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Ray Alden

Ray Alden is attempting to patent a "three dimensional cloaking process and apparatus" for concealing objects and people. The idea hinges on carefully mimicking background lighting...

Chuck Barris

Chuck Barris claims that, throughout his successful TV career, he was leading a double life as a decorated CIA assassin. Barris was the creator and host of The Gong Show, but his resume also...

Jon Beckwith

Harvard microbiologist and social activist, Jon Beckwith, describes his eventful life in science and activism, and makes some interesting points about the nature of science. He emphasizes the...

Stewart Best

Stewart Best of Best Video Productions, is a documentary video producer, author and publisher. He has just released a documentary called "PROJECT REDSTAR - MARTIAN GENESIS". It is the...

Karen Boren

Karen Boren is the author of "Messiah of the Winepress: Christ and the RedHeifer" everything you could possibly want to know about the Red Heifer ofthe Old Testament. Karen has written...

John Burnett

While sailing alone one night in the shipping lanes across one of the busiest waterways in the world, John Burnett was attacked by pirates. Through sheer ingenuity and a little bit of luck, he...

Carole Chapman

Carole A. P. Chapman is a writer, photographer, lecturer and avid organic gardener. Formerly a professional photojournalist at NASA Langley Research Center in Virginia, she has had photographs and...

Alan Clements

Alan Clements was the first American to become a Buddhist monk in Burma, where he lived for the good part of a decade. Since leaving the monastery, he has become a spiritual maverick, working for...

Helen Corbin

In July 2000 U.S. News and World Report named the world's greatest mysteries and Jacob Waltz's Lost Dutchman Gold Mine was listed among such notables as Noah's Ark, the Holy Grail, the Art of the...

Ken Croswell

Ken Croswell is an astronomer in Berkeley, California, who earned his doctorate in astronomy from Harvard University. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books on astronomy, including...

Vine Deloria

Vine Deloria, Jr., is a leading Native American scholar, whose research, writings, and teaching have encompassed history, law, religious studies, and political science. He is the former executive...

Thomas Elias

Thomas Elias is an investigative journalist and author.

Rex Geissler

Rex Geissler has interviewed every alleged living eyewitness of Noah's Ark along with most of the explorers. Geissler is also the President of ArcImaging a group who uses Remote Sensing and Ground...

Vendyl Jones

Known to many as the person the fictional character Indiana Jones was modeled after, Vendyl Jones is one of the world's foremost archeologists. As one of the most renowned authorities on Qumran...

Mario Livio

Dr. Mario Livio is a senior astrophysicist at the Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute. He joined the Institute in 1991 as head of the Archive Branch, and also served as the Head of the...

Jim Luisi

Jim Luisi specializes in artificial intelligence and has been an insider in the high-tech military applications world. His involvement over many years has included some of the largest commercial...

Paul Mayewski

Paul Mayewski has led more than 30 scientific expeditions to the Antarctic, the Arctic, the Himalayas, and the Tibetan Plateau. He is the Field Leader of the US ITASE expedition and a professor at...

Daniel McConchie

Daniel McConchie is the Director of Public Relations and Public Policy atThe Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity in Chicago. He works with reporters,public policy makers, and other...

Michael Mott

Michael Mott examines the striking similarities between folklore, religious,mythic, and first-hand witness or historical accounts cryptid and reptilianfigures. He has studied the link between...

Michael Norman

Michael Norman spent 18 years collecting ghost stories, ranging from the typical (with rattling chains, moans, cold spots, and the like) to the elaborate (the spectral marching soldiers of...

Steven Quartz

Why do humans fall in love, create art, make war? Quartz, director of the Social Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at Cal Tech, and Sejnowski, director of the Computational Neurobiology Laboratory...

Howard Rheingold

Howard Rheingold will share with us how the convergence of mobile communications and computing is driving the next social revolution- transforming the ways in which people meet, mate, work, buy,...

Arthur Sherman

Kabbalah researcher and religious scholar, Arthur Sherman has spent twenty years connecting the latest theories in science with the ancient teaching of the Kabbalah with startling conclusions...

Bart Sibrel

Bart Sibrel uncovered a 31-year old, mislabeled, unedited reel of footagethat he believes provides evidence that the Apollo moon walk was a hoax. Heclaims Apollo 11 never made it beyond the...

Dallas Thompson

Next May, Hollow Earth researcher, Dallas Thompson is planning on journeying to the center of the earth in a mini-helicopter. He believes that will be able to travel by a hole in the South Pole,...

Tim Tully

Tully has just produced and published a new DVD called The Universe, which is based on digital images from various orbiting telescopes, including the famous Hubble Space Telescope, as well as...

Rabbi Moshe Yess

In 1978 Moshe Yess took a one way trip to Jerusalem, Israel and enrolled in a Rabbi College, a yeshiva, and studied Judaism there for about 7 years. In 1990 and 91, after witnessing very profound...

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