Category Archives: Science
We’re Hard-Wired for Empathy
When you compare human beings with other animals, one of the things that defines us is the great extent to which we cooperate with each other. We work together, we communicate and trade, and we take care of each other. … Read More
Could Space Programs Save Our Planet?
Funding the space program has been a debate for decades now. Those who are against it note that space programs cost taxpayers billions of dollars and don’t serve humanity in the here and now – that we’re already nickel and dime-ing important educational and health programs… Read More
The Overview Effect by Planetary Collective
Planetary Collective presents a short film documenting astronauts’ life-changing stories of seeing the Earth from the outside – a perspective-altering… Read More
Animal Emotions: Empathic Rodents by Marc Bekoff
Tens of millions of rodents are used in all sorts of invasive research yet the United State’s Federal Animal Welfare Act does not consider these empathic mammals to be animals. Indeed, about 99 percent of the animals used in research are not protected by federal legislation and are routinely subjected to horrific abuse… Read More
How Far Away is World Peace? by Rick Dickinson
Organized armed conflict has been a thorn in our side for so long it seems like we’re more inclined to limp around with the pain rather than plucking it out entirely… Read More
September 4, 2011
A Conversation with Dr. Claude Swanson
Dr. Claude Swanson has recently released the book Life Force, which explores the latest discoveries in energy medicine. He describes the “Secret of Life,” how the body’s trillions of cells grow, repair, and heal, the scientific explanation for chakras and the aura, and how energy healers can affect such great change even remotely Read More
April 3, 2011
A Conversation with John James
This Sunday we welcome John James to the show for a discussion on The Great Field. We’ll be investigating the nature of the universe-how matter was created out of The Great Field-and its implication for the human soul.
February 27, 2010
A Conversation With Gregg Braden
Gregg Braden is a New York Times best-selling author, a former Senior Computer Systems Designer for Martin Marietta, Computer Geologist for Phillips Petroleum, and the first Technical Operations Manager for Cisco Systems. For over 20 years he has searched the remote monasteries of Egypt, Peru, and Tibet for the life-giving secrets that were encoded in the language of our most cherished traditions. His work has led to such pioneering books as The God Code, The Divine Matrix, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief, and his newest Fractal Time. Gregg’s work is published in 17 languages and 27 countries and shows beyond any reasonable doubt that the key to our future lies in the wisdom of our past.
Gregg’s website: www.GreggBraden.com Read More
February 20, 2010
A Conversation With Dr. Qinghua Sun
Dr. Qinghua Sun is a cutting edge researcher on the adverse health effects of diesel fuel exhaust. Dr. Sun has a medical degree and in addition has a PhD in physiology and respiritory medicine. Currently, he is a professor and researcher at Ohio State University. His research focuses on the effects of particulate air pollution on human health, specifically in the diesel fuel area.
December 12, 2009
A Conversation With Dr. Robert Piccioni
Robert Piccioni has a Ph.D. from Stanford, was formerly on the research faculty of Harvard, and has a B.S. from Caltech where he studied under famous physicist Richard Feynman. An expert on cosmology and Einstein’s theories, Dr. Piccioni is developing a new TV series, “Einstein for Everyone,” and is the author of two books: Can Life Be Merely an Accident? and Everyone’s Guide to Atoms, Einstein and the Universe. Read More