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We have mainly focused on state crimes in these podcasts, but today we are going to talk about prosecutions in federal court, and the role of a cooperating witness or defendant.
On today's show I'll be joined by Phillip Proffer who will share some of the incredible breakthroughs in structured water that were pioneered by Max Langenburg, born Prince Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg who hailed from Langenburg, Germany. He was a former rocket scientist dedicated his life to helping people live happier and healthier lives. He founded Aquarius Water (now Langenburg Water) which was the culmination of 35 years of his research.
We'll learn more about this visionary and how he's profoundly changed the nature of water as well as other inventions like the flying car.
We'll also discover the ways in which Langenburger plans to bring it's technology directly to you and why local municplaliies need this technology immediately to rectify and improve the quality of any water supply and how all of it might just relate to holy grail itself.
Last week brought the ultimate in technical difficulties - TheConversation studio crashed. More specifically the studio computer died in her sleep. This week, back with a new machine, Cathy will proffer some opinions on recent news and share some more gems from the audio archive. The Conversation is not about technology. It's about what you do with it. Jumping from this basic premise, each week The Conversation's Executive Producer & Host Cathy Brooks explores the bits and bytes th