Video Podcast

Episode #041: Nanodiamonds and Nay-sayers

The most comprehensive paper detailing the findings of nanodiamonds at 24 sites in ten countries across three continents, and a 2008 contribution that sought to slam the YDIH as soon as it was presented, noting odd timing and fallacy-filled arguments

Episode #040: Megaflood Appalachian Boulder Fields

Scoured valleys in the Appalachians are filled with cobbles and boulders that tell a specific and catastrophic story. Giant boulder deposits, imbrication. Excellent gateway that dabbles into our forthcoming multi-episode journey into megafloods!

Episode #039: Meteors and Fireballs

RC reviews the necessity to get these details and fingerprints covered thoroughly, as we are beginning to make the deliberate segue from YDB evidence into megafloods. He shares multiple accounts of meteors/fireballs reported in the early 20th century

Episode #038: Tunguska’s Geocosmic Lessons

Tunguska witnesses’ accounts and photos from Leonid Kulik’s team excursions into blast zone, as we ponder what forces could’ve inspired the frightful anecdotes and created the many odd features that remain – some of them reminiscent of Carolina Bays

Episode #037: Cosmic Lessons – Tunguska’s Terrifying Tales

Cosmic lessons from recent events are lending insights that can be applied to solve the Younger Dryas mystery / advancements of technology that we employ to piece together the incomplete human puzzle

Episode #036: Asteroid Day Special Edition

Looking back to the origin of the Taurid meteor stream and its fragmenting/disintegrations possibly timing with the climatic changes over the last 25k years, with one of its members having been the “Tunguska” object that exploded over Siberia in 1908

Episode #035: Wildfires and the Wasteland

Speculation about our planet being engineered and possibilities of tweaking the system. Returning to the evidence from Greenland’s ice cores for extraordinary continental-scale wildfires, we discuss possible weather changes in a devoid landscape

Episode #034: Fingerprints of Catastrophe – Wildfires

Scientific papers that have compiled evidence in support of a major catastrophe at the Younger Dryas Boundary / massive fires and floods at that time and a quick shift from forests to grasslands / Attribute the transitions to climate change?

Episode #033 Addendum: Anzick-1

The question of “where are all the human remains” opened again the Anzick-1 mystery at the end of Ep033, to which Kyle needs to make some corrections to his reporting of the story of the original discovery in Montana in 1968

Episode #033: Footprints of Catastrophe – Lac St-Jean

We look at Lac St-Jean as a potential impact site with the Saguenay River fjord as an outflow channel, linked to evidence from YDB layers at PA and NJ Clovis sites, that contain spherules and osmium traceable to lithologies present in Quebecia.