400-408 – Fuz Rana, EVP of Research and Apologetics at Reasons to Believe (reasons.org), has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Ohio University with an emphasis in Bio-Chemistry. Today we talk about the latest "scientists create life in a lab" stories in the news, and his latest book entitled Creating Life in the Lab: How New Discoveries in Synthetic Biology Make a Case for the Creator (Amazon).
• Today, we start by talking about some of the recent alleged evidence for ape-to-human evolution – namely, the Red Deer Cave People and the Neanderthals. They covered this on their podcast "Science Newsflash" back in March when the story first broke. Historical note – Charles Darwin (1809–1882) published Descent of Man in 1871, with Chapter One entitled "The Evidence of the Descent of Man from some Lower Form."
• CNN (3/15/2012) 'Red Deer Cave' people, possibly a new human species?
• Natalie Wolchover (Live Science, 6/5/2012) Why Humans Prevailed.
413-423 – Fuz Rana, Are the popular renderings of what these "ape men" looked like based on good science, or largely artistic "Spielberg-like" speculation? To explain the three observable primary phenotypes, naturalistic evolution must have occurred three times not once – meaning, the ape-to-man "Descent of Man" must have occurred in three lineages, not from one common ancestor. However, the best evidence now indicates there was an original male-female pair based upon the best DNA research – known as Mitochondrial Eve and Chromosomal Y Adam.
428-438 – Fuz Rana, Neanderthals are no longer considered in the human tree.
443-452 – Next Saturday, June 16th, from 830am to Noon, at the Hilton Glendale, is our free "Salem Los Angeles Career Fair For Professionals." Come meet recruiters from a dozen companies, and find out where the good job openings are right now! Again, it's free, but seating is limited to the first 300. Pre-register at kkla.com, just click on the "Salem Los Angeles Career Fair For Professionals" Banner to sign up online. Two of the presenters join us...
• Greg Wood, a Certified Career Management Professional, author of The Hire Challenge Book Series.
• Beverly Macy, CEO of Gravity Summit Inc., professor in the UCLA Business and Management Extension Program, and co-author of The Power of Real-Time Social Media Marketing.
458-508 – Mark Joseph, multi-media producer in film, television, music, and online, as well as an author, talk show host, columnist, and blogger at BullyPulpit.com, (markjoseph.com, mjmgroup.com). He lives in LA with his wife Kara and their five girls.
In film – he worked at Walden Media on The Chronicles of Narnia, Ray, Holes, Because of Winn-Dixie, and Amazing Grace; he worked with Ralph Winter on The Bridge and Cupid; and he's currently producing Reagan. He also just did Doonby that releases this fall.
In television – he was the host and producer of both The Entertainment Report, and the international talk show The Interview. He's also hosts his online-show The Bully Pulpit Show.
In music – he produced the soundtrack for The Passion Of The Christ; supervised the international releases of over 70 records and produced the music for dozens of television commercials; and he's launched his own label, Bully Pulpit Records and signed his first artist, Molly Jenson.
512-523 – Mark Joseph,
528-539 – Ron Prentice, Executive Director of the California Family Council (californiafamily.org), and a marriage and family counselor, with an update based on today's email blast below, "The California Family Minute."
• Ron Prentice (California Family Council, 6/8/2012) San Diego and San Jose say "Enough!"
• Stop Special Interest Money is on the California ballot in November (stopspecialinterestmoney.org).
544-554 – Ron Prentice
LINER – KKLA invites you out to the 14th Annual 4th of July Spectacular at Shepherd of the Hills in Porter Ranch for a holiday full of food, activities, music, and of course a spectacular fireworks display! Don't forget your blankets and chairs! And make sure to swing by the KKLA booth for cool prizes and to listen to Erica's live broadcast beginning at 9pm. That's kkla.com, keyword "Fireworks."
558-608 – KKLA CARES – Many times "you have not, because you ask not," – So, bouncing off of James 4:3, "You ask and do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, so that you may spend it on your pleasures" – if you need something other than money, something pretty specific, a service or an item, let us know and we'll see if we can help. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Allan Espinoza runs the God Provides Food Bank in South El Monte (godprovidesministry.org, 626-442-4273) that distributes 80 tons of food each week and provides 1100 meals a day and 200 Family Packs (over 100lbs each) a day in the San Gabriel Valley, and they've recently expanded their walk-in freezers but they've run into a couple problems and need some help – they need a commercial freezer repairman to fix a refrigerant leak, and they need an electrician to repair some of the interior lights in the freezer.
612-623 – John needs a roofer, 323-734-4420.
Joe needs a car for his friend, 626-905-1410.
Marie needs wedding dresses for Africa, 888-277-1985.
Donna needs a VW mechanic, 310-483-3488.
LINER – KKLA invites you to our annual "Dodger Faith and Family Day" Saturday June 30th. Tickets start at $8.00 thru kkla.com, and you'll get a special wristband that allows you down on the field to hear testimonies from Dodgers Clayton Kershaw, AJ Ellis, and Josh Lindblom. That's kkla.com, keyword "Dodgers."
628-639 – Deb has a prayer report – a veteran needed a car to get to work and got one!
Yolanda is a single, disabled woman, struggling with public transportation and she needs a car. She's a skilled telemarketer looking for a job. 949-916-5187.
Ann needs help completing five corporate tax returns before July 1st. 818-973-1650.
Eric is a marriage and family therapist and has an 8th grade female patient in need of some dental work, beyond what MediCal covers, 714-727-6466.
Fernando needs a piano, or a keyboard, to put in a hospital in Ontario, as a Music for the Soul ministry, 909-717-3103.
644-656 – Paul needs bicycles and toys for motel kids in Stanton, 714-803-9692.
Richard needs a non-Apple laptop for a female student who had her laptop stolen from her when she got mugged at a Starbucks, 818-427-9562.
• Charles Krauthammer (NRO, 6/7/2012) What Wisconsin Means.
• Peggy Noonan (WSJ, 6/8/2012) What's Changed After Wisconsin: The Obama administration suddenly looks like a house of cards.