Ken & Kevin are back for another week of high seas hijinks. They start off where they left you last week, with the vikings. This week though they talk about their architecture. In this case, it’s a bad ass round fort that you see above in Zealand Island off of Denmark. How odd is it to say Zealand without first saying New? How much more to their culture was there? Who gets to repeat all of the talking points from last week without realizing it? Why were the Serpent Mound in Peebles, OH brought up? What time were both of these built? Did the Serpent Mound have the same purpose as Trelleborg? How much digging have they done in Zealand? What kind of equipment are they using prior to digging? Which topic will continue this theme on next week’s show? Moving on from man made beauties to natural ones, Ken & Kevin start talking about the blue spewing Kawah Ijen volcanoes in Indonesia. What exactly is spewing out of these volcanoes? How hot is it? Would you want a volcano in your back yard? If you had one in your back yard, would you harvest material from it? Would you need a light at night if you did so? How many pounds do you think you would be able to carry? How large is it compared to Crater Lake in Oregon? What do the Blue Grotto on the island of Capri in Italy have in common with it? Volcanoes may be hot, but the sun is even hotter. What are coronal mass ejections? What will it do to our atmosphere? Will everyone freak out if they can’t use their cellphones all weekend? Is there any chance that we become like the cancelled TV show Revolution? As usual, Ken & Kevin end with the Sippy Time Beer of the Week. Has it been reviewed before? Has Ken had it before this occasion? Find out the answers to these bad ass questions when you click on the link below!