Author and investigative reporter Will Thomas presented his latest research on chemtrails and cell phone risks, as well as discussed his interest in an emerging air ship technology. A new lab analysis of chemtrail samples (from aerial spraying) done in Florida, found barium, aluminum and fibrous, salty crystals, he detailed. Barium and aluminum are highly reflective materials which are likely used to combat climate change and warming, he noted. However, an informant suggested a kind of biowarfare testing may be part of the chemtrail scenario, he revealed. Further, a recent German TV News report created an uproar over the use of chemtrails by the German Army.
Bob Rist with Ohio Airships appeared with Thomas during the third hour, to discuss the development of "dynalifters," a hybrid technology that adds wings to blimp-like structures to create heavier craft which are essentially "airplanes assisted by helium" (see images below). Rist said the ships are currently being developed to carry freight, but may eventually be used to transport passengers-- some 500-600 people could comfortably travel in an air ship.
66 studies have found an increased risk of brain cancer among cell phone users, Thomas stated. He warned that kids and teens who use cell phones now may be facing senility by the time they hit 30 or 40. Cordless phones and other wireless technologies also present dangers from the effects of electromagnetic radiation, he said.
First hour guest, numerologist Glynis McCants checked in with a mid-year update. Being in a #1 year [2 + 0 + 0 + 8 = 10, 1 + 0 = 1], it's all about fierce competition, she said. Accordingly, she believes there will be more drama concerning Obama & Clinton, possibly around Convention time. She also foresees an event surrounding China and the Olympics that will affect everyone.
Bob Rist of Ohio Airships sent us an image of their prototype. Click to enlarge.
Bumper music from Monday June 16, 2008