Matthew Stein holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He is an engineer, author and building contractor. He has also worked as a schoolteacher, carpenter, and rock climbing and ski instructor. As the owner of Aloha Aina Builders, Stein built hurricane resistant, energy efficient and environmentally friendly homes. As a mechanical engineer and president of Stein Design, he has designed consumer water filtration devices, commercial water filtration systems, photovoltaic roofing panels, medical bacteriological filters, drinking fountains, emergency chemical drench systems, computer disk drives, portable fiberglass buildings and automated assembly machinery for Open Energy, Hewlett Packard, Seagate, Plantronics, Duraflame, Haws, and IGT, among other companies.
Author and mechanical engineer, Matthew Stein, an expert in preparedness, discussed the ongoing debacle of Fukushima - including background radiation rising, food chain contamination, and the targeting of whistleblowers.
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In the first half, scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Dean Radin, talked about the Global Consciousness Project (GCP), as well as his scientific experiments studying psychic abilities and other 'supernormal' characteristics.
In the first half of the program, author and preparedness expert Mathew Stein discussed the latest information on the Ebola outbreak and how people can avoid catching the illness should an epidemic occur.
In the first half, Peter Phillips, sociology professor and recent past director of Project Censored, joined John B. Wells to discuss wealth inequality, the power elite, threats to the democratic process and independent journalism.
This special program featured three psychics, each appearing in separate hours. Intuitive Coach Jerry Hoskey discussed his predictions for earthquakes and solar flares, as well as how our physical fitness is related to our energetic and psychic fitness. Psychic astrologer More »
In the first half, Associate Professor of Economics and Law, William Black, joined George Knapp for a discussion on how our economic crisis has been brought about by deliberate fraud on the part of banks involved in real estate loans.
In the latter half, engineer, author and building contractor, More »
During the first half of the program, entrepreneur Bob Bigelow discussed Bigelow Aerospace, the decline of NASA, and the formation of a new company aimed at finding exotic technologies. Detailing the goals of Bigelow Aerospace, he explained that they hope to lease their facilities to countries that are developing their own space agencies and to corporations wanting to perform experiments in... More »