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Reptoids Update

Date: 07-09-07
Host: George Noory
Guests: John Rhodes, Brandon Scott, William R. Alschuler

'Crypto Hunter' John Rhodes returned for a discussion on reptilian humanoids. Because such life forms could exist underground, we wouldn't typically see them, though explorer Bonnie Crystal found bipedal reptilian tracks in a deep cave in Mexico, he reported. Theorizing that intelligent "reptoids" evolved from dinosaurs, he cited the work of paleontologist Dale Russell who hypothesized what a dinosaur might look like if they had continued to evolve.

Reptoids can come in a variety of sizes and temperaments, with the larger ones having a 3-4 inch claw sticking out of their fingers, he noted. Some live primitively in caverns, others have sophisticated habitats underground, said Rhodes, who added that they have several different communication styles including high-pitched frequencies, clicking sounds, and plasma exchanges.

Rhodes also touched on his research into underground transportation systems. The Rand Corporation prepared reports in the 1970s that outlined how a 14,000 mph vacuum tube-shuttle network could be developed, that would transport passengers from coast to coast in just 21 minutes. For more, see this article from his website.

Alien Secrets

In the first half-hour, actor/magician Brandon Scott spoke about his new film Alien Secrets, a comedic look at the alien-hybrid mystery. He was joined by astronomer William R. Alschuler who doubted that alien-human hybrids could physically exist.

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