The Conspiracy Show Premiers on VisionTV in Canada February 18, 2011


It’s time to redefine reality. Richard Syrett 's premier investigative journalist brings The to Vision TV. Richard delves into the provocative news that mainstream media dares not touch. Topics include: The truth about 9/11, Chemtrails, Who Really Runs the World? Are We Alone in the Universe? Is the Government Hiding the Truth about UFOs and ET’s? Are We Really Running Out of Oil? Is Time Travel Possible? Two episodes every Friday night beginning at 11pm ET / 8pm PT on Feb. 18, 2011.


The Conspiracy Show with Richard Syrett

Quote startIf you think you know what's really happening in the real world… think again. The owners of reality have left the building and now it is your turn to find out how things really work. It's time to redefine reality with Richard Syrett.Quote end

Toronto (PRWEB) February 13, 2011

Richard Syrett, a 20 year veteran of talk radio, brings his controversial and spellbinding The New AM740/ZoomerRadio program to television. The Conspiracy Show investigates extraordinary claims within the fields of conspiracy, supernatural, paranormal and UFO/ET phenomena. The show features interviews with some of the world's preeminent researchers, independent thinkers, skeptics and authors in this fascinating arena.

Syrett travels the world following the truth where ever it leads, often weighing in with his own considered opinion, but ultimately the viewer decides what version of events to embrace.

The Conspiracy Show was produced for VisionTV by Film One Production. The series is written by Richard Syrett and Ron Craig, and directed by Jalal Merhi and produced in association with Richard Syrett, Jalal Merhi, Binggang (Tony) Luan, Yunxia (Linda) Zhou, and Chuck Yeung. Ron Craig produces.

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  1. Searchingecharles00

    October 2, 2011 at 11:23 PM

    The history of credibility is vast and attracted the attention of Ancient Greek philosophers, mathematicians (e.g., Russell, Descartes), scientists, etc.  One of the things that stand out is the demand for proof.  In the mathematical world, one expects a mathematical proof.  In the physical world, one expects conclusive evidence that can withstand the most rigorous scrutiny, including reproducibility.  Having said that, it stands to reason to ask for supporting evidence for any  claim made in your show.  You interviewed a physicist that claims that the USA  developed electrogravitic propulsion technology.  He showed a few photographs, made some comments, and sounded very emphatic.  What is missing here?  He did not demonstrate anything at all. There was no model built to a small scale with the functionality of the real-world flying machine.  I would be more impressed if I can see a model that successfully replicates the capabilities of the aircraft/spacecraft that allegedly uses zero-point energy/electrogravitic technology.  In short, seeing is believing.  Anybody can make a claim but not everybody can prove the claim to be true.  Experimental verification is a time-honored engineering approach to feasibility (even Godel came up with a “physical theory” whose foundation was entirely mathematical but it was quickly dismissed because it had no physical relevance).

    Will you invite this physicist again and ask him to give an experimental demonstration that verifies his claim?

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