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Step Out Boldly
January 26, 2016 11:41 AM PST
In this, our last podcast on K WAVe 6 Radio's Podcast (we've moved), we're telling you about our redesigned web site home page; our desires and pupose at K WAVe 6 Radio and our call to action for each and every person that actually cares about what's going on in the world.
If children as young as thirteen years old have taken to social media, YouTube and other video sources to express their dislike and fear of the future they're to inherit, isn't it about time ALL of us gather together to help make the world better for at least them?
... or is life a reality tv show for you?
Joining us here is ONE avenue to work together for the good of everyone!How to Make a Better World: Nepal
January 19, 2016 03:00 AM PST
Our guest today is Krishna Pokharel. Krishna is the president of a charitable NGO in Nepal which not only provides food, clothes and shelter to those in need, but they provide education to help those in need to help themselves. The other thing that makes Krishna, his family, co-workers and friends so special is, they give of their time as well as money to help those in more need than themselves.
Keeping with this thought, Krishna Pokharel has a start-up company called, "3 Dot's Graphic's and Creation". Their website is still in the development stages, so don't go looking for it at this time. What inspired me to have Krishna as a guest on this podcast is that even in his start-up company, he and his co-workers take the profits from whatever work they get - after paying expenses - and provide help to those still in need of assistance from last years earthquake in Nepal.
Krishna has many inspiring things to share with us and in this short podcast, you will be inspired and you can find the motivation to do something in your community or some area nearby that can use your help.
Also, if you'd like to help those in Nepal, even with a very small donation - $1.00 USD is equal to 105.00+ Nepalese Rupee's. To give you an idea of what this will buy:
If you'd like to help those in Nepal through Krishna and his NGO, here is his contact information:
Here is howl to make a donation through bank transfer.
Bank Name : NIC ASIA Bank LTD.
Maharajgunj Branch, Kathmandu, Nepal
Account Number : 1344394616524001
Swift code : NICENPKA (for payments from other countries)
Account Holder Name : FOCUSED
Organization Address : 06-Mahankal, Boudha Kathmandu
You can find all about us through our website. http://www.focused.org.np/ as well."
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Direct link: kwave6radio.weebly.comTruth: Privacy
December 17, 2015 03:00 PM PST
If you have a computer with Windows 7, you know that Microsoft is planning to stop security updates for Windows 7 in mid January of 2016. Do you take Windows 10, or another system? Why?
Is privacy your concern? Is it only your concern relating to the internet?
Consider the points brought out in this podcast, then join our forum page on www.kwave6radio.tk.Truth, part 1
December 06, 2015 07:44 PM PST
Although this podcast is just a bit shorter than thirty minutes, I had planned for it to be longer. As I stated at the start of this podcast, "Life has a habit of interrupting plans."
This podcast is coming in multiple parts mostly because talking about "Truth" is not as simple as it may appear. As mentioned in this show, truth has many layers - some are necessary, but I'd venture to say that most are not.
This podcast, and others that will follow are to help all listeners to re-think what we are accepting as truth, and why - then most of all, what can, and what should we do to make our own lives better, then help others who want a better life.
This show was created quickly, so please ignore the imperfections.
Two more things:
Stay tuned! other parts to follow soon. Please contribute in the forum, who knows? We may discuss your thoughts here!Oooo, Look!... Don't You Agree?
November 13, 2015 11:15 AM PST
Today, while reading through some of my social media networks, I became agitated from some of what I read - not that stuff like this is new or seldom ever seen, it just got to me today.
This is a ten minute podcast to ask you to listen, think, rethink, make a change, then join us for next Wednesday's (the 18th of November) live show where you can call in to share your positive experiences relative to our show topic. Also, we're asking all positive people to join us in our new social network group in www.seen.is - the social network is called "Seen", and it's based in Iceland. Why Iceland? Visit their page and read the brief information, you'll understand quickly.
Listen to this podcast for all the information, and keep up wiith what's going on at K WAVe 6 Radio at www.kwvave6radio.tk.
Rebroadcast: How to Make a Better World, part 2
November 10, 2015 04:00 AM PST
"Welcome back to another interview with Andrés Ginestet, a NATO consultant and university professor; Troy Mathisen, the founder and coordinator of the Global Sovereign Alliance;and Robert C. (aka, Stash) of the Global Sovereign Alliance.
Send all questions, comments and inquiries to, email@example.com
Follow our blog, "What's New", and get our social media links at, www.kwave6radio.tkRebroadcast: How to Make a Better World, part 1
November 09, 2015 04:00 AM PST
This show is just part 1 of a series which will continue tomorrow, part three played hear in podcast last week. In this show, we discuss many of the existing problems society has to overcome and what we should be doing to overcome them. In future shows, we will concentrate more on how everyone interested in a better world can participate in our positive transformation/transition.
If you have questions, comments or inquiries, contact us at:
Keep abreast of our programming and more via our blog titled, "What's New" at www.kwave6radio.tk
Also, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more - see our social media links on our website.How to Make a Better World, part 3
November 04, 2015 11:11 AM PST
We continue with our series (up till today, this series has been on our Blog Talk Radio host station - more below) "How to Make a Better World".
Today, Fernando Schlottmann, one of many in Germany who is intricately involved in "Resilience Pockets", joins Andrés Ginestet, Troy Mathisen, Robert C. (aka, Stash) and Kirk Spencer, the host of K WAVe 6 Radio to discuss this with us. Our show today has varied ways to look at the reasons we are the way we are, then some solutions are offered - especially on "Resilience Pockets", and what they are, then how to get involved.
To learn more about Andrés Ginestet, visit our "What's New" blog page dated, Thursday, October 29th, 2015. Once you read just some of the information provided there, you'll understand more of why Mr. Ginestet is our regular guest.
Feel free to contact any of us here at K WAVe 6 Radio via email at, firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's work together for a better world! We only have this one.
If you'd like to hear shows part 1 and part 2, you have three choices:
1. Visit our "What's New" blog page at K WAVe 6 Radio and page down to find each show. There is a media player embedded in blog page, so you can listen from the blog page;
2. Visit our Blog Talk Radio page and look for the show titles in our archives - our shows are on Wednesdays;
3. You can wait until they air here next week!
"Somebody, Fix It, PLEASE!"
October 20, 2015 12:11 PM PDT
This podcast is an audio presentation from a recently posted blog on Wordpress.
Here is a bit of that blog:
The one thing about social media is, we get to know the thoughts and desires of people. We post pictures ranging from our pets, children, funny things, sad things, what we’re doing, and the things that make us happy, sad or angry. Quite often, people just complain about what isn’t right with something, usually the government, including the leader of some government. We complain, we yell, we bit_h and moan about what someone is or is not doing, then we point the proverbial finger at those we say should do something… then we stop for a while… waiting for someone to do something, just because we’ve made our complaint known. When nothing changes, we start the process of complaining all over again. At times I wonder if we as a people ever learn anything, especially from our own mistakes and short-comings.
This podcast was created mostly for those who don't like to read, or don't have the time - either way, we hope you get the message, then join us!
Here is the link to the blog: https://thoughtsforgrowth.wordpress.com/2015/10/20/somebody-fix-it-please/Climate and Natural Law, with Ben Davidson and Troy Mathisen
September 03, 2015 01:03 PM PDT
Today's show was initially planned to be about climate, climate change and the "Electric Universe", which we did, but we took an unexpected turn which turned out to be very interesting!
We started with the "Climate Chaos in 500 days" that was announced by the French Foreign Minister and John Kerry the U.S. Secretary of Defence last year, then we made a smooth transition to natural law, then returned to climate changes and a few other related topics.
Our conversation with Ben Davidson, of Suspicious 0bservers is also an attorney, coupled with Troy Mathisen, a polymath with a focus on electricity and frequencies, turned the conversation smoothly into a discussion on Natural Law. Troy spoke about his involvement in national and international law and what should take place and how it can unfold.
This is one show that you'll love, especially if you're interested in these two subjects.
As always, your feedback is welcome - email@example.com
We ran out of bandwidth on day four of this podcast, so if you can't play or download this show, visit our YouTube archive to listen: https://youtu.be/1nCnA9itvLM
K WAVe 6 Radio varies from podcast's to live broadcast's (visit our website for more information) which provides thoughts and views from its host and founder, Kirk Spencer, to guest interviews.
Our programming usually ranges from a half hour to two hour long solo views, or interviews with persons of various backgrounds who almost always help us to see life differently.
The interviews and thoughts shared here and in our live shows are sometimes serious, and sometimes comical, but always conversational and very interesting!
Kirk a guy that has seen and lived a great deal. He looks to SHARE some of his experiences and those of others that can help anyone interested - never forceful, but always open! Our world is determined to focus on all of the things that divide us, but he'd rather focus on what will unite us, starting with the way we think. Let us hear from you as well! All the best!
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