Dr. Hal Puthoff on Coast-to-Coast, Sunday Jan 28th
January 26, 2018
Don’t miss Dr. Hal Puthoff, co-founder and VP of Science and Technology, who is making his first guest appearance on the nationally syndicated Coast-to-Coast AM with George Knapp on Sunday January 28th. For those unfamiliar with the influential broadcaster and show, George Knapp is a journalist who has been honored with the highest awards in broadcast journalism: the Peabody Award (twice), the Dupont Award from Columbia University, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and 25 regional Emmy awards for investigative environmental reporting, and news writing. He hosts Coast-to-Coast AM, a radio broadcast focused on unconventional and fascinating topics, on the third and fourth Sundays of each month.
Dr. Puthoff, known as a pioneer physicist who conducted the first studies of remote viewing for the CIA and spearheading cutting-edge research into zero point energy and other exotic propulsion concept, will be on the first half of the show with colleague and fellow physicist Dr. Eric Davis, who previously studied UAPs and related phenomena at the National Institute for Discovery Science.
Tune in on Sunday at 1am - 5am EST / 10pm - 2am PST. To find out where to listen, go HERE and find your local station.
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