Out of Place Objects

1h 8m ·

Out of Place Objects

On this episode of Expanded Perspectives, the guys start the show off by talking about how Kyle is about to start traditional barebow 3D archery, some disc golf news, and why you shouldn't be afraid to try something new!  Then, a retired police officer in Memphis, Tennessee has a bizarre run-in with a lizard-like creature while out driving one evening. Next, a family get-together near Monahans, Texas is interrupted by some extra-terrestrials! Next,

After the break Cam and Kyle discuss some strange out of place objects that have been discovered. It can be hard to resist the allure of a mysterious object found in a context that doesn’t seem to make rational sense, suggesting that it’s proof of time travelers, lost civilizations, or alien visitors. You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist or a cryptozoologist to marvel at a bizarre computer-like device that dates back to Ancient Greece, or a 2,000-year-old battery found outside Baghdad in the 1930s. So-called “Out of Place Artifacts,” also known as OOPArts, are often said to “baffle scientists,” and conspiracy theorists suggest that scientific efforts to identify their origin and purpose willfully ignore potentially controversial explanations outside the mainstream. After all, it’s true enough that science is constantly evolving, and we still don’t have the answers to many of life’s mysteries.

All of this and more on this installment of Expanded Perspectives!


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  • Roober54

    Is that a prop 😂


    I find these weekly podcasts to be super inspirational, they seem to always motivate me to look at my purpose. Matt not only brings in his personal life experiences but he delivers them in such a way that they are relatable.

    8 months ago·3 likes·

    Just amazing!

    8 months ago·10 likes·
  • Markus

    So inspiring and motivational ! Great podcast ⭐️


    Albert Einstein said, 'If you can't explain it simply enough, you haven't understood it well enough'.Dr Andrew brings such simplicity to explaining the workings of the brain. It's actually a hacker's guide into our own brain. You are doing great service to humanity Dr Andrew.

    8 months ago·6 likes·

    So inspiring and motivational ! Great podcast ⭐️

    8 months ago·5 likes·
  • Mario

    Andrew, you're the man! Nobody else provides this content to the extent you do. Thank you!


    the intro is way to long but good episode still skip till 5:30

    8 months ago·8 likes·

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