Category: New Chronology

Garry Kasparov and Fomenko’s New Chronology

Fomenko’s New Chronology is a creation by the renowned Russian mathematician Anatoly Fomenko (1945-present) & his associates that argues human civilization dawned around 1100-1200 years ago, and that all recorded events fall between then and now. Grandmaster chessplayer Garry Kasparov became fascinated with Fomenko’s… Continue Reading “Garry Kasparov and Fomenko’s New Chronology”

Geographical Analysis of Fomenko’s Horoscope Results

One of the evidences Fomenko uses is the collection of astronomical results obtained from planetary positions. So far, I’m aware of around 63 different horoscopes which he has reportedly obtained dates for. This article helps illuminate the geographical locations of where these horoscopes were… Continue Reading “Geographical Analysis of Fomenko’s Horoscope Results”

AnOxfordHistorian’s New Chronology Article

An Oxford Historian was put on my radar yesterday by a post made on their website about Fomenko’s New Chronology. My interest was peaked by the name of the website and so I dug a bit deeper into who was behind it. When I… Continue Reading “AnOxfordHistorian’s New Chronology Article”

(P.6) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Vol. 1, Ch. 1.16.4

The claims below were “(Written by Professor A. S. Mishchenko, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences from the Moscow State University Department of Mathematics and Mechanics, a prominent scientist of the V. A. Steklov Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, nominated State… Continue Reading “(P.6) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Vol. 1, Ch. 1.16.4”

(P.5) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Vol. 1, Ch. 1.16.1-1.16.3

The claims below were “(Written by Professor A. S. Mishchenko, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences from the Moscow State University Department of Mathematics and Mechanics, a prominent scientist of the V. A. Steklov Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, nominated State… Continue Reading “(P.5) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Vol. 1, Ch. 1.16.1-1.16.3”

Deliberate or Accidental Fabrication?: Fomenko’s Interpretation of Historical Evidence

This article is about whether Anatoly Fomenko (1945-present) claims that the majority of historical records are authentic or if they are intentionally fake. Fomenko argues in his New Chronology that human civilization dawned around 1200 years ago and that all events of recorded history… Continue Reading “Deliberate or Accidental Fabrication?: Fomenko’s Interpretation of Historical Evidence”

Notes On Melleuish, Sheiko, & Brown’s Pseudo History/Weird History: Nationalism and the Internet (2009)

In 2009, Greg Melleuish, Konstantin Sheiko, and Stephen Brown had their “Pseudo History⁄Weird History: Nationalism and the Internet” published in the peer-reviewed journal History Compass. My interest in this article is their discussion of Anatoly Fomenko and his New Chronology, a topic which I’ve… Continue Reading “Notes On Melleuish, Sheiko, & Brown’s Pseudo History/Weird History: Nationalism and the Internet (2009)”

(P.4) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.3, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 15.3. Chapter 1.15 is titled “ARE RADIOCARBON DATINGS TO BE TRUSTED?”, and part 1.15.3 is titled “Modern radiocarbon analysis of Egyptian artefacts demonstrates serious contradictions”. Total: 11Supported: 8Contradicted:… Continue Reading “(P.4) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.3, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?”

(P.3) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.2, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 15.2. Chapter 1.15 is titled “ARE RADIOCARBON DATINGS TO BE TRUSTED?”, and part 1.15.2 is titled “The dating of the Shroud of Turin”. Total: 37Supported: 19Contradicted: 6Undetermined: 12… Continue Reading “(P.3) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.2, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?”

(P.2) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.1.2, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 15.1.2. Chapter 1.15 is titled “ARE RADIOCARBON DATINGS TO BE TRUSTED?”, part 1.15.1 is titled “the medieval datings of ancient, mediaeval, and modern specimens are scattered chaotically”, and… Continue Reading “(P.2) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.1.2, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?”

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