Month: May 2012

Dutch Diamonds Demand Extraordinary Explanations

The Aalsterhut / Hut van Mie Pils The recent paper from van Hoesel et al., Nanodiamonds and wildfire evidence in the Usselo Horizon postdate the Allerød-Younger Dryas Boundary, confirming nanodiamonds in the Dutch Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB), or Usselo Horizon, establishes a cynical new low for the intellectual integrity of our debate. Despite confirmation of this […]

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Bronze Age Catastrophe Layer Discovered In Irish Shell Midden

Den Aengus Fort on the Tsunami Wracked Aran Islands offshore of Fanore Beach    Irish Examiner 6,000-year-old settlement poses tsunami mystery By Andrew Hamilton Wednesday, May 09, 2012 Archeologists have uncovered evidence of pre-farming people living in the Burren more than 6,000 years ago — one of the oldest habitations ever unearthed in Ireland. Radiocarbon […]

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