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In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach discussed the human body and its ability to use natural healing without the risky drugs prescribed by modern medicine.

In the latter half, former futurist for a Pentagon-consulted think tank, where he developed scenarios for exotic kinds of warfare and high-tech terrorism, Lowell Ponte shared his analysis of current events, and his interpretations of Chinese astrology as it relates to the economy and politics.

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World's First Transformer

A group of engineers at Harvard University have built a robot that can assemble itself into a working machine and walk away without human intervention. Inspired by the art of Japanese origami, the contraption uses panels of memory plastic that contract like muscles when heated. "Getting a robot to assemble itself autonomously and actually perform a function has been a milestone we've been chasing for many years," said project lead Robert Wood. The team thinks the origami robot could one day be used on the battlefield. Check out the video here.

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