Fomenko's method is really curious. He substantially follows a math / statistical approach to historiography and from this, after finding [or not] a lot of correlations, he suggests that periods far in time [in reality] are actually contemporary or well more near.
In a certain sense he's a fruit of this era, when we use software to analyze the "background noise" of internet to detect this or that. He does something similar, obtaining really absurd results.
I'm locking this thread because the last four posts were all added after the two year cut off point and some of those new posts didn't really add any value to the thread. As always, members can start new threads on the same subject, but don't resurrect threads that have been dead for more than two years.