John Coleman has been a TV weatherman since he was a freshman in college in 1953 and TV was brand new. He still loves predicting the weather and relating to the television viewers. John has predicted and shoveled his share of snow. He has been a TV weatherman all over the Midwest and New York City including seven years on "Good Morning, America". John also cooked up the idea of a cable channel devoted to nothing but weather and spent six years developing "The Weather Channel" on cable. His retirement job is working as the weatherman at KUSI in San Diego.
In the first half, retired TV weatherman John Coleman, who studied and reported the weather for decades, and co-founded The Weather Channel, shared his assertion that man-made climate change is no longer scientifically credible. In the latter half, Travis Walton recounted the details of what happened November 5, 1975 when he and a group of loggers in the mountains of Arizona observed a strange, bright light in the sky. ... More »Host: George Noory
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 Stan Deyo, and astrologer Mark Lerner. The final half of the show was devoted to Open Lines. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
A pioneer in the field of intuition development, Penney Peirce discussed the power of intuition as well as how frequencies shape our daily lives. Related link: Special Offers ... More »Host: George Noory