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A barrage of tests proves that the marijuana possessed potent psychoactive properties and casts doubt on the theory that the ancients only grew the plant for hemp in order to make clothing, rope, and other objects. Lead author Ethan Russo told Discovery News that the marijuana "is quite similar" to what's grown today.(Source) In 2007, a 5,000-year-old piece of chewing gum, the oldest ever discovered, was found by a British archaeology student in Finland.He concluded that they belonged to a Roman-era witch or prostitute.“He did a good job of excavating, but he interpreted it totally wrong,” says Tom Higham, a 46-year-old archaeological scientist at the University of Oxford's Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit.
The show starts with a dramatic video that looks to be shot by an amateur with friends on a fishing trip.
Not a promising first step in figuring out if there’s accuracy behind what I’m watching.
Then I searched for the fishing charter accident driving the whole plot behind the show. In this day and age, and with the people shown in the introductory “video” being white adults speaking English, there’s no way this wouldn’t have been covered more extensively in the local, national and international news. After using the powers of the internet to search for the past 90 minutes, I’m decently convinced this show is for dramatic effect only and has no real scientific value. All Discovery Channel needs to do to thrill viewers is show real footage of the creatures up close, not drum up some ridiculous and currently unverifiable story to capture an audience.
The show continues on to follow marine biologist Collin Drake and his “team” as they search for the giant predator off the coast of South Africa.
I was pretty skeptical of any of the information being given. In 2008, nearly two pounds of still-green plant material were found in a 2,700-year-old grave in Mongolia's Gobi Desert.