Howard Bloom has been called "next in a lineage of seminal thinkers that includes Newton, Darwin, Einstein,[and] Freud," by Britain's Channel4 TV, "the next Stephen Hawking" by Gear Magazine, and "The Buckminster Fuller and Arthur C. Clarke of the new millennium" by Buckminster Fuller's archivist. Bloom is the author of The Lucifer Principle: A Scientific Expedition Into the Forces of History ("mesmerizing"-The Washington Post), Global Brain: The Evolution of Mass Mind from the Big Bang to the 21st Century ("reassuring and sobering"-The New Yorker), The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism ("Impressive, stimulating, and tremendously enjoyable." James Fallows, National Correspondent, The Atlantic).
Bloom’s second book Global Brain was the subject of an Office of the Secretary of Defense symposium in 2010, with participants from the State Department, the Energy Department, DARPA, IBM, and MIT. Bloom is founder and head of the Space Development Steering Committee, a group that includes astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Edgar Mitchell (the sixth man on the moon), and members from the National Science Foundation and NASA. He has debated one-on-one with senior officials from Egypt's Moslem Brotherhood and Gaza's Hamas on Iran's global Arab-language Alalam TV News Network. He has also dissected headline issues on Saudi Arabia's KSA2-TV and on Iran's global English language Press-TV. And he has probed the untold story of the Syrian Civil War with Nancy Kissinger.
Coast to Coast AM expanded to five full hours of coverage, as the US 2016 election results continued to pour in, and Donald Trump's presidential victory became a reality. In the first hour, John Curtis, and Howard Bloom shared their commentary and analysis. Author and... More »Host: George Noory
On a festive Thanksgiving evening, George Noory welcomed surprise guests coming in through the Secret Door. In separate one-hour segments, we heard from the well-known voice of esoteric ideas, Mitch Horowitz, research physicist and author Stan Deyo, paranormal researcher
Various experts who have been on the front lines of the fight over vaccination discussed the medical and ethical arguments both for and against the use of vaccination, and the legal and medical implications of mandatory inoculations for all. Appearing in individual half-hour segments were research scholar Mary Holland,
Former NASA Chief Historian and Director of the NASA History Office, Steven J. Dick, discussed his fascination with astrobiology and extraterrestrial life, as well as the wide and varied implications that disclosure would have on religion, culture, and society.
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With 23 years of experience designing training for high-stress occupations, Marcus Wynne taught at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center as well as law enforcement and military academies. He discussed how he uses research in cognitive neuroscience to create his counter terrorism and security training programs
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In the first half, medical intuitive and clairvoyant Stewart Swerdlow shared insights into various phenomena, and forces that guide the world as we know it. He also talked about being "recruited" for the Montauk Project.
Cultural anthropologist and expert in indigenous cultures Bill Gladstone talked about being the lead researcher for Rod Serling's TV special In Search of Ancient Mysteries, as well as America's fascination with doomsday theories and whether the country was... More »Host: George Noory
Managing editor of World Net Daily, David Kupelian, and historian and law professor, Ronald Rychlak, discussed some of the most consequential yet largely unknown disinformation campaigns of our times.
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Ian Punnett was joined by journalist specializing in military affairs, Stephen Harding, for a discussion on how U.S. and German soldiers joined forces in the waning hours of World War II.
Joining John B. Wells in the first half, author Howard Bloom provided updates on vaccines and geopolitics. Next, homeopathic physician Andreas Bachmair shared his contention that vaccinations are dangerous and deadly.More » Host: John B. Wells
In the first half, Howard Bloom discussed his research into the nature of the universe and its creation of time, space, energy, and the human race.
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults discussed his work with alternative energy sources, the discovery of new extrasolar planets, the new rover which will land soon on Mars, and the concept of mind uploading into virtual worlds which could lead to a form of immortality.
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Authors Stan & Holly Deyo discussed possible cataclysmic Earth changes, and Hopi prophecy, which paints a bleak picture for the United States.
First hour guest, author Howard Bloom talked about the anti-Wall St.
Ian Punnett provided coverage of Hurricane Irene and spoke about the storm with several guests, including TV weatherman John Coleman, multi-disciplinary scientist Howard Bloom, Captain Kelly Sweeney, research physicist... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Multi-disciplinary scientist Howard Bloom joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on rethinking how capitalism works and the state of the U.S. economy.
Former professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University, Dr. Judy Wood discussed how the destruction of buildings in NYC on 9-11 was the result of directed energy technology, not planes, fire, thermite or bombs.
Guest host John B. Wells (email) spoke with scientist, filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda about his latest research on the Earth's pole shift and why the sunrise has been early, the bird die-off, quantum electro-dynamics, and 2012, as well as new children... More »Host: John B. Wells
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett hosted a night of Open Lines. Several callers phoned in to sound off on the new TSA search procedures. In the first hour, author Howard Bloom commented on various situations around the world.More » Host: Ian Punnett
Professor James McCanney argued for the urgent need for humans to colonize outer space, as he believes the survival of the species depends on it. Author Howard Bloom joined in the conversation for the latter half of the show. A founding member of the Space Development... More »Host: George Noory
Multi-disciplinary scientist Howard Bloom talked about his latest work proposing a next-generation of capitalism for western civilization, and how passion, persistence and desire are key factors in transforming society.
Incomparable storyteller Lionel Fanthorpe discussed hidden and lost treasures, as well as vampire lore & time slips. He also shared unusual & favorite stories.
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Author Howard Bloom talked about the cycles of economic collapse since the 1600s and how the present financial crisis may be solved. Regarding these recurring financial meltdowns that hit society, Bloom said "Every time it happens, the world is absolutely convinced that it has never seen anything like it before. And every single time, the world is wrong." He detailed such events... More »Host: Ian Punnett
A special evening featured four separate guests covering such topics as spy chips, ghosts, food & energy, and ancient Lemuria. In the first hour,privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht reported on how cell phones can be used to track people's locations without their consent. A cell phone sends out a location beacon every 15 minutes, but this can be subverted by turning your cell phone off,... More »Host: George Noory
A set of surprise guests joined us for one segment each in this special 4-hour program. In order of appearance: Dr. Betty Martini spoke about Hawaii's attempt to ban Aspartame. The sweetener is addictive, leaches serotonin from the brain, and is associated with mental illness such as bi-polar disorder, she reported. Investment advisorMish Shedlock warned of a full-blown recession and job... More »Host: George Noory
Clinical nutritionist and author of The Crazy Makers, Carol Simontacchi discussed the relationship between food and mental health. She pointed out that a direct causative relationship exists between the consumption of fruits and vegetables and depression and other mental disorders.More » Host: Ian Punnett
Guest host John B. Wells was joined by Global Brain author Howard Bloom for a discussion about how American social structure and bureaucracy limit collective intelligence and vision, and ultimately weaken the country.More » Host: John B. Wells
Futurist Alvin Toffler presented his thesis that we've entered the "Third Wave," in which a knowledge-based economy has replaced the industrial age.More » Host: George Noory
In a special night of coverage devoted to the Virginia Tech shootings, three early hours were presented before the regular show.More » Host: George Noory
Filling in for George, Ian Punnett welcomed clinical hypnotherapist and futurist John Jay Harper.More » Host: Ian Punnett
Various guests shared their research and views into what happened during the 9-11 attacks, and who was behind them.More » Host: George Noory
Multi disciplinary scientist Howard Bloom spoke about his new involvement with the space community as well as the state of NASA.More » Host: Art Bell
In the first half of the show, Howard Bloom shared his analysis of the Middle East situation, naming Iran and Saudi Arabia as being behind Hamas and Hezbollah in the Israeli conflict.More » Host: George Noory
In this special program, six guests addressed the controversial United Arab Emirates port deal, which would put Dubai Ports World in charge of running major US shipping ports. Maritime Master Capt. Kelly Sweeney suggested that the issue wasn't so much who owned the ports, but what security measures were being taken to ensure safety to Americans. He strongly believes we need increased Coast... More »Host: George Noory
Author Howard Bloom returned for a discussion on both Middle East issues as well as the green fuel revolution. We are in the midst of a 1,400 year-long global war with Islam, and Mohammed himself was a commander of numerous military expeditions, he noted.Though Bloom said he is a lifelong Democrat, he feels it is essential for the US to stay involved in Iraq and the Middle East.More » Host: Art Bell
Researcher Ryan S. Wood discussed several cases from his book Majic Eyes Only, a comprehensive investigation into 74 UFO crash incidents and subsequent military retrievals/cover-ups, based on evidence found in newspaper articles, eyewitness reports, and leaked Majestic documents.More » Host: George Noory
In a unique Evening of Commentary, six different guests appeared, each for a half-hour time slot. After a first hour of Open Lines, Steve Quayle joined the show to discuss earth changes and civil preparedness. A recent series of quakes in the San Joaquin Valley in California could indicate a dangerous situation, he said, noting that a geologist reported seeing lightning emanating from the... More »Host: George Noory
Ian Punnett welcomed author Howard Bloom, who shared his insights into Osama bin Laden and militant Islamic terrorism, as well as the recent London bombings, which he thinks could be a prelude to more attacks on America.In the first hour, Ian chatted with Mel Stuart, director of the 1971 children's film classic Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.More » Host: Ian Punnett
Paleopsychologist Howard Bloom talked about the continuing threat posed by militant Islam and the desire for democracy in the Middle East. "There has been the beginning of a velvet revolution in the Arab world," Bloom explained, as people in Islamic nations around the world have taken to the streets and demanded democracy. In some Islamic nations, such as Syria, participation in... More »Host: Art Bell
Paleopsychologist Howard Bloom discussed the science of cultural evolution and how pendulum swings between repression and expression can fuel creativity. Humanity is like the "compound eye" vision of an insect, he noted, with each person keying in on different elements of society. Bloom revealed he is not necessarily opposed to the notion of a one-world government, as he thinks... More »Host: George Noory
In a special six-hour broadcast George Noory hosted an array of C2C regulars who offered their commentary and analysis as the election results came in. "The democrats were an hour late and a dollar short," said spin expert John M. Curtis, who added that the election results point up the great divide in America... More »Host: George Noory
During the first half-hour, investigative journalist Bev Harris shared information she has uncovered about the possibility that voting tallies could be tampered with by computer hackers. Later in the hour, author Howard Bloom offered commentary on the recent Osama bin Laden... More »Host: George Noory
During Saturday evening's show, paleopsychologist Howard Bloom characterized the current situation in America's ongoing War on Terror as a "battle between two cultures." According to Bloom, Osama bin Laden's goal is to save unbelievers from corruption by converting them to Islam.More » Host: Art Bell
Author Howard Bloom returned to C2C discussing the nature of the soul, and the intersection of science and religion. The word soul has 23 definitions in the Oxford English Dictionary, Bloom reported, and he related the importance of the soul to one's passions (like in "soul music") which can be imprinted at an early... More »Host: George Noory
"Human beings are doom riders," said author and thinker Howard Bloom in his appearance on Wednesday's show. "We are masters of disaster, and if we fail to realize that, we're in trouble," he continued. While our planet is on the verge of various environmental catastrophes, Bloom argues that nature "throws us... More »Host: George Noory
Thinker Howard Bloom discussed the many selves within us. Hidden from the conscious mind, these selves can empower us and shackle us, sometimes simultaneously.More » Host: Barbara Simpson
Mass behavior expert Howard Bloom was the guest for the first half of Wednesday night's regular show, offering his analysis of how the war was being portrayed in the media. Ed and Kris Sherwood, internationally known Crop Circle researchers, were George's... More »Host: George Noory
Barbara's guest in her regular Saturday time slot was Alex Standish, who previously worked as the BBC's Balkans correspondent and currently reports on geopolitical, security and terrorism issues for janes.com. He spoke with her about the new generation of military weaponry.More » Host: Barbara Simpson
Howard Bloom almost single-handedly carved out two new fields: paleopsychology, and mass behavior. His next goal is to establish a field he calls â€œomnology.â€ For Bloom, mass behavior, paleopsychology, and omnology are fields that encompass nearly everything man can know.More » Host: Art Bell
Howard Bloom almost single-handedly carved out two new fields: paleopsychology, and mass behavior. His next goal is to establish a field he calls â€œomnology.â€ For Bloom, mass behavior, paleopsychology, and omnology are fields that encompass nearly everything man can know.More » Host: George Noory