Joe Rogan | The Amazon is a Colossal Mystery w/Graham Hancock

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Flip Warbucks
Flip Warbucks - Hour ago
christopher - 4 hours ago
Hi ! Maybe these ancient people left after the contact with the Spanish explorer, rather than died off from disease ! GOD bless!
Dayshawn _
Dayshawn _ - 8 hours ago
He’s definitely illumananti
Xalgucennia - 15 hours ago
The phrase "squaring the circle" doesn't mean putting a square in a circle, that's easy to do, it's a mathematical puzzle to find a square that has exactly the same area as a circle.
Since PI is irrational it's impossible in any rational sense other than expressing the side of the square as a function of PI, which as it's irrational cannot be done exactly
the redeemer
the redeemer - 20 hours ago
pseudo scientist graham 'the amazon was basically a garden' hancock.
Philip Rudy
Philip Rudy - Day ago
For some reason I’m not 100% on board
Raymond Purse
Raymond Purse - Day ago
He's not talking to the right soil scientists - pop along to an Elaine Ingham talk and you will discover the very interesting fact that there is no soil on earth that lacks the nutrients to grow the hungriest of the biggest jungle massives. Its soil bacteria and micro-fungi that feed directly on the aggregates of the soil, not to mention the humus, that solubalise the nutrients present in those aggregates. Destroy the fungi by forest clearance and you break the nutrient cycling chain at its beginnings, the bacteria will better survive but both will further get taken out by the use of artificials used by toxic agriculture that will also oxidise the humus. The bacteria won't on there own support woody tree growth only the more sappy weedy species of plants. Explain this: before the supposed creation of terra prata how is it that these thin soils grew those millions upon millions of acres of rainforest? Nature does it all by Herself. The interesting possibility is that these 'primitives' knew of Elaine's work and so knew how to manage the ecology and so control the successional cycles maintaining old growth forest conditions. If you could hear my English accent would you be any more convinced of what is here said...?
moreice - Day ago
Everything comes from and can be discovered from the Amazon. Jeff Bezos understands this.
Danny - Day ago
Terapreta or however it's spelled sounds really interesting. Probably just Peruvian seabird guano or something of the like.
KushSYNdicate - 2 days ago
It’s called permaculture lol
Ben Young
Ben Young - 2 days ago
Mind. Blown.
NorthsideRasta Rogers
NorthsideRasta Rogers - 2 days ago
Cmon Joe & Graham we know why roads have been built thru these sites. They were not built by Europeans so modern Euro-Brazilians feel the sites are not important areas.
Gino Foogle
Gino Foogle - 2 days ago
Got an add for psychedelics before this vid.. hahaha
Dlavelle100 - 43 minutes ago
Gino Foogle I did too. Just knew it was Joe and DMT
rev&sons rc
rev&sons rc - 2 days ago
I've allways though they used dead fish and other animals in compost to make fertile land.
Mariusz Klimek
Mariusz Klimek - 2 days ago
What about the global shift scientists say occurred? Supposedly Antarctica wasn’t frozen and the Amazon wasn’t in its current location. They say that’s why so many cities are being uncovered not only by deforestation but also by using X-ray technology (Lidar) to see thru the dense jungle as they fly over it. But they use one plane not helicopters
Billy Badass
Billy Badass - 2 days ago
Graham Hancock is so much fun to listen to!
Scott Kasaboski
Scott Kasaboski - 2 days ago
Modern research has found a new has a giant gunt pink hair. Tattoos. And a cellphone...rotten teeth and a top knot....wears camouflage that resembles children's pyjamas
Mike B
Mike B - 2 days ago
The Amazon has the highest CO2 than anywhere else in the world.
Matthew Molina
Matthew Molina - 3 days ago
Readers (read, research) open your mind and your ass will follow. Hooray for Graham Hancock.
Stuart McCleary
Stuart McCleary - 3 days ago
Lets just sit here and realize two white guys after sitting here saying that they can't believe the findings on South America and how the history and knowledge is lost... the most genocidal race on the planet prolly had a part in this
manmachine30 - 3 days ago
Living in Bolivia in the 90's I was able to travel and things are really mysterious their jungles such as parque Carrasco.
eenDier - 3 days ago
Be Vegan
Inna Pinch
Inna Pinch - 3 days ago
I just checked, his book is on Audible, narrated by him. I just set a reminder for myself for when my next monthly credits roll in.
Manny Olivas
Manny Olivas - 3 days ago
bokashi soil
Rafael Zimmermann
Rafael Zimmermann - 3 days ago
So it's a bad idea to cut the trees 'cause the soil is unfertile. But 1000 years ago they could feet a 20 million people city with that soil. Think again. Not talkin' about the enviromental disaster it would br, just the logic.
Mike Green
Mike Green - 4 days ago
R4ZA - 4 days ago
Holy shit
slowcheet - 4 days ago
Star clusters = Vehicles of the Gods .. fallen angels, stone dragons, mountains, landmass....Mayan God carrying The God of the cross (1519)
Eloy Montoya
Eloy Montoya - 4 days ago
"tierra prieta" Spanish for black dirt
Mike - 4 days ago
I hate people that don't respect the ancient world. It's because of them that The Library of Alexandria was burned
Rain Stand
Rain Stand - 4 days ago
It’s going to be a goddamn oil polluted wasteland soon enough if those backward ass countries don’t pull their heads out their asses
Michelle Boyd
Michelle Boyd - 4 days ago
Everyone wants to go into the amazon until they see a giant snake 🐍.
Coolnicknameguy - 3 days ago
bugs.. the insects would be the worst part
Michelle Boyd
Michelle Boyd - 4 days ago
Mind blown. Wow mankind made soul 1000’s of years old?
Kevin Ostberg
Kevin Ostberg - 4 days ago
The ancient peoples were living throughout the entire planet.
Here are some links to a very good documentary about the ancient people of North America:
IMDB - The Lost Civilizations of North America -
Amazon - The Lost Civilizations of North America-
Victor Lugosi
Victor Lugosi - 4 days ago
As an ugly person with a British accent, that’s dated two model statues women, I can confirm the comments below... 😂😂🤷🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️
Gary Williams UK
Gary Williams UK - 4 days ago
Are there microbes in that soil
Bill Johnson
Bill Johnson - 4 days ago
How did Rogan not know what lidar is? In 2017 they found the Mayan megacitues with it I figured he’s into that stuff
Grizzly BƎAR
Grizzly BƎAR - 4 days ago
The Amazon Rainforest is an Experiment Gone Wrong.
Josh Chavez
Josh Chavez - 5 days ago
There is an ancient record of these cities & people. It's found in the Book of Mormon.
cosmogang - 5 days ago
Oh really? Hahahaha I sure hope you are kidding 😂 cuz that one just made me actually laugh out loud pffffft! Hahahahaha
Doble Helice
Doble Helice - 5 days ago
Bad news for Monsanto and the GMO shills who promise to feed the populations of the earth with their low quality, high priced and patented chemistry projects.
uly roth
uly roth - 5 days ago
Orange_Man Bad
Orange_Man Bad - 5 days ago
We wuz
Hisoka - 5 days ago
rafi aljero
rafi aljero - 5 days ago
Tone Pope
Tone Pope - 5 days ago
I love learning and the people who risk themselves and their life to inform. I hate that our scholars are segregated so a black is seen giving an "afrocentric" point of view. Imagine with him and say Dr. Valentine or Bobby Hemmit or take Dr. Ben. Our ancestors and children of the people they take about know they say it. This mixed with that we get to the real.
Jav Just Jav
Jav Just Jav - 5 days ago
My family are from south America,I would love to visit the Amazon but I know it's deadly in there
hoggath hogg
hoggath hogg - 5 days ago
this guy is going to explode with excitement! so passionate, hes really got something to say
victor - 5 days ago
Get out of amazon. No one will be there. The indigenous deserve to be there.
To say that the Amazon soil its is not the most fertile soil in the planet it is the most stupid idea I ever had contact with. If look just some kilometers under Amazon its the most productive agricultural land of the planet. Enormous kilometers of land basically emerged in superficial water. Amazon soil have the biggest aquifer in the world. How many years do you think the water was there. Weke up guys.
kloaken - 5 days ago
Joe rogan should interview david icke...just sayin
Jason Ingram
Jason Ingram - 6 days ago
😇 Excellent Interview Joe 😇
iera - 6 days ago
So the Spanish went there, gave them smallpox, left a year later and everybody was dead?! What the hell, its a good thing they didn't have their own version of smallpox that they gave to us or we would have gone to shit too
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