Mark Sudduth been working with communities and media outlets to produce some of the nation's most comprehensive hurricane tracking maps. He owns Hurricane Maps Enterprises and has worked with media outlets and several local, state and federal agencies to produce hurricane education campaigns. Mark won an award from FEMA in December 1999 for his work with the Project Impact program. Mark was a co-chairman (one of several) of the 1999, 2000 and 2001 Project Impact Hurricane Preparedness Expos and handled logo design and raised several thousand dollars towards the extremely successful non-profit event. Mark is the founder of H.I.R.T. and runs HurricaneTrack.com.
The topic was Project HAARP when Art Bell returned for a conversation with Dr. Nick Begich. A long time researcher on the antenna array in Alaska which interacts with the ionosphere, Begich reported that HAARP's array has quadrupled in size in the last two years. He also revealed that the Dept. of Defense's DARPA had now taken over the program.It's unfortunate that such technology is in the hands of the military, he commented, as some beneficial applications haven't been explored such as creating chemical reactions to reduce pollutants and adding ozone to the atmosphere. ... More »Host: Art Bell
Art Bell presented live coverage of Hurricane Katrina, in a special 5-hour program. In the first hour, Mark Sudduth of HurricaneTrack.com offered updates and analysis from his monitoring station in Gulfport, MS. If the hurricane continues on its path into New Orleans, there'll be several hours of 100mph winds in the city, and with the power going out, people will experience "power flashes" which will look like the deadly lasers from War of the Worlds, he envisioned. ... More »Host: Art Bell