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Visionaries – 09.25.17

“Tina Seelig.” Tina is Professor of the Practice in the Department of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. Tina is also a faculty director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University’s School of Engineering. She teaches courses on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. She is the author of “What I Wish I Knew When I …

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Truth To Power – 08.25.17

Is Anthony Fauci the Bernie Madoff of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Charles Ortleb, the former Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of New York Native, debunks the scientific empire that has enriched Anthony Fauci and made him an iconic figure in American science and medicine. Ortleb argues that, like Bernie Madoff’, Fauci has built his reputation on fraud and deceit. For at least two decades, Madoff …

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Truth To Power – 08.18.17

Why are Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients infected with the AIDS-associated Kaposi’s Sarcoma Virus? Did it come from pigs? Why are the CDC, the NIH, and the entire scientific establishment ignoring research that shows Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients are often infected with the very destructive, cancer-causing virus that has been linked to the most dramatic symptom of the early AIDS cases, Kaposi’s …

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The Gary Null Show – 06.28.17

How threatened ecological systems will collapse the planet’s biosphere and the hubris of sole reliance upon technological solutions to mitigate climate change acceleration Dr. Glen Barry is an internationally recognized political ecologist, data scientist, and the president and founder of Ecological Internet, a site that provides real news about climate change and the latest issues and commentaries about ecological and …

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What Women Must Know – The Cheese Trap with Dr. Neal Barnard, MD, – 05.04.17

Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C., is the president and founder of the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and Barnard Medical Center. He is the author of 17 previous books, including the New York Times best-sellers Power Foods for the Brain, 21-Day Weight Loss Kickstart, and the USA Today bestseller Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes. He stars in four …

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Children get more satisfaction from relationships with their pets than with siblings

Children get more satisfaction from relationships with their pets than with their brothers or sisters, according to new research from the University of Cambridge. Children also appear to get on even better with their animal companions than with siblings. The research adds to increasing evidence that household pets may have a major influence on child development, and could have a …

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iEat Green – Sally Edwards- Chemical Footprint Project – 11.03.16

Dr. Sally Edwards has many years of experience in engaging a wide range of stakeholders to promote the environmental health of communities and develop safer and greener products. She is a senior research associate at the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She is a co- founder of the Chemical Footprint Project, which is designed to recognize corporate leadership in the use of safer chemicals. Sally facilitates the work of the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council’s Retailer Leadership Council, whose mission is to promote safer chemicals, materials and products across retail supply chains. Eight major retailers are active participants in the RLC. Sally also serves on the board of directors for Women’s Voices for the Earth. Sally holds a MS in Environmental Health Science from Harvard University and a BA in Human Biology from Stanford University. She completed her doctorate in Work Environment at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Her book, Beyond Child’s Play: Sustainable Product Design in the Global Doll-Making Industry, was published in 2009.

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Marcus Ford – Why We Need Tiny Colleges

We are experiencing the rebirth of smallness. Farmers markets, tiny homes, and brew pubs all exemplify our love of smallness. So do charter schools, coffee shops, and local bookstores. Small is often (but not always) more affordable, healthier, and sustainable, but its finest characteristic, the one that turns charm into love, is that going small allows us to be more …

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CLIMATE REQUIRES US TO FIGHT OUR OWN PSYCHOLOGY

Human psychology can put up barriers to fighting climate change, but a new article suggests strategies and policies to overcome them. Human psychology influences the decisions we make every day—including unwise ones. Our psychological profile can make us reluctant to pay for services that benefit everyone, including those who don’t contribute. It makes us focus on achieving short-term gains and avoiding short-term …

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Humans an Invasive Species Heading for a ‘Crash,’ Study Says

Human population growth has followed the trajectory of a typical invasive species, says a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature, and that suggests there may be a looming global population “crash.” “The question is: Have we overshot Earth’s carrying capacity today?” said Elizabeth Hadly, a professor in environmental biology at Stanford University and senior author of the paper, in …