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Human Nature

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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Human Nature

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Date: Saturday - June 18, 2011
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Douglas Kenrick, Glynis McCants

Ian Punnett was joined by psychology professor Douglas Kenrick for a discussion on how the primitive, animalistic underside of human nature, with its sexual fantasies and homicidal tendencies, has actually given rise to the most positive features of our race.

First hour guest, numerologist Glynis McCants talked about the number cycles of people who have fallen from grace, including Anthony Weiner and John Edwards.

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