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The indefatigable Dr. Martin Sweatman
Edinburgh professor nearing end of monumental YDIH review
event June 13, 2020 comment 4 Comments

What would the planet do without the tireless?

I love how our subject draws in gifted obsessives from around the world. One example is Marc Young in Australia who compiled The Bib last year. Soon after The Bib was released, Dr. Martin Sweatman University of Edinburgh picked up and leveraged the easily available information.  In a incredible feat of “grinding it out,” Martin has worked his way through each and every paper on The Bib in a fantastically helpful series of YouTube videos — which he personally narrates.

While Martin is speaking with an editorial and dulcet voice, and clearly supports the comet hypothesis, I doubt anyone would say he is unfair to the peer-reviewed literature. He has obviously read every single last paper, applies reason and balance to each in his descriptions, but remains unconvinced by the diminishing band of critics and their flawed studies.

A few popular videos are posted below. And here is his book on Amazon “Prehistory Decoded

I wonder how many other British scientists, in order to describe the true history of modern man, led a class of 34,452 students last month through a deeply technical investigation of earliest Natufian agricultural and the physics of high-temp melting?

Martin Sweatman deserves one of those Queen medals.

Episode #1

Abu Hureyra Episode

Most recent episode #16

Sweatman interviewed by UnchartedX

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  1. Martin’s entire Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis playlist and his profoundly insightful/inspiring book should be mandatory homework for anyone engaged in the YDIH debate. His fair and unbiased deconstruction of the peer-reviewed literature is an eye opener to the systemic bias and agenda-driven narrative that tries to pass for good counterpoint research.

    One might even call Martin’s work “a requiem for YDIH critics”.

  2. Totally agree with this. He is also approachable I put a question on the comments of one of his YouTube videos and he replied promptly.

    Please don’t take this as a licence to bombard him though, his work is important.

  3. The ‘good’ can only be recognized, with a free mind..

    His book is a must read, and gives us the ability to check the dates of ancient artwork, as Martin did himself.
    Fearless in it’s systematically clearing the ‘rubble’ of scientific disputes,
    (Like your mother, opening you’re bedroom window after a good night sleep) it gives us a new grid to work on.

    We need this in the Bib..