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THIS WEEK ON ART OF LIVING WELL Lindsay Babich interviews NDE Expert MELLEN-THOMAS BENEDICT. Deepak Chopra has called Mellen's experience, the "Encyclopedia of the After Life." in his bestselling book Life After Death. Author, inventor and researcher Mellen-Thomas took a tour of the afterworld more than 30 years ago and continues to bring us life- and health-giving tools for humankind.
Mellen-Thomas is appearing in Boca Raton, FL on May 4, at Florida Atlantic University giving a full day of enlightening lectures.
"Living at the Speed of Light" -detailing advances in phototherapy, Quantum Biology, Anti-Aging and why Bioactive Light may be the missing link to enhancing our quality of life and the regeneration of mind/body/spirit. We'll explore Quantum Biology research and new perspectives on longevity and optimum health.
"Spirit of Gaia" An adventure into the nature of Spirit, metaphysics, collective intelligence and mankind's destiny. As we approach a planetary paradigm shift, the years between 2014 and 2060 will transform our world in positive ways that will surprise you. "OUR COLLECTIVE FUTURE IS BRILLIANT!" Turn off your doom-and-gloom tv news we finally have some GOOD NEWS.
Whether you are in the Florida area to hear Mellen-Thomas live on May 4 or not, be prepared to have your world rocked with his message. Tickets for the event for Florida listeners can be purchased in advance at: http://www.tinyurl.com/afterlifetickets
The event is a benefit for non-profit cancer care group, Healing Touch Buddies, Inc.
Host Fred Perdue continues his tour around the nation highlighting some of the top programs in the nation as they go through their spring football season.
4:30 - Fan Chatter
4:45 - Chuck King of OwlAccess.com stops by to update us on everything going on with the Owls in south florida as they go through their spring ball session and let us know what the coaching staff has in mind for the is team going into year two.
5:00 - Paul Tenorio of the Orlando Sentinel joins us to update us on everything going on with the UCF Knights as they go through spring ball.
In 2013, Martin began the season at right guard, starting two games at Michigan State and vs. FAU, before changing his number to 96 and shifting positions and seeing action at tight end and fullback the rest of the season. He started six games total on the year and saw action in 10 games and started at tight end vs. Cincinnati, Louisville and Memphis. He also started at fullback at UCF. He made his first career reception on an 11-yard catch for a first down on the Bulls first touchdown drive at Houston. He carried the ball one time for one yard on the year…served as an agile 316-pound lead blocker for the Bulls. He finished his career with eight career starts and playing in 12 career games in his two-year career at USF. Prior to South Florida Martin played at Merced College and was named first-team Region II All-California selection ... also named first-team All-Golden Gate Conference and played in 10 games at Georgia Military College in 2009.
Beating the drum today is renowned visual artist and FAU member ROBERT LEE HARRIS. Robert was recently inducted into the Civil Rights Hall of Fame. Call In (646) 716-7994 or join in the interactive chat. Ask and Share.
As the official radio broadcast of the Urban Tech Fair, from blog to radio, Jim Neusom brings to conversation some of the awesome, interesting, historical, and down right technical digital information he shares online...From Blacks and people of color in Technology to S.T.E.M., latest tech trends and strategies that empower us and our communities.
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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Keren Bolter to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Keren is a 4th year Geosciences PhD candidate at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a researcher for the FAU Center for Environmental Studies. As a consultant for the Southeast Florida Regional Planning Council, Keren has helped organize a Data Common conversation to understand the challenges and opportunities of using data to drive change in Southeast Florida.
In her dissertation research, Keren uses LIDAR digital elevation and water table models in GIS to map vulnerability to inundation, storm surge, and flooding risk. Methods includes analysis of these impacts of SLR, addressing physical, socioeconomic, and health implications. Keren has a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering from Tufts University and a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from FAU. Keren has commitment and drive towards increasing awareness; she has presented at numerous lectures, meetings and even with a TEDx talk. Keren worked for two years as a NSF Fellow in the GK-12 program, which was aimed to promote high school student engagement in science education.
This is my first ever blogtalkradio episode! I will talk about business and also a little bit about myself. I would love for people to join the conversation by asking some questions or telling me your story as related to the topic. Hope to see you there! If you don't want to call directly, you can tweet me your questions @ adriennem91 #dreamalotlouder
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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Dr. Bill Stronge to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Dr. Stronge received his Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Iowa State University in 1971. A native of Ireland, Bill received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the National University of Ireland in 1964. He was a professor in the Economics Department at Florida Atlantic University 1971-2006 (Chair, 1981-90). FAU Director of International Programs 1990-2003. He is now Professor Emeritus of Economics and engages in economic consulting and research for a variety of public sector and private sector clients. In 2008 he published The Sunshine Economy, an Economic History of Florida Since the Civil War, University Press of Florida. Recently, he is a Fellow with the Economic Development Research Institute (EDRI) in Palm Beach County. For the past several years he has monitored economic trends in the county and regional economies for EDRI, contributing to the EDRI Quarterly Economic Reports. In 2009, he became an adjunct professor of economics at Nova Southeaste
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