Category: New Chronology

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

In 2009, Greg Melleuish, Konstantin Sheiko, and Stephen Brown published an article titled “Pseudo History⁄Weird History: Nationalism and the Internet” in the peer-reviewed journal History Compass. My interest in this article of theirs was that it discussed Anatoly Fomenko and his New Chronology, a… 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?”

(P.1) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.1.1, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 15.1.1. 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.1) Fomenko’s Carbon Dating, Ch. 1.15.1.1, Vol. 1, History: Fiction or Science?”

Ch. 1.3.1, Vol. 4, History: Fiction or Science?, Exam

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 4, Chapter 1, Part 3.1. Chapter 1 is titled “Russian chronicles and the Millerian-Romanovian version of Russian history”, part 3 is titled “THE RADZIVILOVSKAYA CHRONICLE FROM KÖNIGSBERG AS THE PRIMARY SOURCE OF… Continue Reading “Ch. 1.3.1, Vol. 4, History: Fiction or Science?, Exam”

CH. 1.3.1.2, VOL. 1, HISTORY: FICTION OR SCIENCE?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 3.1.2. Chapter 1 is titled “The problems of historical chronology”, part 3 is titled “The veracity of the Scaliger-Petavius chronology was questioned as early as the 16th century”,… Continue Reading “CH. 1.3.1.2, VOL. 1, HISTORY: FICTION OR SCIENCE?”

Examining Fomenko’s New Chronology

Overview This article contains the links to my detailed examination of Fomenko’s New Chronology and the overall grade that I’ve given it. This examination is essentially where I lay out which parts of Fomenko’s New Chronology I agree with and which parts I don’t.… Continue Reading “Examining Fomenko’s New Chronology”

CH. 1.3.1.1, VOL. 1, HISTORY: FICTION OR SCIENCE?

This article contains my analysis of Fomenko’s History: Fiction or Science?, Volume 1, Chapter 1, Part 3.1.1. Chapter 1 is titled “The problems of historical chronology”, part 3 is titled “The veracity of the Scaliger-Petavius chronology was questioned as early as the 16th century”,… Continue Reading “CH. 1.3.1.1, VOL. 1, HISTORY: FICTION OR SCIENCE?”

Conspiracy in Fomenko’s New Chronology

This article examines the instances of the use of the word “conspiracy” in the literature of Fomenko’s New Chronology. How It Was In Reality, Chapter 6.8[2]. This one is a reference to Ivan Petrovich Fyodorov-Chelyadnin conspiracy accusation.[13] History: Fiction or Science? e-Series Overview[3] “The… Continue Reading “Conspiracy in Fomenko’s New Chronology”

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