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In the name of liberty and freedom, the video podcast is on our new partner platform! Please join us here: https://www.howtube.com/channels/RandallCarlson Click "SHOW MORE" just below for LINKS, notes, ways to donate & info/hints about each podcast. After many episodes defining the details of the Pleistocene/Holocene Transition events - aka Younger…
 
The impounded lake region of northwestern Montana, where the meltwater filled the Flathead Basin and drained out the Clark Fork River Valley, has valley trains on the south side that reveal evidence for water flowing into the Valley - not out... Kosmographia Ep074 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy …
 
Please join us here: https://www.howtube.com/channels/RandallCarlson & see below for LINKS, notes, ways to donate & info/hints about each podcast. Randall admits to heeding Mike’s advice and thinking bigger – to encompass activity throughout the solar system, and likely we’re going to have broaden our perspective to the galactic level to understand…
 
Randall gets going by referring back to recent climatic fluctuations including the Medieval Warm Period, noting the connection to the Grail Mythos of recovering from the Wasteland, and the Little Ice Age that generated considerable European glaciers’ advancement – to their largest extent since the sudden end of the Great Ice Age. Then turning to th…
 
Randall continues poking holes in the too easily accepted, dated “Ice Dam” model that credits “Lake Missoula” as the primary water source that carved the Channeled Scablands of Washington State. Studies of the phenomenon of glacial outburst floods over the past century reveal nothing that would support the notion that a 600cubic-mile, 2100 feet-dee…
 
Questions continue to be raised about the “Ice Dam” that withheld “Lake Missoula” and their role in the catastrophic Ice Age Megafloods that ravaged the Pacific Northwest around 13,000 years ago. Going “Back to Bretz” to consider again the likelihood that the floods were augmented greatly by sudden rushes of meltwater from the Cordilleran Ice Sheet…
 
With funny stories and banter throughout, Randall and the K-crew are invigorated after their spring-time travels! We look back at the awesome landscapes of the two tours and agree that the sheer immensity of the flooding events is beyond our abilities to comprehend. Revisiting impressive sites like Steptoe Butte that overlooks the rolling Palouse H…
 
In the name of liberty and freedom, we are moving this podcast to our new partner platform! Please join us here: https://www.howtube.com/channels/RandallCarlson Randall continues to poke holes in the conventional view of the Clark Fork Valley Ice Dam and its impounded “Lake Missoula,” exposing evidence throughout the basins that indicate they were …
 
In this extended episode, we start off considering the movement and subglacial features of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet’s Puget Lobe, with its extensive tunnel valley systems and drumlins, and search for its obscure moraine. Arguments for catastrophic and gradual formation are discussed, as we head east into the flood-scoured basalt plateau and then a…
 
LIVE mega-swapcast with the leaders of the “Contact at the Cataract” version of Grimerica’s Contact at the Cabin events. We offer some feedback and reviews of our May tour across Washington’s Channeled Scablands, including many photos, drone overflight videos, and RC scanning around goggle maps for orienting to all the broad territory that we cover…
 
Please join us here to create a FREE account NOW: https://www.howtube.com/channels/RandallCarlson Kyle and Russ update on their springtime vineyard duties as RC recalls the countdown to summer. Then he quickly gets back into the questions that still remain about the “merging megaflood” depositions at Tammany Bar, along the Snake River at Lewiston, …
 
During a summary review of the recent Sacred Geometry workshop in Sedona, Arizona, Randall gets charged and keeps on rolling into some of the hidden meanings and wonders of the esoteric studies. Why Sacred? What does it all mean? Is there an Archetypal Realm? Understanding that Geometry at its core means “measure of the Earth”, we get into the many…
 
More features and forms along the Snake River, on the Bonneville Flood’s catastrophic pathway across southern Idaho, north thru Hell’s Canyon to the Clearwater River confluence, where the modern towns of Clarkston and Lewiston are divided. Malad Gorge, Swan Falls boulder bar, Bruneau River Canyon and dunes, the Snake River Canyon around Twin Falls …
 
Randall lists many of the sites he’s shown and Brad rattles off several more that we’ve skipped, noting that we’ve just “scratched the surface” of revealing the ubiquitous megaflood features across North America. So we jump over a few more to be covered later and zone in on the western “Basin and Range” province that held numerous interconnected la…
 
We make multiple stops around the Southern Appalachians before heading to the desert southwest, en route to an extended look at the Bonneville Flood over the next few episodes, on our way to the Channeled Scablands of eastern Washington State. Cumberland Falls in Kentucky, Noccalula Falls Cataract and channel at the foot of Lookout Mountain in Gads…
 
RC reviews quotes by the geologists studying the Megaflood features throughout the Appalachians who struggle to grasp the scale of events and forces responsible for the ubiquitous relict features that are found. While noting the evolution of their conceptual framework, he pulls back and overviews the history of the birthing of the academic discipli…
 
Kosmographia Ep059 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Ben from UnchartedX, George of the Cosmic Tusk, Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, and GeocosmicREX admin Bradley, from 1/11/21. We get an accelerated review from the leader of the sole tour group that was visiting the awe-inspiring temples and ruins along Egypt’s Nile River Valley late last…
 
Welcome to a new year! RC goes through a series of papers, starting in 1960, outlining the progression of thinking about the cause of massive and numerous blockfields and sediment fans throughout the southern Appalachian Mountains, from the gradualist perspective of “periglacial” effects to a more catastrophic view of extraordinary, intense, and pr…
 
The first half of the show veers in an esoteric direction after seriousness turns into levity, when a trail is picked up that takes us into symbolism and ciphers, the Tarot and Temperance, Kabbala and the Hebrew alphabet, cycles of destruction and Freemasonry. After that whirlwind of mind-twisters, RC articulates a brief review to get us reoriented…
 
Our first “swap-cast” with the guys who brought it all together! We recall how the relationships and events initiated back in 2014, and reminisce about the great people that have gotten involved to grow this community of historical curiosity. The Contact at the Cabin tours in southwestern Colorado are reviewed, and future plans are previewed: a “Gr…
 
RC wants to show people that this evidence is everywhere around them, as we converge once again on Central New York State and the Finger Lakes / Lake Ontario region to explore the many glacio-fluvial features, many possibly the result of another proposed impact that created the Rochester Basin. With extensive use of the USGS National Map browser, R…
 
After covering recent fireball and dinosaur news, we get reoriented with the Finger Lakes (New York) region’s topography and erosion features, while relating the views of early natural philosopher James Hall – who recognized geomorphology that must have resulted from regional floods, and more recent geologists Wright and Shaw – who proposed that so…
 
Brad expresses his gratefulness for rock ‘n roll, leading to stories of first concerts and festival devolution, and another review by RC of his experience of scale invariance over the Minnesota River within the Ice Age River Warren channel. We then get back into the formation of drumlins and the problem of scale, while revealing massive swarms in a…
 
We head back to Meteor Crater and dig into the definitive 1997 paper by David Kring on the effects of the blast wave from the central Arizona impact 50,000 years ago. Much was learned from the detonations of nuclear weapons during the 1950’s, with numerous craters blasted out in the Yucca Flats of Nevada. The estimates for a similar event every 160…
 
Reviewing our trip into northeastern Arizona and southeastern Utah, as RC shares his images and scrolls around maps. We visited Sedona, Meteor Crater, Rock Art Ranch, Monument Valley, the Great Goosenecks, Mexican Hat, Valley of the Gods, Montezuma’s “Castle”, Montezuma’s Well, and Tuzigoot. Ideal weather and an awesome group of people made for a m…
 
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