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Spinach Power

Apr 13, 2009

Move over Popeye; it's possible that within a decade our cell phones and laptops could be powered by spinach. New research coming out of MIT (in tandem with scientists from the Univ. of Tenn. and the U.S. Naval Research Lab.) indicates that a process...

John Mack 1929-2004

Apr 13, 2009

Psychiatrist and author John Mack was hit and killed by an auto in London on September 27th, 2004. The Harvard professor was considered a leading authority on the alien abduction experience, and authored two books on the subject, Passport to the Cosmos...

Viewing Toutatis

Apr 13, 2009

Astronomy journalist Dr. Sky briefly discussed viewing Toutatis, during the second half of Tuesday's first hour. Because of the bright Harvest Moon it will be difficult to view the asteroid. However, he said people in the Southern Hemisphere will have a...

Radio Ink Award

Apr 13, 2009

George Noory was the winner of Radio Ink's 2nd Annual Readers' Choice Awards in the Alternative Talk category. View the article.

Stardust Project

Apr 13, 2009

In January 2004, NASA's Stardust spacecraft successfully rendezvoused with comet Wild 2, collecting particles released from its surface and interstellar dust. The Stardust comet sample is scheduled to return to Earth in January 2006.Scott A. Sandford, a...

Hurricane Jeanne

Apr 13, 2009

Just weeks after Hurricane Frances slammed into Florida, another brutal storm is taking its toll on the sunshine state. Hurricane Jeanne, a powerful category 3 hurricane with sustained winds of 115 mph, made landfall near Stuart, FL late Saturday night....

Spotlight on: Ralph Nader

Apr 13, 2009

Inspiring a generation of activists, Ralph Nader came to national attention in 1965 with the publication of his book Unsafe at Any Speed, which documented how the auto industry resisted safety innovations. Later Nader came to be an outspoken critic of...

Are You Possessed?

Apr 13, 2009

In his 1972 book Satan is Alive and Well on Planet Earth Hal Lindsey offers a number of tips for "diagnosing demonic possession." Here is a rundown of some of his telltale signs:Occult Powers—"Be wary of those who have psychic powers," he writes. The...

Thermography & Sound

Apr 13, 2009

These heat thermography photos (view larger) were taken of Jonathan Goldman as he began (left) and finished (right) a set of vocal harmonics. Thermography measures changes in skin temperature and could indicate changes in brain activity. "It is my belief...

Mark Pinkham Images

Apr 13, 2009

In the ceremony pictured left (click for larger) is Mark Amaru Pinkham, KGCTpl - Worthy Fisher King, The International Order of Gnostic Templars. Check out these additional photos: Andrea Mikana-Pinkham, KGCTpl, Worthy Fisher Queen, The International...

Sounds of HAARP

Apr 13, 2009

Art played an audio recording of the actual sounds emanating from Project HAARP in Alaska. In case you missed it or want to hear it again, check out this free audio clip: Win | Real

Ebejeebies Episode 4

Apr 13, 2009

They're Baaack! Episode 4 of the comic Ebejeebies has just rolled in, courtesy of Mike Majestic, Jeff Lilly and vulnepro.com. Start here.

Sounds of HAARP

Apr 13, 2009

This past weekend Art Bell played an audio recording of the actual sounds emanating from Project HAARP in Alaska. In case you missed it or want to hear it again, check out this free audio clip: Win | Real

Earthquake Activity

Apr 13, 2009

Graphic shows recent earthquake activity in California and Nevada. Click for an enlargment.Graphic credit: Southern California Earthquake Data Center

Project Stormfury

Apr 13, 2009

Project Stormfury was an experimental program run by the US government from 1962 to 1983. The project's goal was to weaken hurricanes by seeding clouds in the eyewall of the storm with silver iodide. It was thought the silver iodide would cause...

Forecasting Volcanoes

Apr 13, 2009

During the first two hours of Friday's show, volcanologist Robert "R.B." Trombley, Ph.D., (swvrc.org) discussed volcanic activity around the world and his ERUPTION Pro 10.5 forecasting software. Trombley currently monitors 494 active volcanoes, which have...

Forecasting Earthquakes

Apr 13, 2009

Earthquake researchers are currently working on computer models that show how a quake in one region can increase or decrease the potential for earthquakes in surrounding regions. Using sophisticated computer simulations like the one pictured to the left,...

Fred Bell's Inventions

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured left is Fred Bell's holographic Projector."The first thing that will happen when wearing a Projector is your personal Universe will change," and the device will remove negative energies, he writes. In the second image (click for larger)we see one...

Ivan from Space

Apr 13, 2009

This photo (click for larger) shows Hurricane Ivan 230 miles above the Earth, as it churned in the Gulf of Mexico late Tuesday. It was taken by astronaut Edward M. (Mike) Fincke aboard the International Space Station.

Devereux Images

Apr 13, 2009

Paul Devereux, pictured in front of the Pyramid of the Sun atTeotihuacan (the mysterious, ruined 2000-year-old city in the Valley ofMexico), shares these earth and light images along with his captions (click on the titles to view the photos): Death...

The Future of Sound

Apr 13, 2009

Evan Schwartz has written about the battle shaping up between two competing technologies that both employ directional sound, in an article for Technology Review. This new type of audio delivery is able to beam sound into a narrow path, and eventually it...

Rainbow Trip

Apr 13, 2009

Enter the bizarre world of Rainbow Trip where anything can happen. To play, click on the strange parts of this multi-colored, psychedelic world and watch odd things happen. Be careful... it's a very addicting game.*This game requires Macromedia Flash...

Holland Entity

Apr 13, 2009

New images of the strange "extraterrestrial" entity photographed by Robbert van den Broeke, a medium in Holland, have surfaced. While some dismissed his past photos as a hoax, a skeptical Dutch TV crew was impressed when van den Broeke captured the...

Pumping Less Gas

Apr 13, 2009

Tonight's main guest, inventor Thomas Kasmer, claims his patented Hydristor, will double the gas mileage of SUVs. The name of his invention is a combination of the words "hydraulic" and "transistor." It is currently being tested with a couple of large...

Spotlight on Area 51

Apr 13, 2009

"I was standing on an alien engine the size of a Greyhound bus in an underground top secret Air Force base that doesn't officially exist," wrote tonight's guest David Adair in an article on his website. Adair, who as a teen was a rocket science prodigy,...

Edgar Cayce & Atlantis

Apr 13, 2009

The great American prophet Edgar Cayce is particularly known for his readings on the fabled civilization of Atlantis. According to an article from Fortean Times by Jack Romano, Cayce said electricity was discovered over 50,000 years ago by the Atlanteans,...

Roswell Media

Apr 13, 2009

Pictured is a still from an animation of the 1947 UFO crash in New Mexico which was said to take place during a severe thunderstorm. Also of interest are these entries from the Roswell Dig Diaries written by tonight's guests and others involved in the...

A Look at Sleep Paralysis

Apr 13, 2009

Sleep paralysis (SP) is a condition in which someone, just waking up or falling asleep, realizes they are unable to move. It is often accompanied by the sense of a malevolent presence in the room. Here is an excerpt from an article I wrote for After Dark...

UFO Expo Photos

Apr 13, 2009

Check out these photos taken by Dominique Rodriguez at the recent Bay Area UFO Expo.

Hurricane Frances

Apr 13, 2009

Only three weeks after Hurricane Charley pounded southwestern and central Florida, another vicious storm has taken its toll on the weary peninsula. Hurricane Frances, a powerful Category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 105 mph, uprooted trees, peeled...

Last Night

Author J.T. Townsend shared a new perspective on the Lindbergh baby kidnapping. First hour guest Greg Lawson talked about detecting the paranormal.

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