Mmm,I take it the guy doesnt like
Ancient eh,ducks...You know what,I think we all know at some level that this is all pure entertainment and nothing more.I dont take it seriously and never have.(psst,is that Dee coming? Tiptoes out..
( here Dee,read this,this guy is right on the money.
While the main point of the episode is that aliens exterminated dinosaurs to make way for our species—a sci-fi scenario accompanied by some hilarious, mashed-together footage of dinosaurs fleeing from strafing alien craft, perhaps a preview of Dinosaurs vs. Aliens
the movie—the various ancient alien experts do little more than assert that such an event must have happened. Surprise, surprise, they provide no actual evidence for their claims. Instead, they borrow evidence for fundamentalist Christians, who are never actually identified as such. Creationist Michael Cremo
is identified only as the author of Forbidden Archeology
, and Willie E. Dye
is credited as a biblical archaeologist without any mention of his young earth creationist views. Ancient Aliens
producers clearly did not care about the credentials or expertise of the talking heads they employed—just so long as someone said the right things in front of the camera.)