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251. Science Frontiers #101, Sep-Oct 1995 [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 101: Sep-Oct 1995 Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues Last Issue Next Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Contents Archaeology FROM THE SUNSWEPT LAGOON Astronomy THE METAL-FROSTED MOUNTAINS OF VENUS! ALH 84001: A MESSAGE FROM MARS OR PERHAPS SOME OTHER PLANET IRONCLAD PROOF OF THE MOON'S ORIGIN? Biology THE ALGORITHMIC BEAUTY OF SEASHELLS MORE HEAR EARS DRAGON FISH SEE RED MALE DOLPHIN KILLS MAN Geology POLAR-BEAR BONES CONFOUND ICE-AGE PROPONENTS A TRIPLE ANOMALY IN A DIAMOND THE GIANT LANDSLIDES OF HAWAII "ALMOST INCONCEIVABLE" CHANGES IN THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD CHINA'S BERMUDA TRIANGLE Geophysics DEATH WAVES AND SEEBARS STRANGE PHENOMENON DETECTED BY RADARS AND SATELLITES AN ASTONISHING MEDLEY OF BIO LUMINESCENT DISPLAYS Unclassified THE GREAT EXODUS 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. ...
252. Ancient Acoustical Engineering [Science Frontiers Website]
... , here is what the acoustical surveys found: "Rudimentary acoustical measurements performed inside six diverse Neolithic and Iron Age structures revealed that each sustained a strong resonance at a frequency between 95 and 120 Hz (wavelength about 3m). Despite major differences in chamber shapes and sizes, the resonant modal patterns all featured strong antinodes at the outer walls, with appropriately configured nodes and antinodes interspersed toward the central source. In some cases, internal and exterior rock drawings resembled these acoustical patterns. Since the resonant frequencies are well within the adult male voice range, one may speculate that some forms of human chanting, enhanced by the cavity resonance, were invoked for ritual purpose." In a few cases, it appeared that some of the standing stones had beeen intentionally positioned to enhance the chamber's acoustical properties. (Jahn, Robert G., et al; "Acoustical Resonances of Assorted Ancient Structures," Technical Report PEAR 95002, Princeton University, March 1995. Devereux, Paul, et al; "Acoustical Properties of Ancient Ceremonial Sites," Journal of Scientific ...
253. Shoshenq I and the Traditions of New Kingdom Kingship in Egypt [SIS C&C Review $]
... "great campaign of victory". The scene shows the King, Shoshenq I, dedicating vanquished foreigners to a gigantic figure of Amun-Ra who offers him the sword of victory and commends his military and architectural achievements: "... You have undertaken the making of monuments in Southern On (Thebes) and in Northern On (Heliopolis) and every town likewise for each god in his province. You have made my temple of Millions of Years, its doorways adorned with electrum for my image within it." Below, a female figure representing the city of Thebes holds the rope binding together the names of the defeated foes. Shoshenq I also erected a great stela inscribed with a hymn in praise of his triumph in the Karnak temple, and a duplicate of its text as well as another scene of victory were inscribed on the walls of the temple at el-Hiba. Shoshenq I took away the treasure of the Solomonic temple in Jerusalem, as tribute paid to him by King Rehoboam. He also left a large stela at Megiddo (which is now incomplete and ...
254. Search-and-destroy Sperm [Science Frontiers Website]
... Games," Scientific American, 274:102, January 1996) Comments. Exercising self control, we add only two comments. First, these specialized sperm cannot be as simple as those drawn in the biology books. The search-and-destroy type must have evolved biochemical "devices" that find, identify, and destroy other sperm and maybe even defend itself. Second, one should not ignore the eggs, which are much larger and likely more sophisticated. The receptivity of the eggs may be influenced (perhaps not unconsciously) by the female. From Science Frontiers #104, MAR-APR 1996.© 1996-2000 William R. Corliss 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. ...
255. An Appendix to My Articles on Hatshepsut and Thutmose III [SIS C&C Review $]
... after my return to civil life in Israel, when I came across Immanuel Velikovsky's book Ages in Chaos. The way which he replaced the accepted chronology of the ancient Near East by that of the Bible and the new light which this threw on Biblical history fascinated me and I decided to experiment with it. (a) In Velikovsky's reconstruction, the "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia" who visited King Solomon according to Josephus (known better as the "Queen of Sheba" of the Bible) was none other than the famous female Pharaoh Hatshepsut. Curiously enough the same had been told us by the Egyptian guide who had shown us round her Temple at Tel el-Bahri, opposite Karnak, in upper Egypt. The case seemed worth a closer look. Following the Sinai campaign (1956), Israel gained access to the Gulf of Elath and the Red Sea. This was a given opportunity to sail the same waters in which the Queen had come, though I could not disembark in Egypt, but had to continue to Ethiopia or, more correctly, Eritrea ...
256. Is oliver a "humanzee"? [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 110: Mar-Apr 1997 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Is oliver a "humanzee"? Oliver: male, 30ish, very hairy, height 1.2 meters, weight 50 kilos, erect posture, unusual ears, offensive odor. Oscar always walks on two feet, uses a human toilet (which he flushes), can mix drinks, and enjoys a cup of coffee and a nightcap. Chimps ignore him; humans wonder what he is. Superficially, Oscar is definitely chimp-like; but shave his head and he becomes eerily human. Although Oscar was widely exhibited in the 1970s, his fame diminished in the 1980s. But now, scientists want to count his chromosomes and find out what he really is. One suggestion is a cross between a chimpanzee and a bonobo (a "pygmy chimpanzee"). Or how about a chimp-human hybrid? There have been dark rumors of hushhush experiments in China, Italy, and the U.S. We'll let you know what the ...
257. Dolphin Refrigerators [Science Frontiers Website]
... generate considerable heat-- too much heat for sperm to survive without some sort of special cooling system. (Recall that human males with undescended testicles may become sterile.) Since dolphins are obviously procreating, evolution must have come to the dolphins' rescue. Evolution's engineering solution installs heat exchangers in the dolphins' tails and dorsal fins. Blood heated in the vicinity of the testes is pumped through special veins in the tail and dorsal fin, where it is cooled by seawater and then returned to the dolphins' heat-sensitive innards. Female dolphins have similar heat exchangers to cool their uteri. The same article in Discover points out still another remarkable adaptation conferred on dolphins: They do not have to expend a lot of energy in diving to great depths. Below about 70 meters, the water pressure collapses their lungs so that they sink like rocks! Of course, returning to the surface does require some exertion. (Zimmer, Carl; "The Dolphin Strategy," Discover, 18:72, March 1997.) Comments. One automatically supposes that the ...
258. Sea turtles: from one end to the other [Science Frontiers Website]
... in several ways: flexible shell, warmbloodedness, etc. (See SF#76 for more.) Now, we add two more remarkable capabilities to their dossier. Precision navigation. The oily, flexible shells of leatherbacks have made it difficult for researchers to attach radio transmitters to the animals. Their very deep dives (over 1,000 meters) are also inimical to human instrumentation. But S.J. Morreale's group at Cornell have succeeded in attaching pressure-resistant transmitters to the shells on short tethers. This team was able to track female leatherbacks as they left their nesting beach in Costa Rica and headed southward, past the Galapagos, out into the open South Pacific. Surprisingly, all the leatherbacks plied a very narrow corridor each year of the experiment (1992-1995). In fact, the paths were almost for at least 2,700 kilometers southwest of the Galapagos. Highprecision navigation equipment is required here. Among the leatherbacks' "instruments" are probably sensors that detect the angle of the geomagnetic field, the length of daylight, and the identities of the ...
259. Acoustical Pipes In Beaked Whales? [Science Frontiers Website]
... dolphins, it is the lower jaw that has been converted into a "sound pipe" for receiving sonar echoes. Dugongs, too, possess squamosal bones filled with oil that are probably also connected with sound detection. Evolution has been highly innovative-- three times, in different ways-- in designing acoustical pipes in marine mammals! This is very impressive for a method that begins with a random process. More details in BMO7-X1 in Mammals II. This strap-toothed whale is one of the beaker whales. The teeth of this male prevent it from opening its mouth more than a couple of inches. Blaineville's beaked whale has two large, leaf-like teeth projecting upwards and forwards. These grotesque teeth are often covered with barnacles! From Science Frontiers #113, SEP-OCT 1997.© 1997-2000 William R. Corliss 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 ...
260. The Saturn Thesis [Aeon Journal $]
... , first in the line of kings, model of the good king. The presence of the Great Conjunction of Saturn's epoch. In the beginning the planets did not just dominate the sky. They stood in line. That our sky, today, provides no basis for this ancient idea is precisely why the recurrence of the idea from one culture to another is significant. Venus as the heart or soul, a central star animating the Universal Monarch. Venus as central eye, navel, nave of the world wheel. Venus as female power, mother goddess, daughter and spouse of the Universal Monarch. Not a single aspect of the Venus archetype will find support in the present positions and movements of the planets. Venus as hair star, feathered, or winged, star, great flame, and fiery serpent or dragon. Venus as angry goddess attacking the world. Venus as the Doomsday Comet. Mars as warrior-hero. Mars as son and consort of the mother goddess. Mars as child born from the heart or eye of the Universal Monarch. Mars as ...
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