This week we have an in-depth discussion with researcher Robert Powell about his extensive background in UFO research, and the mission of the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies.
This week we discuss UFOs and science with University of Arizona astronomy professor Chris Impey, who offers perspectives on government UAP studies, SETI, and more.
This week we explore the curiosities of ayahuasca, what clinical studies tell us about it, and descriptions of experiencers about their perceived interactions with intelligent beings while using it.
This week, we look at what the future of UFO studies may entail, and what government agencies can and should do in the years ahead as its UAP studies continue.
This week, Micah provides an extensive analysis of the highly-anticipated UAP Task Force report, its findings, and significant takeaways.
This week, we examine whether Congressional hearings will be held on the UFO issue, following a recent classified briefing on Capitol Hill.
Joining us to discuss scientific efforts to evaluate claims of past lives and the enduring mysteries of the human mind and consciousness is Jim B. Tucker, Ph.D.
This week we provide a complete breakdown of a recent New York Times article providing advance details on the Navy’s forthcoming UAP Report.
Joining us to discuss the necessity for the pursuit of Sasquatch and the application of science to the mystery is researcher Matt Pruitt, a member of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy.
What did former President Obama recently have to say about UAP? Joining us to discuss this, and the culture of UFOs this week is Ryan Sprague, host of the Somewhere in the Skies podcast.
This week, we analyze the recent media coverage of the UAP topic, as well as the leak of new footage involving a US Navy incident and other UFO-related events of recent days.
Tim McMillan joins us to discuss the Pentagon’s UAP Problem, the significance of its forthcoming evaluation, and the U.S. government’s ongoing studies of UFOs.
Joining us is Christopher O’Brien, author of books that include The Mysterious Valley and Stalking the Herd, who discusses cattle mutilations, his San Luis Valley UFO Project, and much more.
Joining us this week is Kevin Randle, author of “UFOs and the Deep State: A History of the Military and Shadow Government’s War Against the Truth.”
In this episode, we talk with researcher Larry Hancock about his extensive review of UFO data and documents, which culminated in his book “Unidentified: The National Intelligence Problem of UFOs.”
This week, we look at Navy incidents involving unusual drones off the California coast and other UFO topics in the news.