There are an interesting series of blog posts about various ideas about Gobekli Tepe, its archaeology, and an alleged association with the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis on the Lateral Truth blog. They include:
Gobekli Tepe, Part 1: The Background
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, October 22, 2018.
Gobekli Tepe, Part 2: The Archaeology
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, November 5, 2018.
Gobekli Tepe, Part 3: The Alternative Mainstream
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, November 16, 2018.
Gobekli Tepe, Part 4: Animals and Astronomy,
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, November 18, 2018.
Gobekli Tepe: Response To Martin Sweatman,
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, December 6, 2018.
Decoding Looney Tunes with Astronomy: What Does the Bunny Say?
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, December 7, 2018
Martin Sweatman’s Decoding of Prehistory: Incoherent Catastrophe
Rebbeca Bradley, Lateral Truth, January 25, 2019
The above blogs are about:
Sweatman, M.B. and Tsikritsis, D., 2017. Decoding Göbekli Tepe with archaeoastronomy: What does the fox say?. Mediterranean Archaeology & Archaeometry, 17(1)., 233-250.
In the same journal, Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, another paper about a fringe version of a Younger Dryas impact senario is published. The paper is:
Jaye, M., 2019. The flooding of the Mediterranean basin at the Younger–Dryas boundary. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, 19(1), 71–83.
As previously mentioned, Rebbeca Bradley also commented on Michael Jaye’s unique ideas about an Younger Dryas impact causing a truly global flood in:
Michael Jaye’s Just-So Story by Rebbeca Bradley, June 22, 2019
Carl Feagans also published a post on his blog about Micheal Jaye’s paper on the Global World-wide Flood and the Younger Dryas Impact. It is:
The Pseudoarchaeology of Michael Jaye’s Worldwide Flood
Carl Feagans , Archaeology Review, November 18, 2019