Tue, 1 December 2009
Electro-Medicine (Quack Medicine?)
1900 there were many competing medicines, such as chiropractic,
naturopathic, homeopathic, acupuncture, electro-medicine, and what
evolved into our current system – allopathic medicine. Most things
that are outside of the framework of conventional medicine are
generally called quack medicine. This podcast is about
electro-medicine. We look at the old and the new, including the
research of Dr. Robert O. Becker, Hulda Clark, Bob Beck, William H.
Earle Wainwright and Royal
Raymond Rife. We also take a look at the violet ray machine, the Bob
Beck pulser, the Hulda Clark zapper, polyatomic oxygen, and how radio
waves and power lines may influence the human body. For complete show
notes, video and pictures visit www.rustymicrophone.com. Richard Roocroft
Sun, 1 November 2009
The Art of Dowsing
The Art of Dowsing is a 40 minute podcast that teaches you how to practice this ancient art. Most people relate dowsing to finding water, but this is a limited view. Modern dowsers can find lost keys, determine the quality of supermarket food, get a sense of the honesty of people, and, yes of course, find water. The possibilities of using dowsing in modern life are endless. Richard Roocroft is a professional dowser. He teaches you to set up a communication mechanism between your subconscious mind and your conscious mind. There is a short 10 minute video to help you with the practical aspects of dowsing. The web site is www.rustymicrophone.com
Sun, 4 October 2009
What Constitutes Real Science?
In this podcast we call esoteric investigation – science 2.0. It begins with a look at the Global Consciousness Project, which shows how human emotions can make an impact on the atomic world – or the mineral Kingdom. When the airplanes hit the twin towers during 9-11, computers around the world responded to the human out cry of horror with a disruption in their normal functioning. This is an example of science 2.0. Next we look at how plant life is influenced by human thoughts and emotions. Clive Baxter shows an astounding relationship between humans and plants with his polygraph machine. When the machine is hooked up to a plant and he attempts to burn one of the leaves with a match, the machine reacts violently. Jose Silva demonstrates a vast range of human capabilities with his Silva Method, which was taught to millions of people around the world. Also, Anthony Robins and many other teachers try to convey a simple mechanism designed to demonstrate human potential. For complete information visit the web site at: www.rustymicrophone.com
Sun, 6 September 2009
On this podcast, John McGarry, and Richard Roocroft talk about the things they remember when we were kids. John speaks about living in Twechar, which is in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, where he was waiving to the German pilots as they bombed John Brown's Shipyard, on the Clydebank, and Glasglow. Richard remembers playing on the train tracks when we had steam locomotives. For more information visit www.rustymicrophone.com
Mon, 17 August 2009
Urban gardening is very difficult for people who live in apartments. This podcast talks about gardening in a big city, where your plot of land may be located miles away from your home.
For complete show notes and pictures goto www.rustymicrophone.com
Sat, 1 August 2009
In this podcast we talk to Jim Taylor, VA3KU, about the history of amateur radio, where it is today, and where it may be going in the future. Complete show notes, and video at my web site... www.rustymicrophone.com
Sat, 1 August 2009
Contemporary Digital Audio Recording
Audio Recording using Modern Equipment (Not Necessarily Expensive)
(Hello folks. This is my first podcast. Here are the show notes...)
If you want to get good sound recorded for any reason, and you don't want to make the mistakes that are frequently made by most people, listen to this podcast. Hear different microphones to see what they sound like. Find out how you can get professional equipment at a fraction of the price.
Get complete show notes at my web site www.rustymicrophone.com