Robert Cohen did research in psycho-neuro-endo-crinology in the 70's on the hormonal effects on the brain and behavior. In 1994, this father of three became concerned about the most controversial drug approval in FDA history, the genetically engineered bovine growth hormone that is now in our milk supply. Cohen is director of the Dairy Education Board. The author of three books, Milk-The Deadly Poison , Milk A-Z and God's Nutritionist," Robert is an inventor as well. America's anti-dairy "Notmilkman" has a new toy called the SoyToy, which converts soybeans to soymilk in 25 minutes for just 4 cents per quart. In addition, Robert writes a daily internet milk-related column read by thousands of his supporters.
Due to technical difficulties,Adrian Gilbert (website) was not able to join the program, and will be rescheduled. Instead, George presented a midweek night of Open Lines. A special topic line was set up for people to tell of their earliest memories. Perhaps, the earliest was of a woman who said she recalled a prenatal experience, where she existed as a ball of light that was told to jump down and go through a metamorphosis. Other interesting calls included a man who said he had a "mind control sheath" installed via surgery into his brain when he was six years old, under the guise of a tonsillectomy. And a woman who told the tale of her young grandson who seemed to have distinct memories that only her late husband would of known, lending credence to the idea that he was a product of reincarnation. ... More »Host: George Noory
"500 years from now the average life span will be 800 years," said futurist Watts Wacker (firstmatter.com) who appeared on Monday night's show. He commented that silicon and carbon are beginning to fuse and that the "Six Million Dollar Man only costs about $12,000 today." Wacker also discussed his book The 500 Year Delta, which posits that civilization has gone through major changes approximately every 500 years. He suggested that the current age of reason is giving way to a new age of paradox where people are able to comfortably hold seemingly contradictory viewpoints, such as believing in both Darwinism and Creationism. Two tools that Wacker said he uses to study the future, are "content analysis" which looks at such things as the amount of media coverage a particular subject gets, and "scenario planning." He mentioned that some of the most long-lived companies are those that grow into other areas than those in which they initially succeeded in. Curiously, he said tha ... More »Host: George Noory