Category: Random Thursdays

The Man Who Disappeared For 27 Years

issociative fugues are states in which a person suffers an involuntary erasure of identity, literally living under a different personality for months or even years before waking up with no memory of the time that has passed.

One of the most perplexing cases of this is the mystery of Benjamin Kyle, a man who was found beaten and naked behind a dumpster in 2004 and had no memory of his life or identity.

The Deadliest Strip of Land In The World

The Isthmus of Panama is a tiny strip of land that completely divided the world in two, and the effort to find a passage through it became one of the deadliest undertakings in history.

Writing/Research: Cooper Carr
Editing: Nick Turnbow
Special thanks to Rachel Rouse and HOK for the use of the office space for this video.

5 Ridiculous 2020 Predictions

Interested in Fully Charged Live? I’ll be there along with Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut, Ben Sullins from Teslanomics, as well as some of your favorite electric car YouTubers. Find out more here:
https://fullycharged.show/events/full…

The Pea-Sized Gland That Controls Your Thoughts

The human brain is made up of three levels that correspond to different stages of our evolution. We look at the more advanced level as the “thinking” level that makes us human. But the lower level, less evolved parts of the brain have a lot more control over us than we think they do.

The Gut Bacteria That Control Your Mind

The war of bacteria vs man has been waging since the beginning of time, but there are some bacteria that we can’t live without, and some that even control our mood and behavior. So when you say you’re thinking with your gut, you’re kinda right.

Why Do We See Ghosts?

Ghosts and hauntings have been a part of the human experience for as long as there have been humans. But are they really spirits of dead people trapped on Earth? Or are there other explanations for ghostly phenomena?

The Wild Predictions Of Edgar Cayce – The Sleeping Prophet

The early 20th century saw the peak of the spiritualism movement, and one of the biggest names to come out of that movement was Edgar Cayce, also known as the sleeping prophet for the way he fell into a trance-like state while performing his readings.

He claimed to connect to a kind of universal superconsciousness in this state and made predictions about the future, some of which seemed to eerily come true.

Although, of his more than 14,000 predictions, there are also some very out-there ideas about Atlantis coming back and death rays.

Cayce still has adherents to his prophecies to this day, though much of his work has been discredited by skeptics like James Randi.

Either way, Cayce shaped the way a lot of people thought in the 20th century.

John Harvey Kellogg – The Crackpot That Changed The World

Breakfast cereal is big business, and it all started with Corn Flakes, which came from the mind of John Harvey Kellogg. He had some other interesting ideas in his mind as well.

The story of John Harvey Kellogg and the Battle Creek Sanitarium is the story of crazy health fads, religious fervor, and enemas. Lots of enemas.