Robert Piccioni

Robert Piccioni

Biography:

Dr. Robert L. Piccioni has introduced cutting-edge science to numerous non-scientific audiences, including school children and civic groups. He was guest lecturer on a National Geographic/Lindblad cruise. He has given invited talks at Harvard, Caltech, and Stanford University, and is presently giving an eight-week course on Einstein’s theories at the Osher Institute, an adult education program, at California State University at Channel Islands.

Dr. Piccioni has a B.S. in Physics from Caltech, a Ph.D. in High Energy Physics from Stanford University, was a faculty member at Harvard University and did research at the Stanford Linear Accelerator in Palo Alto, Calif.

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  • Organized Crime/ Cosmos & Einstein

    In the first half, former member of the Columbo crime family, Sal Polisi, shared updates on organized crime, and talked about how he reinvented his life. In the latter half, lecturer at UCLA, Dr. Robert Piccioni, discussed the extraordinary odds required to form a universe...More »
  • Fallen Angels & Life in the Universe

    In the first half of the show, documentary filmmaker Ken Klein discussed his interpretation of biblical angels. In the second half, scientist Robert Piccioni talked about the extraordinary odds required to form our universe by chance.More »
  • Finance & Investment Analysis

    Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts spoke about the financial outlook. During the first half-hour,Robert Piccioni, Ph.D. argued against the notion that the development of life happened by chance.More »
  • Einstein, Physics, & the Universe

    Dr. Robert Piccioni discussed the life and work of Albert Einstein, as well as the Big Bang, dark matter, and cosmology. First hour guest, Dr. Sherri Tenpenny talked about vaccine concerns.More »

Last Night

75 Years After Roswell
75 Years After Roswell
UFO researchers Graeme Rendall and Richard Dolan spoke about the 75th anniversary of Roswell and the Kenneth Arnold 'flying saucer sighting, along with other cases from that era, and military cover-ups.
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