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Gerald Epling

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Biography:

Gerald Epling is an expert in memory formation. He received his Bachelor's degree in computer science, Master of Science degree in applied cognition and neuroscience, and Doctor of Philosophy degree in cognition and neuroscience from the University of Texas at Dallas. Gerald's work includes research into memory formation, states of consciousness and phenomenal bio-communication. He has 20 years of experience with a wide variety of electronic endeavors including communications, signal detection and exploitation, and optoelectronic instrumentation.

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Homeland Security Revelations/ Bio-Communication

In the first half, Philip Haney, a founding member of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) joined WND editor Art Moore to discuss how after Haney's sterling career at DHS, he was disciplined for investigating potential terrorists and terror-linked Muslims and mosques,

In the latter half, Doctor of... More »

Host: George Noory

Bio-Communication & Memory

Doctor of cognition and neuroscience, Gerald Epling, discussed his work on phenomenal bio-communication which measures and records the energy responses to plants in various conditions as well as responses of one life form to another.

In the first hour, space historian More »

Host: George Noory

Plants, Bio-Communication, & Memory

Scientist and researcher Gerald Epling discussed his work on plants and bio-communication. He's been able to replicate and extend the experiments of Cleve Backster, measuring the responses of one life form to another. Epling's experiments have shown that plants can respond to things that happen to other plants, as well as react to a person that is approaching them. One dracaena in... More »

Host: George Noory
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Last Night

Prof. Bryan Grieg Fry discusses his work with the world's deadliest venomous creatures. Open Lines followed.

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