Today, Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek first rebroadcast an interview with Dr Terry Wahls, author of the Wahls Protocol. It's called a 'radical new way to treat all chronic autoimmune conditions.' Wahls treated her own MS and got out of a wheelchair. Then Adele Levine, author of , "Run don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Medical Center." It's about the life inside the highest volume amputee center in the nation, and how Levine grew curiously attached to the good that is done there.
If the proposed ONE Wasatch interconnect comes together, it could take advantage of a wide variety of ski resorts on the Wasatch Range, according to Deer Valley General Manager Bob Wheaton. Rick Brough has more.
This week Chris and guest co-host Larry Warren talk to Paul Murphy of Rocky Mountain Power abouttheir plans to build a 2 mega watt solar power plant in the southern part of the state. An interesting development in light of the fact that Rocky Mountain Power stated just last year that they had no plans to develop new renewable energy systems over the next ten years. Why the change?
Larry introduces Alex Butwinski as today's guest host. They first talk to Adam Grant, author of "Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success". He regularly advises companies about how to get the most out of their employees and how to help their employees get the most out of their job. Then, Joel Clark, President and Cameron Smith, Vice President of Kodiak Cakes, a 100% whole grain and water only flapjack and waffle mix. They now have a line of innovative microwaveable, single-serve muffins called "Minute Muffins".
Lynn and John talk about the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory satellite with Dr. Dalia Kirschbaum of NASA. Part of the mission's goal is to improve forecasting of extreme events that cause natural disasters. This leads to the next guest, Jacob Lowenstern, Scientist in charge of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory. Yellowstone National Park sits atop one of the world's largest super-volcanos.
One day into the hearing on District Robert Shelby's ruling declaring Utah's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, judges on a Federal appeals court are divided and a ruling is not expected for several months. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Tim Henney and Lynn ware Peek talk air & water quality, wood burning fireplaces, car emission lights and septic tanks with Rich Bullough, director of the Summit County Health Department. The, members of the Park City High School Academic Decathlon team...it's the club a lot of adults wish they had been part of. What does it take to master at the state and national level like the PCHS team does each year?
Andrea Morgan joins Nell and Chris in the first part of the show to talk about genetically modified organisms and genetically engineered crops. After that Nell provides an update on Alaska's Pebble Mine project and Chris explains the linkage between fracking and seismic activity.