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History of Giants

In the first half, founder of End Time Ministries, Rev. Irvin Baxter, discussed prophecies in the Book of Revelation that seven trumpets will sound before the end of the age, and the second coming of Jesus Christ.

One of the world's leading researchers of freemasonry, sacred geometry and ancient astronomy, Christopher Knight, discussed his latest work which makes the case for a deliberate design to the universe using detailed astronomical data he uncovered researching Neolithic science.

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History of Giants

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Date: Saturday - August 20, 2005
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Steve Quayle, Dr. John Abramson

Author Steve Quayle discussed the origins and historical accounts of giants. More info and photos on giants here.

Overdosed America

In the first hour, Dr. John Abramson, a clinical instructor at the Harvard Medical School and author of Overdosed America, called the state of America's health care system a "national emergency." According to Abramson, 40% of the most quoted medical studies do not stand up when the studies are repeated. Abramson pointed out that most clinical studies are funded by drug companies, and are five times more likely to show a given drug works. Abramson also revealed that Americans are paying twice as much for health care than the citizens of 21 other industrialized nations, yet living less time in good health. At least 30% of health care received by Americans is not necessary and is often harmful, he explained, resulting in a staggering $600 billion in wasted health care costs.

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