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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.
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. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer talks to wildlife photographer and environmental advocate, Karl Amman, about this crisis and what we can do to protect all primates.
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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.
Women's History Month, Obama Nuke in Manhattan, Zombie Apocalypse, Louis Armstrong, No Rights in Skool, Louis Farrakhm, Obama Spying, Sen, Mark Udall, Voter Fraud, Illegals Kill, Primates in White House, Will Bryan, Corporate Amnesty, Obama Thrill is gone, Bill Clinton sex Scandal, Arab League, Ebola is Back, What the hell, Obama's Civilian Army, Pop Tart Gun, Free Speech Dead, No Voter Fraud,
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. "
Show hosts and professional artists, Wade Zahares, Mike Dubisch and Carolyn Watson Dubisch share insights and experiences from inside the art world. Joining them are guest artists, sculptors, photographers and curators from the United States and across the globe. Our first guest will be Jon Mooers. Set designer of more than two dozen movies inclucing Stargate, 1993, gallery owner, muralist, painter and nice guy, Jon Mooers from Amesbury MA. Also on the show will be Kyllan Maney from Tempe, AZ. A working professional artist who currently has a show called "Avian Nouveau" at GreenHAUS in downtown Phoenix. Kyllan loves to paint large scale murals and works on various projects for Mesa Art Center. Along with this, Kyllan is the Chair of the Visual Arts Department, teaching Painting and Mixed Media at New School for the Arts and Academics. We'll be talking with emerging artist, Afton Kern. Afton is a self taught artist who is currently attending Cosumnes River College. She is pursuing a degree in Biology with a special focus on Arachnology and a minor in Anthropology. Afton studied Anthropology under Dr. Peggy Scully for one year, and in doing so spent many hours in the Anthropology lab studying bones and skeletons of various primates. During her Freshman year in High School, she spent the summer working on her art with renowned portrait artist Lorraine Bollinger who has been an important inspiration. Afton believes that drawing from life is the most important aspect in understanding form and function. Join us for great conversations in art.
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Natalia’s interest in anthropology began when she took a biological anthropology course during her undergraduate studies at a local community college. Natalia was fueled by a desire to know how and why humans did the things we did and why our bodies are shaped the way they are. From theories about the evolution of bipedalism to why women have breasts to why humans wage war, Natalia found anthropology answered questions she had so often asked. She completed an honors thesis on Grauer’s gorilla conservation (a gorilla subspecies only found in Democratic Republic of Congo) and finished her undergraduate studies in 2008 with a BA in anthropology and began graduate school in fall of 2009. Natalia’s focus was primate conservation and for her thesis fieldwork she completed a survey of the Azuero spider monkey in Panama during the summer of 2010 in conjunction with the Azuero Earth Project. In May she received an MA in anthropology with honors and was presented the Bruce Gelvin Award for biological anthropology. This September Natalia will be presenting her thesis results at the American Society of Primatologists meeting in Austin, Texas.
During her studies, Natalia still performed in an improv comedy troupe, The Omelettes, and worked as an actor in film and television. She has appeared on such shows as “My Name is Earl”, “The Drew Carey Show” and “Better Off Ted”. Natalia also began writing segments to explain human behavior in a humorous and entertaining fashion, all while maintaining the scientific integrity of each subject. The videos can be seen at www.thestoryofboobs.com
Natalia’s goal is to educate people about human behavior using humor, evolutionary biology and nonhuman primates (monkeys and apes) as models.
On this week's HyVoPrime, The folk hero flight attendant, a kid that likes Vin Diesel way too much for his own good, and a man with a pea plant in his lung. We talk Internet Privacy and 1-2-3-and a bonus covers superpowers and reincarnation. Hypervocal reflexes: Broadway Musicals, celebrities, and music acts.
Join us Saturday night at 7pm PST for a special show this week. We will be talking to Anthropologist Erik Garcia. Erik Garcia is an Anthropologist who has studied Primatology in great depth and we will be having a round table discussion with everythig related Sasquatch and their behaviors. Erik will be sharing his insight from his scientific study of primates and understanding aspects of their evolution and behaviour.