We're sorry, but there will not be any broadcast's or podcast's this week - we should have informed you of this last week, but there is so much going on...
Without getting into details, my co-host and I had and have previous obligations, including last week, so no show's will be created until next week. This provides you with the opportunity to catch up with the podcast's that are still on iTunes, PodOmatic, Stitcher, and our RSS Feed. If you've listened to them, remember to check out our YouTube archives. Just click the icon photo below to choose which you'd like to listen to.
In the interim, there should be an article coming on our sister blog page at Thoughts for Growth. The planned subject title is, "The Great Social Experiment". This subject is to capture, through one persons eyes, what has happened with humanity and through it's influence, the trickle-down effect to all other parts of nature. This topic, like so many others in that blog, are there to make and help you think through subjects presented with a different view - like looking at someone from a different angle, or with light coming from a different angle.
While there, go through the archives and choose a topic, none of them are excessively lengthy, but what is written is interesting. If it makes any difference to you, many of the OLD articles are still being read.
Enjoy your week and the coming weekend. You'll be hearing from us soon!
As always, all the best!
Yesterday's interview and conversation is now available on YouTube!
Since last weeks show used up all of our bandwidth on our podcast players, and we were having some issues with our live broadcasting abilities, this weeks show has gone straight to YouTube.
Listen, enjoy and learn!
Yesterday, we ran out of bandwidth on our primary podcast provider - see photo (click to enlarge), so to be sure everyone that wants to hear this wonderful show - and widely accepted - we hurriedly put the show in our YouTube archives.
If you can't listen to our show on any of the podcast providers, just listen by clicking the link, or the embedded YouTube player below.
If you've missed the write-up for this show, here it is:
Today's show was initially planned to be about climate, climate change and the "Electric Universe", which we did, but we took an unexpected turn which turned out to be very interesting!
We started with the "Climate Chaos in 500 days" that was announced by the French Foreign Minister and John Kerry the U.S. Secretary of Defence last year, then we made a smooth transition to natural law, then returned to climate changes and a few other related topics.
Our conversation with Ben Davidson, of Suspicious 0bservers is also an attorney, coupled with Troy Mathisen, a polymath with a focus on electricity and frequencies, turned the conversation smoothly into a discussion on Natural Law. Troy spoke about his involvement in national and international law and what should take place and how it can unfold.
This is one show that you'll love, especially if you're interested in these two subjects.
You can listen to the podcast via the link below, or click on the icon bar below it to listen via any one of our other podcast players. If you'd like to listen via RSS Feed, iTunes or Stitcher, click the link then choose the podcast player of your choice. Subscribe to K WAVe 6 Radio while you're here!
You can also listen via our embedded media player on our home page for all of our recent podcast's, including this one, or click the following link for today's show:
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Due to a scheduling problem, our interview with Ben Davidson will be one day late. Our show with Ben will be airing tomorrow afternoon on our podcast players. We will enter an announcement here when it becomes available.
We are sincerely sorry for the delay.
Please stay tuned with us for more interesting programming, here at K WAVe 6 Radio!
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