This week on the Gralien Report… Golems, Green Aliens, and Gestapo…oh my! It’s a well-rounded “Super Tuesday” edition of the program, and we’re no strangers to the unusual during this particular broadcast. Hell, we might as well call it “Super Strange Tuesday,” complete with a discussion detailing the pros and cons of “petri meat,” that is, biological engineering in the lab that may boast the future of human consumables… all on this week’s edition of the show.

The Gralien Report Podcast for March 6, 2012

During hour two, our special guest Joseph P. Farrell joins us to discuss his new book Saucers, Swastikas and Psyops: A History of A Breakaway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies and Psychological Operations. Then we examine a host of other strange subjects, as outlined below in this week’s news round-up of accompanying show material…

International Space Station successfully flashed with a laser pointer

Petri meat and the future of fine dining

Evidence of advanced Technology in Hopi Traditions

The Paradigm Symposium 2012: Get your tickets today!

The World

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

6 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for March 6, 2012

  1. Ya know, the shape of the cookie does look familiar, but I’m betting it’s a copy-cat from some other competitor, since I don’t remember them being as awesome as you guys claim them to be :-/

    PS: Many thanks for the shout-out during the episode, and the post in the new Paradigm blog 🙂

  2. Hello Graliens! Excellent show, as usual. I wish to comment on the idea of synthetic meat products. I will reveal that I am a vegetarian, and have chosen such a life due to personal philosophical musings. As such, the idea of synthetic meat is very appealing.

    However, I am also aware of the notion that at this time in history, the world is one big lab experiment. For example, a few categories of substances we are exposed to include: pesticides, GM foods; antibiotics (in the water supply); secondary exhaust particles, xeno-estrogens from any number of sources (e.g. plastics), and a whole host of other man-made environmental assaults.

    It’s no wonder we have seen a dramatic rise in certain syndromes that include many non-specific symptoms that cannot be associated with particular sets of environmental paramaters. At this time, the medical community is not equipped to accurately diagnose multi-factorial diseases whose etiologies are a mystery, much less treat anything more than symptoms. (Many examples of this phenomenon are demonstrated in the category of autoimmune disorders)

    With this in mind, I am wary of synthetic meat products. I do some protein purification in my work, and I can tell you that even one amino acid change in a protein that is hundreds of amino acids long, can drastically change its properties. Meats are an “amalgamation” of many many different kinds of proteins. Without going further, I think you comprehend my concerns.

  3. However, I am also aware of the notion that at this time in history, the world is one big lab experiment.

    Since the invention of fire, when hasn’t the world being one big lab experiment? 😉

  4. I’m sure this question has been asked (and answered) many times, but can anyone PLEASE tell me if there’s any listing of the music used on your show (especially the theme tune). It’s all ***-kicking awesome!

    PS: Agree with Red Pill Junkie about Pascagoula.

  5. Hey Alan,

    The theme song is actually a piece of music I composed especially for the show… I’ve also included a listing of the music featured on the show with the post for this week’s edition of the program, much of which is produced in-house by the creative and gifted staff here at Gralien International.

    Have a great day!

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