Comet and meteor impact researcher will join us live in studio to further discuss the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, the importance of comet impact prevention, and the royal astronomical society of Canada’s 2017 general assembly happening to celebrate the nation’s 150th birthday. We also discuss the possibly found crater for the YD impact!

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Renowned author Laird rejoins us in the den to discuss new findings from Gobekli Tepe as it relates to the younger dryas impact hypothesis, and how that symbolism has permeated around the globe. we will also discuss comparative cosmology as a profession, and the challenges faced in his field.

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host of The Rocci Stucci Show, Rocci joins us for the first time in the Den of Lore proper, having last been a guest on The Hangover, to discuss American politics, current events, conspiracy theories, and provide perspectives on the position some Americans take on these subjects in the current geopolitical climate.

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32nd degree freemason, & former Grand Archdruid of The Ancient Order of Druids in America joins us once more in the Den to talk the Coelbern Alphabet, the Academy of the Sword - a recently translated manual of swordsmanship as a Western martial art based on Renaissance sacred geometry, & more!

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Gordon White of Rune Soup joins us for a rousing discussion about magic, culture, geopolitics, anthropology and the paranormal.

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Beloved host of Fade to Black and Coast to Coast AM, joins us to talk his career, Starting Fade to Black, Contact in the Desert, His new show on History/A&E - and more!

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In one of our most fun shows to date - artist, model, and daughter of John Anthony West joins us to talk her work, life, and family. We discuss her long term goals, her father's progress, consciousness and creativity, UFO's, and New York culture.

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Dr. Gerald Dickens joins us to discuss the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), which occurred around 56 million years ago. It is the most recent naturally occurring Earth warming event that we can compare today's warming to. During this time, global temperatures rose at least 5°C (9°F), and the PETM warmth lasted 200,000 years before the Earth system was able to remove the extra CO2 from the atmosphere. - In this part we learn about the causes for the PETM and direct comparisons to the environment in this age.

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Dr. Gerald Dickens joins us to discuss the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), which occurred around 56 million years ago. It is the most recent naturally occurring Earth warming event that we can compare today's warming to. During this time, global temperatures rose at least 5°C (9°F), and the PETM warmth lasted 200,000 years before the Earth system was able to remove the extra CO2 from the atmosphere. - In this part we learn about the carbon cycle, how it relates to PETM, and how long carbon takes to cycle through the environment.

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