Randall Carlson – Lost Civilization, Joe Rogan, Michael Shermer & Graham Hancock

this is why the work of Graham Hancock is so vitally important right now because what he’s doing is he’s documenting and showing that yes the history of our species on this planet is much deeper richer and more complex than anybody can even imagine and it’s very likely that there have been whole worlds […]

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The Role of Hadith Literature in Islam

The Role of Hadith Literature in Islam

A second source of authority is what’s called the hadith or the hadith literature, and hadith literature are simply written traditions that record what Mohammed said, did, or approved of, and these are categorized by subject. Okay, so for example, maybe Mohammed one day in Saudi Arabia was, was walking around and somebody comes up […]

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The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

The Fermi Paradox — Where Are All The Aliens? (1/2)

Are we the only living things in the entire universe? The observable universe is about 90 billion light years in diameter. There are at least one hundred billion galaxies, each with one hundred to one thousand billion stars. Recently, we’ve learned that planets are very common too. And, there are probably trillions and trillions of […]

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1944, January 11 – FDR – Fireside chat #28 – State of the Union – closed captioned

1944, January 11 – FDR – Fireside chat #28 – State of the Union – closed captioned

VO: Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States. FDR: Ladies and gentlemen, today I sent my annual message to the Congress, as required by the Constitution. It has been my custom to deliver these annual messages in person, and they have been broadcast to the nation. I intended to follow this same custom […]

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Are we living in a simulation? – Zohreh Davoudi

Are we living in a simulation? – Zohreh Davoudi

We live in a vast universe, on a small wet planet, where billions of years ago single-celled life forms evolved from the same elements as all non-living material around them, proliferating and radiating into an incredible ray of complex life forms. All of this— living and inanimate, microscopic and cosmic— is governed by mathematical laws […]

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Pop Culture Combat: Was Ross The Best Or Worst FRIEND?

Pop Culture Combat: Was Ross The Best Or Worst FRIEND?

– Is Ross the best Friend or the worst Friend? – Ross is the glue that keeps this whole group together. This show should be called Ross and His Dumbass Friends. – No, Ross is a creepy older brother who just won’t stop hitting on his sister’s best friend. He’s the worst. – All right, […]

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Stephen Hicks – Explaining Postmodernism In 2018

Stephen Hicks – Explaining Postmodernism In 2018

[Music] good evening and welcome to Nevada I’ve been looking forward to for a very long time my apologies for that little thing over there I just can’t stand people like that – agent I’ll be your emcee for the night a founding partner of Capitol events and a veteran member of the UBC these […]

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TRIGGER WARNING: Ted Cruz goes scorched earth on anti-free speech culture

TRIGGER WARNING: Ted Cruz goes scorched earth on anti-free speech culture

Cruz: Elaborate a little bit on how political correctness is impacting college debate. Student: I’d love to. At the beginning of every round, we’re asked to write our gender pronouns on the board. [Audience laughter] Woman: Here we go. Student: It gets a little bit worse. If our cases are a little bit edgy, we […]

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Is ‘culture of death’ a sad reality in American society?

THE SUPERINTENDENT CALLED IT OUTSTANDING.>>Bret: PHIL KEATING LIVE IN PARKLAND. THANK YOU. THE QUESTION MANY AMERICANS ARE ASKING: WHY ARE THERE SO MANY OF THESE MASS SHOOTINGS AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO PREVENT THEM? CORRESPONDENT DOUG McKELWAY REPORTS THAT THE DEBATE GOES BEYOND GUNS TO THE ACTUAL FABRIC OF AMERICAN CULTURE, AS THE KENTUCKY […]

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