RSSCategory: 2003

2003-12-26 – Art Bell SIT – Richard C. Hoagland – Importance of Mars

2003-12-26 – Art Bell SIT – Richard C. Hoagland – Importance of Mars

 

  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returned to December 26,  2003 when Richard Hoagland of Enterprise Mission discussed new Mars missions, as well as the significance of ancient artifacts on the red planet .  Addressing the notion of a “curse” on Mars missions, he commented that the failed signal from Beagle 2, was probably not due […]

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2003-12-21 – Art Bell SIT – Ron Fink – Robots Technology Technology

2003-12-21 – Art Bell SIT – Ron Fink – Robots Technology Technology

 

  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returned to December 21,  2003 when  Art’s guest was Ron Fink of Rapid Robots who are on one of the research teams competing in the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research and Projects Agency’s race. He shared the astounding technology and possibilities behind this new breed of robotics.

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2003-12-06 – Art Bell SIT – Bob Lazar – Alternative Energy & UFOs

2003-12-06 – Art Bell SIT – Bob Lazar – Alternative Energy & UFOs

 

  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returns to December 6, 2003 when guest  Bob Lazar discussed UFOs and alternative energy. The first hour guest was famed gambler Amarillo Slim.

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2003-08-16 C2C Ian Punnett – Bazzel Baz – Terrorism Survival Handbook

2003-08-16 C2C Ian Punnett – Bazzel Baz – Terrorism Survival Handbook

 

  Ian Punnett welcomed Bazzel Baz, a former CIA agent and counter-terrorism officer, who now focuses on societal preparedness and awareness. Baz shared his analysis of cases like the DC area sniper shootings, and how they are related to terrorism. 5 hour show.

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2003-12-31 – Art Bell SIT – New Year’s Eve Predictions for 2004

2003-12-31 – Art Bell SIT – New Year’s Eve Predictions for 2004

 

  Art’s annual prediction show when callers gave their predictions for the year 2004

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