P.I.D. Radio 11/29/15: Dehumanizing

THE DEHUMANIZATION of Planet Earth continues as we make way for Humanity 2.0. In the news this week: Treating depression with emojis, robots designed with free will, and robots for search and rescue (funded by the Defense Department)–or to replace a spouse who might one day take all your stuff in a divorce.

P.I.D. Radio 11/22/15: Laughing Jack and the Black Knight Decoded

MEET THE new Slenderman–an evil clown named Laughing Jack. A 12-year old Indiana girl allegedly stabbed her 50-year-old stepmother to death and setting their apartment on fire. Why? To please Laughing Jack.

P.I.D. Radio 11/8/15: Robots and Russian Roulette

Today we discuss immortality through technology and several stories related to Russia: Putin’s goals in the Middle East, a possible deal with Israel to develop the Leviathan natural gas field, and Russian code infects Pentagon servers with viruses.

P.I.D. Radio 10/31/15: Spooky Asteroid and Comet Cocktails

AN ASTEROID will fly by Earth on Halloween at only 1.3x the distance of the Moon. It’s nicknamed “Spooky”, it’s been identified by astronomers as a dead comet — and it just happens to look like a human skull.

P.I.D. Radio 10/24/15: Creepy Video Freaks Out the Internet

A CREEPY new video presents a dark puzzle that apparently threatens U.S. President Barack Obama. As of today, nobody seems to know who created the video and what it really means.

P.I.D. Radio 10/17/15: Prelude to Dabiq

RUSSIA AND Iran have sent troops to fight for Syria’s largest city, Aleppo. Since it borders on the “Islamic State-free zone” declared by Turkey and the US last month, will the NATO allies have a problem with this? And how will the Islamic State respond?

P.I.D. Radio 9/6/15: Freedom from Religion or Secular Sharia?

WE TEND not to be alarmists when it comes to Christian persecution in the USA. But things have shifted in recent years and it’s starting to get ugly.

P.I.D. Radio 8/9/15: Crab on Mars, Werewolf in Brazil

IT’S SURPRISING how often otherwise respectable news outlets publish stories with little verification. Some are difficult to take seriously, such as the alleged werewolf in Brazil, and some are intended mainly to raise questions, such as the so-called “Stonehenge in space”.