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George Noory interview with Brooks Agnew

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posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 11:19 PM
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Rasied in Pasadena, California Dr. Brooks Agnew spent most of his youth hanging aroung Cal Tech and the folks who co-oped at Jet Propulsion Labs. He entered the Airforce in 1973 where he became an electronics engineer. After earning an honorable discharge he attended Brigham Young, Western Kentucky, and Tennessee Technological Universities. He has a bachelor's degree in Chemistry, a master's degree in statistics, and a PhD in physics.

He has published more than 100 articles and papers on subjects ranging from radiation spectroscopy to transdimensional movement through spacetime, and was a featured scientist in the 1997 Wendy Robbins documentary on HAARP, "Holes in Heaven." He currently is a consultant to the manufacturing industry where his designs have saved or provided more than a thousand jobs in two states. He holds multiple patents in chemistry. He also teaches mathematics at Gaston College in North Carolina. Dr. Agnew has recently co-authored a landmark publication on the creation of the earth, The Ark of Millions of Years.


Pretty Interesting Interview with George Noory: 11 parts
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posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 01:36 AM
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Great find. Listened to most of the interview, until the callers start (as I usually do with C2C). A lot of interesting points and theories. Doubt any of it will happen...that could just be me trying not to get my hopes up though.



posted on Jul, 16 2008 @ 05:24 PM
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I hate to say but I am not sure this should be in the science and technology forum. As interesting as it was there was only a smattering of science at the start which was glassed over in preference for the far out interprestations of mayan calendars.

It really shouldn't be in here till he can get something scientific.



 
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