Nobody died, nobody got hurt, period. That’s a fact.Read more
Did Dolly have braces in Moonraker (1979)?
Why aren't there any primary sources for characters of ancient history such as Plato and Herodotus?
Is it possible that the so-called 'Mandela Effect' is related to -- and can even explain -- the History Hoax?Read more
If ancient history is a hoax, then why hasn’t anybody exposed it before now? How could so many experts all be in on this gigantic fraud? What is the motivation behind lying about history?
In this livestream I answer all of these questions and more.Read more
In Italy he is known as il Sommo Poeta, or 'The Supreme Poet'.
His 'Divine Comedy' is considered by many to be the greatest poem of the Middle Ages.
But did Dante Aligheiri ever actually exist? TNG takes a close look at the available evidence...Read more
On Sunday, 21-Jul-2019, we will be recording MDC Season 2 Episode 8.
Our focus will be the History Hoax.Read more
Should you be allowed to serve iced coffee with plastic straws? And have you ever questioned the so-called ‘Renaissance’?Read more
Did an obscure novelist really predict the sinking of the Titanic in 1898, more than a decade before the 'real' event took place?
If some of the humans around us are like 'non-player characters', what kinds of 'Turing tests' can we apply to determine who is more than a mere robot?
The permaculture scene has many useful insights to share about healthy living and eating, but does it suffer from the same ego-tripping elements we see elsewhere in the ACT realm?Read more
Leonardo. Michaelangelo. Donatello. Raphael. Four cartoon heroes named after four fictional characters of ‘Renaissance’ history.
That’s right. The great artists of the ‘Renaissance’ are a HOAX because the ‘Renaissance’ is a HOAX because history is a HOAX. Period.
Want to know more? Read on…Read more
He was ranked #14 on BBC's poll of the 100 great Britons of all time, placing him ahead of Margaret Thatcher (#16) and even Sir Paul McCartney (#19).
He is one of only two Kings to have received the Epithet 'Great' (along with Cnut the Great, and I promise you, that is not a typo).
One of our several British correspondents here at johnlebon.com, daibpdaibp, put together this remarkable piece of research and exposition about Alfred the Great.Read more