The founder of the Pleistocene Coalition is John Feliks, whose paper Phi in the Acheulian, which showed that man knew the Golden Mean 400,000 years ago, sparked some interest on here a few months ago. The other founder members include Virginia Steen-McIntyre, who has been up against Das Klub for most of her working life over the archaeological discoveries at Valsequillo. Sam VanLandingham, one of the world's leading diatomists is another founder member, along with Chris Hardaker, the author of The First Americans, and James B. Harrod, a leading expert on prehistoric art, religion and symbol in human evolution.
The aim of the coalition is to challenge the mainstream religio/political agenda and loosen its white knuckled grasp on what the public is allowed to hear about man's true story, his-story.
Here's the blurb from the home page:
We are open to new members of like-minded souls who have published works and or an internet presence ... and The Pleistocene Coalition website is here.* Learn the real story of your Palaeolithic ancestors, a story held back by mainstream science for the sake of an agenda
* Explore and regain confidence in your own ability to think for yourself as a broader range of data becomes available to you
* Finally, join a community of researchers not afraid to challenge those who are stopping the flow of information and ideas. Question any paradigm promoted as "scientific" that is so delicate as to require blocking data in order to appear unchallenged.