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Exploring Antigravity

In the first half, members of the Hollywood Ghost Hunters, Rick McCallum, Louis Horowitz, and Robert Pendergraft discussed the many haunted locations they've investigated and described details of their ghost adventures in places such as the Queen Mary, and the Whaley House.

In the latter half, senior astronomer at SETI, Seth Shostak, talked about the latest sets of mysterious signals from space and other anomalous findings.

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Exploring Antigravity

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Date: Tuesday - December 28, 2004
Host: George Noory
Guests: Tim Ventura, Richard C. Hoagland

In the first hour Richard C. Hoagland of Enterprise Mission discussed the Hyperdimensional Physics of earth changes. Variations in the earth's wobble precede major earthquakes, and may be related to their onset, he asserted.

For the main part of the show, Hoagland was joined by Tim Ventura, the creator of the American Antigravity website, to talk about experiments in antigravity and how they could lead to revolutionary developments in aerospace and transportation. Ventura discussed his experiments creating lifters, lightweight balsa wood constructions that take to the air when they are subjected to high voltage. The lifters may be reducing the resistance of the ether around them, Hoagland suggested.

The work of antigravity pioneers such as Eugene Podkletnov and Dr. Ning Li (who seems to have mysteriously disappeared) was delved into by Ventura. Podkletnov's "forced beam" experiments reportedly demonstrated enough force to punch through concrete at many times faster than the speed of light, he detailed. Ventura also outlined how antigravity technology may eventually be used for cars. The FAA has a plan for a "Light Aircraft Control System," he said, where vehicles like Moller's Skycar would be computer controlled and guided by a series of beacons.

Minnesota Explosion

In the first half-hour George spoke with Thor Heinen of VA Graphics who took a photo of a building that exploded in Ramsey, Minn. More details here.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Tuesday December 28, 2004

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    Dave Matthews Band