John Brandenburg, PhD is a plasma physicist. He did his graduate work in California at Lawrence Livermore National Lab in controlled plasmas for fusion power, and has worked in defense, energy, and space research. Dr. Brandenburg was also part of the Clementine Mission to the Moon which discovered water at the Moon's poles. However, the focus of Brandenburg's scientific career has been to complete the great effort of Einstein to unify the two long range forces of nature, gravity and electromagnetism.
In the first half, plasma physicist John Brandenburg, PhD, discussed why he believes a faction of the government wants controversial images of lost civilizations and nuclear weapon signatures on Mars to be released to the public in order to build support for a manned mission... More »
John Brandenburg, PhD is a plasma physicist who has worked in defense, energy, and space research. In the first half, he discussed evidence for an ancient civilization on Mars and its destruction in a massive nuclear holocaust. He argues that this destruction came from an... More »
John Brandenburg, PhD, a plasma physicist, discussed data he presented at the prestigious Lunar and Planetary Science Conference on evidence for nuclear detonations on Mars, in the first half. In the latter half, UFO researcher Kevin D. Randle spoke about his involvement... More »
In this special evening, five guests (Mike Bara, John Brandenburg, George Haas & J.P. Levasseur, and Michael Salla) discussed anomalies and possible ancient artifacts on Mars. More »
C2C Science Advisor and head of the Enterprise Mission, Richard C. Hoagland, discussed the successful landing of NASA's Curiosity Rover on the surface of Mars. Over the course of the program, he was joined by plasma physicist Dr. John Brandenburg, aerospace engineer Dr.... More »
Continuing Einstein's quest for a Unified Field Theory, plasma physicist Dr. John Brandenburg presented his theory which connects gravity and electromagnetism. First hour guest, physicist James McCanney talked about Comet Elenin, and other space-related topics. More »