Ochelli Effect: Hyperbolic Trigonometric Identities Clash

Chuck interrupts both of his guests a bit more than usual on this episode. So it looks like being busy producing himself , has not made him shut up any more than anything else. Good thing ? Bad Thing , You Decide…

This Tuesday night we start off with author Mike Swanson who takes us through many concepts. This time we address “supply-side economics”and the contradictions of public pronouncements versus policy. Also addressed is the Wall Street indications versus day to day life. much more in-depth information can be found at https://wallstreetwindow.com and by the way the site is undergoing a bit of a renovation. Plus more … Hyperbolic Trigonometric Identities Clash

Second hour we discuss ICBMs that were not launched on Hawaii and Japan with fellow radio host Pearse Redmond. Was it a test? If yes , a test of what ? Is this the new normal? Does agent Orange AKA Trump have any idea what is going on anyway? 239 Lbs.? Is psychosis a good psy-op? Hyperbolic Trigonometric Identities Clash ? Mass Distraction? Weapons of self-destruction ?Trickle Down Economics ? Korean Hyperbolics?

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Show Notes:

Presidency for Sale: 64 Trade Groups, Companies, Candidates, Foreign Governments and Political Groups Spending Money at Trump’s Properties

The Great Lie of Supply-Side Economics

PPR episode 125 North Korea Anthrax Propaganda with Robbie Martin

North Korea said to be testing anthrax-tipped ballistic missiles

Hawaii missile alert: False alarm warns residents of “ballistic missile threat”

White House: Hawaii false alarm ‘purely a state exercise’

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  • Peeter Joot  On January 17, 2018 at 3:15 pm

    I can’t imagine what you mean by the title of this episode. The first hyperbolic trig relationship that comes to mind is:

    cosh^2(x) – sinh(x) = 1

    but what can you mean by a clash of hyperbolic trig identities?

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