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In the first half, registered pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed the latest in health information and natural approaches.

In the latter half, crop circle researcher Patty Greer who has visited more than 100 unusual formations, shared some of her experiences and conclusions, as well as delved into the work of the pioneering scientist William Levengood.

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Richard C. Hoagland, shares some images of Mars which he will discussed on the 11/30/11 edition of the program. Richard says ...

NASA's latest, NUCLEAR-powered "breakthrough" unmanned rover mission -- aptly named "Curiosity" -- is now safely on its way to Mars, arriving next August, 2012; while, in striking contrast, the equally"breakthrough" unmanned Russian "Phobos-Grunt" mission (carrying a Chinese satellite!), destined to explore the exotic inner Martian "moon", Phobos--

Is still mysteriously "stuck"--

In low-Earth orbit!

Or ... is it?

For my "Coast" fans and friends, here's a preview of tonight's show ....

This (below) is what's at stake, waiting for the Russians to solve their "parking orbit problem."


And, for the American mission, its intended target -- Gale Crater -- has an equally astonishing "surprise" awaiting its successful landing next August--

A full blown, ancient, 3-mile-high "tetrahedral arcology" ... on Mars (see image #1)!

On tonight's "Coast," I will be discussing extraordinary details of a potential, three-way, "21st Century Space Race"--

As to who will be the FIRST--

To first to FIND -- and then ANNOUNCE ... in 2012 --- first-hand scientific PROOF of "ancient Life at Mars?!"

The second, close-up image (image #2) is a recent Mars Reconniassance Orbiter (MRO) close-in view of an exposed small section of the "Gale Crater arcology's" lowest-level ROOMS -- which "Curiosity" will be INTENSELY exploring, with a variety of super-sophisticated instruments ... over the next several YEARS ....

Note the incredible "right-angles" and even "3-D pyramids) in this tiny section of a MUCH larger, official NASA "Gale Crater Arcology" image.

And ... stay tuned.