Is it possible to find a common ground between the age-old rival philosophies of science and religion? How does the paranormal fit into all this? On this week’s edition of the program, these and many other questions are answered, thanks in part to the help of our guest during hour two, author Thomas

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

6 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for November 16, 2011

  1. I don’t know why you are so antagonistic to in-vitro meat, you guys. Yes the price is exorbitant but that’s always the case with a novel technology. Did you know the first digital watch was offered for $2,100 in 1972?

    Nobody wants to eat lab-grown meat, but with a planet inhabited by 7 billion hungry bellies, it’s either that or the Soylent Green cookies.

  2. While discussing this news item on the show this week, we were primarily just having a little fun with the idea. Right now, the notion of what I called “petri-meat” is probably a bit unappetizing for many, but in the future, it will no doubt probably become a legitimate way of obtaining proteins and, of course, food sources, especially as population growth continues.

    Don’t allow our lighthearted attitudes toward the matter be misleading: indeed, if such a product could become sustainable and affordable in the future (in addition to hopefully being appetizing), the Gralien gang would likely be interested in having some at our next cookout. 😉

  3. Ha ha, this is sounding better and better the more we talk about it! LOL! Although I maintain, of course, that my producer had nothing to do with the strange disappearance of any Hadals! Just look at that picture at the end of this post… does that look like the face of a potato-thief?

  4. The media is terrible, and that includes The Drudge Report, but Ron Paul’s biggest deterrent to getting the nomination, which of course will never happen, is the GOP establishment. I’m surprised they’re even letting him in the debates this time around.

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