Thursday guest Marc Cushman shares this "film trim" which came from the editing room floor at Star Trek ...
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In the first half, one of the pioneers of cryonics, Bob Nelson discusses the science behind the theory that people can be frozen immediately after their death and brought back to life at some later date. He'll share the often disastrous stories that ultimately landed him in the middle of a lawsuit after the comedy of errors and mistakes made while trying to freeze people for later resurrection. Followed by Open Lines.
In the first half, advocate for protecting America's power grid, Peter Pry, shared updates about preventing damage from EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attacks and solar flares.
In the latter half, television writer and historian Marc Cushman discussed the emergence of the TV drama genre during the 1960s with such shows as I Spy, The Twilight Zone, and Star Trek, as well how TV content has changed over the years.
This week on the internet TV show "Beyond Belief" George Noory's guests are Kelly S. Jones, who explains how aligning inner and outer Feng Shui with astrology can help harmonize our living and working, and Steve Kates "Dr. Sky" talking about astronomical phenomena. Sign up for 10 days free at beyondbelief.com and enjoy hours of fascinating past shows.