George Whitehurst Berry Interviews Jane Gyorgy and David John Oates on the Sedona Dreams Show

 th-39-1First Hour with Jane Gyorgy (oysterzone.org):

Jane Gyorgy separates fact from fiction in the government smear campaign to destroy the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm: oysterzone.org provides a forum which reveals a shocking pattern of government misconduct and lies.

 Jane Gyorgy on the Sedona Dreams show 10/26/13: 

Second Hour with David John Oates (reversespeech.com): The Satanic Reversals: 

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John McCain’s Satanic Reversal says, “Sell, Satan, Sell.”.

 

 

 

George Whitehurst Berry Interviews Patricia Unterman on the Financial News Network Show!

George Whitehurst Berry interviewed Patricia Unterman on the Financial News Network show on 10/25/13.p-street

51BIKjy21mL._SY344_PJlook-inside-v2,TopRight,1,0_SH20_BO1,204,203,200_Patricia Unterman is CoOwner of the famous Hayes Street Grill in San Francisco , Best Selling Author, internationally respected Food Critic, Locavore, and founding board member of the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market in San Francisco, a market devoted to sustainable agriculture.

Patricia discusses the vital importance of LOCAL, sustainable, food production of which the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm is an essential part:

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George Whitehurst Berry Interviews Organic Locavore Kevin Lunny on the Sedona Dreams Show on 10/5/13, and again on the Financial News Network Show on 10/18/13

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Organic Locavore Kevin Lunny discusses his fight to save the historic Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm (Here).  

 

 Interview on the Sedona Dreams show 10/05/13: 

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cert_salmoncert_animal_welfare  Organic Locavore Kevin Lunny discusses his many awards and recognition for environmental stewardship, and how this recognition was later CENSORED in the Witch Hunt to destroy the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm. The interview begins in the second hour, after Frances Newton:  


 

George Whitehurst Berry Interviews Marine Biologist Joe Mueller on the Financial News Network Show on 10/11/13, and again on the Sedona Dreams Show on 10/12/13

Joe Mueller, Marine Biologist at Marin College, says that the idea that shutting down the family-owned Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm will add nitrogen to the environment is “pure hokum” - and that the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm’s oysters provide ZERO benefits to the environment. He also says there never were many oysters in Drake’s Bay in times past. (Mueller’s claim that there never were many oysters in Drake’s Bay is directly contradicted by the scientific evidence of Dr. Corey Goodman):

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Mueller accuses Organic Locavore Kevin Lunny of using creosote (not found) and farming “invasive” Manila Clams (Manila Clams, although not native, are NOT classified as “invasive”).:

George Whitehurst Berry again interviews Joe Mueller on  the Sedona Dreams show on 10/12/13: 

Field Notes from Point Reyes National Seashore

“The new protected area was unlike any other national park before — or since. Point Reyes ranchers and dairymen had been opposed to the park, so Congress crafted a compromise to allow them to stay. The federal government would buy out the farmers and then lease the land back to them so they could continue their agricultural traditions. Point Reyes National Seashore would strike a balance between recreation, wilderness preservation, and pastoral land use.

This arrangement continues today. More than two million people visit the park every year. What they find there is an eclectic landscape of fog-shrouded and moss-hung forests, pristine beaches, wind-swept dunes, tidal estuaries … and miles of open rangeland grazed by cows and some chickens. While the park’s northern and southern sections at Tomales Point and Inverness Ridge are designated as wilderness, the interior of park (about one third of the park’s 71,000 acres) is what’s called the “pastoral zone.” It is a working landscape of (mostly organic) dairies and ranches that supply milk, butter, and meat to Northern Californians.” : (Here)

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George Whitehurst Berry Interviews Dr. Corey Goodman on the Sedona Dreams Show —– Joe Mueller Conspicuously Absent When Invited to Debate Dr. Goodman

th-48 Dr. Goodman Reveals a Shocking Pattern of Big Government Coverups, Lies, & Fabrications of Evidence in the Witch Hunt to destroy the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm!  

We must ask the question – as Rome’s greatest orator, Marcus Tullius Cicero did –

“Cui bono?” :  (Here)

 

If the NPS has such a strong case, why are they resorting to pseudoscience?(Here)  

Why are they portraying these people as destroyers of the environment?: (Here)

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In a rational, thoroughly professional and thoroughly researched step by step scientific approach, Dr. Corey Goodman dismantled the  cease and desist order - &  NPS  claims that few oysters ever existed in the Drake’s Bay area – claims which were sent to Sedona Dreams by Professor of Marine Biology at Marin College Joe Mueller.

George Whitehurst Berry interviewed Joe Mueller on the Financial News Network Show on 10/11/13:

Joe Mueller, Marine Biologist at Marin College, said that the idea that shutting down the family-owned Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm will add nitrogen to the environment is “pure hokum” - and that the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm’s oysters provide ZERO benefits to the environment. He also said there never were many oysters in Drake’s Bay in times past.:

http://sedonadreams.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/FNN-Joe-Mueller11.mp3

 

George Whitehurst Berry also interviewed Joe Mueller the following evening on the Sedona Dreams show on 10/12/13:

The following evening,  George Whitehurst Berry again interviewed Joe Mueller on  the Sedona Dreams show on 10/12/13, where Mueller defended the NPS position that the family-owned Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm must be destroyed. Mueller again accused Organic Locavore Kevin Lunny of harming the environment with creosote and “invasive” Manila Clams:

 

goodman-photo-large-copy1 George Whitehurst Berry interviewed Judith Jubb in the first hour of the Sedona Dreams show on 10/19/13.

George interviewed Dr. Corey Goodman in the second hour:

Dr. Goodman revealed a shocking pattern of Government Lies, Distortions and Fabrications in the cease and desist order & NPS claims, and provided scientific evidence directly contradicting Joe Mueller’s claims. : 

Joe Mueller was conspicuously absent when invited by Sedona Dreams to debate Dr. Goodman on 10/19/13. 

West Coast Oyster War Update: Park Service Reprimanded by the National Academy of Sciences and the Department of the Interior’s Office of the Solicitor

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EXCERPTS FROM THE DBOC BRIEF TO THE NINTH CIRCUIT (Rehearing Petition)

 

First Paragraph of DBOC Brief

“Before it became obsessed with destroying the only oyster farm in Point Reyes National Seashore, the National Park Service had for many decades supported the oyster farm, as did local environmental groups and the community at large. The oyster farm and the surrounding cattle ranches provide the agricultural heritage the Seashore was created to protect. When Congress was considering legislation that became the 1976 Point Reyes Wilderness Act (“1976 Act”), wilderness proponents “stressed a common theme: that the oyster farm was a beneficial pre-existing use that should be allowed to continue notwithstanding the area’s designation as wilderness.” (Op. 40 (Watford, J., dissenting).) To this day, modern environmentalists and proponents of sustainable agriculture praise Drakes Bay as a superb example of how people can produce high-quality food in harmony with the environment.”

 

Park Service Sustained Vendetta Against Drakes Bay

Since 2005, for reasons that remain a mystery, the Park Service has changed position and sustained a vendetta against the oyster farm. The Park Service has been reprimanded by the National Academy of Sciences, which in 2009 found that the Park Service had “selectively presented, over-interpreted, and misrepresented the available scientific information”, and by the Solicitor’s Office of the Department of the Interior, which in 2011 found “bias” and “misconduct” in the evaluation of harbor-seal data.”

 

Footnote # 6 (Excerpt) – Secretary Salazar Admitted – DBOC Not Told Farm to Shut Down, Renewal Clause Not to be Honored

Although, as the Secretary recognized, Drakes Bay received the Park Service’s legal analysis only after it purchased the oyster farm (ER 120, see ER 180, ¶64), the majority mistakenly asserted that “Drakes Bay purchased the oyster farm with full disclosure” and that “the only reasonable expectation Drakes Bay could have had at the outset was that such a closure was very likely”. (Op. 36-37.) This mistake controlled the majority’s review of the equities.”

 

Park Service Reprimanded by the National Academy of Sciences and the Department of the Interior’s Office of the Solicitor

Here a federal agency has behaved so badly that it has been reprimanded by the National Academy of Sciences and the Solicitor’s Office for misconduct, and by Congress for misinterpreting the law. Despite these reprimands, the agency continued to make false scientific statements and insist on the very misinterpretation Congress overrode. Courts should provide a remedy whenever an agency bases its action on false statements and acts in disobedience of a Congressional directive. And yet the majority held that courts lack jurisdiction to determine whether this type of agency action was arbitrary, capricious, or an abuse of discretion. This holding is wrong. Congress could not have intended to allow an agency to disobey a statute, or to base permit decisions on false statements, and yet be immune from judicial review. Nor could Congress have intended that a court would have jurisdiction to review an agency’s discretionary decision for everything except abuse of discretion. En banc rehearing is needed.”

 

Park Service Misconduct Raises Significant Legal Principle – Is the Park Service Above the Law and Beyond Accountability?

“The decision could potentially prohibit courts from considering whether agencies were arbitrary and capricious or abused their discretion in countless decisions granting or denying ordinary permits.”

 


 

 

Sedona Dreams Show Saturday, October 19th 2013 Featured Two Distinguished Guests

The Sedona Dreams Show from 9 to 11:00 P.M. Pacific Time on the Truth Frequency Radio Network featured two distinguished Guests. Joe Mueller, when invited to debate Dr. Goodman, was conspicuously absent.

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First Hour: Judith Jubb discussed scientific research measuring the effects of Subtle Energy: (Here)

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Second Hour:

 Dr. Corey Goodman discussed scientific evidence he says contradicts  Joe Mueller’s claims about Drake’s Bay and the Drake’s Bay Oyster Farm.

The Point Reyes National Seashore, of which Drake’s Bay is a part, hosts 2.6 Million+ visitors per year: (Here)

 About Dr. Corey Goodman: “Corey is the recipient of many honors including the Alan T. Waterman Award from the National Science Board, the Canada Gairdner Biomedical Award, the March-of-Dimes Prize in Developmental Biology, the Reeve-Irvine Research Medal, and just this year, the Trinity College Dublin Dawson Prize in Genetics*.”

 Judith Jubb’s ability to direct subtle energy – documented by scientific instruments – baffles scientists: “The CCD cameras system picked up waves of faint light emissions — corresponding to a far-infrared wavelength of 8628 nm. Judith had an excellent ability to control her emanations, says Tania. “A sudden vanishing of peaks correlated with her informing us, ‘I’m shifting frequencies now and am passing through a vacuum state.’” As soon as she left her ‘vacuum state’, the infra red signals returned.The scientists have also re-examined Dr. Yan Xin’s data and found evidence of large energy peaks, detected by the Raman spectrometer, resulting from long-wave far-infrared light waves — just like those of Judith Jubb.“The most interesting point about the peak in the Raman spectrum generated by Dr. Yan is that it makes no physical sense,” says Tania.” 

 Interviews 10/19/13 on the Sedona Dreams show: 

 

Drake’s Bay Oyster Company: Big Environmentalists Pick On American Family Farm

1.thumbnail ”The Drake’s Bay issue is one I’ve largely ignored, but after meeting Kevin Lunny on my own, as I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, and then trying to look at the situation from both sides, it’s hard not to side with Kevin’s little company. It’s the perfect David versus Goliath story, and it’s not hard to figure out who’s who.” : (Here)

Update – West Coast Oyster War: Joe Mueller Responds to Kevin Lunny, Owner of Drake’s Bay Oyster Company

Drakes Estero aerial_RCProfessor of Marine Biology Joe Mueller, recipient of the prestigious Twillinger Award, will appear on the Sedona Dreams show on 10/12/13, 9 to 10:00 P.M. Pacific Time & respond to the 10/5/13 interview of Locavore & Organic Grass- Fed Beef producer,  Kevin Lunny.

Dr. Corey Goodman will appear on the Sedona Dreams show on 10/19/13 to challenge Joe Mueller’s claims made on the 10/12/13 show. Joe Mueller is invited to be on the show with Dr. Goodman, and respond to Dr. Goodman’s evidence.

Manila Clams:  (Here)

 

 

 

 

 

Meanwhile, On the East Coast: Helping to Save Chesapeake Bay, One Oyster at a Time

Chpk-Oysters-002 ”The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States, jutting deep into the coast between Maryland and Virginia. For centuries these waters teamed with abundant wildlife and various fisheries made up the bulk of the local economy – the oyster industry not least of them. In the mid-1980s a combination of overfishing, disease, and pollution dealt a near deathblow to the oyster population.”

“Oysters clean the bay by filtering excess nutrients such as nitrogen. These nutrients are commonly found in fertilizers. When it rains, the nutrients run into the bay. Oysters and clams are one of the only methods of removing these non-point source pollutants (meaning they don’t come from an identifiable source like a factory or drainage pipe).

The nutrients in and of themselves are not toxins. However, they throw off the ecosystem of the Bay and can cause toxic algae blooms such as Red Tides. ” :  (Here)  and (Here)

 

FAQ’s About Drakes Bay Oyster Co.

th-38 :”According to various Federal agencies, NOAA, the Army Corp of Engineers, and others, oysters provide valuable ecological services to a marine environment, such as improving water quality. Oysters help waterways by eating algae, filtering out particulates and excess nutrients, and creating habitat for other organisms to thrive. One oyster can filter more than 50 gallons of water in 24 hours.” : (Here)

The West Coast Oyster War – The campaign to shut down a family oyster farm exposes an unflattering side of the American conservation movement

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  “Kevin Lunny, the oysterman in question, grew up on Point Reyes, the grandson of a rancher. He stuck with the family business, and when the food movement boomed he was well-suited and well-situated for the times. His livestock were the first certified-organic beef cattle in Marin County, and today you can buy Lunny Ranch grass-fed, organic beef in the area’s Whole Foods markets. He sits on the board of the local organic-producers’ association, earned an award from the Society of Rangeland Management for best practices in California, and, in 2004, with an eye on expanding the family business for his children and grandchildren, bought the oyster farm from an aging neighbor.”  : (Here)

“… removing ranchers and all grazing farm animals from the Channel Islands to return the islands to wilderness,… has caused non-native species to overgrow the native, with chest high non-native fennel … ”

About Drakes Bay Oyster Company

Oyster farming in Drakes Estero, located in Point Reyes, Marin County, has been part of the region’s history for nearly 100 years. The Lunnys, a fourth-generation ranching family, purchased Drakes Bay in 2004 to revive a historical part of the local community and ensure the continued environmental health of Drakes Estero.  Drakes Bay currently employs nearly 30 community members, and farms sustainably in Drakes Estero, producing approximately one-third of all oysters in California: (Here)

THE ROLE OF SHELLFISH IN DRAKES BAY

“Clean water has been called the lifeblood of the shellfish industry. Perhaps less well known is the critical role that shellfish play in keeping clean the very waters in which they live. Shellfish perform functions in the coastal ecosystem similar to the role that kidneys play helping to filter and regulate the flow of blood in the human body” : (Here)

Science shows oyster farm doesn’t harm the estero’s ecology

“JOE MUELLER’S July 31 Marin Voice column (“Doing what’s right for the ecology”)  is surprisingly devoid of facts. Almost everything in his column is contradicted by the scientific literature on Drakes Estero. Mueller says oysters rob nutrients from marine wildlife. But a series of studies from UC Davis found just the opposite — marine invertebrates and fish are thriving in Drakes Estero.” : (Here)

A comprehensive Complaint detailing serial scientific misconduct was filed on 3/4/2013 with Dr. John Holdren, the President’s Science Advisor (and architect of President Obama’s Scientific Integrity Policy). The 150+ page Complaint addresses an “Enterprise of Misconduct” at three Federal agencies — the National Park Service (NPS), the US Geological Survey (USGS) and the Marine Mammal Commission (MMC) : (Here)

FAQ’s About Drakes Bay Oyster Co. :  (Here)  

War on Oyster Science - Watchdog accuses Interior Department of misusing and politicizing science : (Here)

However, the Government finds “no evidence of wrongdoing” by the Government, or by “independent” companies PAID by the Government:  (Here)

 

Can Oysters Combat Nitrogen Pollution?

th-38“…restoring about 1,300 acres of oyster reef would be about the same as building a state-of-the-art water treatment plant. That may sound like a lot, but there are many thousands of acres in the Bay that could potentially support restored oyster reefs.

That result stirred considerable excitement. Under the Clean Water Act, communities must reduce the amount of nitrogen flowing into rivers and estuaries. Faced with the possibility of needing to build new water treatment facilities at the cost of hundreds of millions of dollars to get into compliance with the law, the idea of using oysters instead may well make economic and ecological sense.”  (Here)