RT's Abby Martin sits down with Academy Award Winning Director, Oliver Stone, and Historian Peter Kuznick, to talk about US foreign policy and the Obama administration's disregard for the rule of law.
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Luke Rudkowski interviews Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick following the debut of their series, "The Untold History of the United States." Luke discusses with them about the lack of outrage shown towards the President Obama's continuation of Bush's policies. Luke also talks to them about what should be done in regards to a new investigation into 9/11.
At a recent book signing and t.v series debut of The Untold History of the United States, Luke Rudkowski got a chance to ask a question to Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick the authors of the series. The debut episode was about WWII and Henry A. Wallace which most of the conversation at the event revolved around. Another video will be released tomorrow with an one on on interview with both Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick
Explanation: How did this big rock end up on this strange terrain? One of the more unusual places here on Earth occurs inside Death Valley, California, USA. There a dried lakebed named Racetrack Playa exists that is almost perfectly flat, with the odd exception of some very large stones, one of which is pictured above. Now the flatness and texture of large playa like Racetrack are fascinating but not scientifically puzzling -- they are caused by mud flowing, drying, and cracking after a heavy rain. Only recently, however, has a viable scientific hypothesis been given to explain how 300-kilogram sailing stones ended up near the middle of such a large flat surface. Unfortunately, as frequently happens in science, a seemingly surreal problem ends up having a relatively mundane solution. It turns out that high winds after a rain can push even heavy rocks across a temporarily slick lakebed.
Meet Adrian Gray, a Dorset artist who after being forced to turn his back on technology thanks to illness now spends his time creating 'magical' installations by simply balancing stones on top of one another.