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Derek Barnett
Independent Scholar
The Absence of Evidence
Alex Bordeau
Age of the Sphinx
Mikey Brass
(MA) University College London
An Analysis of the Quality of Graham Hancock's Science
Astronomer Tony Fairall and Secret Chamber
Definition of Peer-Reviewed Journals: A Rebuttal to the Lunatic Fringe
Tracing Graham Hancock's Shifting Cataclysm
Duncan Edlin
(PhD) Cardiff School of Biosciences
Review of Underworld by Graham Hancock
Myth of the Open Mind
The Gentle Art of Myth Management
The Stoned Age?
Garrett G.Fagan
Assoc.Professor, Pennsylvania State University
Chris Hale
Producer, BBC
The New Atlantis and the Dangers of Pseudohistory
Garrett Fagan
Pennsylvania State University
An Answer to Graham Hancock
Analysis of Hancock's Position Statement on C-14 Dating
Antarctic Farce
Nic Flemming's Channel 4 Encounter
Tiwanaku: Alternative History in Action
Three Basic Principles of Archaeological Research
Review of Voyages of the Pyramid Builders by Robert Schoch
Ken Feder
Central Connecticut State University
Invisible Visitors: Explaining Archaeological Skepticism
The Lost Civilization in Historical Perspective Déjà vu all over again
Nic Flemming
Chair, Southampton Oceanography Centre
Review of Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age
Ronald Fritze
University of Central Arkansas
Goodbye Columbus? The Pseudohistory of Who Discovered America
K. Lal Gauri
Professor Emeritus
University of Louisville
Geologic Study of the Sphinx
Deterioration of the Stone of the Great Sphinx
Jerry Goodenough
University of East Anglia
The Fingerprints of Graham Hancock
James A. Harrell
University of Toledo
Comments on the Geological Evidence for the Sphinx's Age
More Sphinx Debate: He said, I say...James Harrell responds to Robert Schoch
The Sphinx Controversy: Another Look at the Geological Evidence
Bill Hartz
Independent Scholar
Gavin’s Fantasy Land, 1421
Gabriel Haslip-Viera
Assoc. Professor
City College of New York
Bernard Ortiz de Montellano
Professor Emeritus, Wayne State University
Warren Barbour
Assoc. Professor, University of Rochester
Robbing Native American Cultures: Van Sertima's Afrocentricity and the Olmecs
Paul Heinrich
Geologist and Archaeological Geologist
Louisana State University
Evaluation of the Geological Evidence Presented By ''Gateway to Atlantis'' for Terminal Pleistocene Catastrophe
Artifacts or Geofacts? Alternative Interpretations of Items from the Gulf of Cambay
Champsosaurs of Axel Heiberg Island
Fossil Forests of Axel Heiberg Island
Beech Trees of Antarctica
Paleoclimatic Reconstructions and Scandinavian and Scottish Ice Sheets
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibits 1 to 3 - Reefs and coal beds
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibits 4 to 6 - Fossil Forests
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibit 7, The Ross Sea Cores
Fingerprints of the Gods The Orontius Fineaus Map of 1532, Exhibit 8
Fingerprints of the Gods FOG Exhibit 9, The Buache Map of 1739
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibit 10, Part A - Spitzenbergen, Grinnel Land Swamps, Warm Arctic Ocean, etc.
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibit 10, Part B - Mars, Gondwana ice sheets, and Gothenburg excursion
Fingerprints of the Gods Exhibits 11 and 12
Fingerprints of the Gods FOG Exhibits 13 and 14
The Fruit Tree and Fingerprints of the Gods
Fingerprints of the Gods Re: Piri Reis Map
The Cuicuilco Pyramid and Fingerprints of the Gods
Dating of Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) Site, Bolivia
Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) Site Bibliography
Lemuria - Here We Go Again
Bimini Columns
Granite, Bimini, and Atlantis

George M. Hollenback
Independent Scholar
The Myth of Egyptian Pi
John W. Hoopes
Associate Professor
University of Kansas
Review of 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl by Daniel Pinchbeck
Lee E. Huddleston
Assoc. Professor
University of North Texas
The Emergence of Civilizations to 500 BCE
George Johnson
Egyptology Photographer
More Sphinx Debate: He Said ... I Say
David N. Keightley
Professor Emeritus
University of California, Berkeley
Space Travel in Bronze Age China?
Ed Krupp
Director, Griffith Observatory
Astronomical Integrity at Giza
Dancing with Lions
Pyramid Marketing Schemes
The Sphinx Blinks
Larry Kusche
Critical Reading, Careful Writing, and the Bermuda Triangle
Mary Lefkowitz
Professor Emeritus
Wellesley College
Stolen Legacy (or Mythical History?) Did the Greeks Steal Philosophy from the Egyptians?
John A.R. Legon
Independent Scholar
The Orion Correlation and Air-Shaft Theories
Mark Lehner
Assistant Professor of Egyptian Archaology:
Oriental Institute
Harvard Semitic Museum
Notes and Photographs on the West-Schoch Sphinx Hypothesis
The ARCE Sphinx Project - A Preliminary Report
Jaromir Malek
Ashmolean Museum at Oxford
Fingerprints of the Gods: A Review
Orion and the Giza pyramids
N. B. Millett
Royal Ontario Museum
The Narmer Macehead and Related Objects
Michael Moseley
Distinguished Professor
University of Florida
The Maritime Foundations of Andean Civilization: An Evolving Hypothesis
Mark Newbrook
Senior Lecturer
Monash University
Afrocentrist Linguistics
Review of The Science Of The Dogon by Laird Scranton
Old-Time Religion, Old-Time Language Linguistic Reconstruction and Revisionist Accounts of Ancient History
(Jane Curtain and Mark Newbrook): David Oates’ theory of Reverse Speech: a critical examination Oates’ theory of Reverse Speech: an update by (Jane Curtain and Mark Newbrook)
The Phaistos Disk
Tower of Babel
Skepticism, Sanskrit and the Indus Valley Script
Skepticism on 'Fringe' and 'Mainstream'
Aboriginal people were not the first Australian inhabitants?
Lost World Of The Kimberley: Extraordinary Glimpses Of Australia’s Ice Age Ancestors
Invented Knowledge: False History, Fake Science And Pseudo-Religions
The Rise & Fall Of Atlantis And The Mysterious Origins Of Human Civilization
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 2: Central Asian Navajo?
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 3: Minerva and the Disk
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 5: ’It’s All Irish To Him’
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 6: No such thing as grammar?
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 7: ‘I Can’: linguists, teachers and children’s language
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 8: Secret history?
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE 9: Of Finns and Frisians
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE - Numbers and angles
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE - Etymology and philology
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE - The Lord’s Prayer in Serbian
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE - Buddhist roots for European words?
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE: Numerology, numerophonology and other oddities
LANGUAGE ON THE FRINGE: Sailing to Flores – and Crete

2012: The Year Of The Mayan Prophecy
Counter-Knowledge: How We Surrendered to Conspiracy Theories, Quack Medicine, Bogus Science and Fake History
Australian Cryptozoology
The Incredible Human Journey: The Story Of How We Colonised The Planet
Beyond The Occult: Twenty Years’ Research Into The Paranormal
Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens In The Imagination Of C. S. Lewis
Gavin Menzies’ (mis-)use of linguistics
Glozel Resurfacing!
Horizon on Speech
John T. Omohundro
Distinguished Teaching Professor, Potsdam
Von Däniken's Chariots: A Primer in the Art of Cooked Science
Bernard Ortiz De Montellano
Professor Emeritus
Wayne State University
Comments on Pitfalls in Multicultural Science Education
Evolution and Multiculturalism
Multiculturalism, Cult Archaeology, and Pseudoscience
Plant Evidence for Contact Between Africa and the New World
Spreading Scientific Illiteracy Among Minorities - Part I: Multicultural Pseudoscience
Spreading Scientific Illiteracy Among Minorities - Part II: Magic Melanin
Bill Poser
Adjunct Professor
University of British Columbia
Comments on 1421
Colin Reader
Giza Before the Fourth Dynasty
Katherine Reece
Founder of In the Hall of Ma'at & Independent Researcher
In Their Own Words: the chroniclers on Andean chickens
Grounding the Nasca Balloon
Kolomoki: Woodland in the Southland
The Spanish Imposition
Ian Ridpath
Writer, broadcaster, and lecturer on astronomy
Investigating the Sirius 'Mystery'
Gay Robins
Professor, Emory University
Professor of Mathematics, deceased
Irrational numbers and pyramids
Jane B. Sellers
Independent Egyptologist
Aldebaran and the Dashour Pyramids
Archae Solenhofen
Ancient Egyptian Copper Coring Drills
Ancient Egyptian Copper Slabbing Saws
Ancient Egyptian Materials: Greywacke (schist)
Ancient Egyptian Materials: Diorite
Ancient Egyptian Stone Vessel Making
Ancient Egyptian Tools and Methods
Date range of cylindrical beaker's forms, bands, and rims
Rock Properties: Why the ancient Egyptians can carve rock with stone and copper tools
The Tomb of Sabu and the Tri-lobed Ornamental Bowl
Pierre Stromberg
Founder, Pacific Northwest Skeptics
Paul Heinrich
Geologist and Archaeological Geologist
Louisana State University
The Coso Artifact: Mystery from the Depths of Time
Camilla Townsend
Assoc. Professor, Colgate University
Burying the White Gods
John Wall
Independent Scholar
Going Orion in a Circle (Or: The Challenging Cayce of 10,500BC)
Longing for Leo Or: Spin the Tale on the Zodiac
Pick a Card, Any Card - How Hancock Finds Precessional Numbers
The Wrong Question (or: The Myth of the Mystery of the Missing Messages)
Doug Weller
Director, In the Hall of Ma'at
The Newport Tower and the Plowden Petition
Eric Wojciehowski
Independent Scholar
The return of Ancient Astronauts; Zecharia Sitchin Rekindles an Old Pseudoscience