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2002-07-09 – Art Bell SIT – Gerald Celente – Future Trends

2002-07-09 – Art Bell SIT – Gerald Celente – Future Trends

 
  Art Bell Somewhere in Time journeyed back to July 9, 2002 when Art Bell had his first interview with Gerald Celente. They discussed economic problems based on the five “O’s”: Over-population, Over-production, Open markets, Over capacity, and the Online revolution.
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2002-07-01 – Art Bell SIT – Ramon Lopez – Space Weather

2002-07-01 – Art Bell SIT – Ramon Lopez – Space Weather

 
  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returns to July 1, 2002 when Dr. Ramon Lopez, co-author of Storms from the Sun, explores the emerging physical science of space weather and traces its increasing impact on a society that relies on space-based technologies.
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1997-03-04 – Art Bell SIT – Open Lines – Weather, Space & Mels Hole

1997-03-04 – Art Bell SIT – Open Lines – Weather, Space & Mels Hole

 
  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returned to March 4, 1997 for an evening of Open Lines, which included such topics as changing weather, space, and a bottomless hole in WA (Mel’s Hole).
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2002-07-05 – Art Bell SIT – John Chambers – Time Travel

2002-07-05 – Art Bell SIT – John Chambers – Time Travel

 
  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returns to July 5, 2002 when Translator and publisher John Chambers discusses time travel and “Father Ernetti’s Chronovisor” during the first part of the show, and then Art conducts Open Lines on the subject of time travel for the rest of the program.
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1998-02-26 – Art Bell SIT – Peter Davenport & Michael Curta – Colorado Strangeness

1998-02-26 – Art Bell SIT – Peter Davenport & Michael Curta – Colorado Strangeness

 
  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to February 26, 1998 for a discussion on strange aerial activity in Colorado with Peter Davenport and Michael Curta. Open Lines included a caller who claims he is responsible for leaking the MJ12 documents.
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2019-02-15 – Ian Punnet C2C – Hiroshima & Ecosystem Collapse – Open Lines

2019-02-15 – Ian Punnet C2C – Hiroshima & Ecosystem Collapse – Open Lines

 
  Scientist and explorer Charles Pellegrino is the author of more than twenty books, some of which James Cameron used as sources for his blockbuster movie “Titanic.” He joins guest host Ian Punnett to discuss his research on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and what the survivors share with those who survived the Holocaust. […]
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