Robert Schoch PhD Geology & Geophysics Boston University
Dr. Robert M. Schoch is an associate professor of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. He received a BA in Anthropology and a BS in Geology from George Washington University. He was awarded MS and PhD degrees in Geology and Geophysics from Yale University. His is interested in geology, paleontology, evolution, environment protection, ancient Egypt, world prehistoric cultures.
Shoch is best known for his argument that the great Sphinx of Gaza is much older than conventionally thought. In 1991 he redated the famous monument to 10,000-5000BC and revealed to the world that the history of mankind is much older and much greater. As a scholar and proponent of the existence of ancient civilizations he has become popular and referred to in all over the world including Egypt, Turkey, Bosna, Peru, Chile, Mexico, Wales, England and Japan. His documentary Mystery of the Sphinx first aired by NBS in New York was the Emmy award winner.
Dr. Schoch’s books and publications have been translated into many languages – Voices of the Rocks: A Scientist Looks at Catastrophes and Ancient Civilizations; Forgotten Civilization, The Role of Solar Outbursts in our Past and Future; Voyages of the Pyramid Builders: The True Origins of the Pyramids from Lost Egypt to Ancient America; The Parapsychology Revolution: A Concise Anthology of Paranormal and Psychical Research; Pyramid Quest: Secrets of the Great Pyramid and the Dawn of Civilization; Stratigraphy: Principles and Methods.
Dr. Schoch is a co-author of many other books in the history of ancient civilizations, environmental issues, theology, geophysics and geology.
On 28.11.2014 Dr. Shoch was awarded the title of Honorary Professor at Nikola Y. Vaptsarov Naval Academy by the Academic Council.