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Astral Travel

Professor of theoretical physics at University of Connecticut Ronald Mallett presented an update on the work at the Large Hadron Collider, as well as the latest in his work on time travel, and the centennial celebration of Einstein's general theory of relativity.

First hour guest, naturopathic physician, health-talk radio host, and lecturer Peter Glidden shared updates on alternative health treatments.

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Astral Travel

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Date: Tuesday - July 30, 2002
Host: George Noory
Guests: Robert Bruce

Australian-based mystic and metaphysical researcher, Robert Bruce, has actively explored astral projection, subtle realms, and the human spiritual connection for over 25 years. Robert is the author of the books, Astral Dynamics (A NEW approach to Out of Body Experience), and Practical Psychic Self-Defense (understanding and surviving unseen influences), and a coauthor of the book, Capturing The Aura. His World Wide Web site offers a large amount of original material, including many articles and tutorials relating to Robert's work and interests.

In the first hour, Dr. Randy Eaton, who has studied orca whales in the Pacific Northwest, gave an update on the beached pilot whales off Cape Cod.

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