A conversation with Scottish poet and novelist John Burnside about Henry Miller, the flight from society, sexual braggadocio, folk ballads, Taoism, and his arresting book On Henry Miller: or How to Be an Anarchist (Princeton). Download this episode (right click and save)
On today’s program, Vince speaks with Andrew J. Bacevich about his most recent book, “America’s War for the Greater Middle East.” Bacevich is Professor of International Relations and History at Boston University. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, he received his PhD in American Diplomatic History from Princeton University. Before joining the faculty of Boston University, he taught at West Point and Johns Hopkins.
Bacevich is the author of Washington Rules: America’s Path to Permanent War (2010). His previous books include The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism (2008); The Long War: A New History of US National Security Policy since World War II (2007) (editor); The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War (2005); and American Empire: The Realities and Consequences of U. S. Diplomacy (2002).
As scientists work to predict how climate change may affect hurricanes, droughts, floods, blizzards and other severe weather, there’s one area that’s been overlooked: mild weather. But no more. NOAA and Princeton University scientists have produced the first global analysis of how climate change may affect the frequency and location of mild weather – days that are perfect for an …
People everywhere are down on democracy. Especially young people. In fact, so rampant is democratic indifference and disengagement among millennials that a shocking share of them are open to trying something new—like, say, government by military coup. That’s according to research by Yascha Mounk, a Harvard University researcher, and Roberto Stefan Foa, a political scientist at the University of Melbourne. …
Remembering America’s Prophetic Tradition for radical social and political change – and why it is so important in the era of Trump
CONVERSATIONS WITH REMARKABLE MINDS
Understanding the coup in Turkey – and the history of CIA/US involvement with the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic terrorism
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 bioengineering 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 Sense and 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 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
High protein diet linked to liver cancer
Study: Women on blood thinners can take hormone therapy without increased risk of blood clots and bleeding
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
Guest #1 – Kevin Hinchey is a film directory, professor of cinemaphotography and a director of the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust that managers the Wilhelm Reich archives at Harvard University’s Countway Library of medicine. He also operates the Wilhelm Reich museum in Rangeley Maine. Kevin has a masters from NYU’s Graduate Film School and has worked as a screenwriter in Los Angeles and New York City and currently teaches film making and courses about Reich in Connecticut and Massachusetts. His lecture series, TheTrue Story of Government Ordered Bookburning in America, about the destruction of tons of Reich’s works is a warning of scientific totalitarianism. Kevin is currently editing a full featured documentary about the life and thought and research of Wilhelm Reich – the Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film Project. To help fund the project, visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/wilhelm-reich-documentary-film-project-edit-phase–7#/
Guest #2 – Professor James (Jim) Strick teaches in the department of earth environment studies at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster Pennsylvania, where is also the Chair of the Program in Science and Technologhy. Dr. Strick was trained in microbiology and has specialized in the history science, the history of biological ideas and experimentation into life. Jim holds degrees SUNY, two masters degrees – one in history from Princeton University and another in environmental sciences from SUNY, and doctorate in history from Princeton. He has published volumes about Darwin, Astrobiology and NASA, the debate about the origins of life and an excellent volume about Wilhelm Reich – Wilhelm Reich Biologist” – published by Harvard Press. He is an advisor of the journal ISIS from the History of Science Society and has published articles in numerous professional journals.
Here is the rundown of topics that was discussed on “The Gary Null Show.” Click on the links below to learn more on the topics Gary spoke about and listen to Gary’s “Conversations with Remarkable Minds” interview with Prof. Bart Ehrman, who speaks about “The unreliability of memory that has contributed to altered and invented stories in the New Testament and who Jesus was.” Read his bio down below.
Eating nuts linked to lower risk of colon cancer
Research reveals: Ginger found effective against a wide range of cancer types. Ginger will cause the cancer cells to commit suicide
Ginger causes ovarian cancer cells to die, U-M researchers find
Ginger destroys Cancer more effectively than death-linked Cancer drugs
Learn how to grow Ginger at home
Fiber-famished gut microbes linked to poor health
The fiber gap and the disappearing gut microbiome: Implications for human nutrition
Bridging the brain-body gap: How the ‘thinking’ gut influences mental well-being
New study: Substance in rhubarb cuts cancer cell growth in half
Extra: Some Rhubarb recipes for you: 15 Rhubarb recipes that aren’t pie
Gary takes a break and plays this great song: Gibson Brothers – Cuba . Gary talks about his Tuesday evening show “Progressive Commentary Hour,” which is at 7pm Eastern Time. Guest this evening (4.26.16) is: John Pilgrim.
If you can host a radio show and have a community that you can help with this show, we would love to hear from you. Leave an email at: email@example.com and in subject line write: “FOR JASON.” Leave your name, phone number and explain what type of show you want to do and we will contact you and hopefully you can do a radio show and help people in the community around you. Finally, Gary returned to the show with these two great videos:
VIDEO: Alan Watts – What is Wrong With Our Culture
VIDEO: George Carlin – The Illusion Of Choice – This video contains Explicit Language
Gary took a very short break and returned with his guest Prof. Bart Ehrmans. Here is a quick bio to learn more about the Professor.
Prof. Bart Ehramans is one of the most renowned and controversial Biblical scholars in the world today. who specializes in the texts of the New Testament and the origins of Christianity. He is the James A Gray Distinguished Professor of Biblical and Christian studies at the Universty of North Carolina in Chapel Hill where he specializes in the texts of the New Testament, non-canonical literature, Gnosticis and the historical origins of Christianity. He received his doctorate from Princeton University and has received numerous awards for academic excellence. Prof Ehrman is the author and editor of over 30 books, 5 having appeared on the New York Times bestseller list. His most recent book is “Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed and Invented Their Stories of the Savior.” His website is bartdehrman.com
This week, Tuesday (Dec. 15) to be exact, I was a guest on Gary Null’s WBAI/Pacifica radio show, preceded by Chris Hedges, a solid analyst and critic of the contemporary social order, to discuss the failure of American radicalism to act as as a transformative political-ideological social force in opposition to repression at home, intervention abroad. As usual, Gary’s questions …
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