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Apocalyptic Adam and Eve theory on Joe Rogan podcast leaves people shocked

Poppy Bilderbeck

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Apocalyptic Adam and Eve theory on Joe Rogan podcast leaves people shocked

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Social media users have been left bamboozled over an Adam and Eve conspiracy theory they heard about on Joe Rogan's podcast.

The Joe Rogan Experience being controversial? That may not be a shock, but just wait until you hear this climate change conspiracy theory which predicts a 'cataclysmic' disaster.

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YouTuber Jimmy Corsetti sat down with Rogan to explain a climate crisis theory based on Chan Thomas' book The Adam and Eve Story: The History of Cataclysms.

The podcast in question (18 January) sees Corsetti begin his explanation by stating: "This is science."

He continues: "The theory on that is that it happens in cycles of 6,500 years and that it’s a 90-degree flip, but six days later, around the seventh day, it corrects itself.

"Because of [the flip] the Earth essentially does a standstill, the sun will be direct - will basically stay in the same spot, causing heating like we’ve never experienced and that the wind and the waters continue with their momentum because essentially the wind travels at approximately 1,000mph at the Equator.

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Prepare for your mind to be boggled. Credit: The Joe Rogan Experience
Prepare for your mind to be boggled. Credit: The Joe Rogan Experience

"So the theory is that when that event happens it’s going to be cataclysmic.

"In that document it says a continental tsunami two miles high. I just think it would make a lot of sense."

And the theory has sent people spiralling.

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Flooding to social media, listeners of Rogan's podcast have been quick to comment on the 'crazy' theory, many left in utter stitches over it.

One TikTok user said: "This man put two and two together and got 4,376,241."

"Happens every 6,500 years but we're 200,000 years overdue," a YouTube user commented.

Another added: "Joe Rogan is becoming like the History channel gets at night."

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"If somebody starts an argument with 'This is science', I know he's full of it," a fourth wrote.

And a final resolved: "I've never seen so much bs spoken in only one minute. This guy deserves a prize."

I would say 'debatable' but the theory is actually just simply wrong according to a NASA researcher. Credit: The Joe Rogan Experience
I would say 'debatable' but the theory is actually just simply wrong according to a NASA researcher. Credit: The Joe Rogan Experience

Just in case you're still worried the planet is about to spontaneously flip 90 degrees, NASA research scientist Martin Mlynczak told the Verge: "That is total bogus. If that’s what happened every 6,500 years, we would certainly see it; it would be in all the records. The amount of energy to bring that about is tremendous. And you know, there’s nothing to initiate it

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"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. And there’s no proof and no science and no physics behind any of the claims about the magnetic field change being associated with climate change

"It’s just unfortunate that these things are being put out there."

Topics: Celebrity, Joe Rogan, Social Media, TikTok, Twitter

Poppy Bilderbeck
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