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Philip Plait

First Half: Independent researcher Peter A. Kirby has been a student of alternative media narratives which has opened his eyes to the possibility that outcomes can be engineered by vested interests to appear as natural and random. He claims that the epic drought in the West is probably the result of geo-engineering and chemtrails.

2nd Half: For 25 years Robert Perala has been researching metaphysics, the origin of the soul, Earth-based anomalies, extraterrestrial science, and NDEs. He'll discuss a variety of subjects including "The Strange Case of Mr. D," a man in Poland who has been receiving ET transmissions for over 10 years, and a photo of an ET figure taken by Jeff Grenshaw that closely resembles the beings he saw during his own abduction in 1977.

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Philip Plait

Show Archive
Date: Monday - July 22, 2002
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Phil Plait

Dr. Plait works in the physics and astronomy department at Sonoma StateUniversity in California. He maintains the Web site badastronomy.com andwrites monthly articles on astronomy for the German newspaper DieFrankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. His work has appeared in the EncyclopediaBritannica Yearbook of Science and the Future and Astronomy magazine.He also writes a monthly column for astronomy.com.

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