Monthly Archives: March 2017

Dallas Abbott: Cape Verde Coral

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One of the more unexpected objects found by Dallas Abbott in Layer B of the Tamarack Pond [Black Rock Forest, New York] core was a fragment of red coral from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. Layer B. 382-384 … Continue reading

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Dallas Abbott: Adventures in Avalon

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Dallas Abbott’s adventures at the Atlantis Conference in 2005 appear to have been a natural pre-cursor to her subsequent Adventures in Avalon which began in the Black Rock Forest. Black Rock Forest is a 3,870-acre (15.7 km2 forest and biological … Continue reading

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Dallas Abbott: The Burckle Impact

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Being a scientist in the Age of Settled Science is a precarious occupation simply because submitting an honest scientific paper for peer-review can get you de-funded and/or branded a heretic by the academic gatekeepers that police the publication process. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Comet Halley and the Roman Time Line

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Back in May 2016 I attempted to reconcile the Old Japanese Cedar Tree Chronology with the mainstream Roman Time Line based upon the assumption that natural disasters were the underlying reasons for the collapse of the Roman Empire. The revised … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Cometary Kind

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Researchers trawling through the dusty corners of the Academic Archives primarily have to rely upon serendipity to provide them with break-through information. However, when serendipity strikes the results can be startling. Such was the case a few weeks ago when … Continue reading

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The Pit Huts of London

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The layers of sand, gravel and black horizon covering Southern England have blatantly baffled and befuddled Gradualist Geologists. See: Similarly, the sand, gravel, brick earth and Saxon black earth encountered in the City of London have consistently confused and … Continue reading

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The London Levels

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During the 20th century Milking Parlours were transmogrified into industrialised units churning out Sanitised Milk [with added antibiotics] that is filtered, pasteurised, homogenised and repackaged into convenient cartons for easy consumption. Similarly, the 20th century saw the Hallowed Halls of … Continue reading

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Saxon Special Deposits

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The surreal Saxon Swamp is located in the land of Collegiate Cognitive Dissonance. The Second World War ushered in a revival of the Anglo-Saxon Pit-Hut concept in Britain which resulted in the erection of over 3½ million Anderson Shelters that … Continue reading

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Sutton Courtney and the Saxon Swamp

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Wading into the Scholarly Saxon Swamp is a surreal experience. A couple of weeks ago I was delving into the sand and fine gravel deposits in Buckinghamshire which contain [amongst other things] hippopotamus bones and evidence of a new interglacial. … Continue reading

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Anglo-Saxon: Unequivocal Evidence

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The archaeological evidence from the City of London is difficult to reconcile with the Saxon Sagas that were parsed onto parchment by the Dissembling Deacons of yore. Mortimer Wheeler, 2nd Keeper of the London Museum, suggested these documents are valueless. … Continue reading

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Dark Earth: Billingsgate Bath House

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The Dark Earth covering Roman London has a split personality. On the one hand: The human occupation of many areas of Roman London appears to have come to an end in about 130 AD with the remains being covered in … Continue reading

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W F Grimes: The Lost Centuries of London

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Peter Grimes was the Director of the London Museum from 1945 to 1956. Professor William Francis Grimes CBE (known as Peter) (1905-1988) was a Welsh archaeologist. He devoted his career to the archaeology of London and the prehistory of Wales. … Continue reading

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The Fold Up Beds of Glen Roy

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The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy are said to be a curious “geological puzzle” that the awfully clever Gradualist Geologists have solved by stating they are “a series of ice-dammed proglacial lake shorelines”. However, if these awfully clever Gradualist Geologists … Continue reading

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