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Author and political appointee Lance Simmens has published about 180 articles in the Huffington Post, but his most recent article, "Why our Children Should Hate Us," applauding the documentary Vaxxed: From Cover up to Catastrophe was pulled from HuffPo. In the first half, he joined Richard Syrett to discuss his contention that there is corruption in agencies like the EPA and FDA and other government entities tasked with the protection of the public.

Dr. Elena Gabor was the guest in part two. Gabor is a specialist in subconscious science and a researcher into non-ordinary states of consciousness including past-lives. She uses past life regressions to help clients resolve psychological problems. Her patient Gina Rodriguez joined the program to share her experiences and participated a live regression on the air.

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Voynich Veracity Confirmed?

Voynich Veracity Confirmed?

Despite previous research which claimed that the infamous and indecipherable Voynich manuscript is a hoax, a recent study out of England has given renewed hope that the esoteric book, discovered in 1912 and claimed to be from the 15th century, may be a legitimate tome, albeit written in code. Using a technique which analyzes the overall text to find repeating and clustered 'words,' researchers determined that the content of the Voynich manuscript appears to contains some form of language. More on the story at New Scientist.

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