The highly adaptable nature of viruses is one of their most dangerous strengths. They are programmed to survive at all costs, mutating into different forms that often make the leap between different species. The infamous Ebola virus, which has infected almost 15,000 people in Africa this year, first evolved in monkeys and then evolved into a form which could be transmitted to humans.

Mammal to mammal transmission is not a huge leap to make, however, as the physiology involved is similar in each species. But could viruses that affect totally different life forms, such as algae, possibly evolve into a variety that could threaten humans?
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Whitley Strieber begins this deeply shocking show with one of the most provocative revelations he has ever made. What actually happened in the gas chambers of the Nazis? Was everybody who went in still there when the doors were opened? Of course, they had been murdered. Or had they—all of them? And what does the strange fate of some of these people have to do with the breakaway civilization and the world as it is now?

Amazing stuff, not available anywhere else in the world.

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Last week’s Dreamland on the breakaway civilization was a shocking, brilliantly informative show. This week, Richard Dolan comes aboard and he, Catherine Austin Fitts and Joseph Farrell go EVEN FARTHER, this time into the way the technologies involved must work, who the breakaways are, where they can be found, and what their existence may mean to all of us.

These two programs are all-time Dreamland classics, and mark the first time these three deeply informed and brilliant researchers have ever come together to discuss this subject.

Expect to be amazed, and to come away with some real knowledge—at last—about why our world is as it is, why the government seems to cost so much but do so little, and where your tax dollars are actually more

Like it or not, mathematics underpins our whole existence, either by conscious design or through natural selection. Our ancestors were very appreciative of the significance of mathematics, illustrated by the precise geometric alignments that have been observed in the construction and placements of ancient monuments on earth, such as Stonehenge and the pyramids, that align them with other monuments nearby, and also with astronomical events such as sunrise or sunset.
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