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Tonight Lorraine Roe and Helen Michaels talk the hidden messages of the movie Transformers! And how Bumblebee plays a role similar to the actual role of our guardian angels. We have special guest Crystal Blackburn, who knows about psychic abilites and Yellow Cameros. Join us!
In the world of beekeeping, neonicotinoids have maintained the spotlight as the scientific evidence continues to grow regarding the decline of the worlds bee population. Neonicotinoids are defined by the EPA as a class of insecticides with a common mode of action that affects the central nervous system of insects, causing paralysis and death. All of the neonicotinoids were registered after 1984 and were not subject to reregistration. Some uncertainties have been identified since their initial registration regarding the potential environmental fate and effects of neonicotinoid pesticides, particularly as they relate to pollinators. Data suggests that neonicotinic residues can accumulate in pollen and nectar of treated plants and may represent a potential exposure to pollinators. Adverse effects data as well as beekill incidents have also been reported, highlighting the potential direct and/or indirect effects of neonicotinic pesticides. Therefore, among other refinements to ecological risk assessment during registration review, the Agency will consider potential effects of the neonicotinoids to honeybees and other pollinating insects. Dr. David Goulson, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Sterling and his team have conducted new research titled “Neonicotinoid pesticide reduces bumble bee colony growth and queen production.” In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer and special guest co- host, Tom Theobald talk to Dr. David Goulson, Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Sterling to discuss his research. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved
This week's episode features DeJuana Lozada, founder and editor of the Texas Higher Education Journal. Lozada went from being homeless to becoming the youngest spokesperson for the U.S. Department of Defense, European Command. Hear her unique story of determination and why she has the mentality of a bumblebee.
As FAST & FURIOUS 6 clings to the number #1 box office spot for the second consecutive week, join film critic Jamille Bradfield and her special guest, Atlanta's own Daryl Keith Killian, aka the Auto Nsider, during the first hour of the show as we discuss iconic Hollywood cars. From the 1977 Trans Am in SMOKEY & THE BANDIT to the DeLorean DMC-12 featured in the BACK TO THE FUTURE franchise, cars have played key roles (and characters i.e. Bumblebee, Herbie, Christine) in movies for decades. Chime in with your favorite movies featuring automobiles, action-packed car chases and other extraordinary rubber-meets-the-road scenes. And if you have a question or need advice relating to anything car related, Daryl has the answer! Call toll-free 646-200-0459 to join the conversation.
Tonight on AVFM News and Activism: Kristina Hansen, Canadian News DirectorKristina Hansen, AKA The Wooly Bumblebee, will be joining us for the first time as Canadian News Director for AVFM as part of our effort to feature our news correspondents regularly on the show. We will be talking about her history and ascension as an MRA as well as the formation of the new African Circumcision Accountability Committee on which she now serves. Hansen is already proving to be a tremendous asset
.....And drones are not toy airplanes. On this episode of Point Blank 411: Let's look more indepth at Pro Football Concussions, some stats and insight on one of the most common hazards of the sport. Drones are becoming more and more relevant in modern warfare. Could they be the prelude to total Cyber conflicts? I'll look at both on this episode. Bumblebee Tuna employee perishes after falling in a processor. The Story inside The American Family Association faces off with The South
Well it's thursday again, and that means A Voice for Men radio is coming on in a few hours over at blogtalkradio.com / avoiceformen – and Girl Writes What, Woolly Bumblebee, James Huff, and me, Johntheother will be on to talk about stuff. But what stuff exactly is it this week? This is the second episode of AVFM radio for 2013, and in case you haven't noticed 2012 was a hell of a year for the men's rights movement. So much so that the landscape, the tides and even gravity are
Geek culture from a men's rights/red pill perspective. Special guest host: Wooly Bumblebee and xxToyedxx!! Show notes: http://www.avoiceformen.com/a-voice-for-men/tfi-attack-of-the-killer-attention-whores/ Topics include Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas, Anita Sarkeesian and other attention whores in the gaming industry such as Frag Dolls, Truth and Oblivion comics, Who Needs Feminism, Michael Coren, Michael Calleri, Violent abusive stalinist thugs, Suzanne Venker and the War on Men, Permu
This week we are on hiatus, so will be re-running episode 1 for those of you who may have missed it. Copy of the show notes can be found here if you want to follow along on the stories: http://www.avoiceformen.com/updates/radio-updates/avfm-radio-tales-from-the-infrared-debuts/ Look for a new episode next week, featuring The Wooly Bumblebee!
Jim Daichendt and Bumblebee talk LA Street Art! Stay Up! Los Angeles Street Art is an investigation of the global phenomenon of street art. Told from the perspective of artists working in Los Angeles, it offers a new vantage point for understanding an art form that is widely popular yet has been the subject of speculation and much uncertainty. Questions whether street art is the next major art movement or if it a simply a trend and the differences between graffiti and street art
It is that time of the year again in New York as well as other parts of the world where spring has sprung and the grass is beginning to grow. In garden centers and nurseries, there are a myriad of products that are being pushed on the consumer that are not necessarily needed in order to keep your lawn healthy all summer long. There are also products that contain harsh chemicals that are dangerous to all beings. Chemicals, such as Imidacloprid, which are part of the neonicotinoid family, will wipe out any chance that a butterfly or bumblebee will visit your home to pollinate the vegetables in your garden much less any flowers. Many of these products, subsequently, are very expensive and completely unnecessary. Thanks to clever marketers, people are buying them without having any idea as to how much damage they are doing to their own lawns. To top it off, there are certain times of the year when specific products should be used but are marketed to be used all year round. When it comes to alternatives to these chemicals, they are never even mentioned because this would prevent the chemical companies from enjoying their healthy profits while your lawn becomes unhealthy. Unfortunately, the public only knows what they learn from clever commercials and ads as they spend dollar after dollar buying products that are a complete waste and are contributing to declining pollinator populations. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Tom Kelly, CEO of Firebelly Organic Lawn Care about what consumers should know in order to have a healthy lawn. Stay tuned!
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