September 25, 2021

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Joe Rogan Experience #1124 – Robert Schoch

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Robert Schoch is an associate professor of Natural Sciences at the College of General Studies, Boston University. He has been best known as a proponent of …

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30 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #1124 – Robert Schoch

  1. Combine this man's theories with the Thunderbolts Project's Electric universe theory and BAM it's like two puzzle pieces just gluing in together perfectly. This man is on the closer track to our ancient past than Carlson and Hancock, as much as I respect their research.

    I want to see Wal Thornhill on to the podcast!

    37:00 the "rope" he's referring to is called a Birkeland current. It's all part of the Electric Universe theory. A theory that will change the course of humankind.

  2. As soon as I heard Electrical, I thought of these guys.
    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=thunderboltsproject

    They predicted that we would find very little ice/snows on Comets and when we went to visit comets, we found out THEY WERE RIGHT.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8k7AwmKs90 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8k7AwmKs90

    And STILL MSC tries to make a 100 year old POSTULATION fit that comets are dirty snowballs by now calling them icy dirtballs. "Well, obviously the ice is covered by a lot of rocky debris,,, obviously. Yeah.

    Comets are electrically charged.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8k7AwmKs90

  3. Joe needs to make his guests drink water or turn the damn treble down. I cannot listen to people with dry mouth speaking in to a sensitive microphone. I cant stand mouth noises, it's the opposite of ASMR. It actually makes my back muscles spasm and it makes my skin crawl.

  4. Jow I heard you don't read the comments and them I heard one of your guests (Jamie Foxx) say that you should never read the comments cuz the negative ones will fuck you up a little almost everytime… What if you paid someone to just pull out all the positives and you read them… You'll feel like a fuckin cool million my guy… Just a suggestion that you'll never get a chance to read lol… Keep up the good work either way…

  5. Such a fascinating interview. I'm familiar with some of his work with JAW but this is the first time I have seen Robert Schoch interviewed. An absolute gentleman and he comes across as a very knowledgeable and reputable individual. I definitely need to read some of his books. As always, Joe Rogan delivers a wonderful interview by letting the interviewee do all the talking while Joe follows his curiosity, great job! ?

  6. Basically the landscape is "dripping" with re-discovery others are eager to divert, dilute, or dry-up in order to conceal the truth for "protectionist" reasons that only the elect and their initiates are well informed, many investigations have revealed these ancient institutions and how "they" through a network dedicated agents control publishing and the content of textbooks worldwide!

  7. , early machine for turning fiber into thread or yarn, which was then woven into cloth on a loom. The spinning wheel was probably invented in India, though its origins are obscure. It reached Europe via the Middle East in the European Middle Ages

  8. Being seafaring people the people of Egypt made glues and epoxy like stuff from fish.Long Bows were made with fish glue.Grinding disks are made this way. The eye of Africa beyond the pillars of Hercules is the people of the the Atlantic or Atlantians were the ancestors of the Egyptians.I think the instinct of people were to build out of stone after the floods destroyed all the old building tech such as mud brick.

  9. you can wrap a rope around a stick tie a rock to the end of the rope and send it over a cliff and start a fire or cut rock with the stick as it turns with torque.With a stone as hard or harder.Just my thoughts.That gravity could be used as spinning wheel.Rocks could be cut and hoisted at the same time with one drop of a twenty ton stone traveling down a slope. And on a smaller scale as a drill like a wool spinning wheel with gravity for extra cutting power

  10. I believe the pyramid was built by who we would call ataltians people who lived on the west coast of Africa.They were almost wiped out by the floods.Survivors built on to there works.The pyramid was a survival device.It was built up from the inside like a road going up a mountain.the large chambers were used as lever rooms for ropes and counter weights that ran down the center of the sides.They used gravity to move the stones.As well gravity was used in saw engines.If you look at the pyramid from a birds eye view it has eight sides…
    https://www.facebook.com/jphoudin?fref=profile_friend_list&hc_location=friends_tab

  11. Joe only started listening to your pod casts recently,due to been a stoner and only getting first smartphone 2yrs ago,but we got same intrests in Ailens,pyramids and ancient civilisations and technology's,did or are you going too Egypt with Dr.Schoch,reckon that would be a mind blower.??☘

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