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Science of the Paranormal

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Science of the Paranormal

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Date: Tuesday - February 17, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Dr. Claude Swanson, Dr. Sky

MIT and Princeton educated physicist, Dr. Claude Swanson, shared his thesis that cracks are appearing in the current scientific paradigm, and a revolution is underway that incorporates new physics and paranormal research.

Getting into the specifics of such research, Swanson said that he had investigated the "orb" phenomena seen in photographs, and mentioned that it is sometimes possible to see the floating globes with the naked eye with the use of flash or strobes. He postulated they may be related to what the Hindus referred to as an "astral form."

Swanson spoke of the skills he accrued from taking Remote Viewing courses, which he said demonstrate a technique to keep the "talking part of our brain occupied" allowing for the subconscious mind to access psychic information. During RV sessions he said, the "feeling of being somewhere else was very vivid." One of the most fascinating phenomena Swanson said he has studied is the OBE (out-of-body experience). The evidence suggests our physical bodies are surrounded by unseen layers of "subtle" energy, he said.

Asteroid Toutatis

First hour guest, astronomical journalist Dr. Sky discussed the arrival of an asteroid due in September 2004, known as 4179 Toutatis.

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Bumper music from Tuesday February 17, 2004