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Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Lecture on December 3rd 2013


Advance warning -- on December 3rd I've been asked to give a talk in Moylgrove Village Hall on the subject "Stonehenge, Pembrokeshire and the Ice Age."  Time: 7.30 pm.  If you ask me nicely, I might even be prepared to spend a little time talking about Rhosyfelin.

However, I shall follow the philosophy of this blog -- that is, to test all hypotheses to destruction.  So I shall NOT simply dismiss the quarry hypothesis out of hand, and I'll try to present the evidence and then seek to find the most rational scientific explanations for what we see. 

Everybody welcome (I think the Village Hall committee might charge £3 for entry) -- and a good vigorous debate would be marvellous..........


4 comments:

TonyH said...

Hope you'll be taking some Wild Geese to the Moylgrove Village Hall venue, timed precisely for release at the end of your talk (compare Professor Challenger's pterodactyl, accidentally released to the shock of his London lecture following his epic expedition to The Lost World, according to Arthur Conan Doyle's account, around a hundred years ago).

BRIAN JOHN said...

There are lots of wild geese on the estuary at the moment. I'll try to take one or two of them along, but I don't trust them to stay around. They are probably just resting up before heading even further south before the winter kicks in.....

TonyH said...

Hope you're advertising your talk within the University of Wales Aberystwyth Geography Department (ditto Geology). May be one or two of those "bright young things" ready to take an alert interest......

TonyH said...

And, whilst you're about it, University of Wales Lampeter is even closer to your venue, and they have an Archaeology Department. We must encourage students to have open minds!