Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida with 155 miles-per-hour winds and 18-foot waves, causing epic destruction. News reporters were in the thick of the storm, wearing baseball helmets for protection against projectiles.
The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore had some close calls after almost being struck by lightning. Much of Florida is closed down, including the state’s famous amusement parks. Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld are all shut down. More from Inside Edition.
The one saving grace: The storm came ashore across southwestern Florida, most of its thrust in the vicinity of Ft. Myers and Naples. The more heavily populated region around Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater did not take a direct hit, as had been feared. Michael Jaco, who now lives in Florida, discusses what’s happening.
Scientist and researcher, Charlie Ziese joins the program to discuss his research behind his book 76.345 – Exploring the Hidden Secrets of the Golden Ratio. He claims that advanced science and math, that was once widely known, has been buried. The information that has been lost, if rediscovered, would usher in a new age of free energy, improved human health and more.
Ziese is the chair of the Pyramid Science Foundation. You can learn more about him and his organization at https://PyramidScienceFoundation.org. More from Sarah Westall at her channel Business Game Changers.
As if there wasn’t enough chaos in the food supply chain, there now appears to be a global cooking-oil shortage.
Adapt2030 reports that with areas of the western United States and Canada experiencing frost conditions over newly emerging plants, global shortages now include sunflower oil, palm oil, olive oil and canola oil, which will drive already record-high wheat prices even higher. Here’s his report.
Brad Olsen, host of a three-hour radio talk show called “The Esoteric Circle,” offers a summary of the oddities and extremities to be found on the hidden continent of Antarctica. Olsen is one of the rare individuals who have actually seen Antarctica after having joined a 2019 expedition to reach the continent by sailboat.
We often think of Antarctica as a gigantic iceberg, but it’s teeming with life as well as diverse environments, including 91 active volcanoes! Many are hidden under ice and have only recently been discovered, using radar mapping data.
Mount Erebus, due south from New Zealand, is regarded as the most active volcano in Antarctica and also the southernmost volcano on the entire planet. More from XAndrewX.
The bystander effect describes a seeming paradox: the more people who are around to help in a given emergency, the less likely that any one individual will actually stop to help. Today James dives into the psychology underlying the bystander effect and explains how we can flip this quirk of human cognition on its head to help change the world for the better. More from James Corbett on The Corbett Report.
Wheat crops are failing in the US, Canada, and Russia–the “breadbasket” top exporters that feed the rest of the world–as other exporters like Kazakhstan restrict their exports to protect their own people. Engineered attacks on supply chains continue from South Africa to Vietnam. Food prices are exploding as shortages can no longer be hidden, and the true crisis of global food shortages lies ahead. Grow your own food now! More from the Ice Age Farmer.
A location in Mexico known as the “Zone of Silence,” or Zona Del Silencio, is noted for its electromagnetic anomalies, but can science explain the phenomena? Everything stops inside the area. Compasses, mobile phones, electronic devices. Strange rocks are everywhere. It was first discovered by Mexican pilot Francisco Sarabia in the 1930s. It was then known as the Bermuda Triangle of Mexico. Does the Earth’s magnetic field have anything to do with it? More from The History Channel.
Going back centuries to the first maps of the full globe, much mystery has surrounded both the North as well as the South Pole. Both are presumed to be covered by a coat of ice. But sometimes, theories have been floated of holes at the poles opening up into Inner Earth. There has been talk of lodestar mountains as well as ancient creatures, even dinosaurs. Here, Woodward TV surveys many of the theories as well as historical maps.