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Lost Arts Radio Show #268 - Special Guest Dr. Gabriel Cousens

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Dr. Gabriel Cousens (www.drcousens.com) recently told me he'd like to come on the show and talk about the issue of which way global temperatures are headed. This is a bit off the usual subjects of his medical research, and I was curious why he had decided to investigate this question. He will give us his answer and the conclusions he came to, on the show this Sunday as he returns to Lost Arts Radio for another great discussion, sure to be of interest to us all. Dr. Cousens is a great researcher who has amazed me in every show we have done together, with the thoroughness of his preparation and the amazing facts he's been able to document in his studies on health. This is the same health researcher who was able to demonstrate that there is indeed a cure for diabetes.

Now, Dr. Cousens turns the same intensity and attention to detail toward the question, which way are global temperatures going, and what does it mean for the Earth's future climate. My feeling on this issue as on pretty much all others is that, to make an informed judgment that can best help us prepare for whatever is coming, we need to be open to all points of view, and understand them on their own merits, not based on who is presenting them. Our motive should be to discover what is true, who is right or wrong is not the issue. There is too much animosity, in my view, in the warming vs cooling debate, and it makes it much less likely for us to really understand the issue at a deeper level. This show will just be to invite Dr. Cousens to explain what he has found in his own data analysis on this important question, and what he thinks it means for the times ahead. I'm looking forward to hearing from a great researcher who has nothing to prove one way or the other, and is just trying to see what observable patterns allow us to predict.

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