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Solomon Island Giants

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Solomon Island Giants

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Date: Wednesday - January 14, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steve Quayle, Robert Zubrin, Richard C. Hoagland

Author Steve Quayle related information about giants and UFO bases, both of which he said are currently present on or off the Solomon Islands in the Pacific. One group of these giants, which are reported to be 10-12 ft. tall, are similar to Sasquatch and have a detectable odor about them he reported.

Quayle cited the work of Marius Boirayon who has cataloged his findings on his website. Boirayon writes of his extensive interviews with Island residents who claim to have repeatedly seen and interacted with these beings. He also presents a map and information about hidden UFO bases in the area.

The UFO Bases are underwater, Quayle said, and have subterranean entrances. The inhabitants of the craft are called "dragon snakes" by the locals, and Quayle surmised they may be reptilian in appearance. He also suggested that these UFO occupants are using the giants as test subjects for DNA and breeding experiments.

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Commentary on Bush's Space Plan

first hour guests, Dr. Robert Zubrin of The Mars Society and Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission commented on Pres. Bush's announcement of a new space initiative, both agreeing that the plan was too slow. Zubrin suggested that if "common hardware" were developed for both Mars and Moon missions this could save on costs and time. Hoagland said that if Bush gets re-elected for a second term, he may put forth a faster timetable for the missions.

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