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Episode 50 – The Science Wars (Ancient Aliens)

September 26, 2019 By



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Phil from The Week in Doubt joins me as we journey into madness that is Ancient Aliens in one of the most frustrating and rage-inducing episodes to date! Buckle in and try to remain calm as we discuss this shit show!

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4 Comments on "Episode 50 – The Science Wars (Ancient Aliens)"

  1. CommentCop Badge#666
    September 26, 2019

    That's Dr Todd Disotell. He was the dna tester for that show, The 10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Search on Spiketv.
    I'm listening to this laying down with my eyes closed and then I hear Phil mention that he used to have a mohawk and you pointing out the bigfoot necklace. lol I opened my eyes and yep, that's him in the still you have on screen. lol

  2. Ante Meridiem
    September 26, 2019

    They couldn't find any Y chromosomal DNA... Hmm.... Maybe the child was FEMALE? Considering females have 2 Xs? Or maybe they meant X chromosome? Since they also said they couldn't identify any paternal DNA, which half of the X-chromosomal DNA would have been, if she was female. Also, the nonsense about there being thousands of times more maternal DNA... Yes, there are thousands of times more mitochondria in the cell than the one copy of genomic DNA. But the mitochondrial genome is only 16,000 base pairs. It's tiny. They should have been able to pick up plenty of genomic DNA, which is by definition half paternal. Also, can we address the fact that they didn't have enough vandalized pyramid sample to do carbon testing, but apparently had enough to verify that the ink on their sample was on new plaster?

  3. blue dragonfly
    September 26, 2019

    'There are known flaws in the science' translation: We don't know how to use science things, so if we use it wrong and it gives us garbage data, it must be a problem with the method, not us!

  4. Thechannelcritic
    September 26, 2019

    Hey Cwebb here in the UK in Yorkshire we have proof it only takes 10 to 20 years for an item to become part of a rock and even full petrification, the place is mother shiptons in knaresborough. These guys are gimps plain and simple


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