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Monday, January 6th

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Guest: M.G. Michael

Honorary Senior Fellow in the School of Information Systems and Technology, at the University of Wollongong, Australia, theologian and historian M.G. Michael has a broad range of formal studies which includes Ancient History, Theology, General Philosophy, Political Sociology, Ethics, Linguistics, and Government. He will discuss his current research connecting the auto-ID trajectory; data protection, privacy and ethics related issues; biometrics, RFID and chip implants; national security and government policy; dataveillance and überveillance; and more broadly the system dynamics between technology and society and how it relates to Bible prophecy.

Tuesday, January 7th

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Guest: Dr. Gordon Edwards

President of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility, Gordon Edwards, Ph.D., is dedicated to education and research on all issues related to nuclear energy – civilian, military, and non-nuclear alternatives. He will discuss the status of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, and how we are wrapping up the era of nuclear power, and entering the era of nuclear waste.

Wednesday, January 8th

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Guest: Mitch Horowitz

Editor in chief of Tarcher/Penguin Books and well-known voice of occult and esoteric ideas, Mitch Horowitz will discuss his research into the history and prevalence of the positive thinking movement in America. Positive thought is the root of studies on the placebo effect, the 12-step approach to overcoming addiction, and the mind-body connection in treating illness. Everyone from Albert Einstein to Dan Brown has asked whether human consciousness can affect subatomic particles and studies of quantum physics increasingly indicate this possibility.

Thursday, January 9th

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Guest: TBA

Friday, January 10th

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Guest: John Tefteller

Owner of the world's largest and best collection of rare records and high-quality radio shows from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, John Tefteller, will discuss the rich history of recorded entertainment in the United States. He will be playing examples from his vast collection including Suspense, Inner Sanctum, Mercury Theater with Orson Welles, Groucho Marx and more.

Saturday, January 11th

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