For the first time ever, researchers with the U.S. Geological Survey have been able to obtain video footage of everyday life from the point of view of an Alaskan polar bear. Obtained using a device known as a 'collar cam,' the video reveals surprising and previously unseen behavior from the animal such as dipping a frozen seal body into the water in a possible attempt to thaw a future meal as well as friendly interactions with another polar bear. The project is part of an ongoing study of how polar bears are reacting to the changing climate in the region. More here.
Douglas James Cottrell discussed his intuitive abilities, remote viewing, and conducted a live on-air RV experiment. Followed by author Marty Leeds, who talked about the mystical and mathematical properties of language.