Saturday, April 19, 2014

Pillar to the Sky

 
   
          
Pillar to the Sky  
Friday, April 18
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
 A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Emerging Trends" talks, listen to an interview with bestselling author, William R. Forstchen.  He'll talk about his NASA-inspired work of fiction on the belief that nanotechnology and the advent of a space elevator will become the definers of the 21st century.  In his new book, "Pillar to the Sky," the United States is facing the worst deficit in the nation's history, environmental crisis are becoming an all-too-real threat, another oil crisis has pushed the price of oil over $150 a barrel, and war is once again brewing in the Middle East.  Two of NASA's scientists are on a mission to solve the ever-increasing problems of the 21st century:  Dr. Gary Morgan, an astrophysicist, and his wife Evgeniya "Eva” Oskanova Morgan, an aerospace engineer.  They have been working on a project to create a space elevator that would reach from the equator to geosynchronous orbit, twenty-three thousand miles above the earth.  With NASA's breakthroughs in nanotechnology, Gary and Eva truly believe a super strong, super light cable can be created that could make their dream of a space elevator a reality within the next decade.
 
 
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Celebrating Easter & Earth Day
 "But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell
you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish of the sea inform you.
Which of all these does not know that the hand of the LORD has done this? In his hand is
the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind."
 - Job 12:7-10 

April is a great month to see constant reminders of birth and rebirth that are natural cycles within and around us.  We encourage you to listen to the following interviews:


Judas of Nazareth:
How the Greatest Teacher Of
First-Century Israel
Was Replaced by a Literary Creation
In celebration of Easter, listen to Beyond 50's "Religion & Spirituality" talks with Daniel T. Unterbrink.  He'll explain about the real, historical Jesus that was Judas the Galilean, a messianic and Torah-observant revolutionary bent on overthrowing the Roman government in 4 BC and was part of "The Zealot Movement."  The new Testament Gospels, therefore, are not transcripts of actual history, but creative works of historical fiction designed to promote Paul's Christianity and serve the interests of the fledgling Gentile Christian communities.  You'll also learn about the 42 similarities between Jesus of Nazareth and Jesus of Galilean and more, based on Unterbrink's extensive research as a forensics auditor.

 
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Beyond 50's Related Note: Daniel Unterbrink's educational background and work experience in Medicare auditing gives him a unique advantage over most scholars.  He does not believe anything without solid proof: a good auditor does not make snap judgments but rather is guided by the data.  That is why he rejects the modern scholarship approach of interpreting history through secondary sources such as the Gospels and the Book of Acts. These secondary sources must be interpreted through the lens of primary sources, such as Josephus, Tacitus, Suetonius, Pliny and the authentic letters of Paul.  His method raises many questions that cannot be answered by the traditional interpretation championed by scholars.  As such, Unterbrink has attempted to steer clear from any one interpretation of Christian origins, and has followed the actual historical data in developing his own unique narrative.



"The Pollinator Queen" on Birds, Bees,
Butterlies & Bats
For Beyond 50's "Green Living" talks, listen to an interview with Noelle M. Meade-Izzi.  She is known as "The Pollinator Queen."  She'll share her utter delight and passion for bees, birds, butterflies and bats makes her their leading advocate at a time when mysterious declining hive census, diminishing habitat and various other threats loom large on the horizon. You'll also learn about her touching story - a three-month sojourn with a mother hummingbird, Artemis, and one tiny nestling - and how that encounter brought her back from the brink of despair after being caught in the financial downturn and market crash of 2008.  Nesting on Noelle's balcony, preparing to give birth, Artemis provided the uplifting and inspiring encounter that began Noelle's journey of discovery and healing. Together they welcomed "Baby" into the world.

 
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