Shelley Schlender talks with renowned skeptic Michael Shermer about his new book, The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason lead humanity toward truth, justice and freedom. This is an extended version of the interview. (27 minutes)
This is an exended interview with a survivor of treatment resistant post traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD. Karen says she is cured of her PTSD now, thanks to a treatment that includes lots of psychotherapy, plus three times when she took a dose of the psychoactive chemical, MDMA. MDMA is classed as a federally illegal drug. However the FDA has approved the drug for use in clinical trials of an intense psychotherapy protocol that includes MDMA. Now here’s Karen’s story.
This is an extended interview with Marcella Ot’alora. Ot’alora is a Boulder psychotherapist, and the principal investigator for the Boulder branch of the FDA approved, nationwide studies of using MDMA in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD. MDMA is classed as a federally illegal drug. However the FDA has approved the drug for use in clinical trials of an intense psychotherapy protocol that includes MDMA. Now here’s more detail, from Marcella Ot’alora.
This is the full interview with Dr. David Grinspoon, author of the book “Earth in Human Hands: Shaping Our Planet’s Future”. Excerpts of this interview by Joel Parker aired on How on Earth on our January 10, 2017 show.
This is an extended interview with Dale Bredesen, leader of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Bredesen has documented reversal of early Alzheimer’s in a small case study, largely through lifestyle interventions. We spoke while he was at CU-Boulder for the 2016 Ancestral Health Symposium.
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Hunter Lovins – Regenerative Economics EXTENDED VERSION. This is the extended version of the fall 2015 talk by Hunter Lovins, recorded by Shelley Schlender. Lovins heads up Natural Capitalism Solutions, and she’s a sought after speaker around the world, as well as here in Colorado. She gave this talk, including visuals, and called it Regenerative Economics. This talk was recorded in Boulder as part of the Colorado Chautauqua Events series, in conjunction with the Boulder City Club.
For the broadcast version of this talk, GO HERE.
I’m Shelley Schlender for How on Earth. Up next is an extended interview with University of California in San Diego scientist Ajit Varki about his team’s new mouse study that indicates that a “sugar” in red meat, called sialic acid, can trigger inflammation when fed to mice. This sugar is intriguing because it’s a molecule that two million years ago, our human bodies made on their own. It differs from the current sialic acid made in our bodies by just one atom of oxygen. Yet the mouse studies indicate that might be enough to cause an immune system reaction in the lab mice. More research and human studies will be needed, to determine whether or not a similar reaction occurs in susceptible humans. Now here’s Ajit Varki.
CU-Boulder Electrical Engineering Emeritus Professor Frank Barnes is the past president of the BioElectroMagnetics Society. He recently chaired a National Research Council panel on research priorities related to the potential health effects of exposure to radio frequency energy from the use of wireless technology, such as cell phones. As a scientist, Frank Barnes recently talked with a citizen activist, Katie Singer, about her new book, An Electronic Silent Spring. This is an extended version of the interview we broadcast on June 3rd 2014. — Shelley Schlender