March 23 - Russia Poised to Invade Eastern Ukraine; "Earth Will Cross the Climate Change Threshold in 2038"; The Scientist Who Predicted the Recent "Big Bang" Breathrough

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We begin and go to Moscow to speak with the independent defense analyst Dr. Pavel Felgenhauer about the growing possibility that Putin will order his army that is massing on the border with Ukraine, to invade Eastern Ukraine under the guise of liberating Russian-speaking Ukrainians from a Western-backed government of Nazis and anti-Semites who are oppressing pro-Russian Ukrainians. We will also look into the possibility Putin will move to annex the Russian-speaking separatist Transdniestria region of Moldova and his ominous warning to Russians opposed to him, who Putin labeled in a speech to the Russian parliament as, “a fifth column” and a “disparate bunch of national traitors”.

 

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Then we speak with Michael Mann, the Director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University who shared the Nobel Prize with others on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. We will discuss his new article at Scientific American “Earth Will Cross the Climate Danger Threshold by 2036” and the recent Senate all-nighter on Climate Change, the White House’s new website on Climate Change, and Hillary Clinton’s remarks to students at Arizona State University that she hopes there will be a mass movement that demands political change to address global warming.

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Then finally we speak with the scientist who predicted the recent “Big Bang” breakthrough in 1983 that is now confirmed with new evidence of how the universe underwent rapid expansion a fraction of a second after the Big Bang. Andrei Linde, a Professor of Physics at Stanford University, whose “chaotic inflation” theory has been verified by a team of scientists at the South Pole, joins us to discuss the significance of this discovery that has rocked the world of science, heralding in a “whole new era” of physics.

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