Dr. Adam Rutherford is a science broadcaster and professional geek. He has a degree in evolutionary biology and a PhD in the genetics of they eye. Adam is an editor at the science journal Nature, where he makes short films and podcasts. Adam is also a presenter on TV and radio. His new BBC4 series 'The Gene Code' tells the story of life on Earth using DNA as our guide. In 2009, he chronicled 4 billion years of biology in the award-winning series 'The Cell.' Adam also writes for the Guardian and other publications, on science, policy, religion, cinema and occasionally all simultaneously.
Appearing in the first half, author and researcher Steve Quayle discussed biowarfare, a new Ebola outbreak, viruses, chemtrails, and genetic experimentation. In the latter half geneticist and science broadcaster Adam Rutherford discussed DNA and the origins of life, as well as genetic engineering and how we are now radically exceeding the boundaries of evolution with entirely novel creatures. ... More »Host: George Noory