Useful Information and Resources


useful resources

The following is mix of resources that may be of use to people who want to know more information about the project or would like to read further on the wider background such as relating to archaeology. This page is under construction.

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  • Graham Hancock, "Fingerprints of the Gods, A Quest for the Beginning and the End", Arrow, 1995.
  • Alan Bond & Mark Hempsell, "A Sumerian Observation of the Kofels' Impact Event", A monograph,Alcuin Academics, 2008.
  • Barbara Watterson, "Introducing Egyptian Hieroglyphs", Scottish Acadeic Press, 1981.
  • Stephen Mitchell, "Gilgamesh, A New English version", Profile Books Ltd, 2005.
  • Paul Kriwaczek, "Babylon, Mesopotamia and the Birth of Civilization", Atlantic Books, 2010.
  • John Alan Halloran (editor), "Sumerian Lexicon, A Dictionary Guide to the Ancient Sumerian Language", Logogram Publishing, 2006.
  • W. V. Davies, "Reading the Past, Egyptian Hieroglyphs", British Museum Press, 1987.
  • Plato, "Timaeus and Critias" Revised Edition, Penguin Classics, 25 November 2008.


  • David G. Anderson, Albert C Goodyear, James Kennett et al., "Multiple Lines of Evidence for Possible Human Population Decline/Settlement Reorganization During the Early Younger Dryas", Quaternary International, 242, 2, pp.570-583, 15 Oct 2011.
  • W. C. Mahaney, V. Kalm, D. H. Krinsley et al., "Evidence from the Northwestern Venezuelan Andes for Extraterrestrial Impact: The Black Mat Enigma", Geomorphology, 116, 1-2, pp.48-57, 15 Mar 2010.
  • D. J. Kennett, J. P. Kennett, G. J. West et al., "Wildfire and Abrupt Ecosystem Disruption on California's Northern Channel Islands at the Allerod-Younger Dryas Boundary (13.0 - 12.9 ka)", Quaternary Science Reviews, 27, pp.2530-2545, 2008.
  • James H. Wittke, James C. Weaver et al., "Evidence for Deposition of 10 million tonnes of Impact Spherules Across Four Continents 12,800 y Ago", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (23), E.2088-E2097, 04 June 2013.
  • Isabel Israde-Alcantara, James L Bischoff, Gabriela Dominguez-Vazquez et al., "Evidence from Central Mexico Supporting the Younger Dryas Extraterrestrial Impact Hypothesis", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109 (13), E738-E747, 27 March 2012.
  • Charles R Kinzie, Shane S Que Hee, Adrienne Stich et al., "Nanodiamond-Rich Layer Across Three Continents Consistent with Major Cosmic Impact at 12,800 Cal BP", The Journal of Geology, 122, 5, September 2014.
  • Ted E Bunch, Robert E Hermes, Andrew M. T. Moore et al., "Very High-Temperature Impact Melt Products As Evidence for Cosmic Airbursts and Impacts 12,900 Years Ago", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 109 (28), E1903-E1912, 10 July 2012.
  • Andrei V Kurbatov, Paul Andrew Mayewski, Jorgen P Steffensen, "Discovery of a Nanodiamond-Rich Layer in the Greenland Ice Sheet", Journal of Glaciology, 56, pp.747-757, 2010.
  • S. J. Fiedel, "The Mysterious Onset of the Younger Dryas", Quaternary International, 242, pp.262-266, 2011.
  • Douglas J. Kennett, James P. Kennett, Allen West et al., "Shock-Synthesized Hexagonal Diamonds in Younger Dryas Boundary Sediments", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106 (31), 12623-12628, 4 August 2009.
  • William C Mahaney, Leslie Keiser, Dave Krinsley et al., "New Evidence from a Black Mat Site in the Northern Andes Supporting a Cosmic Impact 12,800 Years Ago", The Journal of Geology, 121, 4, pp.309-325, July 2013.


  • Colin Barras, "Our Species May be 150,000 Years Older than we Thought", New Scientist, 7 June 2017.