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The Projector & Virtual Fields

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The Projector & Virtual Fields

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Date: Thursday - September 16, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Fred Bell

Scientist, inventor and musician Dr. Fred Bell returned to the show to discuss his various projects. One is the "holographic projector" which he said uses a wave technology that is transmitted through a small jeweled object and can increase a person's health and energy.

He also spoke about his Virtual Field research, claiming that through machines he has set up in his home, he has been able to create various unusual fields such as time shifts, tunnel effects and vortexes. Such fields may be related to increasing a person's longevity he noted.

Delving into some of his past projects, Bell mentioned his involvement with "Project Awareness" which he explained was geared towards ET disclosure. Related to this project, he said that Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus had spent $10 million putting together an ET exhibit featuring an alien corpse and crashed disc artifacts that was to tour the country in a special train in 1992, but that the Pentagon pulled the plug at the last minute. For more, check out photos of a couple of Bell's inventions.

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Bumper music from Thursday September 16, 2004

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