Charles Ostman is a senior fellow at the Institute for Global Futures and serves with the management team of Fourth Venture. Charles is also chair of the NanoElectronics and Photonics Forum of NanoSig., senior consultant with Silicon Valley Nano Ventures, and serves on the scientific advisory board of Legendary Pharmaceuticals. He is an active participant with the Millennium Project for Global Futures Studies and Research, of the American Council for the United Nations University. He has authored numerous technical papers and published articles, lectures frequently around the country and abroad, and has contributed content featured in a number of books.
He has been a featured guest and speaker in a diverse variety of nationally broadcast television and radio programs. Charles has 25+ years experience in the fields of electronics, materials science, computing and artificial intelligence, including eight years at Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Roger Tolces, a private investigator specializing in electronic counter-measures, spoke about ways the United States is being brought down by multinational corporations. He also talked about energy medicine treatments.
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Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed the current cases his agency is working on, as well as provided updates on sunspot activity and military events around the world, including a possible terrorist attack on the U.S. in which fuel-air weapons are to be employed.
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Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to July 22, 1997, for a show featuring Leonard Nimoy from Star Trek, plus Open Line calls about nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, and an interview with Charles Ostman.
In the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed historian of the future Charles Ostman, who discussed how the spiral in Norway could be evidence of a covert space race. The latter half of the show was devoted to Open Lines.
A replay from 10/20/07 was featured with paranormal investigator Christopher Moon talking about his work with 'Frank's Box.' The first hour guest was Charles Ostman. Note:George Knapp will return next Sunday for his originally scheduled interview with Stanton Friedman.
Appearing during the first hour and a half of the program, UFO researcher Ed Grimsley was joined by technology analyst Charles Ostman to discuss incredible UFO sightings and battles seen using night vision goggles. "They're so unbelievable that I want the world to know they're there and I want the world to see the truth," said Grimsley, who introduced Ostman to the concept of... More »
Appearing during the first three hours, 'Historian of the future' Charles Ostman discussed coming technologies and how they affect geopolitics. An important growth area will be zero gravity environments in space, which can be used to manufacture materials such as crystallized proteins, and specific molecular structures, he detailed. Yet, he warned that Russia, China and India have formed an... More »
Paranormal investigator and editor of Haunted Times Magazine, Christopher Moon discussed his work with the 'Telephone to the Dead' (Frank's Box), a device that purportedly allows real time two-way communication with the spirit world.
'Historian of the future,' Charles Ostman, touched on a variety of topics, including the recent incident with China, who destroyed one of their aging satellites with a missile last week, as well as China's active espionage program.
Filling in for Art Bell, Ian Punnett welcomed 'Historian of the Future' Charles Ostman, who revealed that mankind is approaching a transitional threshold, an Evolutionary Event Horizon, that will require us to either raise our spiritual maturity or face self-destruction.
Journalist Douglas Mulhall and 'historian of the future,' Charles Ostman addressed ways in which nanotechnology and other cutting edge approaches can be used to protect and evolve human existence. Mulhall, who appeared first, noted that the St. Louis area (where the New Madrid fault is located) is possibly due for a huge quake, and that buildings aren't prepared for it. New nanotech... More »
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults revealed the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence and virtual reality. Artificial brains that combine biological and computer elements are being developed, as well as 'robotic animals' such as live rats that can be remote controlled to search wreckage, he reported.
Technological trends advisor Charles Ostman discussed both the progress and dangers of nanotechnology and other developments. Nanotech, the ability to manipulate matter at the atomic level, can offer spectacular breakthroughs, but it could also be used as a horrible weapon, he said.
Dr. Stephen LaBerge,the founder of theLucidity Institute, discussed how lucid dreaming can enhance individual lives. The ability to realize one is in a dream while still in the dream state creates great opportunities for self-development and fulfillment, he said.Lucid dreaming is similar to the Tibetan "yoga of the dream state," which utilizes the experiences as a means to... More »
Historian of the future, Charles Ostman returned to the show to discuss the latest developments in nanotechnology. The technology, which involves the manipulation of matter at the molecular level, has really taken off and there are now over 1,000 companies involved in the field, he said. Some applications can be used to create electricity, such as a laminated organic material that can be... More »
Historian of the future, Charles Ostman discussed nanotechnology, AI and other breakthrough concepts. Among the latest innovations he mentioned are "nano barcodes," in which a product can be sprinkled with tracking devices on a molecular scale. Video games, he said, are moving towards a completely immersive... More »
During Saturday night's show, guest host Barbara Simpson interviewed "historian of the future" Charles Ostman about nanotechnology, biotechnology, infotechnology, and the possibilities associated with breakthroughs in each of these areas.