He’s linking a lot of things together . . . plausibly.
Some new puzzle pieces, . . .
Some interesting contentions re Scripture, science, Egyption and other cultures’ records about
Ark of the Covenant
‘monoatomic gold’ etc.
resonating frequencies with DNA . . .
Controlled study . . . fed such monoatomic substances . . . effects immediate and cumulative . . . left and right brains functioned more equally and more in synchrony.
At about the mid-point . . . gets into a cotton farmer’s discovery . . . from their poor soils . . . and resulting experimental measures get really interesting with a variety of scientific labs . . .
Some interesting stuff when they came to applying for a patent . . .
For those with a particular interest in such—it could be a fascinating video.
Actually, the one thing, so far, that I’m certain he’s wrong about—is the bit about us purportedly using a fraction of our brain power. fMRI etc. imaging has shown that’s basically false.
Somehow, posting efforts are not behaving as predicted . . .
The video gets really interesting and very scientific at about the mid-point.
Very very fascinating.
One of the more interesting videos I’ve seen in the last 10-20 years.
Resonances become a very fascinating issue.
Implications for a long list of things including causing the DNA to cure cancer cells.
Given most of the contributors to DU, that has some *really* frightening implications.