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Evening of Commentary

In the first half, registered pharmacist Ben Fuchs discussed the latest in health information and natural approaches.

In the latter half, crop circle researcher Patty Greer who has visited more than 100 unusual formations, shared some of her experiences and conclusions, as well as delved into the work of the pioneering scientist William Levengood.

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Evening of Commentary

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Date: Thursday - September 22, 2005
Host: George Noory
Guests: Steve Quayle, Howard Bloom, Frosty Wooldridge, Don McAlvany, Alex Jones, Richard C. Hoagland

In a unique Evening of Commentary, six different guests appeared, each for a half-hour time slot. After a first hour of Open Lines, Steve Quayle joined the show to discuss earth changes and civil preparedness. A recent series of quakes in the San Joaquin Valley in California could indicate a dangerous situation, he said, noting that a geologist reported seeing lightning emanating from the ground, which has been associated with the Kobe quake.

Next up, Howard Bloom talked about his disappointment with NASA's recent moon mission plan. He advocated usage of the more economical space planes to get material in orbit, and outlined how the space program could pay for itself by beaming down an energy source, and creating opportunities for space tourism. Frosty Wooldridge joined the show to summarize the problems associated with illegal immigration and why he believes it's the biggest problem facing America.Three million illegal immigrants enter the country each year, taking over jobs, and in some cases spreading Third World diseases such as leprosy and TB, he said. Don McAlvany then offered his economic analysis, suggesting that the real estate bubble is likely to burst and that within 2-4 years, millions of people will go bankrupt because of their leveraged investments.

Then came Alex Jones who said that the FEMA response to Hurricane Katrina may have been deliberately inadequate so the agency can acquire more funding and power. He also talked about reports that Tony Blair and his wife Cherie are involved in occult rituals. The final guest, Richard C. Hoagland announced that he had "evidence" that Hurricane Katrina was a "manufactured event."

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Bumper music from Thursday September 22, 2005

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