The SAA Archaeological Record has a new online edition out for November/December 2019 and it’s a special pseudoarchaeology edition that includes articles from six different writers.
Former U.S. Army officer and mathematician published a paper about a worldwide flood in the journal Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry. And it’s nearly completely based on pseudoscience.
Remember Glenn Beck? Here’s that time in 2010 he thought he could prove the Lost Tribe of Israel built the mounds of Newark
Here’s a brief look at the discussion of aDNA in Denisovan Origins and what Collins and Little got wrong.
A book review of Missing Lands by Freddy Silva. This self-published book on Amazon has a very appealing cover but is lacking some reality.
The “hard evidence” of pre-Columbian but non-indigenous explorers is examined in detail.
Is there evidence of tobacco and cocaine use among ancient Egyptian mummies that suggests pre-Columbian, trans-Atlantic trade?