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Join Mr Sam Garcia Jr. and Dr. Aaron T. Dossey of All Things Bugs as they discuss their love of insects and the research Dr. Aaron T. Dossey is involved with.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization is now looking at insects as a new food source. Over 2 billion people supplement their diets with insects which are high in protein and minerals. They say the feeding of insects is cheaper than cattle and other meats and can be farmed in large numbers. Ham Radio Expert Brent Scott will be our featured guest at the top of the hour. In the event solar flares or other disasters knock our power grids down this could be our only source of communication. Call ins are welcome.
PESTICIDES: Then, Now and Their Transition into Artificial Biology
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)
“Poison’s My Game ….. What’s Yours®” with Dr. Hildy® - Series
Pesticides are chemicals designed to kill a variety of pests, such as weeds, insects, rodents, and fungi. They can be characterized on the basis of function—insecticide, herbicide, rodenticide, fungicide, and others—and on the basis of chemical class. Insecticides accounted for nearly 25% of reported pesticide use in California in the late 1990s.
Though there many classes of pesticides, organochlorines such as DDT and dieldrin, are largely banned for use in the U.S., although some are still used. Widely used in the 1960s and 1970s, organochlorines are acutely toxic and very persistent in the environment. Many have been shown to be carcinogens, reproductive toxicants, or both.
The recent push towards organic and “safe” foods has been partly due to a backlash of citizens concerned about the toxicity of these pesticides and how much of that is unintentionally getting into the foods they are designed to protect. MORE>> http://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/dr-hildy-pesticides-then-now/
The month of Ramadan is over. Eid Mubarak. Have you noticed the first cousins in the Middle East are still dropping bombs on one another? Is there really an Astrological Mapping system that can tell us where on planet earth it is best for us to live? AstroCartoGraphy? Are you an Old Soul in physical form watching with awe the structured chaos we are creating on planet earth? And the animals/insects, what is their energy telling us? Bright red cardinals, huge spiders catching "what?" in their webs, praying mantis' suddenly showing up. Believe it or not it's all about the vibrations we send forth from within. We have much to discuss on Inside Matters Talk this Sunday so join me as we grow together. Namaste, Duchess
All chefs know that the secret to good food is fresh herbs. Whether you are a chef or just someone who appreciates the flavor of fresh, organic herbs, having an herb garden is becoming an essential part of every home environment. In addition to culinary uses, herbs are also grown for a myriad of reasons such as natural remedies, fragrance, beauty, to dye textiles, for attracting pollinators and even to repel other insects. Some herbs are even grown for spiritual ceremonies and rituals. While there are many uses for herbs, growing your own herbs is something that everyone should incorporate into their home environment. It is economic, good for the environment and good for your health! Tammi Hartung, author of Homegrown Herbs- A Complete Guide To Growing, Using and Enjoying More than 100 Herbs, will share her stories and inspirational guidelines for growing and using herbs as a part of ones daily lifestyle. She will discuss ways to garden on the windowsill during cold seasons and outdoors in the garden the rest of the year. She will describe ways to cook with herbs, how to prepare them for a proper cup of tea and how to use them in the bath. Bio: Tammi Hartung is an herbalist and organic grower with more than 32 years of experience. She and her husband, Chris, own and operate Desert Canyon Farm, a small certified organic wholesale farm in southern Colorado.Tammi is an international speaker and the author of Homegrown Herbs and Growing 101 Herbs That Heal. Her farm is a United Plant Savers botanical Sanctuary and a National Wildlife Habitat Sanctuary. Every spring Tammi and Chris open their farm to the public for 5 weekends as part of their Open Farm Days. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Herbal Goddess, Tammi Hartung. Stay tuned!
Speaker interview - Dr. Simon Gadbois
Visit www.caninescience.info to learn more about SPARCS Conference 2014 and how you can listen either in person or via their live streaming.
One of my favorite topics to discuss is dogs' incredible sense of smell! I can't wait to hear what Dr. Gadbois has to say on this matter, given his experience specifically researching this topic, and how it can be applied. Whether it be hypoglycemia, or invasive insects, Dr. Gadbois is doing some great work around this topic!
Find him at http://www.gadbois.org/simon/
And watch this great clip of some his program dogs being trained to detect scent. Notice the positive, encouraging tone!
On Sunday June 29th 2014 at 11 PM Europe Time, 10 PM UK Time, 5 PM EST, 4 PM CST, 3 PM MST, 2 PM PST The Pet Keeping Magazine and Radio Show on The Wacko Radio Network will have a discussion about the biological ecosystems of nature in South America and also talk about the South American Biotopes that are involved in the Pet industry and Public Aquariums and Zoos. This will involve discussions about plants, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals that are endemic to the South American continent. Special guest host Hannapro Discus and Willy The Beast Forrest will be the co hosts of the program and the two guests will be biologists John Brandyberry and Jim Carmark of Reefs and Rivers
Artists are featured in pictures for this show such as Sam Garcia Jr, Neil Myles, Paul Archer, Msart Works Suzanne Leonard Art