Director of two non-profits, Les Leopold discussed how Wall Street's casino-like practices which caused the first meltdown are back, and nothing has been done to protect U.S. taxpayers from another crash and bailout.
Recent tests have shown that a skull fragment with a bullet hole thought to be from Adolf Hitler actually belonged to an unknown woman (see article). The piece of bone had long been held up as evidence that the Fuhrer shot himself in his bunker, as the Russians advanced into Berlin in April 1945.
First hour guest, Joseph P. Farrell, commented on this new evidence, noting that the skull may belong to Hitler's companion, Eva Braun. Farrell also briefly outlined his theory that Hitler escaped to San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina, with the help of his private secretary Martin Bormann, where they allegedly lived out their final days.
During the second hour, Art Bell phoned in with an update from the storm-ravaged Philippine islands. Art said he and his family are safe and well in Manila, but strong winds and heavy rain from Typhoon Parma have left the entire country in a "state of calamity."
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What if, every time you needed to turn on a light, you had to sacrifice a part of yourself? That's the question proposed by designer Mike Thomspon with his Blood Lamp. To operate it, a user breaks the top off, mixes in an activating powder, cuts his or her finger with the broken glass, then puts in a few drops of blood. The lamp contains a chemical called luminol that reacts with the iron in the blood, creating a bright blue glow. More at LiveScience.
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