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pseudoarchaeology

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  • It would be irresponsible to let pseudoarchaeology finish off what is left intact.

    Bosnian "Pyramids" Update

  • This kind of tale is a staple of the pseudoarchaeology or fantastic archaeology genre.

    The Bosnia-Atlantis Connection

  • How to explain, then, the pervasiveness of pseudoarchaeology on the web?

    Pseudoscience in Cyberspace

  • Heinrich became an active pseudoarchaeology debunker after watching the 1996 television program The Mysterious Origins of Man.

    Pseudoscience in Cyberspace

  • Like Reece, Holeman was under the spell of pseudoarchaeology until he visited an alleged Massachusetts "monolith with indecipherable hieroglyphs" described in von Däniken's Chariots of the Gods.

    Pseudoscience in Cyberspace

  • For in many pseudoarchaeology shows, the villain is archaeology itself.

    Far Out Television

  • Listed below, then, are those few that specifically address pseudoarchaeology from a critical perspective.

    Far Out Television

  • The learned community generally dismisses Hancock's claims as pseudoscience and pseudoarchaeology, but it truly is fascinating stuff, whether you consider it based on fact or simply wildly imaginative fiction.

    Dark Roasted Blend

  • Celeste Wallander is at American University now. the leading critic of pseudoarchaeology

    Ask MetaFilter

  • Kenneth Feder at CCSU (~100k from Boston) is the leading critic of pseudoarchaeology (Atlantis, von Daniken, Norse in Minnesota, that kind of thing)

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