Is it Real examines Ancient Civilizations had contact with aliens from other worlds. It looks at the Nazca Lines, the Baghdad Battery, and other archaeological evidence.

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Episode credited cast:
David Stezaker ...
Alien
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Cave Woman
Jason Eschelman ...
Himself - DNA Researcher
Ken Feder ...
Himself - Professor of Anthropology, CCSU
Kim Goldsmith ...
Herself - Archaeologist
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Himself - Narrator
William Henry ...
Himself - Ancient Astronaut Believer
Joe Nickell ...
Himself - Paranormal Researcher
Lloyd Pye ...
Himself - Lead Researcher, Starchild Project
Nancy Reed ...
Herself - Professor of Ancient Technology (as Prof. Nancy Reed)
Bill Rodriguez ...
Himself - Forensic Anthropologist
Carolyn Schneider ...
Herself - Publicist
Ted Strain ...
Himself - Travel Videographer / Cryptoarcheologist
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Himself - Director of Research, LegendaryTimes.com
Dionicio Virvez ...
Native American
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Is it Real examines Ancient Civilizations had contact with aliens from other worlds. It looks at the Nazca Lines, the Baghdad Battery, and other archaeological evidence.

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27 November 2006 (USA)  »

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A plain horrible experience for anyone with a working brain
20 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

I make this short as I can sum it up very easily:

I quote: "The evidence that aliens colonized us, interbred with us and shared all their knowledge can seem overwhelming."

Wh...at ...evidence ...exactly? When someone says "evidence" I humbly expect them to go about their business scientifically. But apparently some think it's enough to mention the word "evidence" for what ever they want, to be suddenly be true.

No. In this show there is no evidence, no reasonable approach to this idea, no nothing. All we get are wild speculations from people with no higher education and no form of scientific thinking. The speculations are along the lines of preschool child level of reasoning, exemplified here: There is light in my aquarium every morning at a certain point. Light, in the aquarium, in the morning = That's "evidence" that the sun is inside my aquarium!

That the light is turned on by a timer every morning never occurs to me, the... space-alien-wannabe-scientist-super-dork.

To imagine that this has been shown on National Geographic... How low have we come? Give us the apocalypse now please, space aliens!!


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