Some of you may know, or heard of, James Mullaney. In
the late 1960s/early 1970s, James J. Mullaney was the
Curator, Exhibits and Astronomy, at Pittsburgh's
original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular
Science. He was also a Staff Astronomer at the
University of Pittsburgh's Allegheny Observatory.
Well, James Mullaney will be interviewed on the
nationally-syndicated, "Coast-to-Coast AM" radio show
LATE Wednesday night/EARLY Thursday morning January
16-17, 2008, which begins at 1:00 a.m. EST (interview
will probably occur 2:00 to 5:00 a.m.).
James Mullaney has published more than 500 articles
and five books on astronomical topics. His latest
book, and the purpose of this radio interview, is
titled, "Edgar Cayce and the Cosmos." Here is a
description of the book from Amazon.com:
"Editorial Reviews - Product Description
A timely and long-overdue work that in one convenient
volume collects and analyzes the Edgar Cayce readings
related to the cosmos, both in the light of modern
astronomical and cosmological knowledge along with the
most recent discoveries in these fascinating fields.
Complete with some of the latest and most spectacular
images in full color from the Hubble space telescope
superb "heritage" collection, this intriguing book
will show that Edgar Cayce, the "sleeping prophet,"
was tapping into the vast akashic records of the
universe and the incredible cosmic consciousness that
lies behind creation at its grandest."
The "Coast-to-Coast AM" radio program is heard on two
Pittsburgh radio stations:
* WPGB-FM News/Talk 104.7 at 104.7 MegaHertz on the FM
* WPTT-AM News/Talk 1360 at 1360 KiloHertz on the AM
band [although, at night, WPTT only transmits with
1,000 watts and, hence, can only be heard in the Mon
Valley and some parts of the eastern suburbs]
Additionally, you can scan the AM radio dial at night
and find the program on numerous out-of-town AM radio
stations from cities such as Charlotte, Richmond,
Cleveland, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Albany,
Louisville, and Youngstown.
Info about the interview from the "Coast to Coast AM"
Here is a bio of James J. Mullaney:
Glenn A. Walsh
Electronic Mail - < siderostat1989@...
SPACE & SCIENCE NEWS, ASTRONOMICAL CALENDAR:
Author of History Web Sites on the Internet --
* Buhl Planetarium, Pittsburgh:
* Adler Planetarium, Chicago:
* Astronomer, Educator, Optician John A. Brashear:
* Andrew Carnegie & Carnegie Libraries:
* Duquesne Incline cable-car railway, Pittsburgh:
* Public Transit:
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