Nanobacteria, Climate & Technology

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Date Host George Noory
Guests Douglas Mulhall, Richard C. Hoagland

Nanotechnology journalist, Douglas Mulhall discussed issues related to climate, medicine and advanced technologies. There is evidence of sudden climate change he said, citing a two-year period without summers that occurred in 536 AD, as well as another event 10,000 years ago that is confirmed by ice core samples and tree rings. He suggested that methane hydrate being released into the atmosphere, perhaps triggered by an asteroid, could be the cause of extreme climate shifts. The emerging field of nanotechnology may prove useful in the detection of changes in methane hydrate levels, he noted. For more information on nanotechnology he recommended the Cientifica website.

Mulhall also reported on his research into "nanobacteria," which he believes is akin to living organisms and is implicated in illnesses associated with calcification such as heart disease. He theorized that nanobacteria protects itself by emitting a shell of calcium phosphate around it. One doctor who prescribes to this theory has been successfully treating patients with a combination of Tetracycline and EDTA, he said.

Coral Castle Experiment

First hour guest Richard Hoagland of Enterprise Mission gave a special report live from Coral Castle in Florida where he was conducting a test on hyperdimensional physics. He described hooking up a vibrating tuning fork inside a tower at Coral Castle in tandem with the Venus transit and seeing an unusual pattern of fluctuations. Hoagland said his next public appearance will be at the Ancient of Days Conference in Roswell this July.

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