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In the first half, independent researcher Peter A. Kirby spoke about chemtrails, a covert program of aerosol geoengineering.

For 25 years Robert Perala has been researching metaphysics, the origin of the soul, Earth-based anomalies, extraterrestrial science, and NDEs. In the latter half, he discuss a variety of subjects including his own ET abduction experience, and his activism against the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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'Extreme Future' Trends

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Date: Saturday - November 18, 2006
Host: Art Bell
Guests: James Canton

During the middle two hours of the program, renowned global futurist Dr. James Canton discussed the top trends of the 'extreme future,' including oil and alternative energy (hydrogen, solar voltaic and nano-energy), longevity medicine and human enhancement, teleportation, climate change, and security issues (terrorism, disease pandemics, etc).

Canton also spoke about the United States, its inextricable link with the global economy and how it must continue leading in technological innovation.

The last hour featured Open Lines with a focus on what callers believe the future holds for humanity and the planet.

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Bumper music from Saturday November 18, 2006

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