In January we launched the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast over at the Archaeology Podcast Network. It's Co-hosted by Sara H. and Dr. Kenneth Feder, who is the author of Dubious Archaeology and Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries, and they deconstruct a variety of pseudoarchaeology topics. It's been two months now and the show just continues to get better, if I may say so myself. Seeing that we've got several episodes in the can, I wanted to recap them and let all of you get a chance to get caught up.
Today Ken and Sara start discussing creationism. We evaluate the evidence for a global flood in both the geological and archaeological record. We compare the biblical myth with the Babylonian version, and we go looking for Noah's Ark itself. If you'd like to support the Podcast, condenser donating to us monthly on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Archyfantasies or giving just a... Continue Reading →
And so we have made it to the final entry in the 10 Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts list. We finish with the second of our two catch-all categories, the first being where we learned about OOParts. In this final entry we are looking at Impossible Fossils, which pretty much live up to their name. We've been over this before in an earlier post on the... Continue Reading →
The next item on the 10 Most Puzzling Ancient Artifacts list is the Coso Artifact...or as it should be more correctly named; The 1920's era Spark Plug that got confused for a Geode. Which if you know anything about how metal corrodes, debunks this entirely. It also takes all the fun out of writing a big'ol... Continue Reading →
Yah. Read that title twice, I had too... This argument has been used on me several times now : "Since the ancient spider looks just like modern spiders, evolution is completely debunked, and God did it all."This claim is usually started with, "I'm not a scientist or anything, but..." Well, firstly, let me point out that you don't need... Continue Reading →
As we move on down the line of the 10 most not-so-puzzling ancient artifacts, we come to the Ica Stones. These are perhaps the most perplexing to me, since I don't understand how anyone can look at these and think they are real. These little gems range in size from cobbles to boulders, and depict a wide variety of images... Continue Reading →
Every year the local creationists hold an expo here in Indiana. I have always ignored it before, but this year, Louise (@Spa_yediMonster), asked me to go and sweated the deal with an archaeologist who likes to show archaeological evidence to prove creationism is real. Sold! I suppose I should disclose here that I had no... Continue Reading →