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Timetraks & Merlin Project

Date: 10-16-13
Host: George Noory
Guests: Paul Guercio, George Hart, Katherine Albrecht

Futurist Paul Guercio and physicist George Hart of the Merlin Project discussed their software-based forecasting technology and the graphical snapshots of time, called Timetraks, it generates. Their charts won't tell you whether something is good or bad off hand, but you can triangulate several related dates for further interpretation. For instance, for Apple Computer, you can run the birth dates of Steve Jobs, the corporation, and important product release dates, "and if they all have timetraks going crazy with high activity at a given moment that tells you that's a moment in time to really pay attention to," Hart explained. "The timetraks for the United States indicated that this year and continuing for several years would be periods of extreme chaos and tension," he noted.

Looking at possible candidates for the 2016 US presidential election, Guercio doesn't see Hillary Clinton running, or landing in the primary if she does run. He predicts that it will be NJ Governor Christie vs. NY Governor Cuomo, with Rand Paul running as a third-party candidate (see charts below). Jeb Bush's timetrak during this time frame isn't going anywhere, he added. Guercio also cited the year 2021 as a time we might see a nuclear event, based on charts of when previous nuclear activity first occurred.

They also talked about their TimeTraks app available for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. Offered at 99 cents for a one-week trial, the app allows people to enter specific dates and view a graphical interface that shows how the peaks and valleys play out over a given time frame. It also includes many timetraks of celebrities and world events.

Supermarket Tracking

First hour guest, privacy advocate Katherine Albrecht reported on a supermarket's plan to track shoppers with "smart shelves" that are integrated with Microsoft Kinect technology which can detect their age, gender, and physical traits. Based on the shopper's specific demographic, the store might beam out an ad or message tailored to that person, she explained. The end game for this, she believes, is that stores want to charge different prices for different people, and customers will have to aim their cell phone at a product to get their specific price. She lamented that some stores are on their way to becoming diabolical "retail zoos" where customers are the exhibits.

News segment guests: Gerald Celente, Robert Zimmerman

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Merlin Timetraks 10/16/13

Paul Guercio and George Hart have provided several MERLIN TimetraksĀ® to accompany their appearance on the 10/16/13 program.

How to Read Timetraks
George W. Bush
Afghan War
Congress Passes Health Care
Obama 2nd Term
1st Tea Party National Rally
Bernanke

Links from the 4/13/13 program:

Bitcoin
Coast to Coast AM (April 14, 2013)
Election Pope Benedict XVI
Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Gov. Chris Christie
Gov. Jeb Bush
Gov. Rick Perry
Hillary Clinton
Kim Il Sung (Birthday)
Kim Jong Il (Funeral)
Kim Jong Un
Kim Jong Un Appointed First Secretary
Kim Jong Un Appointed Supreme Commander of Army
Rep. Paul Ryan
Sen. Marco Rubio
Sen. Rand Paul
United States of America
VP Joe Biden

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