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The Presidential Briefing Trailer:   TO HEAR THE SHOW CLICK ON WHITE PLAY ARROW BELOW LEFT. Is the extraordinary web of life on Earth — the only planet (so far) where we can study the crucially intricate biological details — the product of “natural evolution” … or “Intelligent Design?” It was British biologist/geologist Charles Darwin, in 1859, who first published his theory of a “natural, evolutionary selection process” to explain the extraordinary diversity of life on planet Earth; before that, the obvious answer was simply– “God did it ….” My guest tonight, biologist Jonathan Wells, has a very different “take” on this almost 200-year-old scientific and philosophical conundrum. It is Wells’ position that, based on the crucial details, the classic “Darwinian Theory of natural selection” is now demonstrably, compellingly wrong; Wells contends that close observation of life on Earth — including the myriad species represented by the millions-of-years-old “fossil record” — argues […]

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The Presidential Briefing TO HEAR THE SHOW CLICK ON WHITE PLAY ARROW BELOW LEFT. Remember when the only way to cross the great Atlantic (or Pacific) oceans on this “water planet” was on … “a great ship?” Of course you don’t — if you’re of any recent generation. But, some of our listeners DO … so, this program is dedicated to YOU (and those of you who DON’T “remember,” you’re in for a rare treat …). These were the days of the great ocean liners — and great ocean liner rivalries — that, along with other amazing technological advances of the last mid-century– “Made America Great.” My guest tonight, maritime historian Larry Driscoll, actually sailed aboard the “greatest … and fastest … of these ships” — a veritable “superliner” — the famed S.S. United States. Larry, who demonstrably loves these ships as much as I do, promises an unforgettable evening […]

The Presidential Briefing   Recent decades have seen a dramatic rise in the number of global “natural disasters, if not “inexplicable” catastrophic events (like 911 …) which many investigators are increasingly ascribing to the clandestine use of the most controversial possibility of all … “exotic weaponry.” The most recent example is the horrific “Camp Fire” — which literally erased the town of “Paradise” (pop. ~27,000) from the northern California map, leaving almost a hundred persons dead (or still missing) …. Could the farthest-out and most “unthinkable” scenario being nervously discussed — that “someone” is deliberately targeting the citizens of Earth for “directed energy assaults” — be right?! My two guests — Elana Freeland and Deborah Tavares — will confront this extraordinary, “unthinkable” possibility head-on, reviewing an increasing amount of hard physical and scientific evidence that “someone” is, indeed, waging a systematic, clandestine war on the peoples of this planet! Tonight, we […]

Tonight, we will explore NASA’s latest unmanned mission to Mars — ironically, named “InSight” — as well as NASA’s planned landing tomorrow (Monday — December 3) of its Osiris-Rex unmanned spacecraft on the tiny asteroid, “Bennu.”   Last Monday (Nov 26) the InSight spacecraft successfully touched down on one of the “flattest, safest and dullest places on Mars” (as described by one of our Imaging Team members) … in order to drill beneath the Martian surface for the first time (to measure any ancient heat flow still coming from the core of Mars …), and to place the first planetary seismometer directly on Mars’ surface (to measure any “Marsquakes” triggered by that deep internal heat).   In actuality,  InSight seems to have landed in the middle of (wait for it)–   An ancient Martian city!   And Osiris-Rex appears to have rendezvoused NOT with any ordinary “asteroid” … but with […]