A planetoid plows onto the primordial Earth. Credit: Don Davis/NASA.


Stonehenge: An astronomical calendar? Image credit


The Pyramids at Giza. But how old are they? Image credit


The Ant Nebula. Illustrative of the Plasma Universe. Image credit


Lightning over the Eruption of Galungung Volcano. Image credit.

Welcome

About the SIS

  • Publishes Chronology & Catastrophism Review (more)
    three times per year
  • Used to publish Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop (more)
    (Back issues available in hard copy or as a PDF)
  • Organises conferences, meetings, lectures and talks (more)
  • It also offers back issues of its journals (more)
  • Supports an online public forum (more)
  • Membership offers a number of entitlements (more)
  • Is UK-based with a worldwide membership (more)
  • Is a non-profit-making UK Charity No. 286264
  • Includes academics and lay people as members
  • Welcomes contributions from authors (more)
  • Publishes a free online news service (more)

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Recent activities

 

Electric Universe UK

 

November 2018

The SAFIRE PROJECT at the
Electric Universe – United Kingdom
International Conference & Symposium
7th – 11th July 2018, Somerset, UK

Michael Clarage

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Michael Clarage talks about his work with SAFIRE from a more philosophical perspective – what an empiricist might ponder outside the lab. He offers some intriguing if not startling observations about the astronomical and the biological, the dead and the living universe.

 

 

First video footage released.

Professor Don Scott answers questions at Quantocks mini conference.

Autumn Meeting

 

 

29 September 2018

 

 

Barry Curnock,

Battle of Kadesh: The Previous Generation

Velikovsky Chronology

The Battle of Kadesh