President Trump, Geologist, Arts discussed on Coast to Coast AM


Uh bill and i are both members uh i've been a member of oh god sense i think uh probably eight years ago or whatever and uh it's uh a group of uh scientist that are interested in uh uh planetary research uh when our solar system um the members i'm sure some of the people in the audience know uh dr markor lotto member uh dr stanley mcdaniel uh dr brandenburg all the illuminaries of this research are all part of the society for planetary city research myself i'm just honored to be part of the group my background is in arts and sculpture uh i don't have any science background that's why i have you know bill helping me with the papers because he's a deal more pholigistic michael dale the geologist and uh but my background is an art and uh the society for plants every city research most of them are geologist and uh physicist and so um i'm kinda like uh the oddman out being a member i'm very honored to uh to be in that group and uh they've been around since uh 1991 i believe so well they've been really hard at work and uh last year we lost uh the the president the horse crater uh he passed away i attended his funeral uh it was very sad uh he uh died of cancer and so we just lost him uh uh last year wasn't order was two one marks ought karlotto the one who said the there's an eyeball in the face it's the dona s either one the humanoid side a nasty even took a high resolution ah mars global surveyor to a high resolution it could uh conjure up and they did a very detailed image of.

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