“What’s Up With Science, Part 2: Thoughts on Evolution.” Peter Thiel lists to ask, “What do you believe that almost no one else believes.” That’s the start. The hard part is to talk about it, and that is discouraged in today’s world. We look at some ideas, and one is evolution driven by patterns. Download this episode (right click and …
Updates on Australian govt taxes big banks, big banks fund Dakota Access Pipeline, meaning of French elections, Trump/GOP want to end estate taxes, rising role of monopoly in US economy. Interview with Prof. Jessica Gordon Nembhard, historian of worker coops and African-American community, on “why worker coops.” Download this episode (right click and save)
Download this episode (right click and save) Damien Mander, International Anti- Poaching Foundation Damien has lived an extraordinary life for a 37 year old. At 19, as a garbage collector in Melbourne he joined the Australian Defence Force, graduating through one of the most arduous courses as a RAN clearance diver. With the ADF’s counterterrorism restructure following 9-11, Damien joined …
Guy and Mike speak with blogger (Moving Forward), Rob Seimetz about his journey into the world of abrupt climate change and its consequence of NTHE. Paul Marcotte and Kevin Hester join us as well. Serena from Western Australia gives us a moving synopsis of the struggle millennials face during these most difficult times. Download this episode (right click and save)
THE FALL OF THE NUKE POWER INDUSTRY is welcomed in Solartopia as we talk with JIM GREEN in Australia.
Our first “down-under” guest is the nuclear campaigner for Friends of the Earth and edits the NUCLEAR MONITOR for the NUCLEAR INFORMATION & RESOURCE SERVICE.
He fills us in on the current energy crisis in Australia and Elon Musk’s offer to solve it with a giant battery farm, a solution Jim Green basically dismisses.
We then cover the thrilling demise of the global atomic power industry, starting with Fukushima and visiting the collective downfall of the American and European industries.
We worry about China, Russia, India and South Korea. But Jim’s in-depth understanding of the collapse of the Peaceful Atom gives us profound hope.
Acharya Shunya is one of the extraordinary teachers of the living, embodied wisdom of Ayurveda. She transmits it through the roots of her ancient family lineage as well as throughout her book, Ayurveda Lifestyle Wisdom. She is the driving force behind Vedika Global, a wisdom school dedicated to awakening health and consciousness, and was recognized as one of the Top …
On the Ides of March, Gary Null has a show for you that YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS! Gary opens up the show with the latest in health and healing covering all different topics such as depression Chinese herbs and much more. In the second half of the program Mr Null talks about the Nations dislike for Donald Trump, the protests that have taken place over it and what exactly it means. To wrap up the program Gary plays an audio clip on The Left is No Longer Liberal.
On today’s program, Vince talks about the importance of culture in the realm of political organizing. All too often political events are dry, stuffy and honestly, not very fun. But that’s not always the case. From Chicago’s West Side to Melbourne, Australia, and beyond, Vince has encountered activists, artists and poets who are creating non-consumerist spaces and culture that truly engages their respective communities. The ultimate goal is to empower people to create their own spaces, mediums, outlets and so on. Creating culture shouldn’t be intimidating – it should be fun.
Guy and a Mike speak with Stefanie Steven, a musician who along with her husband Scott are living in a motorhome, traveling and producing songs and living (in New Zealand) as simply as possible. We took several calls from listeners. Here is a link to Stefanie’s song: “The World is Dying” https://stefaniesteven.wixsite.com/music/music?wix-music-comp-id=comp-iqgi0qmz&wix-music-track-id=5657382461898752
Visionaries – 03.06.17 March 6, 2017
“Do We Need College, Part 2.” Today we continue our discussion from last week: Suppose an 18-year-old came to you and asked, “I have $100,000+ and 4 years. What should I do with them?” Obviously college is great for some people, but is it the right choice for everyone? More thoughts today.