Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed matter-eating black holes & growing galaxies, sightings of dragonfly-shaped drones and ET contacts in Alabama, and cold fusion as an energy solution for the future. In her first report, she interviewed Prof. of Astrophysics Mitchell Begelman who discussed new findings that suggest there were around 30 million super-massive black holes present in the early days of the universe. The research also indicates that every galaxy has a black hole at its center, and they play a role in the evolution of the cosmos. "The Milky Way galaxy has a black hole...with a mass about 4 million times the mass of the sun," he noted. More here.
In a two-segment interview, Linda spoke with "Ted Connors," a security specialist for a Homeland Security subcontractor in Montgomery, Alabama. In 2007, he'd witnessed a dragonfly-shaped drone similar to what was seen around that time in California (see photos below). Then in October 2010, he had another strange encounter in the same geographic location as the sighting. Connors described a telepathic encounter where he saw in his mind a text saying "WE ARE OF OLTISSIS. THE 23RD PLANET IN OUR SYSTEM," as well as further text as to why these beings were visiting and using the drones. Later, he found references to Oltissis in a book he checked out from the library called Ancient Greek Gods and Lore Revisited by Fredrico Ionnides. Curiously, after this, he said he was vistited by government agents who asked him to turn in the book to them. For more, see Part 1 and Part 2 of her report.
Linda also interviewed Prof. of Electrical Engineering Peter Haglestein about cold fusion. While the groundbreaking research of scientists Fleischmann and Pons into cold fusion as an energy source wasn't able to replicated in the past, there has recently been a resurgence of interest. Now, from Italy to Japan to the United States, scientists are reporting cold fusion breakthroughs and on June 11 - 12, 2011, MIT hosted a Cold Fusion Colloquium, announcing some of the promising new evidence. More here.
Making a studio appearance in the first hour, financial consultant Catherine Austin Fitts shared updates about the economy. Certain parts of the commercial sector are doing well, like some of the technology companies in Silicon Valley, and people marketing their own products on the Internet, she noted. But the situation in Greece demonstrates how government is being re-engineered to be dictated to by creditors, she continued, adding that "it's all part of this process of moving places run by government to places increasingly run by corporations and private investors."
News segment guests: Jeff Nelken, Richard C. Hoagland