Harry Braun is the CEO of Sustainable Partners LLC, a systems integration firmthat is involved in a number of renewable energy projects, including thedevelopment of a $180 million wind farm project in New Mexico. He is anexpert in energy technologies and resources, as well as the on-goingdevelopments in molecular biology, protein engineering and nanotechnology.
"Both utopia and oblivion are developing simultaneously," saidrenewable energy advocate Harry Braun (phoenixproject.net), the guest on Wednesday's show. Braun believes if we could shift from fossil fuels to hydrogen, many of the Earth's most dire problems such as pollution would be alleviated. "It's like the Manhattan Project," he said of his plan, a six trillion dollar program that would "turn oil companies into wind hydrogen companies," within the space of five years. Existing vehicles could be converted to run on hydrogen he said. But in order to get the ball rolling, Braun suggested people lobby the Senate into holding hearings about hydrogen. A harsh critic of the nuclear power industry, Braun said the "plants are all corroding," and that they're accidents waiting to happen. "We shouldn't be relicensing them, but shutting them down," he added. Referring to a 2002 incident at a Toledo nuclear plant where a meltdown was narrowly avoided, Braun said the whole country woul ... More »Host: George Noory
George rolled into Friday night by creating a special Doom & Gloom line, where callers could share their dark dreams and visions of the future. Daniel from Chico, a self-declared "professional prophet," quickly took up the gauntlet. Explaining the difference between prediction and prophecy (prophecy allows for people to change the future), Daniel told of his strange "Starburst 2020" experience where he was catapulted into a dark city of the future that was without electricity. The world, he said, had undergone nuclear devastation in a number of locations. "I've been seeing things for 40 years," said Rick, an exorcist/evangelist from Orlando. He described recently passing a cemetery by car, where it "looked like cigarette smoke was coming from all the graves. Please tell God to save us," the entities' voices came to him. "I see dead people, angels and people from the 1700'sâ€¦I've seen things that would make your skin curdle," the evangelist said. "Dig a hole, deep and wide. A ... More »Host: George Noory
How long are we going to "stay addicted to gasoline which is a hideously toxic substance?" posed Harry Braun, a businessman and renewable energy expert who spoke with George this past Tuesday night. Braun outlines in his Phoenix Project (website: phoenixproject.net) how hebelieves hydrogen could replace fossil fuels within 5 years if a major effort was made. If we could make the transition, Braun thinks the US could change its foreign policy so we no longer support "ruthless regimes" for the sake of oil and air pollution would be greatly reduced since hydrogen is a clean fuel. Braun advocates the use of wind machines or turbines, which can be used to make hydrogen. The machines, he says are as simple to manufacture as automobiles and if enough were made they could provide clean energy for the entire country. You could "modify any engine from a Model T to the Space Shuttle and they could all run on hydrogen," Braun said. To move forward with the hydrogen alternative, Braun ... More »Host: George Noory
Richard Hoagland is in the midst of investigating incredible new material: the release of the first daytime infrared imaging of the "Cydonia region of Mars" by NASA's current unmanned Odyssey Mission. Hoagland's rescheduling was necessitated by the need for additional time to verify and properly interpret, in his words, "the explosive new information" he and the Enterprise Mission Team have uncovered on the NASA data. Richard C. Hoagland, is the founder of The Enterprise Mission, recipient of the Angstrom Medal, former science advisor to CBS News and Walter Cronkite, author of "The Monuments of Mars", co-creator of the "Pioneer Plaque", originator of the "Europa Proposal", and principal investigator of The Enterprise Mission... Harry Braun, author of The Phoenix Project, has documented an alternative strategy that will fundamentally resolve the complex and interrelated global energy and environmental problems. Braun proposes to shift investments from oil, natural gas, coal, and n ... More »Host: Art Bell
Harry Braun, author of The Phoenix Project, has documented an alternativestrategy that will fundamentally resolve the complex and interrelated globalenergy and environmental problems. Braun proposes to shift investments fromoil, natural gas, coal, and nuclear fuels to renewable hydrogen systems thatare inexhaustible, pollution-free, and can make the U.S. energy independent.Harry Braun has worked as an energy analyst for the past 20 years. He isChairman and CEO of Sustainable Partners, Inc. ... More »Host: Art Bell