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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"On, and I would like to hear more about that, maybe connection to certain characters in the show. Maybe there's something else that's going on. Why do you maybe you enjoy that roller coaster? Like? Oh, that's bullshit and throwing your hands up and then going into it, but that's also very cool like I and I wanNA take like specifically say Puma. Poon kudos episode. I mean he's just want sending US explain. What is the site and how? How does that? Is an example. Maybe how does this work for you? This episode that you WanNa. Keep climbing back to it. Yeah, no, I get so okay so I assume pooku is this. Site that they don't really know how old it is. It's in Bolivia. We high up in the mountains, twelve thousand feet, ish and The architecture it's like cut into this I think it's and decide stones like the hardest stone on earth and. The construction of it and these cuttings on the stone look like they were done with like precision tools like like a lot of times. You know you see Asian sites and it's like okay. I can see person carving that with with with conventional tools. But like like the work on Puma Poon coup is I've talked to other people who are who are better with construction showing this to them. And then they kinda blows people's minds because it looks like they're either using like diamond saws, or like some kind of laser or something like it just looks impossible what they did based on if this is like five. Five to ten thousand years old. It just looks like impossible technologically, so so that's what fascinates me about that site now now to answer question, part one which is why don't you watch legitimate documentaries on these places? Well, it's like I kind of found out about a lot of these places from each aliens I didn't know a lot of these places existed. Prior to that. And honestly like I have tried to seek out documentaries on these places, but they don't really exist. They're hard to find I. Don't know where they are like lot of times. If you look to to see cool mysteries of the ancient world type of documentaries, they focus on the normal stuff like appear mids, and Chichi needs in Mexico and like. Stuff that is definitely fascinating, but they they don't tend to go like super deep into detail. They just they just broad strokes think problem is. They're not willing to make wild claims that they don't know that's. Makes, it doesn't make for exciting. TV for sure, but but just like on the subject of the Pyramids for instance. We've all heard about the pyramids. We've all heard about this like details of the pyramids, but like I learned on ancient aliens of this of this. I think it's. It's the APIS bull. like like A. Burial Chamber, that is not next to the Great Pyramids. It's in another area I think it's in the Valley of the somewhere or something, but anyway, so it's it's basically. Just like this like. Marvel of engineering at this underground chamber with these gigantic. Funeral coffins that are made out of. Granite. I believe, and they're so fucking big and again they're cut. Cut with diamonds. It's completely smooth. It looks like something they can only be made with modern modern tools. I'd never even heard of this place existing and just hearing about like what it is without the alien stuff involved. It's fascinating to me like my dad went to visit it. On a trip to to Egypt's recently, and he said the same thing like Oh. Yeah, it's pretty wild and like. They opened up all these massive tombs that probably if it was created by humans took like hundreds of thousands of humans. Like Fifty years to create and they opened up these tombs. There's nothing inside of them like what the Hell why? Why is that and so so like? So I think Asian. Aliens does really well as introduces you to to the finer details of some of these places and a lot of places like like another place in Peru sex woman, which I had never heard before. It's essentially just series of walls that are part of a structure that doesn't exist anymore and the that we watched the episode last night. It's the one with the rocks. Look like they're like melted together and it's like so far. It's like I think I was like fourteen thousand feet. High up in the mountain, and it's just the stuff that. Just blows your mind and I haven't found the legitimate documentaries about it, and honestly I haven't I'm sure they exist somewhere like like like the books, but the books tend to be dry and academic, and like they're not fun reads I I like ancient aliens, because it's like fast food kind of gives you a little little thing this look at this look at this, and you get a little taste of everything, and then you can kind of let your mind wander from that, but but but it's not like the. You know. They make these crazy claims about about alien architecture, like the aliens influenced this this, and that, and that like the gods of the Bible were actually aliens and stuff like that, which which which is a possibility for sure, but it's not like a definitive facts by any means but. I don't know I like seeing all these all the facts that they lay down in front of you and then making my own. Conclusions. Looking like disregarding with the narrator says and just seeing okay. There's this this and this, and then in my own mind, saying like That's pretty weird or like like. Let me. Let me actually step back and explain. Here's what I think that the actual thesis like the Actual Truth of what ancient aliens a show has has illuminated us to It's not the. Created anything but the one big thing that I think is is truly kind of over the world of archaeology and historical record. Is this concept that? conventional wisdom and commercial academia says that human civilization is five thousand years old right so as a civilization civilization. The earliest civilization is ancient Sumeria, which is like we're the epic of Gilgamesh. Comes from and it's basically in Iraq Iraq and the Ryan in the fertile. Crescent. That's where that's where we've. We've learned that. The first civilization sprouted up and that was five thousand years ago, somewhere around three thousand BC right because you have to two thousand years eight hundred zero signs of civilization when you say civilization, what do you mean like? The city of More city yeah yeah. They have structures. They have Babylon like old old sculptures and. So that's the earliest like. Earliest form of writing. We know about it's cuneiform. From that from that era, and so that's five thousand years. That's been conventional wisdom for for forever. Basically, that's the earliest. We've known about and what they've what they're finding. With a lot of These archaeological digs such as go back, TEPI and. and. The city of underwater. Dwarika off the coast of India of God's. And like like sex I wa- men and Puma Poon Pooku is they're realizing that human history is actually way longer than the human civilization. is about twice as old as we thought it was right so there is an the end of the last. Ice Age was like twelve I think twelve fifteen thousand years ago and that city that site go beckley happy, which which is like like Megalithic site, which means that they use gigantic stones and sculpture and they they needed..

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You write a book about El Ninos the history of El Nino news, and I wrote that and it was great success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you write a book on the little ice age, which was when the world was code of. And it is today. So I hold why embarked on this fascinating historical journey and add had great fun lighting and Bram Woodstock difference between a little ice age and a big ice age. We had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago, what talkin about ams of time in us and during that period, the one new at least nine major goes kids. They simply did by woma individuals when the climate probably in his today and humanity and Joni stages relieved through this. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep St. cools bold into the seabed via the Pacific. This is big scale ice age the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that I didn't win. And this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those. Pretty cold weather, but to really in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold the ice on the river Thames in London and the we even borough zone in terms of the time. But now the time is the weather was woman was tremendous fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which we the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is age is a good time in a way because the intense cold how cold does it get deny sage little org. About two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But he just went all again, and again, and again and it bed to play major Trump failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence relief fully lived from one office to the next and nearly everybody in the course of their lifetime suffer at some point from malnutrition. If you live to the subsistence level, if you wanna a king, it was another matter Queen, but it was a booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age of twenty eight if you will fifty you win. Really old person. So pretty poodle the Brian does some of our guests of in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of an ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress this whatsoever that we all in a period of sustained climatic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity, not by natural cycles climate the. Human intervention in climate change. In warming, particularly is really a product from the late nineteen th century when the industrial revolution. Accelerated the use of coal and other fossil fuels and today all climate is the Mona.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WTVN

"The little ice age, which was win the world was code of. And it is today. So why not embarked on this fascinating journey and add add great, fun lighting and Brian. What's the difference between a little ice age and a big ice age being ice age? We had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about big time in us and doing that period, the one at least nine major goes. Cambridge asians. Simply by woma individuals when the climate. On his today and humanity and Joni stages lived through. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep speak cools bold into the seabed of the Atlantic Pacific. These big scale, I say the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that I win and this was a period of about five or six years when the way in DeVos of putting cold weather in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold, the why fez a motive attempts in London. And the we even brothel was on the in the Thames at the time. But now the times the weather was woman was a tremendous fan fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is ages. In a way because the repeat regimen intense cold how cold does it get little org. About two degrees. Centigrade less Kula than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But it just went on again. And again, and again and eight bed to play major failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence, literally lived from one office to the next and nearly everybody in the course of a lifetime suffer that some point for malnutrition. If you live to the subsistence level, if you wanna king it was another matter a Queen, but it was a pussy booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age twenty eight if you were fifty you. Really old person. Brian does some of our guests of in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of the ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress whatsoever that we all a period sustained climatic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity, not by natural cycles of climate the. Human intervention in climate change in women,.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Code of. And it is today. So why embarked on this fascinating journey and had had great fun lighting and Brian. What's the difference between a little ice age and a big ice age? Guy sage we had one from about one and a half million years ago onto about twelve fifteen thousand years ago, what talkin about big spans of time and not use and doing that period. The one at least nine major goes caveats, Asians, simply did by woman DeVos when the climate in his today and human nature early stages lived through and this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep steep cools bold into the seabed of the Atlantic of the Pacific. These big scale high say the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist. Maybe that I win. And this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those of. Putting cold weather in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold ice on the river Thames in London. And the we even awful was on in the Thames at the time. But now the times the weather was woman Peavy tremendous fan fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which leads to peak in the seventeenth century. So it was. Little is ages time in a way because the intense cold how cold does it get tonight's as little org about two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And. It wasn't so much the depth of it. But he just went all again, and again and again and aid bed to play major failures in Europe, which we forget this. When we buy food and supermarkets that the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence, literally lived from one harvest of next and nearly everybody in the course of their lifetime Sepah at some point from nutrition, if you did the subsistence level, if you what a king it was another matter Queen, but it was a pussy booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age of twenty eight. Fifty you really old person? Title Bryan, does some of our guests have in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of the ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress whatsoever that we all sustained climate warming, which has been caused by human activity, not by natural cycles, climbing the. Human intervention in climate change in Wyoming, but typically is.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"What into right book about El Ninos, the history of El ni news, and I wrote that it was a success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you I on the little ice age, which was win the world was code of. And it is today. So why not embarked on this fascinating journey and had had great fun lighting, Brian? What's the difference between a little ice age and a big ice age guy sage we had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about big time in not use? And during that period, the one at least nine may. Asia goes kids. Simply by woman in DeVos when the climate warms. It is today and humanity into stages lived through this. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep speak cools bold in into the seabed of the Atlantic or the Pacific. This is big scale ice age the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist may be earlier than that I win and this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those of put cold weather, but typically in the seventeenth century when it was so cold that the why fez on the river Thames in London. And the we even who was on the obvious in the Thames at the time. But times the weather was woman was Peavy commend this fan fluctuations in climate many of them. Caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which reached a peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is age is a good time in a way because there will be original ten cold. How cold does it? Get it in ice age little org about two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But it just went all again, and again and the game and aid to play a major from failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence relief fairly lived from one office to the next and nearly everybody in the course of their lifetime. Suffer at some point from malnutrition. If you live to the subsistence level, if you wanna a king, it was another matter Queen, but it was a pudding boot life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age twenty eight if you were fifty you wouldn't really old person. So pretty poodle Brian does some of our guests have in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire. But by is he contends were in the early stages of an ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever an ice Festus whatsoever. That we all in a period of sustained fly Matic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity. Not by natural cycles of climate the. Human intervention in climate change. In warming, particularly is really put up from the late nineteenth century when the industrial revolution. Accelerated the use of coal and other fossil fuels and today climate is the Mona.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Code of. And it is today. So I thought why not embarked on this fascinating historical journey and had had great fun lighting and Brian. What's the difference between a little ice age and a big ice age guy sage we had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about big spans of time in not use. And joining that period, the one at least nine major. Asia goes Cambridge Basie Asians, simply by woma individuals when the climate warm. His today and humanity in stages lived through this and this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep-sea cools bold into the seabed of the Atlantic and the Pacific. This is big scale. I h the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that I win and this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those of pretty cold weather, but to me in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold ice fast on the river Thames in London. And the we even awful on the in the ten the time, but times the weather was woman was a tremendous fag fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity. Which leads the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little time in a way because the original intense cold how cold does it get in an ice age little org about two degrees centigrade less than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But it just went all again, and again, and again and it bid to.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Why didn't you write a book about El Ninos the history Vilna news? And I and it was great success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you book on the little ice age, which was win the world was code of. And it is today. So why not embarked on this fascinating journey and had great fun lighting brand. Winston difference between a little ice age in a big ice age big ice age. We had one from about a one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about big spans of time in us and doing that period, the one at least nine may. Major go kids. They Asians simply did by women intervals when the climate is today and human nature early stages lived through lists. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep pools bold into the seabed of the Atlantic Pacific this she's big scale. I say the little ice age who's really misnoma was named back in the eighties by a geologist may be earlier than that I win and this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those of pretty cold weather, but to really in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold the wise fast on the river Thames in London. And the we even borough was on the in the Thames time, but time is the weather was woman was tremendous. Fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which leads the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is ages away. Because the intense cold how cold does it get tonight sage little org about two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But it just went all again, and again, and again and eight bid to particularly major from failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence, literally lived from one obvious next and nearly every. Everybody in the course of their lifetime Shefa that some point malnutrition, if you live to the subsistence level, if you wanna king it wasn't a matter of a Queen. But it was a pudding booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age twenty eight fifty you wouldn't really old person. So pretty brutal. Brian does some of our guests have in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of the ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever an ice crystals whatsoever? That we all sustained climatic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity. Not by natural cycles of the. Human intervention in climate change. In warming, particularly is really put up from the late nineteen th century when the industrial revolution. Accelerated the use of coal and other fossil fuels and today climate is the Mona.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Why didn't you write a book about El Ninos the history of El ni news, and I wrote that it was a chess. And then the publisher said to me, what did you either book on the little ice age, which was winning the world was code of at it is today. So I why no embarked on this fascinating journey and had great fun making Brian. What's the difference between a little ice age and a big ice age? We had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago, what talkin about big spans of time not us and joining that period, the one at least nine major go kids base yea shin simply by Wilma in DeVos when the climate published today and human nature early stages relieved. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep-sea cools bold into the seabed via Atlanta, the Pacific this as big scale. I say the little ice age who's really misnoma was named back in the eighties by a geologist may be only that I win. And this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those all. Pudding cold weather in the seventeenth century. When it was so cold, the wise fez on the river Thames in London. And the we even borough was on the in the Thames at the time. But times the weather was woman was tremendous fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little I in a way because of intense cold how cold does it get little org. About two degrees centigrade less than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't much the depth of it. But he just went all again, and again and the game and it bed to particularly major Trump failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets, but the time yet everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence. Lived from one office of next and nearly everybody in the course of their lifetime Sepah at some point for malnutrition. If you live subsistence level, if you wanna a king, it was another matter Queen, but it was a brutal life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age of twenty eight fifty you really old person. Pretty brutal. Brian does some of our guests have in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire. But by he contends were in the early stages of the ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress whatsoever that we all sustained time attic warming, which has been caused largely by human activity, not by natural cycles climate the. You went into venture in climate change. In woman,.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"To me, why didn't you write a book about El Ninos? He's ill knee news. And I wrote and it was a great success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you why book on the little ice age, which was when the world was code of. And it is today. So why not involved on this fascinating? It started go journey and had had great fun lighting, Brian. What's the difference between a little ice age in a big ice age big ice age? We have. One from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about being spans of time and not use. And during that period, the one at least nine major goes caveats Basie, Asians, simply by woman DeVos when the climate walnuts is today and humanity. They stages live through this. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep-sea cools boiled into the seabed of the of the Pacific. This is big scale. I say the little ice age who's really miss Noma was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that. I forget when and this was a period of about five or six years when the way into those of putting cold weather, but. Regularly in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold that the wise FAZ on the river Thames in London. And the we even awful was on the icy in the Thames the time, but time is the that was woman was tremendous fluctuations employment many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity, which leads the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a lot of people idolize age is a good time in a way because of intense cold how cold does it get little org. About two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is quite a bit. And it wasn't so much the depth of it. But he just went all again, and again, and again and eight bed to particularly major Trump failures in the Europe, which we forget this when we buy off food and supermarkets that time everybody in Europe and in America, indeed lived in at the subsistence, literally lived from one obvious of next and nearly everybody in the course of our lifetime suffo- that some point for malnutrition, if you live to the subsistence level, if you what a king it wasn't a matter of Queen. But it was a pussy booth life and life expectancy for the average European peasant at the beginning of the ice age was about age of twenty eight if you were fifty you. Really old person. Pretty brutal. Brian does some of our guests have in their climatologists have talked about global warming, regardless of how we get there. They say it's happening. And then I've got a special guest named Robert Felix who wrote a book called not by fire, but by ice he contends were in the early stages of an ice age, where do you stand here? Absolutely, no question. What so ever, and I stress whatsoever that we all sustained try magic warming, which has been coolest largely by.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To me, why didn't you write a book about El Ninos face Giovanni news? And I wrote that was great success. And then the publisher said to me, why don't you write a book on the little ice age, which was win the world was code of. And it is today. So why not embarked on this fascinating historical journey and had had great fun lighting and Bram Woodstock difference between a little ice age and a big ice age. Being ice age. We had one from about one and a half million years ago until about twelve fifteen thousand years ago what talking about big time and not use. And during that period, the one at least nine major goes Cambridge simply by woma in DeVos when the climate is warm today and humanity. Joni stages lived through this. And this was all natural cycles. We know about this from deep speak cools board into the seabed in the Pacific. New sees big scale ice age the little ice age who's really a bit of a misnomer was named back in the eighties by a geologist maybe earlier than that. I can't win. And this lady was a period of about five or six years when the way in DeVos of cold weather in the seventeen sixty when it was so cold that has a motive attempts in London. And the we even borough was on the in the Thames at the time. But now the times the weather was woman was a tremendous fan fluctuations in climate many of them caused by a lack of sunspot activity which weeks the peak in the seventeenth century. So it was a little little is ages. A good time in a way because the regimen ten cold. How cold does it? Get nice age little org. About two degrees centigrade less cooler than it is today, which is.

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

14:43 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Seven. And welcome back to coast to coast. We're back with David Politis will be talking about big, but wild men and giants this. Our next hour will get into his missing four one one series, including some of his new works there. He's got another bestseller. You just you may be one of the most prolific writers David out there today. No. I don't think. So you really are you you you you do great research and your fast that what you do. Well, I I have a lot of luck from and a lot of opportunity that comes from your audience as well. I mean, I I get a lot of heads up on cases that I would never even hear about from all over the world that are coast listener. So it's helpful. As you approach the work with Bigfoot wild men and giants what was your initial approach. What was your? What was your? What was your theme? Really, I didn't have one. I was mainly just doing the background research on missing cases going back hundreds of years, and I just kept falling into these articles about. You know, a creature that was titled in articles wild man, initially. I didn't I just ignored it. And then after a while, I started pay attention. I probably lost one hundred articles over the years 'cause I just didn't pull them. But in the short term, I started to pull them out. And then I started to make their relationship to giants as well. And I never really knew that we had these discoveries of giant skeletons say seven to nine feet tall on the US until just the last couple of years. And so as I was pulling articles on missing people, I started to just pull the articles on giants and Bigfoot and put them on the side. And then as time went on, and I would take trips and have have the patience to look through these things. I started to decipher what was relevant wasn't. And that's how this book got put together. And it's like I said, it's really just articles by date that just blow your mind. They were written about and somebody was interested in this topic years ago, and it was current pull out an article or two from one of the books. David from this book in give us a story or two if you could sure the Marion star in Ohio newspaper November twentieth. 1893 way back way back and there's an article it says a giant skeleton is found in a gravel Bank near Clarendon. And the article goes on to talk about some guys that are building a road, and they're using gravel from a person's farm, the Miller farm in as they were pulling gravel out of an embankment. Some gravel came down a skeleton came out, and based on the size of the skeleton, the coroner or the person at the time that was investigating this that it had to have been a giant. And then the article says seven foot skeletons are a rare thing they've been found before. But this is the first. Marion county the belief that the skeleton is that of a giant which geologists say did exist at an earlier day is rather discouraged by the location of the fine. But it is difficult to imagine a seven footer seven foot six inch Marion county citizen Indian or white man who would have found a grave and such a location, and I again, mainstream probably is putting this down. But then there are a couple of articles where they actually academics came in Tel excavate and work it, and there were some Indian mounds that were also excavated where they also found these unusual things. Like, I say initially. It's the knee-jerk reaction is oh this is bogus. And when you see the newspapers that are writing these things start to think, Well, I I don't think it's bogus. I think there's something to it. And maybe maybe something's being concealed from us. Who knows if you're right about that? Why would they conceal? What what are they hiding? Well, I think right now that you got to understand our scientists. So advanced that DNA can tell us a lot. And maybe there's something in that DNA that they don't want us to know. Like, it might be extraterrestrial. Maybe it would fall in the face of what history is telling us about the first people to come to our continent. I mean was it native Americans was at first nations people from Canada was somebody else. Well, if there was somebody else Christopher Columbus is rolling over his grave, isn't he? Well, and here's another article Georgia in Abilene weekly Kansas December thirty first eighteen ninety seven. And it says one of the three recently discovered curiously frame symmetrical mounds at maple creek, Wisconsin has been open, and they're in the skeleton of a man of gigantic size the bones measured from head to foot over nine feet and warrant a fair state of preservation, the skull is as large as a half bushel measure, some finally temperate rods of copper and other relics were lying near the bones. The mound from which these remains of a prehistoric race for taking his ten feet high thirty feet long varying from six to eight feet in width two mounds of lesser size. We'll be excavated later now to me part of that interest is what were these copper relics that were found on? That tells me that there was some technology behind these creatures. Well, for sure they they had tools, right? Yeah. And what happened to all these tools? And in fact, what happened to what happened to all of them? Exactly. There's a lot of insinuation that. These might have been native Americans in some of the articles, but not always. Here's an article where science kind of got into it as well. In the times of Pennsylvania, December twelfth 1897. It says he was seven feet high the bones of an Indian found in Maryland that indicate a giant race. That says there there has just been received by the Maryland academy of sciences, the skeleton of an Indian seven feet tall. It was discovered near Antietam ten days ago. There are now skeletons of three powerful Indians kademi who at one time and their what wildness roamed over the state of Maryland armed with such instruments as they were able to gather and still taught them to use two of these skeletons belong to individuals evidently of gigantic size, the vertebrae in bones in the legs are nearly as thick as those of a horse. I think about that. Second of a horse. That's pretty big. Exceptional. The skulls are flying proportion sample in the walls of moderate thickness. But the great strength and stiffen behind by a powerful Occidental ridge. The curves of the four hundred moderate and not retreating suggesting intelligence and connected with jars of moderate development. Goes on. But a lot of people who have read this have said we'll Dave maybe this wasn't an Indian. Maybe this was a big foot. And what would be the difference between wild men and Bigfoot if anything. I think from the descriptions of that gathered over almost two hundred and fifty years there is none. That's one in the same. I think it is. Yeah. Me too. I mean, they talk about long arms. They talk about hair all over the body. They talk about it acting with intelligence, and they talk about it being across the US in areas that we know what to be do. They talk about offspring. Yeah. That's that's really a good one in descriptions and sightings you hear about today. That's really I would say pod Lurs and females are very rare occurrence that somebody sees those. And in all the research. I think there might have been one case where one person saw something that appeared to be a child or young one. And then there were like three or four cases where somebody described a female herald over the body. You know that cetera. And that's that's kind of mind boggling, why the female species and the children the offspring would be tucked away. Maybe it's a security thing. Maybe you know, the the big foot doesn't want them out who knows. Yeah. And the native Americans have always told me when a Harvey, and I have gone out that a male will always lead in the family will stay behind. So you may only see one exact like there's probably more behind it. You're not saying, what do you think the population size might be? Wow. That's that's a million dollar question. But there has to be many many many because their sightings almost daily somewhere in the US and Canada in China, and USSR, etc. You know, even if they had a population of five thousand that's not that's not a lot compared to human beings. I don't think that would cover the US is thickly as it appears. No, I don't either. I mean, you think of what you know, what what is the deer population, for example in this country. Millions in California. Yeah. Absolutely. We don't see them every other day. People always ask me, they said, well, Dave, how come we're not finding bones, and I've talked to some fish and game people and trackers and. You know, there's probably fifty thousand or more bear in California. And none of them have ever seen a bear skeleton in the woods. What is intrigued me about your work? David is there appears to be some kind of intelligence behind these creatures these aren't animals, these these are thinking breathing creatures, and they could very well be the missing link. I do think that there. There's a high level of intelligence because if there wasn't then I think they would have been captured. I think they would have been we could have seen could have watched Nabih -tuation occur. We could put him under surveillance. Learn a lot but never has happened. So yeah, I agree with you that they're very smart. And I think it's underestimated by a portion of our research world that how smart they really may be. And once you get into this, and you understand. Okay. Well, you know, it wasn't too long ago that we discovered the ape, and it wasn't that long ago that we discovered certain bears and China and for something this large to be studied by researchers in China and the USSR and even in the United States and Canada. There's something to it. But there's something to it. I think that science doesn't wanna know. They're afraid. I think there's something to it. That would make everyone uncomfortable. And I go back to because I was deeply involved in the DNA study that Dr catch him did and contrary to what everyone thinks I think that's the most valuable thing we have right now as a research tool where got a hundred and ten different DNA samples, we had blood saliva hair. It went to four independence certified labs in the United States. They all came back with the same result that result ding, is that we can follow the female side of the DNA back twelve fifteen thousand years into the Middle East, and the male side of the question doesn't exist in three hundred and fifty two billion base pairs engendering, which is essentially impossible you've signed in a lot of older articles. Are we still getting a lot of sightings today? Oh, yeah. I think if if you kept track probably multiple multiple sightings. Two or three maybe four go public every week. But there's probably ten times that. People are uncomfortable and saying anything or they don't know where to report it. Right, right. Or they think they're gonna be ridiculed or something like that. Yeah. I I mean, I've gone to so many conferences and people come up to me. And they said, you know. My wife, and I saw this and wife standing right next to the man, and we don't know who to really tell it to that would believe us, and we were driving down this this happened and guys driving down the road in Arkansas going to his house three or four miles away. They see a big lump on the side of the road in a ditch. They slow down that lump stands up onto fetal holy covered with her. Dave. You know, what we saw? But we're not gonna tell anybodys we're not only a fool would dress up in a costume in wander around like that how they get shot. You think exactly? And it's happened before of course. Yeah. I know, of course. And in fact, you said something Georgia, and I I'm sure you'll probably get feedback on it. You said, well, it's it's probably not an animal because it has so much intelligence, blah, blah, blah. There's a section of that research world who adamantly thinks it is an animal. What do you think? I definitely think it's it's way more on the human side of the equation than it is on the animus, especially if it had tools for crying out loud. Well, there's a in one of my books, I refer to a book that a native American wrote up in the Klamath portion of California, and they talked about living with the Indian devils, and they said in the early eighteen hundreds they could find him by their fire. And if they came into camp in the middle of the night and they stole things from our camp. Then the warriors would go back in mass. Find him the next morning by the place, they built their fire and over the years, they realized that they stopped using fire. David's book is called Bigfoot wild men and giants where do you get the book? David. I don't sell on Amazon, it's only through our website and a big foot. Search like North America in a big foot? Search dot com, and you can get it there..

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"Twelve twenty five. And welcome back to coast to coast, Rebecca, David Politis will be talking about Bigfoot wild men and giants this our next hour. We'll get into his missing four one one series, including some of his new works there. He's got another bestseller. You just you. You may be one of the most prolific writers David out there today. No. I don't think. So you really are you you you you do great research and your fast that what you do. Well, I I have a lot of luck from and a lot of opportunity that comes from your audience as well. I mean, I I get a lot of heads up on cases that I would never even hear about from all over the world that are coast listener. So it's helpful. As you approach the work with Bigfoot wild men and giants what was your initial approach. What was your? What was your? What was your theme? Really, I didn't have one. I was mainly just doing the background research on missing cases going back hundreds of years, and I just kept falling into these articles about. You know, a creature that was titled in articles wild man, initially. I didn't I just ignored it. And then after a while, I started pay attention. I probably lost one hundred articles over the years 'cause I just didn't pull them. But in the short term, I started to pull them out. And then I started to make their relationship to giants as well. And I never really knew that we had these discoveries of giant skeletons say seven to nine feet tall on the US until just the last couple of years. And so as I was pulling articles on missing people, I started to just pull the articles on giants and Bigfoot and put them on the side. And then as time went on, and I would take trips and have have the patience to look through these things. I started decipher what was relevant wasn't. And that's how this book got put together. And it's like I said, it's really just articles by date that just blow your mind. They were written about and somebody was interested in this topic years ago, and it was current pull out an article or two from one of the books. David from this book in give us a story or two if you could sure the Marion star newspaper November twentieth 1893 way back way back and there's an article that says a giant skeleton is found in a gravel Bank near Clarendon. And the article goes on to talk about some guys that are building a road, and they're using gravel from a person's farm, the Miller farm in as they were pulling gravel out of an embankment. Some gravel came down a skeleton came out, and based on the size of the skeleton, the coroner or the person at the time that was investigating this that it had to have been a giant. And then the article says seven foot skeletons are a rare thing they've been found before. But this is the first and. Marion county the belief that the skeleton is that of a giant which geologists say did exist at an earlier date is rather discouraged by the location of the find. But it is difficult to imagine a seven footer seven foot six inch Marion county citizen Indian or white man who would have found a grave and such location. And I again, mainstream probably is putting this down. But then there are a couple of articles where they actually academics came in Tel excavate and work it, and there were some Indian mounds that were also excavated where they also found these unusual things. Like, I say initially. It's the knee jerk reaction is always this is bogus. Then when you see the newspapers that are writing these things start to think. Well, I I don't think it's bogus. I think there's something to it. And maybe maybe something's being concealed from us. Who knows if you're right about that? Why would they conceal? What what are they hiding? Well, I think right now that you gotta understand our scientists. So advanced that Dina can tell us a lot. And maybe there's something in that DNA that they don't want us to know. Like, it might be extraterrestrial. Maybe it would fall in the face of what history is telling us about the first people to come to our continent. I mean was it native Americans first nations people from Canada was somebody else? Bothell west somebody else Christopher Columbus's rolling over his great. Isn't it? Well, and here's another article Georgia in Abilene weekly Kansas December thirty first eighteen ninety seven. And it says one of the three recently discovered curiously frame symmetrical mounds at maple creek, Wisconsin has been open, and they're in found the skeleton of a man of gigantic size the bones measured from head to foot over nine feet in warrant a fair state of preservation, the skull is as large as a half bushel measure, some finely temporary garage of copper and other relics were lying near the bones. The mound from which these remains of a prehistoric race for taking his ten feet high thirty feet long varying from six to eight feet in width two mounds of lesser size. We'll be excavated later now to me part of that interest is what were these copper relics that were found? And that tells me that there was some technology behind these creatures. Well, for sure they would they had tools, right? Yeah. And what happened to all these tools? And in fact, what happened to what happened to all of them? Exactly. Yeah. There's a lot of insinuation that. These might have been native Americans in some of the articles, but not always. Here's an article where science kind of got into it as well. In the times of Pennsylvania, December twelfth eighteen ninety seven it says he was seven feet high the bones of an Indian found in Maryland that indicate a giant race. It says there there has just been received by the Maryland academy of sciences, the skeleton of an Indian seven feet tall. It was discovered near Antietam ten days ago. There are now skeletons of three powerful Indians. If he kademi who at one time and their what loudness roamed over the state of Maryland armed with such instruments as they were able to gather and still taught them to use two of these skeletons belong to individuals, evidently of gigantic size, the vertebrae in bones in the legs are nearly a stick as those of a horse. I think about that. Six of a horse. The links of one bones exceptional, the skulls are fine proportions sample in the walls of moderate thickness, but the great strength and different behind by a powerful Occidental ridge, the curves of the four hundred moderate and not retreating suggesting intelligence and connected with jars of moderate development. It goes on. But a lot of people who have read this. You said, well, Dave, maybe this wasn't an Indian. Maybe this was a big foot. And what would be the difference between wild men and Bigfoot if anything. I think from the descriptions that had gathered over almost two hundred and fifty years there, isn't it? That's one in the same. I think it is. Yeah. Me too. I mean, they talk about long arms. They talk about hair all over the body. They talk about it acting with intelligence, and they talk it about it being across the US in areas that we know what to do. They talk about offspring. You know? That's that's really a good one in descriptions and sightings you hear about today. That's really I would say toddlers and females are very rare occurrence that somebody sees those. And in all the research. I think there might have been one case where one person saw something that appeared to be a child or young one. And then there were like three or four cases where somebody described female hair all over the body. You know that cetera. And that's that's kind of mind boggling, why the female species and the children the offspring would be tucked away. Maybe it's a security thing. Maybe you know, the the big foot doesn't want them out who knows. Yeah. And the native Americans have always told me when Harvey and I have gone out that a male will always lead in the family will stay behind. So you may only see one exact there's probably more behind it. You're not saying, what do you think the population size might be? Wow. That's that's the million dollar question. But there has to be many many many because their sightings almost daily somewhere in the US and Canada. In China, and USSR, etc. Even if they had a population of five thousand that's not that's not a lot compared to human beings. I don't think that would cover the US is thickly as it appears. I don't either. I mean, you think of what you know, what what is the deer population, for example in this country, millions in California. Yeah. Absolutely. We don't see them every other day now and people always ask me, they said, well, Dave, how come we're not finding bones, and I've talked to some fish and game people and trackers, and you know, there's probably fifty thousand or more bear in California. And none of them have ever seen a bear skeleton in the woods. What is intrigued me about your work? David is there appears to be some kind of intelligence behind these creatures these aren't animals, these these are thinking breathing creatures, and they could very well be the missing link. Well, I do think that there's a high level of intelligence because if there wasn't then I think they would have been captured. I think they would have been we could have seen. We could have watched occur. We could put him under surveillance to learn a lot but never has happened. So yeah, I agree with you that they're very smart. And I think it's underestimated by a portion of our research world that how smart they really may be. And once you get into this, and you understand. Okay. Well, you know, it wasn't too long ago that we discovered the ape, and it wasn't that long ago that we discovered certain bears and China, and I something this large to be studied by researchers in China and the USSR and even in the United States and Canada. There's something to it. But there's something to it. I think that science doesn't wanna know. They're afraid. I think there's something to that would make everyone uncomfortable. And I go back to because I was deeply involved in the DNA study that Dr catch him did and contrary to what everyone thinks I I think that's the most valuable thing. We have right now is a research tool where got one hundred ten different DNA samples, we had blood saliva hair. It went to four independence certified labs in the United States. They all came back with the same result. That result being is that we can follow the female side of the DNA back twelve fifteen thousand years into the Middle East, and the male side of the question doesn't exist in three hundred and fifty two billion base pairs in gen Bank, which is essentially impossible you've signed in a lot of older articles. Are we still getting a lot of sightings today? Oh, yeah. I think if if you kept track probably multiple. We'll have multiple fighting's two or three maybe four go public every week. But there's probably ten times that. People are uncomfortable and saying or they don't know where to report it, right, right? Or they they think they're gonna be ridiculed or something like that. Yeah. I mean, I've gone to so many conferences and people come up to me. And they said, you know, my wife, and I saw this and the wife standing right next to the man, and we don't know who to really tell it to that would believe us. And we were driving down this this happened and guys driving down the road in Arkansas going to his house three or four miles away. They see a big lump on the side of the road in a ditch. They slow down that lump stands up on fetal we covered with her. Dave. You know, what we saw? But we're not gonna tell anybody. We're not only a fool would dress up in a costume and wander around like that I get shot you'd think exactly. And it's happened before. Of course, I know, of course. And in fact, that you said something Georgia. I'm sure you'll probably get feedback on it. You said, well, it's it's probably not an animal because it has so much intelligence, blah, blah, blah. There's a section of that research world who adamantly thinks it is an animal. What do you think? I definitely think it's it's way more on the human side of the equation than it is on the atmosphere that had tools for crying out loud. Well, there's a in one of my books, I refer to a book that a native American wrote up in the climate portion of California, and they talked about living with the Indian devils, and they said in the early eighteen hundreds they could find him by their fire..

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"Twelve twenty five. Five. And welcome back to coast to coast, Rebecca, David Politis will be talking about Bigfoot wild men and giants this. Our next hour will get into his missing four one one series, including some of his new works there. He's got another bestseller. You just you may be one of the most prolific writers David out there today. No. I don't think. So you really are you you you you do great research and your fast that what you do. Well, I I have a lot of luck from a lot of opportunity that comes from your audience as well. I mean, I I get a lot of heads up on cases that I would never even hear about from all over the world that are coast listener. So it's helpful. As you approach the work with Bigfoot and giants what was your initial approach. What was your? What was your? What was your theme? Really, I didn't have one. I was mainly just doing the background research on missing cases going back hundreds of years, and I just kept falling into these articles about. You know, a creature that was titled in articles wild man, and initially, I didn't I just ignored it. And then after a while, I started pay attention. I probably lost a hundred articles over the years 'cause I just didn't pull them. But in the short term, I started to pull them out. And then I started to make their relationship to giants as well. And I never really knew that we had these discoveries giant skeletons say seven to nine feet tall and the US until just the last couple of years. And so as I was pulling articles on missing people, I started to just pull the articles on giants and Bigfoot and put them on the side. And then as time went on, and I would take trips and have have the patience to look through these things. I started to decipher what was relevant wasn't. And that's how this book got put together. And it's like I said, it's really just articles by date that just blow your mind. They were written about and somebody was interested in this topic years ago, and it was current pull out an article or two from one of the books. David from this book can give us a story or two if you could sure the Marion star in Ohio newspaper November twentieth. 1893 way back way back and there's an article it says a giant skeleton is found in a gravel Bank near Clarendon. And the article goes on to talk about some guys that are building a road, and they're using gravel from a person's farm. The Miller farm in house. They were pulling gravel out of an embankment. Some gravel came down a skeleton came out, and based on the size of the skeleton, the coroner or the person at the time that was investigating this that it had to have been a giant. And then the article says seven foot skeletons are a rare thing they've been found before. But this is the first and. Marion county the belief that the skeleton is that of a giant which geologists say did exist at an earlier day is rather discouraged by the location of the find. But it is difficult to imagine a seven footer seven foot six inch Marion county citizen Indian or white man who would have found a grave and such a location, and I again, mainstream probably is putting this down. But then there are a couple of articles where they actually academics came in to help excavate and work it, and there were some Indian mounds that were also excavated where they also found these unusual things. Like, I say initially. It's the knee jerk reaction is oh this is bogus. Then when you see the newspapers that are writing these things start to think. Well, I I don't think it's bogus. I think there's something to it. And maybe maybe something's being concealed from us. Who knows if you're right about that? Why would they conceal? What what are they hiding? Well, I think right now that you gotta understand our scientists. So advanced that DNA can tell us a lot. And maybe there's something in that DNA that they don't want us to know. Like, it might be extraterrestrial. Maybe it would fall in the face of what history is telling us about the first people to come to our continent. I mean was it native Americans was at first nations people from Canada was somebody else. Well, if it was somebody else Christopher Columbus's rolling over his great, isn't he? Well, and here's another article Georgia Abilene weekly Kansas December thirty first eighteen ninety seven. And it says one of the three recently discovered curiously frame symmetrical mounds at maple creek, Wisconsin has been open, and they're in found the skeleton of a man of gigantic size the bones measured from head to foot over nine feet in war and a fair state of preservation, the skull is as large as a half bushel measure, some finely temperate rods of copper and other relics were lying near the bones. The mound from which these remains of a prehistoric race. We're taking his ten feet high thirty feet long varying from six to eight feet in width two mounds of lesser size. We'll be excavated later now to me part of that interest is what were these copper relics that were found? And that tells me that there was some technology behind these creatures. Well, for sure they they had tools, right? And what happened to all these tools? And in fact, what happened to what happened to all of them? Exactly. Yeah. There's a lot of insinuation that. These might have been native Americans in some of the articles, but not always. Here's an article where science kind of got into it as well. In the times of Pennsylvania, December twelfth eighteen ninety seven it says he was seven feet high the bones of an Indian found in Maryland that indicate a giant race. It says there what has just been received by the American Academy of sciences, the skeleton of an Indian seven feet tall. It was discovered near Antietam ten days ago. There are now skeletons of three powerful Indians. If he kademi who at one time and their what wildness roamed over the state of Maryland armed with such instruments as they were able to gather and still brought them to use two of these skeletons belonged individuals, evidently, gigantic size, the vertebrae in bones in the legs are nearly as thick as those of a horse. I think about that. Six of a horse. Have one bones exceptional skulls are fine proportions sample in the walls of moderate thickness, but the great strength different behind by a powerful Occidental rich, the curves of the four hundred moderate and not retreating suggesting intelligence and connected with jars of moderate development. It goes on. But a lot of people who have read this and said, well, Dave, maybe this wasn't an Indian. Maybe this was a big foot. And what would be the difference between wild men and Bigfoot if anything. I think from the descriptions that I've gathered over almost two hundred and fifty years there, isn't it? This one and the same. I think it is. I mean, they talk about long arms. They talk about hair all over the body. They talk about it acting with intelligence, and they talk about it being across the US in areas that we know what to be do. They talk about offspring. Yeah. That's that's really a good one in descriptions and sightings you hear about today. That's really I would say toddlers and females are very rare occurrence that somebody sees those. And in all the research. I think there might have been one case where one person saw something that appeared to be a child or young one. And there were like three or four cases where somebody described a female hair all over the body. You know that cetera. And that's that's kind of mind boggling, why the female species and the children the offspring would be tucked away. Maybe it's a security thing. Maybe you know, the the big foot doesn't want them out who knows. Yeah. And the native Americans have always told me when Harvey and I have gone out that a male will always lead in the family will stay behind. So you may only see one exact like there's probably more behind it. You're not saying, what do you think the population size might be? Wow. That's that's a million dollar question. But there has to be many many many because their sightings almost daily somewhere in the US and Canada in China and USSR and etcetera. You know, even if they had a population of five thousand that's not that's not a lot compared to human beings. I don't think that would cover the US is thickly as it appears. No, I don't either. I mean, you think of what what what is the deer population, for example in this country. Millions in California. Yeah. Absolutely. We don't see them every other day now. And people always ask me, they said, well, Dave, how come we're not finding bones, and I've talked to some fish and game people and trackers, and you know, there's probably fifty thousand or more bear in California. And none of them have ever seen a bear skeleton in the woods. What is intrigued me about your work? David is there appears to be some kind of intelligence behind these creatures these aren't animals, these these are thinking breathing creatures, and they could very well be the missing link. Well, I do think that there. There's a high level of intelligence because if there wasn't then I think they would have been captured. I think they would have been we could have seen. We could have watched a bitch occur could put him under surveillance to learn a lot but never has happened. So yeah, I agree with you there. Very smart. And I think it's underestimated by a portion of our research world that how smart they really may be. And once you get into this, and you understand. Okay. Well, you know, it wasn't too long ago that we discovered the ape, and it wasn't that long ago that we discovered certain bears and China, and I something this large to be studied by researchers in China and the USSR and even in the United States and Canada. There's something to it. But there's something that I think that science doesn't want to know. They're afraid. I think there's something to it. That would make everyone uncomfortable. And I go back to because I was deeply involved in the DNA study that Dr catch him did and contrary to what everyone thinks I think that's the most valuable thing we have right now as a research tool where got one hundred and ten different DNA samples, we had blood saliva hair. It went to four independent certified labs in the United States. They all came back with the same result. That result being is that we can follow the female side of the DNA back twelve fifteen thousand years into the Middle East, and the male side of the equation doesn't exist in three hundred and fifty two billion base pairs in gen Bank, which is essentially impossible. You've cited a lot of older articles. Are we still getting a lot of sightings today? Oh, yeah. I think if if you kept track probably multiple multiple fightings. Two or three maybe four go public every week. But there's probably ten times that. The people are uncomfortable and seeing or they don't know where to report it. Right, right. Or they they think they're gonna be ridiculed or something like that. Yeah. I I mean, I've gone to so many conferences and people come up to me, and they say, you know, my wife, and I saw this and the wife standing right next to the man, and we don't know who to really tell it to that would believe us. And we were driving down this this happened and guys driving down the road in Arkansas going to his house three or four miles away. They see a big lump on the side of the road in a ditch. They slow down that lump stands up onto fetal covered with her. Dave. You know, what we saw? But we're not gonna tell anybodys we're not only a fool would dress up in a costume and wander around like that. I get shot you'd think exactly. And it's happened before of course. Yeah. I know, of course. And in fact, that you said something Georgia, and I I'm sure you'll probably get feedback on it. You said, well, it's it's probably not an animal because it has so much intelligence, blah, blah, blah. There's a section of that research world who adamantly thinks it is an animal. What do you think? I definitely think it's it's way more on the human side of the equation than it is on the animus specially if it had tools for crying out loud. Well, there's a in one of my books, I refer to a book that a native American wrote up in the Klamath portion of California, and they talked about living with the Indian devils, and they said in the early eighteen hundreds they could find him by their fire..

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:52 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It here. I'm sure. That's all for today's business daily from me. Jayme Wakefield and producer, Sarah. Or if you have any thoughts on the program topic. Please tweet me I'm at Jane Wakefield. BBC BBC. Now our history program witness with me Louis Sadako in January two thousand eight CS began arriving at the wolves. I global seed felt very deep inside the permafrost in mountain in the Arctic circle on an island north of no way, the fault was built to ensure the survival of the world's food supply and agricultural history in the event of a global catastrophe. I've been speaking to the man behind the idea American agriculturalist, doctor Kerry Fowler. We'd chartered a plane from the mainland that came in. And I suspect it was the first plane in history to be carrying a load completely of seeds carry Fowler that been working towards this for years, the world's first truly safe deposit box for every seed known to man, what was it like seeing those first seats arrive just an extraordinary moment, if you'll see these boxes from all the different countries in the world, and you're magin what's inside of them living seeds that have been passed down successfully from one generation to another basically since the dawn of of agriculture twelve fifteen thousand years ago. It's it's almost a religious experience had visitors that have walked out of that room with tears in their eyes. This is not just a living history of human beings on earth. But it's also everything that are agriculture crops, and we can be in the future. In the nineteen ninety s Cary Fowler, had produced the first global assessment of the state of the world's crop diversity for the United Nations and had worked on an international treaty on food security. Most countries have their own seat banks, but in September two thousand one the idea of a global CPAC a doomsday volt that would protect the world's agricultural, gene. Bank in perpetuity began to free. Two aircraft crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, both towers have collapsed that was of course, nine eleven that taught us a lesson which was that. There is no building no place on earth that was totally safe. And then they were as Hurricane Katrina. And that was a rather pointed lesson as well. Because people said they always referring to the experts. Of course, they knew that a force five hurricane would sooner or later hit New Orleans, and that we create a disaster. So why didn't they do something about it? And occurred to me and one or two other people that in the field in which we work, which was crop diversity conserving, the actual biological foundation for our food system. Well, that they in this case was us. It was me. That's when we began to search around for some fail safe way to protect the world's stockpile of diversity that's used in plant breeding agriculture because there have been problems haven't that with some of the national seat volts they'd been cuts in funding was oh, yeah. On my computer. I had a file that was named gene Bank horror stories, sometimes of mundane problems, it would hit a seed Bank. But sometimes bigger things fire and other kinds of catastrophe the seat back in Iraq was located in an area. Call AVI, grab you might remember that name. So it got caught in the crossfire. So when these problems hit a seed Bank. What happens is a gigantic permanent irreparable extinction event unique. Samples of our crop diversity become extinct in the snap of a finger..

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"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Many of them were were hair. And with the hair you need the follicle to get the mighty Conrail DNA. And then other people came forward with a tissue. Sample blood saliva and all of this Melba works through incredibly well to figure out the solution and the chemical way to extract in read this DNA. And the amazing part was is that we got nuclear DNA. And what the showed was that the bipedal went back twelve fifteen thousand years on the female side to the Arab region to Jerusalem to Jordan into that part of the world. And this is winning was sent to Jen dank and three hundred and fifty two billion base pairs of human DNA is in this. And unbelievably Jen Bank came back and said they can't find ever reading the male side of the equation. And they wrote this up she brought in three other PHD's super smart people to help her right away. Paper about this. And during that process of getting the DNA extracting DNA, one of the places that they used was Louisiana crime lab completely automated process for extracting DNA and getting it. And there was no. There was no way that this samples could have been compromised. Yes. As the paper was written before you get there. So they right as they're in the process of writing the paper a lot of people don't know this. But you and I worked together to introduce Melba to of very brilliant. Scientists who had written white papers before and we explained to her in he explained to her a proper way to go about this. She listened to some of this. But you didn't listen to all of it. And unfortunately, she put a lot of feelings and thoughts don't belong in a white paper in a white paper. But if you abstract all of those feelings and thoughts, and you stick strictly with the science, which people don't and ninety nine percent of the people. I've never read the paper, and they read little news briefs here, and there and take it's the truth. The reality is when you sit with a scientists who reads that science buying the paper, they know that those hundred ten sample Selous Telestrator phenomenal. When we come back. We're going to get into that a little bit more and then jump into specifics from day, his new book big foot wild men and giants. He's Harry, noon ninety nine night. I mean, Bigfoot Cal sales hair take us into the break. Harry. Hello. Don't ask me laugh. Coast to coast will be right back. Don't go away. This is five seventy K L I. Here's a news and information updates from KLIF. Fiancee. She is under twenty four hour. Police protection. Meanwhile, GOP congressman.

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02:12 min | 4 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"David brody with us his book echoes of atlanta's david kinda pinpoint again force were you believe atlantis may be a regular played tova quick has um outside the uh traces of alter right on the midatlantic ridge so if you pick for the mid atlantic starting uh the at a point and i didn't again the rigid mostly underwater of a piece of it or above uh he level uh and and put a making its way down um through the eighty four so somewhere north of the azores and south of ice when the rich we know the rich by the way looking in old geological surveys from the us government the 1930 at one point twelve fifteen thousand years ago the parts of the rich were above sea level there's evidence of volcanic ash uh on the rich off freshwater fossil fan these are all things that indicate part of the rich robust sea level in in in a twelve to fifteen thousand before present time which is when we think atlanta i would finally destroyed so again if if a snake like weird you put any kind of match you can see it the runs right down the middle the atlantic there how big do think atlantis watch so cueto actually pelvis he gives us dimensions and i like to think of it um i think i did the calculations if it's about the size of uh of the mid west traffic kansas say but it was shape war uh serpentine sort of the vertical serpentine thing but um part in many parts of one to water so it's a little bit hard to put your finger on but i think if we think of fate of british style today um that will give us a general idea i don't think it's quite as large of the continent as some people believe but again if no way to know for sure we don't have that evidence that the trail is cold in twelve thousand years whatever evidence or was that the bottom of the atlantic but going back to plato with one of the great thinkers of all time could give a sort of the mention and if you think of the british isles it's a private good way to victory in your mind okay let's take some calls here william in florida welcome to the program william go ahead are you know gnawing great.

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02:12 min | 4 years ago

"twelve fifteen thousand years" Discussed on KELO

"David brody with us his book echoes of atlanta's david kinda pinpoint again force were you believe atlantis may be a rubber plato tobruk which is them outside the frightened too vaulter right on the mid atlantic ridge so if you pick for the mid atlantic rich starting um at a point and i didn't again the written mostly underwater of a piece of at or above uh he level uh and and making its way down um through the door so somewhere north of the azores and south of ice on the ridge we know the rich by the way looking at old geological surveys from the us government the 1930s at one point twelve fifteen thousand years ago the parts of the rich were above sea level there's evidence of volcanic ash uh on the rid of freshwater foxhole fan these are all things that indicate parts of the ridge river fee level in in in a twelve to fifteen thousand before present time which is when we think atlanta i was finally destroyed so again if if a lake like ridge report any kind of math you can see it runs right down the middle the atlantic there how big do you think atlantis was so cueto actually tell the figure this dimensions i like to think of it um i think i did the calculation it's it's about the size of uh of a midwestern say kansas say but it was shape more certain time for the vertical serpentine thing but um part many parts of underwater so it's a little bit hard to put your finger on but i think if we think of fate of british style today um that will give us a general idea i don't think it's quite as large of the kankkunen has some people believe but again it's no way to know for sure we don't have that evidence that the trail as cold been twelve thousand years whatever evidence or was at the bottom of the atlantic but going back the plato who's one of the great thinkers of all time to give afoot dimension and if you think of the british isles it's a private good way to the picture in your mind okay let's take some calls here william in florida welcome to the program william go ahead are you know gnawing great.

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