Anthropocene Stratotype Specimen
0001900 BCE +\- 1ma
Desert environment of the North Sea, off the coast of Norfolk
This 'Red Sandstone Anthropocene stratotype with GSSP silt inclusion representing a mega coastal city cement dome', is evidence of the great palaeogeological fraud known as the
'Anthropocene Controversy'. The misidentification of climate warming in
the Late Holocene interglacial, and the mistake of the ‘Anthropocene’, was corrected with the designation of the late
Quaternary/Quinary boundary. The Quinary Ice Age epoch may have been avoided if our human ancestors had acted more quickly to prevent the inevitable climatic cooling of the Late Quaternary.
Anthropocene epoch stratotype specimen
c. 0001900 BCE +\- 1ma
This Anthropocene ’stratotype’ specimen is evidence of paleogeological fraud in the misrepresentation of geological evidence during the 'Anthropocene Controversy'. This is the misidentification of human-induced global climatic warming effects in the Late Holocene interglacial. This led to the transitory definition of the ‘Anthropocene’ as a new geological epoch, which was later corrected by the Global Union of Geological Sciences, following the designation of the late Quaternary/Quinary boundary. The Quinary Ice Age epoch has been characterised by global cooling, sea level decline, and sustained glaciation, that may have been avoided if our human ancestors had acted more quickly to prevent the inevitable climatic cooling of the Late Quaternary.