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A Conversation with Dr. Fred Bell

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A Conversation with Dr. Fred Bell

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Date: Monday - December 18, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Fred Bell, Dr. Gabriel Cousens

Former NASA scientist and contactee, Dr. Fred Bell, discussed a variety of topics during Monday night's program.

Bell spoke about his current project involving the use of wireless transmitters to monitor cargo ships and containers via satellite. He provided updates on the situation in the Middle East, the US government's current remote viewing program and holography.

Bell also talked about scalar "death ray" weaponry, the bird flu, serotonin reuptake inhibitors, and chemtrails.

Diet, IQ & Diabetes

In the first hour, founder of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center, Gabriel Cousens M.D. commented on research that shows high IQs are linked to vegetarian diets, as well as addressed the health effects of exposure to depleted uranium. Cousens also presented info on reversing diabetes.

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