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Good afternoon and welcome to your own health and fitness talk show. LAYNA BERMAN: I am Health Integration Specialist, Layna Berman. I'm here live with you every Tuesday at noon talking to you about healthcare and fitness trends and I usually take your phone calls. Now this week show is the final of two Special Pledge Drive Shows. Today, I will be interviewing, Biologist and Medical Activist, Dr

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LAYNA BERMAN: Good afternoon and welcome to your own health and fitness talk show. I am health integration specialist, Layna Berman, and I'm here live with you every Tuesday at noon talking to you about healthcare and fitness trends and taking your phone calls. This week’s show is an interview with biologist, researcher and medical activist, Raymond Peat. He is the true pioneer of the use in

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: The Following episode of Politics & Science features an interview with Dr. Raymond Peat, endocrinologist and physiologist, Eugene, Oregon. It was recorded on July 24, 2008. At that time, we were struggling with a – how shall I say – a not-very-well -functioning phone interface machine at WMRW-LP1 and so the sound is a little funky. I’ve put it through some sound modifying programs

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: Hey this is a politics and science, and I'm your host John Barkhausen. And this is the special extended interview with Ray Peat done on March 4, 2015, with Ray from the studios of WMRW and the subject was Evolution and Lamarck, although that hardly gets mentioned. Anyway, just a few things about the show; I had some technical problems, so I think there is some distortion

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: This interview with Dr. Raymond Peat was recorded on January 7, 2012. Welcome to Politics & Science. I'm your host John Barkhausen. And this week, I'm, once again, very pleased to have on my show Dr. Raymond Peat, who has a PhD in biology and also studied extensively in the fields of physiology and endocrinology and, in my opinion, is a very learned science historian. Ray, do you

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ANDREW MURRAY: Welcome to this month’s and this new year’s Ask Your Herb Doctor. Happy New Year, everybody. My name is Andrew Murray. For those of you who perhaps have never listened to the shows, which run every third Friday of the month from 7 till 8 PM, I'm a licensed naturopathic doctor who trained in England and graduated there with a degree in herbal medicine. We run a clinic in Garberville

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ANDREW MURRAY:Welcome to this month’s Ask Your Herb Doctor. My name is Andrew Murray. SARAH JOHANNESEN MURRAY: My name is Sarah Johannesen Murray. ANDREW MURRAY: For those of you who perhaps have never listened to our shows, which run every third Friday of the month from 7 till 8 PM, we’re both licensed medical herbalists who trained in England and graduated there with a degree in herbal

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This free program is paid for by the listeners of Redwood Community Radio. If you’re not already a member, please think of joining us. Thank you. Speaker 1: Hello. Welcome to this month’s Ask Your Herb Doctor. My name is Andrew Murray. And for those of you who perhaps have never listened to the shows which ran every third Friday of the month from 7 to 8 PM. I’m a licensed medical herbalist who

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: Politics & Science presents the viewpoints of its participants and does not necessarily reflect the viewpoints of any other person or organization. Okay. We'll cut that off and tell you that the following show does present the viewpoints of its participants. Female Speaker: The following program represents the views of its participants... JOHN BARKHAUSEN: That's just what I was

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If you have any questions for Politics and Science, you can direct them by email to politicsandscience@madriver.com. That’s politics a-n-dscience@madriver.com. Politics and Science can be heard weekly on WMRW-LP 1 95 .1 FM airing on Mondays at 5 p.m. and in the Bellows Falls area can be heard on WOOL-LP Bellow Falls at 101 .1 FM airing from 3 to 4 p.m. on Sundays and from 9 to 10 a.m. on Mondays

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JOHN BURKHAUSEN: And you even said, I think, in one of your newsletters that the engineering, sort of generating dogma school of science, even thought that memory was a function of brain cells dying, like holes being punched in an IBM computer card, and that’s how you – they were postulating that that’s how you remember things. RAY PEAT: Yeah. If you look at the history of science from the wrong

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JOHN BARKHAUSEN: The following interview with Ray Peat was recorded on May 18, 2012. If you'd like more information about Dr. Raymond Peat, you can go to his website, raypeat.com, where there's many interesting articles for free available for your enjoyment. Also, if you're interested in hearing this show again, many Politics & Science shows are posted at radio4all.net. And when you get there