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Timetrak Predictions

Earthfiles investigative reporter, Linda Moulton Howe discussed the continuing rumbling sounds in Windsor, Ontario; a retired Naval flight engineer's experiences in Antarctica that included the retrieval of 15 scientists after a 2-week-disappearance in 1994; a whistleblower who described seeing a photo of non-human construction inside a moon crater; and another whistleblower going on the record about the alterations of two different images.

First hour guest, former professor of climatology, Tim Ball, responded to a viral video of the jet stream crossing the equator.

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Timetrak Predictions

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Date: Saturday - January 7, 2012
Host: John B. Wells
Guests: Paul Guercio, George Hart

Kicking off his new Saturday night berth, John B. Wells (email) welcomed futurist Paul Guercio and physicist George Hart of the Merlin Project for a discussion about their Timetrak technology, which reveals future trends and changes, as well as information about the election, the economy, war, and climate.

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ISS Next to the Moon

ISS Next to the Moon

A NASA photographer snapped an amazing image of the International Space Station next to the Moon. Though the objects look close enough to collide, the Moon is some 200,000 miles away from the Station. The photographer, Lauren Harnett, used an ordinary digital SLR camera to capture the striking scene 240 miles above her head. More at Mail Online.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Saturday January 07, 2012

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