Day six starts with discussion involving Steven Harris. Steven Harris is a consultant and expert in the field of energy. He is the founder and CEO of Knowledge Publications, the largest energy only publishing company in the USA. Mr. Harris came to his current position to do full time work on the development and implementation of hydrogen, biomass and solar related energy systems after spending 10 years in the Aero-Thermal Dynamics department of the Scientific Labs of Chrysler Corporation, where he was a pioneer member of the group that developed and implemented successful Speed to Market development concepts.
Steve’s interview is about Self Reliance Preparedness – Everything You Need to Know About Batteries and More. Steven Harris covers ALL Batteries that you can use in Preparedness. Alkaline, Lithium, NiMH, NiCD and Lithium Ion Batteries. AAA, AA, C, D, 9V, CR123, RCR123, 14500, 16240, 18650, 26650’s and more. What you are watching is a live presentation given by Steven Harris to the Pittsburgh Preparedness Group. It is a live and fun interaction with the crowd as Steven teaches. You will not be bored and you will learn many things that you never knew about batteries.
Nathan Crane brings Sam Coffman as next interviewee.Sam began his medical education in the military as a U.S. Special Forces Medic in 1989. At that same time, he became highly interested in herbalism as a way to provide health care in remote regions with a minimum of medical supplies, both for acute care and trauma as well as for chronic conditions. This was the start of a long journey into the world of plant medicine for Sam. Sam founded and runs a survival and herbalism school called The Human Path offering complete clinical herbalism courses in the central Texas region.
Sam talks about Sustainable Medicine and the Human Community. Plant medicine is a way to bring an entire community together much in the same way that any group of animals gather around a watering hole. This vital idea of health care that we can all contribute to and be a part of is an idea that fixes the human condition on many levels. It creates community and harmony where that might not have existed. It creates a vital connection between the planet and the human species. It creates a sense of responsibility at the personal level, which contributes to better health on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. Sam Coffman discusses some of the ways in which he has introduced sustainable medicine and nutrition into communities around the country and around the world in order to begin to bring families and neighborhoods together in a solidarity of human survival with the planet rather than in spite of it.
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