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Signs of Martian Life

In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach discussed the human body and its ability to use natural healing without the risky drugs prescribed by modern medicine.

In the latter half, former futurist for a Pentagon-consulted think tank, where he developed scenarios for exotic kinds of warfare and high-tech terrorism, Lowell Ponte shared his analysis of current events, and his interpretations of Chinese astrology as it relates to the economy and politics.

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Signs of Martian Life

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Date: Saturday - October 16, 2004
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Charles Shults III

Scientist Sir Charles Shults III discussed water activity and fossils on Mars, and possible manipulation of Mars photos by NASA.

Shults believes Mars was once an ocean covered planet filled with (non-intelligent) life, and stated emphatically, "It is very clear there is life on Mars; there was life on Mars." As evidence, he cited his recent discovery of Sea Urchin and other ancient marine fossils, water erosion, and geyser activity on Mars. According to Shults, NASA and JPL employees have told him privately that his findings are correct.

He also alleges that NASA has tampered with photos taken by Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. Specifically, he referred to Sol 167 and 168. Shultz said NASA has been caught modifying images in the past (article), so he has "almost no confidence in anything presented by NASA" and is convinced they are currently censoring anything that proves life on Mars.

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