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Investigating pre-Columbian contact, lost races, ancient astronomy, navigation, and migration, cultural oddities, associated diffusion evidence and the truly unexplainable.

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Tonight's show covers several things that have remained loose ends until now. Some will remain loose ends, but with a little more information in hand. And maybe a little about earth day.

Sharing information in this field has been somewhat sporadic and adhoc. I want to start changing that, but I need your help. First, I'll discuss the need for a central resource and research repository. Then, the need for a dedicated... more

A new study cites spikes of ammonium in Greenland ice cores as evidence for a giant comet impact at the end of the last ice age, and suggests that the collision may have caused a brief, final cold snap before the climate warmed up for good.

This week we examine the (short) list of catastrophic events that may have induced the "Dark Ages". Several hypothetical events may have started or contributed to the so-called Dark Ages, including the event that moved... more

John Carlo is a native of New Jersey, but spent significant time living in Egypt, where he investigated the existence of the ancient repository of knowledge, known variously as the "Library of Thoth", the "Well of Knowledge", the "Atlantean... more

Author and researcher Jay Wakefield, along with Renoud De Jong, have released their second book decyphering the ancient monuments of Western Europe, "Rocks and Rows". But it isn't merely rehashing the content of their previous... more

I've always wished for a path to convey how important some of the topics we discuss really are in today's world. I've found my path and I'm being dragged down it by my heels...

Many different types of skeletons have been reported both in the Americas and abroad that do not fit the picture of humanity that is provided by our institutional collective. This episode examines some of the cases and introduces a new... more

This week Dennis Crenshaw and Steve St. Clair drop by to welcome us back on the air. Hence the title... Topics of discussion, among others, include some 4,000 year old DNA found in Greenland that doesn't fit, a Welsh coast shipwreck from... more

The Oopa Loopa Cafe has had a busy and, I think, productive year. This segment is a round up of some of the highlights, lowlights, and sidelights of 2009. Some of the highlights are part of the archived segments and some are not. We'll have... more
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