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Big Scott’s Falun Gong ZSR Art Exhibition Interview 2013

My first ever time of being asked to explain what the artwork was saying to me. All the images were painted by artists who have suffered for following the Falun Gong regime of Honesty, Tolerance and Compassion. Members are regularly murdered in camps to provide organs for international ‘Transplant Tourists!!!

World Radio Day Interview

Newport City Radio – #WorldRadioDay : The Method in The Madness!.

World Radio Day

as part of their World Radio Day event I was invited over to Newport City Radio to talk about the power and necessity of Community Radio. it was a thoroughly enjoyable time. Here are a few soundbites from the recordings too 😉

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Global Community Radio – 

On Mission to Help the Environment With Surfing

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The 39-year-old surfer is now traveling from beach to beach with his girlfriend Carolina Scorsin promoting his invention to help children take up surfing and reduce waste at the same time.

Lumertz’s “eco surfboards,” which he first developed in 2007, consist of bottles supported by PVC tubes and glue. The bottles are treated with dry ice to make them stronger and more floatable. A standard board is made up of 41 bottles, and a stand up paddleboard is made using 73 bottles.

“A common surfboard in the store costs at least $2,000, but can reach $5,000. A board with plastic bottles is only $100,” explains Scorsin.