Dr. David Hanscom is a leading orthopedic spine surgeon at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, WA. Though he believes that surgery and medication have a role, he knows that these standard courses of treatment aren’t what’s needed to treat chronic pain. Instead he provides the framework so the patient can find his or her solution allowing them to live free of pain, forever.
In the first half, the host of Popular Science Radio and automotive aficionado, Alan Taylor, discussed the future of the car and how the automobile is becoming more than just transportation.
Professor at the University of Virginia, W. Bernard Carlson discussed how Nikola Tesla was a major contributor to the electrical revolution at the turn of the 20th century, and one of America's first celebrity scientists.
First hour guest, orthopedic spinal surgeon More »Host: George Noory
Attorney, contractor, and ET contactee Gordon James Gianninoto provided an update on what he knows about Planet X and the coming pole shift, the nature of gravity, Earth's 'dark twin,' and why he believes the government is covering up imminent global catastrophe.