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The Micah Hanks Program is a weekly podcast that covers science, space exploration, UFOs and SETI, archaeology, A.I. and the mysteries of our universe. The show features commentary and interviews with guests that include authors, researchers, and science educators from a variety of different fields, and takes a critically minded approach to the study of our universe. For more information about Micah Hanks, you can visit his website here. 


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Dec 30, 2015

In our 2015 year end review, we examine discoveries from the last twelve months that involve everything from Stonehenge, to the possible discovery of new branches of our ancient human family.

This post, TGR 12.28.15. The Gralien Report 2015 Year in Review, first appeared at The Gralien...

Dec 22, 2015

As the Winter Solstice arrives, we celebrate the day's shortest year, along with a discussion of espionage and paranoia with author Nick Redfern on the Men in Black.

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Dec 15, 2015

On this episode, we examine recent claims that director Stanley Kubrick helped fake the Apollo moon landing, as well as the disappearance of Kenny Veach, an experienced hiker who went missing in the Sheep Mountains near Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada in late 2014.

This post, TGR 12.15.15. The Moon Landing & “M”...

Dec 9, 2015

This week's edition of The Gralien Report examines myths of strange people in the ancient world, as well as legends of cannibalism which may - or may not - be myths as well.

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Dec 2, 2015

This week's podcast features discussion about an alleged "miracle" being investigated by members of the Catholic Church in Utah. Then Gary Holloway joins us to discuss drones and the future of researching the mysterious.

This post, TGR 11.30.15. Could Drones Solve a Texas Mystery?, first appeared at The Gralien...