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... , Oxbow books, Oxford 1998. Chapter 7 (pp. 29-43) is Mediterranean Chronology in Crisis' by P James, N Kokkinos and I Thorpe. It ranges slightly more widely than the title of the volume and is divided into the following sections: an introduction, Cypro-Phoenician Horizon, Egyptian Third Intermediate Period, Central Mediterranean Chronology, Radiocarbon Dating of the Aegean, Dendrochronological Prospects and Conclusion. Some of the material reiterates that already published in Centuries, some new points are made, and there are some replies to critics. One item from the introductory section is the find of a Greek Late Proto-Geometric krater in a sealed archaeological context from Tel Hadar in Israel. The Israeli ...
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... the mammoth - the caribou possess both hair erector muscles and sebaceous glands.(45) The mammoth's alleged adaptation to cold is a misconceived conclusion, unsupported by the facts. 40,000+ YEARS OLD? Although White did not comment on my remarks concerning the age of frozen mammoths, this subject is important enough for renewed discussion. Radiocarbon ages for mammoth remains range from about 2,600 years to over 40,000 years. The youngest remains have been bone fragments from Mexico and Bavaria. Siberian and Alaskan remains, which include soft tissue, tend to be dated much older. From the standpoint of a climatic cataclysm, this is not as serious as it may ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 68  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0704/062forum.htm
... the high (i .e . early) date for the eruption. Bietak's review is in Bibliotheca Orientalis 61 (2004, cols. 199-222), a moderately well known Dutch journal. On the problem of differing carbon and historical dates, Bietak concludes, at the present stage of research, it seems wise not to mix historical with radiocarbon chronology, but to use them in opposition to each other until such time as the phenomenon of divergence can be better understood' (col. 218). Table 1. Tell ed-Daba, Thera and MB with Bietak's dates Rulers Daba Strata Strata start dates Thera eruption Levant MB Hyksos E/2 1650 Manning E/1 D/ ...
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... " OF THE STABILITY OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM BASS, ROBERT W.: CAN WORLDS COLLIDE? BASS, ROBERT W.: THE JUPITER EFFECT: The Planets as Triggers of Devastating Earthquakes by John Gribbin and Stephen Plagemann Bauer, Henry H.: The Velikovsky Affair Beal, Alasdair N.: A Bit Creaky? - Tree Rings, Radiocarbon and Ancient History Beal, Alasdair N.: Einstein and Relativity Beal, Alasdair: How Old is Greenland's Ice Cap? Beal, Alasdair: Lies, Damned Lies and .. .. Beal, Alasdair: Relativity Corner Beggs, Allan: Exploring The Saturn Myth Beggs, Allan: Fomenko is right! Bethell, Tom: DARWIN'S ...
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55. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... suggested raising the former by up to 200 years. To do so he was prepared to abandon the key Sothic date of 1872 BC for Sesostris III, and reintroduce extra "Dark Ages" into early Hittite and Assyrian history. Antiquity has since published a double rejoinder to Mellaart sharply criticising both his methodology and his conclusions. For all his radiocarbon dates for the Palestinian Early Bronze Age, Mellaart had relied on an article by JOSEPH CALLAWAY and JAMES WEINSTEIN [1 ]. The latter, visiting assistant professor of Near Eastern Archaeology at Cornell University, has published a response in the March 1980 issue of Antiquity (pp. 21-24, "Palestinian radiocarbon dating: a reply to Mellaart ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 59  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v0404/073focus.htm
56. Buried Forests [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... `entire 16,000 years represented by floral remains. ' The presence of oak, hickory and walnut in Stratum Ila argues against boreal forest or tundra conditions occurring anywhere near the site when the earliest strata were forming. All the plant species found in the excavation are found in the area today.182 The timeline, not based on radiocarbon, but only on stratigraphy, shows that, during the earliest period, when mammoths roamed North America, the forests that grew in Pennsylvania were of hardwood, temperate, oak, and similar trees. After that, many more pine trees grew in the forest and then, as Velikovsky claims, because America moved south while Europe and ...
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... , then the answer to that elusive question of how much later to date the archaeology of the 6th' century coastal Levant (represented by Phoenician store jars etc), would be about a century. However, if Maskhuta did not develop until after Darius' time then we could be looking at considerably more than a century. Cause of Radiocarbon Calibration Curve Big Wiggle An article in the Independent newspaper (29th Sept 2004) gives evidence for climate change at c. 800 BC (probably over a century later on the New Chronology' [see Editorial note]. My thanks to Clark Whelton for the reference; the article is available at: http://news. ...
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... results of the analysis. There is now no consensus - as there was a few years ago - among dendrochronologists and ice-core chronologists over the proxy dating of Thera - but without that apparently impressive scientific' consensus, what is there to support a 17th-century date for the explosion of Thera at all? All that remains is a vast set of radiocarbon dates from the island with an amazing scatter. (Baillie relies on discussions that have already weeded out results which are too low' and makes no reference to the fact that the publication of one discrepant suite was actually suppressed.) For those who have any real faith in radiocarbon dating (like this reviewer) an explanation is needed ...
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59. Collapsing Tests of Time [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Sykes has shown by experiment that a magnetic field of the flux density of 0.1 tesla is enough to increase the mean decay count of radioactive cobalt-60 and to skew the distribution of decay incidents from the normal. The "decay constant" was increased by about 2%; correspondingly, the half-life of cobalt-60 decreased [51]. RADIOCARBON (CARBON-14) DATING Cosmic rays of the galaxy strike and explode atoms of the atmosphere. These give off neutrons that interact with nitrogen of the air to make carbon-14 or 14C. This passes into carbon dioxide and then into plants and other living organisms through their food supply. Living organisms also ingest carbon-12 which does not decay. When ...
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60. Volcanism And Catastrophic Mythology [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... V. C. LaMarche & K. K. Hirschboeck (see Workshop 6:1 , pp.23 & 15) and claims that, as a tool for dating the Thera eruption, it is much inferior to the ice cores. Firstly, the archaeological date preferred for Late Minoan IA & IB does not tally with the calibrated radiocarbon and bristlecone pine results: there is a much better agreement with the 1390 50 BC acidity peak of Hammer et al. Secondly, Warren reviews the radiocarbon results and notes some variability, with the odd discrepant date. Thirdly, many factors can affect the bristlecone pine record and cause a "frost signature": the record is open ...
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