Monthly Archives: December 2011
“You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today – and then one day you find ten years have got behind you.” – Pink Floyd, “Time”
Happy Holidays from One Cell One Light Radio! This week, Dr. Staninger has two seemingly incongruous discussions about our most precious – and unrenewable – resource: time.
In the first hour, Dr. Hildy welcomes special guest Kirk Mosher, Vice President of a large Silicon Valley corporation as he discusses his marketing strategy entitled “I’m Not Available For That!”
HOUR 1 – Therapeutic Marine Plasma From The Origins Of Life with guest Robert Slovak, Founder, Original Quinton Marine Plasma – North America
HOUR 2 – The Building Blocks of Nanotechnology with guest Zhong Lin (ZL) Wang, PhD (The Hightower Chair in Materials Science and Engineering; Regents’ Professor; Engineering Distinguished Professor; Director, Center for Nanostructure Characterization (CNC); School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA)
It’s no surprise that the most prevalent substance on Earth is also the most essential to our survival – unless it’s from the ocean. Water graces the majority of the surface of the planet but yet drinking it regularly would be hazardous to our health. There is, however, a place where the seawater is not only tolerable, but also beneficial to our health.
12/14/11: Tom Horn on Forbidden Gates, Artificial Biology, Nephilim, Ancient Elites, and Beyond Genes
1st hour: Forbidden Gates and Artificial Biology
Guest: Tom Horn, Co-Author of Forbidden Gates
2nd hour: Nephilim, Ancient Elites and Beyond Genes
Guest: Tom Horn, Author of Days of Noah and Apollyon Rising 2012
Have you ever wished you could be different than you are? Perhaps you’ve wanted to jump higher, run faster, or look different. Or maybe you wish you could concentrate better, remember more or perceive more than you already do. Though this kind of wish-fulfillment has long-been the building blocks of fiction writers, it is increasingly becoming possible through the efforts of modern technology. But is artificially tampering with our natural state beneficial in the long run? Or is it as dangerous as many of these writers have speculated?
Guest: Kathryn Peters-Brinkley
“Why don’t they do what they say, say what they mean? One thing leads to another.” – The Fixx, 1983
In our chaotic modern lives, we are constantly faced with tests to our well-being. From pollution to dangers on the road, our physical self is in a state of seemingly constant danger. While we are careful to take precautions against these threats to our physical self, we often overlook the threats to much more vulnerable and important aspect of our lives: our spiritual well-being.