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a brief history of energy, a short time attempting to understand the planet
18 Sep, 2011 | 0:59:03 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

In the years since Einstein, scientists have wrestled with this problem, spawning theories of energy sucking Black Holes, String Theory, and most intriguingly, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy. Now, physicist, Henryk Frystacki has, through the combination of quantum mechanical, geometric and trigonometric computations, discovered what he says are new insights into understanding the cosmology of the Universe; an understanding not...
Canadian Mining companies, corruption, and the BC Teacher's Union
12 Sep, 2011 | 0:59:53 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Jen Moore is past freelance journalist and researcher who lived in and reported from Ecuador for years. She was a member of a coalition of nine civil society organizations in Latin America that first brought the Canadian mining company, Blackfire Explorations into the limelight for alleged corrupt practices at the 'Payback' mine in Chiapas. Moore is now the Latin America...
another look at the libyan invasion, at the tar sands protest in dc, remembering john ross.
31 Aug, 2011 | 0:57:20 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Conn Hallinan is an American educator and independent journalist. He ran the journalism program at the University of California at Santa Cruz for 23 years, and received the UCSC Alumni Association's Distinguished Teaching Award, and the UCSC's Innovations in Teaching Award. He is also a winner of the prestigious Project Censored "Real News Award." Hallinan is a columnist at Foreign...
an update from palestine, a discussion of world events, a look at bc hydro
23 Aug, 2011 | 0:59:04 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Crowds in the Egyptian capital reacted to Israel's encroachment of their territory and the killing of five Egyptian soldiers by surrounding the Israeli Embassy, with one intrepid scaling the highrise housing it and pulling down the Israeli flag. Typically, there was no international condemnation of the Israeli attacks in Gaza, or the killing of civilians there. In fact, Israel has...
seeking justice for the earth and all her inhabitants, with peace & social justice
18 Aug, 2011 | 0:59:03 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This Week: Erik Grafe is an attorney with Earthjustice, a non-profit, public interest law organization that is, quote: "[D]edicated to protecting the magnificent place, natural resources, and wildlife of this Earth, and to defending the right of all people to a healthy environment." Earthjustice evolved from the Sierra Legal Defense Fund, and is the largest environmental law organization in the...
summertime music and rants
09 Aug, 2011 | 0:57:45 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Welcome to Summer! Summer is always a tough time to get interviews lined up, and this week, for the first time in a long time, I came up with zilch, zero, nada, not a thing. But, and it's a big but, the world keeps turning, and while our Canadian senators and members of Parliament have been holidaying, earth shaking, and...
Victoria's activist community educates about La Esmeralda
04 Aug, 2011 | 0:55:30 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

La Esmerelda, the Chilean navy's tall ship, sailed into Victoria yesterday despite protests that its presence here is an affront to the unknown numbers of men and women taken aboard her during Augusto Pinochet's rule of terror to be tortured and in some cases killed by his fascist thugs. The current government in Chile has never acknowledged properly the role...
Strong Towns, rebuilding Haiti
26 Jul, 2011 | 1:00:14 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Charles Marohn is a Professional Engineer, Civil Engineer, Certified Planner, and holds a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the U. of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute. He is also the Executive Director of Strong Towns, a non-profit organization advocating for, quote: "changes in our pattern of development, and a complete understanding of the full costs of our methods of...
update from occupied palestine, what's up in the skies
21 Jul, 2011 | 0:58:03 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: Jon Elmer is a freelance Canadian photojournalist, living in and reporting from Occupied Palestine. Elmer has, over the last decade, published scores of pictures and filed numerous stories from Palestine for the Interpress News Service, Al Jazeera, and other, online publications, and is the author of the site, Jon is also this program's singlemost appearing authority on...
the state of the usa nation's economy, and an update from a flotilla participant
14 Jul, 2011 | 0:59:27 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: Andy Kroll is a reporter in the Washington, D.C. bureau of Mother Jones magazine. He's also been a featured guest on MSNBC, Al Jazzeera English, Current TV, and Democracy Now! commenting on the state of the nation's economy. Andy Kroll too serves as an associate editor at the online public affairs site TomDispatch, where his latest article, 'What...
What you might not know about Fukushima, and the Caravan to Cuba
05 Jul, 2011 | 0:59:41 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: Patrick Henningsen is a UK-based pundit, commentator, online editor, journalist, and founder of 21st Century Wire, a news service launched during the 2009 Copenhagen Climate Change Summit. According to them, The 21st Century Wire is an attempt to, quote; "deliver content that looks squarely at power, its architecture, as well as the seeds of corruption." Henningsen is in...
Following the international flotilla to bring humanitarian aid to Gaza.
29 Jun, 2011 | 0:57:06 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Today, a tale of two sieges: Over the weekend, supporters of the Canada Gaza Boat came out to the Tourist Information Centre at the heart of Victoria, B.C.'s Inner Harbour to give voice to bring to an end the years-long blockade of Palestine, and most severely, the Gaza Strip. Randy Caravaggio leads the speechifying in the first half. And; the...
Are smart meters really all that smart?
22 Jun, 2011 | 0:58:22 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

B.C. Hydro's big plan, the (estimated) billion dollar installation of so-called Smart Meters is underway, but not everyone thinks it's so smart. The devices will eliminate the need for meter readers, and purportedly make your energy use more efficient. What could be wrong with that? Well, despite the many meter readers who must pound the pavement for new work, people...
Gorilla Radio with Chris Cook, Paul Stamets, Don Pratt, Janine Bandcroft June 13, 2011
16 Jun, 2011 | 0:59:07 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Paul Stamets is a world renowned mycologist whose decades of work with fungi, and especially mushrooms, have opened doors onto these largely unappreciated but essential life-forms that have a lot more in common with you than you may realize. He is the author of six books including: 'Psilocybin Mushrooms of the World,' 'MycoMedicinals: An Informational Treatise on Mushrooms,' and his...
Alternatives to the current money system, updates from Palestine
07 Jun, 2011 | 1:01:14 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Thomas H. Greco is an economist who has, through his books, articles, and website, 'Reinventing, worked to, quote: "[D]emystify money by presenting the best leading-edge ideas on monetary and non-monetary exchange." Greco's book titles include: 'Money and Debt: A Solution to the Global Crisis' (1990); 'New Money for Healthy Communities' (1994); 'Money: Understanding and Creating Alternatives to Legal Tender'...
Egyptian border to Palestine is opened, what's happened? And, what's new in BC politics.
31 May, 2011 | 0:59:51 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: Jon Elmer is a Canadian freelance journalist, who has lived in and reported from Occupied Palestine for the better part of the last decade. Jon's articles have appeared at the InterPress Service, al Jazeera, and other international news services, as well as at his own site, Jon Elmer from Bethlehem in the first half. Ingmar Leeis a...
a look at those who would control our economic and communication abilities.
25 May, 2011 | 0:58:45 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: John Perkins is a spiritual seeker, world traveller, educator, author, and self-confessed former "economic" hitman. His best-selling book, 'Confessions of an Economic Hitman' offers a rare insider's look at the rude underbelly lying beneath the polished veneer of sophisticated operatives who define and decide the fate of nations. The purpose of Bill C-51 is to quote: "[T]o modernize...
Kevin Neish survived the Mavi Marmara attack last year, and is set to sail again.
18 May, 2011 | 0:59:15 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

t was May 31st last year, when Israeli military commandos attacked the Mavi on the high seas, in international waters, as it took part in a five ship aid convoy headed for the blockaded Gaza Strip. As of today, there is yet no official sanction, charges, or accounting for Israel's operation that ultimately saw nine, unarmed activists murdered in cold...
Gilad Atzmon is a musician and friend of Palestine; Phil Nauta shares info about holistic gardening
10 May, 2011 | 0:58:14 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

Gilad Atzmon is known for his unsparing criticism of the policies of his former home-country, Israel and the complicity in those policies of his ex-compatriots and their supporters within the Sayanim community of diaspora Jews. He has been assailed from all sides for his uncompromising determination to speak out for human rights denied the occupied Palestinian people, remaining one of...
Jon Elmer from Palestine, Amy Goodman from Salt Spring Island
05 May, 2011 | 0:59:39 |
EN | janine bandcroft | Gorilla Radio

This week: Jon Elmer is a Canadian freelance journalist who lives in, and reports from Occupied Palestine. He has, over the nearly last decade contributed dozens of reports to this program in an effort to bring a greater understanding of the issues in Palestine to Canadians, and has filed innumerable reports to the InterPress Service, al Jazeera, and other international...
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