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Hosted by Richard C. Hoagland, Exposing Suppressed Science, Cutting Edge of Science and Thought

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Show Page: Alternative Listening: In two weeks, millions of Americans will witness first hand -- and, for the second time in just seven years! -- one of Earth's most extraordinary spectacles-- A Total Eclipse of the Sun. On April 8, 2024, from Texas to Newfoundland, the narrow "hundred-mile-wide shadow" of the Moon will race northeast across the continent ... before ending far out over the North Atlantic ... when the Earth's motion (and the Moon's orbit) moves its shadow off the Earth once more, thus bringing the continent-wide extravaganza to a close. The next North American total solar eclipse will not occur for until Aug, 2044! ... so, you'd better not miss this one! Over the years, Robin and I were fortunate to be able to scientifically measure TWO solar eclipses; Click to Read Full Promo: Maria Wheatley, our British friend and archaeologist, has independently measured other "eclipse effects" -- from both solar and lunar alignments -- at ancient monuments (like Stonehenge!), in the days immediately AFTER eclipses. But, given that all such measurements are (supposedly) "impossible," in my "Hyperdimensional Physics" model could an impending "geometric alignment" of the Sun and Moon also create measurable effects BEFORE an eclipse actually happened!? Join us tonight ... BEFORE April 8th ... and find out. Richard C. Hoagland Copyright 2024

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Show Page: Alternative Listening: The James Webb Space Telescope has just celebrated its incredibly productive "first year," lazily orbiting in its extended L-2 location ... a million miles "behind" the Earth (as seen from the Sun). What has... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Let's ?hit it on the head.? The Enterprise Mission has just made the most astonishing, the most important ?ET archaeological discovery? of its entire ~30-year existence …. FACT: NASA... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Let's ?hit it on the head.? The Enterprise Mission has just made the most astonishing, the most important ?ET archaeological discovery? of its entire ~30-year existence …. FACT: NASA... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Let's ?hit it on the head.? The Enterprise Mission has just made the most astonishing, the most important ?ET archaeological discovery? of its entire ~30-year existence …. FACT: NASA... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: The James Webb Space Telescope has just celebrated its incredibly productive "first year," lazily orbiting in its extended L-2 location ... a million miles "behind" the Earth (as seen from the Sun). What has... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: This week marks 22 turbulent years ... since the tragic and far-reaching Terrorist Attack of September 11, 2001 -- on the World Trade Towers, the Pentagon in Washington, and the deliberate downing of... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Is the United States ... is Earth ... secretly at war tonight ... with "somebody" from-- "Elsewhere ... up above?!" I know, it's a TOTALLY "off-the-wall" idea .... But, when you start to look at all the... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: Is the United States ... is Earth ... secretly at war tonight ... with "somebody" from-- "Elsewhere ... up above?!" I know, it's a TOTALLY "off-the-wall" idea .... But, when you start to look at all the... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: So ... the Indian's have landed on the Moon (for the FIRST time ...) -- "just ~19.5 degrees" from the actual south pole -- and have officially released EXACTLY five (!) new images of their extraordinary... more

Show Page: Alternative Listening: So ... the Indian's have landed on the Moon (for the FIRST time ...) -- "just ~19.5 degrees" from the actual south pole -- and have officially released EXACTLY five (!) new images of their extraordinary... more

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