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Tom Blees

Biography:

Tom Blees leads an adventurous life, and in doing so, he and his wife founded a charitable organization to provide safe water supplies to villagers in Central America. In the course of fundraising to launch the project, he happened upon some little-known technologies that he realized could havea profound global impact if used properly. After nearly a decade of research, and working hand-in-hand with the scientists who developed its core, Tom authored ‘Prescription for the Planet’; his book explains a vision to dramatically improve the lives of people around the world while restoring our planet's health.

Past Shows:

Search for Bigfoot

Three experts in the field of cryptozoology (Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum, Daniel Perez, & Loren Coleman) discussed the latest findings and theories in the search for Bigfoot, in separate one-hour appearances. First hour guest, researcher Tom Blees talked about nuclear energy issues. He spoke in favor of the Integral Fast Reactor, a design for a nuclear reactor originally developed at Argonne National Laboratories that offered enhanced safety measures, seismic resistance, and the ability to burn nuclear waste as fuel. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Energy Solutions & NDEs

In the first half of the show, Dannion & Kathryn Brinkley spoke about their near death experiences (NDEs). During the latter half of the program, researcher Tom Blees discussed energy solutions that might solve the world's environmental woes. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Psychic Phenomena & ESP

Psychiatrist Dr. Diane Hennacy Powell discussed her work validating psychic abilities & ESP. First hour guest, author Tom Blees shared solutions for global problems related to energy and greenhouse gas emissions. ... More »

Host: George Noory

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