Michael Badnarik is the 2004 Libertarian Presidential Candidate. He went to Indiana University in Bloomington and began his career as a computer programmer at nuclear power plants in Illinois. He moved to California and was granted a secret security clearance to work on the Stealth Bomber simulator. Following changes to California Gun laws, Badnarik moved to Texas where he worked as a senior trainer for Evolutionary Technologies International for nearly four years. He has volunteered with the Red Cross and has worked as a Scoutmaster.
Badnarik essentially came out of nowhere to win the Libertarian nomination for President. He was not considered one of the top two front-runners; Hollywood producer Aaron Russo and radio talk show host Gary Nolan. However Badnarik must have made quite an impression on the delegates at the convention as the vote-count in the runoff between he and Russo was very close.
Saturday's main guest, remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed North Korea's nuclear capabilities, a coming global economic collapse, the "Killshot," as well as a new breakthrough in remote viewing.Dames is certain "the next use of a nuclear weapon will be on the Korean peninsula." He said the detonation of this nuclear device will usher us into World War III. According to Dames, the world will not remain at war. A series of solar flares he calls the "Killshot" will hit earth causing widespread destruction, and put an end to the fighting. Dames is currently working on remote viewing the reconstruction period afterward.Dames also announced a breakthrough in remote viewing that allows the viewer to obtain precise geographic coordinates -- within 50 feet of the target. He said this proprietary system is currently being tested on a cold case involving a missing girl and a treasure hunt in the southwestern United States. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Saturday's main guest, author Maurice Cotterell revealed that the 28-day Sun cycle regulates fertility on Earth and determines the personality of developing fetuses in the womb. This explains (as astrology claims) why people born in the same period have similar personality traits. ... More »Host: Art Bell