Diane D'Arrigo is the Radioactive Waste Project Director of the Nuclear Information & Resource Service (NIRS). Her main area of expertise is radioactive waste and radiation issues. In addition, she has considerable international experience. She has closely followed so-called "low-level" nuclear waste issues for decades, the national and international moves to deregulate nuclear waste that would allow it to be made into everyday household items and be dumped as regular trash. She has been with NIRS since 1986, has a degree in chemistry and environmental studies and work experience in analytical chemistry and biological research.
One of the most quoted authors in the field of Ufology, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jacques F. Vallee discussed his work on UFO phenomena, as well as his interest in remote viewing and parapsychology.More »
Dream interpreter Layne Dalfen talked about her dream analysis process and the benefits of nightmares. Followed by Michael Brein, aka "The Travel Psychologist," with tales of the paranormal and the strange.