In the first half, Dr. Joel Wallach addressed alternative health approaches, and the benefits of remedies and supplements that aid in the body's recovery from many diseases and ailments. Speaking of brain tumors such as the type that John McCain died from, they're actually caused by the deficiency of just one mineral-- gallium, he stated. By supplementing with the 90 essential nutrients some 900 different diseases can be prevented or reversed, Wallach declared. While floaters in the eyes are harmless, he noted their appearance can be toned down by taking antioxidants.
Revealing a treatment for toe fungus, he suggested mixing colloidal silver with water and spraying or applying with a brush in the affected areas. For acid reflux conditions, he advised avoiding foods with gluten, putting five drops of peppermint oil in an 8 oz. cup of hot water to sip during meals, and salting your food heavily to increase hydrochloric acid in the stomach. He announced that his product line will soon include a variety of CBD (hemp) oils, one of which has anti-inflammatory properties.
In the latter half, electrical engineer and physicist Brooks Agnew shared updates on a variety of topics, including his work on a North Pole Inner-Earth expedition, his theory of Earth being made of two planets, and the human consciousness evolution. In 2007, a hypothesis was proposed that the core of the Earth might be a solid iron crystal that has been there for around four billion years. But the science behind this didn't work, Agnew said, so a new lab experiment was conducted in 2012, which indicated that the core of the Earth has only been around for less than one billion years. If this is the case, he continued, that means the crust is thick at the equators and thin at the poles.
Around ten years ago, Agnew joined a planned expedition to the Arctic to look for a possible entrance to an Inner Earth, and eventually took stewardship of the project, when the original leader passed away. After having some budgetary issues, the mission is beginning to pick up steam again, he reported. The Earth's solid iron core could put out light like our sun that would support photosynthesis, he suggested, and there is now substantial evidence that there's liquid water underneath the crust. He also discussed his 'Bearth' trilogy of books, which explore the idea that the Earth is made of two planets of different frequencies, and how developments in the entangled particle theory may yield instant communications between Earth and Mars, for instance.
News segment guests: Jerome Corsi, Christian Wilde