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Tonite (2.25.2014) we covered:
Gun registration in CT and the Sandy Hook FALSE FLAG.
Pesticide use 300 million pounds from 100 to 400 million.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer, will be joined by special guest host, Tom Theobald to talk to Dr. Chensheng (Alex) Lu, Associate Professor of Environmental Exposure Biology at Harvard, about his research on honeybees and neonicotinoids.
Dr. Lu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Dr. Lu's primary research interest is in the area of pesticide exposure and health risk assessment using biological monitoring approach. Dr. Lu is developing a research program integrating novel exposure assessment tools, physiologically-base pharmacokinetic models and cumulative risk assessment models.
Dr. Lu's current research projects include:
exploring the feasibility of assessing pesticide exposure using saliva as a biomarker, assessing children's aggregate pesticide exposures in a longitudinal manner, investigation the variation of dietary consumption patterns and the corresponding pesticide exposure, and estimating absorbed pesticide dose in children and farm worker population using Exposure-Related Dose Estimating Model. Dr. Lu currently serves as an ad hoc member on the US EPA Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Scientific Advisory Panel, and an ad hoc member on the National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) grant peer-review panel. Stay tuned!
TONIGHT: Organic or Low Pesticide Food on a Budget
Listen tonight as we discuss finding produce that doesn't break the grocery budget bank. Learn to decipher codes and how to spot some of the best selections from any produce market.
Hope you'll join us!
"Preparing you and your kitchen with tools, tips, skills and encouragement."
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/
ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon Central time. Join Brenda as she explores trending topics that hit the mark with what today's folks want to know!
What’s going on with GMOs in our food?
Stacy Malkan, founder of MOVE THE MARKET has been named "one of five visionaries leading the charge to better health," by Experience Life! Magazine, and "one of seven powerful women in the natural beauty industry," by NewHope360. She shares her wisdom about genetic engineering and the future of food.
The Science and Politics of Genetic Engineering
The Faith Case for Non GMO
GMOs and the Pesticide Treadmill
How to Create a Sustainable Food System
Choosing Healthy Foods for Your Family
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A free form, unscripted call-in talk radio show. We explore a variety of topics including the strange, creepy, twisted and bizarre. From Strange Science, Interesting Fetishes, Cool Music & Film and of course the Paranormal.
It's kinda like Coast to Coast AM, but with cool cats, really hot girls and a passive-aggressive, mute rabbit! Horror Artist Sissy Pesticide with special CoHost Burlesque Stage Star & Pin-up Model Jenn Martin!
Music Review by Ladyaslan John 3-16 (band)
ANOTHER WEEK IS HERE! TIME TO TALK ABOUT ISSUES THAT ARE AFFECTING OUR COMMUNITY AND COUNTRY.
WE WILL START THE WEEK OUT DISCUSSING THE LATEST NEWS HEADLINES AND CURRENT GLOBAL EVENTS.
How the Supreme Court allowed the 1% percent control
What the Court's Harris v. Quinn Union Decision Means
Bank worker stole signatures of 150 clients and sold them to criminal gang
By “Punishing” France, The US Just Accelerated The Demise Of The Dollar
Future contraceptives will let women remote-control their fertility
New Pesticide-Autism Study Has Parents Scared And Alarmed
Homeless: City Boots Off-Grid Woman Out Of House
Corporations Making a Killing as Billions Are Poured Into Border Enforcement
ALSO ON MELLOW MONDAY SAY WHATS ON YOUR MIND AND LET THE CONVERSATION FLOW.
THESE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE TOPICS THAT WILL BE DISCUSSED ON MAD MONDAY, CANNOT WAIT TO SEE YOU THERE.
Tyrone Hayes - Enviromental Advocate 6:15pm
His laboratory discovered that Atrazine — the world's number one selling herbicide and most common contaminant of ground and surface water — is an endocrine disruptor that both chemically castrates and feminizes amphibians. This pesticide along with others appears to have a major impact on wild amphibians and is likely an important contributor to amphibian declines. More importantly, the underlying mechanism of Atrazine's action (the decrease in testosterone and increase in estrogen production) has been identified in all vertebrate classes examined (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including humans) and likely increases the risk of breast cancer and prostate problems (prostatitis and prostate cancer) in rodent models and humans.
Welcome to Dimensions of Quantum hosting Your Community Science Class. This is a new night as we expand the platform of Your Community Science Class beyond our 30-minute platform to a full two-hours!
On our upcoming program we are continuing to examine the destructive and invasive 'citrus greening' also known as HLB that is decimating the Florida orange industry.
We will briefly review our afternoon presentation and then take a more in-depth look at HLB, the causes and some of the solutions proposed by the industry.
We will also examine some permaculture solutions that have been suggested and explore their efficacy for future generations of the citrus industry and even the back yard citrus movement
Fetish Doll Emily Snow's Nocturnal Addictions
Live from Club Barbarella Houston TX
2404 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002
Be.Witched Wednesdays at Barbarella - Houston's Weekly Dark Underground Party!
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Featured Guest, the MI DirtFest Music Festival Owner/Cordinator: Matt Dalton
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Houston Club Girl, Fetish Doll Emily Snow brings her weekly Radio show of the Houston scene.
Her show features Interesting guests, the latest Club Sounds from around the Globe, and latest Strange Buzz topics.
As an Alt-Fetish Model and former phone sex operator, Fetish Doll Emily has pretty much seen and heard it all.
It's always interesting to hear what she'll be bringing her listeners every week.
Welcome to Your Community Science Class! On today's broadcast we explore the effects of Citrus Greening Disease. As we consider the global blights across nature, we are looking at huanlongbing, which has the potential to devastate citrus trees globally. Part 2 will air at 8pm eastern, hosted by Dimensions of Quantum where we will look at the solutions being proposed for this blight, which includes genetically modifiying all orange trees. There already has, over the past several years, been a large increase in pesticide usage on oranges. This begs the question, are oranges currently safe to consume? Join us as we explore this and many other questions regarding yet another devastating disease affecting the monoculture industry.
Marcia Ishii-Eiteman, Director of the Sustainable Food Systems Program and Senior Scientist for Pesticide Action Network briefed a group of writers on the science of genetically engineered foods and why California’s historic Proposition 37 – and the labeling of these products - is critical to protecting human health and the environment. Before joining PAN in 1996, Marcia worked in Asia and Africa for 14 years. discuss developed farmer field schools in ecological pest management, sustainable agriculture and community-based rural development projects in Southeast Asia, and women's health, literacy and resource conservation projects on the Thai-Cambodian and Somali-Ethiopian borders. Marica holds a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Cornell University; has written extensively on the ecological, social and political dimensions of food and agriculture and was a lead author of the UN- and World Bank-sponsored International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development, representing 400 scientists and 80 countries. Links http://www.panna.org/ http://news.firedoglake.com/2012/09/20/study-finds-tumors-organ-damage-in-lab-mice-from-exposure-to-genetically-modified-food/