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The Vinyl Experience – 03.03.17

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Jimi Hendrix Experience: The Wind Cries Mary
Pink Floyd: A Pillow Of Winds
Bright Eyes: Four Winds
Mumford & Sons: Winter Winds
Seal: The Wind Cries Mary
Depeche Mode: FLy On The Windscreen
Amos Lee: Windows Are Rolled Down
Ultravox: Reap The Wild Wind
Rod Stewart: Mandolin Wind
Sting/John McLaughlin: The Wind Cries Mary
Marlene Deithrich: Blowin In The Wind
Yoko Ono: Who Has Seen The Wind?
The Animals: Winds Of Change
Vince Guaraldi Trio: Cast Your Fate To The Wind

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Progressive Commentary Hour – 07.05.16

On “The Progressive Commentary Hour,” Gary brings back a great guest, Danny Sheehan. Gary and Danny dig deep into who killed JFK and Robert Kennedy and Danny gives you the facts that no one else can. Here is a brief bio of Danny:

Danny Sheehan is one of our nation’s most important and influential Constitutional and public interest lawyers. During the past 45 years he has handled such public interest cases as the Pentagon Papers, the Watergate Break In, Iran Contra and the Silkwood murder case. He has represented victims of he Three Mile Island nuclear disaster and fought against the American Nazi Party on hate crimes. He is the founder of the Christic Institute and the Romero Institute, the latter being a nonprofit public policy center in Santa Cruz California. Danny has his law degree from Harvard University and later returned to study at the Harvard Divinity School.. He is the author of “The People’s Advocate: The Life and Legal History of America’s Most Fearless Public Defense Lawyer,” And his websites are DanielPSheehan.com & RomeroInstitute.org

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Dennis J. Bernstein – Driving Out the Mosquitoes: Making Homelessness Illegal

he seaside city of Santa Cruz, California, is one of several municipalities in Northern California that have become home for the herds of bubble up dot-comers rolling the dice in Silicon Valley. From San Francisco to San Jose to Berkeley, and down the coast to Salinas and Monterey, local officials are salivating at the multitude of possibilities for bringing in …

Strong geothermal heating measured beneath West Antarctic Ice Sheet – SPACE DAILY

A surprisingly high amount of geothermal heating has been measured underneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet by researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Using a lengthy probe, researchers measured the flow of heat in the sediments below the ice sheet. A significant flow of heat is traveling upward form the geothermal sources toward the base of the ice. …

Emergency survey underway along West Coast, marine life being affected “in ways never seen before” — CBS: “Unusual increase in dolphin, sea lion, and seabird deaths” — Thought to be largest toxic bloom “anywhere, ever” — Worry that impacts on fish to last several years

CBS, Jun 17, 2015 (emphasis added): A toxic algae bloom spreading off the Pacific coast could be the largest one scientists have ever seen. “It’s definitely the largest bloom of this particular algae seen on the West Coast, possibly anywhere, ever” Raphael Kudela, a professor of ocean sciences at the University of California Santa Cruz, told CBS News… “Currently what we’re …

Unprecedented Mass Die Offs as Pacific Ocean “Turning Into a Desert” Off California Coast – Mac Slavo

It was the dying cry of Charlton Heston in the creepy 1973 film Soylent Green… and it could resemble our desperate near future. The ocean is dying, by all accounts – and if so, the food supply along with it. The causes are numerous, and overlapping. And massive numbers of wild animal populations are dying as a result of it. Natural causes …

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Could Earthworms Save the Climate? – Anastasia Pantsios

We know that earthworms are good for our gardens. When you turn over a spade full of rich soil and find it packed with the wiggly creatures, you know that your garden is going to grow strong and healthy. Vermicomposting—using worms to consume food scraps and turn them—has justifiably become all the rage. But now it appears earthworms can do more than just …