Physicist James McCanney, the main guest on Monday night, talked about his new book Atlantis to Tesla. He believes Tesla had access to the mysterious Kolbrin Bible while growing up, and this may have impacted his later ideas. This bible, McCanney said, describes massive devastation to the Earth caused by passing comets. A phenomenon that may be heading our way again, he cautioned.
It was this kind of destruction that sunk the continent of Atlantis, which McCanney placed in the South China Sea. Further, he suggested that the US Navy may know about ruins there, but is suppressing this information.
The Atlanteans had achieved a high level of technology before their end, including a spacecraft that used a series of glass tubes as part of its propulsion system, McCanney outlined. He also spoke about a huge statue of Poseidon in Atlantis that had an antenna on the top of it for collecting energy, not dissimilar to Tesla technology.
Richard C. Hoagland (enterprisemission) appeared in the first hour of Monday's show discussing several topics. While the recent NASA test that demonstrated foam damage to the Shuttle was being called a "smoking gun" in the Columbia tragedy, Hoagland said "this is a little too neat for me." Further, he suggested that this causation doesn't address systemic problems with NASA's management.
Hoagland also spoke about his trip to Roswell over the July 4th weekend, where he noticed something unusual at the archaeological dig crash site that "no one's noticed in 56 years," though he couldn't as of yet reveal what it was.