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Cataclysm!: Compelling Evidence of a Cosmic Catastrophe in 9500 B.C (Englisch) Taschenbuch – September 1997

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" Allan and Delair do a brilliant job in revealing that researchers have barely touched the tip of the iceberg of events that shook the Earth around 9,577 B.C. . . . This book is an essential handbook to our ancient past: a brave multi-disciplinary approach that should be applauded."

& quot; Allan and Delair do a brilliant job in revealing that researchers have barely touched the tip of the iceberg of events that shook the Earth around 9,577 B.C. . . . This book is an essential handbook to our ancient past: a brave multi-disciplinary approach that should be applauded.& quot;

"Allan and Delair do a brilliant job in revealing that researchers have barely touched the tip of the iceberg of events that shook the Earth around 9,577 B.C. . . . This book is an essential handbook to our ancient past: a brave multi-disciplinary approach that should be applauded."

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Carefully gathered evidence from many disciplines tell of a cataclysm which nearly destroyed Earth and Mars about 11,500 years ago. Ancient oral traditions from scores of cultures describe how a golden age disappeared with appalling devastation, which is supported by archaeological, botanical, astronomical and geological evidence. The findings have some relevance for present world changes. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Allan and Delar provide a much-needed synopsis of scientific findings that may finally explain many loose ends regarding recent earth history. Unlike those who resort to name calling to prove their point (AKA some reviewers here), the authors carefully document "ALL" of their evidence to present a compelling story that ranks as a must read if you have any interest at all in recent earth history. I disagree completely with those who discount human legend as a possible source of information from which to view evidence or start an investigation when indeed the legend has persisted throughout the eons. Usually, these people are the same one's the Wright Brothers had to convince that flight was possible by dropping plane parts on their head. There are just too too many stories concerning a massive flood of some sort from all cultures of the world to just habitually ignore it. This book presents evidence of just what "MAY" have happened without linking it to "directed biblical directives" so ubiquitous in our culture today. It uses the work of many scientists from many fields. Each of the branches of science contributes a portion of the story and from the contribution of each the authors formulate a fascinating theory. The conclusion is a theory like any other but is very thought provoking. However, unless a time machine is invented ALL information today on what happened way back when is theory ONLY ! Imagine the Medicines we would have today if researchers were not allowed to revise their theories on biochemistry. What make those who believe in Ice Ages so completely 100% correct when they can't even explain why the earth got cold or - why it warmed up? Are they the exceptional "I've never been wrong even once" group?Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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I take cognizance of the criticism expressed by other reviewer, such as the claim that the authors have ignored the results of more recent scientific research.
Even so, this is a fascinating book which makes one think, in the vein of Graham Hancock's "Fingerprints of the Gods" but with greater emphasis on the natural sciences although mythology and legend are also briefly discussed.
It is refreshing to see scientific orthodoxy challenged, and although the authors may err in some of their assumptions, there is still enough here of value to make you think and wonder.
Every chapter has an extensive bibliography and the text is amply illuminated with maps, tables and figures. There are seven appendices and a detailed index.
What I found particularly fascinating is Map 2A: "A tentative reconstruction of the pre-catastrophic Pleistocene World," showing much larger continents and smaller, scattered seas.
I highly recommend this book for its multi-disciplinary approach, its bold rejection of the ice age theory (called "the icy chimera") and the interesting alternative history it proposes. Read it to broaden your outlook on our planet's unknown recent past.
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It was previously commented that this book should be used in our public schools. I hope not. This book is one of a genre that presents ancient myths as literal, factual accounts. The authors then 'prove' the ancient myths with astronomical 'evidence'. (Want to disprove a Global Flood Myth? Ask the !Kung bushmen of the Kalihari desert about their flood myth. The !Kung are myteriously absent from the list of flood myths in this book.) Simple high school physics and astronomy are ignored in the discussion of the (mythical) planet Phaeton's course through the solar system. (Since when did a small chunk of rock called Chiron acheive planetary status? Enquiring minds want to know!) And there are some blatent untruths, such as the 'frozen mammoths' of Siberia having 'warm weather' plants in their stomachs when they were 'flash frozen', and the Sumerians are given credit with naked-eye viewing of astronomical bodies which are difficult to see with relatively powerfull telescopes. (They ate cold weather vegetation, and they weren't 'flash frozen', and the asteroid Chiron wasn't discovered until 1977.) Finally, there is a quote from Dr. Carl Sagan, regarding the Biblical story of Joshua stopping and restarting the earth, which refutes the story. But the book quotes it as evidence to support that the earth DID in fact stop and was restarted! (The least the authors could have done was quote Dr. Sagan out of context, but instead, they quote Dr. Sagan as invalidating their own theory!) Wild new theories should not be dissmissed out of hand, and I read the entire book, going through point by point, to look at the individual premises. "Cataclysm!"'s evidence breaks down rather quickly, when put to the test of science. But don't take my word for it - prove it to yourself.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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Thought provoking? Absolutely. Am I sold on their theory of an interstellar chunk of stellar material playing havoc on the Earth? I have my reasonable doubts, but there was more than enough footnotes for me to check it out for myself. And the more I research, the more I become convinced that *something* happened to this biosphere ~12K years ago. That said, this endeavour has shaken my education to its foundation. Indeed, there are numerous instances that the authors bring to light that make one question what one has been taught in school. As an anthropologist, I believe that myth (and especially the Deluge myth) was founded on reality and filtered through the limited understanding of ancient peoples. Any anthropologist worth his salt realizes that different peoples of tribes, locals, even continents, have myths of remarkably similar themes, these make one wonder WHY the common thread; and WHY is this so easily dismissed? Those who dismiss myth as fantasy ought to remember that history is manipulated thru the perceptions of the author, a modern myth. It's very sad that the modern-day religion of science takes the position of dismissing reasonable factoids on the general principal of "doesn't compute with current theories so talk to the hand." Read it for yourself. Take it to a local library and research the bibliography for yourself. You might find yourself doing a remarkable thing, becoming a questioning being and not a rote automaton.
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