Joel Garbon serves as President of the nonprofit The New Energy Movement (www.NewEnergyMovement.org), which educates about breakthrough energy technologies and their implications for human society and our imperiled planet, while also serving as an advocate organization for inventors of these technologies. He is a founding member of New Energy Congress (www.NewEnergyCongress.org), a forum of technical professionals who investigate new energy technologies.
Artist, scientist, inventor, international scholar and diplomat will join Fringe Radio for 3 hours this coming Saturday night to discuss some of these topics: Controversial overview about the relatively unknown aspects of Maestro Leonardo’s life and works.
A favorite connection with Utah is two fold: Buff was commissioned by the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People (RCAP) to prepare a paper he formally presented in Ottawa to RCAP about the Ute treaties found in pictograph form painted on stone panels in State of Utah; and the other aspect has to do with the effigies of salamanders in Utah that relate directly to two such effigies in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and to the salamander effigy at Standing Rock in the Dakotas.
Laurie Neverman at Common Sense Homesteading lives in rural northeast Wisconsin in an environmentally friendly/energy efficient/accessible/new fangled/old fashioned home with solar panels, a root cellar and an herbal apothecary. She is a wife and mother with a background in engineering and a passion for natural healing, homesteading and gardening.
Brad Olsen’s passion for writing goes far beyond his book publishing business or the online content he produces. His books have reached a wide audience across the country and have won numerous awards. His work has been reviewed in top publications and he continues to lecture nationwide on various subjects. He has appeared on dozens of television and nationally syndicated radio shows over the course of two decades. Yet for all the fanfare, Brad Olsen likes to spend time with his friends and family, while attempting to be outdoors as much as possible.