Lecturer on new technologies, health and earth science related issues, Dr. Nick Begich gave updates on Project HAARP and its implications for controlling weather and populations, as well as how we can develop a strong influence for personal and global change through technology and our own internal power. HAARP is an array of antennas, and by firing radio frequencies through them, a number of effects can be created such as altering the ionosphere (which begins about 30 miles above the Earth), he explained. These instruments can create a heating effect and as a consequence might be used for changing jet streams or manipulating the weather, he noted.
He cited one positive aspect of HAARP-- it can be used for earth-penetrating tomography, imaging under the earth's surface and being able to isolate every oil and gas field, for example. Yet, HAARP has also been associated with mind effects and the impact of radio frequency energy on the human body. A modulated external signal couples with the brain, and can change a person's chemical and emotional state, he detailed. Begich also touched on the history of mind control, such as the early work of the CIA's MK-ULTRA, which used unwitting subjects.
There's a lot of interest in the effects of various kinds of energy exchanges in fields as diverse as the military and the healing arts, such as using sound and light for tissue regeneration, he noted. Begich also addressed how his home state of Alaska has a huge base of natural resources, such as oil, which could be used as a source to help bail America out of its economic woes.
First hour guest, chief investment officer Damon Vickers talked about the stock market crash and the possibility of a new global currency. He viewed the economic slide as being played out in three acts-- first there was the dot com bust, then the bursting of the real estate bubble, and now we are seeing sovereign nations go belly up. In America, the real problem is unemployment-- businesses should be given a tax holiday if they employ new people, he suggested. Vickers offers an Alert Report on the US Treasury meltdown.