Spacetime-Is-Making-Us Crazy-Bob Davis Podcast 952

Spacetime Did What?

First of all spacetime is as much a mystery to me as to anyone else. Learn more in Spacetime-Is-Making-Us Crazy-Bob Davis Podcast 952.

We’re All Nutty Now

But something happened in deep space recently and it might be effecting us now. Secondly I’ve done a number of podcasts about how nutty everyone is right now.

Thoughts Invading My Brain

Finally as I counted down the final hours of Labor Day Weekend and essentially the end of summer these are the thoughts invading my brain!

Front Porch Podcast

So join me on the front porch, in the rain, for Spacetime-Is-Making-Us Crazy-Bob Davis Podcast 952.

Black Holes

Above all, in May of 2019 astronomers detected a collision of two black holes millions of light years from us.

Collisions Light Years Away

To clarify this collision happened millions of years ago and we only saw it last year. Find out in Spacetime-Is-Making-Us Crazy-Bob Davis Podcast 952.

Spacetime Was Disrupted!

However as the light reached us here on Earth, so did the disruption in spacetime.

Shock Wave!

Even more while these kinds of things are fairly common out there in deep space this collision was epic. Two giant black holes and one giant interstellar shock wave!

New Reality?

Certainly ever since Einstein we’re living in a new reality. We think of reality differently in the last one hundred years than we did a hundred years before the theory of relativity..

Developments You Might Have Missed

And I wonder whether these seemingly benign developments out there in deep don’t effect us here in time. Deeply. The Metaphysical community certainly thinks it’s possible.

Crazy You Say?

However that’s crazy, right?

Crazier Than Today’s News?

Not any crazier than people going nuts at Walmart because they’ve been asked to wear a mask.

Deep State

Or quoting an unidentified person from the Internet who has ‘inside’ information on the mysterious workings of the ‘deep state’.

Maybe This Explains It

Therefore consider this explanation for what ails us.

Changes In Magnetic Fields

In conclusion human beings are animals, and we are very small in comparison to the rest of the universe we live in. What if we are more deeply effected by changes in our gravitational and magnetic fields?

Time Of Change

Likewise there’s no question we’re in a time of change.

Chem Trails You Say?

Some say it’s social media. Others, electronic energy fields. Chem Trails.

Collision On The Edge Of Town

In short, why not magnetic and gravitational fall out from a collision of black holes out there on the edge of town?

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(Editor’s Note: In this podcast I suggest modern humans coexisted with Cro Magnon man. I meant to say Neanderthals. And it is documented that so called modern man existed with its closest predecessor. However there is also research that suggests that indeed Cro Magnon may have also coexisted with the more advanced Homo sapiens.)

Spacetime-Is-Making-Us Crazy-Bob Davis Podcast 952

 

 

 

Podcast 545-Bob Davis Podcast Radio Show-42

Podcast 545-Bob Davis Podcast Radio Show-42. It’s labor day weekend, and as people head to the lake or to the State Fair,¬†Podcast 545-Bob Davis Podcast Radio Show-42 is almost an hour of brand new content for the trip, and for your extra long holiday weekend. We start with a review of the week’s political landscape. Despite better national presidential preference numbers for Trump, state by state polls have not tightened appreciably in key electoral vote-rich states. Hillary Clinton continues to pace Barack Obama’s averages from the 2012 presidential election. Of course the state by state averages can change so we’ll revisit this polling at the end of September and again just before the election at the end of October. Meanwhile, neither of the two mainline presidential candidates is talking about permanently reducing the size, scope and power of governments, federal, state or local. In Minneapolis and Saint Paul we have had yet another example of government overreach in the form of an unelected body of Dark Lords known as the Met Council. After the Minnesota House decided not to fund the controversial South West Light Rail Project, which Minneapolis’ richest and most liberal precincts fiercely oppose, the Met Council decided to issue their own bonds to the tune of more than a hundred million dollars, and ask metro counties under its control to issue tens of millions in debt as well, all to end run the legislature and green light the project. Much has been made of the republican’s distaste for the council, but when they had a chance to drive a stake through its heart earlier this year, the legislature rearranged some of the terms of the councilmen and women, and some of the funding. A local mayor found a way to kill the Met Council last summer by empowering local municipalities to say no to them. Yep, local towns and cities – by state law – cannot say no to the Met Council. This law can be changed by the legislature. Why haven’t they done it? This is just one example of government overreach. In this Labor Day weekend’s radio show the dangers and costs of too much and too powerful government; something neither of the mainline candidates and their parties are going to do anything about. One wants to hand out free education and health care, and the other wants to spend billions to build a wall. Both will increase the size, scope, cost and power of the federal and state governments. This is a discussion we aren’t having now because we’re too busy arguing about whether one of the candidates should go to jail and whether the other one is a fascist. Meanwhile the advocacy media just keeps on covering politics like sports, and people keep watching and listening, all the while complaining about it. This podcast closes with something fun, a throw back podcast to the Minnesota State Fair from the early 80’s; an audio montage done then, just for fun. It’s amazing how much the fair and the people have changed. Sponsored by Brush Studio in the West End and Hydrus Performance.