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... : C&C Review 2004:3 (Incorporating C&C Workshop 2004:4 ) Home | Issue Home The Atlantis Researches by Paul Dunbavin Third Millennium Publishing, Nottingham, 1992. Reviewed by Phillip Clapham A few years ago it was popular to link the Atlantis legend with the eruption of the Thera volcano on the Aegean island of Santorini, at around 1400 BC, bringing the curtain down on the Minoan culture. Paul Dunbavin has reopened the debate. He claims Atlantis was drowned at around 3200 BC as a result of a comet coming close to the Earth, at a tangential angle. This caused a slight pole shift, or change in obliquity. Hence, what ...
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22. Four Faces of Collective Psychology [Journals] [Horus]
... the history of Egypt. This was in the middle of the second millennium before the present era."(2 ) Thus, Velikovsky suggested real disasters not symbolic ones, and disasters which antedated the period of time biblical scholars had given to the Exodus by several centuries. Velikovsky dated the catastrophe as occurring about 1500 B.C . Santorini ash [photo courtesy of Professor Daniel J. Stanley, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C . Forty years later, Science News has reported that two scientists from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History discovered ash grains taken from the Nile Delta. According to the authors, the grains came from a tremendous eruption of the Santorini ...
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23. Ice Cores and Catastrophism [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... it up. I hope these comments of mine will start the ball rolling for a fruitful discussion. At the start, I should like to point out that the evidence from the Greenland ice cores, as interpreted by the scientists themselves also appears to provide good evidence against revised chronologies. The ice core dating for the eruption of Thera/Santorini, given as 1390 50 BC,(2 ) is somewhat too early for Velikovsky's own,(3 ) the "Glasgow Chronology", and the revised chronology of Rohl and James.(4 ) Since the revised chronologies stand on their own feet, irrespective of whether Velikovsky's historical cosmic catastrophe scenario is correct or incorrect, this ...
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24. Ice Cores and Common Sense (Part II) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... p.21. 32. Dansgaard et al., Science, December 24, 1982, p. 1274. 33. See Table 1 from Reeh et al., op. cit.; Hammer et al., "Ice-Core Dating of the Pleistocence/Holocene Boundary"; Hammer et al., "The Minoan Eruption of Santorini in Greece Dated to 1645 B.C .? " Nature, August 6, 1987, p. 518. 34. Epstein et al., Science, June 26, 1970, p. 1571. 35. On the same page. 36. Rose, "Greenland Ice Cores." Kronos, XII:2 , ...
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25. C&C Workshop 1986, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... & CATASTROPHISM WORKSHOP 1986, Number 2 SOCIETY NEWS 1 ARTICLES Abraham in Egypt by E.J .Sweeney 3 The Land(s ) of Punt by Daniel Kline 7 Rehabilitation of Censorinus by G.W . Oosterhout 11 Computed Planetary Orbits and the Babylonian Observations of Venus by Eric W.Crew 14 MONITOR : * Venus Volcanism? * Santorini and Darkness over Egypt * Halley, Another Surprise * Tilts at Uranus * Unstable Antarctica * Saturn's Recent Rings * "Badly Misdated" * Missing Tectonic Heat? * Magnetic Flipping? * Earthquake Electrics? * Meteorites from Mars * Iridium Connection * Ammonite King Rediscovered * Shell Slipping and Polar Wandering * Gold on Petroleum * Indomitable Maverick * ...
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26. 1990 ISIS Fellowship Lecture Meeting [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... records, was possibly referred to in the Irish traditional history, and again featured as an ice core spike; the Hekla (3 ) eruption, radiocarbon dated to c.1159 BC, seemed to be referred to in early Chinese records, showed prominently in the ice cores and resulted in 18 consecutive narrow tree rings; the Thera/Santorini eruption showed at 1645 +/ - 20 BC in the ice cores and 1628 in the tree rings, again with narrow rings over several years. In the case of the Theran eruption, Dr Baillie's case was strengthened by recent calibrated radiocarbon estimations on materials from Akrotiri, indicating a 17th century BC date, with c.1619 BC ...
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27. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Age engraving on bone, discovered in Britain less than a year after the infamous Piltdown skull and presented to the Natural History Museum by the same man, has been shown to be only 600 years old, with even more recent carving on it. Its similarity to Britain's only other sample of cave art has cast doubt upon that too. Santorini, Joseph's volcano Sunday Times 17.3 .96, p. 24 Two scientists have joined the chronology debate by suggesting that the dust cloud thrown out by the eruption of Santorini in 1628 BC caused the seven year famine in Egypt, foretold by Joseph. This then places the Exodus at 1280 BC, in the reign of Ramesses ...
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28. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... a possibility that catastrophists have long entertained. We needn't get too excited though, as the slip postulated was around half a billion years ago and although a 90 degree slip is allowed, carrying the poles to the equator, the rapid' speed of slip actually took 15 Myrs! It was caused by changes in distribution of mass. Catastrophe Santorini - the last word?New Scientist 21.6 .97, pp. 36-39, 2.8 .97, p. 49 An attempt to revive the old story of the demise of the Minoans as being caused by a massive tsunami after the eruption of Santorini was quashed by a reader who pointed out that by the third ...
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29. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in the light of this new discovery. The total mass of the Pluto/Charon system is about 1/400th that of Earth. Since the radius of Charon is fully one-half that of Pluto ". .. it's now appropriate to think of Pluto and Charon as a double planet, rather than as a planet plus satellite". SANTORINI VOLCANO THEORY - NEW SCIENTIST, 2/10/80, p.23 P. McIlmoyle kindly sent in this cutting, which describes the "final death blow for the already tenuous theory that the eruption of the Thera (Santorini) volcano caused the sudden collapse of the Great Minoan (i .e . Middle) civilisation in ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0303/09monit.htm
... THE REVISED CHRONOLOGY by Lester J. Mitcham 6 MONITOR : Fragmentation and Avoidance of Chronology * Catastrophist Evolution, A Marxist Philosophy? * The Evolution Debate * Still No Fair Hearing * Practical Electronics Debate * An Earthly Ring? * Ebla Affair? * Sodom and Gomorrah Found! * The Martian Steeds * "A Double Planet?" * Santorini Volcano Theory * Evolutionary Fluxes? * Secular Humanist Declaration * Terminal Eocene Catastrophe * Terminal Cretaceous Catastrophe * Jupiter's Electromagnetism * TL and Isotope Dating * Terminal Eocene Event * "Saturn's Moons Hold The Ring" * Venus - Embarrassingly Hot! * "Saturn's Rings Defy Nature's Laws" * Ice Core Record of Volcanism * "Saturn's Secrete Revealed ...
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