In the first half, research geophysicist with the United States Geological Survey for 27 years, Dr. Peter Langdon Ward weighed in on the climate change controversy. He helped develop and manage a major national research program, chaired a committee at the White House, testified before Congress, worked on a committee for Vice President Gore, and published more than 50 scientific papers. Ward confirmed that climate change and global warming are real, but instead of being caused by greenhouse gases, he argued that it was brought about by ozone depletion. Though the majority of scientists subscribe to the greenhouse warming hypothesis, Ward suggested that it's based on faulty assumptions and has never been scientifically proven. The theory that greenhouse gases absorb thermal and infrared energy from Earth which cause the planet to get hotter is flawed because "a body cannot be warmed by its own radiation," he stated.
The ozone layer, while continually replenishing itself, becomes depleted and thinner because of the overuse of CFCs (chlorofluorocarbons) and this is what has led to the warming, Ward continued. The Montreal Protocol, signed in 1987, phased out the use of substances responsible for ozone depletion, but it was recently discovered that since 2010, parts of China had a major increase in the use of chemicals such as CFCs. Once this was revealed by international agencies, the Chinese government took action to stop the usage of these problematic substances, Ward reported. Climate changes, he added, are not so much cyclic as erratic, as exemplified by the chaotic effects brought upon by volcanic activity.
In the latter half, physicist and remote viewing expert Marty Rosenblatt talked about consciousness, precognition, and the predictive capabilities of remote viewing. It was understood in quantum physics that "consciousness is fundamental," he cited, and it precedes the material or physical realm. Rosenblatt calls the force behind remote viewing and PSI phenomena, the Universe of Collective Consciousness or UCC. Functioning without boundaries, the UCC contains everything that consciousness touches including the past, present, and future-- a kind of ultimate oneness, he explained.
He detailed how Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) works by playing with possible future outcomes (usually two) wherein the "feedback target" is a photograph that is randomly assigned to represent an outcome. Rosenblatt's Applied Precognition Project helps people become "professional precognitives" who are paid for their services if their accuracy rate is reliable enough. His organization is holding a conference on June 28-30 in Las Vegas, that will include psychokinesis training, ARV predictions, and more.