"My sense is we are at the threshold of where we may create that third major conflict in terms of world war," said Dr. Nick Begich (earthpulse.com(1)), Monday night's guest on the show. An expert on the H.A.A.R.P. Project as well as emerging military technologies, Begich expressed concern about electromagnetic pulse (EMP) weapons which may be used by the U.S. in the possible Iraqi war. The precision weapon could wreak havoc on infrastructure targets while "creating a less visually appalling effect," Begich said.
Beyond the EMP instruments, Begich foresees airborne lasers that can discharge their payloads at the speed of light. He warned that "there'll be no time for reconsideration," with such weapons and that they may increase our willingness to go to war because they will facilitate attacks so readily.
Begich also commented on the "Kokomo hum" which he believes does not originate from an underground source but rather comes from some type of global cause. He also correlated some of the recent whale beaching deaths with the use of military sonar. He suggested that the underwater testing of sound could lead to massive hemorrhaging in the whales' nasal cavities.