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China, Technology & the Future

In the first half, clinical psychologist Joseph Gallenberger spoke about his work developing a program to raise the heart energy as a way to manifest healing and mind over matter.

In the latter half, Michael Horn, spokesperson for UFO contactee Billy Meier, reported that Meier began making prophecies as far back as 1958, and some of them uncannily resonate with the recent events in France.

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China, Technology & the Future

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Date: Thursday - January 25, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Charles Ostman

'Historian of the future,' Charles Ostman, touched on a variety of topics, including the recent incident with China, who destroyed one of their aging satellites with a missile last week, as well as China's active espionage program.

Ostman discussed the "badly miscalculated" War in Iraq, and the nuclear threat posed by Korea and Iran. Ostman expects that "we will have to do something to keep Iran from getting to far into its [nuclear] ambitions."

He also spoke about the vulnerability of U.S. electronic infrastructure, as well as next-gen weaponry, the importance of fostering American innovation, and the country's potential to become the world's leader in green-tech (alternative fuels, etc.).

During the 4th hour, George spoke briefly with Doreen Crain about her new book, My Son and an Alien!. which tells the story of her son, Area 51 microbiologist Dan Burisch. The remainder of the final hour featured Open Lines.

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Bumper music from Thursday January 25, 2007