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Physics & Sci-Fi Science

First half guest Dr. Glen MacPherson has researched and documented a Hum heard by people all over the world. The sound is louder indoors than outdoors, and louder late at night than during the afternoon. In the more serious cases, the Hum can affect quality of life; in a number of documented instances, the torment of the noise has been life-altering. MacPherson shared the latest from his scientific investigation into the phenomenon, which seems to indicate that the culprit may be electromagnetic pollution by Very Low Frequency (VLF) waves. This was followed in the second half by Open Lines.

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Date: Saturday - February 10, 2007
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Jennifer Ouelette

Science writer and author Jennifer Ouelette joined Art for a discussion on a variety of advanced physics topics, including multiverse models, wormholes, the Big Bang, particle accelerators, mini-black holes and quantum mechanics.

Ouelette shared her thoughts on the existence of God, the nature of consciousness, global warming, and science education in America. She talked about her book, The Physics of the Buffyverse, which explores the use of science in the fictitious television world of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and its spin-off Angel. Ouelette also pondered time travel, telepathy, and announced plans for a forthcoming book about sound.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Saturday February 10, 2007

  • Time
    Alan Parsons Project
  • Time
    Hootie & the Blowfish
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