Here are the latest headlines… New Evidence For Younger Dryas Impact Found By Researchers In South Africa Asteroid alert: NASA tracked rock about to skim […]
This week we explore the history behind Sasquatch in a survey of historical evidence, famous hoaxes, and notable eyewitness encounters with America’s elusive great ape.
Here are the latest headlines… U.S. Navy Confirms The Objects in These Videos Can’t Be Explained Stealth or spaceship? Here’s what that ‘UFO’ you saw […]
Here are the latest headlines… Ancient “Lost” Continent Unearthed by Geologists in New Study Mind-blowing drug trials show it’s possible to reverse biological age A […]
Here are the latest headlines… Could Quantum Gravity Allow Us To Time Travel? Strange gel-like substance found near China’s rover on far side of the […]
Here are the latest headlines… At Last: Scientists Finally Reveal Surprising Theory Behind Nessie Sightings Denisovan finger muddies picture of human evolution More: Denisovan phalanx […]
Here are the latest headlines… Mineral ‘never seen in nature’ found in meteorite Theories swirl around ‘discovery’ of ‘physically impossible’ black hole China’s lunar rover […]
This week we explore several anomalies in archaeology, along with traditions from South America that may point to interactions between early cultures, and migrations to the world by ancient mariners.
This week, we kick off the newly rechristened podcast with a journey back in time to the mysterious “Cradle of Humanity” in Eastern Africa, as we explore many known (and unknown) hominid ancestors archaeologists have discovered.
This week we look at science news, archaeology, and missing person cases, including the disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart, and why “Nessie” became a codename for a potential lead in the ongoing search for the missing pilot.
The Topper Site, an ancient chert quarry in Allendale County, SC, could be helping to rewrite North American history.
This week we examine the strange “history” of Atlantis, an odd passing reference made by Plato which spurred interest in one of the most lasting mythologies of all time.
This week on the podcast, we explore the origins of world mythology, and how it may relate to archaeological discoveries in Europe and elsewhere.
On this edition of the podcast, we explore changes in scientific attitudes relating to interpretations of various mysteries of the ancient past.