Adam welcomes Daniel Smith of Project Green Life, to discuss his bouts with Wikipedia editors, who have allowed, if not encouraged, a very clear negative bias in reporting on MMS. Then he resumes his conversation with Wil Spencer, on the controversy he sparked while helping people in the Gulf Coast. (
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