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1. Site Map [Alternative Science Website]
... Psychokinesis(PK),telekinesis,esp,psi,mind over matter, power of the mind,remote influencing, remote viewing,parapsychology,paranormal,psychic power,psychic powers,psychic ability,metal bending, metal benders,spoon bending,uri geller,nina kulagina,john hasted Bioenergy,bioenergy,biological energy,orgone energy,wilhelm reich,bions,character analysis,function of the orgasm,the sexual revolution,chakras,acupuncture,acupressure,energy meridians 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 Flame-proof remote viewing, associative remote viewing, arv, remoteviewing, remote-viewing, remote viewing association,examples of remote viewing, remote viewing examples, remote perception, clairyoyance, seeing ...
2. James E. Strickling's Origins [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1997:1 (Sep 1997) Home¦ Issue Contents James E. Strickling's Origins http://www.bookmasters.com/marktplc/books/00166.htm Origins: Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth, a book by James E. Strickling. The core of the industrial world's twentieth-century world-view is Darwinism-- as in Charles Darwin. No matter whether you're being entertained by Jurassic Park or being educated by National Geographic and Time-Life or fighting the school board over the use of a particular high school science textbook, Darwinism is the common denominator. Darwinism, as currently perceived, is charged by Strickling as being The Great Lie. Furthermore, Creationist interpretation of a supposed biblical foundation is cited as being The Great Mistake. Like so many areas of our society today, "Establishment Science" must remain politically correct, contrary to its avowed objectivity, else there follow dire consequences-- as documented in this study. We can expect the reaction of this August body to this presentation to be highly emotional, as it has been to similar works in ...
3. More Paluxy Impressions [Science Frontiers Website]
... we regularly survey 100-or-so scientific journals, it seems that considerable Paluxy field work has never attained these hallowed pages-- probably it never will! Even though the SF#45 report was rather negative on the issue of the validity of the claims of the creationists, it evidently was not negative enough. We now have some documentation with which to clarify some points. G.J. Kuban has been in the forefront of Paluxy research for several years. He has submitted a long letter plus the Spring/Summer issue of a publication entitled Origins Research (published by the Students for Origins Research). This issue of Origins Research contains a lengthy article by Kuban plus shorter contributions from J. Morris (author of the ICR article digested in SF#45) and the Films for Christ Association (preparers of the film Footprints in Stone.) First, we quote from Kuban's personal communication: "As is explained in the enclosed Origins Research issue, the tracks never did merit a human interpretation, and presently are not as 'mysterious' as ICR and some other creationist ...
4. Mysterious origins of mankind, early american archaeology, early american settlements [Alternative Science Website]
... Alternative Science Home¦ Impossible¦ Forbidden¦ Alternative¦ Mysterious¦ Censorship¦ Books¦ FAQs¦ Pseudoscience¦ Book Reviews¦ Links Mysterious Age of Mankind Mysterious Origins of Man Publicly questioning or debating the received wisdom on human origins is not usually permitted on Television in Britain and America. One unique and honourable exception was NBC's decision in 1996 to broadcast the film Mysterious Origins of Man, made by Emmy-award winning director Bill Cote, in which I and other independent investigators had a rare opportunity to present anomalous evidence of historical geology, and mankind's past, so that viewers could evaluate this alternative evidence for themselves. The program proved immensely popular with many viewers, attracting audiences of around 20 million on each of the two occasions when it was shown. The producers also received dozens of abusive responses, which included virtually no attempts to rebut the scientific issues raised but took the consensus position that students and the public should not be given access to such contradictory evidence. They included terms such as; 'horrible'; 'atrocious'; 'garbage'; 'anti-intellectual trash'; ...
5. Society News [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... and lunch breaks, and, as usual with such gatherings, there was certainly no lack of such discussions. We are grateful to Dr Trevor Palmer for the arrangements for this venue and would also like to mention the work done by Maureen and Graham Hope in recording and later editing the resultant hours of tapes, both at this and our previous meeting. This has enabled us to inaugurate a new service for members whereby those unable to attend such meetings can still participate by purchasing tapes of selected talks through the Book Service. The origins of Human Society In the morning Chris Knight, an anthropologist, gave us a fascinating glimpse of the history of early man through the spy-glass of his radical theory of The Origins of Human Society. The ladies present were very pleased to learn that, according to Chris Knight, women created culture, something we have long felt to be the truth. Chris opened with a brief account of current ideas about the evolution of early hominids, expressing his sympathies with the aquatic ape theory as propounded by Elaine Morgan. He told how ...
6. Internet Universe: Free book previews [SIS Internet Digest $]
... of what is perhaps the first science from the earliest surviving evidence of cosmological thought, circa 3,000 B.C.E., to the present. Robert Jastrow calls Emerging Cosmology "an eminently readable and absorbing account of the greatest revolution in human thought since the dawn of time-- growing awareness that space is vast and the world of man is small. Lovell tells the story with a rare grace and insight that reveal the touch of a master on science for the layman." Everything You Know is Wrong Book One: Human Origins by Lloyd A Pye, Publ. Aug 2000, 336 pages, ISBN: 0-595-12749-5. $19.95 The book stakes out a solid, defendable, entirely new position in the debate about life origins and human origins. That position is bolstered by an astonishing array of scientific facts either unmentioned or conspicuously ignored by the two currently entrenched camps. By utilizing such a fact-based format, this book's presentation of Rationalism offers a far more convincing explanation for the origins of life, and particularly of human life, than Darwinism or Creationism ever ...
7. Velikovsky and Historical Anti-Naturism [Kronos $]
... of validity is, therefore, not to be found among the elements of history. Each one, if separately pursued, would prove elusive. But some of them at least acquire a certain solidity through being integrated into a series, whose terms can be accorded some degree of credibility because of their over-all coherence.- Claude Levi-Strauss, THE RAW AND THE COOKED: INTRODUCTION TO A SCIENCE OF MYTHOLOGY: I( 1975), p.13. In his last major book, Sigmund Freud( 1856-1939) sought a psychoanalytical explanation for the origins of the Jewish religion. In his view, those origins were analogous to the neurotic process: "Early trauma defence- latency- outbreak of neurotic illness partial return of the repressed.''(1) Even earlier, in 1913, Freud had supposed that the sense of guilt for an action has persisted for many thousands of years and has remained operative in generations which can have had no knowledge of that action.(2) A younger psychoanalyst, Immanuel Velikovsky( 1895-1979), while vehemently disagreeing with some of ...
8. A CRITICAL RE-APPRAISAL OF THE BOOK OF GENESIS [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... , would be entitled to be named in a Toledoth if Driver's interpretation could claim to be true, observes Wiseman[17. "Yet it is remarkable that while lesser persons such as Ishmael and Esau are mentioned, there is no such Toledoth phrase as "These are the generations of Abraham."[18 Toledoth, or Family History The Hebrew word Toledoth is used to describe history, usually family history, in its origin. Wiseman explains that the equivalent phrase in English is, for instance, "These are the historical origins of...." [19 It is therefore evident, he says, that the use of the phrase in Genesis "is to point back to the origins of the family history" and not forward to a later development through a line of descendants [20. This explanation is consistent with what we find in the New Testament. The colophon phrase is used only once in the New Testament, where in Matthew 1:1 we read: "The book of the generations of Jesus Christ", following which ...
9. Genesis Research & Education Foundation [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home¦ Issue Contents Genesis Research& Education Foundation www.genesis.org.uk An organisation investigating aspects of Origins: (1) the Origin of the Universe& of the Earth; (2) the Origin& Development of Life; (3) the Origin of Man& of Civilisation. Our work involves: (1) Scientific& archaeological research into origins; (2) Education about origins research, examining the philosophical, religious& ethical implications; (3) Humanitarian application of origins research to medical, agricultural& environmental concerns. As well as primary research, we provide multi-media presentations& field expeditions for the public, and educational equipment, training& support for students. Our facilities include a laboratory, museum& computer rooms; multi-media resources, a library& an archive. We have a growing collection of biological, geological, palaeontological& archaeological artifacts. Our current research interests include: (1) The evolution of co-adapted gene complexes, with special reference to the discontinuous nature of both living and ...
10. A paradigm's worth of difference? [SIS Internet Digest $]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home¦ Issue Contents A paradigm's worth of difference? 6 May 1998 S.L. Smith and F.B. Harrold: A paradigm's worth of difference? Understanding the impasse over modern human origins. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 1997, Vol.40, pp.113-138. University of Texas, Department of Sociology& Anthropology, Arlington, TX 76019. USA. The modern human origins debate within paleoanthropology has become polarized between two dominant models, Recent African Origin (RAO) and Multiregional Evolution (MRE). The debate has persisted and shows no sign of resolution despite the incorporation of new data and dates during the past decade. We examine the reasons for this stalemate, focusing on the presentation of these models by their principal advocates, Christopher Stringer and Milford Wolpoff. In particular, we consider whether the RAO-MRE dispute is a paradigm crisis. The modern human origins debate can be placed in the broader context of unresolved controversies within evolutionary biology (e.g., punctuated equilibrium vs. gradualism, use of cladistics, and ...
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