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Last Show Recap

First Half: Registered pharmacist and nutritionist Benjamin Fuchs will be discussing nutritional and health supplements, as well as how to decipher the good vs. bad when considering the latest diet fads.

Second Half: Author Robert Damon Schneck is a longtime chronicler of the weird and unexplained, and has written about everything from killer clowns to suicide clubs. He'll discuss his latest work on stories of Ouija board experiments gone bad, psychic serial killers, and terrifying true-life stories.

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Tue 05-31  Forbidden Archaeology/ Midweek Open Lines Wed 06-01  Sea Monsters/ Crop Circles Thu 06-02  Technology Issues/ Spirit Medium Fri 06-03  Witchcraft & Spells/ Open Lines

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Michael Osborne

Special Guest

Biography:

Mike Osborne is currently a fifth year PhD student using stable isotope and trace metal geochemistry to analyze coral records from the western Pacific. He is creator and producer of Generation Anthropocene (Anthro-Po-Scene) – a podcast/project from Stanford University that deals with overpopulation concerns. His current fieldwork is done in the Republic of Palau and Easter Island. In addition to his paleoclimate research, Mike has developed and taught science communication courses at Stanford. These courses are project-based and generally focus on 21st century environmental issues.

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Past Shows:

Tribulations/ Overpopulation

In the first half, author and researcher, Steve Quayle, discussed the coming worst-case scenarios approaching the world and how they are all interrelated. In the latter half, director of Generation Anthropocene, Michael Osborne, talked about how humankind's planetary impact is accelerating now that the global population has crossed seven billion. ... More »

Host: John B. Wells
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