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101. Monitor [SIS C&C Review $]
... From: SIS Chronology& Catastrophism Review 1997:1 (Oct 1997) Home¦ Issue Contents Monitor ASTRONOMY An ordered Universe Science Frontiers No.110, Mar-Apr 1997, p. 2 Galactic clusters should be distributed at random according to Big Bang theory but recent observations indicate that they are strangely ordered. Astronomers are forced to conclude that 'there must exist some hitherto unknown process that produces regular structure on large scales'. Mistake solves problem New Scientist 22.2.97, p. 17 We have previously reported the problem for astronomers that the Universe appears ... be younger than its oldest stars. Now the problem is solved. Apparantly the method used to calculate cosmic distances was flawed. How convenient! Of comets, crashes and hydrocarbons New Scientist 18.1.97, p. 10 and 22.3.97, p. 18, Washington Post 3.6.96 When comet Shoemaker-Levy crashed into Jupiter in 1994 it was not the first time such an event had been witnessed from Earth. 300 years ago Cassini noted the sudden appearance of a spot which underwent changes in shape similar to those observed after the recent impact. Our most ...
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102. SIS Internet Digest 2002 Number 2 [SIS Internet Digest $]
... !.. 6 Genesis Research& Education Foundation.. 6 Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative.. 6 The Amarna Tablets.. 7 Celestial fireworks.. 7 Perilous Planet Earth.. 11 The Celestial Clock.. 11 The Origin Map.. 11 Bye Bye Big Bang: Hello Reality.. 11 Hannes Alfvén (1908-1995).. 12 Update on Nabta Stone Circle.. 14 The Art of Insight.. 14 Association for Skeptical Investigations.. 14 Science texts not always by the book.. 15 Sun offers ... 'trick or treat'.. 15 Mysterious Earth.. 15 Big planets form in cosmic flash.. 15 "Antigravity" Beamship?.. 16 Underwater man-made wall.. 16 Is Rock Art a Sign of Universal Language?.. 16 Rockart at the Centro Camuno di Studi Preistoric i.. 16 Speed of light has changed.. 16 Second Law of Thermodynamics broken.. 16.. SIS Message Forum.. 17 SIS Conference 2002: Ages still in Chaos.. 17 Conferences.. 18.. ...
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103. Lessons in Humility? [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... not, however, hold their breath for an English edition of the book. It is thoroughly based on current mainstream uniformitarian thinking; however, this is tempered with a vein of frankness. It is intriguing to learn, for instance, that the currently all-conquering "Big Bang" cosmology will not explain the observed ratio of material particles to photons, or the absence of anti-matter or even how (with the isotropic distribution of matter demanded by the theory) galaxies ever came into existence at all. But these are questions which will ... answered with time; meanwhile, we do at least "know" that Venus' temperature derives from a Treibhauseffekt. Breuer, clearly upset at sharing a publisher with Velikovsky, is responsible for a recently perpetrated review of his stable-companion in a German science journal. At a loss to understand the extremes taken by his American counterparts, he professes "enlightened tolerance"; this, however, does not prevent him from classing Velikovsky as "documentary science fiction", or from proclaiming that, according to Velikovsky, manna and vermin fell ...
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104. The Comet and the Future of Science [Thunderbolts Website]
... their hold on scientific imagination? By following the evidence, one will confront the single most costly theoretical mistake of the twentieth century: the belief that we live in an electrically sterile universe. When that mistake is corrected, the universe will no longer resemble the “big picture” that dominates popular science. And the disappearance of the big bang, black holes, dark matter, dark energy, and neutron stars from the lexicon of astronomy will be a mere beginning. home updates news and views picture of the day resources team ... role for you contact us EXECUTIVE EDITORS: David Talbott, Wallace Thornhill MANAGING EDITOR: David Talbott CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Mel Acheson, Michael Armstrong, Dwardu Cardona, Ev Cochrane, C.J. Ransom, Don Scott, Rens van der Sluijs, Ian Tresman WEBMASTER: Brian Talbott Copyright 2006: thunderbolts.info ...
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105. Stephan’s Quintet Rekindles Controversy [Thunderbolts Website]
... of the Hubble image. Its redshift suggests it is receding much less rapidly (~ 800 km/s) and therefore must be considerably closer to us. Astronomers such as the Burbidges and Halton Arp argued that the discordant redshift of this galaxy invalidates the cornerstone of Big Bang and expanding-universe cosmology: the assumption that redshift gives a reliable basis for calculating velocity and deducing present distance. For many years the issue was downplayed, but the contradictions couldn't be resolved. Then, in the year 2000, based on images from the Hubble ... telescope, expanding-universe astronomers claimed individual stars could only be seen in the 'close' galaxy, NGC 7320, thereby proving that NGC 7320 lay in front of the four interacting background galaxies. But this was not the end of the story. As can be seen in the Hubble image (linked above), the 'close' galaxy does indeed show more details than the cores of the other members of the group. But it is also apparent that the resolution of NGC 7320 and the interaction debris encircling the 'background galaxies' NGC 7318A ...
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106. A NEW QUASAR DISTANCE RECORD: A NEW EMBARRASSMENT [Science Frontiers Website]
... : A NEW EMBARRASSMENT A quasar has been detected with a redshift of 4.73. If this redshift is interpreted as a measure of the quasar's distance (Who would risk his reputation by suggesting otherwise?), it is 14 or billion light years away. If the Big Bang is assumed (Who would risk ..etc?), this quasar is only about a billion light years from the edge of the universe. Its age, then, is only a billion years. But this stripling of a quasar appears perfectly "normal" ... no signs of youth! Its spectrum indicates that even at this young age, the elements were present in the same abundances found in older quasars. And, of course, at this quasar's core there must be a billion-solar-mass black hole (Who would risk ..etc.?). Current theory is hardpressed to explain this very rapid evolution of a "normal" quasar with its immense black hole. (Peterson, I.; "Quasar Illuminates the Most Distant Past," Science News, 136: 340, 1989.) ...
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107. Science Frontiers #151, Jan - Feb 2004 [Science Frontiers Website]
... : Jan- Feb 2004 Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues Last Issue Next Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Contents Archaeology 7,000-year-old circles in Modern Crop Fields Fingers Lost and Found Astronomy Not Enough TNOs (Trans-Neptunian Objects= KBOs Kuiper-Belt Objects) Was the Big Bang Dodecahedral? Biology Thickening the Ocean's Biomass Sponging on Sponges What else is Meant to Be? Geology Building a Fire with Wood 45 Million Years old The Shrinking of Chicxulub Geophysics The Deadliest Forest Fire in American History The Yellowstone-Lake Bulge Want Big Waves for Surfing? ... Hawaii and Australia! Anomalous Auroral Flashes Psychology Why Sleep? If we must Sleep, Why must we Dream too? Chemistry Lab-made Microfossils Other Sites of Interest SIS. Catastrophism, archaeoastronomy, ancient history, mythology and astronomy. Lobster. The journal of intelligence and political conspiracy (CIA, FBI, JFK, MI5, NSA, etc) Homeworking.com. Free resource for people thinking about working at home. ABC dating and personals. For people looking for relationships. Place your ad free. ...
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108. Is a singularity worse than a spinning cosmos? [Science Frontiers Website]
... All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Is a singularity worse than a spinning cosmos? Whence the untold billions of stars and galaxies that brighten our night skies? From a "singularity," that's where-- from an infinitely small point in space. The Big Bang hypothesis requires this abandonment of common sense. Both mathematicians and cosmologists instinctively hate singularities. The latter have been trying to exorcise theirs for years. Recently, S. Carneiro, a Brazilian physicist, proposed a way to get rid of this natal singularity but ... the expanding universe. First, he assumes that the universe has been around for an indefinitely (infinitely?) long time, thereby eliminating the problem of origin. Furthermore, this universe was rotating. About 11 billion years ago this spinning universe was transformed into the expanding universe we see today via that clever cosmologists' ploy called a "vacuum phase transition." Carneiro shows how the rotation of the universe-as-a-whole was converted into overall expansion in a paper submitted to the journal Classical and Quantum Gravity. But even if all of Carneiro's ...
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109. Conference: Our Violent Solar System [SIS Internet Digest $]
... in sympathy when he reported which astronomical journal had rejected which of his observations. For example: "And this one was finally published in the Armenian Astronomical Journal." [Amy notes: It's good to know that Armenia will know before the western countries that the Big Bang was a Big Waste of Effort, isn't it? Arp also touched briefly on how his reconstruction affects Einstein's theories. In the written version of his paper, he puts it simply (?) as G(sub mu nu) terms are 0 in ... famous G(sub mu nu)= T(sub mu nu). He calls the equation a tautological conservation of momentum/energy which destroys the basis of traditional relativity. If that's not simple to you, he also says it in words: Space is flat-- curved space and curved time are distortions introduced by the Expanding Universe interpretation of redshift. There is a universal time and universal coordinate system. He also adds that "dark" or "missing matter" is eliminated as a problem because galaxy masses judged ...
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110. Stephan’s Quintet Rekindles Controversy [Thunderbolts Website]
... of the Hubble image. Its redshift suggests it is receding much less rapidly (~ 800 km/s) and therefore must be considerably closer to us. Astronomers such as the Burbidges and Halton Arp argued that the discordant redshift of this galaxy invalidates the cornerstone of Big Bang and expanding-universe cosmology: the assumption that redshift gives a reliable basis for calculating velocity and deducing present distance. For many years the issue was downplayed, but the contradictions couldn't be resolved. Then, in the year 2000, based on images from the Hubble ... telescope, expanding-universe astronomers claimed individual stars could only be seen in the 'close' galaxy, NGC 7320, thereby proving that NGC 7320 lay in front of the four interacting background galaxies. But this was not the end of the story. As can be seen in the Hubble image (linked above), the 'close' galaxy does indeed show more details than the cores of the other members of the group. But it is also apparent that the resolution of NGC 7320 and the interaction debris encircling the 'background galaxies' NGC 7318A ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 525  -  29 Nov 2006  -  15k  -  URL: http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2006/arch06/060419stephansquintet.html
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