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Scott Cluthe talks with Nick Jans about his new book, A Wolf Called Romeo. A compelling story of an unlikely 6 year relationship with a Black Wolf in the Alaskan outback. Call in: 347-308-8478
I was born the son of a career diplomat and spent 12 of my first 13 years overseas—first Palermo, Sicily, then Vienna, Austria, and finally Thailand from 1962-67. My dad was the American consul in Udorn Thani, a forward CIA and special operations base for missions into Laos, and later on, into North Vietnam. I attended high school in the Washington DC area and graduated in 1977 from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, with a degree in English Literature. Though mostly raised in cities, I had always dreamed of living in a wilderness setting, and set out for Alaska in 1979. After an 800 mile canoe trip, I settled in a remote Eskimo village on the upper Kobuk River in northwest arctic Alaska, 200 miles off the road grid. I worked for a hunting guide, managed a trading post, and then became a schoolteacher to Inupiat Eskimo children in the local school. But my first love was always the seemingly limitless, wild country that surrounded me, and the creatures that roamed it. In 20 years of living in the region, I travelled tens of thousands of wilderness miles by skiff, canoe, on foot, skis, and snowmobile, often alone I’m a contributing editor to Alaska Magazine, and on USA Today’s board of editorial contributors. I currently live on a semi-remote homesite in Southeast Alaska with my wife, Sherrie, and our four dogs.
Brian Stetten and Ruthann Amarteifio are still looking for democracy!.
"America's Police State"
and other current topics. We'll be hitting the hot topics from Ukraine to US, from Palestine to Arctic------and,places in between!
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Source Nation! Tune in as Dr. Angelo Reynolds shares with you, tools for personal development and in the second hour, RL creates an arena where men can discuss issues and topics relevant to today.
Daryl McKeever - Author & Lifecoach 6:15pm
Known as a Motivator, Author and Life Coach Daryl McKeever is a native Philadelphian. With a back ground in Psychology, matriculating at Rutgers University, he came back to Philly and put his hands to the plow as an educator, administrator and counselor.
A long time class room teacher of Social Sciences and Philosophy, Daryl served as Principal before working in Foster Care and Suicide Prevention through social service agencies as well as Temple University. His social conscious propelled him to author a book “Sick and Tired of Sick and Tired” in an attempt to"Make a Change" and 2 Audio Books.
Stephanie D. McKenzie - Relationship Coach aka Steph the Coach 7:15pm
People often ask me how I became, “Coach Steph.” So…here goes… As the “goto” girl for relationship advice, I prided myself on being able to help people see what they couldn’t see was effecting their situation–romantic, platonic, family or as we now say, “complicated.” However, life took me through some changes, and no one was there to do that for me (I need a clone).
I was a misfit in junior high and high school, made popular through expensive clothes, and the fact that I had a computer when having a computer was a luxury. (I loved–and still have–my Apple IIe.) I hid a very powerful bout with low self-esteem in these things, and it took years for me to “love me with no clothes on.” But, I am here to tell you it can be done…no matter what you look like, or what size you wear.
The Curiosity, Stephen Kiernan’s debut novel, is a gripping, poignant, and thoroughly original thriller that raises disturbing questions about the very nature of life and humanity—man as a scientific subject, as a tabloid plaything, as a living being, as a curiosity.…
Dr. Kate Philo and her scientific exploration team make a breathtaking discovery in the Arctic: the body of a man buried deep in the ice. Remarkably, the frozen man is brought back to the lab and successfully reanimated. As the man begins to regain his memories, the team learns that he was—is—a judge, Jeremiah Rice, and the last thing he remembers is falling overboard into the Arctic Ocean in 1906.
Thrown together by circumstances beyond their control, Kate and Jeremiah grow closer. But the clock is ticking and Jeremiah’s new life is slipping away...and all too soon, Kate must decide how far she is willing to go to protect the man she has come to love.
I am delighted to interview Krista Hurley on this class. Her partner Jennifer Hurley is currently living in Iqaluit Nunavut (which is the extreme Canadian arctic), where the dolls that they use for kids' EFT are being sewn by local Inuit women.
These healing dolls are so cute and different. on this call, Krista will be explaining how to do EFT with kids.
To follow this class, you must know at least the most basic form of EFT. If EFT is new to you, or you want to know how I do it, just get my FREE EFT How-to for You from the bit on the top right of my www.EFT-Scripts.com - by attending this class, you agree to all Terms and Conditions on my site.
Krista and Jennifer are the two women behind the lovely idea of Tap Happy Kids at www.taphappykids.com.
Krista is an EFT, Theta Healing, and Reconnective Healing Practitioner, Public School Educator and co-founder of Tap Happy Kids. Krista jenfacilitates healing and transformational change in the lives of her clients. She specializes in clearing deep limiting beliefs while working with all aspects of trauma, anxiety, depression, and emotional eating.
Krista is passionate about teaching children how to incorporate EFT into their lives. She incorporates tapping with children in her Physical Education and Health classrooms as well as in her private practice. She sees an immense value in providing kids with a life-long skill set to better handle the negative emotions and events that life throws at.
Krista is the loving mother of a four year old daughter.
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Today we are going to speak with Gaelin Rosenwaks ,Friday 7/25/2014 2:00PM eastern
Gaelin Rosenwaks is a marine scientist, explorer and photographer. Always fascinated by the marine world. She began her career at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where she researched over-wintering patterns of Southern Ocean zooplankton. Gaelin earned her Master’s Degree in Coastal Environmental Management from Duke University working with the Tag-A-Giant program and conducting research on the migratory movements of Giant Bluefin Tuna. She has conducted fieldwork throughout the world from the Antarctic to the Arctic on icebreakers to both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans on fishing
vessels. Gaelin founded Global Ocean Exploration (GOE) to share her passion for ocean exploration, marine conservation and photography. GOE ‘Global Ocean Exploration’ is a company devoted to bringing cutting-edge expedition science to the public through photography, writing, and film. She now participates and conducts expeditions in every ocean to alert the public not only to the challenges facing the oceans, but also to what science is doing to understand these changes.
Gaelin is a US Coast Guard Licensed Captain, and a Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club where she served as Secretary of the Board of Directors. She also serves on the Conservation Committee of the Explorers Club. Gaelin has published articles in scientific journals, newspapers and magazines. She has also appeared as a scientific consultant and angler on the National Geographic Channel Series, Fish Warrior.
This week on ParaTruth Radio, we will be talking to Dr. Don Donderi about his book, "UFOs, ETs, and Alien Abductions". Don Donderi was educated at the University of Chicago, which he entered at 15. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree at 18 and a B.Sc. in biological psychology at 21. He began his professional career as a research psychologist with IBM where he helped to develop radar navigation displays for the B-52 bomber. After graduating from Cornell University with a PhD in experimental psychology he joined the Faculty of Science of McGill University, where he taught undergraduate psychology, trained PhD students and served as Associate Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research. He retired from McGill in 2009 after a career of 47 years. He has written over one hundred basic research papers and technical reports dealing with the science of human visual perception and memory, co-authored one textbook and edited another. He co-founded a Toronto-based ergonomics consulting company and has carried out applied research and development projects for private and government clients on topics including flight instrumentation, flight simulation, marine navigation in ocean and arctic environments, nuclear safety and chemical process engineering. His entire career has been in the mainstream of science and engineering. He is a dual American-Canadian citizen and lives in Montreal. Join us for a great show. Hop in chat and hit us up or call in on our guest call in number.
Kathleen Jamie is one of the UK’s foremost poets, the award-winning author of several books of poetry, including The Overhaul, which won the Costa Book Award for Poetry (previously called the Whitbread) in 2013, and two previous nonfiction titles.
Her latest book Sightlines offers a landmark work about the natural world and our relationship to it. In extraordinarily precise language Jamie explores her native Scottish surroundings, intermingling personal history with observations of the landscape. Her travels lead her to studying whalebones in Norwegian museums, exploring remote Scottish islands, and watching icebergs in the Arctic. Sightlines invites us to take a moment to pause and reconsider all that nature gives us.
Karen Romano Young was frequently wet during her early years. Despite not actually having webbed feet, she spent much of her nonschool time up to her knees in the Atlantic, Long Island Sound, or the Mill River in her hometown of Fairfield, Connecticut. Although Karen had little formal science education before high school, she learned on her feet, and has continued to do so through a career that includes scientific research expeditions, writing, and illustrating.
Karen has dived to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in a tiny submarine, crunched through Arctic ice in an icebreaker, and visited labs, museum workshops, and research institutions across the U.S. in order to write and draw about science -- especially ocean science. She is the author of nearly 30 books for children, has illustrated several of these, and is the creator of Humanimal Doodles, a science comic for kids. Her fiction work includes the award-winning novel The Beetle and Me and the celebrated graphic novel Doodlebug.
Karen’s recent work includes Humanimal Doodle-style picture books for Harper Big Cat, such as Watching Whales, and Stuck in the Middle (Of Middle School), a sequel to Doodlebug. Right now she’s working on the photo shoot of a new National Geographic.
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