William R. Forstchen is a Professor of History and Faculty Fellow at Montreat College, in Montreat, North Carolina. He received his doctorate from Purdue University with specializations in Military History, the American Civil War and the History of Technology. His current book, One Second After was cited on the floor of Congress and before the House Armed Services Committee by Congressman Roscoe Bartlett (R.-MD), chair of the House Committee tasked to evaluate EMP weapons, as a realistic portrayal of the potential damage rendered by an EMP attack on the continental United States.
Appearing during the middle two hours, journalist, filmmaker and political activist Michael Murphy discussed how chemtrails are allowing corporations to manipulate natural systems including weather and soil, for their own gain. First hour guest, history professor William R. Forstchen commented on a potential EMP attack that Israel might stage on Iran. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, history professor William R. Forstchen discussed the potential damage rendered by an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) event, and what we can to do prepare for the possibility. In the latter half, psychotherapist Kymberlee Ruff shared the Hopi-Tibetan prophecy, a separate and distinct prophecy created from the similarities of the two culture's prophecies. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, acclaimed physicist and cosmologist Paul Davies discussed why he believes the search for ET life should be expanded beyond SETI's parameters of radio signals. In the latter half of the program, Prof. William Forstchen talked about the dangers of EMP (electromagnetic pulse) effects that could arise from a bomb sent into the atmosphere, as well as from solar activity like an X-class flare. ... More »Host: George Noory
Filling in for George, Art Bell spoke with Prof. William Forstchen for the entire program about how an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack by a rogue nation could disable America's power grid and communications infrastructure, and lead to an inconceivably high death toll. ... More »Host: Art Bell
In the first half of the show, abduction investigator Budd Hopkins discussed his new memoir, in which he explores his life as an artist, and as a pioneer in the field of UFO research Appearing in the second half of the program, Professor William Forstchen talked about EMP attacks. ... More »Host: George Noory
Professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University, Brian Greene discussed discoveries in cosmology. First hour guest, author William Forstchen outlined how an EMP attack could be carried out on the U.S. ... More »Host: George Noory