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Another UFO (The ’50s UFO Program)

December 19, 2002
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With a lot of broadcasts originating during the 1950s, we cover that decades formation of the modern UFO phenomenon. Long John Nebel with Arthur C. Clarke and Maj. Ahoe (one of the most unfortunate names in UFO history) on late night radio in 1958. Edward R. Morrow did a show called “The Case of Flying Saucers,” plus Kenneth Arnold, George Adamski, Jackie Gleason, ABC News, and all their witness clips of the time, speaking from their own horses mouth on the air during the first wave of UFO sightings all over America and the world. Another show made possible by Internet archives.


3 Hours


Another UFO (Hypnotized)

August 22, 2002
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The role and effectiveness of hypnosis in the UFO abduction phenomenon is the subject. Dr. David Jacobs, while relating many of the ideas from his disconcerting book on what abductions are leading to, also leads this mix of relative confidence and skepticism concerning hypnosis from investigators like Bud Hopkins, John Mack, some scientists investigating how hypnosis works, a couple documentaries on the world wide abduction phenomenon from England and Australia, Howard Stern interviewing Jacobs, and an instruction record for achieving self hypnosis if youre an abductee.


One has to admit that this particular branch of the UFO experience is a human phenomenon full of amazement no matter whether its all true or not. The 30 years of detailed abduction records, usually continuing through generational, genetic family lines, show clearly that either there is some truth in the commonality of descriptions and details in these impossible descriptions from all over the world, or that many thousands of humans are having basically the same dream upon going to sleep and have been doing so for 30 years – something quite unknown in any other subject of human dreams. There is no satisfying solution for those not involved in this phenomenon as both options remain highly unlikely, yet this paradox of reason goes on, forcing us to stay up late listening to the radio


3 Hours


Arabian Night

April 25, 2002
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With a lot of material culled from the days media, we finally approach the subject of fundamentalist Islam and its effect on the Middle East and the rest of the world. Included in this is the history of fundamentalist radicalism as it emerged in modern Muslim beliefs, the roles of Islam in Iran and Egypt, various Islamic pundits and scholars on what it is and why it is, the mentality of suicide bombers, a look at the viability of theocracy and religion in general in the modern world, and welcome to Israel.


3 Hours


Complex Numbers

April 18, 2002

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Most of the Glass “Einstein on The Beach” in various combinations backs up Arthur C. Clarke on fractal geometry and the 9 billion names of God, William Shatner trying to grasp the X-logic of his kids, Steven Hawking and his black holes, X-Minus One’s youngsters discover educational alternative logic toys from the future, and a lot of other numbers about about numbers in audio Mandlebrot sets.

3 Hours

Another UFO (Twilight Time)

March 28, 2002
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Skepticism and in-fighting in the UFO game. But its actually all edited from radio occurring years ago, when Don Ecker, John Lear, Art Bell, and all their researcher friends and enemies discussed the credibility of UFO lore, fact and fiction, from their various media slots. Conspiracy researchers, informational experiencers, believable eyewitnesses to something in the air, and an encyclopedia of whos who and who shouldn’t be. One quote inside a quote from George Knapp: “Theres something wrong with the entire method of this that modern science uses to explain this phenomenon away. It seems to me that true science involves investigation of the unexplained, not an explanation of the uninvestigated.” A small round of applause and the inside info and reasoned trashing by the earth species continues.


3 hours


Sparks

January 31, 2002

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Spinning off with the soundtrack to Craig Baldwin’s film, “Spectres Of The Spectrum,” this is a 5-hour extension of that theme, the exotic and mesmerizing history of electronical invention and intuition. Tesla, Edison, and Marconi join Hemlock Stones and X-Minus One in illuminating all the ghosts who flew and fly the electro-magnetic spectrum, from Ben Franklin to HARP. Music for electricians, including secret coded girl groups from 1957 right up to Emperor and Opeth. The death ray, from Tesla’s conception to ’50s science fiction about science fiction during World War II, right up to us. Is it? Only Science in Action knows for sure.


5 Hours