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Global Climate Change

Practicing naturopath physician, Dr. Joanne Conaway left mainstream medicine, rejecting the conventional approach of treating symptoms with pharmaceuticals. In the first half, she discussed what she believes are more effective methods of restoring health, and primarily how a healthy gut and microbiome promotes normal gastrointestinal function and provides protection from infection, increased absorption, and the regulation of one's metabolism. Midweek Open Lines were featured in the latter half.

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Global Climate Change

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Date: Saturday - July 29, 2006
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Micheal Sunanda

A student of the late Buckminster Fuller and an expert in Earth's energy systems, Micheal Sunanda discussed how sun cycles are impacting the Earth's climate and its consequences for man. According to Sunanda, the Sun is radiating several times more energy than it has in the past and it is still peaking. Though he could not readily point to any scientific study in support of his claim, Sunanda said NASA has been measuring the Sun's increased activity, but is keeping this data from the public.

Sunanda further theorized that solar energy is being absorbed by Earth's magnetic field and pumped inside the planet, greatly intensifying underwater volcanic activity. The lava churned out by the undersea volcanoes heats the oceans and in turn affects the planet's climate, he inferred. Sunanda covered other topics including geodesic domes, permaculture, weather control and peak oil. Regarding Earth's oil supply, Sunanda believes there could be "way more oil than we could ever extract," but that corporations have created "false scarcity" to drive their profits.

The last hour of the program was devoted to Open Lines.

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