Douglas Mulhall

Douglas Mulhall


Douglas Mulhall is a leading nanotechnology journalist, an award winning documentary filmmaker, and broadcast executive. Douglas has also led at least one other life as a pioneer in scientific research. His landmark book, Our Molecular Future, describes powerful new tools to save the globalized economy from "nature's time bombs." That cutting edge approach is reaffirmed with a new co-authored book, The Calcium Bomb, about a nanobacteria link to heart disease and cancer that is shaking the medical world.

It describes the discovery and treatment of a previously undetectable infection in arthritis, heart disease, and other widespread illnesses. The link between these two books is the use of radical nanotechnologies to help us survive nature's wrath; at the mega-scale from earthquakes and climate changes, and at the nano-scale from new infections.



Past Shows:

  • Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

    Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returned to 7/10/02, when Douglas Mulhall described the changes coming from nanotechnology and robots.More »
  • Nanotechnology

    Journalist and author Douglas Mulhall discussed the latest developments in nanotechnology, a science he describes as "a basic technological building block on which a whole new societal range of technologies are being developed." According to Mulhall, the convergence of several...More »
  • True Life & Death Tales

    Forensic pathologist, Dr. Janis Amatuzio, who is known as the "compassionate coroner," shared real life stories of synchronicities, visions and experiences she has heard from patients and loved ones of the deceased. These tales have left her with the belief that death is not the...More »

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Facebook Censorship / North Carolina Haunting
Facebook Censorship / North Carolina Haunting
Whistleblower Ryan Hartwig discussed his time working as a content moderator on Facebook. Author Kent Heckenlively joined the conversation. Followed by Lynn Monet on her experiences in a haunted house in North Carolina.
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