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Coast Memories Part 1

Apr 13, 2009

We're happy to feature the first half of some of the responses we received, in our call for people to share their favorite or most memorable show moments from 2004.

Transcript Excerpts: Dr. Leir

Apr 13, 2009

On Tuesday night, alien implant researcher Dr. Roger Leir (pictured) joined Streamlink members for a fascinating one-hour Q & A on his research. Below are some excerpts; members can view the entire transcript.Guest Is there anything positive about alien...

Antigravity Video Clips

Apr 13, 2009

Tim Ventura (pictured) has sent us the following video clips, most set to music, in tandem with the presentation: Antigravity Mix:Win | RealLifter Technology:Win | Real450-Caliber Railgun:Win | RealHutchison Effect:Win | RealInertial Lifter:Win | Real

The Far-Flung Future

Apr 13, 2009

In a special issue of Astronomy magazine, Steve Nadis ponders the long-term fate of not only our galaxy, but of the universe itself, based on recent data. By projecting from the currently accepted model that the universe is constantly expanding, some...

Tsunami Coverage

Apr 13, 2009

Slide Show-- NBC10 Video Reports-- MSNBC Map & Graphics-- BBC News Witness Account-- Wash. Post Witness Account-- BBC News

Biggest Quake in 40 Years

Apr 13, 2009

Today's 9.0 quake that struck off the island of Sumatra in Indonesia, and triggered tsunamis in Southern Asia, was the 4th strongest earthquake since 1900. Here are the top 5 quakes in that time period:1. Chile—1960—9.52. Alaska—1964—9.2 3. Aleutian...

An Ebejeebies X-Mas

Those wacky "aliens with issues" are back in a new adventure. Check out the Ebejeebies X-Mas Festive Holiday Special, courtesy of Mike Majestic, Jeff Lilly and vulnepro.com.

Hollow Earth Graphics

Apr 13, 2009

Rodney Cluff has sent us some images related to his presentation. Pictured (click for larger) is a diagram depicting the Hollow Earth. The North Polar Opening is shown in this computer illustration and on this map.

Graham Phillips Images

Apr 13, 2009

Graham Phillips, pictured holding an ancient artifact, has sent us several images he will be referencing in his presentation. Click here to view.

A Multitude of Robots

Apr 13, 2009

Robots are now made for a large number of purposes—spanning across industrial, medical, military and entertainment realms. The Czechoslovakian playwright Karel Capek first introduced the term "robot" in 1920 for his play R.U.R. Here are some online...

Indoor Paradise

Apr 13, 2009

Inside a hangar that formerly housed zeppelins, a tropical paradise has been created. The new indoor leisure resort, an hour's drive from Berlin, Germany, offers a respite from the frigid winter with its warm temperatures, palm trees and sandy beaches....

Criswell Predicts

Apr 13, 2009

In tandem with the kick-off of our Predictions 2005 shows, we revisit a few of the forecasts made by the late Hollywood psychic known as Criswell. Proffering his predictions on TV in the 1950's and 60's on such shows as Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin, and...

Nuclear Recycling

Apr 13, 2009

Saturday's main guest, nuclear physicist Dr. Charles Till, helped develop the Integral Fast Reactor (IFR) at Argonne National Laboratory in the mid-'80s. The IFR, unlike conventional nuclear reactors, was designed to burn its own waste as fuel, as well as...

Fun $1 Facts

Apr 13, 2009

The following dollar bill trivia is from moneyfactory.com:The first $1 notes featured a portrait of Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase (1861-1864). George Washington's portrait first appeared on $1 notes in 1869. $1 notes make up 45% of all money...

Running Robot

Apr 13, 2009

Asimo, the robot made by Honda, is out in a new improved version that is able to run nearly 2 miles an hour (view a video). Among its other capabilities are walking up and down stairs and recognizing & responding to 50 different Japanese phrases, writes...

Tales of Lily Dale

Apr 13, 2009

Lily Dale is known as the town that talks to the dead. A Victorian village located in southwestern New York state, it was founded in 1879 and contains a large number of mediums and spiritualists. In Christine Wicker's book Lily Dale, in which she...

Meteor Shower

Apr 13, 2009

The annual Geminid meteor shower is peaking tonight. The meteors get their name from the constellation they appear to emanate from-- Gemini, the Twins. Because the moon is in a new phase, conditions for viewing should be ideal. In the earlier part of...

Dissolving Clouds

Apr 13, 2009

Coast listener Anita sent George instructions on how to dissolve clouds using the power of the mind:Pick a day when clouds are stable and don't change quickly.Choose one cloud from a group of small fluffy clouds.Concentrate on that one cloud and think to...

The Darwin Lights

Apr 13, 2009

Last week, residents of Darwin, Australia reported seeing flashing lights illuminating the night sky. A Northern Territory News article described the object as "shaped like three connected ball-shaped spheres that flashed blue, green and red from as many...

Mt. Adams UFO?

Apr 13, 2009

Dan Tilkin and the Web Staff at KATU TV in Portland, Oregon have put together a story about UFO activity around Trout Lake, Washington. Past Coast guest James Gilliland runs a ranch at the base of Mt. Adams in Trout Lake, and claims to have seen...

Proof of Past Lives?

Apr 13, 2009

Shanti Devi was born (or perhaps more accurately stated, reborn) in Delhi in 1926. When she was four years old she made a startling declaration to her family: "This is not my real home! I have a husband and a son in Mathura! I must return to them!"The...

Aliens In Mexico?

Apr 13, 2009

On March 5, while conducting anti-drug trafficking surveillance flights, pilots in the Mexican Air Force saw and captured on video a series of brightly lit, fast-moving objects flying over Campeche in the Yucatan peninsula. The objects were decteced via...

Anthropic Principle

Apr 13, 2009

In 1973, astrophysicist and cosmologist Brandon Carter of Cambridge University proposed the Anthropic Principle, a theory which attempts to explain why our solar system seems to be finely tuned for intelligent life. That is, the universe gives the...

Black Triangles

Apr 13, 2009

Over the years there have been numerous reports of huge, black, triangular objects, referred to as Big Black Deltas (BBDs), in the night skies above the United States. Some accounts estimate their size to be as much as 600 feet long by 300 feet wide, with...

Healing Symphony

Apr 13, 2009

During his 9/1/04 appearance on Coast, Stan Tenen played a composition by Daniel Gil titled The Creation Overture. According to Tenen, Gil possesses a deep understanding of the Torah (Hebrew Bible) and composes symphonies by assigning musical notes to...

Angels in DC?

Apr 13, 2009

Mysterious blue images (close-up on the left) were photographed hovering over a menorah lighting ceremony on Tuesday night in Washington D.C. The photographer, Carrie Devorah, who lost her brother in a terrorist bombing in Israel, wondered if the blue...

Mexican Saucer

Apr 13, 2009

Brian Vike of HBCC UFO Research shares this photo he received of a saucer-shaped craft in Mexico. For more photos and details of the incident, click here.

TV Addiction

Apr 13, 2009

"It wasn't until I became a teacher that I began to be driven crazy by TV," wrote John Taylor Gatto in an article for American Enterprise. He claimed that kids who were heavy TV watchers were often "malicious to each other and sunk in chronic boredom."...

Face Blindness

Apr 13, 2009

A strange medical disorder called prosopagnosia causes people to be unable to recognize faces. In severe cases they may not even recognize their own parents or children. Interestingly, research into the malady has uncovered that facial recognition is...

Bio-Nano Robotics

Apr 13, 2009

A team of Bio-Nano Robotics researchers from Rutgers and several other universities have created an animation showing how a nano-robot could theoretically travel inside the body and destroy harmful cells. More info here.Watch the video:WinCredit: Rutgers...

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