RFID-TV // EATR // Robotic Fish // Predator Drone //
Katherine tells us about the ex-IBM employee explaining that TV abandoned analog and migrated to digital to make room for RFID chips and the reasons for doing so. Katherine brings the creepy EATR robot to light - it ingests carbon life forms. We are making and more creatures - robotic fish, predator drones. Thanks for the call from John.
Robotic Fish // Elise Pearlstein // Food Inc. //
Robotic fish? Katherine delves deeper. Katherine and Elise discuss the movie Food, Inc. that addresses factory farming and its implications. Watch it, it will open your eyes about the food for sale.
Medical Privacy: Katherine's recent doctor's visit // Brave New World // AMA //
Katherine discusses her frustrations at the doctors office over the reams of personal data required to simply treat a finger injury. The power of prayer: The doctor she saw just happened to be a national expert on RFID! Katherine reads an excerpt from chapter 17 of the book: "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley. "I don't want comfort. I want God. I want poetry, I want real danger. I want freedom, I want goodness. I want sin." Callers weigh in.
Brave New World
Murder of late term abortion doctor // "Why botched abortion case should inspire outrage" //
Katherine talks about the murder of George Tiller, a late-term abortionist. Scott Roeder went into a church where George Tiller was an usher and shot him in the heart. Late term abortion doctors kill live human babies at 21 weeks and beyond while they struggle for life in the womb. Katherine said, "The gun is the coward's and idiot's way" of dealing with men like Tiller. Katherine read an article titled: "Why a botched abortion case should inspire outrage," that illustrates the horrors of late-term abortion. Callers weigh in.
George Tiller: America's most notorious abortionist
Why A Botched Abortion Case Should, and Does, Inspire Outrage: The Sycloria Williams Story