Prof. Paul Steinhardt explained his theory of how the universe is continually expanding and contracting, alternating between the "Big Bang" and the "Big Crunch." First hour guest, researcher Stan Deyo shared his opinion of a mysterious UFO video.
Jim Forbes, senior correspondent for the TV show Strange Universe, spoke to Art about the possibility of life on Saturn's moon Europa-- a place so strange "it makes the X-Files look normal." They also talked about asteroid impacts, and we would deal with such a cataclysm.
In this unscreened, Wild West-style Open Lines episode for which Art was well-known, callers debated the Montana Freemen, an anti-government group who were in an armed standoff with federal authorities at the time.
Cosmic Majority Founder Michael C. Luckman announced he may have discovered a new face on Mars, about 3,000 miles from the famous Sphinx-like face photographed by NASA. He said it's the closest we've come to proof that the planet was once inhabited by an intelligent civilization.
Researcher Neil Slade discussed how people can release the power of the amygdala and the brain’s neurocircuits for increases in creativity, intelligence, and even paranormal abilities such as psychokinesis. Previously at the Dormant Brain Research and Development Laboratory,...
In the first two hours of the show, Heber Jentzsch, president of the Church of Scientology International, outlined the basics of the organization's religious philosophy, including the belief that disease can be cured through psychological means. Scientology is not just dogma;...
In this Open Lines program, there was a great deal of talk about the upcoming election. The tax law overhaul proposed by candidate Steve Forbes was also discussed along with heated comments about tax laws and structure.
Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku spoke about the future of technology, and how computers will eventually be the size of dust particles, and how he believes that we are undergoing the “greatest transition in the human race” with the development of amazing technology.