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LOA Today – 04.20.17

Download this episode (right click and save) The good news is that Joel is back! The bad news is that the reason he’s been away for the past two weeks is because his mom died suddenly and unexpectedly. But Joel has also mastered the art of successfully dealing with grief, and he shares his secret method with us. You will …

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The Gary Null Show – 04.13.17

      The new cold war and nuclear arms race Prof. Peter Kuznick (kooz-nick) is a professor of history at American University in Washington DC where he is also serves as the director of the university’s Nuclear Studies Institute.  He has specialized American political history, the history of nuclear weapons, and the Cold war. Prof. Kuznick is the co-author …

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It’s All About Food – Neal Barnard, MD and Will Bonsall – 04.11.17

Part I: Neal Barnard, The Cheese Trap Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C., is an adjunct associate professor of medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences in Washington, D.C., and president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies investigating the effects of diet on diabetes, body weight, and chronic pain, …

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Tim Radford – Ocean current sends out chilling warning

New research forecasts much colder weather in northern Europe if rising CO2 emissions continue to impact on the Atlantic ocean current. LONDON, 8 January, 2017 – Here is the long-term weather forecast for the North Atlantic, in a world in which carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere double: a powerful ocean current called the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) will continue …

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John Roulac – Spaceship Earth, Your Main Oxygen Systems Are Collapsing

Yes, Houston, we have a problem: Our oceans are dying. As the brilliant futurist Buckminster Fuller used to point out, our Spaceship Earth is hurtling through space at a great speed. Imagine if someone told you (a passenger on that ship) that the main oxygen systems were failing because of how food was being grown. What would you do upon …

Agustina Larrea – ‘Experts call Latin America ‘the world’s scrapyard for pesticides’

Although agrochemical products, pesticides and genetically modified crops are today part of everyday life for those who live in the countryside, they are relatively new in Argentina. Very few people, apart from enviromental activists, question their use. Yet the consequences — in both the short and the long term — of their impact on the health of those living near …

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Obama signs his last Pentagon budget: A legacy of war and reaction

President Barack Obama signed into law last week his seventh and final Pentagon spending bill, providing $619 billion to continue and expand the murderous violence of the US war machine. Spending more than the next seven countries combined, the US military is currently engaged in combat operations in at least seven different countries, while maintaining some 800 overseas bases around …

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The Gary Null Show – 12.26.16

Today On The Gary Null Show, Gary opens up the program with a powerful health and healing segment that covers a number of different topics like anti againg and better supplements to take. After a musical break paying tribute to the late George Michael, Gary Null opens up some commentaries on the homless problem happening in our country and the the state of the politcal parties. Commentary by Professor Henry Grioux as well.

Greenland on thin ice?

The ice sheet covering Greenland is four times bigger than California — and holds enough water to raise global sea-level more than twenty feet if most of it were to melt. Today, sea levels are rising and the melting of Greenland is a major contributor. Understanding how fast this melting might proceed is a pressing question for policymakers and coastal …