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 Radio Ecoshock Show 
 who knew, when, and when they paid to hide the truth
 Weekly Program
 Neela Banerjee, Joel K. Bourne, Paul Ehrlich, Terence McKenna
 Alex Smith  
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Neela Banerjee from InsideClimate News investigates the world's biggest oil company, Exxon/Mobil. In the 1970's, Exxon knew their product would damage the climate, but chose to fund denial. In "The End of Plenty", National Geographic author Joel Bourne says the future of food and population isn't going to happen. Plus Terence McKenna: why most people are idiots; Paul Ehrlich on disappearing animals.
Interviews by Alex Smith for Radio Ecoshock.

Clip of Paul Ehrlich from film made by Woods Institute.

Clip of the late Terence McKenna "Why Most People Are Idiots" adapted from "Conversations at the End of the Millennium" with Ralph Abraham and Rupert Sheldrake. Music is Nara by E.S. Posthumous.

Song "Love_A_Lution" by Diana Lindley, Blue-Moon Release, 2015.
In the Affiliates version, there is a good break and reintro at exactly 34:02

Hard-hitting investigative journalism led by Neela Banerjee of InsideClimate News reveals oil company Exxon knew their products helped power climate change. Their own scientists told top executives in the early 1970's. Exxon equipped a super-tanker to measure carbon in the world's oceans in the early 1980's.

So why did Exxon lead the charge, with the misleading "Global Climate Coalition" - to give millions of dollars to official-sounding "Institutes" who denied climate change was real, or that humans were causing it.

Joel K. Bourne is a top author for National Geographic magazine. His new book is ""The End of Plenty, The Race to Feed a Crowded World"." In the end, we are headed toward a collision between not enough food in a climate-damaged world and an unsupportable human population. Nobody wins.

In anticipation of next week's Radio Ecoshock interview with the venerable biologist Paul Ehrlich, I run a short clip where Paul describes the cherished animals that will disappear in our lifetime. Tune in next week for our personal chat and his new book ""The Annihilation of Nature - Human Extinction of Birds and Mammals".

Terence McKenna explains what I've always wanted to know: "Why Most People Are Idiots". It's a clip form a longer collection, set to music. A counter-culture guru, McKenna died in 2000.

Canadian singer Diana Lindley has her vision and song out: "Love-A-Lution". In the Affiliates version we listen to a clip. The full song is in the 1 hour version of Radio Ecoshock.

 Ecoshock 150930 CD Quality Download Program Podcast
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 Ecoshock 150930 Affiliates 58 minutes Download Program Podcast
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00:58:00 English 2015-09-30
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