Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Secret Journey to Planet Serpo: An Interplanetary Travel

Secret Journey to Planet Serpo:
An Interplanetary Travel
Friday, May 17
 A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "History" talks, liste to an interview with Len Kasten.  He'll talk about a massive alien spacecraft that landed at the Nevada test site north of Las Vegas on July 16, 1965.  Following a plan set in motion by President Kennedy in 1962, the alien visitors welcomed 12 astronaut-trained military personnel aboard their craft for the 10-month journey to their home planet, Serpo, 39 light-years away.  In November 2005, former and current members of the Defense Intelligence Agency came forward to reveal the operation.

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The Fluoridation of Water Debate
For Beyond 50's "Medical Care" talks, listen to an interview with Renee Daphne Kimball and Hugo Schulz of Enuf Waste.  They will talk about the fluoridation of water debate in a holistic way - addressing some of the claims of the pro-fluoride ads; look at the health concerns regarding the fluoridation of water; go over an underlying agenda to the whole issue; question the issue of fluoridation as forced medication; and more.

    To Hear the Past Interview, Click onThis:      Episode 437

  PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soat; and champion human rights.

Star Trek Into Darkness
A fun and fantastic thrill ride, the Star Trek crew is on a manhunt to capture John Harrison who launches an attack on the Starfleet Federation, then goes into hiding at the Klingon's home planet.  The villain is a cunning adversary of unparalleled strength and intellect.   After capturing Harrison and placing him into custody, they learn that his many secrets may spell doowm for the Enterprise crew.  The film's pace is relentless with lots of harrowing moments. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Sci-Fi and Fantasy; Running Time: 2 hrs., 3 min.)

Frances Ha
Shot in black and white, Frances Ha is a 27-year-old living in Brooklyn with her best friend Sophie, trying to make it as a dancer.  She struggles with a dance career and stubbornly flails from one living arrangement to the next.  Like her peers, she is a twentysomething fumbling through life, full of ambitions, but unclear about her ideas. It's also a statement about friendships that change over the years, but true friends will adapt.  (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Comedy; Running Time: 1 hr., 26 min.)

The Fruit Hunters
This is a juicy documentary about fruit and the people who love it.  You'll travel around the globe following adventurers, scientists and fruit detectives. One of them is Bill Pullman - a fruit-obsessed Hollywood actor (of "Independence Day") who had planned and built orchards since his boyhood.  He dreams of creating a community orchard and his hobby is rare, tree-borne delicacies.  There is such a biodiversity of fruits.  You'll want to sample Marang that tastes like marshmallow, the Ice Cream Bean which resembles cotton candy in the mouth; and Finger Limes, also called "citrus caviar."   (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 1 hr., 32 min.)

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