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The Gralien Report Podcast for 29 August 2011

On this week’s program, Micah and the gang discuss the possibility of madness outbreaks across the United States, which may be related to violence and other strange behavior reported in the news. Could this be linked somehow to earthquakes or other natural phenomena? We also delve into incredible discoveries of odd planets in deep space, along with a moment taken to ridicule some of the UFO debunking crowd (but tastefully and eloquently, of course). Altogether, it’s yet another fine example of why this program should be your favorite single-stop for weekly insights regarding the strange and unusual. Enjoy!

Oh… and did you think we’d forget to pass along show notes for you to enjoy?! Read on, dear Keelian seekers of esoterica…

Micah Hanks discussing Madness, along with a few recent examples: 16-year-old rapist attacks 68-year-old commuter, a pedestrian who was stabbed over $1, and the story of philly teens who attacked a city worker (with video).

We also have a Public Urination Suspect who as shot in Oakland, and for a bit of synchronicity, how CNN Anchor Anderson Cooper almost wet himself while laughing about a similar story.

In the fringe science department: The Discovery of “Dark Planet

SETI doomed to fail?

Aliens could destroy Earth over greenhouse emissions

Debunking the “UFO Myth”… and doing so rather poorly!

China to Launch Rival Space Station

Chinese EMP Weapons

Image by S+e via Flickr.

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Micah Hanks

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 info@micahhanks.com.

One Reply to “Gralien Report Podcast for 29 August 2011”

  1. Ok you Graliens: Let this be the LAST time you make fun of Mister Rogers, ok?! The man was a saint! in fact, if it wasn’t for him I’d probably wouldn’t be able to understand a word coming out of your Southern mouths.

    You see, when I was in my early teens I used to watch his program every day after lunch; his calm and soothing voice was just the thing I needed to train my ears and improve my English oral comprehension

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