JRE #852 – John Anthony West from JoeRogan on Vimeo.
JRE #852 – JOHN ANTHONY WEST09.27.16
#852. John Anthony West is an author, lecturer, guide and a proponent of Sphinx water erosion hypothesis in geology.
John is a long-time personal friend and mentor and I think the world of him.
He knows what he is talking about, especially regarding Egypt and rest assured on most other things as well.
I am adding a paragraph here on 9/29 as I was just noticing that whoever writes the Rogan blurb above mentioned the water erosion “hypothesis.” This, dear readers, is a big part of the problem in our culture of total science ignorance and arrogance. It is not a hypothesis. It is a fact. Theories have nothing to do with the fact that the Sphinx is water-eroded. I know Mr Rogan and crew did not mean it in a bad way, I just thought it an interesting marker as it caught my eye just now while looking over the blog and listening to Cafe Enigma.
Visit his site at JAWest.net and his blog, Phoenixfire, where John has his own podcasts!
Missing 411 David Paulides | Conspiracy Culture 2016
Published on May 24, 2016
May 21st 2016 | FULL Presentation and Q&A with David Paulides in Toronto, Canada, with introductions by Richard Syrett and Patrick Whyte, featuring David Paulides author of Missing 411 series ‘Unexplained disappearances of missing persons’ … The CanAm Missing Project http://www.canammissing.com/
The Conspiracy Show hosted by Richard Syrett http://conspiracyshow.strangeplanet.ca
Conspiracy Culture http://conspiracyculture.com
Oh, man, I love this stuff so much!
It’s creepy. It’s scary. It stretches the mind!
One keeps making attempts to imagine a scenario that can accommodate this phenomenon.
So far no one has a clue. Some have proferred theories but I am not a fan of any of them.
Be careful out there!
Rally Group B – Tribute
Published on Mar 2, 2014
All images and music included are not in my own possession.
This is a tribute to the rallying of the middle 80’s, when Group B monsters dominated the championship. There were no serious restrictions for the cars and no limitations for developing, the tracks were extremely dangerous and the crowd were as close to the cars as possible. As the result of rapid evolution the cars became as powerful as F1 cars and it was too much for human abilities to keep them on the nasty roads on the limit. In 1986, after several horrible crashes, FIA banned Group B rallying forever.
Editor- David Režný
Music – Artist: Ludovico Einaudi Title: Divenire
This is really quite nicely done. Bravo, mate.
Oh, man, those were the days.
Then the liberal do-gooders invaded and ruined everything.
Ana Popovic – Navajo Moon – LIVE PARIS 2014
TZ7LIVE Published on Jul 9, 2014Ana Popovic @ Le New Morning, PARIS 08/07/2014
A tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan
Ana plays Stevie…
What could be better?
Published on Sep 26, 2016
Jane Rodriguez sings and plays saxophone on peggy lees Fever at the Onan Gold Pyramid House 9/24/2016
in Gurnee Illinois
and here, from the same show…another favorite tune!
Jane Rodriguez performing “Summertime”
Published on Sep 25, 2016
Jane singing on 9/24/2016 at the Onan Pyramid House in Gurnee Illinois. Veterans benefit with her Band Eddie Domino and the Domino Effect
Jane is also a researcher of the types of things that float my boat, so, you know, yay!
I do note a touch of innocence and vulnerability to tall tales. But hey, I get hit sometimes. So yeah.
She goes out there and looks, which is huge.
and then she comes back and does this!
Everybody Plays the Fool (Remastered)
Published on Nov 7, 2014
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment
Everybody Plays the Fool (Remastered) · The Main Ingredient
A Quiet Storm
℗ 1972 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Released on: 1996-04-30
Associated Performer: The Main Ingredient
Composer, Lyricist: Rudolph Clark
Composer, Lyricist: Ralph Bailey
Composer, Lyricist: Kenneth Williams
Arranger: Bert De Coteaux
Conductor: Bert de Coteaux
Engineer: Jim Crotty
Producer, Re- Mastering Engineer: Bill Lacey
Producer, Re- Mastering Engineer: Mike Hartry
Auto-generated by YouTube.
I always seem to play the fool…
This is Ötzi. Handsome lad from 5,000 years ago, delivered by the ice.
He was discovered 25 years ago this month.
Knight of Ni
Member reminds us all, me and now you, in 25th Anniversary of Ötzi “The Ice Man” discovery:
25 years ago this month Ötzi was discovered in the Ötztal Alps , the ice in which he was entombed delivered his body to the surface to be discovered by Helmut and Erika Simon who were walking the Alpine paths , Ötzi was a gift to mankind and is the oldest natural mummy in the world.
Ötzi has provided me with 25 years of wonder , the mystery of the Ice Man has slowly been uncovered over the years to give us a glimpse into the life and death of a Neolithic hunter , his tools and clothing were also found giving us a unique insight into the technology of his world.
a reply to: gortex
I love the Otzi story; so much knowledge of the past from one small guy. Look at the tattoos? They tell the story of him being in a community and lying down whilst the resident tattooist inked him with the hypothetically meridian points of acupuncture. They’d have done the small talk thing we all do when we get hair cut or sit in the dentists. The scene would have been alive with the sounds of others in the group/tribe and the region would have been alive with wildlife. There was probably a smell of smoke as a fire burned and maybe people were chatting in the background or humming to themselves.
There’s a great Radiolab show about him you’ll enjoy – An Ice-Cold Case.
Botanist Jim Dickson, graphic artist Aaron Birk, and Albert Zinc, head of the Institute for Mummies and the Iceman, describe how scientific advances and modern forensic breakthroughs have uncovered an ancient tale of violence and humanity.
He was like an SAS soldier at a time when most people were hard as nails to survive. From his stomach contents to the defence wounds to the wiry musculature – times were very tough and lean too.
They have done work on the lads acoustics as well… See This is what Ötzi the Iceman sounded like. Pretty creepy, tbh.
What a voice!
That would sound so very strange.
I remember when they found him. It was exciting!
As the boffins attempt to set the torque on a few of my loose screws, I thought you might like these recent finds.
I love these. Full HD, clickers… and green wheels, man, green wheels!
BMW E21. I had one. Super sexy styling. Very nice car. This one looks quite the business, unless there’s a speed bump.
Shelby. Say no more.
2017 Ford Shelby GT350R in Lightning Blue
Carroll’s spirit lives on.
Black Bentley, up to no good.
New and strong
Old and strong
Abel Basti posted a video from September 23, 2014 to his timeline.
September 23, 2014 Villa La Angostura, Argentina
Residencia Hitler (Inalco), bajo la nevada
Nice place. There is a building much like this a little farther back in the woods in it’s own clearing. Lots of other smaller buildings. Even hangars and watchtowers, which used to be fully manned.
A little chilly out the day this was taken.