Thursday on The Morning Zone
Today On The Show:
7:07AM MDT: , Author Steve Alten writes, “West Palm Beach, FL, October 3, 2013 – What happens when the world’s oil reserves finally run out? Did you know that without oil we can only produce enough food to feed 500 million people? That means 6 billion people would die, and tens of millions more would perish from cold, heat, lack of medical care . . . and killer mobs.” He is a New York Times bestselling author and his newest new thriller, The Omega Project, opens with a Die-Off that wipes out most of humanity. And that’s just the opening act. Find out more when he guests today with host Dave Chaffin.
7:37AM MDT: Early Bird Open Lines. Call in with your thoughts, comments and questions to 1-888-503-6500 toll free or locally 307-632-6500 or 632-3323.
8:07AM MDT: Dr. Margaret Cochran returns for her monthly visit. She is a a transpersonal psychologist, licensed clinical social worker, educator and author with more than 30 years of clinical experience. She is most often described by her patients as tough, compassionate and smart. She has a provocative message on her answering machine: ” Who are you, what do you want and how and when can you be reached? If you know the answer to these seemingly simple questions, be joyful, because most of us spend our whole lives working on the answers.” She takes a prismatic approach to therapy saying “I see things as a whole and acknowledge the intricate value of the parts therein. In our culture, we tend to value the rational and linear ways of exploring and thinking about the world above all else. But our senses need not be limited to just perceiving the three dimensional, corporeal world. Science has shown that everything is made of energy which we receive and interpret at various levels and to varying degrees.”
9:07AM MDT: More Open Lines