Electrical engineer Brooks Agnew updated his work on the Hollow Earth, the shadow government, weather manipulation, and his development of the first electric fleet truck. He began researching the secretive Project HAARP in 1997 for the documentary Holes in Heaven, and learned that the technology was capable of weather manipulation, and possible use as a weapon. HAARP alters the climate by heating the ionosphere and pushing it out into space, leaving voids that are filled in by the stratosphere and troposphere, and allowing for the jet stream to be redirected, he explained. Agnew demonstrated a similar technology by building a large cloud chamber for TV documentaries, including the first episode of Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura (view clip).
He has detected thousands of square miles of hatch patterns of vapor laid into the sky over the Pacific Ocean. These intentionally placed trails of aluminum and barium, so called chemtrails, are coupled with HAARP technology to presumably combat global warming as part of a clandestine government agenda, he commented. Regarding the Hollow Earth theory, he suggested there is evidence that the Earth at one time was much smaller in its diameter, and during its subsequent expansion, it would have to leave voids behind.
"We built [an electric] truck that's 1500 lbs lighter than a full size pick-up. It will carry a thousand pounds a hundred miles on about about a 1.5 cents a mile," he said of his new vehicle, the EV Fleet, which is assembled in the United States. Agnew detailed how a "shadow government" emerged in America, beginning with the creation of the Federal Reserve, to the current scenario in which Congress has ceded control over its legislative powers to various agencies, and regulatory groups. The latest power grab has to do with 'net neutrality,' and a plan that calls for billions in new taxes, fees, and controls over Internet content, he warned.
First hour guest, investigative author Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network talked about a threat issued from the Al-Shabaab terrorist group, as well as ISIS and related topics. "There is, unfortunately, western intelligence complicity in the creation of ISIS," dating back to 2006, he lamented. Al-Shabaab, a splinter Somali terrorist group, has claimed responsibility for the deaths of tens of thousands of people over the last decade, and recently called for attacks on shopping malls in the West, including the Mall of America in Minnesota.