The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids Part II

”Those that can make you believe in absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Voltaire Dangerous Pseudoarchaeology At long last, this blog post is the second part to The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids. This writing is timely in that we find ourselves overwhelmed by science denialism and fake … Continue reading The Enigma in the Lake: a Critical Inquiry into the Rock Lake Pyramids Part II

Dreams of a Future Past: the Geddes Ocean Liner & Yacht

An Ambitious Design This blog post is another diversion from the typical fare of JaySea Archaeology blog. Outside of the blog posts that discuss maritime pseudoarchaeology, most of the ships covered in this blog represent physical ships that exist or at least existed at one point. Archaeology is inherently the study of the physical, the … Continue reading Dreams of a Future Past: the Geddes Ocean Liner & Yacht

Lightship Milwaukee Breakthrough

"Many wrecks lie waiting to be found, many found wrecks wait to be identified. Only researchers continuing to delve into museums, libraries, and archives can hope to unravel the sinuous threads of history. The rout is long, but there is adventure along the way and satisfaction in discovery. The rewards are intrinsic." Gary Gentile, Shipwrecks of … Continue reading Lightship Milwaukee Breakthrough

Milwaukee’s Missing Lightship LV-95

What does Missing Mean? When confronted with the words "Missing Ship" we usually conjure up the dramatic mental image of a ship trying to make its way through a terrific storm only to eventually be overcome by the seas and plunge to the bottom never to be seen again. In the case of LV-95, the ship … Continue reading Milwaukee’s Missing Lightship LV-95