Geologist Jim Berkland was suspended from a California Government Geology Job when he made a prediction that a major quake would occur during the 1989 World Series in the Oakland Bay Area. It hit and the government told him to not make any more predictions. Now that he is retired, he publicly states quake windows. Mr. Berkland uses tidal flooding tables based upon Lunar Perigee (time when the moon is closest to earth to affect more gravitational pull on the earth).
Filling in for George Knapp, Ian Punnett was joined, for the latter half of the program, by Bigfoot researcher David Paulides and forensic artist Harvey Pratt for a discussion on the relationship between Native American cultures and Bigfoot as well as their... More »
Energy journalist Jim Norman argued that the United States manipulates the price of oil as a kind of economic weapon. Appearing in the last hour, geologist Jim Berkland commented on the recent swarm of quakes at Yellowstone.
Astronomer and author Jeffrey Bennett discussed possibilities for life in the universe, as well as space travel and exploration. A functioning space elevator, a concept first proposed by Arthur C. Clarke, is described in one of Bennett's books. The docking station would be positioned in geosynchronous orbit with a cable attached to the earth. Traveling at 800mph, the elevator ride would... More »
Author Richard Florida discussed his work analyzing and predicting trends in cities, housing, economy, work, and lifestyle. Choosing the right city to live in plays an important role in a person's happiness and success, he said, noting that job markets are becoming more concentrated in specific areas. He also pointed out that we are seeing the development of "mega-regions" such as... More »
Second hour guest, an expert in Earth's energy systems, Micheal Sunanda spoke about climate, agriculture, and Earth changes. An advocate for permaculture (sustainable living), he suggested that modern farming and deforestation are contributing factors to climate change. Further, he contended that farming methods are causing foods to become too acidic, which makes people sick. He recommended... More »
During the middle two hours, Irish writer and filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan discussed his investigation into the many unsolved questions in the assassination of Robert Kennedy, which occurred 40 years ago on June 6, 1968. In the beginning everyone assumed Sirhan Sirhan did it and it was an open and shut case, but later evidence to the contrary began to emerge, he detailed. Sirhan had scrawled... More »
Angel communicator Ann Albers discussed mystical dimensions, evolved spiritual beings, and demonic entities.Angels are like the nerve signals of the universe, and can be thought of as frequency beings, she said. Demons, in contrast, are disconnected from the field, and consciously and maliciously seek to foster negative emotions. A good way to disengage from demons is to not indulge or... More »
Scientific researcher of ancient artifacts, Richard Shafsky discussed his work with the Mayan crystal skull and how it has conveyed important information about Earth history and changes. He was first introduced to the Mayan skull in the 1970's via a Mayan shaman, whom he said entrusted him to protect and share the wisdom of the artifact. Aware of a total of nine ancient crystal skulls... More »
Founder and director of the Georgia Ghost Society, Bob Hunnicutt joined the program to discuss his 18 years of research into haunted Southern residences, businesses and historical landmarks. Despite the areaâs rich history, he said, the Southâs many haunted locations have been, until recently, overlooked and that Southern ghost hunting groups are "breaking new ground... More »
A group of experts discussed earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and climate change, and shared their predictions as to what we might expect in 2008 and beyond. First,geologist Jim Berkland and author/earthquake 'sensitive' Cal Orey spoke about quakes and weather cycles. Berkland noted that there's a relationship between earthquakes and heavy rain/snow, which can cause loading to the crust.... More »
Rogue Egyptologist John Anthony West shared theories, evidence, and interpretation regarding the Sphinx and the pyramids at Giza. It's "deep heresy" to today's scientific establishment that an ancient civilization had skills that surpass our own-- yet that is what they must have had to make these awe-inspiring structures, he argued.
Author Brad Steiger returned to share unusual stories related to animals. He described: A family in Germany that has kept a pet eel in their bathtub for 34 years-- the eel gained fame appearing on pet food TV commercials. Judy the terrier, who fell down a rabbit hole, and survived being trapped there for five weeks. Sissy, a cat that lives at a hospice, who uncannily only jumps on the bed... More »
Geologist Jim Berkland, preparedness expert Stan Deyo, and physicist James McCanney joined together for a roundtable discussion on current and upcoming earth changes. The panelists concurred that there is a correlation between solar activity and earthquakes, weather and other planetary phenomena.
Documentary film maker and author, Jon Ronson spoke about his investigation into the US military's strange experiments with the paranormal. At the "Goat Lab," tests were made to see if people could kill animals by simply staring at them. One man, Guy Savelli, who Ronson interviewed, told him that he was able to knock down one of the goats through remote influencing.
Author Michael Cremo returned to the show to discuss both his archaeological research and his thesis that mankind has devolved from a higher state of pure consciousness. Humans are multidimensional and made up of three elements, he said-- ”ordinary matter, subtle mind, and consciousness.
Geologist Jim Berkland returned to the show, offering his analysis of planetary seismic activity. The recent series of quakes off the American Northwest are being caused by magma coming up from the water, which is typical for an active ridge, he said.
Founder and President of Ramtha's School of Enlightenment, JZ Knight, shared her story and experiences connected with the channeling of a 35,000 year old warrior from the lost continent of Lemuria called Ramtha. He first made himself known to her "in my kitchen in Tacoma, WA in 1977," she said. Knight described leaving her body... More »
Psychic Sylvia Browne returned to the show to share her predictions for 2005 and beyond. "I think we're going to see more and more of these," she said of the recent quake and tsunami in Indonesia. "We're going to have these terrible eruptions everywhereâ€”we're in a polar tilt." She believes we only have about "80 more years left" before life as we know it... More »
Main guest, planetary scientist Dr. Dan Durda discussed asteroid Toutatis as well as other developments in the solar system. This is its closest pass since 1353, and it won't be this close again until 2562, he said of the asteroid... More »
Former astronaut and scientist Brian O'Leary, founder of the New Energy Movement, discussed the research and development going into solving the global energy crisis, and reasons we need to move immediately towards "new energy."
Katherine Albrecht, the founder of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering, shared her research on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products. The small tags which emit identifying signals, are being pitched by major retailers to replace bar codes, and the marketing applications are "quite chilling,"... More »
Joe Bullard shared his research into the fascinating history behind Coral Castle and its builder, Ed Leedskalnin. After being jilted by his young fiance, Agnes, in his native Latvia, Leedskalnin eventually moved to the US, where he was diagnosed with terminal tuberculosis. However, Bullard noted that Ed was eventually given a... More »
Astronomer and author Ken Croswell joined guest host Barbara Simpson for a discussion about Mars. Because the red planet's ancient geologic history is better preserved than Earth's, Mars could offer significant clues as to how life evolved on our planet, Croswell said.
UFO and Bigfoot researcher, Stan Gordon shared accounts of his first hand investigations of strange events that occurred in Pennsylvania in the 1970's. In the summer of 1973 he said there was one of the largest outbreak of Bigfoot sightings in history, over a seven-county area.
The first half of the program featured geologist and earthquake predictor Jim Berkland who said we are just about to enter a "seismic window," i.e. a period of greater likelihood for quake activity. Correlated with the start of the new moon, he said a 140 mile range from both San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as the... More »
Friday Night Open Lines was punctuated by a special topic hotline, inviting those who have captured an alien or alien craft to call in. It's 4ft. tall, red, and has black eyes and sharp teeth, a Pennsylvania caller said of the creature he was keeping in a large dog cage. Bob from Georgia revealed he was keeping a small diamond-shaped sphere in his garage. He found the glowing green metallic... More »
"We may be the stepping stone to an entirely new type of species that either co-exists with us or replaces us," said Douglas Mulhall, George's guest on Tuesday night. Mulhall, an expert on the transformative role of nanotechnology and artificial intelligence believes there could be a sudden evolutionary leap to a new... More »