Author Steve Quayle appeared on Wednesday's program to discuss his new book Genetic Armageddon. He believes "we have neither the moral or ethical base" to deal with upcoming developments in genetic engineering, and abhors the idea of headless human bodies being grown to supply organs. Such technologies as the "soul catcher chip", and the mixing of human and animal DNA will backfire, Quayle said, as he suspects they did in ancient times. He suggested that the Gods from classical mythology, who sometimes were part animal, may reflect genetic experimentation gone awry.
Quayle also speculated on unusual activity in Antarctica, citing reports of "exobiotic" bacteria, which he said may be cultivated on that continent as a kind of bioweapon. Hitler had previously established secret bases there, where genetic and biological experiments were likely conducted, he added.
Further, Quayle said a trusted source warned him of a "black wind," which is being prepared to cover the U.S., and may be a type of germ warfare. The warning was apparently derived from "chatter" monitored by intelligence agents.
Best of Boise: George Noory
Boise Weekly's Best of Boise list has just come out, and they have named George tops in the field of Talk Radio. Here's what they had to say:
"Let it be known that we're big talk radio fans. From Jim Rome to Rush Limbaugh to George Noory. Although all non-locals we'll have to go to the latter. George continues Art Bell's quest for the great albino Sasquatch, shadow people and ghost hunting in the southern French corridors of New Orleans. Check out George weeknights 8 p.m. on 580AM."