Anthony H. Davidson is an attorney who has long studied luck and its effect on risk taking. Anthony has appeared on true TV and his research on luck gives him the attitude that luck can be and is a part of everyone's life.
Business consultant and financial writer George Ure discussed what he calls the "15-Year Problem," which deals with issues that'll arise in the world based on technological, social, and economic trends. He foresees specific problems arriving by 2019, with developments in robotics taking away jobs. First hour guest, author Tony Davidson (book link) talked about concepts of luck, and reacted to a recent story about a boy who fell out of a third floor apartment window and was miraculously saved by a neighbor. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed how the Fukushima nuclear crisis has escalated to the worst level since the massive earthquake, an animal mutilation case where a rancher found a cow's head stuck straight down into a small hole as if dropped from above, and an ET encounter which revealed insights into humanity's creation and an alien war over the fate of the human race. In the first hour, author Tony Davidson (book link) talked about luck and how to improve it. ... More »Host: George Noory
Writer and physicist Russell Targ discussed his role as co-founder of a remote viewing/ESP research program for the CIA at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) during the Cold War. First hour guest, Anthony H. Davidson (book link) talked about the properties of luck. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and astrologer Barrie Dolnick joined her co-author, attorney Anthony H. Davidson, in a discussion on the nature of luck and ways a person can maximize his or her own personal luck. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett