WITH THE announcement tonight that we’ll be moving to a five-night-a-week schedule starting tomorrow, we hope you’ll forgive shorter show notes! Tonight, we discussed this weekend’s excellent Supernatural Science and… Read more »
SCIENCE IS not a bad thing in and of itself. But it’s being used to essentially achieve apotheosis — to attain godhood — even though the chief proponents of the… Read more »
ARE WE just old and cranky, or is the world really different from 50 years ago? And if the world’s different — darker, colder, more ominous — who’s responsible? Media,… Read more »
Tom Dunn shares some of what we can expect at The Last Days Conference April 23rd & April 24th in Antioch (Nashville), Tennessee.
FRINGE SCIENCE meets harsh reality: Dr. Amy Bishop, the accused killer of three colleagues in the biology department at the University of Alabama-Huntsville, was working on a neural computer, blending human cells with a computer processor into what appears to be the first step toward a living artificial intelligence. Also: Carbon currency and prophecy; Joe Stack, patriot or coward; the manipulation of the Tea Party movement); and Bruce Ivins, official patsy of the 9/11 anthrax attacks.
THE UNITED STATES were founded by esoteric societies to bring forth the resurrected Apollo. So says Tom Horn in his new book, Apollyon Rising 2012, a remarkable piece of research… Read more »
PREPAREDNESS, AS any Boy Scout knows, is important. Even the ancient Canaanites knew it, as evidenced by the recently discovered 26 foot high walls built with 4-5 ton boulders in Jerusalem. The walls connected to towers with walls 12-and-a-half feet thick, all to guard the path to the city’s only water supply, the Gihon Spring. So who or what was such a threat in 1800 B.C. that you needed 26-foot walls to keep them out?
FOLLOWING Rick Warren’s “Saddleback Civil Forum”, a two-hour event broadcast live on CNN and Fox News that brought John McCain and Barack Obama together in public for the first time… Read more »