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In the first half, remote viewing teacher, Edward A. Dames, Major, U.S. Army (ret.) spoke about what he's uncovered remote viewing covert ET and human agendas.

In the latter half, Dr. Carmen Boulter revealed an astounding new discovery in Egypt found using a state-of-the-art, satellite-based deep penetrating radar scan.

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Laurence C. Smith

Special Guest

Biography:

Laurence C. Smith, a UCLA geography professor, explores megatrends through computer model projections to describe "with reasonable scientific credibility, what our world might look like in forty years' time, should things continue as they are now."

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Past Shows:

The World in 2050

Ian Punnett welcomed UCLA geography professor Laurence Smith, who discussed how trends in population, global trade, resources, and the climate will profoundly shape the world by 2050. He explained that the premise behind his work was a "broad, sweeping thought experiment of what the world might be like in 40 years, should things continue as they are now." ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett
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