Liked on YouTube: OK Fine I’ll Talk About Ancient Apocalypse

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Are you tired of all the wild claims and pseudoscience passed off as history? Well, guess what? So is Tristan! In this video, Tristan takes on the Netflix show ‘Ancient Apocalypse’, based on the work of Graham Hancock and featuring the man himself.

Thanks to @Mexie for the voiceover
Thanks to @BrigitteEmpire , @pimcoremans and @Embracehistoria for the voicemails.

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Sources / More Info:
Conjuring Up a Lost Civilization:An Analysis of the Claims Made by Graham Hancock in Magicians of the Gods
Frauds, myths, and mysteries : science and pseudoscience in archaeology
Fritze, Ronald H. (2009). Invented Knowledge: False History, Fake Science and Pseudo-religions
Regal, Brian (2009). Pseudoscience: A Critical Encyclopedia
Wikipedia Articles

0:00 Introduction
1:45 Episode 1: Not Understanding Volcanoes
8:58 Episode 2: The Power of Deceptive Editing
23:33 Episode 3: Sirius Business
31:46 Episode 4: Rocks be Like That
46:16 Episode 5: How Move Big Rock?
59:18 Episode 6: Margins of Error
1:06:46 Episode 7: Phantom Tunnels
1:11:07 Episode 8: The Convenient Meteor
1:26:38 Meet the Real Graham
1:38:04 Why This Matters

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