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2018 Conference

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Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts

Another Intelligence’s Light-Speed-Craft?

Saturday, February 10     12:00 pm - 1:30 pm     Room: Los Angeles B


Mysterious Fast Radio Bursts

Another Intelligence’s Light-Speed-Craft?

What has been making these very powerful and rapid radio bursts these past ten years from 2.5 billion light-years from Earth?

The first recorded fast radio burst was in 2007 by the Parkes Radio Telescope in Australia. The power of that radio burst was 500 million times the power of our solar system's Sun and lasted only 5 milliseconds. Whatever that source is has become the subject of intense speculation by astrophysicists and astronomers. In the March 2017, Astrophysical Journal Letters, Avi Loeb - chair of Harvard University's Astronomy Dept. and Director of Harvard's Institute for Theory and Computation-  proposed that fast radio bursts could be “interstellar light sails pushing payloads up to a million tons each, large enough to carry living passengers across interstellar or even intergalactic distances.”

Monday,  Feb 12    5:00 pm - 7:30 pm    Century A

Nicolai Tesla

According to a whistleblower physicist in 2017, who I was able to talk with on condition of anonymity, the U. S. government took some of Nicolai Tesla’s patents from his New York City hotel room immediately after his January 7, 1943, death of a heart attack at age 86.

Those suppressed patents have been off limits to most everyone, except a few bright minds in black underground government projects. Allegedly, one of the great secrets is that Tesla discovered a non-Hertzian pulse of energy that he could transmit wirelessly from a transmitter to a receiver. And that non-Hertzian dimension is also linked to the high strangeness of shadow people and non-human consciousness.

Join Linda as she exposes this mystery and the world of Nicolai Tesla.

Linda Moulton Howe is a reporter and editor for, Coast to Coast AM, Ancient Aliens on the History Channel and PHENONEMON Radio on KGRA. She is a graduate of Stanford University with a Masters Degree in Communication. She has devoted her documentary film, television, radio and reporting career to productions concerning science, medicine, the environment and Real X-Files. She has received local, national and international awards, including three regional Emmys and a national Emmy nomination. In 2017, Linda was honored with an International Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism at the 2016 AWAKENING Conference in Manchester, England.  In 2016, Linda was also honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Conscious Life Expo.