Science of Synchronicity / Pres. Eisenhower & Aliens

Science of Synchronicity / Pres. Eisenhower & Aliens


HostGeorge Noory

GuestsPaul Halpern, Paul Blake Smith

Acclaimed science writer and physicist Dr. Paul Halpern is the author of many science books that explore the subjects of space, higher dimensions, dark energy, exoplanets, particle physics, and cosmology. In the first half, he discussed his new book on synchronicity and how it seems to subvert the law of cause and effect. As originally defined by Dr. Carl Jung, the term synchronicity referred to "an acausal connecting principle," --in other words, two things that are connected but not through a chain of cause and effect, Halpern explained. This relates to the idea of quantum entanglement, which Einstein called "spooky action at a distance." In quantum mechanics, Halpern continued, you can have two things that are greatly distant from one other but have coordinating properties that seem to work in symmetry together.

Halpern said such quantum effects are objective and repeatable in experiments. However, the experience of synchronicity or coincidence in people's lives can't be proven or shown to repeat, he noted, and it might just represent individuals who are receptive to certain types of patterns. Physicist Wolfgang Pauli developed the quantum symmetry idea. There was an alarming tendency for lab equipment to break or other mishaps when Pauli was around, and he wondered if his presence could somehow be causing it. He and Jung collaborated to develop the idea of synchronicity, Halpern recounted. He also mentioned tachyons, hypothetical particles that travel faster than light and backward in time, and how they might be associated with quantum events. Callers shared some of their remarkable experiences of synchronicity.


Author and researcher Paul Blake Smith talked about his latest work examining the claim that President Eisenhower secretly met with aliens at an Air Force base. Smith also presented details of his investigation into the crash of a UFO just outside of Cape Girardeau, Missouri in 1941 (detailed in this recap from his 2017 show appearance). In February 1954, President Dwight Eisenhower flew to Palm Springs, CA for a golfing trip (considered odd since it was so far from Washington DC). While there, his whereabouts were not officially recorded for one evening, and according to a report of a witness, a pilot, who came forward in the 1980s, Eisenhower went to nearby Edwards AFB. Smith recounted the report: They stood at the edge of an open-air hangar, and on the runway were five spaceships-- three circular, and two elongated.

According to the witness, some human-like aliens stepped out and communicated in English with the President. An aerial display was conducted over the runway in the desert night air, demonstrating technology far beyond what anyone had. Eisenhower was said to be disturbed by the demonstration, which included making their craft entirely invisible. He concluded that widespread knowledge of such beings and their advanced technology would cause chaos in society, and he elected to call off any negotiations with them, Smith cited. Apparently, what the aliens wanted in exchange for an educational program for humanity, was for Eisenhower to curtail atomic bomb test detonations, said to be damaging and polluting. Smith also spoke about the claim that President Nixon took Jackie Gleason to an AFB in Florida to view dead alien bodies housed at a remote laboratory.

News segment guests: Lauren Weinstein, Steve Kates



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