SORT BY Relevancy
Friday, May 29th 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Dr. Shane Rogers is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Clarkson University. His research focuses on biotechnologies for soils and water treatment and residuals management, including genome-enabled molecular technologies for monitoring soils, air, and water quality. He is currently studying the possible links between reported house hauntings and indoor air quality.
Are we just hallucinating spirits and ghosts caused by mold? Let's openly discuss this new study and define the terms that the Clarkson University has determined for their results.
This will be an interesting interview! Be sure to join us!
The Hagmann & Hagmann Report provides viewers and listeners information about current events and historical topics that transcend the political right-left paradigm and delve into the real issues behind the sugar-coated news. This unique, father-son detective duo uses their investigative abilities and resources to aggressively research and report on issues left untouched by the corporate media. The show addresses many issues once considered mere fodder for “conspiracy theorists,” tracing their roots from the various events that created them through the fabric of history to the present day. We are a listener supported show and those who are able to do so can donate here
Real information. Real truth. Less hype. Click here for website
Dr. Marc E. Agronin, Vice President, Behavioral Health and Clinical Research, Miami Jewish Health Systems, will join us to share about the importance of clinical trials in the fight to prevent Alzheimer's disease. He will share how to find a clinical trial and how to know if a clinical trial is right for your family member and you.
In addition, Dr. Agronin will talk about the importance of early diagnosis and what we can do to promote our own brain healthy lifestyle.
About Dr. Agronin
Dr. Marc Agronin is Vice President, Behavioral Health and Clinical Research, Miami Jewish Health Systems. Dr. Agronin is also Affiliate Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and author of "How We Age: A Doctor's Journey into the Heart of Growing Old." You can learn more by visiting his website, www.marcagronin.com
Call 646-564-9546-Interview Lyn Buchanan-Psychic Spy! Listen in now athttp://tobtr.com/s/7618311. #BlogTalkRadio #PWIradio
Teresa hosts an informal discussion with Lyn Buchanan about types of remote viewing.
Topic: Teresa discusses CRV Project Management and what a professional CRV customer report looks like. Teresa Frisch is a registered nurse with over 40 years of experience in healthcare and currently work in an Emergency Department in Southwest Ohio. Eventually I began studying nursing intuition and nursing theory after increasingly frequent personal nonlocal time / space events. A two hour remote viewing class at the Universal Life Expo in Columbus, Ohio in 2004 became a life-changing, defining moment. I nailed the target. I described a picture in an envelope with no idea of what it was until after I turned in my session. Remote viewing was not a random, déjà vu event. It produced results, and those results were, in fact, data. The intuitive, subconscious mind can accurately describe and report sensory information such as smells, sounds, tastes, colors, sizes, and shapes. I began studying CRV with Lyn Buchanan, former member of the U.S. Military Intelligence Unit STAR GATE in 2005. There was no looking back. As a CRV Analyst I am trained to separate data from the remote viewing session transcript for proper analysis. My CRV projects include archeology, chemical research, business decision-making and law enforcement consultation. As a CRV Instructor, I introduce the highly structured and carefully controlled methodology step by step, guiding the student through actual CRV sessions, gathering sensory data from real-world sites around the globe.
The measles virus used successfully for a patient with relapsed myeloma is now a well known and exciting story shared on maintstream media. Dr. Frits van Rhee MD PhD MRCP, FRCPath and Dr. Stephen Russell, MD PhD FRCP, FRCPath take the success one step further with a Phase II trial of the measles virus with further engineering in patients with relapsed/refractory, high-risk multiple myeloma. Their work will help determine which patients will respond to the treatment and which ones will not and will also determine how to make the therapy more effective.
Research indicates that a simple turn in your attitude will make all the difference in the world. Whether it’s your health, having better relationships, or furthering your careers, attitude drives so many different aspects of our lives. We even found that people with positive attitudes make more money.
How with the right attitude to prepare to face the various challenges and actions to yield success
· Advice regarding steps one should take when faced with certain obstacles and opportunities
· How your success benefits others
· How to think a little differently about 'business'
· Reminds listeners that while sacrifices are required at times, be sure you don't give up long-term life rewards for short-term financial wins.
Doug Hess attained his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and master’s degrees in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University. Doug works full-time for a non-profit headquartered in Madison, WI. He's worked in the Financial Services industry since 1995 and has worked in marketing/sales for that industry since 2004.Doug is also an adjunct faculty member where he teaches in the School of Business for several local colleges and universities.Among Doug’s other achievements, he co-authored the book, “Gordon Gekko, CEO: Lessons from Wall Street for a Winning Attitude”, which was published in 2012 and has given talks across the country relating to the concepts discussed in his book.
Tonight, back by popular demand, we’ll be speaking with William Dranginis. William has worked for 22 years in the surveillance industry under government contract so he has been able to familiarize himself with some of the most cutting edge technology and hardware in the fields of surveillance, thermography, 3D printing, forensics, drones, and much more. He uses these acquired skills to aid him in his research that is directed towards producing scientifically repeatable evidence for the existence of the creature known as Bigfoot. William had a few encounters with Bigfoot throughout the years, the first of which happened in 1995 in the presence of 2 FBI agents. We’ll be discussing his experience in surveillance technology, his upcoming Champ research, and his style of Bigfoot research. Please join us for what is sure to be a fascinating conversation.
Our guest this morning is Emily Gee, Marketing and Movement Manager for
Grades of Green.
Emily has a passion to create environmental change in our community, and feels
the best way to do this is through our students. Emily began interning with
Grades of Green in 2009, and was originally drawn to the nonprofit because of its
core values and mission. Truly inspired by the passion of the Directors and
motivated by the energy of the school communities, she feels Grades of Green’s
dedication to instilling environmental values is vital to affect environmental
change. A recent University of Southern California graduate, she double majored
in Public Relations and Political Science with a minor in Environmental Science
and now holds a masters degree in Strategic Public Relations. Emily worked in Los
Angeles south central public schools through the Joint Education Project (2008-
2012) and continues to help with after school tutoring and mentorship programs.
Emily has conducted environmental field research abroad in Belize (2009) and
China (2011). Her work on environmental advertising is published in the American
Political Science Association Journal (2012).
This morning, we’re going to learn about Grades of Green and talk about their big
annual fundraiser, Verte 2015.
To Find Out More about Jackie Balestra visit
To Find Out More about George Butts visit
To Find Out More Your Host, Joe Terry visit
On Facebook at ...
RADICAL CHANGES IN WORK AND EDUCATION
Two Penn State professors Kyle Peck ( Director of the Center of Online Innovation in Learning) and Dave Passmore (Director of the Institute for Research in Training and Development). These gentlemen are not only brilliant but quite funny too. Gonna be a fun show and we are all going to learn a lot!
Do you know about the African American 371st Infantry of World War I that fought in France? Did you know that Sonya R. Hodges has dedicated her life to research and honor the men who fought in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers?
Please join Sonya R. Hodges-Grantham and Douglas Culbreth for a discussion of the role played by the African American 371st Infantry Regiment in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers.
The 371st Infantry Regiment, an African American unit of mostly South Carolinians came from small towns like Sandy Springs, Anderson, Edgefield, Ninety-six and Laurens.
The 371st was permitted to fight, after disembarking from their troop ship at a tiny French village in April of 1918 after learning that they had been transferred to the French army. The 371st was given French equipment, and had to turn in their prized Springfield rifles for French rifles. The unit was reorganized to fit the French army structure and spent the spring of 1918 training in French tactics, communicated via interpreters. That summer, the regiment was put into the line to relieve exhausted French and allied Italian units.
Sonya Renae Hodges- Grantham is a mother, grandmother, genealogist, author, graver, historian, and researcher, with a motto of "Get The Job Done and Get It Done Right". She is the Founder and President of the World War I - 371st Historical Society. She is also the Founder of Cornbread Jubilee, an annual event that is held in honor of the corn crop, agriculture, and farming and Co-Founder of the Veterans Formation (1993) Columbia, South Carolina. She is sole Restorer/Curator of Childs Cemetery in South Carolina and has also authored two books.
Dr. Sheldon Feldman is chief of breast surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center and assistant professor of surgery at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons where he oversees the breast cancer surgery program at the Comprehensive Breast Center of the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, and work in close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of radiologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, plastic surgeons and other breast cancer support staff.
Dr. Feldman is helping to pioneer the use of the ductoscope, a tiny endoscope inserted through the patient's nipple used for diagnosis, surveillance and treatment of cancer patients. His research using the device may help lead to a simple test for early diagnosis that could eventually be the equivalent of a Pap smear for breast cancer. Dr. Feldman anticipates that the intraductal approach will ultimately be used to treat early breast cancer as well as ablating the milk ducts to prevent cancer development for high-risk women as an alternative to mastectomy.
A leader in minimally invasive breast cancer surgery, Dr. Feldman was instrumental in developing the transmammary axillary lymph node evaluation (TANE) procedure, which requires only a single incision for lumpectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy. He is also an expert in oncoplastic skin-sparing and nipple-preserving mastectomy.
His research interests are focused on preventing the disease through a better understanding of environmental toxins linked to breast cancer, including chlorinated pesticides, PCBs and PBDEs, and he is helping to investigate new biopharmaceutical treatments, including green tea extract and vitamin D.