Hakeem Oluseyi

Hakeem Oluseyi


Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi currently leads a research group at the Florida Institute of Technology that hacks stars to understand the fundamental interactions of plasmas and electromagnetic fields, developed new in-space propulsion technologies, and investigated Galactic structure and evolution. He also has begun working with the 100 Year Starship Project to help lay the groundwork for the first human mission to a nearby star systems.

On Science Channel he co-hosts Outrageous Acts of Science, How the Universe Works, Strip the Cosmos, Are We Alone?, and NASA's Unexplained Files. On Discovery International he co-hosts Deadly Dilemmas and You Have Been Warned. On National Geographic he hosted Evacuate Earth and its follow-up series How to Survive the End of the World. Dr. Oluseyi has also offered scientific expertise to news programs on CNN, NBC, MSNBC, and Fox News.


Past Shows:

  • Cutting Edge Space Exploration/ Brain Power

    In the first half, George spoke with Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, who talked about the evidence for the Big Bang and the possibilities of interstellar travel. In the third hour, brain boost teacher Neil Slade discussed how to release your brain's capacity for increases in creativity and...More »

Last Night

JFK Assassination Revelations / UFOs & Space Communications
JFK Assassination Revelations / UFOs & Space Communications
JFK assassination expert James DiEugenio discussed the new film, "JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass." Followed by researcher David Sereda and amateur radio expert Jimmy Blanchette on receiving communications from outer space.
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