Graham Hancock Breaks the Set on TED Censorship, Lost Civilizations & War on Consciousness

Abby Martin interviews author and philosopher, Graham Hancock, about the mysteries of ancient civilization, hidden societies from the past, censorship by TED Talks and the difficulty in getting these ideas accepted by mainstream archaeologists and historians.

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9 Comments on "Graham Hancock Breaks the Set on TED Censorship, Lost Civilizations & War on Consciousness"

  1. “TED is 100% committed to open enquiry, including challenges to orthodox thinking. But we’re also firm believers in appropriate skepticism, or critical thinking. Those two instincts will sometimes conflict, as they did in this case. That’s why we invited this debate. The process hasn’t been perfect. But it has been undertaken in passionate pursuit of these core values.” Ted Science Board

    • Krimsen King | Jun 30, 2014 at 9:14 pm |

      wow.. what did they do that was so bad??

    • BuzzCoastin | Jul 1, 2014 at 3:28 am |

      wow
      almost made me wanna watch the video
      but I wasn’t sure if Addy had on a hot outfit or not
      did she?

    • Galser Marcos | Jul 1, 2014 at 12:01 pm |

      Agreed. I don’t share the hate of the man. But I find all this new-age quackery disturbing. Most of them are bonkers. However, I do find some interesting things in their work – usually the parts that actually are scientifically provable as opposed to wild speculation and stories pulled out of their asses.

    • Thad McKraken | Jul 1, 2014 at 3:01 pm |

      How does making it illegal to take psychedelic drugs or study them in any sort of scientific manner when we can study nearly any other chemical compound logical?
      If you were paying attention, we can’t make “rational enquiries” into
      psychedelic drugs because the government told us we can’t back in the late 60’s.
      Why is science government’s bitch exactly? You have zero “rational” answers to
      these questions, neither does anyone else. Sort of what Graham was pointing out
      and why he got yanked from TED.

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  3. Winston Smith | Jul 1, 2014 at 11:42 am |

    Erich von Däniken redux 🙁

    • Winston Smith | Jul 1, 2014 at 11:54 am |

      Pseudo-science: conjectures on things for which there are, as he admits, there is “no evidence” either for or again.
      “Atlantis” and Freud’s “oceanic”: variants on Noah’s flood myth… better explanation than his “guess.”
      No one makes any claim about having a complete knowledge of anything.
      Racism is genetic?
      Ah… psychodelics… right… Timothy Leary…
      Yawn.

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