Based on Things, Laird Niven’s method of using heavy machinery to rapidly excavate local excavation sites on “The Curse of Oak Island” is “anything but traditional.”
“Most archaeologists will work under much more precise conditions and will move the earth slowly to minimize the disturbance of any fossils that may be unearthed,” the page said. This write. “At this point, the earth has been moved and dug up by so many treasure hunters so far, it is thought that nothing is perfectly preserved or completely intact at this point.”
Viewers have also noticed Niven’s unorthodox techniques and noticed a lack of understanding on certain topics and expressed their frustrations on social media. “It was weird watching this show in the first place and since Laird Niven had to be on the show, I’ve seen them ask the clown what items and the clown never got a clue,” tweeted Jose Romero returned in November, not long after the ninth season of “The Curse of Oak Island” premiered. “Laird Niven from Oak Island is clearly looking for an Emmy nomination for best supporting Toby Flenderson in a documentary series,” added. @MarkAdamcin, a reference to Paul Lieberstein’s character in “The Office” and how he is often treated like a doormat by his colleague Dunder Mifflin.
The final episode of “The Curse of Oak Island” Season 9 will air on December 21.
https://www.looper.com/711421/the-curse-of-oak-island-is-terribly-unrealistic-according-to-science/ According to Science