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As we shift from petroleum-based energy to renewable energy, the production of biofuel, created from invasive species appears to be a viable option. However, certain plant species which have been proposed for biofuel production include invasive species and/or other plants which have the potential to escape cultivation. Is this a good solution for eliminating an environmental issue while satisfying an energy need or is this type of biofuel merely creating a disaster in the making? In thi
Dr.Paul Reillo is the founding director of the Rare SpeciesConservatory Foundation, a non –profit organization dedicatedto preserving global biodiversity. Reillo has spent many yearsas a field-oriented research zoologist and conservationpractitioner. Today he focuses on the demography andgenetics of small populations of endangered wildlife. Over thepast 20 years, Reillo and colleagues at the Rare SpeciesConservation have taken a practical, hands-on approach tobiodiversity conservation
Host Kathy Sipple speaks with John Ervin of Primal Elegance about Synergistic Living Solutions. In Northwest Indiana, there are over 70 invasive species of plants that threaten one or more things that we value. They impact our gardens, our farms, our woodlands, our ponds, our landscapes, and our comforts. Unlike the weeds with which we are most accustomed, like dandelions and thistles, these “super-weeds” not only dominate their habitat, but they a
Todays story begins with a brief discussion of "The Book of Woe: The DSM and The Death of Psychiatry" by psychologist Gary Greenberg. In it Greenberg demontrates how the same psychiatrists who developed the DSM refer to it as "bullshit" and a "noble lie." While I will discuss the book itself at a later date (hopefully with Dr. Greenberg himself) the book makes clear that psychiatry fits its own definition of a delusion: a false belief held as true in the face of all evidence that disproves it. To mental health professionals delusions are proof of the most serious forms of mental illness and disorders. We will then continue with the Freudian and Psychoanalytic interpretation of how delusions represent defence mechanisms that create alternate views of reality too painful for the deluded individuals to live by and Freud's contention that all religions are, in fact, myths and delusions! I will then discuss Freud's theory that sexual repression causes mental illness and suggest that this was Freud's delusion, accepted by a majority of psychonanalysts. Finally, I will suggest that our species lives according to myths and delusions that we are destroying ourselves and our planet by doing so. I will end by hoping that my beliefs are delusions and that I am wrong about everything I said in tonight story.
This week we complete the conversation about consciousness as we delve into the Collective, Cosmic, and Unconsciousness.Collective Consciousness is the set of shared beliefs, ideas, and moral attitudes which operate as an underlying force within society. Could this be social media? Cosmic or Higher Consciousness refers to the evolution of spiritual knowledge. Collective unconscious is a term coined by Carl Jung. The unconscious mind is expressed in humanity and all life forms with nervous systems, and describes how the structure of the psyche autonomously organizes experience. Jung distinguished the collective unconscious from the personal unconscious, in that the personal unconscious is a personal reservoir of experience unique to each individual, while the collective unconscious collects and organizes those personal experiences in a similar way with each member of a particular species. (Source: Wikepedia.org)
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As a species I think we all have a slight small problem. Most of love to talk. We love to give advice and argue. However very few of us want to listen. Some of us love the sound of our voice so much that we forget to listen to others, even the one with whom you are having a conversation. Listening skill is a wonderful trait for us as business owners,entrepreneurs and community leaders.
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I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything.So if I’m going to learn,I must do it by listening.~Larry King
To listen closely and reply well is the highest perfection we are able to attain in the art of conversation.
#timeandspaceus 888-787-5424 Our 2013 Marathon is highlighted by our first ever charity fishing derby to benefit the Outer Banks Relief Fund, also featuring fierce competition between Mikes Smith and Chef Fay who for years have battled among the waves and currents - but usually in freshwater... Catch all the action and highlights plus insider analysis on the strategies and catches - $1 per fish plus bonus dollars depending on size/weight/species... Listeners encouraged to donate as well, listen LIVE 10PM-midnight for more info.
OTHER WORLD RADIO SASAH and JANET LESSIN - interview ANNUNAKI The Life and Loves of the Gods: "The Tangled Untold Story" You thought today’s soap operas are tangled, wait to you hear this! Tonight we are going to explore the untold story of the Gods, their life and loves. Much has been written on the Annunaki, but there are many "personal stories" about the Gods waiting to be told. We will explore the life and loves of Enki, Enlil, Markduk, Nanna (Suen/Sin), Ningal and MORE. Topics covered to include but not limited to: -What where the views on coupling from this species -Were they monogamous -Were relationship created to create alliances, or we their other motives -How did their relationships govern their Kingdoms Much will be covered in this very frank round table discussion interview. [Rated: A for "Adult Content & Subject Matter" not appropriate for those under 18]
Join us this evening as we discuss the strange disappearance of Florida online guardianship files that ocurred over a two week period. The files mysteriously reappeared within 10 minutes when Doug Franks questioned their wherabouts.
Doug and his brother had to request permission to see their mother for Mother's Day. The judge agreed, but the order was not received until the day after the holiday. The viscious and vengeful restrictions placed on the Franks brothers by the guardian are the most stringent and invasive we have ever seen.
In what is clearly a case of retaliation, the malfeasance of the judge involved and the contracted employees of the court should be grounds for prosecution.
This week we will continue the conversation about current events in the last days. We will look at various amalgamated animals and plants that have led to the creation of new species, new genetically modified foods and new products. We will also look at the laws and policies that have been passed that involve these new scientific advancements. Pastor Andre Campbell, associate pastor of the Palm Bay SDA Church and the creator of the children's animated series The Fruit Troop will be our guest speaker.