SciFriday: Trading Our DNA for 5G

August 2, 2019

5G promises mobile phone data speeds up to 100 times faster than 4G. The only problem is the physical effects from 5G signals — for one thing, it unzips DNA.

SciFriday: LTC Bob Maginnis – Future War

July 5, 2019

For this July 4th holiday, we talk with Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis (U.S. Army, Ret.), author of the important book Future War, about the challenges facing military officials who must keep ahead of technology that threatens to put an end to humanity as we know it.

SciFriday: Facebook Builds the Beast System

June 28, 2019

Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency, Libra, raises the disturbing prospect of people with views they deem unacceptable—conservative, Christian, or (horrors!) conservative Christian—from being not just deplatformed, but unable to buy and sell if the day comes that Libra becomes a global currency.

SciFriday: Archaeology Exposes the Horned God

May 17, 2019

Archaeology is showing that Cernunnos, the Celtic horned god, originated in the Near East as Kronos, king of the Titans, who was El, creator-god of the Canaanites, and Enlil, the chief god of ancient Sumer.

SciFriday: A Rip in the Surface of the Earth

May 10, 2019

As we prepare to return to the Holy Land, we return to a program from June 6, 2018: The Jordan Rift Valley is part of a system of fault lines that stretch from Turkey to Mozambique. What caused it, and why is it growing?

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