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Warrior Connection-03.20.17

The Feb 1st edition of Warrior Connection was a discussion with Olle Johansson, associate professor
The Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, 171 77 Stockholm
Sweden about serious and ignored adverse health effects resulting from RF – microwave – cell phone computer wifi exposures. Current research verifies that adverse health effects appear at energy levels less than .2 milliwatts per square centimeter.

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Warrior Connection-11.27.16

The Nov 27 edition of Warrior Connection was a about poetry, love, stories, and “good old times” with Bonnie Rokke Tinnes of Bemidji, Mjnneota.. Bonnie is a published poet and author of “Growing Up Maragret” series that is about a young girl in 1950’s- 1060’s Northern Minnesota. Given Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel prize we will be doing a follow up- second program with Duluth’s (Minnesota) Dylan Fest folks.

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Alison Abbott – Refugees Struggle with Mental Health Problems Caused by War and Upheaval

On an ice-cold day in January, clinical psychologist Emily Holmes picked up a stack of empty diaries and went down to Stockholm’s central train station in search of refugees. She didn’t have to look hard. Crowds of lost-looking young people were milling around the concourse, in clothes too flimsy for the freezing air. “It struck me hard to see how …

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Infectious Myth – Adam Lankford on Guns – 09.01.15

In Episode 69 David interviews professor Adam Lankford who recently published research, at an American Sociological Society conference, showing that the strongest factor that he studied that correlates with the number of mass shootings in a country is the rate of civilian gun ownership. David and Adam talk about whether mass shootings are important, as they represent only a small fraction of total gun deaths, and what some of the characteristics of gun shooters are, compared to other murderers, and how they differ between the US and other countries.
Some of the surprising statistics is that mass shooters are almost all male, whereas a small but significant fraction of other gun murders are by women. Mass shooters in the US on average kill fewer people, perhaps because of faster and more effective police response. Mass shooters outside the US are more likely to target military facilities, whereas American mass shooters are more likely to target civilian areas, such as schools, shopping malls and movie theaters. Mass shooters do tend to be loners, and they often focus their feelings of despair on a specific group, but this targeting does not appear to be the main reason for their violence.
Professor Adam Lankford’s website is: http://adamlankford.com

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Jerusha Tanner Lamptey – Unbeknownst to Richard Dawkins the Feminist Revolution in Islam Has Already Begun

The revolution for women’s rights and equality within Islam began long ago. And it was initiated and is perpetuated by Muslim women themselves. Despite this, renowned atheist and evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins recently tweeted: He followed this proclamation with the quotation of multiple verses from Islamic texts related to women garnering the ire of many Muslims, especially many Muslim women. Dawkins’ …

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Study: China Has Grown to World’s 3rd-Biggest Arms Exporter

China has overtaken Germany to become the world’s third-biggest arms exporter, although its 5 percent share remains small compared to the combined 58 percent of exports from the U.S. and Russia, a new study says. China’s share of the global arms market rose 143 percent from 2010 to 2014, a period during which the total volume of global arms transfers …