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.


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)

More about the Society, its background, and activities can be found in the menus (left).


Recent activities


Spring AGM Meeting

28 April 2018

Rupert Holms









Rupert Holms: “Star Core Zeus, Pangaea and the formation of the Moon”. The talk will propose that the Sun is part of a binary system with ‘star-core Zeus’, and that a close encounter of earth with the Sun’s partner created Pangaea and the Moon.


Barry Curnock, “After Kadesh, the Next Generation”. Following the Forum discussion in Review about the Battle of Kadesh and the years immediately after the Battle, this talk will examine Hittite, Egyptian and Babylonian history half a century later.

Electric Universe Conference UK 2018


EUUK 2018 Conference

Video Commercial

EUUK 2018

First-ever UK Conference dedicated to the Electric Universe. This exciting new 5-day event (organised by authors Adrian Gilbert and Lucy Wyatt) explores the proposition that electrical forces, not gravity, are the most powerful in the universe.








First video footage released.

Professor Don Scott answers questions at Quantocks mini conference.

Prof Don Scott




Sad News

Anthony Haynes

Tony Haynes

Tribute Video link

'It is with extreme sadness that we must inform members of the death of the Society Chairman Anthony Haynes. Tony died suddenly on Wednesday 21st March.

He had nearly completed his first year as Chairman and had presided over a very productive period for SIS, as described in the Council Annual Report. Even on the evening of Tuesday 20th he was involved in Society business, checking that Review 2018:1 had been completed successfully.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, sons and family at this time.'