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  1. Hope this comment finds you well...
    Just finished podcast #42.
    The Costa Rica spheres reminded me of this AWESOME old German dude - Heinz Schubert Pfronten. Please check out this fabulous video. The entire technique blows my mind, but the second half seems sooo ancient....

    Also, the crystal cube bowel thingies sure remind of the base stone mentioned by the Swedish engineer in "The Lost Technique" of stone levitation.

    Anyway, keep it up guys...
    Many thanks for the thought provoking content and light hearted style.


  2. I sent you guys an email. Im new. I am listening to the Pueblo episode now. OMG I just drove past the echo chamber feature yesterday. Just wanted to say. I am from Taos. Best!

  3. Holy sacred cow! You guys are so fucking funny. I loved the one minute synopsis of the Randal interview!

  4. Hey guys, love the podcast. Learned of you through the Grimerica podcast and have been hooked ever since. I'm 55 live in Colorado and kind of look at you two as my funny nephews. Concerning your latest episode where you clarified your theories on acoustic levitation at Baalbeck, If we think of earlier prehistoric times when the atmosphere was much thicker and megafauna roamed the earth. Perhaps, animals were bigger, people were bigger, the atmosphere was thicker and sound traveled through a heavier medium having a greater effect on materials. With the proper frequency and volume maybe stones at Baalbeck could be moved. Food for thought boys. I also wanted to mention {this might be from before your time} You can call me Ray and you can call me Jay but you doesn't have to call me Johnson! Look it up I think you'll find it funny. Anyway, hope life finds you happy, healthy and wise. Regards, Wesley

  5. greg .its from kennewick,wa .this is a link to a mammoth dig site a mile from my home.2020 signup starts today# heard you guys were coming this way this summer!!!just sayin

  6. Yo. Emailed you guys some links to pub/journos.. enjoy the anatomy lesson of a comet impact crater.




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