George Noory

Why do I even bother listening to this show?

I have come to the earth shattering conclusion that Coast to Coast AM is little more than a collection of people with very little familiarity with science attempting to:

-Comprehend the as-yet unexplained world around them with fairy stories

-Use what little knowledge they may have of the scientific method to “do science” to these fairy stories in order to make them sound like they have some sort of academic worth.

Case in point: tonight featured a segment about spontaneous human combustion, wherein the guest postulated that spontaneous human combustion could be the result of the atoms of water molecules inside the human body being split into hydrogen and oxygen, thus producing a release of stored energy.

Callers suggested that what might happening is that all of the sodium in the human body– in the form of salt– reacted poorly with the water and produced a typical sodium-water reaction, namely an explosion. The caller did know that salt and sodium are two different materials, but didn’t understand that sodium doesn’t simply “have one extra particle” to it and can’t just freely disassociate itself from chlorine to form pure sodium. If that was the case, the formation of pure chlorine in the body would probably kill the person faster than the sodium-water explosion would, and even then there are a myriad other substances for the sodium to bond with.

The guest then went on to theorize that instead what may be happening in spontaneous human combustion is a release of such tremendous energy that a quantum entanglement event may actually be occurring. This, unfortunately, does not satisfy any inquiry as to why an event of such astonishing cosmic significance that it cannot yet be produced in the largest particle accelerators happens in the extremely localized and absurdly specific location of inside a random human being and does not go on to affect the surrounding twenty-mile vicinity.

So, to explain the burning deaths of people who most likely died as a result of prosaic means (candles, cigarettes, electric blankets), people will utilize every single explanation regardless of its plausibility. The biggest question is not why people spontaneously combust, but why people honestly believe nuclear fission is capable of occurring inside peoples’ bodies.



NOTE: The audio goes out around the 10 minute mark so look at the pictures and then go to 21 minutes and the audio resumes where it left off…none of it is missing. I don’t know why it does that and I can’t fix it without replacing the whole thing and it took over two weeks to make and then 27 hours to upload. So, just look at the pics and then go to 20 minutes and it picks up. So very sorry for that. Thanks!

An older interview on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory with David Hatcher Childress discussing the Egyptian city found in 1909 underneath the Grand Canyon. This interview covered a multitude of subjects, not only the Egyptian city, but the Olmecs, the Maya, Vimanas, ancient technology, the Pyramids and Ziggurats, UFOs and artifacts on the moon (with the video showing as they talk about it…did you know the moon has pyramids? All this is discussed in this interesting and captivating interview with Mr. Childress.
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Today In Strangeness:

On this date in 3641 B.C. the world was created, according to one Mayan calendar. PT Barnum staged the wedding of little people Gen. Tom Thumb and Mercy Lavinia Warren (1863). Chess champ Gary Kasparov was defeated by Deep Blue, the IBM computer (1996).

Tonight’s Show, Wednesday, February 10th:

Laird Scranton is an independent software designer and author, who has written several books on African and Egyptian cosmology and language. He’ll discuss how multiple ancient cultures, spanning both years and geography, have strikingly similar creation myths and cosmologies. He’ll also update his work on Immanuel Velikovsky’s “Worlds in Collision,” which introduced the provocative theory that Venus began as a brilliant comet ejected by Jupiter around 1600 BCE, wreaking chaos on Mars and Earth as it roamed through our solar system.