Daniel Durda is a planetary scientist with the Southwest Research Institute. He has authored 68 scientific publications on the subject of the collisional and dynamical evolution of main-belt and near-Earth asteroids, Kuiper belt comets, and interplanetary dust; airborne observations of planetary occultations; the formation and observational detection of asteroidal satellites; the size distribution of dust from the catastrophic disruption of meteoritic samples; and the global distribution of ejecta from the Chicxulub impact crater.
In the first half of the program, planetary scientist Daniel Durda discussed how asteroids could benefit the human race by providing minerals via deep space mining as well as the various scenarios which could play out if an asteroid impacted the Earth. In the latter half,...More »
In the first half, planetary scientist Daniel Durda talked about Near Earth asteroids, and the possibility of a mid-sized one, 2012 DA14, hitting us in 2013. The 150 ft. wide object (much smaller than Apophis) won't collide with Earth when it makes a close approach on Feb. 15th,...More »
Walter Semkiw MD discussed his work on reincarnation, and past lives, featured on the new IISIS.netwebsite. IISIS is a nonprofit dedicated to reincarnation research and in particular, to disseminating the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson, who spent 40 years traveling around the world,...More »
Alternative media activist Alex Jones shared his personal history, and how he became consumed with exposing the forces controlling world events, and working to preserve personal freedoms. First hour guest, planetary scientist Daniel Durda talked about an asteroid passing...More »
One of the world’s most respected authorities on alien phenomena, Timothy Good, discussed the staggering evidence for UFOs, and the possible colonization of Earth by extraterrestrials. First hour guest, planetary scientist Dan Durda talked about asteroids.More »
A former geophysicist and college professor,Stephen C. Meyer argued for the existence of intelligent design based upon DNA, and scientific evidence from such fields as biology, physics, chemistry, and cosmology. First hour guest, planetary scientist Dan Durda talked about...More »