Old African huts reassuring about the geomagnetic field
Early human DNA found widely - and not in bones!
Meteorologists explain "The Scream"
What the Vulture Stone says...
Major mathematical breakthrough went ignored
How the Aborigenes came to Australia
Gunnar Heinsohn: Felix Romuliana
Huge geomagnetic field spike recorded in 8th century B.C. ceramic pottery
Gunnar Heinsohn: Tenth Century Collapse
Gunnar Heinsohn: Paper-making's mysterious 700 years of secrecy
Amanda Laoupi: the Pelasgians (5)
Amanda Laoupi: the Pelasgians (4)
Amanda Laoupi: The Pelasgians (3)
Boom-Star visible in 2022
Amanda Laoupi: the Pelasgians (2)
Amanda Laoupi: the Pelasgians (1)
Jacques Benveniste and the "memory" of water
Alfred de Grazia dies
The Creation of the Gods - Sacrifice as the Origin of Religion
Gunnar Heinsohn's Latest: The Creation of the First Millenium A.D.
The 1st Millennium A.D. Chronology Controversy
Books & Conferences
Sites and Conferences
Alfred de Grazia
alfred de Grazia's magazine of quantavolution
Alfred de Grazia: The Lately Tortured Earth
Proxima b - our nearest exoplanet has an Ocean
40,000 years of rope-making
They were all humans...
Ephesus in the 1st Millennium: was it destroyed three times, or only once?
Alfred de Grazia: from political science to Quantavolution (2)
The next major nuclear accident
Alfred de Grazia: from political science to quantavolution (1)
Cosmic collisions created tsunamis on Mars
Wrecked Metropolises of the 1st Millennium: a comparison
Pytheas, megaliths and the tides
Piteraqs, Greenland's storms from hell
Marina, Iphigenia and the Morningstar
Neanderthals used chemical firestarter
Flight from light:Is Earth' magnetic field responsible for the Cambrian Explosion?
Neandertals transmitted a taste for nicotine and a propensity to depression
"We contain multitudes" (5)
"We contain multitudes" (4)
"We contain multitudes" (3)
Alfred de Grazia: Brain specialization
A street-map in the sky
A New Little Ice Age by 2030?
The Dragon at the bus-stop
fossil bones give rise to dragon legend investigated by humanist Peiresc pupil of Galileo
Peiresc, humanist genius of Provence