Foodgrade Hydrogen Peroxide
Host: Basima Farhat
Showtime: Tuesday, April 17, 2012 – Listen to the Show!
In the early 1980’s on 60 Minutes (CBS) a segment was done on Dr. Willard of the South Dakota School of Mines. The segment was about Dr. Willard’s Catalyst Altered Water (CAW) known as Willard Water. During the program they interviewed a number of people, including an order of nuns who were using Willard Water on their gardens with success. Another person used it for burns on his body and claimed success. Others claimed they used it on various ailments with success. During the program, Dr. Willard was shown standing by a stainless steel tank with water circulating in it. Dr. Willard was holding a large gas operated torch with the tip in the water. Now if this was known as an oxygen/hydrogen torch, the mixture is also known as Brown’s Gas. This produces a very hot flame that actually burns under water. This is only one way of putting atomic oxygen into water. Atomic oxygen is extremely soluble, only exceeded by water itself.
Then I obtained a bottle of Willard Water and took it to a testing company in St. Paul, Minnesota and had it tested for atomic oxygen. The certified test came back that proved it contained atomic oxygen. Please let me explain what atomic oxygen is. The chemical symbol for it is O1 or O. It has a number of different names, such as nascent, singlet, dissolved, ionized oxygen and it has also been called Vitamin O. According to National Geographic it has been on this earth as long as there has been water and sunlight. In 1863 a man by the name of Messner proved its existence in rain water and it has been collaborated by many others since. The previous is from the Journal of the American Medical Association, March 3, 1888.
Host: Basima Farhat
Previously Aired On: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 – Listen to the Show!
Sean Stone has grown up in the film-world, having acted since childhood in his father Oliver Stone’s films, including The Doors (1990), JFK (1991), Natural Born Killers (1994), and W. (2008)
Stone majored in American History, studying at Oxford and Princeton University; he graduated from Princeton in 2006, after completing his thesis on the ‘New World Order’. By then he was fortunate enough to have worked with such organizations as Save the Children in Somalia, and the gang prevention program Unity-One for Jim Brown’s Amer-I-Can group in Los Angeles.
Young Stone began his filmmaking career by shooting additional footage for his father’s 2002 documentaries on Fidel Castro (Commandante) and the Israel-Palestine conflict (Persona Non Grata). He again worked with his father in directing the behind-the-scenes features for the Warner Bros’ DVD release of Alexander (2004). He simultaneously directed the feature-length documentaryFight Against Time, about his father’s journey in making that epic film; Fight Against Time was released on the Alexander Revisited Blu-Ray edition (2007).
Stone continued to apprentice under his father, directing documentaries for the DVD features of Disney’s Nixon (re-released 2008) and Lionsgate’s W. (2008), before advancing to work with his father on W., as an Editorial Consultant. Thereafter, he became an Associate Editor on his father’s documentary TV series, The Secret History of the United States (scheduled for 2012).
Ed Primeau – Voice/Audio Analyst Trayvon Martin 911 Calls
Roseanne Barr – 2012 Green Party Presidential Candidate
Host: Basima Farhat
Previously Aired On: Tuesday, April 3, 2012 – Listen to the Show!
The shooting of Trayvon Martin took place on February 26, 2012, in Sanford, Florida. Trayvon Martin was an unarmed, 17-year-old African American male who was shot and killed by 28-year-old George Zimmerman, a man of mixed ethnicity (Peruvian and white American). Martin was walking from a convenience store to the home of his father’s girlfriend when Zimmerman, a community watch coordinator, began following Martin and called the Sanford Police Department to say he witnessed suspicious behavior. Soon afterward, there was a confrontation that ended when Zimmerman fatally shot Martin.
Zimmerman described the shooting to the police who arrived on the scene as self-defense. Responding officers handcuffed Zimmerman and took him into custody but they did not formally arrest him, saying that they did not find evidence to contradict his assertion of self-defense. The lead homicide investigator was not convinced by Zimmerman’s account and wanted to charge him with manslaughter, but the state attorney’s office said there was insufficient evidence for a conviction. Both Martin and Zimmerman made phone calls during the incident, some of which were recorded.