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

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20 minutes of content packed into an hour

The hosts of this show, to quote Joe Rogan from another topic, can "Duh each other to death." They can take one completely obvious statement "People with expertise are more trustworthy than people without it." and go over it again and again without bringing up any anything new. Before of bringing up new real world examples of where and when it's a problem, and the implications (which they may eventually get to) they rephrase something that goes without saying way to many times.

If you have the patience, this podcast is ok. I will check again in a few months to see if it has improved.


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.

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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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