Lost Cities [#1]: Myths, Legends and Facts – STDWYTK
Published on Apr 8, 2013
From Shangri-La to Cuidad Blanca and the legendary desert city of Ubar, human civilization is full of stories about legendary lost cities. But is there a grain of truth in any of these myths? Listen in to learn more about lost cities and archaeology in the first part of this series.
Time travel is an ancient concept (it even occurs in the Hindu epic The Mahabharata) but could it really happen? Could a person physically travel through time? The first part of this Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know series examines the accounts of some people who claim to have seen physical time travel – or to have traveled through time themselves.
It’s true: theories spread on both sides of the gun control debate — those who want to restrict gun ownership and those who feel ownership is threatened. Some believe that mass shootings are engineered to sway support for gun laws, while others believe manufacturers lobby to keep guns accessible despite the dangers their products may pose. Join Matt and Ben in this Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know video as they take a closer look at the contradicting theories, and stay tuned for more information in their Friday episode.
[UPDATE: I had to completely rewrite this section. I was laughing so hard when I originally posted I forgot to edit and it read horribly Sorry guys, but S**T Happens.] ;>}
Sounds like a headline from Weekly World News or The National Inquirer, Right? Well this actually comes from NBC News.
For those of you old enough, remember when inquired about someones location, the old wise-ass answer was always,“He went to S**T and the hogs ate him”
Well, with respect to farmer Gardner – T believe I am not disrespecting the dead when I say here is a true story that seems to have transpired along the same lines, except for the differing choresthey were engaged in at the time of the incident, the two met with the same disgusting fate, Sorry guys, no video this time. . . .EDITOR
On Wednesday morning, Terry V. Garner, a 70-year-old Oregon farmer, went to feed his animals. Several hours later, when he hadn’t returned, a family member went to look for him and found, on the ground of the hog enclosure, his dentures.
Further investigation of the enclosure by the family member revealed that the hogs, which each weighed about 700 pounds, had nearly completely eaten the farmer, although some body parts were strewn about the enclosure. . . . Read Complete Report
Then I thought, Why not a video. A video to kind of help shake that story off. And I knew the perfect one. . . EDITOR