Fri, 4 September 2015
DAILY DOWNLOAD: Ryan Dernick from bellwetherpost.com & Jonah Bol t cover the 24 hour Global Earth changes; Solar activity is pretty quiet for now but today marks the 156 year anniversary of the “Carrington Event”; Ruth Newman dies at 113 years of age Cannabis oil cures man’s cancer after he was given 18 months to live: why real cancer cures are always outlawed; Watch as amazing GcMAF treatment kills cancer cells in real time; A couple weeks after the blast in a Tianjin, China chemical plant which killed 158 people another explosion has occurred now in Dongying killing one and causing six execs at the plant to be arrested; Thousands of refugees stranded in Hungary’s capital after being refused rail service to Western Europe; U.S. President Barack Obama has grossly undermined his message on his visit to the Arctic to highlight the dangers of climate change while his administration just allowed Shell to drill there; A fragile truce between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists appeared to be holding on Tuesday as both sides made a renewed effort to silence their guns; 18 Turkish construction workers were kidnapped in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, Isis was potentially involved.
QUOTE OF THE DAY: “None can destroy iron, but its own rust can! Likewise, non can destroy a person, but his own mindset can.” – Ratan Tata
GAME OF THRONES Person of the Day: Michelle Obama
SPECIAL GUEST: Edward Twitchill Hall III – An artist, researcher, inspiring farmer, alumni of Harvard, Carnegie Mellon, and Bard College, native New Mexican grandson of Edward T Hall Jr – anthropologist and contemporary of Buckminster Fuller. In the 2000’s, Ted fused the fields of psychology and environmental economics through his senior thesis to remedy behavioral, cultural and institutional roots of sustainability, and to discover new paradigms of development to harmonize humanity’s greatest gifts to meet global warming. In parallel with his research, Ted lead the successful effort to commit Bard College to Carbon Neutrality, resulting in a revolution of the curriculum and management of the 600 + acre campus and the etsablishment of the Bard Center for Environmental Policy and Masters in Sustainable Business Administration, which he helped in forming the foundational curriculum. For two years Ted conducted research at the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions of Columbia University’s Earth Institute, culminating in his first public speech at the first TED event in New York City called “The Poetry of Science: Realizing Our Potential Through Humanizing Our Research”. The speech he gave lead to a personal realization no solutions to Global Warming could be distributed through old institutions, but that new institutions had to be made, that did not ignore the spiritual rebirth of mankind, and that nothing short of a planetary, face to face network could distribute solutions necessary for an appropriate response to Global Warming.
To find some inner perspective, Ted visited the Kogi of Colombia, the largest pre-Columbian civilization, began studying the Bahá’í institutional framework and organized key groups of the Occupy Wall Street, continuing into multi year work with local and international First Nations in organizing farmers and waterways. Through this work Ted met and married his greatest inspiration, Anne Apparu, and they now manage a garden in the Upper West Side with three schools, and offer pan-generational education on how global warming can be managed, stopped or even taken advantage of by rebuilding soil systems, advancing global culture of healthy eating, and implementing already functioning patterns of community development and collective learning.
SHOW BROADCAST LOCATION: Boca Raton, Florida, USA
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