Who Is Graham Hancock? Is He Seeking Truth Via Ancient Historical Clues, Travel, Exploring Other Cultures, Consciousness, Religions, Beliefs, Stories, Theory Of Human Evolution, Ayahuasca, Archeology, And Mysteries Of The Past, Or Is He Promoting Racism? | A Green Road Journal

Part of the definition of science is the seeking of truth. But to seek truth, a person often has to step out of the ‘box’ of the status quo, the accepted, the norm, and the ‘established’ science, accepted dogma, settled beliefs, or a body of knowledge. People who think differently or outside of the box are often feared, hated, or attacked. People who are different in skin color, religion, culture, beliefs or history are often feared, hated or attacked.

Graham Hancock says he is a journalist, who is reporting on the work of other experts, such as geologists, archaeologists, etc. A journalist is ideally completely impartial and reports on only the facts, while also presenting both sides equally. How does Graham fit this model of an ideal journalist who is totally impartial, non judgmental, unbiased, and only offering the opinions of others in a contrasting way?

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