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Anti-Aging Medicine

Professor of creative writing at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Marjorie Sandor, talked about her latest work compiling stories from the deeply unsettling to the possibly supernatural and why we love tales that delve into our increasingly unstable sense of self, home, and planet. In the first hour, bestselling author Juan Enriquez discussed how man is in a different phase of evolution and the future of life on the planet is now in our hands.

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Anti-Aging Medicine

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Date: Saturday - October 4, 2003
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Dr. Ronald Klatz

Dr. Ronald Klatz shared information on the advancement of technology to detect, prevent, and treat aging related disease and to promote research into methods to retard and optimize the human aging process.

Polar Ice Caps

During the first hour of the broadcast, Art referred to a recently published NASA study that shows the extent to which the polar ice caps have melted and predicts the Arctic Ocean will lose all perennial ice by end of century. The following animation shows Arctic sea ice extent from January 1, 1990, and January 1, 1999, respectively. Click the two-directional arrow below and drag it along the timeline to see the polar ice caps recede.

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