Douglas Mulhall is a leading nanotechnology journalist, an award winning documentary filmmaker, and broadcast executive. Douglas has also led at least one other life as a pioneer in scientific research. His landmark book, Our Molecular Future, describes powerful new tools to save the globalized economy from "nature's time bombs." That cutting edge approach is reaffirmed with a new co-authored book, The Calcium Bomb, about a nanobacteria link to heart disease and cancer that is shaking the medical world.
It describes the discovery and treatment of a previously undetectable infection in arthritis, heart disease, and other widespread illnesses. The link between these two books is the use of radical nanotechnologies to help us survive nature's wrath; at the mega-scale from earthquakes and climate changes, and at the nano-scale from new infections.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 7/10/02, when Douglas Mulhall described the exponential changes that are coming from nanotechnology and robotic revolutions. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Journalist Douglas Mulhall and 'historian of the future,' Charles Ostman addressed ways in which nanotechnology and other cutting edge approaches can be used to protect and evolve human existence. Mulhall, who appeared first, noted that the St. Louis area (where the New Madrid fault is located) is possibly due for a huge quake, and that buildings aren't prepared for it. New nanotech applications in aerogel products could be placed in walls and windows, allowing them to withstand a powerful quake or tornado, he detailed. Ostman, who appeared during the last two hours, enthused over new brain research. He is particularly interested in developments occurring at the boundary between biophysics, quantum physics and consciousness. ... More »Host: George Noory
Journalist and author Douglas Mulhall extolled the benefits of 'bottom-up' nanotechnology, in which atoms and molecules are used as building blocks to assemble larger things. Citing DNA as the ultimate example of bottom-up assembly in nature, Mulhall said learning to emulate DNA-type processes is critical to our biological and technological evolution. ... More »Host: George Noory
Journalist and author Douglas Mulhall discussed the latest developments in nanotechnology, a science he describes as "a basic technological building block on which a whole new societal range of technologies are being developed." According to Mulhall, the convergence of several disciplines, including genetics, robotics, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology will lead to revolutionary products that will transform the world. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Forensic pathologist, Dr. Janis Amatuzio (foreverours.com), who is known as the "compassionate coroner," shared real life stories of synchronicities, visions and experiences she has heard from patients and loved ones of the deceased. These tales have left her with the belief that death is not the end, but takes us into another level of life. One story involved a patient she treated when she was an intern, who told her about his intense near-death experience. He had gone into cardiac arrest after surgery and "left his body through the top of his head." Looking down on the scene, he said he could hear the thoughts of everyone in the room. Most curiously, the patient next to him also had heart failure, and he saw him leave his body as well, and the two were able to communicate with each other but not to anyone else at the hospital. Another case she detailed involved a patient who received a pancreas and kidney transplant from a young man who died in a car accident. When he came out of ... More »Host: George Noory
Nanotechnology journalist, Douglas Mulhall discussed issues related to climate, medicine and advanced technologies. There is evidence of sudden climate change he said, citing a two-year period without summers that occurred in 536 AD, as well as another event 10,000 years ago that is confirmed by ice core samples and tree rings. He suggested that methane hydrate being released into the atmosphere, perhaps triggered by an asteroid, could be the cause of extreme climate shifts. The emerging field of nanotechnology may prove useful in the detection of changes in methane hydrate levels, he noted. For more information on nanotechnology he recommended the Cientifica website.Mulhall also reported on his research into "nanobacteria," which he believes is akin to living organisms and is implicated in illnesses associated with calcification such as heart disease. He theorized that nanobacteria protects itself by emitting a shell of calcium phosphate around it. One doctor who prescribes to th ... More »Host: George Noory
Sunday's guest, author Douglas Mulhall (website), discussed Nanotechnology and the possible findings of the smallest, perhaps most ancient organism. Its discovery has challenged the definition of life. ... More »Host: Art Bell
"We may be the stepping stone to an entirely new type of species that either co-exists with us or replaces us," said Douglas Mulhall, George's guest on Tuesday night. Mulhall, an expert on the transformative role of nanotechnology and artificial intelligence (website:ourmolecularfuture) believes there could be a sudden evolutionary leap to a new augmented or post-human, perhaps in the next 50 years. But in the more immediate future he foresees "rapid prototype" machines enabled with nanotechnology that could produce products in our homes on a wide-scale. Instead of a future with scarce supplies we could have the opposite problem of an "economy of overabundance," Mulhall expounded. Concerned that our greatest difficulty though may lie in a sudden cataclysm from nature, he discussed how these new technologies could be used to create such things as a tsunami warning system spread out across the ocean floor. Not surprisingly, the military has been developing tools and weapons based o ... More »Host: George Noory
Douglas Mulhall describes the exponential changes that may be wrought by thenanotechnology and robotic revolutions. Mulhall is a technology journalistand sustainable development specialist with years of experience developingadaptive technologies internationally. He has managed European scientificinstitutes and built field research facilities from Asia to Latin America.Many networks have broadcast his award-winning documentary films. Heco-founded a national television network in Eastern Europe.Book: Our Molecular Future: How Nanotechnology, Robotics, Genetics andArtificial Intelligence Will Transform Our World ... More »Host: Art Bell