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Daniel Sheehan, Harvard Law School and Harvard Divinity School trained constitutional litigation and appellate attorney joined Jimmy Church (email) for the entire program to discuss the lost and forgotten history between the U.S. and the Middle East, which has led to the rise of ISIS, and what we need to do next to fix the problem with global terrorism and prevent another 9-11 or Paris tragedy.

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Martin Blank

Special Guest


Martin Blank earned PhDs in physical chemistry (1957) from Columbia University and in colloid science (1960) from University of Cambridge. He came to Columbia in 1959, retired as Associate Professor in 2011 and is now a Special Lecturer. His research has been on membranes, transport processes, excitation, and recently on health effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

During his tenure, he had short-term appointments at 11 universities around the world, as well as at five industrial research labs and the US Office of Naval Research. He also organized many meetings, including two World Congresses on Electricity and Magnetism in Biology and Medicine, 4 Erice (Italy) Courses on Bioelectrochemistry, and he started the Gordon Research Conferences on Bioelectrochemistry.



Past Shows:

EMF Dangers/ Climate Controversy

In the first half, Martin Blank, currently a Special Lecturer in the department of physiology and biophysics at Columbia University, discussed what electromagnetic radiation (EMF) from technology such as cell phones and WIFI does to our bodies after prolonged exposure. In the latter half, chairman of the Natural Resources Stewardship Project, Tim Ball, argued that the issue of climate change... More »

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