Joe Rogan Experience #725 – Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson

Graham Hancock is an English author and journalist, well known for books such as “Fingerprints Of The Gods” & his new book “Magicians of the Gods” is available now. Randall Carlson is a master builder and architectural designer, teacher, geometrician, geomythologist, geological explorer and renegade scholar.

40 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #725 – Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson

  1. Do you think our ancient ancestors lost to that huge cataclysm and all their advanced knowledge were arguing over gender pronouns or identifying as a non binary asparagus tip?

  2. all i see is speculation.

    you can never be sure of what happened in the past and you can never predict what will happen in the future and that is why you need to focus on being in the present and becoming the space and time that is here and now.

  3. A large inpact crater has been found underneth the Greenland icesheet the Hiavatian crater and it is suposedly quite new in earths history dated between 3 million to 12 000 years ago. maby this is Randals inpact crater? πŸ˜›

  4. It's very true that most people don't even look up. I live just inside NW Indiana but we are still considered a suburb of Chicago because the urban sprawl goes all the way past my town to the west by about 20 miles and south of my town by about 20 miles. It's not as bright as the city, but you still can't see as much as you could in the wilderness. However, you can see a ton of stuff. I can see Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn with the naked eye at different times of the year and it's amazing. Especially looking at Jupiter and Saturn and know how far away they are yet we can see them at night. You cannot see the band of the galaxy, but you can see a good amount of stars. I've been watching the sky at night for about the last 10 years or so, maybe a little longer. It is amazing to ponder what's going on up there. I can always find Orion at night in the fall and winter. Also the big and little dipper. Outside of that, I don't know most constellations. I have, however, been able to see satellites at night. They are very dim and hard to see, but they are there sometimes. Even in decently lit areas I have seen them. All the ones I've seen have always went from north to south, never east to west or vice versa though I'm sure they are there, but I've only seen north to south. They are moving fucking fast!! Never spotted the space station, but I can never figure out when it's above me or if it even is. That is something I'd like to see. Most people don't ever even look up. They have absolutely no interest in space whatsoever. It's really sad that so many people can tell you more about Jersey Shore or Duck Dynasty than they can about even our solar system. It just goes to show that whoever out there that runs shit and wants people to not care about anything relevant are doing a very good job at dumbing people down. It's really sad.

  5. I was getting Hancock until he fuckin' went into a comet impact that turned dino's into chickens…what a shame, you can fuckin' put in billions of years as you please but dino's into chickens?,.. shhhiiitttt

  6. One thing I'm not clear on, I get that Jupiter deflects and absorbs asteroids, but when it's on the other side of the sun from us, what protects us then? The other gas planets? I've wondered this for some time.

  7. Literally the 1st Joe Rogan podcast I've ever listened too. I know right………but i put it too you these are the 'fallen angel', and Giant or Rephieme civilization's, they covered the entire earth at one time.

  8. its amazing top think that in these cataclysms humans probably evolved in such a sense that our intuition probably got better and our sense of danger got better. what im trying to get at is that we got better as humans, we became quicker with innovation and inventions we brought ourselves from stones houses to to towers in the sky faster than a blink of the ye in terms of time and history
    they say our brains gained 200 percent size to what it was before we became humans so after we became the humans we are now we constantly evolved during that time.

  9. Comet some 10thousand years ago responsible for massive climate change derails our current hype about man made climate change which is very politicized.

    Should we put money on planetary defense or in carbon tax (financing bureaucrats and environmental scientists)?!

  10. So Ive taken photos from the ISS app and put them in the dream deeply app. Everyone of them have the "purses" and looks similar to pillar 43. But they look more like arches. When I saw them on here it kinda freaked me out.

  11. There are satellites in orbit around earth that will stay up there for billions of years. The close ones will last for a few million years, but we've been putting up advanced technology into space that could serve as very detailed archaeological evidence for any future civilisations that manage to get up there. Maybe a few time capsules would be a good idea, just in case.

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