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Bringing you stories about pseudo-archaeology and the real stories behind the false claims.

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Do not be misled by any other review. This podcast is precisely what it purports to be, discussing exactly what it promises. Anyone who thinks it is less than 4 stars must be having problems following something that at least requires a freshman in college mind.

There is no question but that the folks on the podcast know 100 times more than the purveyors of nonsense. Give it a listen for what it is, an educated approach to pseudo-archeology.

My wish has come true!

I was introduced to Ken Feder from Monster talk, and was immediately a fan of this brilliant man. I’ve listened to every MT podcast and the ones with Ken at least a dozen times. I love how he puts fringe Archaeological hypotheses into perspective. I’ve never laughed so hard as I have at his statements. So when I listened to the last MT episode yesterday and heard that Ken was doing a podcast I subscribed right then. I’m listing right now to the first episode and will be this podcasts biggest fan. I’ve bought his books and read a book he mentioned “the Morning of the Magicians” where Erich Von Däniken, got his ideas and most of the content for his infamous book. Anyway Listen to this cast and join the revolution that debunks pseudo Archaeology and learn something.

Can you dig it?

It’s a fun and informative podcast about archaeology and the differences between pop-culture pseudoscience seen on web and TV shows, and actual archaeology which is slow, methodical and evidence-based. The show is not heavily edited, but if you enjoy shows like Tetrapodzoology Podcast, or if you’re a fan of ancient mysteries want evidence and not just fantastic “what if” stories, then this is a show you should subscribe to.

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  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Language: English

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