Shelly Lynn Williams has a B.S. in Psychology & Biology, a M.A. in Clinical-Experimental Psychology and a PhD in Biopsychology & Primatology. She has been involved with researching many different aspects of primates since 1984. She also has spoken at numerous lectures, presentations and has written many articles on the subject. In addition, she went on scientific missions to the Central Congo Basin to study indigenous ape species. While there, she collected DNA specimens for analysis and studied human-raised chimpanzees. Shelly has also specialized in small animal neurosurgical training.
During Open Lines George provided a "Lucky Line" for people who wanted to share their most lucky story. Gary from Alabama recounted the time he was driving his truck to Louisville, Kentucky and missed the exit he had planned to take. Lucky for him, he found out later that a bridge along the missed route had collapsed, killing a truck driver and his wife who been following behind... More »
Writer Nick Cook appeared on Wednesday's program discussing technological developments that involve Zero Point energy (ZPE) and anti-gravity. Cook explained that ZPE is a "background radiation source that pops in and out of existence on a relentless and infinite scale." However, he pointed out that it is difficult to make hardware that can take advantage of this boundless... More »