Infectious Myth -Master Manipulators at the CDC – 10.11.16

In episode 118, David interviews James Ottar Grundvig, author of “Master Manipulator”. The subject of his book is Poul Thorsen, both a critical player in the CDC’s whitewashing of the nercury-containing thimerosal preservative in vaccines, and a fugitive from justice. Yet, despite stealing research funds from the CDC, and despite FBI charges, nobody seems to want to find Thorsen, who is still working at a hospital in Denmark. It is not just him, Grundvig also identifies other Master Manipulators involved with the CDC’s frauds.


Andreas Weber – The Economy Of Wastefulness: The Biology Of The Commons

There is an all-enclosing commons-economy which has been successful for billions of years: the biosphere. Its ecology is the terrestrial household of energy, matter, beings, relationships and meanings which contains any manmade economy and only allows for it to exist. Sunlight, oxygen, drinking water, climate, soil and energy – the products and processes of this household – also nourish the Homo …


Deirdre Fulton – Melting Permafrost Releases Deadly, Long-Dormant Anthrax in Siberia

A Russian heatwave has activated long-dormant anthrax bacteria in Siberia, sickening at least 13 people and killing one boy and more than 2,300 reindeer. According to the Siberian Times on Monday: A total of 72 people are now in hospital, a rise of 32 since Friday, under close observation amid fears of a major outbreak. 41 of those hospitalized are children as Russia …


Danny Haiphong – NATO and the Dangerous Escalation of US imperialism

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has arguably been the most utilized tool of imperial war since the Soviet Union fell in 1991. Ironically, the sole purpose of NATO’s creation in 1949 was to “contain” revolutionary socialism wherever it emerged. The world was a very different place in 1949. The Soviet Union had developed into an industrialized, socialist state with links to independence struggles all …