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This Thursday on Fieldstone Common we will speak with jeweler and curator Sarah Nehama about In Death Lamented, an exhibit about mourning jewelry. Mourning jewels, tangible expressions of love and sorrow, are the focus of In Death Lamented on view at the Massachusetts Historical Society (MHS) through 31 January 2013. The exhibition features more than 80 objects representing some of the best examples of this type of jewelry. The jewelry included in the exhibition illustrates some of the most e
That one guy brought death into this world a long time ago. But heyy! Theres good news! Another man came to reverse this and restore us even more abundantly! And to think, you actually believed that one guy, Adam, is greater than that one guy, Christ. Death Sucks, But Not For Long
Death By DVD returns after two weeks off to discuss Sexy Beast, a quaint sincere movie about several British farmers who decide to go on a fun filled adventure to the big city, with gut busting laughs and a warm surprisingly comforting tone, Sexy Beast will leave you and your family saying "Gee Golly!"
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Penny Sartori is a registered nurse who began researching Near Death Experiences (NDEs) in 1995 after one of her long-term intensive care patients begged her to let him die in peace. The event shook her deeply and eventually led her to enroll in a PhD program to research NDEs.
Sartori studied three samples of ICU patients during a five year period. The first consisted of 243 patients from the first year of data collection who survived their ICU experience. Of those, two experienced an NDE, and two an out-of-body experience (OBE). The second cohort consisted of survivors of cardiac arrest during the five year period. Of those, 39 patients (or 18%) experienced an NDE. The third cohort consisted of all the patients who experienced an NDE during the five year period.
One patient in particular, patient number 10, stands out for Sartori. “He was in bad condition,” she says. “When we put him into bed he was unconscious and unresponsive. Later he reported an OBE. He was accurately able to tell us which doctor was in the room and what he had said while he was unconscious. He claimed to have met his deceased father and a Jesus-like figure. But the most extraordinary part was that afterwards he was able to use his hand, which had been paralyzed since birth. There is no medical explanation for how that healing occurred.”
Sartori says, “In medicine, we’re trained to believe that the brain gives rise to consciousness. My research into NDEs has made me question this prevailing paradigm, which admittedly is very widespread. The most important lesson for me has been a deeper appreciation for death and a whole lot less fear and anxiety about it.”
In addition to detailing dozens of case studies, the book also discusses childhood NDEs, differences in NDEs among different cultures, and the after-effects of NDEs--one of which is the inability, in some patients, to wear a wrist-watch.
In 1973, there were just 134 inmates on death row throughout the country. In 1982, that number rose to 1,050 inmates. Since 1982, the population of death row prisoners has been steadily increasing and has never dropped below 1,000 inmates. There are 3,125 people total on death row in America.
Who are these people? Are they all guilty or could any of them be innocent and be facing an unjust execution? Should we have a Dealth Penalty? Does it do what it is intended to do? Is it morally right? What is the cost, financially and otherwise? What are some of these stories and why should we ordinary, everyday people even care? Does anyone care and if so, who?
There are so many relative issues, as well; such as Mass Incarceration and what our core values as a nation should be vs. what they actually are. Don't miss this show! It will be educational, enlightening, emotional and in some cases, shocking! As always, we will not only point out the problems, but also the solutions and we will focus on the actions required to implement the solutions.
This Sunday, April 13th, just click this link or dial 818-739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere. Then, just dial 1 to join our on air, international discussion.
Tune in Tuesday April 15, at 8 PM CDT to listen to an in-depth discussion about the death penalty with death row exonerees Sabrina Porter and Derrick Jamison.
Sabrina Butler Porter was a Mississippi teenager who was convicted of murder and child abuse in the death of her nine-month-old son, Walter. She was sentenced to death in 1990. She was later exonerated of all wrongdoing and was released in 1995 after spending more than five years in prison and 33 months on death row. She is the only woman in the United States exonerated from death row.
Derrick Jamison was an innocent man who spent nearly 20 years on Ohio’s death row for a murder and robbery he did not commit. An eyewitness to the killing identified two men and neither of them was Derrick Jamison. This information was withheld from the defense, and his co-defendant was promised a reduced sentence in exchange for implicating Derrick. Misconduct and false testimony landed Derrick on death Row in 1985. Derrick spent 20 years on death row before his case was corrected in 2005.
Sabrina and Derrick are 2 of 144 people that have been exonerated from death row in the United States. According to Witness to Innocence, for every nine prisoners executed since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976, one innocent person was condemned to die and later exonerated. These statistics are completely unacceptable and make a strong argument for abolishing the death penalty.
Bernie Tutwiler is back this week on the Near Death Experience: Evolving show on Wednesday nights every week from 8-9pm. There will be a weekly guest and open-talk nights. Come listen in and on the half hour from 8:30-9pm he will be taking phone calls from anyone interested in sharing an experience or with questions of either the host or his guest.
The call in number is 215-383-3721. Donations are accepted and can be made to email@example.com on Paypal. Any assistance you can give to keep the show on the air would be appreciated. We look forward to speaking to you and sharing each and every NDE that has been discussed at the Fort Lauderdale group and in the book "Blessings in Disguise" by Dr. Barbara Romer.
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Alex, host of Skeptiko, is a successful entrepreneur turned science podcaster based in Del Mar, California. After short stints as a research associate at the University of Arizona, and a member of the Texas Instruments Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Alex founded Mind Path Technologies (now a part of InFocus Corporation). In 2007 he founded Skeptiko which has become the #1 podcast covering the science of human consciousness. Alex has appeared on syndicated radio talk shows both in the US and the UK and is well-know within the parapsychology and near-death experience research communities.
"I guess Skeptiko grew out of my love for learning while listening. I've been a books-on-tape junkie for years and used to download radio shows before podcasting took off. Knowledge really is power. When I turned my interest to science and parapsychology I often felt like there were questions that just weren't getting asked and answered. So, I started Skeptiko to get some answers."You can find Alex at skeptiko.com alex @ skeptiko.com
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Death By DVD returns with Hank and Nash discussing the 1991 film that lets you peak into the mind of a man that may have some fetishes he needs to work out with a therapist, that's right, Wes Cravens "The People Under The Stairs"
The first leatherman experience of Ving Rhames and the start of a life long phobia of Everett McGill.
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If You Realized That You Could Never Die, How Would You Live Your Life?
Join Cloris Kylie as she interviews speaker, author, and entrepreneur Sandra Champlain. Sandra will share insights of her 15-year journey to find evidence of the afterlife. Sandra will also share new information on how our brains function during the grieving process, and will provide tools that ease pain and save lives.
More about Sandra:
Sandra Champlain is a top graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. She owns The Kent Coffee and Chocolate Company in Connecticut and travels with world-class race car teams providing hospitality in the American Le Mans and Grand-Am series.
Sandra's fear of dying led her on a 15-year journey to
find proof that life after death is real. After the death of her father, she created "How to Survive Grief," a free audio that was quickly heard by thousands worldwide. Armed with this powerful information that has reduced pain and saved lives, she wrote "We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death." That has become and #1 international best-seller. She is also the subject of the video documentary called "We Don't Die."
Sandra's website: www.wedontdie.com
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