August 28, 2001

A human skeleton was found in Washington State in 1996, and was at first believed to be a man who had lived during the 19th Century. Archaeologist James Chatters studied the skeleton, and discovered that it was truly 95-hundred years old. Chatters joins Todd to talk about the remains, called Kennewick Man. His book is "Ancient Encounters: Kennewick Man and the First Americans".

Carbon dioxide contributes to global warming, and other problems. Senior scientist at Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Peter Brewer, is focusing on a safe way to dispose of the gas. He explains how carbon dioxide could be pumped into the deep ocean and be absorbed.

Companies need branding and powerful marketing strategies to stay ahead of the competition. Ziba Design is a company that assists companies with branding and product development. Its founder, Sohrab Vossoughi, talks with Todd about corporate branding, and why it's important.