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Internation Space Station comes together
A beatiful animation/timeline.

Internation Space Station comes together

A beatiful animation/timeline.

Phantom Time Hypothesis (by Michæl Paukner)

When Dr. Hans-Ulrich Niemitz  introduces his paper on the “phantom time hypothesis”, he kindly asks  his readers to be patient, benevolent, and open to radically new ideas,  because his claims are highly unconventional. This is because his paper  is suggesting three difficult-to-believe propositions: 1) Hundreds of  years ago, our calendar was polluted with 297 years which never  occurred; 2) this is not the year 2010, but rather 1713; and 3) The  purveyors of this hypothesis are not crackpots.
The  Phantom Time Hypothesis suggests that the early Middle Ages (614-911  A.D.) never happened, but were added to the calendar long ago either by  accident, by misinterpretation of documents, or by deliberate  falsification by calendar conspirators. This would mean that all  artifacts ascribed to those three centuries belong to other periods, and  that all events thought to have occurred during that same period  occurred at other times, or are outright fabrications.
read more:Did the Early Middle Ages Really Exist? by Dr. Hans-Ulrich Niemitzwww.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/volatile/Niemitz-1997.pdf
Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_time_hypothesis

Isn’t this totally fool?

Phantom Time Hypothesis (by Michæl Paukner)

When Dr. Hans-Ulrich Niemitz introduces his paper on the “phantom time hypothesis”, he kindly asks his readers to be patient, benevolent, and open to radically new ideas, because his claims are highly unconventional. This is because his paper is suggesting three difficult-to-believe propositions: 1) Hundreds of years ago, our calendar was polluted with 297 years which never occurred; 2) this is not the year 2010, but rather 1713; and 3) The purveyors of this hypothesis are not crackpots.

The Phantom Time Hypothesis suggests that the early Middle Ages (614-911 A.D.) never happened, but were added to the calendar long ago either by accident, by misinterpretation of documents, or by deliberate falsification by calendar conspirators. This would mean that all artifacts ascribed to those three centuries belong to other periods, and that all events thought to have occurred during that same period occurred at other times, or are outright fabrications.

read more:
Did the Early Middle Ages Really Exist? by Dr. Hans-Ulrich Niemitz
www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/volatile/Niemitz-1997.pdf

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phantom_time_hypothesis

Isn’t this totally fool?