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

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  • Published on Apr 23, 2019
  • Taken from Joe Rogan Experience #1284 w/Graham Hancock:
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  • NismoFury
    NismoFury 5 hours ago

    No mystery. You can buy a lot of sh*t there. I hear you get 2 day shipping if you're a prime member. ...

  • Jordan Swezey
    Jordan Swezey 9 hours ago

    So fascinating

  • scotiansen
    scotiansen 18 hours ago

    Graham Hancock the pseudo-science guy.

  • scotiansen
    scotiansen 18 hours ago +1

    I bet the Congo is even less explored than the Amazon

  • FORDGTFANATIC
    FORDGTFANATIC Day ago

    They used their own pee and poo

  • Alexander Buzzo
    Alexander Buzzo Day ago

    Native americans were doing geometry before europeans, nice.

  • Stevo!
    Stevo! Day ago +1

    The revelation of the great truths, is almost upon us. I hope. Interesting guy.

  • OS Marshall
    OS Marshall Day ago

    Joe is soooo high it's hilarious..."wooooow!" Lol

  • Freedonia Official
    Freedonia Official 2 days ago

    Freedonia will replant the Amazon

  • Shannon Williams
    Shannon Williams 2 days ago +1

    The mystery...Earthworms.
    Cleopatra VII (69 - 30 B.C.) was one of the most famous female rulers in all of history, and the last pharaoh of ancient Egypt. She is also the first ruler to declare the worm sacred in ancient Egypt, to be honored and protected by all her subjects.
    Cleopatra is said to have made a royal decree that removal of earthworms from Egypt was punishable by death for fear of offending the god of fertility.
    The Father of Biology, Aristotle had said earthworms are the ‘soil’s entrails.’

  • ramesh anand
    ramesh anand 2 days ago

    They were all on DMT

  • Cheese Phuk
    Cheese Phuk 2 days ago

    Ya but has this guy tried DMT?

  • Ralph
    Ralph 2 days ago

    4:09 something I wish joe would do more often

  • Ralph
    Ralph 2 days ago

    SEND EDDIE TO THE AMAZON!

  • trs.trollmaster Sam Meade

    Wayhay he lives in bath!

  • ĐJ ĒNIGMÅ
    ĐJ ĒNIGMÅ 3 days ago

    *The Jellogan Experience*

  • Maniac Mutt 3
    Maniac Mutt 3 3 days ago

    Interesting af

  • Johnathan M
    Johnathan M 3 days ago

    What about chimps

  • The Alien
    The Alien 3 days ago

    They destroy everything 😡 try to breakdown and understand everything that was never meant for them or to understand. smh all to set claim on it or steal

  • Nicholas Reith
    Nicholas Reith 3 days ago

    Amazing

  • madzangels
    madzangels 3 days ago

    So after watching this guys, I'll be in the Amazon rainforest if you want to meet me there

  • Netherweed
    Netherweed 3 days ago

    Amazon is just a webshow

  • Ihaveausernametoo
    Ihaveausernametoo 3 days ago

    Afterlife destiny of the soul!?

  • Enzo Nico
    Enzo Nico 3 days ago

    As a Brazilian, I suggest you, foreign folks, to research about the Peabiru. An ancient intricate road that use to connect both Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean.

    • Enzo Nico
      Enzo Nico 3 days ago

      1:37 btw, this is why the vegan movement is getting so strong in Brazil...

  • Hr Awad
    Hr Awad 3 days ago

    The white Neil De Grasse Tyson 😂💡

  • *
    * 4 days ago

    The microbial was human sacrifice

  • Isaac Zapata
    Isaac Zapata 4 days ago +1

    I deeply wish they use this knowledge to reforest Amazon, so the deforested areas will be home for new life.

  • Kronos camron
    Kronos camron 4 days ago

    fuckin vegans they destroy the rain forests so you can have your fuckin soy milk.

  • Love Nurtures
    Love Nurtures 4 days ago

    Woooowwww!!!! I bet there are some strange things hiding over there...Not only that, now all those school text books are wrong!!! Everything they taught us was wrong!!! Now what do we do???!!!😲🔥📚

  • Greg V
    Greg V 4 days ago

    Far too many people are unwilling to push back against the ludicrous claims this guy who brands himself “The New Egyptologist” is making. Americans hear an English accent and immediately think the speaker is a genius. This guy believes in the Lost Society, cities that thrived during the Ice Age. He also believes there are pyramids on Mars. I see people all the time falling for crap on the internet for no reason other than it looks and sounds compelling.

  • cheese
    cheese 5 days ago

    this dude is so full of shit

  • Jon Samuels
    Jon Samuels 5 days ago

    Them folks always spreading freakin diseases 🤬🤬🤬🤬

  • Tortured Society Toprankina1

    We are aware... Yes there is a dogma in this society... Spread your lies the truth is already known and we never went anywhere
    Follow and like our Instagram @high_soci3ty_a1 thanks

  • Digitizeddragon
    Digitizeddragon 5 days ago

    So...maybe the amazon rain forest isn't as delicate as we thought and maybe hasn't been there as long as we thought.

  • Zain Akuji
    Zain Akuji 5 days ago

    Lidar. Like radar.

  • Eight Ball Talkin'
    Eight Ball Talkin' 5 days ago

    So if rain forest soils are poor, why does so much shit grow there? Now then if so much grows there, don't you suppose that you can eat a lot of that? Well sure you can. Truth is if you are lost in the rain forest and you know what you can eat, you will never be hungry. Sadly scientists seem to forget to get their fat arses out of the lab and into the field.

  • Jacob Storm
    Jacob Storm 5 days ago

    Honestly I believe the Amazon should be one place that remains untouched for the rest of time, just to keep that mystery

    • Andrew Miller
      Andrew Miller 18 hours ago

      Amazon is a man made ecological disaster in the first place. A beautiful one but still a man made disaster. The whole ecosystem forever changed by ancient commercial farming.

  • Gypsy Jiver
    Gypsy Jiver 5 days ago

    If the ice sheets were 1-2 miles thick over New York across the continent over the 40 latitude the Amazon would have had a much milder climate. It was a vastly different world 13k-15k years ago.

  • Kyrah S aka Kid Ounce
    Kyrah S aka Kid Ounce 5 days ago +1

    I love this man! Great work and research

  • Gust Blaze 1
    Gust Blaze 1 5 days ago

    Good vid Joe.

  • bebehas bebehas
    bebehas bebehas 5 days ago

    yet, Brazil is cutting down those forrests, and there is no international organization to stop them. IMHO, it's like when you have a flat and an air conditioner, and you are turning off the conditioning, and you die in that flat.

  • Fearless & Far
    Fearless & Far 6 days ago +1

    Time to buy a ticket to Brazil...

  • Diane
    Diane 6 days ago

    Bravo a thousand times over. Brilliant. Crucial.
    Was the soil innoculated by specially made fungi and a selected compost? Were they compost worm culture freak experts? As we Should Be. Bless every hair on hancocks body. May micro organisms worldwide guard and sleep him and his.... well every single night.

    • Diane
      Diane 6 days ago

      Soul soil****

    • Diane
      Diane 6 days ago

      Soil**

  • jesse aguirre
    jesse aguirre 6 days ago

    HMM I THOUGHT THAT OR A FEW DECADES RAIN AND WIND WOULD HAVE FLATTENNED AND COVERED THESE MOATS ,, HAPPENS IN MY GARDEN AFTER A MILD RAIN ,,, INTERESTING BUT I WILL CALL BULLSHIT ON THIS ,,,

  • gregory Brown
    gregory Brown 6 days ago +1

    Graham a more rational/less delusional Alex Jones. Caveat emptor. Why Joe why? DMT?

  • Nixon Rexzile
    Nixon Rexzile 6 days ago

    this clip is an example of how illuminati manipultae or lie

  • Connor The Star Wars fan

    Wait there was an underwater civilization?!?!?

  • grey headed420
    grey headed420 6 days ago

    imagine telling white people that black people was way more advanced 3500 years ago, i wonder if they will keep searching .

    • Stephen Erdley
      Stephen Erdley 5 days ago

      Blacks never did shit. Never built a boat, never conquered continents, never invented anything useful. They shit out 20 kids, and still can't find fresh water. Show me a black controlled area, and I'll show you a shithole. You're a fucking moron.

  • Jose. Santos
    Jose. Santos 6 days ago

    The new president of Brazil, Bolsonaro, has all the intentions in the world to exploit the amazon rainforest, so I guess once he starts destroying it, we'll find out what used to be there. In the process our own demise will only increase, as the Amazon rainforest is the lungs of this planet! Take it from a Brazilian. Most of us care about the Amazon, but our new right wing president doesn't.

  • EyeDee
    EyeDee 6 days ago +1

    What a cool guy.
    10 x more interesting than these MMA arse-wipes he gets on.

  • Teresa Whitley
    Teresa Whitley 6 days ago

    Sacred geometry

  • Inzo Beeh
    Inzo Beeh 6 days ago +7

    Those 816 dislikes are Europeans with diseases... It be like that.

  • Geronimo's Silva's
    Geronimo's Silva's 6 days ago

    Neil de Grasse said other Galaxy ......

  • Geronimo's Silva's
    Geronimo's Silva's 6 days ago

    They said we will explore Mars?

  • PARAPOLITICOS
    PARAPOLITICOS 6 days ago

    Graham Hancock is full of shit.

  • Sean Sav
    Sean Sav 7 days ago

    Amazon.com

  • Nostalgia For Infinity

    3:20 The fuck is he on about? Rainforest soils are poor? Then how the fuck do you get rainforests with giant 100 foot tall trees there in the first place?

  • Hannibal Barca
    Hannibal Barca 7 days ago

    Buuuut the environuts were saying since 1990 that the Amazon was about to disappear 🙄 yet here in 2019 the Amazon is still like 90% intact

  • Luke Johnson
    Luke Johnson 7 days ago

    This shit's mind blowing!

  • Kayro Perez
    Kayro Perez 7 days ago +1

    Civilization started in south America and Antarctica

  • Love Life
    Love Life 7 days ago +1

    Imagine if thousands of stone tablets are discovered with written information on them of the ancient worlds of old. There must be thousands of tablets. Hundreds more pyramids to be found or a thousand or thousands ! That is a vas area. Nice one

  • Love Life
    Love Life 7 days ago

    The scientific community is not willing to accept completely new things? They will destroy and cover things up.... What an amazing possibility with lydar. Hope new amazing things are revealed

  • d al
    d al 7 days ago

    Seems like the soil would be very rich as it has layers of compost from the trees, how did so much grow in poor soil?

  • oolas27
    oolas27 7 days ago +3

    And again, the European destroy a civilization

  • Jay Pearce
    Jay Pearce 7 days ago

    Any grave sites to prove the astonishing numbers of people?

    • Jay Pearce
      Jay Pearce 4 days ago

      zapp brannigan all of the dirt is acidic and wet? How much acidity is necessary to decompose bones?

    • zapp brannigan
      zapp brannigan 6 days ago

      bones dont last too long in acidic wet dirt

  • Airon Iversen
    Airon Iversen 7 days ago

    WOW!! This is AMAZING!!! 😯

  • Logic Shotz
    Logic Shotz 7 days ago

    So interesting

  • James
    James 7 days ago

    Woah woah. They thought the soils in the amazon were bad? How.

    • James
      James 7 days ago

      Also I think a point should be made that by changing the profile of the soil they introduced environments that welcomed microbes that were only found in trace amounts to take hold by giving them a suitsble place to live. (In and around the char) so it shouldnt be too surprising that the microbial makeup of the soil changed when agricultural practices did. It may have taken quite a long time for the changes to take effect but it seems to make sense.

    • James
      James 7 days ago

      +Justin McKinnon right but biochar binds nutrients so that they don't leach.

    • Justin McKinnon
      Justin McKinnon 7 days ago

      Because it rains so much in rainforests, minerals and nutrients leach out of the soil

    • James
      James 7 days ago

      Oh nvm glad he talked about terra preta

  • Jum Hed
    Jum Hed 7 days ago +2

    Spain conquered them with 12 conquistadors. And smallpox, aka germ warfare.

    • zapp brannigan
      zapp brannigan 6 days ago +1

      muslims are conquering europeans by just displacing them lol

  • YesitisSeth
    YesitisSeth 7 days ago

    When did Geoffrey Rush become an archaeologist?

  • REDWOLF 100
    REDWOLF 100 7 days ago

    They're gonna unearth something they'll regret

  • Shane Bower
    Shane Bower 7 days ago +5

    I don't think it was smallpox. I think that someone made a philosopher's stone out of those twenty million people. The geometry fits...

  • Lord Quas
    Lord Quas 7 days ago

    It makes sense that the civs in the rainforest got wiped by smallpox and it didn't quite reach the Inca empire in the mountains

  • Kaleem
    Kaleem 7 days ago

    This man has a heart problem. The breathless shakiness is a HUGE symptom of not enough oxygenated blood leaving the heart. I'd guess he has autonomic dysfunction or plaque in his arteries.

    • Benjamin Denney
      Benjamin Denney 2 days ago

      Kaleem you can diagnose someone with a heart condition, but don’t know the difference in a sign and a symptom? Weird.

  • HoldtheMayo
    HoldtheMayo 7 days ago

    Real life Nigel Thornberry

  • Myles G
    Myles G 7 days ago +2

    This guy is one of my favorite guests you have had on

  • Schy Music
    Schy Music 7 days ago

    I think there should be some people to have this as their mission to go and find the most fabulous videos on youtube and dislike them

  • George Chung
    George Chung 7 days ago +1

    Hey Joe, LIDAR is how these new self-driving cars can "see". Waymo (a Google company) sued Uber for stealing its LIDAR technology.

  • nmb Memphis beast24
    nmb Memphis beast24 7 days ago

    They didn't invent soil they killed the dirt the soil so we all can't grow

  • fred uncle
    fred uncle 7 days ago

    this podcast is so much better when Joe stfu a bit, and is not drunk and stoned. *steven crowder sends his regards*

  • Tay Jehan
    Tay Jehan 7 days ago

    King Kong lives there

  • Nick Thomas
    Nick Thomas 7 days ago +2

    That just shows how an advanced economy can be wipe out, who’s not to say we are next

  • Nick Thomas
    Nick Thomas 7 days ago +1

    So is that man made soil the reason the Amazon is so dense?

    • kyle alexander
      kyle alexander 6 days ago

      Yeah, basically that's what he's saying..they selectively planted certain trees/crops

  • Huaus J’Ilczy
    Huaus J’Ilczy 7 days ago

    ALL OF HOSTISRY WAS MADE BY ALIENS, HUMANS HOT SO SMART

  • Jason Mulligan
    Jason Mulligan 7 days ago

    If I've learned anything from South Park it's to not go near the rainforests.

  • Daniel Gutierrez
    Daniel Gutierrez 8 days ago

    What if Stonehenge was ancient mans tribute to the super beings?

  • Robert Vaughn
    Robert Vaughn 8 days ago +5

    LIDAR is what a Liger uses to tell if another Liger is gay...

  • noah herbert
    noah herbert 8 days ago

    The only country worth going to war with right now is Brazil, to try and stop them from cutting down the rainforest. We can obviously try and negotiate first, but they need to be stopped

  • Furrowed Brow
    Furrowed Brow 8 days ago

    You should see some of the things I have found on Google Earth.
    How about a section of pipe that is 58 miles long and 10 miles in diameter.
    You can see the individual sections that make up the pipe.
    There are connecting features that lock the sections of pipe together.
    These features are 1/4 of a mile across and resemple the block, space, block, space top of a castle wall.
    Modern humans have never built anything even close to the size of this thing.

  • Animal Robot
    Animal Robot 8 days ago

    i fkn love that Joe just lets people talk. gets right into it. great stuff.
    all them late night shows are all about the host. fuck that.

  • Isaac Diaz
    Isaac Diaz 8 days ago

    The amazonian people must of used their own feces to enrich the soil I bet they had a bunch of great probiotics in their feces because of their diet something we don't see in our feces because of all the synthetically processed foods today

  • Brio Brio
    Brio Brio 8 days ago +2

    My guess is that these squares are giant gardens filled with rich nutrient man made soil and are placed north ,east,west, south so that the sun would always hit the crops ...

  • x D3G3N3R8 NATION x
    x D3G3N3R8 NATION x 8 days ago +1

    Hang about...got this on pause...just tell me: Does he go on about his grandad at the pyramids, his bloody wife or say " we are a species with amnesia "?

  • -IOI-
    -IOI- 8 days ago

    Do you know we are about to attempt with devices such as HAARP (And ‘cloud seeding’ metallic particulates into upper atmosphere) what the ancients failed to do with vastly superior machines such as the Great Pyramids of Giza . And that was to save civilisation from catastrophic conditions in the earths atmosphere and on its surface. Well, not us, but our grandchildren or great grandchildren are in for some shit days. So I gather....

  • Darkus Hydranoid
    Darkus Hydranoid 8 days ago

    12:36 Maybe they're North, East, South and West markers for ghosts when we die. :P

  • Jungle Ninja
    Jungle Ninja 8 days ago

    Dudes calls the rain Forrest man made because tribes and black civilizations grafted and replanted tress already fruiting there ?

    • Jungle Ninja
      Jungle Ninja 8 days ago

      Same dude will deny a carrot and broccoli are man made when they arnt in the wild ... Man bred like dogs

  • money trees30
    money trees30 8 days ago

    Spaniards smh

  • Mike Walker
    Mike Walker 8 days ago

    I hope in Grahams lifetime some recorded language will be found in South america. He has invested so much its only fair.

  • Harry Angus
    Harry Angus 8 days ago

    What is his book called?

  • Wing Zero
    Wing Zero 8 days ago +1

    So the advanced white man the Spanish mass murder the people of the Amazon Who know what a shocking news

    • timffoster
      timffoster 6 days ago

      A person does not "mass murder" just by walking around, even if he is spreading a disease no one has ever heard of.
      Whoever told you otherwise is demented.