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Future Trends

"We're all architects of our future because of decisions we've made along the way," said Gerald Celente, the main guest on Tuesday's show. The founder of the Trends Research Institute, Celente described himself as a "political...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Gerald Celente, Dr. Sky

Future of the Space Program

Author and amateur astronomer Phil Harrington joined Barbara on Sunday night to discuss the future for NASA and the Space program. He believes changes in the space fleet and the internal structure of NASA are necessary.

Host: Barbara Simpson
Guest(s): Phil Harrington

Privacy & Technology

"We're probably living in a golden age;" people in the future, to us, "will be a slave civilization," said Lauren Weinstein, the creator of the PRIVACY Forum. Weinstein warned of the increasing erosion of privacy rights fueled...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Lauren Weinstein

Tesla & Atlantis

Physicist James McCanney talked about his new book Atlantis to Tesla. He believes Tesla had access to the mysterious Kolbrin Bible while growing up, and this may have impacted his later ideas. This bible, McCanney said, describes massive...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): James McCanney, Richard C. Hoagland

Shift to Hydrogen

"Both utopia and oblivion are developing simultaneously," said renewable energy advocate Harry Braun, the guest on Wednesday's show. Braun believes if we could shift from fossil fuels to hydrogen, many of the Earth's most dire problems...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Harry Braun

Mars & Exploded Planets

"There is evidence that the solar system started out with 12 planets of which only six remain today," said maverick astronomer Tom Van Flandern (metaresearch.org) when he appeared on Monday's show. Van Flandern was speaking about his...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Tom VanFlandern

The Hutchison Effect

The "jellification" of metal and the levitation of objects were brought about by the "Hutchison Effect," explained Canadian-based inventor John Hutchison, Art Bell's guest on Friday's night. Using such items as Tesla coils and...

Host: Art Bell
Guest(s): John Hutchison, Linda Moulton Howe

Physics and Life

Physicist Leonard Mlodinow, was Barbara's guest on Sunday night. He discussed his book Feynman's Rainbow, which draws on his extensive and lively conversations with Richard Feynman, the legendary Nobel Prize Winner.

Host: Barbara Simpson
Guest(s): Leonard Mlodinow

Brookhaven Experiments

Wade Gordon was the guest for the middle portion of Wednesday's show. Gordon revisited his strange childhood experiences, describing a kind of tutelage he underwent at the Brookhaven Lab in Long Island via military staff who were related to his...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Wade Gordon

Friday the 13th Open Lines

Not only was this past Friday night, the 13th day of the month, but it was also nearly a full moon. Accordingly, callers were all over the map with tales of both aliens and ghosts in high schools, 4-ft. dogs, transparent wolves, and a woman...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): James McCanney

Electronic Harassment

Roger Tolces, a private investigator, who specializes in surveillance countermeasures, was the guest on Thursday's show. He outlined a variety of ways in which US citizens' privacy rights have been eroded since the passing of the Patriot Act....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Roger Tolces

Reverse Messages

"I believe there's a storytelling process that is unfolding," said Jon Kelly about his recordings of human speech played in reverse. A professional speech analyst, Kelly suggested his recordings of some of today's leading newsmakers...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Jon Kelly

500 Years into the Future

"500 years from now the average life span will be 800 years," said futurist Watts Wacker (firstmatter.com) who appeared on Monday night's show. He commented that silicon and carbon are beginning to fuse and that the "Six Million...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Watts Wacker, Robert Cohen

Time Travelin' with Art

Special guest host Art Bell returned to the Friday program for a night of Open Lines. On his specially designated Time Travel line, a variety of callers presented their forays both into the past and the future. Nunnehi (Cherokee for "The...

Host: Art Bell

Nibiru & Crop Circles

"I'm a guy who just likes to connect the dots," said publisher and writer Marshall Masters, who appeared on Tuesday's program. Through his website, Masters and his associates explore non-mainstream science topics such as Nibiru and crop...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Marshall Masters

ETs and Government Knowledge

"This is the biggest story in human history," said Retired Command Sergeant Major Robert O. Dean (beyondzebra.com), the main guest on Wednesday's program. He was referring to the extraterrestrial presence on this planet, which he first...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Robert O. Dean, Richard C. Hoagland

The Chemtrail Controversy

Former research scientist Clifford Carnicom joined Barbara on Saturday night for a discussion about chemtrails and their effects on the public and the environment.

Host: Barbara Simpson
Guest(s): Clifford Carnicom

Planet X Theories

Theoretical physicist James McCanney appeared in the first half of Friday night's show to discuss his ideas about Planet X. While he doesn't subscribe to the notion that a rogue planet is headed this way in the next several weeks, he does believe...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): James McCanney

The Great Planet X Debate

A debate was held on Tuesday night with astronomer Phil Plait and alien contactee Nancy Lieder. Lieder believes that in the next couple of weeks a 'Planet X' will pass close enough to the Earth to cause a pole shift and spur many disasters, while...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Phil Plait, Nancy Lieder

Demise of Humankind?

Astrophysicist Sir Martin Rees, the main guest on Monday night, discussed his new book Our Final Hour, which advances an alarming thesis: the odds are no better than 50/50 that our species will survive to the end of the twenty-first century.

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Sir Martin Rees, Richard C. Hoagland

Biting Open Lines

During the second half of Friday's show the lines were snapping when George asked for tales of being bitten by animals or insects. One man reported being attacked by a swarm of yellow jackets as he drove his car at high speed along the highway....

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Richard C. Hoagland, Joshua P. Warren

Untold History

Author Richard Pasichnyk joined Barbara on Saturday night. Drawing from his more than 20 years researching the natural and physical sciences, he presented his view of the untold history of our planet.

Host: Barbara Simpson
Guest(s): Richard Pasichnyk

Altered States

"Psychic phenomena shows there's something about the mind that transcends the brain," said internationally known parapsychologist Charles Tart Ph.D., who was Tuesday night's guest. Touching on his research into altered states,...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Dr. Charles Tart, John M. Curtis

Humans and Artificial Intelligence

Former NOAA research scientist Thomas Georges was Barbara's guest on Sunday evening. The author of the book Digital Soul, Georges discussed AI (artificial intelligence) and the kinds of decisions people will need to make surrounding the...

Host: Barbara Simpson
Guest(s): Thomas Georges

Here Comes X

Alien contactee Nancy Lieder joined George for the first half of Friday night's show with an update on Planet X, which she believes is drawing ever nearer to the Earth. She reports that X, which she also referred to as a "brown dwarf,"...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): Nancy Lieder

Comets & Planets

James Mc Canney, a researcher of Celestial Mechanics and Plasma Physics, was Monday night's guest. Comets are not dirty snowballs but "electrical vacuum cleaners that are drawing in material, and the big ones can retain material with their...

Host: George Noory
Guest(s): James McCanney

Programmable Matter

An aerospace engineer, sci-fi novelist and science columnist, Wil McCarthy was Art's main guest on Friday night. He discussed forthcoming technologies involving "programmable matter," which could take the form of "quantum...

Host: Art Bell
Guest(s): Wil McCarthy, Linda Moulton Howe
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