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1. The Origin Of The Moon [The Velikovskian $]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 2 No 3 (1994) Home¦ Issue Contents The Origin Of The Moon Charles Ginenthal The origin of the Moon has been an extremely controversial problem among astronomers and geophysicists for a long time. There are, at present, four major theories under consideration by members of the astrophysical community. Each of the four groups of advocates has been attempting to show that the evidence for its position is strongest and that the other concepts are fundamentally unfounded. In this contest of hypotheses, Velikovsky has interpreted the mythology and arrived at the conclusion that the Moon was captured recently by the Earth and set into its present orbit. In "Earth Without a Moon," Velikovsky states: Democritus and Anaxagoras taught that there was a time when the Earth was without the Moon. Aristotle wrote that Arcadia in Greece, before being inhabited by the Hellenes, had a population of Pelasgians, and that these aborigines occupied the land already before there was a Moon in the sky above the Earth; for this reason, they were called Proselenes [people ...
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2. The Earth Without the Moon [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... to counter this psalm with the myth of the first chapter of Genesis, a tale brought down from exotic and later sources. The memory of a world without a moon lives in oral tradition among the Indians. The Indians of the Bogota highlands in the eastern Cordilleras of Colombia relate some of their tribal reminiscences to the time before there was a moon. ? In the earliest times, when the moon was not yet in the heavens,? say the tribesmen of Chibchas. (9) There are currently three theories of the origin of the moon: 1) The Moon originated at the same time as the Earth, being formed substantially from the same material, aggregating and solidifying. 2) The Moon was formed not in the vicinity of the Earth, but in a different part of the solar system, and was later captured by the Earth. 3) The Moon was originally a portion of the terrestrial crust and was torn out, leaving behind the bed of the Pacific. All three theories claim the presence of the Moon on an orbit around ...
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... evidence is needed. At one point someone from the floor asked how much remanent magnetism (RM) the moon was thought to have had prior to Apollo. The answer was none at all, or extremely little. No one disputed the fact that previous theory had provided no clue. No one disputed the stated assumption that the RM had been acquired, astronomically speaking, very early. Enormous Burden of Doubt Again on November 10, 197 1, I attended a Physics Colloquium at UCSD where Urey reviewed "Evidence Relating to the Origin of the Moon." He opened with the statement: "I do not know the origin of the moon, I'm not sure of my own or any other's models, I'd lay odds against any of the models proposed being correct." The impression thereafter was that an enormous burden of doubt obviously underlies the thinking of all these scientists. (I recalled hearing J. R. Arnold refer ironically and modestly to the earlier certitude with which he himself used to make speeches only a few years ago.) Urey made ...
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... beginning, the Moon lived along the swampy shore but found the leeches insufferable. She persuaded the dugong that they should take to the sky. The dugong argued that they would have to die in so doing, but the Moon insisted that she would only drop her bones temporarily and then grow new ones (presumably the phases of the Moon). The presence of the sea-cow in this mythical song and dance cycle points, however, to a possible Venusian origin (around 3400 B. P); the elements indicating a terrestrial origin of the Moon off the edge of Australia (not necessarily the present waters of Australia) may be an archaic element juxtaposed with an explanation of the Moon's phases, and with later contacts between the Moon and the planet Venus (the sea cow, the lotus flower, and the evening star-all are joined together in the chants). Even so, the juxtaposition points to a confusion of history, not of reality: that is, both the Moon and the Evening Star were born in the early memorial generations of the tribe ...
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... of paper have been consumed in printing explanations of something that was not generally expected from theories other than Velikovsky's. THERMAL GRADIENT Because of the cosmic violence to which the Moon was subjected in historical times, Velikovsky suggested that heat should still be flowing strongly from the interior to the surface. This was not the generally held view, although one Russian measurement from space indicated this possibility. 114 Urey, at best, tended toward exaggeration when .he insisted that this, too, was what everybody expected. 115 Urey's own theory of the origin of the Moon, which lunar research has now shown to be invalid, would not necessarily indicate this either. Some theorists expected a slight heat flow due to internal radioactivity but the measured heat flow is much greater than expected even from this process. ARGON Velikovsky's work led him to believe that argon may be an important component of the atmosphere of Mars. (On argon in the Martian atmosphere, see KRONOS, Vol. 1, No. 3, Fall, 1975, pp. 88-90.) Assuming this conclusion to ...
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... under the surface: "Since the moon was heated and its surface became molten only a few thousand years ago, the temperature gradient under the surface crust will show, to some depth, a mounting curve." (My communiqué to Prof. H.H. Hess, Guyot Hall, Princeton University, dated July 2, 1969). Such a gradient was detected over two years later by the Apollo 15 team and startled the theorists --the outflow of heat was almost three times more than expected by those who hold to the hot origin of the moon; those who hold to the cold origin of the moon are baffled even more. The hydrocarbons that have been deposited on the moon in an earlier cosmic event (Worlds in Collision, part I, "Venus") must have "in a subsequent melting of the ground" converted "into carbides or carbonates." Small quantities of hydrocarbons and organic carbon were found in lunar material (and surprised the researchers); and substantial quantities of carbides have been found too, and created a problem. Radioactivity ...
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7. The Moon [Kronos $]
... consumed in printing explanations of something that was not generally expected from theories other than Velikovsky's. Thermal Gradient Because of the cosmic violence that the Moon was subjected to in historical times, Velikovsky suggested that heat should still be flowing strongly from the interior to the surface. This was not the generally held view, although one Russian measurement from space indicated this possibility.{10} Urey, at best, tended toward exaggeration when he insisted that this, too, was what everybody expected.{11} Urey's own theory of the origin of the Moon, which lunar research has now shown to be invalid, would not necessarily indicate this either. Some theorists expected a slight heat flow due to internal radioactivity, but the measured heat flow is much greater than expected even from this process. Argon Velikovsky's work led him to believe that Argon must be an important component of the atmosphere of Mars.* Assuming this conclusion to be valid, he reasoned that interactions of the Moon with Mars could have left argon in excessive amounts on the Moon; and this would ...
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... on earth, yet certainly smaller than Mauna Loa in cross-section measured half way from the bottom of the ocean. I would not shrink even from thinking of them as gigantic mesas: some of the shapes in your drawings have this form. A great volcanic activity took place in the Pacific at an early age. Large stretches of lava in its bottom (Pettersson), and huge quantities of ashes indicate this. The moon with its large craters and dried seas of lava comes into mind (without agreeing with the theory of the origin of the moon from the bed of the Pacific). Your idea of the guyots being islands submerged ca. 500 fathoms (3,000 feet) is well supported by the findings of M. Ewing in the Atlantic (sand beaches submerged 3 miles, or 15,000 feet). The explanation of isostatic subsidence of the oceanic floor weighed with accruing sediment requires enormous amounts of this sediment and, I ask myself, whether the figures would hold this portion of the theory. You assume that the oceanic area would ...
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9. In the Beginning -- A Review [The Velikovskian $]
... the planetary deity, Uranus, that ruled prior to Saturn, Velikovsky very tentatively offers that "[ i t is not unthinkable that sometime before the age the record of ancient civilizations reaches, Uranus, together with Neptune, Saturn and Jupiter, formed a quadruple system that was captured by the Sun and from which the planets of the solar system had their origin," but, Velikovsky hastens to add "here nothing but imagination takes over where tradition based on witnessing does not reach." In discussing the earliest event, the origin of the Moon (as originally proposed by Thomas See) based on the capture method, Velikovsky is on reasonably safe astronomical ground with established theory --except for his time scale --which has always been one of the strongest negative considerations with respect to his work. As Richard S. Lewis points out in From Vinland to Mars (New York, 1976), p. 306: One of the curious consequences of lunar exploration so far is that in spite of the mass of physical evidence accumulated about the Moon since 1964, there ...
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10. Origin Of The Moon Debated [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 42: Nov-Dec 1985 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Origin Of The Moon Debated In October of 1984, the Conference on the Origin of the Moon convenved in Kona, HI. The clear favorite among the four contending hypotheses was the earth-impact scenario, which may be stated as follows: "Near the end of the Earth's accretion, after its core had formed and while the growing planet was still molten, an object at least the size of Mars smashed into it at an oblique angle. The cataclysm put large quantities of vaporized or partially vaporized impactor and Earth into orbit. The primitive Moon formed from that material." Conferees turned thumbs down on the theory that the moon was captured by the earth. Still not ruled out are the double-planet hypothesis (earth and moon accreted in their present configuration) and the fission-from-earth theory. (Taylor, G. Jeffrey; "Lunar Origin Meeting Favors Impact Theory," Geotimes, 30:16, April 1985.) ...
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11. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... Orientation of the Pyramids, The Origami of Species, The origin of the sacred 260 day calendar of the early Mesoamerican civilisations: a hypothesis, The Origin and Decay of the Earth's Geomagnetic Field, The Origin and Evolution of the Comets and Other Small Bodies in the Solar System*, The Origin Map, The Origin of Certain Unexplained Depressions, The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind by Julian Jaynes, The Origin of Earth and Moon: Colliding Theories Origin of Velikovsky's Comet, The Origin Of Language, The Origin Of The Moon, The Origins of Modern Geological Theory, The Origins of the Latin God Mars, The Origins of the Red Dragon Symbol? Origins of the Spartan State in the New Chronology, The Origins of the Zodiac and some Horological Problems Origins-- Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth- by James E. StrickIing, Jr. Origins: Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth- by James E. StrickIing, Jr. Origins: Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth by James E. Strickling Orion Mystery by Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert ...
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... 21 June 1902), 433. 16. 87 Sci. Amer. (26 July 1902), 54. 17. 87 Sci. Amer. (27 Sep. 1902), 203. 18. M. J. S. Johnston and F. J. Mauk, 239 Nature (29 Sept. 1972), 266-7. 19. Op. cit. 682. 20. J. R. Heirtsler et al., 65 Amer. Sci.( 1977), 466-72. 21. "Place of Origin of the Moon: The Volcanic Problem," 15 J. Geol. (1907), 23-38. 22. "Origin of the Moon from the Earth: Some New Mechanisms and Comparisons," 74 J. Geophys Res. (15 Nov. 1969), 6038. 23. Ibid., 6044.; TABLE OF CONTENTS Quantavolution.Org E-MAIL: contact@quantavolution.org ...
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13. CHAOS AND CREATION: Bibliography [Quantavolution Website]
... Fundamentals of Geology, Moscow, 321-6. Occidens, Stella (1888), "Moon Lore and Eclipse Superstition," 11 Knowledge (January 2), 51-2; repr. in Corliss, Compiler, Strange Universe, Vol. AI-13-14, Source Book Project, Glen Arm, Md. O'Gheoghan, Brendan (1978), "Cosmic Imagery from the Time of Joseph,' S. I. S. Newsletter, No. 2 (July), 8-9. O'Keefe, John A. (1966), "The Origin of the Moon and the Core of the Earth" in B. G. Marsden& A. G. W. Cameron, The Earth-Moon System. Plenum, New York, 224-33.---- (1973), "After Apollo: Fission Origin of the Moon," 29 Science and Public Affairs, (November), 26-29.---- (1978), "The Tektite Problem," 239 Scientific American, (August), 116. Olson, E. A. (1974 ...
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14. James E. Strickling's Origins [SIS Internet Digest $]
... Price: $17.95. Shipping& Handling: USA $2.50, Foreign $3.50. Contents Foreword by Dwardu Cardona Preface, Introduction. PART ONE: Creationism, Evolution, and Catastrophism The Uniformitarianism-catastrophism Controversy The Creationists: Rebels Without a Cause? Darwinism: A Barrier To Evolution Noah's Flood: A Problem For Both Camps PART TWO: Origins And Nonorigins: New Perspectives The Signature of Catastrophe: The Origin and Nonorigin of The Geological Record The Path of Life: A History of Interruption Whence Homo? The Origin of Language The Mysterious Origin of the Moon-- and the Nonmoon of Genesis In the Beginning The Origin of the Races of Homo Sapiens: A Case of Rapid Divergent Nonevolution The Tower of Babel and the Catastrophic Nonorigin of Language Diversity Sodom, Gomorrah, and the Electrological Origin of The Dead Sea Depression Archaeo-electrics: A Once-occasional Factor in The Origin of Holy Writ Afterword, The Uncertain Depth of History Appendix: Archaeo-electrics in the Origins of Christianity Index. ...
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15. The Coming Revolution In Planetology [Science Frontiers Website]
... by meteoric impact on the earth cannot be reconciled with physical principles and is to be abandoned. The only viable alternative is origin by lunar volcanism, which implies the following: continuance of (rare) explosive lunar volcanism to the present time; existence of silicic lunar volcanism and of small patches of silicic rock at the lunar surface; a body of rock in the lunar interior, probably at great depth, which is closely similar to the earth's mantle and which contains billions of tons of volatiles, probably including hydrogen; and the origin of the moon from the earth after the formation of the earth's core."" Editor's Note. This article by John O'Keefe puts forth a viewpoint with which most planetologists disagree strongly. On the ground that a fresh airing of the long-standing discussion on lunar volcanism is appropriate, Eos offers this article, untouched by editors or referees, and awaits reply by readers." O'Keefe's article reviews considerable evidence supporting his two points: for Point One; crater dimensions and frequencies, craters with dark floors, lunar soil constituents; and ...
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16. SOLARIA BINARIA: BIBILIOGRAPHY [Quantavolution Website]
... ," New Scientist 73 (24 Mar.), pp. 689-92 Obayashi, Tatsuko (1975), "Energy Build-Up and Release Mechanisms in Solar and Auroral Flares," Solar Physics 40, pp. 217-26 Oberbeck, V. R., et al. (1977), "Comparative Studies of Lunar, Martian, and Mercurian Craters and Plains," J. Geoph. Res. 82 (10 Apr.), pp. 1681-97 O'Keefe, John A. (1973), "After Apollo: Fission Origin of the Moon," Science and Public Affairs 29, no. 9 (Nov.), pp. 26-9---(1978), "The Tektite Problem," Scientific American 239, no. 2 (Aug.), pp. 116-25 Oparin, A. I. (1953), The Origin of Life, tr. Sergius Morgulis (Dover; New York) Orville, Richard E. (1968), "Photograph of a Close Lightning Flash," Science 162 (8 Nov. ...
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17. Index of Authors [Uncategorised]
... Crackpots and Henry Bauer Charles Ginenthal, Reflections Of The Persian Wars Charles Ginenthal, Reply to Earl Milton Charles Ginenthal, Response To Raspil Charles Ginenthal, Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins Charles Ginenthal, Scientists, Journalists and Editors As Suppressors Charles Ginenthal, Scientists, Journalists and Editors as Suppressors (Part II) Charles Ginenthal, Stars, Galaxies and Electro-Gravitic Theory Charles Ginenthal, The Electro-gravitic Theory of Celestial Motion Charles Ginenthal, The Flood Charles Ginenthal, The Moon In Upheaval Charles Ginenthal, The Nature of Venus' Heat Charles Ginenthal, The Origin Of The Moon Charles Ginenthal, The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory Charles Ginenthal, The Surface Of Venus-- "A Newborn Babe" Charles Ginenthal, The Youthful Atmosphere Of Venus Charles Ginenthal, William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky Charles H. Hapgood, The Punctuation Marks of Geological History Charles H. Seitz, The Sacred Mountain Charles McDowell, Solomon's Temple: An Astronomical Observatory Charles McDowell, The Egyptian Prince Moses Charles Raspil, Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity Charles Raspil, Observations of ...
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... 43) that tidal friction in the plastic or still-molten body of Venus would, by the laws of Cassini, tend to reduce the eccentricity of the orbit to minimize energy losses. Rose and Vaughan have reported (Pensee, May, 1972, p. 43) calculations indicating that the orbital changes for Mars, Venus, and the earth required by Worlds in Collision are not at all impossible in the context of conventional celestial mechanics. Elsewhere (Science Journal, May, 1969, p. 53) Lyttleton, discussing "The Origin of the Moon," has shown that a distant third body, such as the sun, might play a major role in rounding-out an eccentric orbit in a surprisingly short period of time. Also, it seems unlikely that Velikovsky would have such a large following among physicists and engineers if intuition suggested to all of them that this problem has no acceptable solution. Nevertheless, much work remains to be done, and Sagan's skepticism on this point seems entirely in keeping with the present state of affairs. Personally, I find most ...
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19. Index of Titles [Uncategorised]
... Henry Bauer Ginenthal, Charles: Reflections Of The Persian Wars Ginenthal, Charles: Reply to Earl Milton Ginenthal, Charles: Response To Raspil Ginenthal, Charles: Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins Ginenthal, Charles: Scientists, Journalists and Editors As Suppressors Ginenthal, Charles: SCIENTISTS, JOURNALISTS AND EDITORS AS SUPPRESSORS (PART II) Ginenthal, Charles: Stars, Galaxies and Electro-Gravitic Theory Ginenthal, Charles: The Flood Ginenthal, Charles: The Moon In Upheaval Ginenthal, Charles: The Nature of Venus' Heat Ginenthal, Charles: The Origin Of The Moon Ginenthal, Charles: The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory Ginenthal, Charles: The Surface Of Venus-- "A Newborn Babe" Ginenthal, Charles: The Youthful Atmosphere Of Venus Ginenthal, Charles: William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky Ginenthal, Charles: The Electro-gravitic Theory of Celestial Motion Goldberg, Jeremy: DAVID, SOLOMON& ARCHAEOLOGY: Revised Chronologies Compared Goodman, W. L.: The Beaker Folk, Survivors of Catastrophe? Gordon, Cyrus: Oedipus and Akhnaton Graham, ...
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20. The Velikovskian [SIS Internet Digest $]
... And Solar System Stability by Charles Ginenthal Old World Maps --A Response To Charles Ginenthal by Norman Schwarz Analysis of Old World Maps by Charles Ginenthal Part II: Ice Core Evidence by Charles Ginenthal Trisms And Planetary Iconography by Charles Raspil Scientists, Journalists And Editors as Suppressors (Part II) by Charles Ginenthal Volume II Number 3 (1994) June 15, 762 BCE: A Mathematical Analysis of Ancient History by Robert T. Russell The Kensington Runestone, John Whittaker and The Skeptical Inquirer (Part I&II) by Alice Miller The Origin of the Moon by Charles Ginenthal The History of The Revisionist Debate: A Personal View by Martin Sieff Volume II Number 4 (1994) The Flood by Charles Ginenthal A Lowering Chronology for the Twelfth Century Dynasty by Lynn E. Rose Ice Core Evidence by Charles Ginenthal Spatters and Planetary Iconography by Charles Raspil Response to Raspil by Charles Ginenthal Volume III Number 1 (1997) Cyrus and the Mardian/Amardian Dethroner of the -6th Century Medes and Aziru the Martu/Amurru (Amorite) Dethroner of the -14th Century Mitanni, by ...
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21. Untitled [Uncategorised]
... Flood [Velikov Vol0204 Ginenthal, Charles: Ice Core Evidence [Velikov Vol0204 Ginenthal, Charles: In the Beginning --a Review [Velikov Vol0101 Ginenthal, Charles: Is Space A Superconducting Medium? [Velikov Vol0102 Ginenthal, Charles: James Hutton: A Non-inductive, Theological Catastrophist [Velikov Vol0103 Ginenthal, Charles: Mars in Upheaval [Aeon Vol0104 Ginenthal, Charles: Moon in Upheaval [Velikov Vol0101 Ginenthal, Charles: Nature of Venus' Heat [Velikov Vol0103 Ginenthal, Charles: Oberg's Unscientific Method [Velikov Vol0104 Ginenthal, Charles: Origin of the Moon [Velikov Vol0203 Ginenthal, Charles: Proof of A Celestial Counterforce to Gravity [Velikov Vol0103 Ginenthal, Charles: Pseudo-scientists, Cranks, Crackpots and Henry Bauer [Velikov Vol0101 Ginenthal, Charles: Reflections of the Persian Wars [Velikov Vol0101 Ginenthal, Charles: Reply to Earl Milton [Aeon Vol0103 Ginenthal, Charles: Response to Raspil [Velikov Vol0204 Ginenthal, Charles: Scientific Dating Methods in Ruins [Velikov Vol0201 Ginenthal, Charles: Scientists, Journalists and Editors As Suppressors [Velikov Vol0201 Ginenthal, Charles: Scientists ...
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22. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... belt and it could be the source of long-period comets instead of the Oort cloud. More on the Moon Scientific American July 1994, pp. 26-33, New Scientist 23.4.94, p. 16, 16.7.94, pp. 25 and 28 and 14.1.95, p. 16, Science 264:1666, 1994, Nature 369:713, 1994, Astronomy October 1994, pp. 30-35 25 years after the first man set foot on the Moon there are quite a few new observations and theories about our satellite. Early ideas for the origin of the Moon, such as capture of a fully formed Moon from elsewhere in the Solar System, fission from an early Earth while it was spinning very fast and a double planet hypothesis which suggests that both bodies formed together in the planetary dust cloud, gave way to a general consensus that the Moon was formed from debris flung into orbit after a collision between the Earth and another body. This idea that the Moon formed after a glancing impact of a planet sized object was proposed by a geologist, Daly, in 1946 ...
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23. Letters [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... on earth, yet certainly smaller than Mauna Loa in cross-section measured half way from the bottom of the ocean. I would not shrink even from thinking of them as gigantic mesas: some of the shapes in your drawings have this form. A great volcanic activity took place in the Pacific at an early age. Large stretches of lava in its bottom (Pettersson), and huge quantities of ashes indicate this. The moon with its large craters and dried seas of lava comes into mind (without agreeing with the theory of the origin of the moon from the bed of the Pacific). Your idea of the guyots being islands submerged ca. 500 fathoms (3,000 feet) is well supported by the findings of M. Ewing in the Atlantic (sand beaches submerged 3 miles, or 15,000 feet). The explanation of isostatic subsidence of the oceanic floor weighed with accruing sediment requires enormous amounts of this sediment and, I ask myself, whether the figures would hold this portion of the theory. You assume that the oceanic area would ...
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24. Corneille à l'Orange and Other Canards [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... frequency is supplied by the natural resonance frequency of caesium-133, namely, 9192.6 MHZ. I would also like to take this opportunity to retract an argument of mine which appeared in SISR III:4, p. 85, and SISR IV:4, p. 84. Despite the several errors that Keister and Hamilton made in their paper(1) and defence,(2) they were correct that a Lyttleton-type fissioning is irrelevant to the purported origin of Venus from Jupiter. I now realize after studying O'Keefe's work on the origin of the Moon by the fission of proto-Earth,(3) that once a dense core forms in a rotating body it would no longer participate in a fissioning such as that contemplated by Lyttleton and O'Keefe. Clearly, if Venus originated from a Jovian planet by fission, the rocky body observed today would be the residue from a much larger body after most of the volatiles had been dissipated to space. It is practically inconceivable for a Jovian planet, which today most likely possesses a rocky core, to have been undifferentiated so ...
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25. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... to communicate directly with others having similar interests and would do much to stimulate the "Velikovsky debate". Tentative ideas, which might not otherwise see the light of day, could be exchanged in a much more informal manner with little feeling of embarrassment, and once they had been developed, could well make an article for Workshop or the Review. As an example, Mr Livingstone offers the question of the asteroids- remnants of a destroyed planet? Members wishing to join in a discussion by correspondence on this subject or on the origin of the Moon are asked to write directly to: David Livingstone, "Ferndale ", Somerton Hill, LANGPORT. Somerset, England. "Super Lightning on Saturn" source: Daily Telegraph 1.9.81 Voyager Two scientists have announced the discovery of immensely powerful bolts of lightning emanating from Saturn's "B" ring. The energy pulses in this lightning range from 100 to 1000 megawatts (cf. the normal energy output of a power station at c. 300 megawatts). A "tentative explanation" has been put forward for this ...
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