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You Have No Idea What Your Courage Can Engender

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 4 months ago

You Have No Idea What Your Courage Can Engender

"And gentlemen, you know, we say this many times on this program and I am trying to say it in my new book letter to the American church. If the church will speak up, if members of the church, if you yourself will stand, you have no idea what your courage can engender. You have no idea. Mark judge, alone, standing bravely in the midst of these attacks effectively made it possible for roe V wade to be overturned. Do you understand what I just said? What John just said, Mark judge, by standing in the face of evil by refusing to give them what they wanted, the same thing can be said of Jerome corsi, who was on this program a few weeks ago. He, because of his faith in Jesus, because of that, refused to take a plea bargain, everyone was threatening him threatening him threatening him. He said, you know what? I don't go ahead, put me in jail. I will not lie. I can not do it. I won't do it. I'm in God's hands because of that, the Mueller investigation was effectively shut down. Roger Stone, all these others who were standing and I want to exhort you to stand with us in your sphere, wherever you are, because this is where we are now. If you cave in, if you give them what they want, you let them win.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:46 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That are clear and documented. We're out of time forgive me, folks. You can check out Shroud dot com. The book is the Shroud codex. My guest has been Jerome corsi. Doctor corsi, thank you so much. Darling. Folks, I thought the interview was over, but doctor corsi has one final thing he wants to share regarding William Peter blatty, the man who wrote the novel, the exorcist. What about that? Well, he contacted me. A few years ago, you've been reading my books on politics. And he sent me an email. I said, is this the same guy who wrote the exorcist? He said the very one. We started having dinner in Washington together. I said to him, how did you ever get the exorcist to be so well known? He said, well, it's a pretty remarkable story. He said, were the book came out the exorcist. I couldn't get anybody to pay attention to it. And it was going nowhere. And then I was being interviewed one day by dick Cabot. And the cabbage show. And take care of it said, I guess today have canceled. So he had the entire hour with the Cabot. He said, that was miraculous. He said, that one hour, the book immediately skyrocketed. He said, I think that was divine. He says, divine intervention. That's stuck with me. In fact, he was telling me that because I already had in my mind to write the Shroud codex. And I thought that was, I said, you know, and then I published a Shroud codex ten years, nothing happens. You pick up on it and suddenly you understand it. It's the right moment. Eric, I'm going to write three of these books. I'm going to dedicate the second one to you. I can't bear that, but do as you must. The strangest part to me is that, of course, I'm Friends with Dick Cavett. I revere him profoundly and I'm now watching him every night on the decades network. I don't know if you get that wherever you are folks, but there's never anything good to watch on TV. I go to the decades network 9 p.m. in New York Dick Cavett is on, but it's an astonishing thing how well his interviews hold up. But I have never heard that William Peter blatty was on the case. He told me this story, he didn't tell me the first dinner I had to I finally pried it out of him. He said, no, you've got to tell me how it happened. But wait, what people don't know. I want to be clear. William Peter blatty wrote the exorcist, the book. It was only years after that, what's his name, friedkin decides to make a film, most people know the film. I do not recommend the film because it is so horrific. It is so demonic and real, I don't, unless you're an atheist, if you're an atheist, go see the film. But if you're any person of faith, I would avoid it for a number of reasons. But what an amazing, it was being completely ignored when it came out as a novel. He couldn't get any traction on it. This one interview, because the guests canceled and the cabin said, you're my only guess for the hour. We're going to have to do the entire hour. He said that one hour, he got to explain the book and immediately captivated people's minds. And so again, and I asked William Peter blady, he understood that as a moment of God. He understood that as an intervention to get the book paid attention to. And it was, he wrote several books. That was the most significant of the books he wrote. And I got to know him quite well until he passed away..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I didn't totally understand that part when I got to the end of the book and you referred to this, but just to be clear for the audience. So there's two moments where an image is made. One is the weight of a corpse with blood in these exact spots. Is put on it and the blood of course gets into the cloth and congeals, there is also blood and serum, which is the side wound would have been not blood, but the blood had already begun to separate inside the dead body and when the spear pierces the body, what comes out is not exactly blood. That's right. It's this type of hemoglobin you would get from the exactly that kind of wound. And the reason I worked with the book the way I did is I had to, I had to make myself say, okay, now I'm going to be skeptical. But I find all the reasons why this isn't authentic. And as I did that, and really got deeply into the science, it became more and more convincing. I mean, I spent a lot of time in Turin talking to the experts there, talking with the church seeing it myself. And going into the depth of the details is where this book, I think, really, to me, was the power of writing it. And I love the character. This doctor castle is very fascinating. He doesn't end up at the end of the book really believing it. I mean, some mystical things happen in the course of this book. And it begins to manifest that this may be a multi dimensional experience. We may have had a transition moment of resurrection that could be physically seen as evidenced in the Shroud that was a transition between this world and the next world. It was a true, almost relativity type experience. And as I studied it, I began to see that in the Shroud, I began to understand that, then you go back and you read the Bible and you see on the passion of Jesus Christ, these details. And you begin to really, again, re appreciate how precise the Bible is in detail, and how well that detail is preserved in minute aspects of the detail and the Shroud image. That's what's so amazing. I mean, we have to be clear that the more you look into this, the more you can not believe, if somebody had wanted to create a hoax, wanted to create a thing. It doesn't make sense. There is no genius in the world capable of knowing the future and knowing what a photographic image is. Why wouldn't they have used paint? Why would they in the 13th century have tried to create this image using? And by the way, what does anybody who doesn't believe this is true, even saying the images made with. They don't even have words for this. It's never been able to be really duplicated. Even today, with modern technology, it's not been able to be duplicated. And I go through all the different theories that Leonardo da Vinci created it. I mean, again, the Leonardo, this was beyond what Leon, I know, I've also written books on Leonardo. He was brilliant. He could not have mastered this. He did do dissections of people. One of the first to do dissections. He knew anatomy. But his anatomies are crude in comparison. I mean, this is the end of hour one, folks. We've got lots more coming up. The book is the Shroud codex, the author, Jerome, corsi. Stick around. But you think you know her yeah everyone. What it is that holds you life's so close to mine you love the thunder. Folks, I'm talking both hours today to Jerome corsi to miracle Monday, but I want to take a quick break before we continue the conversation to remind you we've just got a couple of days left on the food for the poor campaign. We really need you to participate, we need you to participate. I wouldn't bother you. I wouldn't want to bother you. I don't want to bother you, but we need you to help us out. So you can go to metaxas talk dot com. There are starving families in Ukraine, you know my opinion of that. I've spoken about that in the past. We need to show them the love of God. Every hundred dollars that you give produces 400 meals. That is how amazing food for the poor is. They stretch your dollar that far, they work with ministry partners that are in that area..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:15 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"It's ridiculous, at least be honest about it. Well, and you said something earlier, and I truly resonate with it. And that is that somehow or other it's in God's purpose that this be done now. I write this book that it be sitting there for ten years and suddenly today it has a power behind it, a motion behind it. Compelling nature to it, that I could not get communicated when I wrote it. But it was written so that God could use it today. I have that feeling. And the others I think I'm going to write are extensions of what I'm here to communicate. Well, I do think that I'm fascinated with the way information travels or doesn't travel. You think, why is it that only now do we know this or this or this or this? And or why is something hidden forever and then suddenly whoop finally we discover it and it's been there all along, but hiding and there's a mystery there, but there's also God's sovereignty. Because it is, it's just funny to me that the more we know about science, the more we're able to make sense of these kinds of things. When you talk about this moment of transition from one form of matter to another or from one dimension to another, a hundred years ago, people would have said, well, I don't even know what you're talking about. Now we can talk about it as scientists. 50 years ago, people wouldn't have known. The idea of these transitions between one dimension or another, this is relatively new in relativity theory. These are relatively new concepts. We didn't have a good idea what black holes were, how they worked. You know what I mean? This is really recent. Actually, that's right. Black holes is like, that's a brand new thing. That's in my lifetime in the 70s, suddenly everybody's talking about black holes. And before that, okay, we're going to go to a final break and come back final segment with doctor Jerome corsi, the book is the Shroud codex. Welcome back folks, final segment talking to doctor Jerome corsi, the book is the Shroud codex, and we just Alvin just told us that the website is in fact Shroud dot com. What could be simpler? Shroud dot com. But it is very short to maintain. Very short. And it is at least fascinating. Even if you don't believe it or you have questions, it is at least tremendously fascinating. What have we not touched on? What do we know now that's brand new that if you were to write a non fiction book about this kind of thing? I would really think it'd be the relativity aspects of the image that we are now beginning to contemplate that some images we have can only be explained in terms of relativity theory, which have to do with multiple dimensions, transitions of dimension, how energy works. But do we have any, what else do we have in the world that is anything like that? I've never seen anything like this in my life. And I don't know of anything like it. But I mean, at CERN when they are doing things with subatomic particles, do they get certain kinds of images or they do, but the images are not images that could be publicly. I mean, it won't mean anything to delay person to see these images. Images of subatomic particles or even the imaging of them, the attempt to represent what they are are not the way it really looks. We don't have an ability to image it. But the Shroud images, what I think is one of the moments, the most significant in history of a transition, which is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Now, of course, even the Catholic Church will not take this position because the church does not want to discuss this in the book. It doesn't want to bet that the authenticity of Jesus Christ, even in my faith, is not dependent on any relic. If my own conviction of Jesus Christ, my own life, which is independent of any image. And so I was even resistant to saying this could be the image Jesus Christ. What was compelling was that the more you study in the book unfolds, the more you look at the details of how the constructed, what we know about the history of it, what has been recorded in scientific investigations have been done. The 78 teams spent enormous amount of time, they have about 30 scientists. They published enormous papers on it. I've read them, I've studied them. There are Shroud journals and Shroud groups that I've read the papers. And I was studying the science and the science is what's so convincing that this image it was impossible to have been created, even the 1300s. And now I read a book recently by an Italian genius who talks about these eucharistic miracles. And I want to see if I can get him on this program. But he says that everywhere they look, the blood of Jesus, if somebody says this is the blood of Jesus, it always is AB negative, which is the rarest of the rare blood types. Have they ever done yes, they've done blood types, and I, again, I have some of these details I'd have to go look at to make sure I was, you know, my memory is I could see the page in which it's written, but I'd have to go look at it. The blood has been typed. It is a very rare blood type. And I think it probably is a, B negative. Well, according to the person who wrote this book on eucharistic miracles, it's always a B negative, which alone is fascinating and weird..

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How Pollen Can Help Authenticate the Shroud of Turin

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

How Pollen Can Help Authenticate the Shroud of Turin

"Lot of complex issues, including the pollen, I remember reading a book it must have been in the 90s that some folks had written saying that that microscopically, of course, you can study the pollen that's on this Shroud. And the pollen is not from Italy. It's from the Holy Land. And we're talking about plants and spores and things that are from the Holy Land. That are in the shot. So there's a lot of tremendous scientific investigations that have gone into figuring out is this real.

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Dr. Jerome Corsi Debunks Claims That the Shroud of Turin Is a Forgery

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:48 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Jerome Corsi Debunks Claims That the Shroud of Turin Is a Forgery

"So much forensic evidence in this cloth that that's what I find amazing. It's incredible. And as I said, I've seen it three times in person. I've had a press credentials in the last three exhibitions. I've got to study it for hours. And really have it affect my soul. I mean, it made an impact on me. Emotionally, it made an impact on me religiously. I mean, I've always believed in Jesus Christ, but it finally, none of the evidence in this book to say this is a photograph of the moment of the resurrection. And it's a photograph that is not taken in a normal photograph. It's a negative, but only the very top layers of the fabric are seared on the cloud, the cloth. Of the Sean turn. It's like an image that went radiant. At the moment of resurrection, the body went suspended radiant and the cloth was burned from the, as it were, I think, the sudden exceptional moment. Probably instantaneous instantaneous, extremely high heat of radiation, transcendental moment. It's a moment that in physics would be at the edge of an event transition. It's when you go from one dimension to another. That type of a singularity, the event horizon of a black hole. But you, we have to talk about these people who say it's a hoax. Many of them said, oh, it was painted. It's a medieval forgery, but what you say very clearly is there is no paint. The fibers have been looked at through innumerable microscopes. There is zero paint accounting for the image. In 1978, there was a group of scientists that were a group of scientific analysis of the Shroud. It was a, they took about a year to do it. I know many of the people who were on that and that scientific trip, I communicate with them. There's a Shroud group on the Internet that I watch and follow, but I know these people and I've interviewed them. And they studied the Shroud. There is no paint on the Shroud. It's not a painted image. And no one's been able to duplicate the image or even come close. Today, the idea that it was a medieval forgery came from the carbon dating, but the carbon dating was again flawed. There was a small piece of the edge of the Shroud that was taken for the carbon carbon dating. And that had been re woven in the medieval times when there had been a fire. It had damaged the Shroud. And so the medieval cotton was in the sample that they took, and that was what drew the carbon dating off. And there's

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:25 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I mean, I'll give you a couple I want to talk about the story and how it works, but the scourging. Now the Romans used a particular kind of a whip, the handle and it had a dumbbell piece of leather and the end of the Ted led dumbbell shaped like just two balls and a handle that had all through the whip where these handles. So when they whipped somebody, those handles dug into the skin. Now in the back, in fact, all over the body. The crucified man in the Shroud, you see these dumbbells. And again, if forgive me folks, this is so gruesome, but if you've studied the crucifixion, if you studied the passion, you're familiar with this stuff. The Romans were astonishingly cruel. And I want to be clear that our modern standards, it's hard for us to understand sometimes evil. When you study some of these ancient civilizations that had no hint of Christian values or biblical values, the level of cruelty is horrifying. And so when you write about this in your book, doctor corsi, it's difficult to read because it's obvious that the Romans knew how to torture and kill in a way that, you know, it makes you believe in hell. It makes you believe that there are people who are in hell because the cruelty of it is just too much to bear. And I'm writing about evil. Evil is at the heart of this book. And the point of even the blood flows. So when you crucify someone, the arms are held at a certain angle, and that means the blood is going to flow down the arms at a certain pattern, which would go with gravity. Well, the blood flows on the Shroud, the man in the child crucified, the blood flows, are absolutely authentic to the way that blood would flow if that person had been crucified. Now to have known those anatomical details, including blood flows, there's blood serum, actual blood serum and the Shroud. It's not painted. And these are, again, the kinds of details that 1300s, Leonardo. I learned so much reading the book, but again, I want to frame this so that the audience is kind of enjoying this in the way that I did when I read the book. And the book is the Shroud codex. But here's the point folks. This relic was widely disputed in the 20th century as not being authentic. They said, this is a medieval forgery. It was created in the medieval era in the 13th or 14th centuries. And so that idea has been pushed out and pushed out and pushed out. And I guess about 40 years ago and change, they made some studies of it. And so what we're trying to talk about here and what doctor corsi writes about in the book, The Shard codex is like, okay, let's say it was a hoax. Let's say they created in the 13th and 14th centuries, how in the world, how in the world would they know in the 13th and 14th centuries what a photographic negative is. How would they have known that the flagellum of a Roman whip would have had this tiny, tiny barbell shaped red lead weight at the end of it to impact maximum cruelty and suffering and then have this image covered, the back of this, this Shroud with precisely what you would find if it were authentic. It boggles the mind that somebody could dispute that this would be authentic because you think you really believe people in the medieval era could have conceived of this. I want to kind of also give the my testimony about this in the sense I've seen the Shroud in person three times. And by the way, that's crazy. How in the world, this is one of the holiest, most sacred relics in the world, how did you get access to this? They've had three public exhibitions going back to the 90s. And I got press credentials. It was a reporter and I was through the church in Turin, which is the custodian of the shop. So Torino Turin Italy is where it is. That's where it's housed. And they have each one of the exhibitions, public exhibitions I've applied in Italian. I speak Italian. I applied an Italian to get press credentials, and I was granted them. And when I went over, now I had the chance to sit for hours and watch the Shroud. I actually sat there in front of it. Praying, meditating, studying every detail of it. And I can tell you from my own personal testimony, that is Jesus Christ. That is the burial cloth. It's not possible. It could be otherwise. Well, once you read your book, the Shroud codex, you'll see how it doesn't make any sense that this could be a forgery. The deeper you dig, the more you realize, it's just not conceivable that anyone could have created a forgery of this magnitude because in the book you go into the details. But you got to sit there with it. I got to sit there with it and study it. Undisturbed. Although they'll bring people in, people get a few seconds to stand in front of the Shroud and see it. And they're moved through. Because there's literally thousands of people coming. And how did you get this much time? Well, because I had press credentials and press credentials, they allowed me to sit in the church. I want me to get very close to the Shroud. I was favored by the church. They know who I am. And I've done much of the Vatican. I've been very close to the Pope. I've interviewed y'all been photographing and videos and DVDs at the Vatican. So I'm known in Italy. This is Pope John Paul the second. Going back to Pope John Paul the second. I mean, this is even the most recent exhibition was just a few years ago. I mean, I was recently in Turin, seeing the Shroud. And it's a phenomenal experience. It's overwhelming experience. And the deeper you study it, the more it becomes a live, what I want to tell you, it kind of make sure everybody gets the impact right away. This is a photograph of the moment of the resurrection. That's the point. So when we come back, we'll get into more details, but think about this folks. We're talking about, this is the actual Braille cloth of Jesus. And in these last days, these things come to our attention, and we have the science now to understand what we're dealing with. So this is essentially a photograph of the resurrection of photographic negative. We'll get back to the details with Jerome corsi, the book is the Shroud codex. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You folks my guest today is doctor Jerome corsi, COR SI, who's written many, many books, but we're talking about a book right now that he wrote came out in 2010 called the Shroud codex. And it is a fictional thriller that is based on the reality of this relic or some people say it's a hoax, it's made up, but the point is we're talking about a 14 foot long piece of linen cloth, which many people doctor corsi and I among them believe is the genuine burial cloth of Jesus. And the more you hear about it, the more difficult it is to dismiss. So you were just saying that it's a negative image. So if this was even a medieval hoax, created in the 13, 14th centuries, nobody back then knew what knew at a negative image was. So that would be kind of weird for them to come up with it. But you also say that there are things we now know about a crucifixion that are revealed in this image, which they couldn't have known in the 13th and 14th centuries. The first of all, the Romans crucified a lot of people. And in modern times, it's been studied what the what the actual act of crucifixion is. I mean, how the physical act works. Now, the Shroud, for instance, you can't put the nails, you can nail someone to wood and hang them on a cross. You can't put it through the palm of the hand. Because that'll simply with the weight of the body, that will slip through the break through the skin that won't hold anything. There's a set of bones that you have to drive it through. Right in the wrist. It's actually in the wrist, not in the palm, and there's arteries there. So it has to be driven, so it doesn't pierce an artery. If it appears that artery, the person is going to die in about 20 seconds, they're going to bleed to death. So you have to put the nail in there. And these bones will hold the hand there. Also, there's a nerve there and the thumb collapses inside when that nerve is damaged with a nail going through the head. The hands of the crucified man bear all of these with the nail is through the right place. I have to say folks, this is gruesome stuff. And reading the book, reading anything about the crucifixion, but reading this book, it's a devotional act because it makes you understand the horrible suffering that the crucified victim would go through. But what you're describing now, of course, is things that we wouldn't have known centuries ago. We have learned these things over time. The particularly sadistic cruelty of the Romans in doing this satanic thing that they would crucify people much less crucified Jesus. But the details are things we now know. Right. And there's been books recently that have gone into the anatomy of crucifixion. And also some of the details of how the Romans did crucify people because sometimes they wanted to last days. Sometimes they had to have the person die in a couple hours. You know, Christ had to die quickly because the Passover was coming. And they had to get them buried. So he had to die in about three hours and the Romans made sure that was going to happen by the brutality of the way they beat Christ before he was crucified by the way they crucified him and there's lots of different details..

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Jerome Corsi Explains the Anatomical Accuracies of the Shroud of Turin

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:53 min | 5 months ago

Jerome Corsi Explains the Anatomical Accuracies of the Shroud of Turin

"Today is doctor Jerome corsi, COR SI, who's written many, many books, but we're talking about a book right now that he wrote came out in 2010 called the Shroud codex. And it is a fictional thriller that is based on the reality of this relic or some people say it's a hoax, it's made up, but the point is we're talking about a 14 foot long piece of linen cloth, which many people doctor corsi and I among them believe is the genuine burial cloth of Jesus. And the more you hear about it, the more difficult it is to dismiss. So you were just saying that it's a negative image. So if this was even a medieval hoax, created in the 13, 14th centuries, nobody back then knew what knew at a negative image was. So that would be kind of weird for them to come up with it. But you also say that there are things we now know about a crucifixion that are revealed in this image, which they couldn't have known in the 13th and 14th centuries. The first of all, the Romans crucified a lot of people. And in modern times, it's been studied what the what the actual act of crucifixion is. I mean, how the physical act works. Now, the Shroud, for instance, you can't put the nails, you can nail someone to wood and hang them on a cross. You can't put it through the palm of the hand. Because that'll simply with the weight of the body, that will slip through the break through the skin that won't hold anything. There's a set of bones that you have to drive it through. Right in the wrist. It's actually in the wrist, not in the palm, and there's arteries there. So it has to be driven, so it doesn't pierce an artery. If it appears that artery, the person is going to die in about 20 seconds, they're going to bleed to death. So you have to put the nail in there. And these bones will hold the hand there. Also, there's a nerve there and the thumb collapses inside when that nerve is damaged with a nail going through the head. The hands of the crucified man bear all of these with the nail is through the right place. I have to say folks, this is gruesome stuff. And reading the book, reading anything about the crucifixion, but reading this book, it's a devotional act because it makes you understand the horrible suffering that the crucified victim would go through. But what you're describing now, of course, is things that we wouldn't have known centuries ago. We have learned these things over time. The particularly sadistic cruelty of the Romans in doing this satanic thing that they would crucify people much less crucified Jesus. But the details are things we now know.

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Dr. Jerome Corsi on The Science of the Shroud

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Jerome Corsi on The Science of the Shroud

"End of the book, you get into this idea of how this image would have been made because we said before that a lot of people said, oh, it's medieval forgery. Somebody them dealer was trying to create a fake relic, a relic that they could convince was whatever. So how would they have done that? And you say, well, some genius would have painted it or whatever. What we now know, there is no paint involved. Not at all. There's no pigment of paint at all. So what do you say? And I know you're writing another book about this, but what do we theorize could have created this magnificent image? Well, there's some actual scientists, which is one of the major scientific laboratories in Switzerland looking at particle physics, which is a very part of quantum physics and relativity theory. And they have a couple of scientists there who actually made DVDs and argued as I believe that this is a moment of a transcendental moment when the body of Christ crucified dead actually levitated. So the Shroud, which is wrapped around the body, wrapped around the head, this long piece of cloth, 14 feet long, wrapped around the head to cover the front of Christ when he was laid in the tomb. Right. And when the moment of this image gets placed on the Shroud, the body suspended. Now you can know that because the features of the body show no indentation as if the body were lying on the linen. You're not seeing the evidence of gravity and weight. Not at all. It's completely weightless. And the flash, the created this. Seared the very top threads of the linen. It does not penetrate deep into the cloth. In fact, when you first see the Shroud, you probably won't even see the image. It takes a while before your eyes begin to see the image. And then you're seeing a negative. You're not seeing you're like a photographic negative. The dark parts are actually the light. The light parts are actually the dark. And so it is a photographic made by radiation. Like a blast of radiation at the instant of the resurrection. The soul comes back into the dead body. And that's preserved on the cloth by searing the very, very top fibers, just the top fibers,

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How Mounting Scientific Evidence Points to The God of Scripture

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | 5 months ago

How Mounting Scientific Evidence Points to The God of Scripture

"Doctor corsi, what I find most amazing is because I kind of get into it in my own book is atheism dead. How the more we learn from science, the more it points to the authenticity of the Bible to the God of scripture. And it makes me feel like we're living in the end times that God has preserved these things for this skeptical era in which we live so that anyone who is not inclined to believe has more and more and more evidence to deal with. It becomes difficult when you read a book like your book, The Shard codex, or you look into this, you think, at least I know I've got a problem. I can not dismiss this easily. I thought your book was very powerful on that point. And I really read it and was absorbed it and agreeing completely. The Big Bang, the moment of creation, the more let there be light. That you point out, I believe that the child has been around for all these since Jesus Christ died. I believe it is the original Shroud, and I believe it's coming out today. I wrote this book ten years ago and had very difficult time getting anybody to pay any attention to it. And then suddenly now, with your paying attention to it and some others, but you know, it's as if this is the moment God wants it looked at. It was created for this moment. Because if the world gets the idea and can look at the evidence, see that we might have an actual photograph of the moment of resurrection. The Jesus Christ lived and the resurrection happened. That's an idea that can change the world.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show, sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host Eric the taxes. Hey there folks. Today is Monday and often on Monday. We do something called miracle Monday. I think the subject of today's conversation falls into the category of the miraculous. We're talking about the resurrection bodily of Jesus of Nazareth, all about 2000 years ago. Some people don't believe it ever happened. Some people know that it happened. Some people don't believe such things could happen. This did. And this is kind of the ultimate miracle. And I have with me today as my guest for both hours, I hope doctor Jerome corsi, doctor corsi, welcome back. Eric is always a great pleasure to be with you. Thank you. Listen, you and I, we were here a couple of weeks ago talking about the story of your persecution by the Mueller investigation. We really got into that. And your faith, we then talked about your new book, which is about the gargantuan hoax of climate change and how this has been politicized and just the evil of it. But you've written many, many books. You have a number of New York Times number one best sellers very, very big deal. So there are tons of people listening who don't know you and there are tons of people listening, thinking how in the world did you get Jerome corsi on the program because he's written so many books that I have read and loved and what I wanted to say up front, which I find so remarkable about you and your books is that you have that very, very rare ability to write not just about extremely disparate subjects, but to write in a way where some of the books are really seriously intellectual and academic and dense and difficult and others are exactly the opposite. Just tremendously readable. So when we spoke the last time we were talking about your newest book, which is called the truth, tell me the truth about truth about energy, global warming, and climate change. Okay, that book has some really dense, difficult stuff in it. It's a very important book. But to go from reading that to a book you wrote about ten or so years ago called the Shroud codex, I thought it's hard to believe the same person could write these kinds of books because the Shroud codex is one of the easiest books to read. It is a thriller about the Shroud of Turin, but it's written like a thriller. And the first couple of pages I thought, I am sucked.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"God will do the rest. Now I have to ask you because we're out of time for the day almost, and tomorrow I want to talk to you about your new book, but and you've written so many books, but this is the new one. But when did you come to faith? What is your story of faith? It's a long story. When I was a kid, I had I was born with it. And then, you know, through the educational years, it gets eroded. It never left me. It always hunted me down like a God will hunt you down. And I knew in my heart that I always believed in God. And I just, it just come on me overwhelmingly. These things I'm writing, I don't decide to write them. Every one of these books is in my mind completely before I write a word. And God won't leave me alone. I wake up in three in the morning. Dreaming the book. And eventually, the only way I can get rid of it is I write it down. Wow, so tomorrow we're going to talk about the truth about energy global warming and climate change. Do you think it's possible that we could recover our country and liberty? I mean, if enough people wake up, only if they come back to God, only if they do it we're advised to do them, get our knees, and ask God's forgiveness. We allowed it to get to this point. There's a fundamental difference. Between justice, I have no, I have no malice towards anyone. I welcome the Spanish. I am not, I have no prejudice or hatred. I refuse to have hatred. I get accused of it all the time. I don't have it. But God will take care of it. As long as we follow his way, his way is to honor him and he'll take, we don't have to do a thing. We can't figure out how to handle it. If we do, we'll just play into the demon's game. Saying right now, things you could win. And my bet is he will. I am not betting that we'll win. But continue to write, continue to do what I'm doing. Because really, I have no choice. Well, but that's the only way to fly. You put yourself in God's hands. I mean, when you said I refused to lie for this plea deal, you had zero guarantee that it would go well. It would be nice if it went well, but you were going to do the right thing in any case. And you see these examples through scripture, so these examples through history, most of us have choices like that at one point or another. Am I going to do the right thing and let the chips fall where they may or am I going to take the safe bet? Am I going to take the dive? Am I going to take the easy way? Many people listening right now have that going on in their lives. If everyone will trust God and do the right thing knowing you can not give God. When you do the right thing, even when you lose, you win. People need to understand that that's who God is. We're out of time, Jerome, course, he's your website where people can find you. I'm creating a new website doctor Jerome corsi dot com is DR JER OME CEO RSI. No periods, no dots. Doctor Jerome corsi dot com. We will have you tomorrow for the whole hour talking about your new book. But what an honor to have you, doctor Jerome corsi. Thank you. For today. My honor to be here. Thank you. Folks, the headline is we need your help. What do I mean by that? I mean, at least three things by that. Number one, if it's possible for you to get to be part of our studio audience, August 3rd, fourth, and 5th, and 8th, in New York, this week, it starts about 4 o'clock every day. We're taping the late night, the talk show with Eric taxis. It is a mainstream TV talk show. We don't have time to get into it now, but it's nuts. We've got a lot of mainstream guests. It's going to be a blast. We can't share most of it with you yet. But if you can get there, go to Eric metaxas dot com. You'll see where it says speaking or schedule, whatever and you click on it every day. You can sign up through eventbrite. We'd love you there all four days or just one day. You can bring as many people as you want to sign them up. But this is going to be a wild, fun thing. We need some fun, folks. We need some fun because there's a lot of tough stuff going on..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. I'm talking to Jerome corsi, COR, S, I Jerome you've written a lot of important books tomorrow. We're going to talk about the new one. These things couldn't be more important. We're rarely talking about the disposition of the future of the world. It sounds crazy. I wish, oh, how I wish it were crazy, but it's not. What you just said about the parallels to what the Nazis did. Anybody who doesn't think that could happen again is not realistic. Human beings are capable of unspeakable evil, often simply by being silent and drifting along, as most Americans did during the COVID madness. I mentioned that I have a book coming out in the fall called letter to the American church where I am hoping that enough people in the American church will wake up before it's too late as they did not do in the German church in the 30s. Otherwise without any question we're going to another, it's a kind of Holocaust, the level of evil and destruction of liberty that we will simply won't recover from. We may already be too late. Yes, it may, the church may already have been complicit in this Marxism. They may have gone over to this whole idea of the social justice, this is a Marxist theory. And it is evil. It's only aimed at destroying, and it will destroy. In 2000 6, when I first was writing atomic Iran, I was walking across the key bridge one day. Right by Washington, you know, right going to Georgetown that crosses the Potomac. And all of this came on and we got to look at the city. I looked at Citi. And God said, this could all be destroyed with nuclear weapons in 20 seconds. I'm showing this to you for purpose. Now, that began to really motivate my life. That began to really prey on my soul. That I couldn't explain to people why things I'm writing about are so important. They can't afford not to listen. Promoting books here. I don't think the book we're about to talk about will be read until I'm dead. If there's anybody here to read it. And I mean that very seriously. Because what we're about to go through is not the destruction of Donald Trump is the destruction of liberty, structure of freedom, the destruction of the mafia not coming in, the Gestapo, the Stasi, the stalinist, coming in, telling you you're thinking the wrong thing and taking you away, and no one will protect you. That's right. No one will come to your defense. Well, that's why I say that unless people speak up and stand up now. Folks, if you do not go to war with this evil in whatever way you're able to. If you don't speak up, if you don't resist, you are without any question, you are guilty. You are part of the problem. You are making this happen by your inaction and by your silence. I am hopeful that enough people, as I said, are waking up and realizing because things are so bad some people have been waking up. I want to make another important point. In other words, for people to do this, you can not do it with arms. You can't do it with protests. You can't do it. That'll just fall into their game. That'll fall into their trap just like January 6th did. There is only one way to stop this. And that is, you've got to come back to affirming faith in God, trust in Jesus Christ, and you've got to do what Nancy Reagan said about drugs. Just say no. If enough people just say no, these demons can't rule a country. They will not have it doesn't take protests. It takes just say no. I'm going to take my kid out of the public school. I'm not paying your taxes, whatever. Don't violate the laws. That plays into the game. That's right. But resolve yourself on a purely moral basis, the God will win..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We don't go to a higher form of energy. Okay, now what has been demonstrated and there's actually excellent scientific evidence of this is that the earth internally makes hydrocarbons an ongoing basis. The Germans in the Weimar Republic figured this out, they created the Fisher trops equations. I discussed some of these equations show you how hydrocarbons are synthesized, made naturally by the earth. They can make them in a laboratory. Okay, the Germans. So why do we drill for oil? Because it does come up through the air. Through the earth. It's made the panel. It will come up through bedrock fracs, fractures. So yes, you have to drill for it. But it didn't get created within the sedimentary rock where you find it. I'll show you in this book. I show you oil fields in Saudi Arabia, and I show you the tectonic underneath those oil fields, the bedrock, and that it is fractured where it below the oil fields in Saudi Arabia are deep bedrock fractures through which the oil comes. When I wrote black gold stranglehold in 2005, I fought with the peak oil people about this. They said oil's going away. Only so many dinosaurs, we're going to run out. It's a nonsense. You don't have any clue how much there is. And I said, Saudi Arabia, Matt Simmons, a big Houston geologist. I used to fight with him. He said, well, Twilight in the gods. 70s or 80s. He said, Saudi Arabia is going to run out of oil. So Matt, you don't know what you're talking about. Saudi Arabia doesn't have doesn't know how much oil they have. We today have more hydrocarbon reserves. Then we've ever had in human history. Despite using an extensively since the industrial revolution, they were worried we're going to run out of coal in 19 and 1850. Right. We still have so much coal. We wouldn't know what to do with it. We will never, I don't think ever. We'll have some other form of energy. And the other thing I cover, I want to cover one more point here. The solar technologies, the wind technologies you can put a panel in your house of solar and you can generate some electricity. They don't work. Obama spent billions of dollars on solyndra and the rest, three quarters of the money went to his campaign committee members, and if you had a solar battery, size of flashlight battery, that powered a city, you wouldn't need a government subsidy. We had those all over the place because private industry would produce them. That's the point. We'll be right back final segment with Jerome corsi, the book is the truth about energy global warming and climate change. Come on. Courage. That's the word folks. You need courage because you can have the truth, but unless you have the courage to speak the truth in an uncomfortable environment, it's useless. My guest Jerome corsi has courage by the grace of God, and you are talking about things that so many people say, shut up, shut up. You can't say that. Don't say that, don't say that. That works against the narrative. And you are writing in this book about energy and the hoax of global warming and climate change. But some scientists have been brave enough to affirm the facts. I don't consider myself to have courage. These books come on me. I have no choice but to write them. God won't let me alone until I write them. I dream them at night..

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Tomorrow. We will talk in depth about the new book. It's called the truth about energy, global warming, and climate change, exposing climate lies in an age of disinformation. The truth about energy global warming and climate change by Jerome corsi multiple multiple bestselling author, but Jerome, let's stick with what we're talking about right now because the news of the day, the news of this week, what happened at Mar-a-Lago the other day. I mean, the level, the brazenness of this evil, that they would be so unbelievably desperate that they would try to terrorize a nation by breaking into the home of a former president of the United States. Where do you think this is going? Well, I dealt with it firsthand as we discussed in Mueller. I came to consider the FBI evil. I considered actually demonic that their motive is political. Biden can do whatever he wants to Hunter Biden, they're not interested in. Hillary Clinton, they won't investigate. Nancy Pelosi says no one's above the law unless you're on the side of the demons. And your Democrat and you hate America and you hate God, then you get a free pass. And that's to me a clear indication that we're dealing with a demonic system. And I mean that in the absolute terms of satanism. These people have gone over the dark side. They would do this to a former president of the United States, makes it clear they want to put Donald Trump in prison if they have to get him on a jaywalking ticket. They don't care. They've investigated Donald Trump. Every way they can. I mean, I have watched Donald Trump also for years. Donald Trump is an honest person. And he's got lots of lawyers and accountants. He's not going to file taxes or make a legal decision without his their approval. He runs his organizations in honest and clean way. Now people may not like things about him or his lifestyle or the way he presents himself, but Donald Trump is and I've been around. I watched him. I've watched him have breakfast in the Plaza hotel with his family. I've seen him in interact with his family. I mean, I have watched, as I say, I have to watch people have to see them in order to really begin to get a sense of them. And Donald Trump is not going to be caught on anything. But these people that we have now, if this is justice in America, we no longer have justice. This is the Gestapo. This is the Nazis. And even worse than that, Eric what's upon my heart is that we're entering clearly and days. That this is World War three has begun. And these demons will bring it about. The whole idea of destroying the middle class, passing a inflation reduction act that does not have any billionaire tax in it, but hires 87,000 IRS agents to go after the middle class. I mean, these people are. I mean, this sounds like something out of my bond hoffer book. I mean, I'm not exaggerating. Everything that I'm seeing today, I can not believe it. But where I would differ with you, Jerome, is that I believe by God's grace, they will fail. I believe that they are doing things that it only takes a handful of people like you to stand up to do the right thing. If you don't, they win. But if you do, they can't fight against God. And I believe God is in the middle of this. Even against Hitler, it was possible to stop him. And we know they didn't, and I believe, in a sense, that's the warning, particularly to the church today. I have a book coming out in the fall called letter to the American church where I draw the parallels and basically say what happened, then is exactly what's happening now unless we take the story of Ben hoffer as a prophetic warning to the church and obey and do the right thing. We'll need another bond hopper to get through this. And the point is that the churches today have completely gone complicit. They are now teaching this woke critical race theory. My second book is about this three book trilogy, God, well, I don't know that anyone will ever read them. They may all be read after I'm gone. But I want to tell people in advance, we're entering World War three. World War three is going to be nuclear. I've been writing about this for 20 years. Now Israel is going to have to face a nuclear armed Iran. My book I've written three books on Iran and about atomic Iran was my first one. Nobody read it. It was hugely important. It was read in Israel, but the point is, these people are dark. They can't tell you who a woman is. They want transgenders to teach your children in the school. This is, this is not, the inmates are running the asylum. You know, like Carol's book, these people have flown over the cuckoo's nest. And they think they're in charge. Well, I think most Americans, people are raising their kids, just trying to get by. They see this. They see this is madness. Everywhere they look is madness. When we see that there is a BLM riots and vandalism and burning or whatever, nothing happens. And then if you're not wearing a mask in a public park, somebody will arrest you. I mean, we have seen madness over the last number of years. And I really do believe a number of people have woken up. But they're not in control. The evil is in control, like they were with the Nazis. At present. And now they've got to Gestapo and they're going to dull, rest anybody who poses them. Yeah. Okay? And so, okay, COVID. Bad flu. COVID, everybody's got to lock down. You're all going to die. Climate emergency. You want me to lock down everybody's going to burn up the earth and we're not going to survive. These are fantasies. They're follies. They're madness. But yet, they're in control and they did lock down the society. They did about destroy the middle class. If they have to do it again, they'll do it. If they have to do anything to rig the midterm elections, we better have a lot of poll watchers. Yeah. Because again, what happened in Nazi Germany was that the Germans took control of the apparatus. Churches cooperated. No, no, no. Listen, we'll talk. We will continue this when we come back, talking to Jerome corsi, COR SI, will be right back. Folks, welcome.

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'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 5 months ago

'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

"To Jerome corsi. What a joy it is Jerome to have you here in the studio. And to talk about what most people are thinking, but they don't have the science or the facts to back it up. You have it in the book. This is the title of the book is the truth about energy global warming and climate change. So let's keep going. What else do we need to know? A couple more points. I want to first of all say that the IPCC, which is this United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change, which is the group saying we're all going to die because a few more parts per million of carbon dioxide in the air. But hydrocarbon fuels, burning, creates the carbon dioxide, capitalism is wrong and evil. The scientists are actually good scientists. And what makes them so dangerous is they twist the science in order to make it come to their conclusion. They have to do things like Michael Mann did with his hockey stick. Everything's stable. We have had no temperature variations going back. Thousands of years or hundreds of years, industrial revolution comes along. Suddenly, the blade of the hockey stick goes up. Nonsense. They erase the little ice age. You erase the medieval warming period. Okay,

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And I wouldn't lie to create it. Well, we've got much more tomorrow. I want to talk to you only about your new book, but folks, don't go away. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year. You've all helped build my pillow into the amazing company. It is today. Now, Mike lindell inventor and CEO wants to give back exclusively to his listeners, the per kale bed sheet set is available in a variety of colors and sizes and they're all on sale. For example, the queen size Wrigley price at 89 98 is now only 39.98 with our listener promo code Eric, order now because when they're gone, they're gone, the per KL sheets are breathable. They've got a cool crisp feel. They come with a ten year warranty and a 60 day money back guarantee. Don't miss out on this incredible offer. There's a limited supply. So be sure to order an alcohol one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 use the promo code Eric or just go to my pillow dot com. My pillow dot com, click on the radio listener square, use the promo code Eric. The offer will not last very long because these sheets are known to sell very quickly, order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com that's my pillow dot com promo code Eric. Somewhere folks welcome back, I'm talking to Jerome corsi.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We've got to get going on this. And that's 30 years more than 30 years ago. We're talking to Jerome corsi, the new book. I can not wait to get into this. It's called the truth about energy, global warming, and climate change, Jerome corsi is my guest, don't go away. There are times that I will speak where is one to be the sun just in my mind. My pillow is having their biggest sheet sale of the year. You've all helped build my pillow into the amazing company it is today. Now, Mike lindell inventor and CEO wants to give back exclusively to his listeners, the per kale bed sheet set is available in a variety of colors and sizes and they're all on sale. For example, the queen size Wrigley priced at 89 98 is now only 39.98 with our listener promo code Eric, order now because when they're gone, they're gone, the per KL sheets are breathable. They've got a cool crisp feel. They come with a ten year warranty and a 60 day money back guarantee. Don't miss out on this incredible offer. There's a limited supply. So be sure to order an alcohol one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 three O 5 7, use the promo code Eric or just go to my pillow dot com, my pillow dot com, click on the radio listener square, use the promo code Eric. The offer will not last very long because these sheets are known to sell very quickly, order now with promo code Eric at my pillow dot com that's my pillow dot com promo code, Eric. Hey there, folks..

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How Jerome Corsi Helped Get Donald Trump Elected

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:30 min | 5 months ago

How Jerome Corsi Helped Get Donald Trump Elected

"Was it that you were working, you know, if you're an investigative journalist, you write books. How were you involved to help Trump get elected? In other words, in what capacity were you involved in that? I was reporting for world net daily. It was writing articles. I was following the campaign. I met Roger Stone early on in the process, like in February that year as I recall, 2016. And we just started working together. Roger would ask me what about this issue? What about that issue? Could you help me write this? And so I worked with him. I wanted Trump to be elected. So a sense I was in the FBI's. You always a political operative now because I'm helping. I'm just really figuring things out and reporting and telling Roger Stone what I figured out. And evidently, Rogers relaying them to Donald Trump. Yeah. Trump's followed me for a long time. I've known Trump since really the 80s when he owned the Plaza. I had a long career in financial services, and about lived in the Plaza hotels of VIP guests for several years. And he owned it and he knew me, but not well. But he knows who I am. We're not friends. We don't talk, but the FBI had this idea. That I had a source that gave me the information from Julian Assange to pass, and if they could get my source, they could prove the Russian collision. Collusion. When I refused to take their plea deal, Mueller's case fell apart. I broke Miller's back by refusing to lie. Now,

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks very, very important conversation. I'm sitting here in the studio with Jerome corsi and I want to talk about your new book, but I want to continue the conversation just so people understand who you are and the hell you have been through, but that God delivered you. And I'm being blunt. God delivered you and you know that and you say that. But you're helping us track how this all went down. So in 2016, Julian Assange is rattling the cage of the democratic establishment and letting them know I've got your secret emails. I know what you've been up to. What did you think he had? In other words, it's one thing to say, I think he has the emails of John Podesta. And by the way, I don't know how he gets these emails or whether this is ethical. That's a separate conversation. But what did you suppose that he had? Well, we got to Italy. I wrote Roger Stone, some emails. And I made it sound like I had a source. Word is that this is what I figured out exactly what was going to be in the emails. I predicted the Podesta was going to say things like Hillary sick. Because a bad campaigner, like the weave stolen campaign funds and lied about it, and we've done it through violating the FEC rules. I laid out 6 or 7 things I knew were going to be in these emails. I had not seen them. This was all speculation on my part. Well, when the, of course, the FBI had been surveilling me and unaware of this, but they had all my emails. Now why would the FBI be surveilling you? Because they hated Donald Trump from the very beginning, as soon as the emails were stolen, Hillary said the Russians did it, and Hillary started during the 2016 campaign laying the groundwork that the Russians were in cahoots. And we now know, in case you're not tracking folks, we now know that Hillary Clinton's campaign chose this narrative that we are going to demonize the Trump campaign. We're going to accuse them of working with the Russians basically to give ourselves cover so that whatever goes wrong, we can say the Russians stole the election. Trump was treasonous working with the Russians. So they've established this narrative. And they're already working with the FBI, which again, this is so sick. So this is under Obama's administration. They're using the FBI to attack their political enemies and you happen to be one of their political enemies. Yes, because I was helping Trump get elected. When I had figured this out and gave this information, the FBI picked it up, and they decided they were obviously tracking all where I was going, all my communications. They were reading my computer's FBI said they could read the keystrokes. I was making writing documents on my computer. This is in the United States of America, ladies and gentlemen. Are you picking this up? This is so sick. I have to always pause and underscore. In case somebody thinks though, that's the way it is. This is evil. This is as un American as anything we have ever experienced..

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Jerome Corsi Discusses the Julian Assange Emails

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Jerome Corsi Discusses the Julian Assange Emails

"Here in the studio with Jerome corsi and I want to talk about your new book, but I want to continue the conversation just so people understand who you are and the hell you have been through, but that God delivered you. And I'm being blunt. God delivered you and you know that and you say that. But you're helping us track how this all went down. So in 2016, Julian Assange is rattling the cage of the democratic establishment and letting them know I've got your secret emails. I know what you've been up to. What did you think he had? In other words, it's one thing to say, I think he has the emails of John Podesta. And by the way, I don't know how he gets these emails or whether this is ethical. That's a separate conversation. But what did you suppose that he had? Well, we got to Italy. I wrote Roger Stone, some emails. And I made it sound like I had a source. Word is that this is what I figured out exactly what was going to be in the emails. I predicted the Podesta was going to say things like Hillary sick. Because a bad campaigner, like the weave stolen campaign funds and lied about it, and we've done it through violating the FEC rules. I laid out 6 or 7 things I knew were going to be in these emails. I had not seen them. This was all speculation on my part. Well, when the, of course, the FBI had been surveilling me and unaware of this, but they had all my emails. Now why would the FBI be surveilling you? Because they hated Donald Trump from the very beginning, as soon as the emails were stolen, Hillary said the Russians did it, and Hillary started during the 2016 campaign laying the groundwork that the Russians were in cahoots. And we now know, in case you're not tracking folks, we now know that Hillary Clinton's campaign chose this narrative that we

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Jerome Corsi on His Latest Book 'The Truth About Energy'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Jerome Corsi on His Latest Book 'The Truth About Energy'

"We're talking to Jerome corsi, we are exposing the utter nonsense behind climate change and global warming. I tell you, it's like a lot of the things we were talking about yesterday, the narrative in the culture, this wicked cultural Marxist narrative is so strong, we have to stand against it. And so I want to thank you on behalf of the country and the world for putting the facts in a book so that anybody who actually cares to know can know and the book is called the truth about energy, global warming, and climate change. So you just said that, okay, the dinosaurs, about 65 million years ago, a large asteroid hits the Peninsula, wipes out the dinosaurs, not just the dinosaurs. Most life on earth is wiped out. Then you were referring to something I'd not heard of. You said volcanic tremendous volcanic activity on the Indian subcontinent. I get to that in a minute, but I wrote this book, they came on me, I had to write the book. I had no choice but to write the book. I wrote it expecting it would be suppressed, people would not know no one would read it. I'm writing a second one on the Marxism. It would be three volume called the great awakening trilogy. I don't expect anyone will read it. I don't expect even Fox won't have me. I'm blocked now. They don't want me speaking. They don't want any truth out. You scare them to death, and that's a good thing.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:09 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I mean, a couple of things where I think key, one is they gave me the plea deal and I would rehearse myself thinking I'm standing for a judge and I've got to recite this. And every time I rehearsed it in my mind, I get about halfway through and I'd say, judge, this is nonsense. I didn't do this. They want me to say this in order to go to prison a little bit of time. Why don't you just put me in prison a long time? Because I'm not going to take this plea deal. In the pleat bargaining with the front of the judge, I couldn't see myself coming through to the end of it. Then one day, my wife is really critical of this. She was the mainstay in this. One day I was in the, you know, our bedroom kind of waking up and looking at the computer. She just woke up. One of the most sat up in bed. And said, I would rather visit you the rest of your life in prison than not have you be the man I married. Now, when she said that, I said, well, Monica, if you mean that, then I'm telling these people, we're not taking the deal. Now, I can't tell you I won't be in prison. I can't tell you it won't ruin the family. But I'm not going to take their plea deal. Well, look, Jerome, I just have to ask you because my audience, most of the folks listening right now won't remember the details. First of all, there is something really, really despicable about our justice system. That they tell people to lie. That's a sin to lie to get a certain result and a lot of people do it. You refuse to do it. But before we get into how horrible that is, what was it in your life? What happened in your life that had the Mueller investigators on top of you trying to persecute you? Who were you to them? Give us the background. We said you're an author. But give us the background on. And in 2016, when I was really one Donald Trump to be elected. And I worked with Roger Stone to try. It was reporting for that time for world nut daily. Had been a senior staff reporter there for since 2004. In 2016, everybody wanted to know what Julian Assange had he. Julian Assange had emails, he released a batch of them just before the Democratic National Convention. They were so powerful Debbie wasserman Schultz had to resign just before the convention started. Assange had brilliant material, he knew how to use it. He said, I've got more. And he wouldn't say what they were. Well, I started thinking about that. I mean, various people were saying, why don't you go to London? Or I could go to London, knock on the door and say, join us on a Jerry corsi, would you let me in? I want to know what you got. He's not going to tell me. So I really thought that was a fool's errand. At any rate, we took a vacation. It was our 25th wedding anniversary. My wife and I, and we took the family to Italy, and on the airplane, I figured out that Assange had Podesta's emails. And I started. Now, just to be clear, because again, this little confusing people who don't know who you are, you're a writer, you're also an investigative journalist. You think about this kind of stuff. You are on the plane and your brain helps you to understand exactly what. It's kind of almost like hard to explain. I've done this all my life. I've had since I was a child. A piece of information, and I'll be sorting them out. I followed Podesta for years. I would sit in meetings and watch him. Podesta was one of the key democratic operatives behind Hillary's campaign and he's a very left ideologically. He really wants to change the country. We have to be clear. Again, because I'm not, I want to assume everybody remembers everything. Right. But S is democratic operative, but he's like somebody I would consider a bad guy. This is not just a democratic person. This is somebody who without going into it. There's reason to believe that he's involved in some very dark stuff. So how was it to begin with that you had any ability to be in his proximity and meetings? What do you mean in me? Well, I mean, he would hold meetings in Washington, D.C. that would be public meetings. There were forums. Discussions of this is during the Obama administration or go back to Clinton. This goes back to Clinton. I mean, I've been following Podesta for a long time. Okay. Because again, I'm a political reporter. I'm trying to understand who the players are. I want to see them in person. I want to absorb how they are as people and what they're thinking. So I found that information away in my mind. Now when I'm on the airplane, I'm saying, what would somebody who stole these emails? I knew the Russians didn't do it. I knew I strongly have always suspected it was Seth rich who did it. One of the operatives within the Democratic Party itself, who stole the emails. And anyone who knew anything about how the Democrats worked under Hillary Clinton would know that Podesta was the bad guy. If you get Podesta's emails, you was the mother lode. And the way the way that Assange was talking, he had the mother lode so I figured it had to be Podesta's email. Okay, but again, just to trace the arc of the narrative because so much has happened. In 2016, when Julian Assange is scaring the democratic leadership to death because he is leaking emails, he's letting them know I have your internal emails. I know what you've been doing. Right. But he is not sharing a lot of that. He shares a little bit, but just enough so that you realize aha, I think I know that he has the emails of John Podesta. Now, if he has that stuff, this is the, this is as inside as it gets. When we come back from the break more with Jerome corsi, the new book, you've got to look this stuff up..

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In His Latest Book, Jerome Corsi Proves Global Warming Is Nonsense

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:43 min | 5 months ago

In His Latest Book, Jerome Corsi Proves Global Warming Is Nonsense

"You are an investigative journalist. You don't write theory. And you, in this book, the truth about energy global warming and climate change, you prove that this is nonsense, nonsense is a very nice word. So what's at the heart of it? What led you to do this? Well, this is my third book on energy. This, again, another one of those topics that came on me that I had no choice but to write. I mean, God has me just thinking about energy for the last 20 years about these topics. So I really never took a science course in college hardly at all, except one geology course was mandatory for credits. And yet read with the scientists say about this book, it because my own political philosopher might agree is in political science at Harvard, political science. But the first third of this book explains, going back into the history of this environmental movement, Holocaust co opted by the malthusians, there's too many people. We're using and then it got co opted by the neo marxists with their grammar theories and the destroy the culture and they decided that they would basically like Green New Deal. This is now a political agenda. Then the core of the book is a science. Now, again, it's really a remarkable thing when I wrote this, I have been learning science and been able to read it in the last few years when I could not read it younger. It suddenly is clear to me. So I start off by I'm going to give you a couple key points. Number one, we tend to think of the earth as present. The earth has been here 4.6 billion years. Let's just take that as an assumption. For 80% of that time, precambrian, there was nothing living on the surface of the earth. Last 500 million years is when it's all been getting going. First of all, the earth is today cooler than ever in those 500 million years, and there's least there's less carbon dioxide here than there was 500 million years ago. A 175 million years ago, there was approximately 7500 parts per million of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. 7000 500 parts per million is a miniscule amount of all the millions of parts that there are in the atmosphere. Today, 175 million years later, it's 400 parts per million. Where .04 percent of the atmosphere we're talking about a trace element is greenhouse effect is so small

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We're living in a reality where so many people have faith in God, but we act as though we're supposed to be secular publicly secular. And I think that's insane. Most people I know operate out of some kind of faith commitment. And yours is the classic case. You would not lie because you think it's a symbol. You said, I'm going to tell the truth, even if I go to jail, which is exactly what my friend chuck Coulson did. He came to faith in Jesus, and they tried to give him a plea deal, and he said, I will not lie. If you send me to jail, you send me to jail. And of course, he did go to jail, but in your case, you said I will not lie, I will not tell you what you want to get a better deal and God deliver you from prison. It's pretty remarkable. I mean, a couple of things where I think key, one is they gave me the plea deal and I would rehearse myself thinking I'm standing for a judge and I've got to recite this. And every time I rehearsed it in my mind, I get about halfway through and I'd say, judge, this is nonsense. I didn't do this. They want me to say this in order to go to prison a little bit of time. Why don't you just put me in prison a long time? Because I'm not going to take this plea deal. In the pleat bargaining with the front of the judge, I couldn't see myself coming through to the end of it. Then one day, my wife is really critical of this. She was the mainstay in this. One day I was in the, you know, our bedroom kind of waking up and looking at the computer. She just woke up. One of the most sat up in bed. And said, I would rather visit you the rest of your life in prison than not have you be the man I married. Now, when she said that, I said, well, Monica, if you mean that, then I'm telling these people, we're not taking the deal.

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God Delivered Jerome Corsi From Prison

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 5 months ago

God Delivered Jerome Corsi From Prison

"We're living in a reality where so many people have faith in God, but we act as though we're supposed to be secular publicly secular. And I think that's insane. Most people I know operate out of some kind of faith commitment. And yours is the classic case. You would not lie because you think it's a symbol. You said, I'm going to tell the truth, even if I go to jail, which is exactly what my friend chuck Coulson did. He came to faith in Jesus, and they tried to give him a plea deal, and he said, I will not lie. If you send me to jail, you send me to jail. And of course, he did go to jail, but in your case, you said I will not lie, I will not tell you what you want to get a better deal and God deliver you from prison. It's pretty remarkable. I mean, a couple of things where I think key, one is they gave me the plea deal and I would rehearse myself thinking I'm standing for a judge and I've got to recite this. And every time I rehearsed it in my mind, I get about halfway through and I'd say, judge, this is nonsense. I didn't do this. They want me to say this in order to go to prison a little bit of time. Why don't you just put me in prison a long time? Because I'm not going to take this plea deal. In the pleat bargaining with the front of the judge, I couldn't see myself coming through to the end of it. Then one day, my wife is really critical of this. She was the mainstay in this. One day I was in the, you know, our bedroom kind of waking up and looking at the computer. She just woke up. One of the most sat up in bed. And said, I would rather visit you the rest of your life in prison than not have you be the man I married. Now, when she said that, I said, well, Monica, if you mean that, then I'm telling these people, we're not taking the deal.

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"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"corsi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"There's a highway that stretches across the 93 days of summer. Where worship is an offered to the sun. But to the smoking tire, the S curve, and the spin turn. And if you ride it, make sure you do it in a Dodge charger, challenger, or Durango. 'cause on this highway, the lines being blurred are the ones between drivers. And demons, welcome to highway 93. The Dodgers are registered trademark. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey there folks, welcome to the program. It's the Eric metaxas show American Texas and I get to talk to fascinating people usually and today, for sure. I have sitting here with me, Jerome corsi. If you listen to this program, you remember that we've had Jerome corsi on this program in the past. I hardly know where to begin. So I will simply say, welcome back. A great pleasure to be back with you, Eric. Thank you. I look, I want my audience to understand what we're dealing with here. So first of all, you have written many, many big bestselling books to New York Times number one bestsellers. You were the reason you were on this program the last time, you were grievously persecuted through the Mueller investigation. They put you through hell, we talked about that when you were on the program last time. We're living in dark times. What happened the other day in Mar-a-Lago is just the latest example of it. So I want to talk to you about your new book. But give us an update on everything that has happened. I mean, there's so much evil every day, every week, every month that you can't remember what happened a year ago, what happened two years ago. I mean, the Mueller investigation, I forgot about that because so much else has happened. Well, first of all, it's a great pleasure to be back with you. When I was here last, I thought I was going to prison. And it was your shows. I think made a huge impact. And I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. I'm astonished in thrilled and thankful to God that that might be the case. Well, I think my faith got me through and I deeply appreciate your program. We need more Christian programming. My faith was really the bedrock of what I would not lie to give the mule or people what they wanted to keep Trump out of prison. And they wanted me basically to affirm the Russian collusion theory, which I knew to be nonsense and did not have a part in. I thought had ties to Julian Assange. It goes on and on. I wrote a book about it, silent, no more. So the book you wrote about it was called silent no more silent no more. I want to be clear too. You know, you say Christian programming. This is not a Christian program. It's a program. And I think part of the problem we're living in a reality where so many people have faith in God, but we act as though we're supposed to be secular publicly secular. And I think that's insane. Most people I know operate out of some kind of faith commitment. And yours is the classic case. You would not lie because you think it's a symbol. You said, I'm going to tell the truth, even if I go to jail, which is exactly what my friend chuck Coulson did. He came to faith in Jesus, and they tried to give him a plea deal, and he said, I will not lie. If you send me to jail, you send me to jail. And of course, he did go to jail, but in your case, you said I will not lie, I will not tell you what you want to get a better deal and God deliver you from prison. It's pretty remarkable..

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Eric Welcomes Jerome Corsi to the Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 5 months ago

Eric Welcomes Jerome Corsi to the Show

"Sitting here with me, Jerome corsi. If you listen to this program, you remember that we've had Jerome corsi on this program in the past. I hardly know where to begin. So I will simply say, welcome back. A great pleasure to be back with you, Eric. Thank you. I look, I want my audience to understand what we're dealing with here. So first of all, you have written many, many big bestselling books to New York Times number one bestsellers. You were the reason you were on this program the last time, you were grievously persecuted through the Mueller investigation. They put you through hell, we talked about that when you were on the program last time. We're living in dark times. What happened the other day in Mar-a-Lago is just the latest example of it. So I want to talk to you about your new book. But give us an update on everything that has happened. I mean, there's so much evil every day, every week, every month that you can't remember what happened a year ago, what happened two years ago. I mean, the Mueller investigation, I forgot about that because so much else has happened. Well, first of all, it's a great pleasure to be back with you. When I was here last, I thought I was going to prison. And it was your shows. I think made a huge impact. And I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. I'm astonished in thrilled and thankful to God that that might be the case. Well, I think my faith got me through and I deeply appreciate your program. We need more Christian programming. My faith was really the bedrock of what I would not lie to give the mule or people what they wanted to keep Trump out of prison. And they wanted me basically to affirm the Russian collusion theory, which I knew to be nonsense and did not have a part in. I thought had ties to Julian Assange. It goes on and on. I wrote a book about it, silent, no more. So

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'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 7 months ago

'Silicon Heartland' boon for Ohio, but families mourn homes

"A massive Intel corporation semiconductor operation being called a silicon heartland is a boon for Ohio but displaced residents have mixed feelings AP's Norman hall reports In his State of the Union address president Joe Biden applauded a decision by Intel corporation to build a $20 billion semiconductor operation east of Columbus on thousand empty acres of land 85 year old tressie corsi of Johnstown says that was painful to hear I cried Of course I cried Because it upset me Ohio officials and Intel say the project could result in up to 3000 jobs Sold her home but remained disappointed Money is not that important It was happiness that we had that's what really hurts But for diner owner Tiffany Hollis the project is the cost to progress Every convenience that we have someone sacrificed something for it Intel expects semiconductor production to be online by 2025 I'm Norman

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Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

Steve Cochran

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt Are Reuniting for a Fast Times at Ridgemont High Table Read

"Jennifer Aniston and bread Pitt Reuniting after some delays. The fast times at Ridgemont High Virtual star studded table read is back on. It will take place this week on Thursday, a big charity event. Officially called Dane Cook presents feeling alive. Initially they had some technical difficulties, but now they have it together and it's going to feature Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matthew McConaughey, Sean Pan, Morgan Freeman, Jimmy Kimmel. John legend Ray Liotta. The twist is that even with some of the 1982 films original stars present no one knows which iconic role will go to which a Lister In this fast times at Ridgemont High Table, read an hour long event. Highlighting beloved scenes from that cult classic film, and it will support core community organized relief effort and reform Alliance in the fight against Cove. It 19 that will take place Thursday night at eight o'clock, Chicago time. Encores! Official Facebook and Tik Tak pages. Corsi. Oh, Our

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Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

05:56 min | 2 years ago

Will My Supply Chain Survive COVID-19?

"The commercial aerospace supply chain is writing. The sudden collapse, the spring passenger air travel after the outbreak of the latest novel Corona Virus and it's cove in Nineteen, disease has upended fortunes in the airliner manufacturing industry. That matters because commercial aerospace is responsible for about three quarters of the whole aerospace and defense sectors business activity. Cash is king right now throughout the supply chain and companies are struggling to have enough liquidity, according to what several advisors and analysts tell aviation week. while. Liquidity is more of a function of the wider economic downturn inside aerospace. There are even bigger challenges. Where production rates were once being pushed higher now a Williams are slashing them cascading pressure down the supply chain. At the L. A. M. in the top tier level. It has probably never been more important to have insight into your supply chain. Joining me to talk about that need, and what to do about it are John Schmidt? The Global Andy Lead at Accenture and Joyce Klein. Accenture leader in applied intelligence in the North American amd practice John Joyce. Welcome back. Thanks might go good to be back so John let me start with you. It seems obvious that OEM's and tier ones want insight into their suppliers. But while that was always true, I used to be about making sure that there were no bottlenecks that slowed or stop record high production now things chain what of new conditions that demand and customers pay better attention to their supply chain. Might go and in many ways the aerospace industry you know has a clear split between the companies that are working in the Corso world, and does indefens- you in the commercial. As you say, you know the concern used to be, we have a supply constrained world with very predictable demand, right always pushing for more trying take need those increased rates pushed by Boeing and. and Airbus and in the current world that's changed dramatically to being more of a supply volatile with unpredictable demand in the defense and space side of things you know things have largely remained in a predictable demand with an increased supply chain volatility, so by just keep looking at those things, predictability and the the constraint or volatility the spy chain. That's where the primary differences. And Commercial. We know that demand is going to be directly related to the bounce back of commercial air travel and the relative rates airlines choose to bring back stored aircraft versus take more efficient models on order from the OEM's causing more volatility in and demand, variability and defense. It's a bit different again. Demand Israel remained and the supply chains been impacted by Kobe in some cases they're tier one two or three companies, who source both commercial and defense or trying to generate cash to cover expenses and other cases, local Cobra outbreaks, and our common actions are impacting the spires ability to deliver on schedule, known both cases, aerospace and defense companies need. To deal with all totally like never before whether commercial or defense. So Joyce. Last time John and I talked here on Chuck six with. He kind of gave me the peak and do some new technology you all were working on. It's a new capability to peer into the supply chain including using an algorithm approach that allows more predictive insight, potentially even the ability to hotspot. What factories might be in trouble in the future? Can you tell us a little bit about what accenture is working on? And how does this work? Yes, absolutely Michael Accenture? We've been working with our clients in the supply chain area for many years using analytics and machine learning. In fact, if you go back to last year's pariser show in our accenture shall a. we had a digital showcase. Demo that focused on intelligence supply chain, and what this demo is a together machine, learning and artificial intelligence, and we used I at supply chain Europe e data to really understand delivery delays identify missing parts. We also looked at the opportunity for Automation Muller. Doing now is we're bringing together? All Lot of data sets and we're using artificial intelligence to help companies deal with the increase in volatility manage. Manage uncertainty and really get at supplier resiliency. That's really the core of what our solution is all about now so for North, America a and D client what we've done is we've taken and artificial intelligence engine that uses the supplier Jadot and what we're trying to do. We're actually working to predict the number of days late or a particular part, and we're doing that by bringing together a supplier. Number roaches order number eleven worry day in quantity, combination you all that information, Heather actually identify the number of as laid the opulent part is going to be and so by knowing the number of days way them. What were able to do is fight and determine. Do I have enough inventory? As coverage or that? Particular part is ultimately if I Joan I need to make additional decisions around production, and so what? We've been able to do with our solution. Experience up to ten percent improvement apart availability production. And we're also able to change the role of the delivery service analyst. Previous lanes individuals really operating. All here. Allergy by getting parts then wall really. Burning that role inches, someone that now uses ena an ai a better and improve sagem around artists that are going to chase I which parts are actually GonNa come in on Hind. So is a big ship in

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Restaurant Industry Faces A Sudden Collapse In Coronavirus Shutdowns

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:56 min | 3 years ago

Restaurant Industry Faces A Sudden Collapse In Coronavirus Shutdowns

"It's being a week like never before restaurants around the world have been forced to close their doors faced by the corona virus break. There is no escape from it. The epidemic is devastating for the hospitality industry around the world. But there may be some lessons Santo ideas that can be learned from water entrepreneurs in different parts of the planets have been coming up with in response to what's happening at the moment. Is the hours rough coat hospitalized in London and he shared some of his thoughts with me. I mean it's so tricky. Marcus because fundamentally the restaurants around the world and oversee it slightly differs in different cities or different countries. Whether it's you know. They've been made to physically close or like in London at the moment. It's Thursday here and restaurants sister league allow to be open so the advice slightly diff is. But we've never seen anything like this before in this industry where your business literally falls off a cliff overnight and suddenly you have no customers and I'm sure a lot of your listeners. To the menu now that the restaurant industry operates on very tight margins and relies a huge amount light lots of business but especially restaurants on cash flow. So there's the obvious things of working out how long you can survive for while being closed and trying to pay you'll start off and holding onto as much cash as possible but on the softer ideas. You know you're seeing a lot of people turn to doing takeaway meals undoing local delivery so not relying on delivery companies can sometimes take quite large commission. But you know people actually sending off out to deliver meals. Obviously they've got to abide by the current health and safety guidelines for the current of ours. But we're seeing people kind of think outside the box and of course lots of people are using the larger delivery companies to get their food out to people who obviously on leaving their home. It was kind of other advice. Get your phone if you are open. And your trading. There was a group of US talking about this at the end of last week saying this is the time to really show the customers that you do have that you all the best of the best say you need for the Best Hospitality Cook than the best food. Really make them feel welcome and now's the time to really win them over as customers. Have you come across in any innovative ideas from the hospitality industry during these trying times mention? Obviously that there is increasing amounts of home deliveries. But anything else. Yeah you're seeing more people do home deliveries I was reading about. I think it's GIN business in London. Who have started to make their own hand sanitizer Corsi. They've got alcohol in that equipped to do that. And that's obviously in high demand the moment but I think sadly at the moment for so many hospitality businesses around the world. They're really focused on just going. How are we going to survive? And how do we cut as many causes possible while maintaining a workforce to survive? What's going on? What about customers if you have a local restaurants you love and your feelings about what's happening right now? How can you show your support? Besides the obvious going there and ordering fruit. Yes so we're starting to see more places actually suggest to customers to buy vouchers. Which restaurants have done before but they're really pushing it now saying look we closed so you can't come down and spend money with us but if you buy a voucher say one hundred dollars off two hundred pounds you will get the voucher. But Oh so they're going to add on some cash to it so they're replacing you pay two hundred pounds for voucher to come dine with us when everything's back to normal American but actually it's gotta a value of two hundred and fifty pounds. I hope this is working. I don't have any stats. Administered by the people are doing this. But that's what people are trying to do their finding any way to bring in some sort of income and then when we can open our does again and start welcoming customers back in. There's a reason for people to come back. We should also remember that. This is not just about hotels and restaurants when we look at what's happening within the hospitality industry at the moment. We also have to remember that. There's plenty of suppliers this even say. Pr Companies that all of a sudden find themselves without any customers clients at the moment. Yeah exactly I mean. The knock-on effect of this has been huge. You know a hotel or restaurant nor opening or not having any business you obviously then do not need supplies as you say you've got people like PR companies. My own business is the same. We work very closely with hundreds of operators and suddenly all of your clients in the space of twenty four hours. They stopped they all shut down so the implications of this are very big. Is there anything you can do to support suppliers? Yeah I think at the moment especially in the UK at the moment. We're trying to find out what's going to happen on the same places like in New York and La where all the restaurants have shot. I just think he's offering much support to people as possible. People are coming up with different ideas of how to survive as a business and I think the main thing we will have to remember. Is You know. We're starting to see life. Comeback to normal in places like China Hong Kong and Singapore. So we know things do recover and will get better. It's now just working out. How do we get through the next two to three months? Say That when things do get back to normal and we can happen again and start operating as an industry that we're going to be there. Are things a very important point to make over there? It's important to remember that this wheel and one day. This chaos is going to be over at some points when the virus outbreak is over until we can continue our lives as usual. I know you follow London's restaurant scene carefully. Do you think things will be different? Then what do you expect when blazes start opening again and when we can continue our lives? The honest on Sir is an. I really hope I'm wrong here. And a lot of it balances on what the government does in this country to save jobs. But there's going to be less restaurants and think that's just the sad truth at the moment when this does finish and we can get back to normal. There are going to with being casualties in this industry. It's the sad truth about to an you know it's awful visa people's lives. I'm just hoping that. Obviously with the government support and everything that will hopefully be announced very soon in terms of how to how to look off your employees in support pay them and then hopefully more stuff with landlords. Giving that operates is breaks rents etcetera the we can limit how many businesses caught the. It's going to be a very different world and I think that's the same for every country. The when we out of this. I think people will be living differently. Unemployment from Goto spirituality

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Fan events announced for 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Fan events announced for 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta

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