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... day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Mar 28, 2005 "Blueberries" Could Redefine Martian Geology Recent discoveries by the Mars rover “Opportunity” throw new light on terrestrial “concretions”. But the strongest light may come from Dr. C J Ransom s electrical ... and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credits: LEFT, NASA/JPL/Cornell; RIGHT, NASA/JPL/Cornell/US Geological Survey home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Mar 28, 2005 " ... the Mars rover “Opportunity” throw new light on terrestrial “concretions”. But the strongest light may come from Dr. C J Ransom s electrical discharge experiments. Geologists identify “concretions” as spheroidal masses usually occurring in sedimentary strata. They are often composed of minerals different from the primary constituent of the stratum in which they lie. Many ...
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... various aspects of the Electric Universe explained by members of the Thunderbolts Group. More Information Book Synopsis Read Chapter One Order Link May 22, 2006 "Blueberries" Could Redefine Martian Geology Recent discoveries by the Mars rover “Opportunity” throw new light on terrestrial “concretions”. But the strongest light may come from Dr. C J Ransom s electrical ... and views picture of the day resources team a role for you contact us Credits: LEFT, NASA/JPL/Cornell; RIGHT, NASA/JPL/Cornell/US Geological Survey home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Thunderbolts of the Gods is ... the Mars rover “Opportunity” throw new light on terrestrial “concretions”. But the strongest light may come from Dr. C J Ransom s electrical discharge experiments. Geologists identify “concretions” as spheroidal masses usually occurring in sedimentary strata. They are often composed of minerals different from the primary constituent of the stratum in which they lie. Many ...
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... ran counter to the prevailing expectations of the astronomical community, were also treated this way. How, then, did this uniformitarian concept grow to be so influential? In all geology classes taught at universities, this gradualist interpretation is presented (as it was when I studied geology) as the only correct, permissible approach to evidence. The work of catastrophists ... Charles Lyell. With the acceptance of their doctrine came a historical revision in science --from catastrophism to uniformitarianism --that directed research along gradualist paths which admitted no major violent breaks in the geological record. The concept, in 1950, was so deeply entrenched that, when Immanuel Velikovsky offered his catastrophic theory in Worlds in Collision it was met with a belligerent outcry of ... Baconian ideal. What I submit is that Hutton, like Plato and Aristotle, derived his theory from a basic a priori assumption that was divorced from the clear evidence known to geologists of his own time. Professor Lynn E. Rose has summed up the nature of this assumption regarding Charles Darwin, who theorized that the "geological and paleontological record was really ...
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64. The New Orthodoxy's Respect for Fact [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... his attempt to smear Velikovsky,(10) Lyell was a man with a gift for words who could spin a persuasive argument about any subject. The subject he chose was geology and his argument came out in a book called PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY. It was, says Gould, "one of the most brilliant briefs ever published by an advocate. It ... ." In fact, on the next page, Gould tells us that only one 'uniformity' is "a substantive claim that can be tested" (uniformity of rate of geological change). As for Lyell's fourth 'uniformity' (" that the earth has been fundamentally the same since its formation"), it is "rarely discussed. After all ... who holds no book at all for Scientific Creationists. In an earlier essay, no 14, 'An Unsung Single-Celled Hero',(13) Gould cheers: "The great geologist Charles Lyell argued that a scientific hypothesis is elegant and exciting insofar as it contradicts common sense." Here, he is praising one Steven M. Stanley of John Hopkins University ...
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... published works include three books on geography, the most recent of which is Earth Surface Systems (Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1985): a further two books which discuss catastrophism in geology are in press, and a third, Climate and Earth History (Springer-Verlag), is in preparation. In an appendix to his book Pole Shift [1, John White ... to trace their evolution into the twentieth century. It is important at the outset to state that Drayson actually proposed two hypotheses. The first hypothesis had virtually no impact on the geological community. It sank without trace soon after its publication in 1859. The second hypothesis was taken half seriously, despite astronomers believing it to be flawed, and survived into the ... Academy [35, Thirty thousand years of earth history [36, Untrodden ground in astronomy and geology [37, and Important facts and calculations for the consideration of astronomers and geologists [38- and a number of letters which appeared in the Royal Engineers' Journal between 1894 and 1901 [39. None of these books adds much to Drayson's thesis. ...
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... Heezen [5. Fragments of black carbonaceous sandstone were found on the Rocksall Plateau and Orphan Knoll, between Greenland and North America [6. Some legends have been confirmed by geology; many might be confirmed; most are not, because they are vague or misleading. It would be well to examine closely the myths that have proved quite accurate to see ... , a great lunar eruption, and build hypotheses and information upon it. The legendary voices are worth an audience. Alexander Kondratov, a Soviet linguist and compiler of legendary and geological evidence of the sinking of lands, writes [2: China's oldest myths tell of a war between the god of fire and the god of water 'at the beginning of the ... myths around the world. The aboriginal Australians who live around MacDonnell Bay say that an angry witch once stirred up the waters and flooded the beautiful land to make the Bay. Geologists confirm that the land was high in the ice ages and recently sank to form the Bay. The image of the witch should not be discounted; Velikovsky has described how European ...
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67. Message of Valles Marinerus [Thunderbolts Website]
... now essential. Current geologic concepts, based on terrestrial observations of volcanism, erosion, and shifting surfaces, fail to account for the features of Mars, and the history and geology of Mars that have been built on those concepts is incomprehensible. But letting go of a cherished belief system often requires a shock. Fittingly, it is the electrical viewpoint that ... , for example, is the “explanation” offered in a recent release by the European Space Agency: “The whole canyon system itself is the result of a variety of geological processes. Probably tectonic rifting, water and wind action, volcanism and glacial activity all have played major roles in its formation and evolution.” The anomalies and exceptions to this ... surface “blisters” of Olympus Mons and its companions to the west, and a planetary-sized electric arc cut Valles Marineris into the bulge. Today all but a tiny minority of geologists have dropped the idea of creation by flooding. The most common agent currently cited is surface spreading. But higher resolution pictures lend no credence to this concept as well, and ...
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68. Message of Valles Marinerus [Thunderbolts Website]
... now essential. Current geologic concepts, based on terrestrial observations of volcanism, erosion, and shifting surfaces, fail to account for the features of Mars, and the history and geology of Mars that have been built on those concepts is incomprehensible. But letting go of a cherished belief system often requires a shock. Fittingly, it is the electrical viewpoint that ... , for example, is the “explanation” offered in a recent release by the European Space Agency: “The whole canyon system itself is the result of a variety of geological processes. Probably tectonic rifting, water and wind action, volcanism and glacial activity all have played major roles in its formation and evolution.” The anomalies and exceptions to this ... surface “blisters” of Olympus Mons and its companions to the west, and a planetary-sized electric arc cut Valles Marineris into the bulge. Today all but a tiny minority of geologists have dropped the idea of creation by flooding. The most common agent currently cited is surface spreading. But higher resolution pictures lend no credence to this concept as well, and ...
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69. Focus [SIS C&C Review $]
... U.S.A. wishes to correspond with any member with knowledge of the ancient Celtic "Shoulderblade" (translation or transliteration) for reactions to ideas on meanings for Co-thrad-thrath and Grian-stad. GEOLOGY: Martin T. Powers, a qualified chemist of 1704 Hettering Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19810, U.S.A. would like to correspond on Biblical, Geophysical, Historical, Linguistic ... the cause of an accident with unforeseen consequences on a terrifying scale. Peter Gretener (U. of Calgary), discussing continuity and discontinuity in earth science, suggests that some geological processes do not proceed at slow rates, but that detection of these may he difficult, and a psychologist, Peter Chadwick of the University of Strathclyde, considers the same problem ... with members in his area. LIVERPOOL: Mr G. A. Fisher, 20 Three But Lane, West Derby, Liverpool L12 7HF wishes to meet or correspond with other geologists or local members. Interests include archaeology biblical history, evolution, mythology, dating methods and sociological and pedagogic implications. NEW JERSEY: David Moshinsky, 1805 Russet Drive, Cherry ...
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70. Atlantis - The Lost Continent Finally Found [SIS Internet Digest $]
... discovered Atlantis, when so many other great authorities have failed before? A: First, it is solidly based on scientific results from both the exact and the human sciences including geology, astronomy, paleontology, archaeology, linguistics, ethnology, comparative mythology, comparative religion, philosophy and so on. Second, we had the luck to find the Key to ... Flood was consensually accepted by the naturalists of the past century. But Darwin and Lyell introduced the concept of Uniformitarianism (negation of cataclysms), which became the present paradigm of geological science. However, the better paleontologists and geologists are fast returning towards the ancient view, which is not only Sacred History, but Reality itself, as we found out in ... : By means of the giant cataclysm we call the Flood. The views on the Flood-- and indeed on global cataclysms in general-- has been grossly misstated by geologists ever since the times of Darwin and Lyell. Quite often they are caused by meteoritic/planetary impacts of extra-terrestrial origin. Far more often, they are caused by the cataclysmic ...
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