|Date:||Sunday - December 12, 2004|
|Guests:||James McCanney, Dr. Roger Leir, Whitley Strieber|
Physicist James McCanney discussed electrical energy in the solar system, comets, and a newly discovered Kuiper Belt object called Quaoar.
McCanney said "the solar system, from about 1995, has been increasing in electrical energy," specifically noting that the sun puts out thousands of times more electrical energy than visible light. He believes comets are responsible for "pumping up the sun" -- the solar capacitor -- with energy. According to McCanney, electrical energy discharged from the solar capacitor is passed down to Earth, where it physically affects humans and the weather.
McCanney also reported on a distant object dubbed "Quaoar" located on the outskirts of the solar system. He said there appears to be volcanism on Quaoar, which may imply that it's "new." McCanney thinks their could be many more of these objects out there.
During the first hour, UFO researcher Dr. Roger Leir and author Whitley Strieber shared information about an artifact purported to be from a UFO crash site in New Mexico, perhaps near Roswell. According to Leir, lab results showed the material had "non-terrestrial isotopic ratios" of silicone, and possessed other anomalous properties, including the ability to transfer heat and cold. Strieber reported on several mysterious deaths that surrounded the piece, and Leir admitted that he has since passed the artifact on to another person for safekeeping.
The Darwin Lights
Last week, residents of Darwin, Australia reported seeing flashing lights illuminating the night sky. A Northern Territory News article described the object as "shaped like three connected ball-shaped spheres that flashed blue, green and red from as many as six different light sources." A spokesperson for the Australian Department of Defense said that the object was not a secret military aircraft. Airport officials also denied it was a plane on final approach. Read the AUFORN report.
Image: Nigel & Julie Lynn