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Hacking Occupy Wall St., Precrime Procedures, iOS update, Future Education with Sri Gyan McCaughan of Mt. Madonna School

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The Hacker group Anonymous declared “war” on the New York Stock Exchange this weekend and vowed to “erase” the NYSE from the Internet.  Or is it Intelligence Agencies flying a false flag, just to confuse the situation? We explore two key audio missives ostensibly from Anonymous.  You tell us!  Precrime has never been so real, with the latest new neurotech and the plans of law enforcement ‘Vogons.”  The latest developments, which reveal efforts to “collect, process, or retain information on” members of “the public,” came to light through an internal DHS document obtained under open-government laws. We bring you up to date.  Find out what your new iOS5 and iPhone 4S can really do..Let’s keep that balance of power!

In the second hour, we feature Mt. Madonna educator Sri Gyan McCaughan exploring what he is doing to improve the quality of education for our kids.  Hint- it involves media literacy and imagination. Hear about the school’s science project,  which landed them on The Discovery Channel, and a picture of Sri Gyan with the Mythbusters! He also poses the question, ” Isn’t It Time to End the War Against Our Children?” 


Memorial Interview with Dan Kottke, Steve Jobs Best Friend

For KSCO’s Saturday Special we interviewed Dan Kottke, one of Steve Jobs oldest and dearest friends.  They met in college, took classes, explored the nature of reality in many ways, went to India together, and then worked on building Apple Computer, and later, the Macintosh.  At one point they had a falling out which was finally reconciled before Steve passed.  In this interview, Dan candidly shares with us some of his most significant times and moments with Steve, including their final encounter..
Daniel also revealed the other name they seriously considered besides “Apple.” Any guesses?  Clue- it’s not a fruit and, like Apple, the name has become a cyber legend..

What did you feel and think when Steve died?

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It was a profound moment for us when Steve Jobs passed, though not without it’s humor.  Sun (Mrs. Future) and I were visiting our dear friends, Mark and Rachael Hager, when the news of Steve’s demise came in over a push notification on my iPhone.. huh.. Mark used to direct many of Steve’s video shoots of Apple products, Sun’s career skyrocketed when she got a Mac, and I have been touched by Apple too, in so many strange ways. This clip was made when the news was fresh, as non-stop images of Steve were all over the news channels..I think you’ll enjoy our reflections.. Please share with us your thoughts and feelings..



Mad Like Tesla - Interview with journalist Tyler Hamilton on his new book about alt energy mavericks and their 'mad' projects.

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Energy tech reporter for Canada’s largest newspaper, the Toronto Star, Tyler takes us on a wild ride through the alternative energy world of innovative mavericks- interesting people with plans and companies to harness the power of tornados, hot fusion, warm algae, solar energy from space, strange hydrino particles, and more..all chronicled in his new book, “Mad Like Tesla.”   (Interview by Al Lundell aka ‘Dr. Future’)


A Dr. Future Movie Review - LIMITLESS


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One of our “regular irregulars” on the Dr. Future Show, quantum physicist Nick Herbert, and his best friend, retired San Jose cop and current weight lifting coach, Reno DeCaro, love to watch movies together a couple of times a week in Reno’s state-of-the-art home theater.  

Not short of opinions and very discerning on what they watch, they recently viewed the SciFi thriller, “Limitless,” about a down on his luck writer who tries NZT, a revolutionary new pharmaceutical that allows him to tap his full potential. Starring Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro, this is the first Hollywood film that explores the topic of smart drugs, one of our show’s favorite topics.  I think you’ll enjoy Nick and Reno’s fast-paced, if somewhat scathing review of the film, and Nick’s desire for “quantum pharmaceuticals.”