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Robert M. Schoch

Special Guest

Biography:

Robert Schoch has a Ph.D. in Geology and Geophysics from Yale and has been working in Egypt focusing on the Great Sphinx and Great Pyramid, since 1990. He is a tenured full-time faculty member at the College of General Studies of Boston University where he has taught a variety of science courses since 1984. Based on his geological studies, Robert has determined that the Sphinx's origins go back to pre-dynastic times, thousands of years older than previously thought. In recent years, Dr. Schoch has expanded his research to encompass pyramids and associated structures around the world.

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Past Shows:

Mysterious Ancient Sites

Independent researcher and leader of tours to locations of ancient mysteries and civilizations, Gary Evans, discussed the evidence at such sites for unusual properties, such as transformative acoustical effects, and stargates. Joining the conversation in the third hour, Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D. shared updates on pyramids, geomagnetic effects, and his latest travels in Indonesia. First hour... More »

Host: George Noory

Fracking/ Solar Outbursts & Ancient World

In the first half, Peak Oil educator and fossil fuel critic, Richard Heinberg, discussed the problematic aspects of fracking as an energy resource. In the latter half, Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D discussed how coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the Sun unleashed discharges upon Earth which triggered massive earth and climate changes, and decimated civilizations which predated Egypt. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Ancient Cataclysms

During the middle two hours, geologist and author Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D. discussed how coronal mass ejections from the sun unleashed discharges upon Earth which destroyed ancient advanced cultures. In the first hour, Daniel Oldis talked about his research into lucid dreaming, and his recent work documenting inter-dream communication, where two individuals can send a message from one dreamer... More »

Host: George Noory

Ancient Sites & Solar Changes

Geologist and author Robert M. Schoch has been instrumental in bringing attention to the interrelationships between geological and astronomical phenomena, catastrophes, and the early history of civilization. He shared his contention that certain ancient civilizations are much older than typically thought, and were likely brought down by cataclysmic solar and earth changes First hour guest,... More »

Host: George Noory

Psi Research

Prof. Robert M. Schoch discussed his latest work studying parapsychology and the paranormal. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Pyramid Roundtable

Michel Barsoum, Christopher Dunn, Margaret Morris, and Robert Schoch discussed the function and construction of the pyramids, and addressed the topic of whether the stones were cut or poured. ... More »

Host: George Noory

Ancient Wonders

Robert Schoch, a professor at Boston University, discussed his research on the Great Sphinx in Egypt as well as pyramid structures around the world. ... More »

Host: Barbara Simpson
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