Paul Guercio of the Merlin Project discussed he and Dr. George Hart's software-based forecasting technology and its predictive timelines in such arenas as the war, the elections and 2012. Merlin captures in a graphical form timetraks which show the peaks and valleys of a person, place or event's future based on a starting or birth date. It offers a snapshot of how time is going to play out, he explained.
The timeline for the war in Iraq showed a flurry of activity in 2003, followed by a gap, and then increasing in strength from 2005 through 2011, after which the line starts to disintegrate, he reported. Guercio also noted that Barack Obama announced his candidacy on the same day that General Petraeus assumed command in Iraq, so that changes of similar intensity might occur at the same time for both of them.
First hour guest, author Jerome Corsi commented on various issues, such as the weakening dollar, and the potential merging of Mexico and the United States. He noted that one economist predicted Americans would lose 40 million jobs from outsourcing due to NAFTA, over the next two decades.