In the first half of the program, George Noory was joined by filmmaker Michael Murphy, who provided an update on his research into chemtrails as well as his new film about geoengineering, titled "An UNConventional Shade of Grey." "There's no question about it," he declared, "geoengineering is one of the largest climate forces." However, Murphy lamented, these clandestine programs are not taken into account by climate change experts when they devise their models of the phenomenon. Without accounting for geoengineering, he contended, these studies are flawed and "it's literally impossible to determine whether the planet is warming or cooling." According to him, this omission is not accidental and, in fact, part of a larger agenda aimed at tinkering with the Earth's climate in order to facilitate new regulations which will benefit corporate and government interests.
Regarding chemtrails, Murphy expressed concern that these aerosol sprays not only contain toxic materials but also that they in the form of nanoparticles which are ingested by people simply through the act of breathing. He claimed that blood tests done by people studying chemtrails have revealed "very, very high levels of the primary ingredients of geoengineering programs" such as aluminum and barium, which are known to cause cancers and lower the immune system. One newly discovered development on the geoengineering front, he said, is the presence of boats which seem to be dispersing these aerosols into the atmosphere in the form of large clouds. As such, Murphy plans on commissioning an airplane to fly into a chemtrail cloud to collect samples and, hopefully, prove the veracity of the phenomenon to the skeptics who dismiss researchers as simply conspiracy theorists.
In the latter half, author and leading expert on the paranormal, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, discussed the extraordinary nature of dreams and the importance they have on our daily lives. While around seventy-five percent of our dreams concern normal stresses and anxieties, she said, occasional "big dreams" occur which "take us beyond daily life." Guiley explained that these experiences can feature life-altering events such as encounters with God and spirits of the dead, the discovery of solutions to problems or newfound creativity, and even healing as well as glimpses of the future. Based on her research, many of these "big dreams" happen when a person is going through tremendous personal upheaval, such as a health crisis or relationship change, or when they are nearing middle age and are compelled to reexamine their life.
On the fleeting nature of dreams, Guiley explained that, since they exist in our short term memory, dreams are "likely to evaporate" very quickly as a person begins their daily routine. In turn, she advised people to be expedient in recording or recounting their dreams in order to harness the information before it is lost from memory. She also stressed that, while often terrifying or unsettling, nightmares can be a valuable asset to people since they allow them to resolve issues which may be too difficult to confront in the waking state. "For most people," she mused, "nightmares really are an ally because they are forcing us to focus attention on an area of life that needs to be addressed." Over the course of her appearance, Guiley also discussed precognitive dreams as well as how the ancient people used dreams to diagnose illnesses.