Nadeem Haque is a Philosopher of Science and Belief Systems. He is the author of eight books and one other soon to be published book, and numerous peer-reviewed articles (total of around 40 articles/papers). His work has focused on six main areas: Animal Rights and Environment/Ecology; the origins and nature of consciousness; the unification of physics; macro-evolution and History/History of Science (‘Pre-Ancient’, Ancient and the Middle Ages) and Extraterrestrial Life/Extrasolar planets and the Quran.
Second hour: Ralph Cinque, a founder of the Oswald Innocence Campaign, writes:
“Dr. Barrett, I am aware that the War on Terror has been a War of Terror with well over a million dead at the hands of the US Military. Of course, the War on Terror was instigated in response to 9/11, which was an inside job, and that makes the monstrousness of the war even worse.
“I don’t discuss 9/11 truth in my movie, but I do decry the killing of innocents in the U.S. post-9/11 wars. The movie is My Stretch of Texas Ground, and it is one-of-a-kind.
“I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a show in which we discuss the death toll from the wars and from that we segue into discussing my most unusual movie.”
Here is the website for the movie:
I’m definitely interested—especially after watching the movie, a gripping thriller that takes the “Islamic terror threat” theme to places Hollywood never goes.