• 00:45

    Hypervocal Primates (1.0) Superpowered Cybernetic Chimps.

    in Podcasting

    Our FIRST OFFICIAL EPISODE.

    In this week's Hypervocal Primates, A crappy DUI stop, The good and bad about the strikedown of prop. 8, and a dog who is also an amateur surgeon.

    We talk about cybernetics for a few minutes, and in this week's 1,2,3-and-a-bonus: gods, superpowers, and alcoholic drinks.

    In Hypervocal Reflexes: natural and man-made disasters & video games; then in our special celebrity edition with Katt: broadway shows.

  • 01:30

    End of the year recap on all things Bigfoot/What is in store for the New Year.

    in Science

    Join Monster X Radio hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson Sunday December 21st at 4 p.m. as they recap all things Bigfoot from the past year, and discuss what is possibly in store for the upcoming New Year. Call in to speak with the hosts or to listen live (347) 326-9859 Press 1 to talk.

  • 01:01

    Eco-Heroes to the Rescue! Captain Planet Spotlight Series – Part II

    in Environment

    Dr. Jane Goodall, the Jane Goodall Institute & Leesa Carter-Jones, Executive Director, Captain Planet Foundation


    Drum Roll Please! Our guest for the first part of our show is Dr. Jane Goodall! Dr. Goodall is the founder, mentor and inspiration behind the Jane Goodall Institute. In July 1960, at the age of 26, Jane Goodall traveled from England to what is today Tanzania and bravely entered the little-known world of wild chimpanzees. The world started watching her and we have never stopped. Today, Jane’s work revolves around inspiring action on behalf of endangered species, particularly chimpanzees, and encouraging people to do their part to make the world a better place for people, animals, and the environment we all share. Jane will be the Exemplar Awardee at the Captain Planet Foundation’s Annual Gala in Atlanta on December 5th. Leesa Carter-Jones will inform and delight us as the second guest on our commercial free show. Leesa passionately believes the work of the Captain Planet Foundation is a vital part of the solution for our planet. She also believes we can’t afford to raise another generation without honoring and supporting the fact that every child holds a key to solving the environmental problems plaguing our communities. It is our job to give student change-makers the tools, funding, and best practices to solve and implement their answers. Her passion is contagious! Listen and be inspired with me. This show sponsored by The Fairfax Companies.

  • 00:53

    Observer created reality - There is no such thing as the REAL World

    in Health

    Dr. Love interviews Dianne Collins author of Do you Quantum Think.  The world is changing at a dizzying pace. We're all looking for new ways of thinking that can bring about real solutions to modern problems, from the pursuit of inner serenity to solving world conflicts. In Do You QuantumThink? author Dianne Collins shares her ingenious discovery that reveals a critical missing link to make sense of our changing times. Her discovery provides us with the understanding and methodology to rise above problems of today by laying the foundation for an entirely new way to think. WE all think we know what reality is but our 5 senses are severely limited.  Birds can see better than humans.  Dogs can hear better than humans.  Cats can smell better than humans.  Snakes can taste better than humans and we have the same attention span as a fish.  Humans keep making the same mistakes over and over and as a species we haven't overcome violence in 35,000 years.  According to Time magazine there are only 4% less violent conflicts than there were 100 years ago.  Although we think we know what human nature is there seems to some birds and primates who have more intimacy and feelings for other species than we do.  

  • 00:18

    Karl Ammann Discusses The Project to End Great Ape Slavery

    in Environment

    We are at a critical point where so many species are on the brink of extinction. Primates are one of the endangered species that are hunted for food and captured for exploitation. Great apes – chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orangutans – are in great demand in Middle Eastern and East Asian safari parks, zoos and private menageries. Most shocking is the fact that corrupt national CITES officials in several countries are deeply involved in the trafficking. Many die en route to the transit cities, packed in between other illicit products, they suffocate, starve to death, or their little throats dry up whilst calling for help which never arrives.  It's a journey through Hell, to slavery, to a life behind bars. It is a life sentence for a crime which they have never committed.


    In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to wildlife photographer and environmental advocate, Karl Ammann, about this crisis and what we can do to protect all primates. 


    Today's show is brought to you by Eden Foods the most trusted name in certified organic clean food! Shop online at EdenFoods.com and enter the coupon code “ORGVIEW” when prompted during checkout to receive 20% OFF any regularly priced items (excluding cases). For other promotional offers, please visit TheOrganicView.com’s website.

  • 02:00

    Our Synthetic Genesis w/ Kira Lessin and Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D

    in Religion

    Prercorded...


    Guests are Anthropologist Sasha Lessin, Ph.D and partner Janet Kira Lessin.


    "WE’LL FIND NO MISSING LINKS HERE SINCE WE DIDN’T EVOLVE FROM TERRAN PRIMATES."


    "In anthropology in the ‘60s, my teachers attributed all human development to gradual evolution. A Miocene or Pliocene anthropoid ape that evolved from simpler primates slowly, in turn, evolved over millions of years into us  [Clark, D., W., 1959, History of the Primates:178].  We multiplied as we planted food, created cities and developed ever-more effective technologies. Yet, in terms of biological evolution, we lacked linking intermediate skeletons of primates from which the teachers thought we evolved and modern findings indicate several contemporaneous advanced hominids co-existed with Homo Erectus, and may have been the product of human settlement on Earth long before Enki and crew colonized Earth, some 400,000 years ago."


    The theory of panspermia, that Earth was “seeded from elsewhere,” was put forth in cuneiform clay tablets millennia ago."


    “300,000 years ago, “the Anunnaki [from the planet Nibiru] jumped the gun on [Earth's] evolution and, using genetic engineering, upgraded a hominid, Homo Erectus–to an intelligent, tool-handling Homo sapiens) to be their serf. "

  • 01:02

    Chat with Charity Show w/ Charity Wilder- Fischer

    in Youth

    Talk about the Sponsors 1st.


    Halloween


    Today show


    SCHOOL- Paterson Public School Board Elections- the winner were Chrysal Cleaves, Dr. Joahnthan Hogdes, and Rev. Lisa Mimms.  Cant forget about Mr. T.J. Best who won his seat back as Passaic County Freeholder...


    What has the first marking of the school year shown you so far? Call in and lets talk about what your 1st making period is about....


    SPORTS - Dispite the Jets record and they have the Steelers this sunday at home. and Ben Roethlisberger has been on Fire the last two weeks throwing 12 touchdown passes. but i have a good feel about this one.


    NBA started  with the New York Knicks new coach and team, Labron James back in Ohio, ans my Brooklyn Nets....


    Whats Crazy- Ebola, is a disease of humans and other primates. Primates are Apes, like the Movie....


    this is crazy too    the weather

  • 00:30

    Ebola Pandemic- Weapons of Mass Destruction:Part 2

    in Motivation

    Ebola  is a disease of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses. Signs and symptoms typically start within 21 days  after contracting the virus; early symptoms include: a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches; later symptoms that show up include: vomiting, diarrhea and rash. The later symptoms come about because of malfunction of the liver and kidneys and some victims begin to bleed internally. Death, due to low blood pressure and fluid loss can occur as early as one week after symptoms appear. The virus is acquired by contact with blood or body fluids of an infected person, animal or direct contact with a recently contaminated item.


     Spread through the air has not been documented in the natural environment. Fruit bats are believed to be the normal carrier of ebolaviruses in nature. Humans and other animals can become infected by contact with living or dead bats or dead animal that has been infected by bats. Once a human is infected, the virus can be spread between people.  Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for two months. Blood samples are tested for viral antibodies, viral RNA, or the virus itself to confirm the diagnosis.


    Prevention includes handling potentially infected items while wearing protective clothing and washing hands when around a person with the disease. Medical personnel who handle samples of body fluids and tissues from people with the disease should take special caution.


    No specific treatment for the disease has been presented to the health community. The disease has a high risk of death with the virus killing, on average, 50% of those infected.  The World Health Organization first discussed Ebola as a disease in 1976. The largest outbreak to date is the current 2014 outbreak affecting the countries, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia in Africa.  As of  October 22nd 2014, 9,964 cases with  4,881 deaths  have been reported.

  • 00:31

    Ebola Pandemic: Weapon of Mass Destruction

    in Current Events

    Ebola  is a disease of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses. Signs and symptoms typically start within 21 days  after contracting the virus; early symptoms include: a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches; later symptoms that show up include: vomiting, diarrhea and rash. The later symptoms come about because of malfunction of the liver and kidneys and some victims begin to bleed internally. Death, due to low blood pressure and fluid loss can occur as early as one week after symptoms appear. The virus is acquired by contact with blood or body fluids of an infected person, animal or direct contact with a recently contaminated item.


     Spread through the air has not been documented in the natural environment. Fruit bats are believed to be the normal carrier of ebolaviruses in nature. Humans and other animals can become infected by contact with living or dead bats or dead animal that has been infected by bats. Once a human is infected, the virus can be spread between people.  Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for two months. Blood samples are tested for viral antibodies, viral RNA, or the virus itself to confirm the diagnosis.


    Prevention includes handling potentially infected items while wearing protective clothing and washing hands when around a person with the disease. Medical personnel who handle samples of body fluids and tissues from people with the disease should take special caution.


    No specific treatment for the disease has been presented to the health community. The disease has a high risk of death with the virus killing, on average, 50% of those infected.  The World Health Organization first discussed Ebola as a disease in 1976. The largest outbreak to date is the current 2014 outbreak affecting the countries, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia in Africa.  As of  October 22nd 2014, 9,964 cases with  4,881 deaths  have been reported.

  • 00:45

    Hypervocal Primates (0.5) Inceptional

    in Podcasting

    The Hypervocal Primates give their review of Inception. This week's "1-2-3 and a bonus" deals with living in vehicles, geographic features, space colonies, and hypothetical presidential picks. in "Hypervocal Reflexes," Windows, Mac or Linux, and our guest does a specially tailored edition involving celebrities and diseases.

  • 00:31

    Hypervocal Primates (0.1) The Test Episode.

    in Podcasting

    The Hypervocal Primates introduce themselves; a segment on our favorite internet hangouts; a discussion of our experiences with the internet, past and present. It's going to be a half-hour of information-aged fun.

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