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“Is There Life After Death? The Extraordinary Science of What Happens When We Die” is a provocative new book where quantum physics and consciousness research are used to put an interesting spin on the age old question. Hear an interview with the author, Anthony Peake. (part 2)

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“Is There Life After Death? The Extraordinary Science of What Happens When We Die” is a provocative new book where quantum physics and consciousness research are used to put an interesting spin on the age old question. Hear an interview with the author, Anthony Peake.

With the release in 2005 of “Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election & Why They'll Steal the Next One Too (Unless We Stop Them),” Mark Crispin Miller made the compelling case that Bush/Cheney's “re-election” was even more fraudulent than their “election” in 2000. Though Professor Miller will gladly debate anybody on the facts, he's had a difficult time even getting any response at all from the mainstream media. When any attention has been paid to his thoroughly researched and documented work, it's not uncommon to take the form of a hit piece. In order to answer that, he has a new paperback edition, “Fooled Again: The Case for Electoral Reform,” with a hundred new pages that debunk his critics, as well as offering insights and speculations as to the overall hostility toward the notion that electoral fraud is even occurring. Hear the follow-up interview on the follow-up book.

With the release in 2005 of “Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election & Why They'll Steal the Next One Too (Unless We Stop Them),” Mark Crispin Miller made the compelling case that Bush/Cheney's “re-election” was even more fraudulent than their “election” in 2000. Though Professor Miller will gladly debate anybody on the facts, he's had a difficult time even getting any response at all from the mainstream media. When any attention has been paid to his thoroughly researched and documented work, it's not uncommon to take the form of a hit piece. In order to answer that, he has a new paperback edition, “Fooled Again: The Case for Electoral Reform,” with a hundred new pages that debunk his critics, as well as offering insights and speculations as to the overall hostility toward the notion that electoral fraud is even occurring. Hear the follow-up interview on the follow-up book.

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