To start off this week's show we wrap up our series of guests on the topic of positive alternatives to abortion. Special guest Abby Johnson (www.abbyjohnson.org and www.abortionworker.com) takes some time with us to give our listeners a glimpse into her personal world, her experience as a Planned Parenthood clinic director, why she left that organization and the project she started to help other workers in the abortion business do the same thing and escape from this industry of death. She founded the ministry called And Then There Were None (www.attwn.org), to help save the lives not only of the unborn children being killed, but also to help those who participate in doing the killing, not fully realizing the negative effects this work is having on them.
August 5th was the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and to remember this event and consider what it led to, Lost Arts Radio has two guests on this week's show to delve into the nuclear issues we all live with day to day, as well as developments that have taken place over the last 70 years.
Libbe HaLevy, is the producer and host of the popular weekly show, Nuclear Hotseat (www.nuclearhotseat.com) and the author of "Yes, I Glow In The Dark, One Mile From Three Mile Island To Fukushima And Beyond". Libbe will be sharing with us her personal experiences from the Three Mile Island event, which she witnessed unintentionally from one mile away from ground zero. This experience eventually led to her nuclear research, and her current activities as host of the weekly Nuclear Hotseat radio show.
Also on this special episode of Lost Arts Radio, world-famous nuclear expert, scientist, educator and legal expert witness Dr. Christopher Busby (www.chris.busby.exposed) returns for an in-depth interview, exploring the real impact of the Hiroshima bombing on the world since that time.