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1. Common Sense About Ancient Maps [The Velikovskian $]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 1 No 2 (1993) Home¦ Issue Contents Common Sense About Ancient Maps Charles Ginenthal In 1984, C. Leroy Ellenberger raised the issue of "ice cores" from Greenland and Antarctica as a form of evidence to test Velikovsky's theory, stating that there exists another heretofore generally ignored long-term stratigraphy that bears witness to the times covered by Worlds In Collision. This record resides in the ice caps in the Arctic and Antarctic, which contain a seasonal fluctuation in oxygen isotopes in the water comprising the ice. (1) Ellenberger continues: As a test of Velikovsky's scenario of historical cosmic catastrophes, the initial expectation was that the ice would preserve a series of conspicuous layers of cometary origin at the proper level. Such dust layers are not in evidence, but other signs of catastrophism could take the place of the missing dust. (2) Sean Mewhinney, in his papers "Ice Cores and Common Sense," (Parts 1 and 2 in the January and July, 1990, issues of Catastrophism and Ancient History) ...
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