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Technology & Phenomena / Searching for Noah's Ark

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Date Host George Noory
Guests George Ure, Aaron Judkins, Nathan Krekula

Business consultant and financial writer George Ure joined George in the first half to share some of the latest technological breakthroughs and his predictions for the near future. Ure began with an assessment of the pandemic's course and his expectation of dark times to come, with more cases and deaths until "February, maybe", he observed. He described the pandemic as having a similar effect to an EMP (electromagnetic pulse from a nuclear weapon) "but spread over something like a year." Ure advised listeners to get their financial houses in order by doing such things as paying off debt so that when times get tough, banks and creditors will not be able to touch your assets.

Ure discussed the phenomenon of "sonoluminescence," which is a property of some materials to glow intensely when subjected to certain sound waves. He suggested that harnessing this phenomenon may be one of the keys to time travel, which Ure is attempting to develop. One of the next revolutions in industry, he noted, will be with 3D printers, which will allow objects to be printed by the user or purchaser, bypassing shipping or mail. You could send you an email, and print a real object from it. Eventually, Ure predicted, we will be able to print human organs for transplants.

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Dr. Aaron Judkins aka "Maverick" is an author, explorer, & archaeologist from Texas. He produced the movie 'Finding Noah' and has a passion for searching for the truth about the mysteries of the past - exposing forbidden archaeology and history. Judkins led off the second half of the program discussing his efforts to locate the final resting place of the legendary Noah's Ark. He said that the flood story is told in many ancient legends, each with "their own Arks and their own Noahs." He described the Ark as rectangular and 500 feet long, 75 feet wide, 50 feet high, and large enough to hold "500 rail cars."

Judkins' research partner Nathan Krekula detailed how difficult it was to get to the site they thought held the Ark. Krekula mentioned Apollo astronaut James Irwin's obsession with finding the vessel, which he believes he saw from an aircraft while he was in the U.S. military. He felt more passion in looking for Noah's Ark than he had going to the Moon, Krekula commented. Mount Ararat (where the artifact is reportedly located) is "really sacred to all the people in that area", he continued, which includes all of the countries bordering the region. While they did not find the Ark on their expedition, Judkins and Krekula believe it is there, based on consistent witness testimony through history. Related images.

News segment guests: Howard Bloom, Michael Shedlock.

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