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Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop 1988 Number 1



The Molecular Revolution by Trevor Palmer 3

Support for Heinsohn’s Chronology is Misplaced by Lester J. Mitcham 7

Earth-Venus Contacts in the Late 3rd Millennium BC? by Bernard Newgrosh 12


On the Merits of the Revised Chronologies, Brad Aaronson, David Rohl 18

Energetics of Tippe-top Inversions, Michael Reade, David Salkeld 23

On the Foundations of the Assyro-Babylonian Chronology, Anthony Chavasse, Carl O. Jonsson 24

* Creative Cosmos * Neutrino Puzzle * Mammal Rethink * Oceans of Cometary Origin? * Low, Middle or High? * Eocene Climate Puzzle * Tectonic Upsets * Earthquake Electrics? * Thera Theories * The Habitable Zone? * Cretaceous Catastrophe? 27


Origins: Today’s Science, Tomorrow’s Myth 30

A Guide to Velikovsky’s Sources 30

“Bronze to Iron Age Chronology in the Old World: Time for a Reassessment?” 31

Prehistory and Earth Models 32

from M. G. Reade, A. H. Rees, C. L. Ellenberger, P. Warlow, M. M. Mandelkehr, T. Lawrence, A. Chavasse, D. Slade & E. Crew, J. Abery and M. Sieff 37

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