Via Space.com More on the Chelyabinsk meteor. A strike by a medium-size asteroid could change Earth’s climate dramatically for a few years, making life difficult for people around the world, a new study suggests. Such an impact on land (as opposed to at sea) could cause average global temperatures to plunge to ice age levels and lead to steep drops […]Read more ›
#725. 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. http://www.sacredgeometryinternational.com/wp-content/SGI_Radio_2/JRE_725_Graham_Hancock_Randall_Carlson.mp3 Audience feedback on Twitter. The podcast with @Graham__Hancock and @SacredGeoInt has […]Read more ›
Editors note: The following is Randall Carlson’s definitive response to an affected attempt to label him as a “climate change denier.” Randall is of course more than happy to debate anyone from the pro IPCC global warming alarmist camp, brave enough to engage him in an open forum. Truly the debate is not over… but just beginning. Interested climate scientists […]Read more ›
Via Vice.com May 22, 2015 By Rory Tolan The sky god slept like a rock. In a yawning crater cut into the side of Manhattan’s Central Park, a stone as old as the Earth had amassed a crowd. I found it in a huddle of selfie sticks, flapping brochures, and children slapping it with sweaty palms. But Tomanowos, a divine […]Read more ›
Randall Carlson and Joe Rogan Discuss Lost Civilizations, Climate Change, Sacred Geometry, Freemasonry and Rewriting History with Graham Hancock – JRE #606
*Right Click Save As Tomorrow at 12PM PT it's the return of Randall Carlson @SacredGeoInt one of the most fascinating guests I've ever talked to. — Joe Rogan (@joerogan) February 2, 2015 Randall Carlson on the @joerogan Experience. Great episode: https://t.co/E0zZrJhQgf — Graham Hancock (@Graham__Hancock) February 4, 2015 @SacredGeoInt @joerogan so far I've listened 4 times and still adding notes. Poweful […]Read more ›
I spent most of my youth in rural Minnesota. The area where we lived, about 10 miles northwest of Minneapolis, was a rolling mosaic of hills, pasture, forest, meadow, agricultural fields, and countless lakes. The landscape was the product of the great ice age which came to an end only about 10 thousand years ago. The many hills were piles […]Read more ›
Responses to comments made about Joe Rogan Podcast – An open letter to a critic on the matter of chevrons, megatsunamis and bolide impacts.
Responses to comments made about Joe Rogan Podcast An open letter to a critic on the matter of chevrons, megatsunamis and bolide impacts. Recently I did a podcast with Joe Rogan. In our wide ranging discussion we covered a lot of material. As pleased as I was by the positive response of many in the listeners, I also appreciate and […]Read more ›
Randall Carlson and Joe Rogan Wax Philosphic on Atlantis, The Cosmic Destiny of Mankind and Cycles of Catastrophe
Via JoeRogan.net Thanks to fanscribed for providing a fanmade transcript of this legendary podcast. Had an incredible conversation with Randall Carlson of @SacredGeoInt today. Mind blowing is a huge understatement. http://t.co/5nSJ1SHnoh — Joe Rogan (@joerogan) May 15, 2014 @joerogan @SacredGeoInt JESUS CHRIST THIS GUY IS SMART! My brain is rapidly melting with each word he speaks. #JRE — Wourms […]Read more ›
*Editors note: For an succinct overview of Randall’s research regarding “climate change” you can view the video of his interview with RealitySandwich.com entitled,“Climate Change: A Catastrophist’s Perspective” for a better understanding of his perspective. Hello Elizabeth. I am responding to the question you raised regarding my opinion of the New York Times article on the recent work of physicist Richard […]Read more ›
An in depth examination of the science and politics behind a modern day controversy.
Is the issue settled, as mainstream media would have us believe?
Is there truly a consensus to which all climate scientists agree? What exactly does consensus mean in science?
What does the peer reviewed literature actually tell us?