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Date: Saturday - August 13, 2005
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Fred Bell, Jeff Nyquist, Wade Queen

Dr. Fred Bell, a scientist who has worked for NASA and was involved with government programs such as MK Ultra, discussed the nuclear threat posed by terrorism and the benefits of carrying a personal radiation detection device, as well as his various consciousness and health enhancement projects, including wearable pyramids.

Bell said a pyramid worn on the head produces an alpha state in the wearer which helps detox the brain. He detailed his Holographic Projector, which he claims sets up an energy field within the user that can increase health and help fight diseases, such as cancer.

Bell also suggested we could reduce our dependency on fossil fuel by using hemp oil. According to Bell, Henry Ford powered his fleet of vehicles on hemp oil, which when burned gives off carbon dioxide and water. Bell estimated it would take 18 million acres to produce enough hemp to power all vehicles currently in use in the United States.

Russia & Terrorism

In the first hour, journalist Jeff Nyquist and colleague Wade Queen talked about Al Qaeda's relationship with Russian elite military intelligence units and Russian mafia syndicates, as well as put forth their theory that these Russian groups were ultimately behind the 9/11 attacks, and could be planning a nuclear strike against the United States to be carried out by terrorist groups.

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