Robert Sarmast gave up a promising career in architecture in order to pursue his lifelong passion for ancient history, world mythology, and the search for lost civilizations. He has read widely and traveled extensively for over a decade in search of facts, sources, and knowledge on a variety of ancient mysteries. After years of research, Sarmast narrowed his focus to solving one of the world's greatest riddles: the perennial mystery of Atlantis.
Robert has worked with specialists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as well as other leading geophysicists and oceanographers in an effort to obtain the most accurate existing data about the eastern Mediterranean seafloor. He has made unprecedented series of findings while yet remaining an independent researcher and writer. Still a young man, Robert has embarked on a research program that may lead us to an entirely new picture of the origins of culture.
Explorer and researcher Robert Sarmast discussed discoveries of underwater structures off Cyprus which he believes are the remnants of Atlantis. ... More »Host: George Noory
Historian of the future, Charles Ostman discussed nanotechnology, AI and other breakthrough concepts. Among the latest innovations he mentioned are "nano barcodes," in which a product can be sprinkled with tracking devices on a molecular scale. Video games, he said, are moving towards a completely immersive environment and will eventually have a "neurological interface." ... More »Host: George Noory