• SUPPORT THE SHOW AND ENJOY A PREMIUM PARACAST EXPERIENCE! Welcome to The Paracast+! For a low subscription fee, you will receive access to an ad-free version of The Paracast, the exclusive After The Paracast podcast, featuring color commentary, exclusive interviews, plus show transcripts, the new Paracast+ Video Channel, Classic Episodes and Special Features categories! We now offer lifetime memberships! You can subscribe via this direct link:
    https://www.theparacast.com/plus/

    The Official Paracast Store is back! Check out our latest lineup of customized stuff at: The Official Paracast Store!

    Subscribe to The Paracast Newsletter!

Welcome Brooks A. Agnew

Merchandise that’s just out of this world!

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
BrooksAgnew-01b.png Brooks A. Agnew was born and raised in southern California and joined the Air Force in 1973. He graduated 2nd in his class in Electronics Engineering. Beginning his university studies at University of North Dakota, he continued to Brigham Young University, then to Western Kentucky University, and finally to Tennessee Technological University where he graduated with honors in Chemistry. He also graduated first in his class for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Tennessee Tech School of Business. He completed a Masters Degree in Quality (statistics) and a PhD in Physics through online universities.

Brooks is also is an internationally acclaimed lecturer on energy, manufacturing, and more; as well as the host of X-Squared Radio- still going strong since 2005. Brooks is a proponent of the very real science that supports a Hollow Earth and his heading of an expedition through uncharted Arctic territory to prove it once and for all.


The show will be recorded Thursday May 02 and cohosted by our official Guest Cohost Mark Jackson ( TDSR ). Post your questions and comments for discussion below.
 
Last edited:

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
  • In a geological cross section of the Earth, what layer would the hollow interior replace, or lie between?
  • Or are you just talking about big caves or bases in the upper crust?
Diagram for convenience:

7241
 
Last edited:

Top