Interview with Dr. David Anderson is finally here!!!!!!! (Peter Moon Podcast #8)

Here is the long awaited interview with Dr. David Anderson in six segments (we spoke for about 4 hours, breaks included) that were conducted on June 13, 2015. Once again, it is highly recommended that you listen to Podcast #7 first so that you are familiar with Dr. Anderson and what he is talking about, particularly Podcast #7, Part 3 wherein Light Cones and Closed Timelike Curves are explained. We have also added additional music by Noosa to the fadeouts at the end of each segment. At the end of Segment 3 or PART THREE, you will also hear the full rendition of Noosa’s most popular and best selling song “Walk on By” which is followed by a short interview with Noosa’s lead singer and composer, Sky.

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART ONE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART TWO)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART THREE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART FOUR)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART FIVE)

Peter Moon Podcast #8 Interview with Dr. David Anderson (PART SIX)

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3 Responses to Interview with Dr. David Anderson is finally here!!!!!!! (Peter Moon Podcast #8)

  1. hactic says:

    Hi Peter, thank you very much for the interviews. Though not much details were provided by Dr. Anderson to ask questions about his time reactor system. I was hoping at some description of how his system works and what experiments have been done to date with what consequences. In some ways probably consequences cannot be told because of obvious legal issues. Anyway, I’ve noticed in many of your talks you focus on etymology of a word which I think is thorough. To date, the most intuitive idea of time travel is from montauk project. It has made a lot of practical sense, having a tech background and rather satisfied my notion that there must be a work around time travel other than the academic suggestions that we have come to know. I often wonder why has no one ever patented it. As on the DNA changing, it could well be a defect or bug in the system. There would still be many issues to iron out before a time machine could successfully exit beta stage. I also by the way heavily subscribe to the idea of “As above, so below”. It has helped me tackle many tech issues that I come across as an engineer and hobbyist and student (for life).

  2. hactic says:

    Continuing, stasis field is what the ETs use to envelope a certain area during abductions. To me at least stasis fields make me think that this universe could well be holographic? A type of playback in which back and forth and “pause” is available? It just makes intuitive sense.

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