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Temple Grandin, Professor of Animal Science, Colorado State University Subject: Topics include how humans think; how animals think; and how humans can work animals by thinking like animals.Show #1106: BIOLOGY OR CHEMISTRY - (15.36 MB) Listen Now Guests: Biologist Anne Bikle, author of Dig to Grow and Geologist David Montgomery, author of Growing a Revolution Subject: Topics include how industrialization changed how farmers use soil to grow food; what the consequences are of that change; and speculation as to which is best to eat, foods grown with biology or foods grown with chemistry?Show #1090: Of Sanctuary Cities & Lifeboat Ethics - (14.66 MB) Listen Now Guest: Matt O'Brien, Director of Research, Federation for American Immigration Reform Subject: Hundreds of millions, give or take, would like to clamber into the sanctuary of lifeboat USA. One such conference, Eco Farm, brings together like minded ecofarmers from around the world, and they lead us to ask.... Topics include what makes ecological farming different from organic and other styles of farming; how the Eco Farm conference works to propagate ecological farming; and whether ecofarmers can grow enough food to feed a hungry world. - (14.77 MB) Listen Now Guest: James Bovard, Author & Anti-Czar Czar Subject: Topics include a look at the workings of USDA, an agency with a billion budget that grows nothing and sells nothing; who and what enjoys the largess of the USDA; and whether the USDA needs, as some assert, to be drained.Given the condition of the waters in which they tread, who can blame them? Show #1086: To Subsidize Or Not to Subsize - (15.72 MB) Listen Now Guest: Don Scott, Director of Sustainability, National Biodiesel Board Subject: The federal government has subsidized the biofuel industry with tax credits and price supports. Topics include how fuels are made from plant and animal products; why the industry that manufacturers those fuels has been subsidized by the government; and whether government should continue to subsidize the biofuels industry.Show #1105: Food for Moods - (15.03 MB) Listen Now Guest: Dr.Frieda Birndbaum, Research Pychologist, Author, Life Begins at 60 Subject: Why we, as a people, are becoming so emotionally challenged; ways we try to manage our emotions; and whether food can enable us to manage our moods.And those clamoring to grow organic food in water lead us to ask: Should foods grown in water be allowed the organic label? Show #1115: Down for the Sperm Count - (14.98 MB) Listen Now Subject: Topics include the sperm counts revealed by the Mindlis co-authored study; why men in developed nations lost sperm, while men in developing nations lost none; and the possible consequences of men losing their sperm.Show #1112: Getting Down to Cannabusiness - (14.84 MB) Listen Now Guests: Les Isralow, Cannabis Media Producer; Steve Leavy, Med Men Kayvan Khalatbari, Cannabis Entrepreneur & Politician & Steve Goldner, e Subject: Topics include how cannabis business money works; what pharmaceutical uses are emerging; and how cannabusiness and politics mix.
Show #1101: Wolves to the Heal - (10.01 MB) Listen Now Guests: Marc Cooke, President of Wolves of the Rockies Subject: Topics include how Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is spreading throughout the West; why wolves might prove to be the best way to control the spread of CWD; and whether wolves should be freed to eat the weak.
Show #1126: California's Green-Gold Rush: Part I The Rules - (10 MB) Listen Now Guests: Loretta Moreno, Santa Cruz County Cannabis Licensing, Maximillian Mikalonis, Legislative Advocate, K Street Consulting, and Dave Potter, former Supervisor, Monterey County Subject: Show #1125: Local Liquor - (5.01 MB) Listen Now Guest: Sean Venus, Owner & Distiller, Venus Spirits Subject: The liquor industry, like most all industries, is growing in opposite directions: very big and very small.
And so we ask: Can local distillers successfully compete in a marketplace dominated by multinational distillers?
Show #1100: Food Fights & Culture Wars - (14.69 MB) Listen Now Guest: Tom Nealon, Author, Food Fights & Culture Wars Subject: Topics include how an antiquarian book bookstore owner became an expert medieval chef; how food trends of the past moved civilizations to war and peace; and what those trends might portend for our future with food. Topics include the number and extent of pesticide stories that populate current news; what that news portends for the ability to use pesticides; and whether we can, or cannot, feed the future without using pesticides. Topics include the extent to which food has become contaminated with pesticides; the claim we must use those pesticides to feed the world; and speculation as to whether we can feed future populations without pesticides. Topics include the extent to which bees are responsible for the food we eat; speculation as to why their colonies are collapsing throughout the nation, and what measures are being taken to protect the pollinators. - (14.69 MB) Listen Now Guest Professor Andy Dyer, University of South Carolina and author of Chasing the Red Queen: Subject: Eat or be eaten!
Show #1100: Food Fights & Culture Wars - (14.69 MB) Listen Now Guest: Tom Nealon, Author, Food Fights & Culture Wars Subject: Topics include how an antiquarian book bookstore owner became an expert medieval chef; how food trends of the past moved civilizations to war and peace; and what those trends might portend for our future with food. Show #1098: Pesticides & the Future of Food - (15.03 MB) Listen Now Guests: Audience Open Microphone Subject: Many of those who grow our food say we must use pesticides to feed the future. Show #1097: Pesticides & The Right to Food - (14.54 MB) Listen Now Guest: International Law Professor and UN Special Rapportour Hilal Elver Subject: Two recent items of news: A claim that strawberries are the food most contaminated with pesticide residues, and a denial of the claim we must use pesticides to feed the world. Show #1096: POLLINATORS OR PESTICIDES - (14.66 MB) Listen Now Guests: Madeleine Carnemark, Pollinator Program and Policy Coordinator at the Center for Food Safety & University of California Student of Envioronmental Studies Olivia Duncan Subject: Bees pollinate plants that produce about one-third of the food we eat, and yet we use pesticides that are said to kill bees to grow those same plants. All of us living things love to eat, but hate being eaten.