6.18.13 Ken Roseboro, editor/publisher of “The Organic & Non-GMO Report”, The Great GMO Experiment is On Us!!
There is a very big experiment going on today and most of us are unknowing participants. The experiment is not “official” and hence does not have a name, but it is here, none the less. The “experiment” is the introduction and heavy use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our food system.
In the beginning, GMOs were sold as science’s answer to the problem of pest control and a way of increasing crop yields. It sounded great and since we love anything wrapped up in “technology,” few paid attention to GMOs as they developed. But along the way, there were ominous signs of trouble.
Cross pollination with non-GMO crops was one of the first seroius concerns. Then there was the seeds issue. Traditionally, farmers save seeds for the following year’s planting. But the seeds inside of the GMO plants are sterile, so farmers now have to buy increasingly more expensive seeds every year. Now it is looking like the nicotine type chemicals that are engineered into the GMOs to “control pests” are at the heart of the bee colony collapse. Remember, bees pollinate plants. No bees equals serious pollination problems. The nicotine that’s engineered into the GMOs not only kills the bad bugs, it’s killing the good bugs, the bees, that are so essential.
Our guest this program is Stress Free Living Coach, Kimberly Palm, Founder and CEO of Body and Mind Healing.
Kimberly shares that after a stressful albeit successful corporate career, she turned to meditation and stress management to transform her life and create more peace.
Meditation and stress management made such a huge difference in her life that she decided to teach her clients her techniques and transform their lives in the same manner. She fully embraces the idea that a peace filled, happy, healthy life can be achieved through healthy diet and lifestyle, stress management and meditation.
During her corproate career, she was always very successful, because she used the same Mind Power techniques, visualization boards and manifesting techniques that she teaches her clients today.
She has studied and believes in many different types of meditation and natural healing. Her beliefs and training have led her to sharing her daily regimen which involves alternative medicine, vitamins & supplements, healthy diet and lifestyle, quantum physics, energy healing and of course stress management techniques.
When the topic of sports and Philadelphia come up, the four major teams are usually what people think of. But motorsports is another specialty that Philadelphia is becoming known for, thanks to Dr. Frederick Simeone’s world-class Simeone Automotive Museum. Harry Hurst, the public relations director for the museum will be our guest.
Located less than a mile from the Philadelphia International Airport, the Simeone Automotive Museum isn’t just a collection of sports cars and old cars. Sports cars for the street use are mostly tamed down versions of competition sports cars – race cars. The Simeone collection features vintage, all-out, purpose-build race cars, as well as the competition versions of various street sports cars.
But least you think this is just a static collection of cars on display. While the cars are indeed on display, what makes them so special is that all but a handful of the 60 or so cars in the collection can be gassed, oiled up and RUNNING in about 45-minutes of less. And if that’s not enough, once a month on a Saturday at 12-noon, Dr. Simeone hosts his Demonstration Days.
In the world of sports, it is no secret that Philly sports fans can be a little, shall we say, “rowdy.” Or, are they just over the top enthusiastic? Either way, they can be colorful and unpredictable, such that sports writers and sports casters have often been equally as critical.
Humorist and sports writer Matt Goldberg is back with us this program. Matt is co-author of the book “A Snowball’s Chance: Philly Fires Back Against the National Media” with Joe Vallee, Ryan Downs, and Billy Vargus. Goldberg describes the book as, “a mix of humor, satire, and meat-and-potatoes details for the hardcore sports fan. A Snowball's Chance both defends and even celebrates a fan base that has been skewered way out of proportion to our occasional indiscretion. Supporting the perspectives of the authors is a marvelous cast of Philly sports icons who contributed their insights, including: local athletes who stayed in the area.”
Our researcher friend, Joshua Shapiro (of Crystal Skull Explorers fame) is back with us this program. Like many of us, Joshua has more than one area of special interest. Along with Joshua and Katrina’s crystal skull work, they are serious UFO researchers.
Recently Joshua and Katrina published two special reports: “Key Information to Understand 2013 & What Is Happening In Our World” and “The Truth About UFOs.” If you have been following Peter Davenport’s National UFO Reporting Center, or George Filer’s “Filer’s Files” UFO weekly newsletter, there has been tsunami of of UFO reports of red glowing orbs that quickly move across the sky, as well as other strange objects that clearly are NOT aircraft or birds.
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The world changed profoundly on the morning of September 11, 2001. In retrospect, it’s not much of a stretch to say that it was the beginning of World War III. That probably sounds like an over the top statement, especially if you have been trained by The History Channel as to what WW II looked like. So, if that is what you are looking for, you’ll miss what is before your very eyes.
“Seeing it” is not easy because things are playing out very slowly and differently. To “get it” you have to have an open mind, a willingness to look into uncomfortable things, spend time reading and researching, and then discern what you have taken in. Anyone can do this, it just takes time and the willingness. One doesn’t need to be an “expert” or an “insider.”
The official beginning of Summer is close at hand. For most, Summer means vacations and the children are off from school. For many, it’s time for gardening.
This program, Master Gardener, Jeannie Francis talks with us about her organic, natural techniques for flower and vegetable gardening.
Gardening has many benefits besides the pretty flowers and delicious veggies. It can be a form of meditation, making it good for the soul and it’s excellent for children, as it instills in then a connection with the Earth and how things grow. It teaches nurturing, patience, and problem solving.
The term “gonzo journalism” was invented by Hunter S. Thompson. Gonzo Journalism is a style of journalism where the writer immerses himself so deeply into the subject that they personally become the center of the narrative. The term “gonzo” quickly morphed into into many “over the top” activities, most notably morning FM radio programs.
But there was only one true “Gonzo” journalist and that was Hunter S. Thompson. “Dr. Hunter S. Thompson” as he sometime liked to be called. (Hunter got his doctorate from the Universal Life Church)
Al Satterwhite has been a professional photographer all of his adult life. His work has appeared in Automobile, Car & Driver, Fortune, Geo, Life, Look, Money, Newsweek, People, Playboy, Sports Illustrated, Time, Travel & Leisure and many, many other publications and books. Al met Hunter in the early 70s while covering a GOP convention. The two young lions became friends and for the next several years, from time-to-time, Al would get a call from Hunter. “Al! Meet me at…” and off they’d go on another Thompson-Satterwhite adventure.
Al Satterwhite’s soon to be self-published photo journalism book, “The Cozumel Diary” is Al’s photographic documentation of one such adventure, this one in Cozumel, Mexico, a small island in the Caribbean, just off the Yucatan Peninsula. It’s Hunter Thompson in his prime, documented by the man with the photographic eye, Al Satterwhite.