Brain researcher and musician Neil Slade returned to C2C as the main guest on Monday night. Sharing such mental techniques as clicking the amygdala, and "mind movie rewrite," (a method to clear out past traumas), Slade said that the use of one's imagination can propel a person into more creative or pleasurable realms of thought.
He also conducted an online "Mind Motor Experiment," that sought to test the powers of collective intelligence by seeing if the radio audience could affect the movement of a piece of tin foil inside an airtight bottle. Strangely, the foil seemed to move in the opposite direction requested. The experiment and its photo results can be viewed here.
"From the evidence that I've examined, there is a North American primate," said Jimmy Chilcutt, the first hour guest on Monday's show. A fingerprint expert for the Conroe Police Department, he has specialized in differentiating and identifying various types of primate foot and hand prints.
From his studies of a multitude of casts that have purported to come from Bigfoot, Chilcutt said he has found several cases (such as a 13 inch cast from Northern California) that sport a unique "dermal ridge" pattern, which has a distinctly different thickness and flow from that of either humans or apes.