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  • If you are not already familiar with Graham Hancock and his work, consider yourself lucky
  • Hancock is a quack of the most irritating variety, unable to come up with interesting theories and basing what theories he has on such ludicrous supposition as to make it not crazy enough to be funny but not serious enough to not get angry at his wild assertions

    • by Gregory Anderson
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      If you are not already familiar with Graham Hancock and his work, consider yourself lucky. Hancock is a quack of the most irritating variety, unable to come up with interesting theories and basing what theories he has on such ludicrous supposition as to make it not crazy enough to be funny but not serious enough to not get angry at his wild assertions.

      This is made


      abundantly clear in his 3 part television series: Quest for the Lost Civilisation. As you’ve probably already figured out, he is trying to find evidence of a lost civilisation which he claims existed around 10,500 BC (somewhere in the general ballpark of Atlantis claims, sort of).

      Like most quacks, Hancock doesn’t feel that he needs to have good evidence for any of his theories. He ...


      • needs merely state them, claim a couple of coincidences as proof and then treat whatever he says as reality. This goes on and on in this program for about 3 hours worth.

        If there is one redeeming quality to this series, it is the cinematography. Whoever did the camera work knew what they were doing, and Mr. Hancock does go to many interesting places that

        you are not likely to see on many other programs. However, being pretty to look at doesn’t necessarily mean the program as a whole is good. If Mr. Hancock wants to really advance his theories, he should at least try for a minimum amount of research and evidence rather than just saying whatever happens to come to his mind at the time to say.




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