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The Future Frontier

Retired NASA astronaut Ron Garan is also a highly decorated fighter pilot as well as an explorer, entrepreneur, and humanitarian who believes that appropriately designed and targeted social enterprise can solve many of the problems facing our world. In the first half, he discussed his transformative experiences working aboard the International Space Station.

In the latter half, medical sociologist Robert E. Bartholomew, PhD shared his latest work uncovering the little-known scientific evidence underlying supposed hauntings, immortalized in familiar Hollywood films including The Exorcist, Poltergeist and The Conjuring.

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The Future Frontier

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Date: Monday - July 28, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Jan Hodges, Daniel Durda

Blending the metaphysical and the scientific, frontier technologist and robotics expert, Jan Hodges, discussed an array of topics on Monday night. In regards to future technology, he said that in a half-century from now, people will be identified by their unique frequency signatures, which are like "individual radios."

Hodges theorized that when people witness Shadow Beings or ghosts, their frequency has phased out for a moment, and they are privy to witnessing things that exist in another time frame. "There are things happening in a quadrillionth of a second we can't even imagine," he said.

Teleportation, he said, may be available in a limited capacity within 25 years. It would likely involve the transporting of raw materials from Point A to Point B, whereby the original object is recreated on the other end, not unlike how gifs and jpegs are sent by computer today. Hodges envisions robots built with biomaterials as being good candidates for initial explorations on Mars, but by 2120, he speculated that the red planet will have 100,000 human colonists living there.

Dangerous Objects

Asteroid expert Daniel Durda appeared during the first hour of Monday's show to discuss the effort to bring congressional attention to the dangers of Near Earth Objects. Promoting an Open Letter to Congress on Near Earth Objects by Concerned Citizens, Durda said "the number of people protecting this planet from impacts from above is not large." In most cases we're going to have decades notice of a possible hit, he said. But rather than nuke an incoming object, Durda suggested a "slow dock and push" process (such as advocated by the B612foundation) whereby the objects' speed or path is changed slightly so that it will no longer collide with the Earth.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Monday July 28, 2003

  • Layla
    Derek & The Dominos
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    Derek & the Dominos
  • #41
    Dave Matthews Band