Monday, April 10, 2017

Episode #002: The Very First Episode

This is the first episode. Really. I mean yes it is numbered "Episode 002", as in "two", as in "not one", but nevertheless it is the very first ever episode of Snakebros. Pay no attention to the repeated references in this episode to a previous "pilot" episode having been recorded.
I mean, yes that is technically ourselves making those repeated references to this mythical "pilot" episode. But really, who's gonna take us seriously? We certainly don't.

Meanwhile, the conversation in this ground-breaking first ever recorded episode of Snakebros covers the "three A's of ancient civilizations", which are(in no particular order:

  • Agriculture
  • Architecture
  • Astronomy

We discuss the difficulties inherent in "domesticating" plants(for crops) and animals(for any number of jobs).

1 comment:

  1. Listening to your 1st(2nd) episode now. I like the banter you both have. & like the fact that you both have experience moving heavy loads.

    I've come to the conclusion that for the Pyramids in Egypt & megalithic stone work in Peru, if you use math to compute the time to move the largest granite stones from the quarries that were the farthest away from the building site, the math will show that the time it took the move the fragile quartz-crystal megalithic blocks, that is accepted by archeologists, would require flight or powered lifts & locomotion.

    I'm basing my hypothesis on when LACMA in Los Angeles moved the granite block "Levitated Mass" from the quarry to the museum, how long it took the team using modern tech to move this block, which is wayyyyyyyyyyyyy smaller then any of the Trilithon stone blocks.

    Just getting into y'all's podcasts. Looking forward to sharing my research of my hypothesis that the Caribbean Plate is an impact crater.

    have a great day.



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