Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Elise Ballard Show Number 062611 Elise Ballard on Epiphany: True Stories of Sudden Insight to Inspire, Encourage, and Transform, Harmony Books, 2011 www.EliseBallard.com GUEST 9:00-9:30 PM Eastern Cynthia Zanti Jabs, L.Ac. Practitioner of Qi Gong and Acupuncture and Essential Oils at the Ruscombe Mansion with […]
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Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D. Show Number 042411 on the topic of The Secret History of Consciousness: Ancient Keys to Our Future Survival, Red Wheel Weiser, 2010 SpiritLite.com GUEST 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Donald Shomette Show Number 052911 on the topic of Pirates on the Chesapeake: Being […]
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L.GUEST 8:00-10:00 PM EasternHarvey WassermanSolar power, nuclear power dangers, vote suppression, empowering and activating the people from a long-time organizer and coiner of the phrase “No Nukes!” The People’s Spiral of US History From Jigonsaseh to Solartopia, The Educational Publisher / Biblio Publishing, 2019Solartopia.org
This penguin faithfully returns home every year to spend 8 months with his human “soulmate”
For at least four years, a Magellanic penguin named Dindim has traveled thousands of miles from his natural habitat to spend a good chunk of the year with his best friend — a human.
This courageous pup is being credited for saving an entire flock of sheep from impending bushfires in Australia earlier this month.
On New Year’s Eve, Stephen Hill saw the wildfires approaching his sister’s farm in Corryong, Australia sometime around 4:15AM.
Hill and his 6-year-old pup Patsy then rushed over to the farm, hopped onto a 4-wheeler, and rode out to where the sheep were wandering the fields.
World’s Last Known ‘Dinosaur Trees’ Saved From Australian Bushfires Thanks to Determined Firefighters
Conservationists are celebrating the success of a mission to save the world’s last remaining “dinosaur trees” from the Australian bushfires.
The ancient Wollemi Pine was thought to be extinct until a small grouping of the prehistoric trees was discovered in the mountains roughly 124 miles northwest (200 kilometers) of Sydney back in 1996.
Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Patricia Wood The health and environmental effects of 5G, including states that have passed resolutions and/or laws to study; Impacts on wildlife and the environment; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) – Executive Director and Founder of Grassroots Environmental Education, a science-driven and solution-based environmental health organization […]
Published on 5G Space Appeal Stop 5G on Earth and in Space There are 176,324 signatories from 208 nations and territories as of November 10th, 2019 To the UN, WHO, EU, Council of Europeand governments of all nations We the undersigned scientists, doctors, environmental organizations and citizens from (__) countries, urgently call for a halt […]
GUEST 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Erika Buenaflor Curanderismo Soul Retrieval: Ancient Shamanic Wisdom to Restore the Sacred Energy of the Soul,Bear & Company, 2019. RealizeYourBliss.com
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A 12-year-old boy from Pune has joined the fight against ocean pollution. Haaziq Kazi has developed a ship called ‘ERVIS’ which segregates ocean waste from water, and could be a huge step in preserving marine life.
New Zealand has just set a great example to the world by recognizing what animal lovers have known forever- that our furry friends are as sentient as we are, and (obviously, dur) they have feelings just like we do.
It’s a theme we have covered time and again here at True Activist, but this landmark ruling by NZ is the first time this shift in perception and policy has been extended to all animals, not just chimpanzees, orangutans, or dolphins.
Following a unanimous vote at the September meeting of the town council, Glastonbury has become the second town council in the world to be in an Earth Protector town.
It is now part of the programme which will be completed next year on World Earth Day, producing a framework which will then be rolled out globally. Stroud was the first Earth Protector town in the world.
Innovation comes from all ages, and this is further seen in the story of Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz, an eight-year-old girl from Chiapas, Mexico who invented an entirely solar-powered device for heating water. The impact her invention could have on others around the world is immense, and this has inspired the UNAM’s (National Autonomous University of Mexico) Institute of Nuclear Sciences to award her.
To those in developed countries, her invention may not seem all that revolutionary as access to warm or hot water is commonplace, but for those in many other areas of the world, including her town in Mexico, this would be a luxury.
In a race to reforest the desert, Ethiopia just planted 5 times as many trees as India did when it broke the world record two years ago.In an effort to reverse deforestation and desertification (caused primarily by agriculture) African and Asian countries are rapidly planting billions of trees.
In 2017, India broke the Guinness World Record by planting 66 million trees in 12 hours.
Now, Ethiopia has beat that record 5-fold, planting 350 million trees in 12 hours.
With no government funding, the Crazy Horse sculpture will be larger than Mount Rushmore.
About 17 miles from Mount Rushmore, a monument to a Native American hero is finally coming into view.
The mountainside sculpture of Crazy Horse, regarded as one of the most iconic Native Americans of all time, will be even larger than those of the four U.S. presidents at Mount Rushmore.
The monument has been under construction for 70 years and could take another century to complete.
Palm oil consumption — which is already devastating the world’s rainforests — is expected to increase sixfold over the next decade largely because of its newfound-use as a biofuel. Norway’s consumption of palm oil biofuel reached an all-time high last year thanks to laws intended to cut fossil fuel consumption. Read more.
The need for fresh water has pushed humans into exploring new and innovative techniques. For thousands of years, in regions where water is scarce, sometimes using air wells, people have harvested water from the rain, fog or even dew. In Ethiopia, we can witness an upgrade to the age-old technique.Standing 30 ft. tall and 13 ft. wide, the bamboo tower was envisioned by Arturo Vittori and his team, Architecture and Vision. Read more.
11/4/18 SUNDAY 8-10 PM Eastern Host: Dr. Zohara Hieronimus, D.H.L. Best of Encore Performance HOUR 8:00-9:00 PM Eastern Daniel Foor (originally aired 7/15/18) Ancestral Medicine: Rituals for Personal and Family Healing, Bear & Company, 2017. AncestralMedicine.org HOUR 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Kevin Schneider (originally aired 7/15/18) Non-human Rights Project, Executive Director — the only civil rights […]
Warnings about ecological breakdown have become ubiquitous. Over the past few years, major newspapers, including the Guardian and the New York Times, have carried alarming stories on soil depletion, deforestation, and the collapse of fish stocks and insect populations. These crises are being driven by global economic growth, and its accompanying consumption, which is destroying the Earth’s biosphere and blowing past key planetary boundaries that scientists say must be respected to avoid triggering collapse.
Many policymakers have responded by pushing for what has come to be called “green growth.” All we need to do, they argue, is invest in more efficient technology and introduce the right incentives, and we’ll be able to keep growing while simultaneously reducing our impact on the natural world, which is already at an unsustainable level. In technical terms, the goal is to achieve “absolute decoupling” of GDP from the total use of natural resources, according to the U.N. definition.
It sounds like an elegant solution to an otherwise catastrophic problem. There’s just one hitch: New evidence suggests that green growth isn’t the panacea everyone has been hoping for. In fact, it isn’t even possible.