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Journalist and scientist Andrew Freedman: what new science is saying about freaky 2013 weather. Plus Dr. Kathy McMahon "the Peak Oil Shrink" Kathy tells us about Nicole Foss, "sucky collapse", and a surprising turn in her own life.
Interviews by Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock
Song: "Whose World Is This?" by Jim Page (Seattle)
McMahon interview inspired by KMO at c-realm.com
What happened to winter? One day you're jogging in snowless Chicago in a t-shirt. Or enjoying 70 degrees, 21 degrees C at the end of January in D.C. Twenty four hours later it's big winter jackets and watch out for frost-bite.
We talk with journalist and scientist Andrew Freedman to see what new science is saying about freaky 2013.
Then you'll join me for a talk with a shrink. With all the bad news, we sure need one.
Kathy McMahon is the "Peak Oil Shrink", a clinical psychologist who specializes in energy, climate, and the recovery that looks more like a Depression every day. Kathy tells us about Nicole Foss, "sucky collapse", and a surprising turn in her own life.