Gregg Braden is a world-renown author and public speaker. He has written more than 20 books, many of which have made it to the top of the New York Time's best-selling list.Continue Reading
Gregg Braden is an American author that was born in 1954. He has held many different careers throughout his life such as being a geologist, computer designer, activist, public speaker and as an author. His thoughts are said to be revolutionary because he sees things differently than the average person. He has written novels about everything from God to beauty, to time and space.
Braden is most famous for suggesting that human DNA would change if changes occurred in the Earth's gravitational pull. He has also been known to say that communal prayer can help to change the physical aspects of someone's DNA. He believes that someone who is suffering from a hereditary illness can be cured with the power of prayer. Millions of Americans go to hear Braden speak every year. They are interested to hear what he has to say and why he believes what he believes. Braden has scientific evidence that he feels back his claims and has worked with many scientists to try to discover the ins and outs of the universe.Learn more about Crime
SNAP fraud occurs when individuals lie to obtain benefits or receive more than they are entitled to, exchange benefits for cash and when disqualified retailers lie to re-enter the program. In 2012, the Office of the Inspector General devoted more than 50 percent of investigative resources to prevent such fraud.Full Answer >
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To report fraud to the IRS, go to the IRS website. Once there, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click Tax Fraud and Abuse, Tax Scams-How to Report Them and then How to Report Suspected Tax Fraud Activity. Determine the type of fraud, then download and fill out the appropriate form, states the IRS.Full Answer >
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