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Last Show Recap

Freelance journalist Zoe Cormier, a science writer and photographer with a background in biology, joined George Knapp in the first half to discuss her new book Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n’ Roll: The Science of Hedonism.

In the later half, David Browne, longtime music journalist and contributing editor at Rolling Stone, delved into the Grateful Dead, the band that became a musical and cultural phenomenon that has spanned generations.

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Michael Ellsberg

Special Guest

Biography:

Michael Ellsberg is a professional developmental editor and book proposal writer. He did major developmental work on his father Daniel Ellsberg's bestseller Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers. Michael graduated from Brown University in 1999 with a degree in International Relations.

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Education & Entrepreneurism/ Real Vampires

In the first half, Michael Ellsberg, who writes a blog on entrepreneurialism, career development, and education at Forbes.com, looked at flaws in the American education system, and recapped his discussions with self-made millionaires. In the 2nd half, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren shared his latest thoughts on what real vampires may be, and their relationship to evil people that... More »

Host: George Noory

Accidents, Risk, & Prevention

Writer Marc Gerstein was joined by co-author Michael Ellsberg and his father Daniel Ellsberg to discuss their book on major accidents and catastrophes, and how they often could be prevented. For example, the death of students from the recent China quake might have been averted if their schools weren't so badly constructed, and there was a stronger motivation to protect children, said Gerstein. In... More »

Host: George Noory
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