I've so far only watched the first 35 minutes of the video in the OP. Here are my simple notes on some of what has been stated in the first 35 minutes (I include the minute marks so that they can be easily found on the video):
At about the 8:35 minute mark, the speaker says that in 1975, the CIA had paid employees who work in the media.
"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."
~William Casey, Director of CIA
Whistleblower Amy Roback, who worked for ABC news, gives an account off-air about the truth of the Jeffrey Epstein case, and how she had the truth about Epstein three years ago, but ABC wouldn't allow her to air it.
One of the things they continue to teach in an age where nobody can figure it out and understand it is gravity.
"Let's talk about science vs. pseudoscience. We have to ask ourselves: which belief is truly scientific? Which belief is pseudoscientific? The one based on empirical evidence; the one based on observations and actual experiments, or the one that is simply built on mathematical transform equations and garbage?"
"Has anyone ever seen an atom? No...[…] and they tell you what is inside the atom."
Quote from Michio Kaku:
"Nobody that I know of in my field, uses the so-called scientific method."
Another quote from Michio Kaku, taken from the film, "The Principle" :
"Usually in science, if we are off by a factor of 2 or a factor of 10, we call that horrible. We say, something is wrong withy the theory. We're off by a factor of 10! However, in cosmology, we're off by a factor of 10 to the 120. That is 1 with a hundred and twenty zeros after it. This is the largest mismatch between theory and experiments in the history of science."
The speaker (Jeron) then gives a definition of pseudoscience:
"Pseudoscience consists of statements, beliefs, or practices that claim to both scientific and factual, but are incompatible with the scientific method. Pseudoscience is often characterized by contradictory, exaggerated or unfalsifiable claims; reliance on confirmation bias rather than rigorous attempts at refutation; lack of openness to evaluation by other experts, and absence of systematic practices when developing theories, and continued adherence long after they have been experimentally discredited. The term pseudoscience is considered pejorative because it suggests something is being presented as scientific inaccurately or even deceptively."