Welcome to Third Eye Weekly–a podcast hosted by BTR’s Zach Schepis and Lisa Autz for underreported news, the spoken word, and radical conversation to keep you informed.
On today’s show Ben London explains how his Kickstarter campaign can help you create a website to bring your favorite mom-and-pop candies online.
And later, plant materials and biomechanics specialist Camilla Pandolfi sheds light on her efforts with the organization PNAT–which is dedicated to creating unique “jellyfish barges.” These self-sustaining, floating hydroponic centers can desalinate water (or snow!), providing countless opportunities for renewable resources in a future threatened by climate change.
As always, don’t forget to check out our Twitter account for the latest in independent media and underreported news.
SOURCES FOR INDEPENDENT MEDIA:
YOU JUST LOST YOUR SAVINGS TO JP MORGAN – DEC 17 2014
LAW ENFORCEMENT’S MOST SELF-SERVING MYTH – DEC 15 2014
METAL BAND SKINNY PUPPY USED FOR GUANTANAMO TORTURE – DEC 14 2014
TURKEY ENTERS ETHIOPIA – DEC 16 2014
Without further ado …
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December 19 – The Zoo – Fortitude Valley, AU
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