This is a topic that's been bothering me since I started watching America Unearthed. Though to be fair, it's not the first time I've seen the term misused, it's just the point that drove the issue home for me. What I want to do here is give people a working idea of what the concept of Archaeoastronomy is.... Continue Reading →
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.
This is another term I assume people know and understand. I'm not talking about the study of Cults and how they work, I'm talking about those that mimic the process of science. Very much like a Cargo Cult, Cult Science goes through all the motions without knowing what they all mean. Things like the Discovery Institute, with... Continue Reading →
Well, we now know what a Cargo Cult is, and we are now up to date on the recent research into the Nasca Lines. What I haven’t brought you completely up to date on is the actual Ancient Alien Theory explanation of the Nazca lines. The History Channel sums it up pretty succinctly: Great Images being deliberately... Continue Reading →