Dr. Ronald Klatz is a leading authority in the new clinical science of anti-aging medicine, and has been integral in the pioneering exploration of new therapies for the treatment and prevention of age-related degenerative diseases. Dr. Vernon Howard is a colleague of Klatz at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. The guests described the current state of knowledge on human aging and the latest developments in life extension, and even the possibility of human immortality.
Klatz said that baby boomers alive today and in good health could expect to live to at least 100. Howard spoke about the implications of longer human life for education, the economy, and personal issues, such as reinventing careers twice or more, as well as the social problems associated with increased longevity. The guests disagreed on the implications for medical science and who would be chosen to live longer.
In the first hour, Richard C. Hoagland discussed recent developments with disclosure at NASA, and the Cydonia region of Mars. He also commented on the new sci-fi feature film "Mission to Mars," directed by Brian De Palma, and how accurate it would be in its depiction of Mars and the anomalies (especially the Face on Mars) that Hoagland had written about for years beforehand. Art and Richard also conversed about the then-current lawsuit that lawyer Peter Gersten brought against the Department of Defense to release information on UFOs.