On this weeks episode of Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how in a stunning agricultural breakthrough, Chinese researchers have stated that they have developed a system for growing rice in saltwater. It’s a revolutionary breakthrough that could help feed over 200 million people and boost China’s rice production by 20 percent. Then, you Might want to hold off on eating that candy this Halloween! Of the 164 California Department of Public Health food contamination alerts issued over 14 years, 42 percent were for lead in candy. Nearly all of that candy was imported from countries like China, India, and Mexico. This accounts for a higher percentage of food contamination reports than Salmonella, E. coli, and botulism combined.
Then, a commercial airline passenger on a flight from Toronto to Edmonton spotted a strange bright object appearing to be at the same altitude. He took pictures with a Galaxy S8+ cell phone before the object flew off to the east. The witness submitted the UFO report to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) on October 24, 2017, and says the sighting took place on October 19 at around 4pm. The witness says the path of the flight took the aircraft over the U.S. border and he estimates they were over Minnesota when he spotted the object. Then, a man tells of a terrifying encounter he had one day while out bowhunting in rural Mississippi with what can only be described as a Werewolf! After the break, Kyle tells 4 incredible stories of people and their encounters with an invisible presence that helped them out! All of this and more on this weeks installment of Expanded Perspectives!
- Chinese Scientists Develop Saltwater Rice That Could Feed Over 200 Million People
- There May Be a Lot More Lead-Contaminated Candy in Stores Than We Realized
- UFO Photographed With Cell Phone by Airline Passenger
- Upright Canine Encounter in Rural Mississippi
- Pretty Lights vs. Led Zeppelin
- Fly Away Another Day
- Understand Me Now