Scott Portzline has done 40,000 pages of research on the Three Mile Island nuclear meltdown, which occurred in March 1979. Using that knowledge, Scott warned that the Fukushima plant was headed for an explosion and meltdown only 6 hours after the Fukushima tsunami. For 30 years he has researched sabotage and terrorism of nuclear power plants. His research has been recognized by the United States Department of Energy, the Department of Homeland Security and the various military branches.
In the first half, researcher of sabotage and terrorism of nuclear power plants, Scott Portzline covered recent news of ISIS targeting nuclear plants and the status of many distressed nuclear power plants in the US, and around the world. In the latter half, Canadian based...More »
A leading expert in alternative archaeology, Dr. Heather Lynn is a professional historian, archaeologist, member of the World Archaeological Congress, and president of the Society for Truth in Archaeological Research (STAR). She discussed a variety of her research topics...More »
Three nuclear energy experts (Scott Portzline, Arnie Gundersen, and Kevin Kamps) in separate hours, discussed the status of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the cover-ups of scientific data, as well as general issues about nuclear power, and nuclear waste. First hour...More »
John B. Wells was joined by four nuclear experts, Arnie Gundersen, Kristen Iversen, Steven Starr, and Scott Portzline, for a discussion on the real dangers of the Fukushima disaster, how nuclear power plants are being compromised, and the likelihood of a Fukushima-type incident...More »
John B. Wells was joined by Mike Adams, editor of Natural News, for a wide-ranging discussion on health and liberty related topics, including the globalist's agenda, population control, vaccinations, GMO foods, fluoride poisoning, and chemtrails. In the first hour, nuclear...More »
Edgar Cayce, America's famous "Sleeping Prophet," gave 68 "psychic readings"between 1925 to 1944 that provided information on America's Mound Buildersand ancient American history. Incredibly, nearly everything Cayce relatedabout the Mound Builders and the patterns of migrations...More »
Ian Punnett (Twitter) hosts journalist and editor Jesse Fink. He'll discuss the legendary rock band AC/DC, focusing on the Untold Story of Bon Scott and Back in Black. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.