Thursday, January 26, 2023

Episode #274: UFOs and the Paranormal

We are joined on this episode by Marty Garza, guest and researcher from the UFO series, and Seriah Azkath, host of the excellent podcast Where Did the Road Go, for a full length roundtable discussion on the topic of UFOs.  We start with the current state of things in the UFO/UAP subject, then the conversation morphs into a much more broad discussion on the nature of the phenomena itself.

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Thursday, January 19, 2023

Episode #273: The Path of the Pole - Part 9

We continue our in-depth reading and discussion on Charles Hapgood's Path of the Pole, finishing up the section on megafauna extinctions in North America at the end of the last ice age, and moving into evidence for massive geological upheaval in South America in the recent past. Hapgood talks about the Altiplano area of Peru and Bolivia, Lake Titicaca, and Tiahuanaco, all of which show signs of being involved in an enormous geological uplift that brought the lake from contact with the ocean to its present location far above sea level.


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Thursday, January 12, 2023

Episode #272: Ice Age Bones with George Howard

George Howard joins us to discuss his knowledge of the Alaskan Pleistocene bonebeds we were reading about in Path of the Pole. George has a lot of interesting information about these deposits, including a Comet Research Group study on cosmic material recovered from sediments embedded in the bones themselves.

We also discuss a similar massive bonebed right here in Texas that George has known about for many years.  For various reasons, these bonebeds haven't really been properly studied, but maybe that will change in the near future...

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Thursday, January 5, 2023

Episode #271: The Path of the Pole - Part 8

Back to the book report! We had a great time in Egypt, and there are more Egypt episodes coming, but meanwhile we still have to complete Charles Hapgood's Path of the Pole.

This week we complete the section on mountain building, continental drift, and crustal composition, and move into chapter ten, which is about the extinction of the Pleistocene megafauna.


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