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The Mind's Ear: "The Mind's Ear Presents: Justynn Tyme", Segment 1

1 周 ago
"The Mind's Ear Presents: Justynn Tyme" The Mind's Ear Program #22 A collection of recordings from the enigmatic Justynn Tyme. "Like a blacksmith, Justynn Tyme uses the basic elements of Dadaism, Buddhism, Absurdism, and humor tinged with robust insanity to forge his unique brand of experimental artistry. These tempered bite-size Dada pieces are designed to explode kaleidoscopically even in the most rigid of imaginations". Original Broadcast Date on Free Radio Santa Cruz: June 9th, 2018 For more information, visit: www.justynntyme.com, www.themindsear.com, and www.freakradio.org Tune in to The Mind's Ear every Saturday night at 9 p.m. (PST) and every Sunday at 7 p.m. (PST) on Free Radio Santa Cruz (101.3 FM).
The Mind's Ear

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 周 ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 周 ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: The Thin Layer Before Madness, Segment 1

1 周 ago
Will the ocean stop accepting our carbon pollution? New science with Dr. Ryan Pereira in Scotland about climate reaction in the sea. Then a new bottom for nuclear madness: floating atomic reactors to the Arctic, and around the world. From Amsterdam, scientist and Greenpeace activist Jan Haverkamp explains why this new Russian business is bad for everybody.
Alex Smith