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In the first half, Joseph Sansone, a consulting hypnotist, talked about the history of hypnosis, including its use in ancient cultures, as well its contemporary applications.

Nassim Haramein has spent most of his life researching the geometry of hyperspace, theoretical physics, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology, and chemistry, as well as anthropology and ancient civilizations. In the latter half, he discussed connections between science, physics, and spirituality, and our place in an evolving universe.

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John Quinones

Special Guest

Biography:

John Quinones is a co-anchor of "Primetime Live" and was most recently a correspondent for "Primetime Thursday" and "20/20." He had previously been a correspondent for "PrimeTime Live" since November 1991. Quinones has also served as a co-anchor of "Downtown," covering unique stories for the newsmagazine that premiered in October 1999.

Quinones received a Bachelor of Arts degree in speech communications from St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas and a master's degree from the Columbia School of Journalism. He has won several national Emmy Awards for his work.

Past Shows:

Cells & Identity

"We are not automatons to our genes," enthused scientist and lecturer, Dr. Bruce Lipton, who shared his concepts in the field of new biology. We all contain a "metropolis of 50 trillion citizens," --the cells in our body, which could each be considered sentient beings in their own right, yet they act together as a community, he stated. Lipton said he had a scientific epiphany when he realized that the cell membrane was "an organic information chip" that reacted to the environment. This view of cells differed from conventional science at the time, which linked cell behavior to the genes. Cells send out "protein antennas" unique to an individual person that receive signals from the outside, and thus, our identities are linked to an exterior "field of energy," he said. Just as single celled creatures evolved into more complex forms, Lipton suggested that humanity will eventually merge into a larger organization or being. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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