Psychophysiologist Dr. Stephen La Berge joined his associate at the Lucidity Institute, Dominick Attisani, to discuss how science is researching consciousness via the laboratory of the mind and lucid dreaming.
Engineer, scientist, and author Maurice Cotterell shared his theories gleaned from the codes of ancient civilizations and also touched on his recent work on gravity. The universe, he said, is here to facilitate God's growth.
In the first hour, Art chatted with Whitley Strieber about the current UFO flap. Nick Pope, who used to run the British Government's UFO Project, joined Art for the remainder of the program for a discussion about the current state of ufology and...
Investigative journalist George Knapp and researcher Colm Kelleher discussed their book Hunt for the Skinwalker, which chronicles bizarre paranormal events that were scientifically studied at a ranch in Utah.
Science writer and author Jennifer Ouelette joined Art for a discussion on a variety of advanced physics topics, including multiverse models, wormholes, the Big Bang, particle accelerators, mini-black holes and quantum mechanics.
Author and associate professor at NYU, Charles Seife returned for a second consecutive weekend to discuss a variety of scientific and philosophical topics, including the beginning of the universe, immortality, genetic determinism, quantum...
Author and associate Professor at NYU, Charles Seife discussed parallel universes, black holes, and quantum mechanics and how the concepts of information are in and of themselves, physically shaping the Universe.
Art Bell hosted Part II of his Annual Predictions Show, with callers invited to share one event they see coming in 2007. Here's what some of them had to say: Katherine said one of the Supreme Court justices will resign due to a personal scandal....
Art Bell welcomed author Graham Hancock who shared his thesis on how "supernatural" beings interacted with human consciousness from ancient to current times.These entities, who have been known by such names as spirits, fairies and aliens
Filling in for George Noory, Art Bell hosted a night of Open Lines. Inspired by a plotline in the Dean Koontz book Life Expectancy, Art picked out the subject of Best & Worst Days for callers to share.