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#207#208#209#210 Episode #211 - The Weather Report From Hell
(Climate Change and the War Machine)



Sun 11 July 2004  Mark Lynas, Nick Begich
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Download Hour1 Download Hour2This week we look at the reality and politics of managing climate change, and the role of US military experiments in catastrophic weather events.
We begin this week's show with a conversation with Mark Lynas, environmental activist turned author, on his new book that documents first hand accounts of global climate change already underway. Then, we learn how US Military experiments in Alaska that may already be contributing to weather disasters. Last February Nick Begich spoke at the 3rd Annual Sustainable Living Conference about a massive US Military antenna array called HAARP and related military technologies that are having/could have catastrophic effects on planetary systems. Begich is the eldest son of the late United States Congressman from Alaska, Nick Begich Sr. He was twice elected President of both the Alaska Federation of Teachers and the Anchorage Council of Education. Begich received his doctorate in traditional medicine from The Open International University for Complementary Medicines in November 1994. He has been pursuing independent research in the sciences and politics for most of his adult life. He is also the editor of Earthpulse Flashpoints, a new-science book series. Begich has served as an expert witness and speaker before the European Parliament. He has spoken on various issues for groups representing citizen concerns, statesmen and elected officials, scientists and others. He is the author of several books about secret military technologies including: Angel’s Don’t Play this HAARP, Earth Rising, and Towards a New Alchemy.
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