Society for Interdisciplinary Studies
CHRONOLOGY & CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP
2003, Number 1
Society News 1 Letters 2 Article The Celestial Tower by Emmet Sweeney 3 Monitor 6 Obituary: Marcello Truzzi 9 News from the Internet The Cosmonaut Cover-up 10 Gustave Albin Whitehead 10 Gustave Whitehead's Flying Machine 10 Revealing the True Colors of NASA 11 The Megalith Map 12 Book: Pacal's Portal to Paradise At Palenque by Graeme Kearsley 13 Book: Genesis Unveiled by Ian Lawton 13 Gods and Planets by Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs 13
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