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17.11 – MU Podcast


Japanese “Forest Bathing” and getting high on hinoki feature this week as we look at the ‘The Nature Fix’ and the disease fighting, health enhancing benefits of our natural environments.

We then examine 19th century cases of strange abductions from Japan that bizarrely mirror David Paulides’ Missing 411 research and Aaron unwraps a banking conspiracy involving global elites and the sinking of the Titanic.


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  • JahaRa

    As for your last question, my life personally is better than it has ever been, but I don’t see society as a whole better than it was 30 or 40 years ago. Because of technology I can work from home, I have big yards where I can garden and plant food so I don’t have to worry about the grocery store, except that I live alone and gardening on the scale of having enough food to eat all year is a lot of work. The whole conspiracy episode was very interesting and some of it I knew (like most U.S. americans who pay attention, know the federal reserve bank has nothing to do with government and everything to do with controlling money). I didn’t know anything about the Titanic except that it sank under suspicious circumstances. Thanks for a great show and discussion. I have known people who are waiting for society to collapse and it gets quite hilarious when they call up and say, on this date such and such will happen so you better be prepared and have 2 years of food stockpiled. Make sure you have your bomb shelter set up by … Yet the dates come and go and they don’t miss a beat, they are preparing for the next disaster. Quite annoying most of the time, but on the other hand, any thing could happen and if it is nuclear the best preparation is to be ready to die. Why would anyone want to survive that kind of disaster?

  • Joseph S Hallett

    Great show! In reference to the Titanic; I work in Aerospace, I do Non-Destructive Testing (Magnetic Particle Inspection and Liquid Dye Penetrant).
    I had the opportunity to review the inspection results of the rivets from the Titanic about 15 years ago and I wish I still had a copy to cite, But they exist if anyone is super interested to look (I’m too lazy to dig into that rabbit hole) The results of the Magnetic Particle inspection; It was concluded that the rivets contained an unacceptable amount of Non-Metallic slag inclusions ( impurities in the metal, usually remnants of ore,dirt, sand and other foreign debri). In the foundry, the iron ore is refined and processed, and the slag is removed by “Hot topping” or cutting the top of the billet where the slag floats to the top when the metal is molten)
    Anyway, it is impossible to tell just by looking at the metal if it has slag embedded. Magnetic Particle inspection was still new during the construction of the Titanic and I doubt it was sophisticated enough by that time to detect such defects.
    One, could suggest, that using poor quality metal was intentional. I personally feel that it wasn’t, and the Titanic (while it may not have sank) would eventually have had serious issues.

  • Vera Morales

    I joined plus just to hear this episode whole. Totally worth it! I’m happy to know I’m not alone with my dark thoughts 🙂 Cheers –

  • Jeff

    Great show again guys! I really enjoyed the fractal part. I am a postdoc in astrophysics and all my work revolves around the fractal property of the interstellar medium. It is something that we measure frequently to characterise the turbulent nature of the gas or Galactic dust present between the stars. The fractal dimension, which is measured with the slope of the “inertial range”, is usually between 1.3 and 1.8. I am really fascinated by this universal law. In the the case of turbulence, the fractal geometry is described through the Kolmogorov energy cascade theory. The fact that Jackson Pollock was able to reproduce these geometries by hand is fascinating. For me, it is not hard to believe that we could be naturally attracted by these specific ratios.