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Time to Vent

Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe discussed the continuing rumbling sounds in Windsor, Ontario; a retired Naval flight engineer's experiences in Antarctica that included the retrieval of 15 scientists after a 2-week-disappearance in 1994; a whistleblower who described seeing a photo of non-human construction inside a moon crater; and another whistleblower going on the record about the alterations of two different images.

First hour guest, former professor of climatology, Tim Ball, responded to a viral video of the jet stream crossing the equator.

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Fri 07-01  History of 'Star Trek'/ Open Lines Sat 07-02  Mediums, Spiritualism, & Conan Doyle Sun 07-03  The Bible & Supernatural/ Working with Angels Mon 07-04  Billy Meier's Prophecies/ Pyramid Secrets Tue 07-05  Sacred Principles/ Remote Viewing & CIA Wed 07-06  Flight 800 Conspiracy/ Open Lines Thu 07-07  Global Elite & Russia/ Communing with Archangels Fri 07-08  TBA/ Open Lines

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Time to Vent

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Date: Wednesday - May 3, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Marc Siegel

Kicking off a special evening of Time to Vent Open Lines, George played the classic Howard Beale "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!" monologue from the movie Network. For three hours, callers let off steam, sharing issues, events and instances that made them angry or frustrated. Among the topics were: the Moussaoui verdict, immigration, housing, child custody, sex predators, people that don't think for themselves, chemtrails, and John Titor.

Bird Flu Update

First hour guest, Dr. Marc Siegel reacted to the White House's latest plan to deal with a potential bird flu pandemic. He noted that the H5N1 avian virus would need to go through several mutations before it can affect the human population on a mass scale, and that there is no imminent danger right now. Siegel suggested that the current efforts are a method to control people through fear.

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