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Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop 1987 Number 2



A Critical Re-appraisal of the Book of Genesis (II) by Damien Mackey, Frank Calneggia and Paul Money 3

The Late Pleistocene Extinctions: No Evidence for Plato’s Atlantis by Trevor Palmer 12

Thera: Chronology at a Crossroads by Bernard Newgrosh 16

* The Making of a Continent
* Gunnar Heinsohn’s Mesopotamian Historiography
* Aquatic Ape – Update * YHWH 19

* Tin Source Discovered * Meteoritic Stone Hills! * New Angle on Human Evolution * Catastrophe Point in Climatography * And Another Catastrophic Find * Another New Date for Exodus * Frog in Amber * Underwater Impact Crater * Sudden End for Hadrosaurs * Ugarit – Any Developments? * Catastrophic Geology Yet? * Novel Mountain Building Theory * Ice Core Errors * Imagination in Physics * Long Hibernation * Search for Homer’s Ithaca * Pot Magnetism Record * Cosmic Electricity – Still Neglected * Another Dinosaur ‘Nemesis’ Theory * Halley’s Nucleus * Cratering by Comets * Oxygen Enrichment of Atmosphere? * Earth’s Heat Problem * Meteorites from Mars * Gold on Petroleum * From Gold to Velikovsky * Arp Affair 25

from David Salkeld, Peter McIlmoyle, Jill Abery, Ragnar Forshufvud, Anthony Chavasse, Hugh Crosswaite, Michael G. Reade, Derek Shelley-Pearce, David Rohl and Kenneth S. Birch 30

* Venus Before Exodus – transcript of Bernard Newgrosh’s Talk given to AGM in 1980, with Update (1987) and references 36

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