Imagine a fuel source made from sweet potatoes, sorghum, and millet. Our guest, Dr. Michael Castle, tells host Dr. Robin Falkov how that is easily doable.
Dr. Michael Castle is an industrial polymer chemist who has developed a product called AmeriHaz that solidifies crude oils, hydrocarbons, and other petrochemical contaminants. AmeriHaz is a non-toxic polymeric mixture that is far safer to the environment than the Corexit dispersant employed in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill that began on Apr. 20, 2010. In recent months, Dr. Castle has developed a new line of pendants with special twin-bonded crystals that Dr. Falkov swears is the first product that effectively blocks unwanted electromagnetic frequencies from entering her office.
Click here to listen to Dr. Falkov’s Apr. 15 interview with Dr. Castle.
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