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2012 & North Pole Expedition

Date: 07-02-08
Host: George Noory
Guests: Brooks Agnew, Bill Mumy

Doctor of Physics, Brooks Agnew discussed possible cataclysms that may occur around 2012, and offered an update on his planned North Pole Inner Earth Expedition. The current timetable is to embark on the expedition in August 2009, traveling to the Arctic region aboard a nuclear powered icebreaker. A helicopter and ship stored in the icebreaker will be used to advance scout for a hole that might exist in the curvature of the crust, he detailed.

Agnew said ancient Mesoamericans described visits from the 'Shining Ones'-- possible ETs, who may have given them the knowledge of astronomy, architecture and agriculture. One of the Mayans' complex calendrical systems ends in 2012, coinciding with the Earth aligning with a black hole in the center of the galaxy, he outlined. This positioning will cause planets to heat up in the solar system, and potentially wreak havoc with our climate, he said.

A pole shift could take place within a short time period-- 3 to 5 days, and the reversal of Northern and Southern hemispheric patterns could set up a "global superstorm," with 300 mph winds lasting up to a month, Agnew warned.

Bill Mumy 'In Studio'

First hour guest, actor/musician Bill Mumy made an in-studio appearance talking about his career and music (his new CD is called Circular). He discussed acting in Twilight Zone episodes as a youngster, and noted that Rod Serling was always a relaxing and fun presence on the set.

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Bumper music from Wednesday July 02, 2008

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