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Cultural Evolution

First Half: Frank Sheeran confessed to investigative author Charles Brandt that he handled more than 25 hits for the Mob, and for his friend Jimmy Hoffa. Joining George Knapp, Brandt shared evidence about Sheeran's involvement with Hoffa, new information on other famous murders, and the announcement of a film adaptation of his book.

Second Half: Pioneering promoter of sci-fi books and films, and avowed atheist Forrest J. Ackerman promised a few respected colleagues that if it were possible he would try to send messages from beyond. Author and researcher Paul Davids and Dr. John Allison, detailed numerous incidents of Ackerman's unusual and uncanny messages and phenomena, as well as impressive scientific support of an afterlife.

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Cultural Evolution

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Date: Monday - January 31, 2005
Host: George Noory
Guests: Howard Bloom

Paleopsychologist Howard Bloom discussed the science of cultural evolution and how pendulum swings between repression and expression can fuel creativity. Humanity is like the "compound eye" vision of an insect, he noted, with each person keying in on different elements of society.

Bloom revealed he is not necessarily opposed to the notion of a one-world government, as he thinks it's the best chance for planetary peace, and the alternative to that may be a "Mad Max" scenario. When competition stops becoming violent (as in wars), it can thrive in an economic environment, he said, citing post-war Japan's excelling in electronic goods as an example.

Bedridden for many years, Bloom announced that his health has improved somewhat and he's recently been able to give several public lectures and keynote speeches.

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