Sir Charles Shults III worked at Martin Marietta Aerospace for 10 years on weapons systems and computer based automated test equipment. He wrote the nuclear EMP test software for the Pershing II missile system, worked on Patriot, the Copperhead tank killer, and Advanced Attack Helicopter systems. Charles has performed research under grant on nuclear fusion, was knighted and received a long term grant for his present research in robotics and artificial intelligence. He has written many technical publications and magazine articles on space, astronomy, the atmosphere, and space resource development. In addition, Charles has also appeared on several TV and radio programs.
In the first half, aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults discussed the rapid advances in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) and why some people fear they will dominate the available jobs for humans, as well as eventually gain an upper hand over humans..
In the first half, Prof. David M. Jacobs, spoke about his decades long research into the alien abduction phenomenon, and the conclusions he's drawn. He outlined his early interest in UFO sightings, and how he focused on alien abductions after he met Budd Hopkins.
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Author and historian John Man joined Ian Punnett for a discussion on the ninjas' origins over 1,000 years ago, through their heyday in the civil wars that ended with Japan’s unification in 1600, and how they re-emerged in World War II.
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Former member of the Columbo crime family, Sal Polisi, discussed his intimate knowledge of the Mafia, which he was involved in for 15 years, before he testified against John Gotti in 1984. The Mafia originally started out as a way for a group of Italian men to protect their own families, but eventually turned to money-making... More »
Scientist and researcher Michael Tellinger discussed archaeological and genetic evidence in support of Zecharia Sitchin's work showing that the Anunnaki created humans through genetic experimentation to serve as slaves for gold mining.
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One of the world's foremost authorities on past-life regression therapy, Dr. Brian Weiss, discussed incredible true stories of miracles and healings occurring after past live regressions, as well as how this tool can be used to improve our lives, evolve spiritually, and ultimately understand that there is no need to fear death.
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults discussed his work with alternative energy sources, the discovery of new extrasolar planets, the new rover which will land soon on Mars, and the concept of mind uploading into virtual worlds which could lead to a form of immortality.
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults discussed the latest developments in new energy sources, space exploration, and medical technology. It's an unfortunate fact "that most of the seminal and really cutting edge research is being done in other countries right now," rather than the US, he noted.... More »
Appearing in the middle two hours, aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults discussed his work with new energy sources. By developing new methods & technologies for energy, water, and medicine, we can turn around the economy, he declared.
Aerospace developer Sir Charles Shults discussed his research into anomalies on Mars, notably what he believes to be fossils on the Martian surface. "What I have found is basically the remains of organisms that look like sea urchins. We've found some...
Appearing during the middle two hours, aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults talked about his research into solar thermal generators. Explaining how this technology works, Shults said "basically, they capture the heat of the sun, concentrate it in on some sort of reaction system such as a boiler or a working fluid, and they transfer that heat into a... More »
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shultsspoke about his latest research into alternative energy development. He's formed an alliance with Worlds Nest to bring recycling of water and generation of power into homes and businesses world wide. In the near-future, many people will be able to create their own "power plants," providing energy to run their homes. Aside... More »
Aerospace and defense systems developer Sir Charles Shults revealed the positive and negative sides to nanotechnology, as well as the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and virtual reality.
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.
Scientist Sir Charles Shults III returned to the show to talk about such topics as fossils on Mars, space elevator technology, and energy alternatives. He advocated the setting up of Earth orbiting stations which could collect energy from the sun and then beam it down to antenna arrays on the ground.
Scientist Sir Charles Shults III offered his commentary on a variety of topics, including robotic soldiers, hurricane modification, and orbital solar power stations. Shults believes the recent development of robotic soldiers by the U.S. Army could be a "more humane" way to wage war. According to Shults, armed robots would give their human operators more time to examine a... More »
Scientist Sir Charles Shults III discussed water activity and fossils on Mars, and possible manipulation of Mars photos by NASA.Shults believes Mars was once an ocean covered planet filled with (non-intelligent) life, and stated emphatically, "It is very clear there is life on Mars; there was life on Mars." As evidence, he cited his recent discovery of Sea Urchin and other ancient... More »
Scientist Sir Charles Shultsshared his findings on Martian fossils, space travel, and orbital solar power. The moon, he suggested, would be an ideal base to launch space vehicles. Lunar materials could be harnessed for these craft, which would be a much cheaper method than launching them from Earth.
In the first half of the show, scientist Sir Charles Shults III discussed Mars Rover images which he believes show fossil remains. Shults also chatted about energy, technology, and artificial intelligence. The latter part of the program featured Open Lines.