Society for Interdisciplinary Studies
CHRONOLOGY & CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP
1990, Number 2
Editorial 1 Society News 2 ARTICLES by David A. Slade 5 by Hugh Crosthwaite 7 by George R. Harvey 10 by David Rohl 14 by Alasdair Beal 20 FORUM 24 25 27 Horizons: History, proto-History and the Search for Synchronisms 22 28 28 31
- * Incredible Star Turn * Planet is Comet * Missing Neutrinos * Big Bangs, Little Whimpers * Chaotic Pluto * Water from Space? * Planet X/Nemesis? * The Outer Planets * Red Shift Renegades * Surface of Venus * Life from Space * C-T Impact Site? * Smallest Dinosaurs * Problem of Frozen Mammoths * African Eve * As fresh as 20Myrs ago! * Surprisingly Speedy Speciation * Pitfalls of Fossil Evidence * Sedimentary Problems * U-Th Dating Tool * Lost Mummy Found * Mexican Record of Supernova * Dendrochronology Difficulty Resolved * Dating Thera * Jericho Debate * Israel in Egyptian Relief? * Oldest Statues
34 REVIEWS: 38 39 40
- E. Cooley, R. M. Porter, B. Aaronson, D. Salkeld, C. L. Ellenberger, E. W. Crew, H. Friedrich, D. Shelley-Pearce, B. Liesching, J. Abery, B. Newgrosh, G. Heinsohn, J. D. Weir and M. G. Reade
41 Annual General Meeting 49
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