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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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Several of the scheduled speakers for the upcoming Atlantic Conference will join the Oopa Loopa Cafe to give us a preview of their topics and provide insights. It will be a very busy night on the switchboard and in the chat. Please try to join... more

In the first half of this segment, Linda took us along on a live ghost hunting expedition to the former Masonic Lodge in Richland Center, WI. In the second half, we discussed Linda's book, The Beast of Bray Road, that detailed her... more

The economic woes are even affecting the diffusion community. We'll talk about the most immediate impacts, what it may mean, and what we can do to help. Also, a pointed follow-up on last week's topic, archeology news, and, maybe,... more

To paraphrase Teddy R, "Walk softly and carry a huge amount of evidence". The difficult part is choosing where to start. There is ample evidence -- on both sides of both oceans -- that heavy traffic was going both ways for a very, very... more

Major John Wesley Powell was a war hero, an explorer, an accomplished linguist, and the person who, almost single-handedly, established ethnology as a science. He is also the main reason that the "Columbus First" doctrine exists. We'll... more

Science recognizes 8 scripts that remain undeciphered. We'll talk about that and the ones they missed

Not only do we test drive the new BTR chat features, but we also discuss other techs useful to our research and sharing results. Staying connected with our fellow researchers is a double-edged sword. It both saves us time and takes... more

2012 and Your Future That no one can predict the future is a premature assumption. We can declare the cosmic relationship of our sun and earth years in advance and thus predict certain future celestial events with a great degree of... more

A common and recurring figure in native lore is the "trickster". Is this figure merely an allegorical figure unique to Native Americans used to teach wisdom, or is it based on some common lore with other, farflung ancient cultures? Loki of Norse... more

Updates on CoPS, the Atlantic Conference, MES. Plus, discussions of Ethel Stewart's book, "Dene and Nadene Indian Migration of 1233:Escape from Genghis Khan". Are there any iPhone app developers out there in Looper Land?
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