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 Tickling the Belly of the Beast 
 
 Interview
 Dr. Darryl Babe Wilson, Mark Hager, Julia Whitty, Cynthia Gustin
 Cynthia Gustin  
 For non-profit use only.
In the first hour, Dr Darryl Babe Wilson, "Two Moons", "The Morning the Sun Went Down", author, educator and storyteller discussed the difference between oral literature and story telling, original thought, the importance of dreaming and the U.S.constitution. Dr. Wilson shared his experience of living in two worlds and grappling with two opposing value systems.

Please visit his website at: www.haydutsila.com.

In the second hour, Julia Whitty, "Deep Blue Home: An Intimate Ecology of Our Wild Ocean" spoke about the BP oil Disaster and its impact on our fragile oceans. Whitty, in discussing the most valuable ecosystem on earth, brought to life the fragile and abundant life in the deep sea, the delicate coral reefs, marshes, variety of endangered marine life and BP's utter irresponsibility and massive cover up.

Witty spoke at length about the interconnection of our deep blue home with the 3 dimensional under water currents and the connection to the atmosphere; how this connection maintains planetary stability and makes life livable on land.

Please visit her website at: Julia Whtty and her blog at Deep Blue Home.
Cynthia Gustin

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02:00:00 English 2010-09-09
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