Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Episode #111: Anomalies - Part 1

This is the first of a series of podcasts where we look at strange anomalies of all sorts - ufo sightings, stange clouds, poltergeist-like phenomena, rains of stones, rains of fish, frogs, snakes, salamanders, blood, tissue, bones, rotting flesh, and more.

We also discuss the amazing metallurgy of a 2,500 year old sword found in a tomb in China, and the legends of "flexible glass" invented by an ancient Roman.


Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Episode #110: Scottie Baldwin

This week we have Scottie Baldwin join us to talk about his career as a FOH Engineer for world-class music acts, traveling the world, the philosophy of science, ancient mysteries, the physics of sound, and a possible encounter with a ghost in an old theatre.

All in all it's an excellent conversation, much thanks to Scottie for coming on the show! Enjoy!

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Episode #109: David Mathisen

David Mathisen joins us to talk about comparative mythology, astronomy, and constellations as symbols that cross cultures and enormous swathes of time in human history. We did some screen sharing of images and the Stellarium application in this interview, so if you want to see what David was showing us, check our YouTube channel for the video!

We also talk a little bit about some interesting gelological concepts, and discuss the upcoming Contact at the Cabin event we'll be hosting along with Grimerica and David in Utah.

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Episode #108: Randall Carlson

We are joined once again by the one and only Randall Carlson for an epic show on numerology, sacred geometry, astronomy, ancient mysteries and knowledge, magic, symbolism and esoterica... all that great stuff Randall talks about when he's not talking about geology.

Also joining us is Brad Young, who has worked with Randall for over two decades, planning and organizing Randall's trips into the field to examine and study the marks of past catastrophes in the geological record.


The following are the slides Randall showed us during the course of the podcast. If you want to see the screen sharing video to get the full effect, check out our YouTube channel!

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Episode #107: Dabbler's Den

We are joined by Chris Cottrell, the man behind the Dabbler's Den, to talk about his ongoing research into the Carolina Bays, the Younger Dryas, and the possibility of a large oblique impact into Saginaw Bay in the Great Lakes region.

Chris gives us the rundown of the work of Antonio Zamorra and others who have done work on the Carolina bays and what they think may have caused this enormous field of geomorphic features in the landscape of the eastern seaboard of the United States. He also gives a great(and terrifying) minute-by-minute description of the catastrophic event that resulted in the Bays, and what it would have looked like from the ground.


Carolina Bays from Google Earth

LIDAR of Carolina Bays

More LIDAR - Note the farmland fields for scale

LIDAR of Carolina Bays and drainage systems

Bay ellipses are "Conic Sections"

Convergent long axes of Carolina Bays - Yellow is uncorrected, green is corrected for sphere and rotation

Convergent long axes shown on spherical map

Core sample info taken from Howard Bay

Bay features slowly being erased by farming, etc