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John Dvorak

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Biography:

Dr. John Dvorak received his PhD in planetary geophysics in 1979 from the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California. That was followed by 16 years working for the U.S. Geological Survey on earthquakes and volcanoes, including the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens and eruptions in Hawaii, Alaska, Italy, Central America and Indonesia. Currently, he operates one of the large telescopes at the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. His professional interests are far ranging, including earthquakes and volcanoes, as well as the flaring of comets, what scientific evidence there may be for life outside the solar system, and whether the multiverse can ever be proven to exist.

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Past shows:

Volcanoes & Earthquakes/ Soul Growth & Disclosure

In the first half, John Dvorak, Ph.D. discussed the history and science of volcanoes, as well as the latest news on seismic activity and tsunamis. In the latter half, filmmaker, author, and researcher David Wilcock shared spiritual information about soul growth,... More »

Earthquakes & Astronomy

John Dvorak, Ph.D. has studied volcanoes and earthquakes for the U.S. Geological Survey around the world and has written for various respected science journals. He discussed the ticking tectonic time bomb known as the San Andreas fault, as well as various volcanoes, and the... More »

Last Night

Head of Telescope Operations at the Arecibo Observatory, Angel Vazquez, discussed the history and collapse of the telescope. Followed by author Michael Jawer on emotions, sensitivity, and anomalous states.

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