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91. SOLARIA BINARIA: PART TWO: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: TIME, ELECTRICITY AND QUANTAVOLUTION [Quantavolution Website]
... by unconscious editing of the evidence. To our view quantavolution affords an instrument for scientific inquiry as useful as and perhaps superior to that allowed us by evolution. We find that the morphology of the Earth and the patterns and compositions of the skies bespeak quantavolutions. In biology, we see in the decline of evolutionary power over time, in the absence of transitional types in evolutionary branching, in the waves of extinction of species, and in the failure of evolution to provide an internal guiding dynamic, sufficient reason to promote the concept ... has been diffused into a pervasive solar wind, which permeates the planetary plane. The once-substantial binary partner is dispersed into at least a dozen sizeable fragments and myriad fragments of smaller debris. All of this has happened in fourteen millennia. 6. All major chemical and biological developments occurred in a period of a quarter of a million years at the beginning of Solaria Binaria. The number of species peaked in the period of Pangean Stability and has been steadily reduced by catastrophes. 7. The planets and the Sun are accumulating electric charge ...
92. Darwinism, darwin,talk.origins,talk-origins,talk origins, darwinism, darwinist, neodarwinism, neo-darwinism,neodarwinist, evolution,natural selection,genetic mutation,on the origin of species,origin of species, descent of man,survival of the fittest,evolutionary biology, human evolution, evolutionary theory, theory of evolution,adaptive radiation,punctuated equilibrium,dna,DNA,developmental biology, progressive evolution [Alternative Science Website]
... ; or, in the words of professor Jacques Monod, director of the Pasteur Institute, a matter only of "chance and necessity". 1 And while the evidence for evolution itself remains persuasive-- especially the homologies that are found in comparative anatomy and molecular biology of many different species-- much of the empirical evidence that was formerly believed to support the neo-Darwinian mechanism of chance mutation coupled with natural selection has melted away like snow on a spring morning, through better observation and more careful analysis. Marxist, Freudian and ... the theory. If true, it would mean that animals neo-Darwinists say are closely related, such as two reptiles, would have greater similarity in their DNA than animals that are not so closely related, such as a reptile and a bird. Fifteen years ago molecular biologists working under Dr Morris Goodman at Michigan University decided to test this hypothesis. They took the alpha haemoglobin DNA of two reptiles-- a snake and a crocodile-- which are said by Darwinists to be closely related, and the haemoglobin DNA of a bird ...
93. Electrically Induced Nuclear Fusion [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home¦ Issue Contents Electrically Induced Nuclear Fusion www.papimi.gr/eqoflif.htm Biology in order to explain the trans-membrane potential of the cell -( TMP) adopts an unproven hypothesis of a procedure in which sodium Na is exchanged with potassium K inside and out of the cell. This assumed exchange in Biology is called the sodium-potassium pump-(SPP). The SPP leads to elementary contradictions, known in the literature. However, the SPP is the best choice hypothesis based on ... exclusion, assumed impossible, of cold nuclear fusion of sodium to potassium in the biological cell level. In this paper, we prove that the SPP process in Biology is actually a cold nuclear fusion and transmutation of sodium to potassium in the presence of oxygen-(SPT). We also present, for the first time, the relevant nuclear endothermic equation and its important relationship to the cell parameters, the needed energy resources and most important to the cells' energy. The SPT is the most important process to sustain the living ...
94. Has The Second Law Been Repealed? [Science Frontiers Website]
... Second Law of Thermodynamics, however, insists that, on the average, for the entire universe, the above paragraph cannot be true. The article introduced by this unqualified assertion about the evolution of the universe is really about self-organizing chemical reactions. We classify it under biology because the authors imply that some biological phenomena are self-organizing. The famous Belousov-Zhabotinskii reaction is used as the prime example of chemical self-organization. First, one takes a shallow dish filled with a solution of bromate ions in a highly acidic medium. Here's what happens: ... the universe is evolving. Matter, in the form of galaxies, is undergoing a colossal expansion. Gas, condensed into stars, is radiating thermonuclear energy out across an infall of matter, drawn by gravity. The simplest of chemical reactions and the most complex of biological activities are occurring on the surface of the earth in a state far from equilibrium; they are heated by the sun and cooled by the vacuum of space. This pervasive cosmic imbalance is the driving force in producing an environment conducive to the formation of structure and ...
95. THE BURNING OF TROY: PART FOUR: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE: RELIGION AND EDUCATION [Quantavolution Website]
... in the schools something that they think is creation science, meaning those forms and findings of scientific work that do not exclude peremptorily the account of cosmic and human origins accepted by the majority of their constituents. Besides, they may argue that young people would learn their biology lessons better if they had more than one model of genesis put to them. Furthermore, they may believe it harmful for students to hear one story in class and a second story at home or church, or perhaps nowhere; such compartmentalization can only contribute to ... remote analogies, say that we will have to tolerate Reaganism awhile longer, but at least not that bit about God building the world in a week. The expert testimony against the law may have been misleading, however, as to the current posture of science respecting biological change. Walter Sullivan (NYT Dec. 27) has deftly indicated the short-fall of truth: that theories of evolution now also include theories of genesis in outer space or in transferences from cosmic bodies; that evidence of transitional types or "missing links" in ...
96. What else? [Alternative Science Website]
... discoveries of this kind, the received wisdom of neo-Darwinism is no longer received so uncritically. A new generation of biologists is subjecting the theory to the cold light of empirical investigation and finding it inadequate; scientists like Dr Rupert Sheldrake, Dr Brian Goodwin, professor of biology at the Open University and Dr Peter Saunders, professor of mathematics at King's College London. Future research There are a number of important areas of potential research for biology which are currently being ignored completely. The function of DNA Because DNA is always present in the ... not a lucky break in the primeval soup. This view is shared by Sir Francis Crick, co-discoverer of the function of DNA. In the light of discoveries of this kind, the received wisdom of neo-Darwinism is no longer received so uncritically. A new generation of biologists is subjecting the theory to the cold light of empirical investigation and finding it inadequate; scientists like Dr Rupert Sheldrake, Dr Brian Goodwin, professor of biology at the Open University and Dr Peter Saunders, professor of mathematics at King's College London. Future research There ...
... ), Leonardo da Vinci presented a sound interpretation of fossils as well as formulating a theory of geological history containing elements of both uniformitarianism and catastrophism. Likewise, he also anticipated the theory of biological evolution.(4) In the eighteenth century, Carolus Linnaeus revived biology (especially botany) and also greatly expanded and systematized taxonomy. Yet, he held to the immutability of all species. Linnaeus' major work is The System of nature (1735), and he is referred to as the father of modern taxonomy.( ... The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs (1976). Today, naturalists must reconsider the old explanation of dinosaurs and the previous reasons given for their eventual extinction. The present view of things is best understood within the historical perspective. Among the Presocratics, Xenophanes recognized both the historical and biological significance of fossils, i.e. he held that they are the remains of once-living organisms preserved in rock strata. Thales, Anaximander, Heraclitus, and Empedocles also supported evolutionary concepts.(1) Unfortunately, neither Plato nor Aristotle adopted the evolutionary perspective; in ...
98. Focus [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... excellent observation: "Unfortunately, the words he wrote more than a century ago are in danger of exerting a stranglehold over thought every bit as powerful as the stranglehold of theology that Darwin helped to break." It went on to say: "The argy-bargy within biology about aspects of natural selection and evolution is an entirely healthy manifestation of a robust science striving to achieve a deeper understanding of the world around us." This latter comment was seemingly justified by four of the later articles. Colin Patterson of the Natural History Museum ... of a religious faith which he proceeded to "prove" on theoretical grounds "regardless of evidence" (sic). His statement that: "Darwin's theory is now supported by all the available relevant evidence, and its truth is not doubted by any serious modern biologist." is patently untrue and the New Scientist were open-minded enough to print a letter by Marc Catley (13.5.82, p. 450) pointing out that the Creation Science movement contains many serious members holding doctorates. He asks "... is he [ ...
99. Depths Of Ignorance [Science Frontiers Website]
... surface of Mars than it does about the topography of the deep ocean floors. Marine biologists, however, have even more reason to feel slighted. To illustrate, the usual picture painted of the abyssal terrain beyond the continental shelves and slopes is one a a frigid biological desert-- endless plains of sterile muck, broken once in a while by oasis-like deepsea vents, where weird tube worms thrive amidst clouds of chemosynthetic bacteria. This is a highly misleading portrayal. The situation, in fact, recalls what happened when biologists first ... Nov-Dec 1993 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Depths Of Ignorance Oceanographers have been heard to complain that science knows more about the surface of Mars than it does about the topography of the deep ocean floors. Marine biologists, however, have even more reason to feel slighted. To illustrate, the usual picture painted of the abyssal terrain beyond the continental shelves and slopes is one a a frigid biological desert-- endless plains of sterile muck, broken once in a while by ...
100. Pentecost [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... are small, but their role is extremely significant; they govern our very lives. These minute currents can nevertheless be disrupted or overridden. In particular, "extremely low frequency (ELF) fields have the capacity to penetrate buildings and living tissue and hence are potential biological stimuli."[1 And when this happens, our perceptions can falter and our reactions and response times might prove beyond our control. Such stimuli might have many unpredictable effects upon man- but there are a few that can be described from experience. As ... Psychophysiological Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields: A Review." Developmental and Motor Skills, 36 (1973), 1131. 2. J. B.Beal, "Electrostatic Fields, Electromagnetic Fields, and Ions-- Mind/Body/Environment Relationships."Biologic and Clinical Effects of Low-Frequency Magnetic and Electric Fields, (Springfield: 1974), 15-16. 3. J. R. Perkins, "Some General Remarks on Corona Discharges." Engineering Dielectrics, 1(1979), 5. American Society for Testing ...
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