Barry Fisher has developed proprietary technology that produces building materials and other products from any and all waste materials. He believes his technology is the start of a possible paradigm shift in the management of municipal solid waste by creating highly profitable and beneficial products from the kind of materials that are now maxing out landfills around the world. Mr. Fisher has traveled extensively, meeting with ministry level officials around the world, to discuss environmental issues, and suggest remediation processes to meet their needs. Currently he as a vision for what to do with the miles of debris piled around much of New Orleans.
Dr. Mike Heiser, scholar of history and archaeology, discussed the claims of The Da Vinci Code, mysteries concerning Jesus, and Christian philosophy & viewpoints. Whether Da Vinci used a code in his artwork in paintings such as The Last Supper to express a hidden history of Jesus is somewhat irrelevant, as this was just the belief system of a man separated by 14 centuries from the event, and not "authentic Christianity," he commented. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and ufologist David Sereda returned to the show to illuminate the correlations between theoretical physics and spiritual wisdom. He pointed out how the duality of human nature-- such as good and evil, is mirrored in the atomic structure with its positive and negative components. Yet, light, he said, is the only particle in physics that is non-dual or "single" even though it does encounter inertia. ... More »Host: George Noory