Saturday, August 26, 2017

Episode #020: Do you even Pyramid bro

We start the show talking about how, in this day and age, there are actually still people out there who do not spend an appreciable amount of time thinking about Pyramids. I mean, it's 2017! How are there even people out there who don't think about Pyramids?? Can we get with the program here, on the right side of history please??
Well, we can say for certain that we don't know anyone who doesn't think about pyramids. We don't even talk to people like that. As if.

So we do a lot of thinking and talking about pyramids on this episode. We believe pyramids. The pyramids are settled. Build pyramids, not bridges. Questioning the Theory of Pyramids is like questioning the Theory of Gravity. If you do, you'll just die tired.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Episode #019: Connecting the Dots, Comparative Mythology

In this episode we discuss how many of the most mysterious ancient sites are connected to each other through sometimes obvious, sometimes subtle, stylistic similarities, and how this fits with the growing picture of ancient history as defined by pulling together ancient texts and myths from all over the world.

Bananas continue to not be discussed at all.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Episode #018: Skerptards gonna Skerpderp

In this episode we spend a lot of time on the subject of modern so-called "skeptics"(AKA skerptards AKA skerpderpers AKA losers), the concept of "debunking" vs actually disproving or falsification, and the myriad ways that the modern "skeptic" movement is deeply deceptive in their methods and tactics. We also discuss and give examples of how the scientific community in many respects has also engaged in widespread acts of deception both large and small, and how "alternative" or "fringe" or "paranormal" researchers often have some of the most solid, well-supported evidence and arguments because of the constant attacks on their work by the mainstream, which looks for any possible way to discredit even if it is deeply disingenuous and/or fallacious. Since the mainstream does not even come close to holding itself to similar standards, much of it's work has later been shown to fall apart when attempts to recreate it are undertaken.