Natural Catastrophes in the 9th Century AD
|James T. Palmer and Trevor Palmer review evidence of catastrophes at the time of Charlemagne.|
|The Case for Retaining a Dark Age at the end of the Late Bronze Age||9|
|Phillip Clapham argues that if there were catastrophes, there must have been a Dark Age.|
|Genesis and The Origin of Species||10|
|David Salkeld goes back to the basics of Genesis, The Flood, Darwin and fossils and comes up with some intriguing observations.|
Recent Developments in Near Eastern Archaeology by R.M. Porter
|Did the Early Middle Ages Exist Only as a Sacred Cow?|
Heribert Illig debates with Trevor Palmer and Steve Mitchell.
|In Defence of the Saturn Theory|
Ev Cochrane responds to Peter James's critique.
|The 900-700BC Era: A Conundrum|
Michael G. Reade, Peter James and Bernard Newgrosh.
Monitor By Jill Abery
|Bookshelf by Jill Abery||50|
- The Tutankhamun Deception by Gerald O'Farrell - reviewed by Paul Standring
- The Atlantis Secret by Alan F. Alford - reviewed by Alasdair Beal
- Homer in The Baltic by Felice Vinci - reviewed by Emmet Sweeney
- The Extinction of the Mammoth by Charles Ginenthal - reviews by Jill Abery & J. B. Delair
- The Many Faces of Venus by Ev Cochrane - reviewed by Jill Abery
- Firmament and Chaos by John Ackerman - reviewed by Alasdair Beal
- Making Sense of Astronomy & Geology by Dirk Bontes - reviewed by David Salkeld
- Genes, Peoples and Languages by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza - reviewed by Phillip Clapham
- Sky Dragons and Celestial Serpents by Alistair McBeath - reviewed by Phillip Clapham
- Planet of the Greeks by Meres J. Weche - reviewed by David Roth
Meetings with Shulamit Kogan in Israel by John Crowe
|SIS Autumn Meeting 2001||56|
|2002 SIS AGM||56|
- Paul Standring, David Eccott, Bert Fiddelaers, John Ackerman, Derel Briarley, Steve Mitchell, Jill Abery, Michael Reade (2), Margaret Grant (3), Eric Crew, Eric Aitchison.
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