Not everything about Velikovsky had anything to do with errant planetary orbits, although that is of course the most obvious point of criticism. He also rummaged around in the various ideas accepted by uniformitarian geology, such as coal formation. Gary sent in this video link which might help to clarify some of the arguments – but again, it may not. See www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zil3B0PV4o4&t=58s
William sent in a link to https://www.yahoo.com/news/soft-tissue-fossils-helped-prove-161500805.html ….
and then we have an Express silly headline, and a 'who or what dunnit' that is probably well known in any case. See www.express.co.uk/news/science/1555020/archaeologists-stunned-by-mystica… … which is about a lot of bones found in a cave, between Inverness and Lossiemouth. It was discussed on the Smithsonian Channel – see www.youtube.com/watch?=jV9dlhAn0Zg … but the big question one might ask – were the bones mummified purposely, or accidentally, and can they really be described as mummified. Indeed, why do they even think mummification was involved?