The Guardian thinks Graham Hancock is too dangerous to be allowed on NetFlix, but they want Yuval Harari to teach your kids about history. The same Yuval Harari who believes that "drugs and video games" are the answer to what to do with all of the useless people created by AI (paraphrasing).
This is how they react if you challenge the status quo in the field of archaeology. Imagine the size of the brick you'd shit if you accidentally discovered a free energy device.
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