If you've been wondering when Back to the Future style hoverboards will finally arrive, your wait is over... sort of. French jet ski champion Franky Zapata has created a flying aquatic hoverboard capable of propelling riders high into the air at up to 23 miles per hour. A newly released promotional video shows a group of daredevils performing some truly remarkable stunts on the new hoverboard. Check it out 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.