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The SolGen Project

Tonight's guest, Sir Charles Shults, sent us some images and videos related to his solar power energy research. Seen here is the SolGen Project, a ten-lense system designed to convert sunlight into steam energy.

The Wrath of Ike

Hurricane Ike slammed into Galveston early Saturday morning with winds in excess of 100 mph. The Category 2 storm pushed a surge of water that flooded coastal and low-lying areas, and its ferocious winds blew out office-building windows in downtown Houston. Millions of people were left without power. View photos of Ike's aftermath at chron.com.

Ike Slams Texas

Gigantic Hurricane Ike made landfall on the Texas Coast early on Saturday morning. The area was under a mandatory evacuation order, and floodwaters began crashing into Galveston on Friday. The National Weather Service issued a grave warning of "certain death" to residents of Galveston Island who refused to flee. You can track Ike at Stormpulse.com, view live video at KHOU.com, as well as get complete multimedia coverage of the storm at FOXNews.com.

9-11 Memorial Artifacts

As we remember the 9-11 victims on this anniversary,a temporary Tribute Center across from Ground Zero features photos and relics from the WTC attacks. In a huge hangar at JFK Airport are larger objects, such as burned out fire trucks and steel columns. These artifacts will be placed in the World Trade Center Museum when it opens in 2011. For a look inside the hangar, check out this video and report from CBS News.

CERN Tests Begin

The Large Hadron Collider at CERN passed its first key tests today, firing two proton beams in opposing directions around a 17-mile underground ring. Scientists hope to use the collider to recreate the conditions a split second after the Big Bang. Click here for more on today's experiments.

Spotlight on MILABS

Military abductions (MILABS) have reportedly been conducted on alien abductees to learn what happened to them, or as part of a CIA mind control program. According to the UFO Encyclopedia, such abductions may also indicate the U.S. military is cooperating with aliens in their monitoring of humans. For more, see this article by Helmet Lammer Ph.D.

Green Polar Bears

Three polar bears have turned green at a zoo in central Japan. The change in their fur color was due to swimming in a pond overgrown with algae. More here.

Ian Punnett Transcript

Saturday host of Coast to Coast AM, Ian Punnett was our special guest in Streamlink's Live Chat on Tuesday, August 26, 2008. Below are excerpts from the Q & A; members can view the entire transcript.windycityIan, any plans on bringing R. Gary Patterson back soon? Ian Punnett Gary can come back anytime. I thought of him often when May Pang was on talking about the time that she and John Lennon were watching that UFO.JennaKI loved May Pang. Makes you wonder what would have happened if Yoko hadn't gotten John back under her control.John the Baptist Ian, what has been your all time favorite interview so far? Ian Punnett Jim Marrs always comes to mind. I wish I had him on with George the other night. I really enjoyed the woman we had on a few weeks ago about extreme adventure sports transcending reality.Cali pi Ian, you have such a great rapport with Dean Koontz. You guys crack me up! Ian Punnett Oh, and Dean Koontz would

New Memory Study

For the first time, scientists have recorded specific brain cells in the act of recalling a memory. The study, conducted with epilepsy patients, revealed where a memory is stored, and how the brain goes about trying to recreate it. More at the New York Times.

Mel's Hole Art Exhibit

An art exhibit related to the tale of Mel's Hole is opening at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, CA on Saturday, Sept. 6th. Titled Aspects of Mel's Hole: Artists Respond to a Paranormal Event in Radiospace, the show has a variety of contributors including the visionary artist Paul Laffoley, whose work is pictured, left. View larger/more images.

Spotlight on Aspartame

An artificial sweetener, 180 times as sweet as sugar, aspartame was discovered by a G.D. Searle chemist in 1965. Marketed under such names as NutraSweet and Equal, it's used in some 6,000 foods and beverages around the world. The product has been the subject of controversy regarding its safety, and the way it was approved. For more, see this Wikipedia entry.

New 'Zodiac' Suspect

A Northern California man believes his deceased stepfather, Jack Tarrance, was the infamous Zodiac killer, and he's uncovered a possible murder weapon, and other evidence. The FBI is reportedly examining the material for DNA. For more, see this initial report from CBS 13, and their update. C2C had aroundtable discussion on the Zodiac killer last year.

Waiting for Gustav

Gulf Coast residents are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Gustav. Presently a Category 3 hurricane, the impending storm has caused a massive exodus from the region and is expected to start reaching land around dawn. You can follow the path of Gustav via Storm Pulse.

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