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In the first half of the program, registered pharmacist and nutritionist Ben Fuchs offered analysis on the latest developments in health news, supplementation, and treatments.

In the latter half, psychic Linda Salvin detailed her work communicating with the Other Side, the walk-in phenomenon, and her latest adventures communicating with departed pets.

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Date: Saturday - March 24, 2012
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Tim Ball, Douglas Dietrich

Joining John B. Wells, retired professor of climatology Dr. Tim Ball discussed how issues like climate change, North American water resources, and biodiesel are being politicized and exploited, as well as undermining scientific objectivity.

In the first hour, historian Douglas Dietrich spoke about the Vietnam War and the need for a day to honor those who fought in that conflict.

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World's Biggest Snake Recreated

World's Biggest Snake Recreated

The Smithsonian has recreated the monster snake that slithered through rainforests 60 million years ago for a new TV show about the fearsome predator. Appropriately named 'Titanoboa', the gigantic creature grew to a jaw-dropping 48 feet and weighed a massive 2,500 pounds. Scientists used fossilized remains found in an Colombian mine to reconstruct the colossal animal. More at Mail Online.

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Bumper music from Saturday March 24, 2012

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    King Crimson
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