Appearing in the second half of the show, UFO activist Stephen Bassett shared updates about the ET disclosure process. While there's been some buzz about an imminent disclosure date by people such as David Wilcock (on his 10/6/09 C2C appearance), and Michael Salla in his Examiner column, Bassett said he is not predicting a specific date, but "that the window has been very wide open since the [Obama] election, and 2009 was the best opportunity we have had since Roswell itself." Disclosure is a "complex chess game," and there could be some false alarms before the truth is revealed, he added.
Defining disclosure as a formal acknowledgment of the ET presence by world governments, he noted that countries such as Russia, France, China, and Brazil have made some forward momentum, but the United States continues to hold the movement back, and remains the leader in the "truth embargo."
He envisions disclosure being announced by a non-partisan spokesperson, perhaps an esteemed scientist like Michio Kaku, who explains that an ET presence has been engaging with the human race, and this had been kept from the public because of security reasons. There is evidence that ET propulsion and technology has been covertly studied and developed over the last 60 years, and it's time to share this with a world desperately in need of new energy sources, Bassett suggested.
First hour guest, author Henry Kroll discussed the early history of Earth. He said our planet was in a billion-year ice age, and it wasn't till a star in the Sirius system, with its heavy ultraviolet radiations, broke through the atmosphere that the Earth began to warm. Back in the age of dinosaurs, Earth's atmosphere was much thicker, and higher in oxygen, and there were giants with brains twice the size of humans who dwelled on the planet, he claimed. The moon, he noted, has only been in Earth's orbit for around 11,500 years, and was artificially brought here.