Archive for April, 2014

1998-03-19 – Art Bell SIT – Terence Mckenna – The Psychedelic Experience

1998-03-19 – Art Bell SIT – Terence Mckenna – The Psychedelic Experience

 
  Art Bell Somewhere in Time returned to April 19, 1998 when Art spoke with Terence McKenna about the Psychedelic experience and time. Full 5 hour show.
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1999-02-23 – Art Bell SIT – Jeanne Cavelos – Ecology & Biological Warfare

1999-02-23 – Art Bell SIT – Jeanne Cavelos – Ecology & Biological Warfare

 
  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to Feb 23, 1999 when astrophysicist and mathematician Jeanne Cavelos discussed our ecological situation and biological warfare.
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2001-05-11 – Art Bell SIT – David Livingston – Richard C. Hoagland – Space Tourism

2001-05-11 – Art Bell SIT – David Livingston – Richard C. Hoagland – Space Tourism

 
  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time travels back to May 11, 2001, when Art was joined by Dr. David Livingston to discuss how private companies need to be investing in space tourism and how one day we will all be able to travel among the stars. 5 hour show.
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1998-11-23 – Art Bell SIT – Howard Weinstein – Life On A Nuclear Submarine

1998-11-23 – Art Bell SIT – Howard Weinstein – Life On A Nuclear Submarine

 
  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returns to 11/23/1998 when Howard Weinstein spoke about serving on a submarine deeply submerged during wartime, which was the basis for the film, The Hunt for Red October.
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1997-06-11 – Art Bell SIT – Jim Marrs – Alien Agenda

1997-06-11 – Art Bell SIT – Jim Marrs – Alien Agenda

 
  Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/11/97 when researcher Jim Marrs talked about the true nature of the ET agenda.
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2003-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Nuclear Accidents

2003-12-15 – Art Bell SIT – Michio Kaku – Nuclear Accidents

 
  Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku joined Art Bell in a conversation about the dark side of nuclear energy. Kaku detailed various little-known nuclear mishaps from earlier decades, such as a Soviet incident that happened in the Ural Mountains in the 1950’s, which he called “the mother-of-all nuclear accidents before Chernobyl.” The reactor was actually in […]
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