Society for Interdisciplinary Studies
CHRONOLOGY & CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP
1990, Number 1
SOCIETY NEWS 1 ARTICLES by R. M. Porter 4 by Robert B. Driscoll 10 by Steven Robinson 11 FORUM 8 A. Gunnar Heinsohn
B. Brad Aaronson
C. Emmet Sweeney
Horizons: History, proto-History and the Search for Synchronisms 22
- * C-T impact site? * Neptune's surprises * the variable Sun * demise of Big Bang? * earthquake cycles? * stable Solar System? * variations in G? * no greenhouse effect? * Tertiary climate change * earthquake electrics * solar activity and ice ages * geomagnetic field * Amazon mystery * mastodon extinction theory * modern mass dyings * wonderful life * prehistoric environmental degradation * climatic catastrophes * Flood catastrophe? * fire as geological process * meteor events * Solomon-Ramesside link? * earliest statue * Nimrud's treasures * story of Jericho confirmed * chronology speculations * support for TIP revision * watch the birdie * Indo-European origins? * the art of deception * comet fertiliser * glacier transport * Mithraic mysteries * eureka for morphic resonance
23 REVIEWS: 28 32 33 34
- from B. Aaronson, H. Friedrich, R. M. Langdon, M. G. Reade, J. Hare, G. Heinsohn, B. Newgrosh, J. Abery, J. D. Weir, M. Rowland, D. Roth, and C. L. Ellenberger
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