Alien contactee Riley Martin shared his experiences aboard a mothership near Saturn, where he learned about a race called the Biaviians (BE-AH-VEANS). Martin claims to have been taken to the Biaviian spacecraft as a small child, though for 35 years he did not remember this childhood encounter, he explained. While aboard the mothership, Martin said the Biaviians downloaded "digital-neurological scenarios" from their alien archives into his brain, which gave him knowledge of the secrets of the universe, as well as the ability to relieve pain with mere touch.
Having lost their capacity for "extreme emotions," Martin said the logic-bound Biaviians admire mankind's passionate nature, which he noted as one of the reasons they continue to interact with humans. According to Martin, the Biaviians have been breeding with humans since biblical times in order to create a human-alien hybrid that can feel (emotionally) as humans do. Martin alleges he has participated in this Biaviian breeding program, and produced six children as a result.
He also mentioned the possiblility of having his own show on the SIRIUS Satellite Radio network, where he'll be able to share more about what he learned from these "people in the sky." Martin's full account of his time with the Biaviians can be found in the book The Coming of Tan.
In the first half-hour, John Abramson, M.D. provided a brief update on what he believes is a "real crisis in American medicine." According to Abramson, the majority of medical journal articles amount to little more than "infomercials" for pharmaceutical companies (who sponsor the studies the journals write about).
As an example, Abramson pointed to the New England Journal of Medicine, which misrepresented Merck's own Vioxx study, he said. Despite results that showed the drug was "significantly more dangerous than Aleve," Abramson explained, the Journal published a favorable article on Vioxx.