Believed to be the final resting place of over a million people, Rookwood, Australia's oldest and largest cemetery, comes alive each year as it plays host to a sculpture showcase known as 'Hidden'... More.
Blast from the Past Audio
This week our 2 free audio clips are from Sept. 2005, when Trevor Marriot talked about potential suspects in the Jack the Ripper slayings, and Dr. Simeon Hein discussed manmade crop circles. As a CoastZone subscriber (our free e-newsletter), you can receive links to the new clips every Wednesday.
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David Brin is a scientist, futurist and best-selling author as well as a leading commentator on modern trends. He'll discuss a wide range of topics including his work with NASA, managing resources on Earth in preparation for colonizing space, SETI, transhumanism, alien life forms, the state of science-fiction, and what we should be reading in order to prepare for the future ahead.
In the first hour, media analyst and political activist Mark Dice will react to the news that a Satanic group wants to distribute an activity book to Florida schoolchildren.
In an effort to learn more about the origins of the 2,000-year-old Antikythera mechanism, believed to be the world's oldest computer, marine archaeologists are, ironically, utilizing technology that looks like it came from the distant future: the Exosuit diving system.
This week on the internet TV show "Beyond Belief," George Noory's guests are Paul Smith, who'll share secrets of remote viewing, and inspiring health crusader Patricia Bragg. Sign up for 10 days free at beyondbelief.com and enjoy hours of fascinating past shows.