Last week I had the opportunity to interview 2 fascinating guests, taking a look at 2 potential worst case scenarios: a mini Ice Age and a nuclear event.
David Archibald is the author of Twilight of Abundance and has a varied background as a scientist in oil exploration, energy, and climate science. He bases his climate research on a number of factors, but solar activity is his main focus in this interview. We talked about how our sun is at one of its lowest levels of activity in many decades and how similar periods in the past led to ice ages. He also addresses global warming and why he believes it’s one of the biggest hoaxes in history.
Click here for the interview —> http://bit.ly/1emNwrh
My second interview was with Janet Liebsch who, with her husband, is the author of It’s a Disaster…and what are you going to do about it?“ This all-purpose guide to multiple disasters was one of the first I read when I began learning about preparedness. I wanted to talk with Janet about potential nuclear disasters because she constantly has her ear to the ground where current disasters and research is concerned. In this interview we discuss Fukushima and try to separate fact from fiction and in the second half, she shares tips for surviving a nuclear event.
To listen to my interview with Janet, click here —> http://bit.ly/QYoJVq
Here are links to those 2 shows as well as all the others in our network. Give a listen to a new host this week! You just might find a new favorite!
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