#2136 - Graham Hancock & Flint Dibble


1 month ago

Graham Hancock, formerly a foreign correspondent for "The Economist," has been an international bestselling author for more than 30 years with a series of books, notably "Fingerprints of the Gods," "Magicians of the Gods" and "America Before," which investigate the controversial possibility of a lost civilization of the Ice Age destroyed in a global cataclysm some 12,000 years ago. Graham is the presenter of the hit Netflix documentary series "Ancient Apocalypse."https://grahamhancock.com Dibble is an archaeologist at Cardiff University who has conducted field work and laboratory analyses around the Mediterranean region from Stone Age caves to Egyptian tombs to Greek and Roman cities. Flint enjoys sharing archaeology - from the nitty gritty to the grand - with people around the world. Subscribe to his YouTube channel, "Archaeology with Flint Dibble," or follow him on X/Twitter for behind-the-scenes deep dives into 21st century for donations to:the Archaeological Institute of America: Council for British Archaeology: Society for American Archaeology: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

#2134 - Paul Stamets


1 month ago

Paul Stamets is a mycologist and advocate for bioremediation and medicinal fungi. He has written, edited, and contributed to several books, including "Mycelium Running: How Mushrooms Can Save the World," and "Fantastic Fungi: How Mushrooms Can Heal, Shift Consciousness, and Save the Planet." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

#1555 - Alex Jones & Tim Dillon


3 years ago

Tim Dillon is a standup comedian, actor, and host of the Tim Dillon Show. Alex Jones is a filmmaker, writer, and host of the Alex Jones Show.


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The best way to teach children about what they need to know when they are ready to know it is to remove the filters from your interent and give them a tablet. Also I don't agree that decriminalizeation makes a drug problem worse. It just makes it visable so everyone can see how bad it really is. They key is to stick to that so a generation grows up seeing it and is just like "hell no". Then the problem will get better over time as less people use because they see where it leads instead of being told and programs to help people are more prevelant and not as overrun. Perhaps a bit of the problem is drug users migrating to the area but I believe if decriminalization was adoboted across the board in the entire country it would appear awful at first becuase users don't feel the need to hide but I believe being seen would overtime do a lot to keep the generation that grew up seeing that stay away from drugs becuse they dont want that for themselves. Usually agree 100% but i don't think compairing drug use to arson is very fair. I think its more fair to campaire drug users to fat people and ask if we are going to put addicts in prisons why are the obease not included in that. Put them in forced fat camps and when they get out restrict their movments so they can be watched and if at their state monitored weigh in and blood work it is found they have had to many twinkies or got their triglycerides out of whack take them off the streets. Throw them back in fat camp becuase they obviously cant live in a free society without eating themselves to death. Thats a more fair comparison to what making addiction illegal is like rather then comparing decriminalization of drugs to the decriminalization of arson. It sounds crazy but the drug problem we have is an adulteration issue not a drug issue. The solution is pure clean taxed government regulated drugs. Solve the problem with the problem. Round up the zombies and put um in rehab.


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He has a point on CO2 not being thaf bad. Sure buring hydrocarbons adds CO2 to the environment but most of the CO2 that would be emmitted by burning fossil fuels is trapped at the bottom of the oceans in the form of methane hydrates which are not economical to harvest for use. So even if we burn all the fossil fules that are economically feasible to harvest we will never add more CO2 to the earths atmosphere by doing so then has historically naturally occured on earth. Or something like that. It may come from a biased source and my accuracy on it may be off as it is just something one of my professors said in favor of hydrocarbons as an energy source in one of my petroleum engineering classes. The problem isnt hydrocarbons. The problem is a society that is addicted to the economic prosperity and comforts that abundant cheap energy provides. There is currently no earth friendly way to produce that. Wind needs neodymium. Solar has to many issues to list.


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