2020 was a significant year, and in more ways than one. As the world fought the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, there were nonetheless many advances in science, as well as notable historical events that included the Pentagon’s authorized release of Navy videos purporting to show unidentified aerial phenomena or UFOs.
As we look back on the last twelve months in this final 2020 edition of the program, Micah is joined by Lauran Ellis, who helps produce this program as well as the Fist Full of Dirt podcast, and his fellow Seven Ages co-hosts Jason Pentrail and James Waldo for a roundtable discussion looking at some of the biggest stories of the year.
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Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode:
- The Next Full Moon is the Wolf Moon
- Japan is developing wooden satellites to send into orbit by 2023 to cut down on space junk
- Statement by the Department of Defense on the Release of Historical Navy Videos
- Paleontologists Unearth Fossils Of Spinosaurus, The First-Known Aquatic Dinosaur
- Reassessing the Age of Clovis
- 2020: The Year in a Geological Review
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