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    Flat Earth is the ultimate truth of all truths

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    this show is focused around the feeling of freedom and the revolution of getting back your mind after realizing everything is a lie.. everything you thought was true is false and everything you thought was false is true. and no this is not Opposite Day.. this is for Real.

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    Season 2, Episode 10: Man, Wife, and Agriculture

    in Science

    Laurence F. Muhammad, born Lawrence Palmer, has been growing and planting since he was six years old. Whether it was helping his father in the garden in Hartford, CT. or tending to his many house plants, Bro. Laurence was told by many in his family that he had a green thumb. At thirteen, Bro. Laurence was introduced to horticulture by Jill Barrett of the Knox Parks Foundation. This would be the beginning of his formal training in agriculture and horticulture. 
    Chaava Muhammad, an event, promotions, and marketing coordinator of Dress The Garden, is a native of Brooklyn, NY. After taking the journey to Tuskegee, Alabama for the 18th anniversary of the Million Man March, Chaava teamed up with her husband Laurence, to form B.A.S.E. (Black Agriculture Survival Expo), which aims in helping the black nation recognize the importance of beginning to do for self, instead of being dependent on others. B.A.S.E. would be a platform where black farmers, manufacturers, distributors, students, 
     
     

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    "The Art of Letting Go"

    in Psychology

    There is a lot of life wisdom to take from buddhism. No, I am not recommending that anybody change their religious beliefs and become buddhist! I am talking about how learning, practicing, and applying many buddhist principals into your own life, does lead to more peace, joy, and calm. Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Karin Weiri-Kolle, talks about this topic today.

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    Zero Point Energy & The Secret Space Program

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    There is a secret energy that the elite don't want you to know about.  It is called Zero point energy. To discuss this we have Mark McCandlish.
    Mark McCandlish is a nationally recognized conceptual and aviation artist, who worked within the defense and aerospace industries for the better part of thirty years.  He client list has included most of the major U.S. aerospace corporations, such as Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell International and the Boeing Company.  His work has also appeared in many  publications, such as Aviation Week & Space Technology, Jane's Defense Weekly, Navy Proceedings, Air & Space Smithsonian, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science and Discover Magazine.
    After high school he enlisted in the United States Air Force as an MA-1. ASQ-25 Weapons Control System Mechanic on the Convair F-106 and later attended various colleges on the G.I. Bill, including Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.
    After a short stint in the film industry as a matte artist intern, Mr. McCandlish accepted a job with General Dynamics in Pomona, California as a conceptual artist and technical publications editor, and later worked as an independent design and conceptual art consultant throughout the defense and aerospace environment.
    It was during those years that he became aware of some very exotic technologies.
     

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    Councilwoman Viagran and Air Quality

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    Councilwoman speaks about how San Antonio can maintain the status of the Cleanest Air City in the Nation.  She also emphasizes how we need to attract more start up businesses and air quality is vital to the city.

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    Reconnecting to Your Purpose

    in Psychology

    Doing this radio broadcast is one of the passions of my life.  Still I have not broadcasted an episode since September, how come?  This is for me; perhaps it will help someone else. I am talking to me about getting back on track. Come on! I know I can do it. I will get back to doing my weekly show and I am starting  now

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    Who Really Assassinated Malcom X And Martin King!

    in Psychology

     
    Johnson succeeded to the presidency following the assassination of John F. Kennedy, completed Kennedy's term and was elected President in his own right, winning by a large margin in the 1964 Presidential election. Johnson was greatly supported by the Democratic Party and, as President, was responsible for designing the "Great Society" legislation that included laws that upheld civil rights, Public Broadcasting, Medicare, Medicaid, environmental protection, aid to education, and his "War on Poverty." He was renowned for his domineering personality and the "Johnson treatment," his coercion of powerful politicians in order to advance legislation. Simultaneously, he greatly escalated direct American involvement in the Vietnam War. As the war dragged on, Johnson's popularity as President steadily declined. After the 1966 mid-term Congressional elections, his re-election bid in the 1968 United States presidential election collapsed as a result of turmoil within the Democratic Party related to opposition to the Vietnam War. He withdrew from the race amid growing opposition to his policy on the Vietnam War and a worse-than-expected showing in the New Hampshire primary. Privately! Johnson worked against Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King and Minister Malcolm X as they sought to unite their campaign differences. It is becoming common knowledge of Johnson's "racist bully tactics" and "racist political politics."  He first designed the death of Malcolm X in 1965. Later he designed the death of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr in 1968. To stand against any thing that Lyndon Johnson stood for was welcome suicide. Among them was protesting the war of vietnam ( Dr. King) and the internationalization of the Negro struggle to the United Nations (Malcom X).

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    An evening with Pamela Spiro Wagner

    in Psychology

    Pamela Spiro Wagner graduated phi beta kappa from Brown University in 1975 then went to medical school before being hospitalized for psychiatric care. The diagnosis was schizophrenia for decades. Nevertheless, Wagner has won many awards for her writing.  Among her books is a popular memoir written with her twin sister, a psychiatrist, called, DIVIDED MINDS: Twin Sisters and Their Journey through Schizophrenia. Despite much adversity, Wagner has been lucky enough to have experienced four life-changing miracles along the way. The passion to write poetry and then to discover a talent for art in 2008 at the age of 55 are two of these. Wagner currently resides along with her cat, Beanie Baby, in Brattleboro, where she disavows all mental illness labels.

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