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Hoagland Update

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission shared updates on space-related topics. He said he is beginning to think that Saturn's moon Iapetus may have been heavily modified by carbon nanotubes, rather than being artificially made in its...

Ed Dames Scores a Hit?

Apr 13, 2009

Was today's 8.7 earthquake in Indonesia a "hit" for remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames? Back on his Jan. 1, 2005 appearance on the show, he said there would be a 9+ quake in Indonesia in March 2005. The map on the left (click for larger) shows the...

Space Elevator Contest

Apr 13, 2009

Taking a cue from the X-prize, NASA has set aside $400,000 over the next two years for competitions to encourage the development of a Space Elevator -- the combination of a light-powered robotic climber and a thin 62,000 mile long tether. The Space...

Space Patrol

Apr 13, 2009

In the second hour, author Jean-Noel Bassior, talked about her book Space Patrol, which chronicles the early sci-fi TV series. Space Patrol was a live "space opera" broadcast by a local Los Angeles TV station in 1950. The 15-minute daily serial was...

Haunted Cemetery?

Apr 13, 2009

While scouting out a Tarpon Springs, FL cemetery for potential paranormal activity, Brandy Stark snapped this photo (click for larger). She reported that the temperature was in the 60's and no mist was visible at the time.

Glow of Distant Worlds

Apr 13, 2009

A new technique has allowed scientists to see the glow of two extrasolar planets for the first time.The two Jupiter-sized bodies, which each orbit around a different star, were recently detected in infrared light. The artist's rendering on the left, by...

Hairy Stone & 'Satanic' Turtle

Apr 13, 2009

Two recent news items caught our eye. First off, is a stone with long white 'hair' that is currently on exhibit in China. Though the hair looks more realistic than, say one of Andy Warhol's wigs, scientists say it's actually sea plants. Meanwhile in...

Mammoth Display

Apr 13, 2009

A frozen mammoth, believed to have lived around 18,000 years ago, has just gone on exhibit at the World Expo in Japan. The head, tusks and front leg are preserved inside a giant refrigerator, in what is being called the most successful excavation and...

The Bible & UFOs

Apr 13, 2009

Presbyterian minister and author, Dr. Barry Downing, believes the Bible was inspired by extraterrestrials who traveled to earth in flying saucers. In his book, The Bible and Flying Saucers, Downing speculates that the pillar of cloud and fire which led...

I Was A Zombie

Apr 13, 2009

On May 2, 1962, Clairvius Narcisse was declared dead by two physicians at the Albert Schweitzer Hospital in Deschapelles, Haiti. Narcisse's body was identified by his sister, Angelina, and buried the next day in a small cemetery near their village.

Proverbs About Luck

The concept of luck has been viewed differently across time and cultures. Here are a number of proverbs that illustrate the variation.

Global Visions

Apr 13, 2009

Father Wingate posted a new set of global predictions on his website, dated February 16, 2005. Among the items he foresees are, another tsunami hitting Asia, an earthquake in Pakistan causing damage to a chemical plant, and a coal mine fire in the US or...

Hemp History

Using cannabis as a medical treatment dates back thousands of years. But the plant has also been employed for many other purposes. For instance, one of the earliest known woven fabrics was said to be made of hemp. More recently, the original Levi jeans...

George Noory Montage

Apr 13, 2009

Coast listener Paul Van Scott sends us his photo montage of George Noory composed entirely of UFO related imagery. View here.

Sounds of a Quake

Kamasami Kong writes: On Sunday, September 5th, 2004, a big quake hit Osaka. It was a ~relatively~ small one compared to the Great Hanshin Earthquake that hit us (in Kobe) about 10-years ago, in 1995.

Open Letter from Art

Art Bell responds to his critics regarding 9-11 conspiracy theories in an open letter to his listeners: "Just so there is no confusion about my position, let me please state for the record, I DO NOT believe that President Bush ordered or authorized the...

New Neanderthal Skeleton

Apr 13, 2009

Anthropologists have created the first full-body reconstruction of a Neanderthal. It was pieced together using 70,000 year-old bones from a specimen in France and 60,000 year-old fragments from a skeleton discovered in Israel. One of the biggest...

Letters from Serial Killers

Apr 13, 2009

First hour guest, actress Amanda Swisten (pictured) has had a long standing interest in abnormal psychology. A year and a half ago she received an unsolicitedletter from a convicted serial killer which began a correspondence between them. The death row...

The Art of Money

The American artist J.S.G. Boggs has become known for his artwork which closely resembles currency. Rather than sell his creations, he attempts to use these bills to pay for goods and services.

Presentation Images

Apr 13, 2009

Jonathan Zap has sent us three images related to his presentation—two paintings from a Carl Jung book and a movie still. Click here to view.

A New Hubble?

Apr 13, 2009

While NASA appears to be scrapping the funding for a costly manned or robotic repair mission for the Hubble Telescope, a new option has arisen. Dubbed the "third way," the Hubble Origins Probe (pictured) is a proposed lightweight space telescope...

9/11 Conspiracy?

Conspiracy theorists claim a photo taken by Rob Howard and published in New York magazine shows an 'extra' object underneath the fuselage at the base of the right wing.

An Egg's Tail

Apr 13, 2009

An egg with an unusual appendage has been found in China. Chef Wang of Anyang city, Henan province discovered the egg, which is normal size, but has a 3cm long tail. According to the Dahe Daily, it is not known why the egg has a tail, or what will come...

TR-3B Black Triangle

Apr 13, 2009

Some believe the above photo shows a top secret U.S. Air Force vehicle - The TR-3B Black Triangle - performing maneuvers over Belgium. According to rumors, the TR-3B uses an advanced gravity-defying propulsion system partially derived from...

Around the World

Apr 13, 2009

Steve Fossett and the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer completed their 23,000-mile journey, successfully landing back at the starting point in Salina, Kansas on Thursday afternoon. Initially, the mission seemed in jeopardy when the team detected a fuel loss of...

Invisibility Breakthrough?

Apr 13, 2009

Cloaking may not be just for Romulans anymore. A new theoretical development appears to be paving the way for invisibility technology that was formerly in the domain of science-fiction. The concept, proposed by two scientists at the Univ. of Pennsylvania,...

Last Night

Jamie Bartlett spoke about radical groups and future trends. Bruce Maccabee analyzed a historic UFO sighting. Cheryl Costa discussed UFO data.

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