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Wade Gordon

Special Guest

Biography:

Wade Gordon was born in Long Island, New York. He earned a degree in psychobiology at the University of South Florida. He has worked at the Veterans Memorial Hospital in Tampa on various neurological research experiments funded by the Mayo clinic and the VA. He also has 10 years experience working with the mentally handicapped. Wade has written for scientific journals and magazines on tissue regeneration. His emphasis has been on brain tissue regeneration primarily is Parkinson and Alzheimer's research. Currently he is finishing up the second book on his Brookhaven experiences.

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Brookhaven Experiments

Wade Gordon was the guest for the middle portion of Wednesday's show. Gordon revisited his strange childhood experiences, describing a kind of tutelage he underwent at the Brookhaven Lab in Long Island via military staff who were related to his deceased father. "They were observing events from the past," Gordon said of one of the secret experiments he witnessed at Brookhaven, adding... More »

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