*** DOOMSDAY SAT MAY 2011 at 6 PM EASTERN *** Today on The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell



The following interviews can be heard starting at 10 pm - 2 am Eastern / 7 pm - 11 pm Pacific (Network 1) 2 am - 6 am Eastern / 11 pm - 2 am Pacific (Network 2) 6 pm - 10 pm Eastern / 3 pm - 7 pm Pacific on The TalkStar Radio Network from our Washington DC Affiliate at http://radiotime.com/WebTuner.aspx?StationId=100596&ProgramId=149441& or Apple iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=295327298 or at The 'X' Zone Podcast website at http://www.xzonepodcast.com/

The 'X' Chronicles Newspaper Current and Past Editions is Now available for your reading pleasure at www.xchronicles-newspaper.com

SEGMENT 1: 10 pm - 11 pm Eastern / 7 pm - 8 pm Pacific
JIM KOEPKE - Government Corruption Talked About by a Federal Employee Whistleblower -
Just in time for the 2008 election year, "Good Enough for Government Work" is a highly realistic portrayal of sex crazed, booze swilling bureaucrats who use your tax dollars to enjoy their life to the fullest. Written by a government employee who has seen it all, this work of highly realistic fiction will shock you. Jim Koepke is a longtime government employee whose work ethic has gotten him into lots of trouble while winning countless awards for excellence in management and government. Inspired to write "Good Enough for Government Work" while watching millions of tax dollars poured down the drain, Jim wants readers to think carefully about who they vote for this year. This is Jim's fourth book. He is nationally recognized as an expert on the subject of President John F. Kennedy's assassination.

SEGMENT 2: 11 pm - 12 am Eastern / 8 pm - 9 pm Pacific
WILLIAM J FEDERER - Tyranny of the atheist minority -
USA Today published Feb. 25, 2008, the results of the U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, conducted by The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. This survey "of the people" reported that 80.2 percent of Americans hold Judeo-Christian beliefs (51.3 percent Evangelical/Mainline Protestant Christian; 23.9 percent Catholic; 1.6 percent Orthodox & other Christian; 1.7 percent Mormon; and 1.7 percent Jewish.) Those not reporting or who said nothing in particular represented 12.9 percent, while 1.2 percent were Unitarian-Universalist-Spiritual-New Age-Native; 0.7 percent Buddhist; 0.6 percent Muslim; 0.4 percent Hindu; 0.3 percent Other World Religions, 2.4 percent agnostic ... and only 1.6 percent atheist. Imagine that - only 1.6 percent atheists, yet their beliefs are becoming the law of the land.

SEGMENT 3: 12 pm - 01 am Eastern / 9 pm - 10 pm Pacific
HARRY MEDVED - Fandango Filmgoers Have a Jones for "Indiana" -
Several thousand fans on Fandango, the nation's leading moviegoer destination, were asked in the spring to pick the films they are most interested in seeing this summer. INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL leads the list as Summer 2008's most anticipated movie, with fan interest nearly double that for the nearest movie. THE DARK KNIGHT ranks second and SEX AND THE CITY ranks third among the summer "must-sees." The late Heath Ledger's role as The Joker in THE DARK KNIGHT is the top pick for Most Anticipated New Character Portrayal, followed by GET SMART's Steve Carell and HULK's Edward Norton. Harrison Ford is the top choice for All-Time Favorite Action Movie Star, while his on-screen persona, Indiana Jones, ranks as the All-Time Favorite Action Movie Character. Harry Medved is the world's leading authority on movie locations. He is the author of the best-selling St. Martin's Press travel guide, HOLLYWOOD ESCAPES, now in its third printing - and previously co-wrote (with his radio host/film critic brother Michael Medved) four pioneering books about bad movies, including THE FIFTY WORST FILMS OF ALL TIME and THE GOLDEN TURKEY AWARDS (we made infamous such films as "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" and Ed Wood's "Plan 9 from Outer Space"). Currently he works at the nation's leading moviegoer destination, Fandango, where he is the head of PR - and he previously headed up communications for Yahoo! Movies, Warner Bros. Online and the Screen Actors Guild.

SEGMENT 3: 12 pm - 02 am Eastern / 9 pm - 11 pm Pacific
BRIAN DAVID ANDERSEN - The Moon / Earthquakes / Electro Magnet Fields -
The Great Pyramids of Egypt have been riddles and puzzles for investigators over countless centuries. Pivotal portions of the riddles and puzzles have been solved and pieced together. This task was completed when the author thought, experimented and discovered outside of the present day traditional scientific box by deciphering the true, realistic and functional components inside a cosmically connected circle and the Great Pyramids. For the past 500 years, scientists, mathematicians, philosophers, Napoleon and countless others have attempted to decode and calculate the dimensions, aspects and geometric structure of the four-sided Great Pyramid with confusing and contradictory results. The confusion and contradictions end now. The angle of inclination or the slope of the four-sided Great Pyramid is estimated to be more than 50 degrees and less than 52 degrees (see figure 1). Every scientist and mathematician who has tried to determine the exact slope of the four walls ends up with a number that includes a difficult and complicated fraction such as 51.84444. The fraction numbers work fine when paying odd amounts for tax on purchased items but they are totally maddening and unacceptable when constructing massive engineering projects that require precision and accuracy.

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