Monthly Archives: September 2011
1st hour — Nanoethics: The Ethical and Social Implications of Nanotechnology
Guest: Dr. Daniel F. Moore
2nd hour — Nanotechnology: Legal Aspects
Guest: Dr. Patrick M. Boucher
Author – Patent Attorney – Nanotechnology
In this modern age, we are experiencing the greatest technological growth in human history. Since the invention of the micro-chip, computers have become a inescapable and necessary part of our daily lives. From entertainment to health care to communication, we are constantly amazed at the technological advancements of modern times.
Custom Portals through the Dimensions of Time and Space, A New Ingredient for Nano Vector Pie and the Big Lycan Gene
This week on One Cell One Light™ Radio, Dr. Staninger sits down with Mr. Dubov and is joined by returning guests Michael Edward and Bobby Thollander, to discuss the portals and their relevance through the dimensions of time and space.
While controlling the weather is most often presented as fantasy, such as the super powers of Marvel Comics character Storm, modern technology has made it relatively easy to influence certain weather patterns. In fact, there are weather modification programs ongoing in over seventy countries throughout the world – including here in the United States. These programs are far from secret, as many are advertised and government-run. But what most people don’t realize is the extent to which these programs can also influence our economy – and not in ways you’d expect.
This week on One Cell One Light™ Radio, Dr. Staninger welcomes Rosalind Peterson, California President and Co-Founder of the Agriculture Defense Coalition (ADC), and California Skywatch. Formed in 2006, the ADC is dedicated to protecting agriculture, our water supplies, trees, and pollinators from a wide variety of experimental weather modification and atmospheric testing programs, toxic chemicals, geo-engineering, and other experiments. Read the rest of this entry
September 7, 2011: “The Attic Door” movie and Chac Mool Natural Minerals and Medicinal Plants of Mesoamerica
The first hour of One Cell One Light™ Radio will feature Dr. Staninger talking with the filmmakers behind the movie, The Attic Door. Filmed in Utah for a budget of less than a quarter-million dollars, The Attic Door tells the story of a young brother and sister are abandoned in the vast and lonely landscape of the 19th century American West. Each day, they struggle to keep up the family farm, anxiously waiting for their parents to return. With nowhere to escape, the two siblings are about to discover that they are not entirely alone. As much as they try to deny the truth, something behind the attic door has awakened and they must now face their greatest fear. The Attic Door is the story of love, loss, loneliness, and the truth behind childhood fears. Read the rest of this entry