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271. Bird's Eggs As Information Carriers [Science Frontiers Website]
... especially (House, Tree, Dead Sea, Grey-Head, and others). Common Terns, Fieldfares, Herring Gulls, and Moorhens also lay pale last eggs. Since the changes in the egg production line exact a cost in the females, there might be an adaptive explanation for the phenomenon; that is, the final paler egg may lead to increased survival of the participating species. To illustrate, in 1980, Yom-Tov suggested that:...this last odd egg might have evolved as a signal to potential brood parasites that the female has finished laying the clutch and has begun incubation. If a parasite lays its egg after incubation has commenced, then it would be unlikely to hatch, hence the potential parasite would benefit from heeding such a warning signal, if it could then find an alternative host nest where incubation had yet to commence. The signaling host would also benefit from avoiding the costs of warming an extra egg [the parasite's for some of the incubation period, costs that can be considerable, as well as the possible cost of having to rear ...
272. maverick science.com [Maverick Science Website]
... of A.E. Housman Integrated Business and information Systems Ltd: building Decision Support (DS) and Expert Systems Joans Books 4 Kids: Joan Sweeney's delightful children's stories Jade Hosiery: Glamorous body& leg wear JK Childcare: specialists in the placement of Nannies, Au Pairs and Mothers Helps John Forbes: Odd Bod Artist Kronos Press: catastrophist publishers Landcroft Computing: software for Law Costs Draftsmen and Jewellers Law Cost Consultancy: Lobster: The journal of parapolitics, intelligence and State Research London Business Services: Confidential mail accommodation address and business centre Male Pattern Baldness Treatment: Buy Propecia Mail Order Michael Noakes: portrait painter Multi-User Entertainments: Internet games software house. Mike Malley Entertainments: Bands, Groups, Acts, Booking Agent Music Research Institute Mythopedia: a new science of myth Nchima Trust: providing funds for projects in Malawi Neal Scanlan Studio: oscar-winning animatronics and special effects in the film industry NewParkCentre: Therapy Centre: Aromatherapy, Couples Counselling, Hypnotherapy, Life-Coaching, Massage, Psychoanalysis, Reflexology, Reiki, Stress Management old-biddy.com PKP Balance Plasma Universe: the Plasma Universe Polar ...
273. Vox Popvli [Aeon Journal $]
... refers to dark purple north and yellow east, I mistakenly took the purple for the darkness. An interesting feature is the 6, 9, or 10 orblets attached by stems to the central orb. They were sometimes elongated like fennel seeds and, at other times, round like coriander or pearls. They were words, food, wheat grains, heads, mouths, headdress pompoms, gems, bells, and, by proxy transference, the six stars of the Pleiades. ? Notes [1 E. Cochrane, "The Female Star," AEON V:3 (December 1998), pp. 49 ff. [2 E. Aitchison, "The Mosaic Calendar and the Sabbath," ibid., pp. 65-68. [3 But see debate in the Forum section of this issue. [4 D. F. Murphie, "After 200 Years It's Time to Get Serious About Dynasty XVIII and Tuthmose III," ibid., pp. 69 ff. [5 H. Zemel, "Circling the Rings," AEON V ...
274. Homology [Alternative Science Website]
... biologists did begin to acquire an understanding of the molecular mechanism of genetics, they found that apparently homologous structures in different species are specified by quite different genes. Pandora's box turned out to be empty. The main problem with understanding the genetic code contained in the DNA molecule is that individual genes do not appear to correspond to individual characteristics. The gene that controls the colour of a mouse's coat also controls the mouse's size. The gene that controls the color of the eye of the fruit fly Drosophila also controls the shape of the female sex organs. Almost all genes in higher organisms have multiple effects of this sort and Ernst Mayr has suggested that genes which control only a single characteristic must be rare or nonexistent. Denton gives an example of the multiple effects of a single gene in the case of the domestic chicken. There is a degenerative mutation known for a single gene that causes a wide range of defects: no proper development of the wings; no claws on the feet; underdeveloped covering of downy feathers; lungs and air sac absent. The significance ...
275. Speciation? [Alternative Science Website]
... does not spell out the meaning of "reproductively isolated". Does it mean "the two groups might mate if they had the chance but unfortunately are on opposites sides of the lake without a rowing boat"? Darwinists protest that applying the strong definition, showing by lab experiment that reproduction is physiologically or genetically impossible-- in for example fruit fly breeding experiments-- is too difficult or time consuming to be practical. These objections are bogus since it is a relatively straightforward procedure to artificially inseminate females with sperm from a male of the claimed 'new species' and see what happens. Virtually all the so-called examples of speciation (one species turning into another species) offered by Darwinists are in reality examples of them exploiting the ambiguity of the weak definition of species to suggest that what are no more than subspecific varieties are actually different species. For example, an old favourite that Darwinists often try to slip in by the back door is the idea that all the different breeds of dog are different species, when in fact all breeds of dog, from ...
276. Letters [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... für das weibliche Rind ist das Fehlen des männlichen Zeugungsgliedes. Während seiner kometischen Laufbahn hatte der Venusstern natürlich ein männliches Geschlechtsattribut, denn in Koptos in Ägypten wird Horus dargestellt, wie er das Glied des Typhon in der Hand hält (Theodoret. Ad. Antolyt III. 27). Der Rutenstern verlor seine Rute nach einer Periode ausgedehnter Finsternis. Laut der mythologischen Überlieferung entstieg er als schaumgeborene Aphrodite (Venus Anadymone) den Fluten, die das ins Meer gefallene Glied des Kronos umspülten. Erst seit damals kann der Name Kawkabta ? the (female) star ?, which they, [die Syrer like the Jews, apply especially to the morning star ? angewendet worden sein (cf. Artikel ? Al-Uzzah ? in Encyclopaedia of Islam). Boticelli hat den Vorgang, der u. a. in den christl. Auferstehungsszenen fortlebt, als ? Die Geburt der Venus ? gemalt. Minerva, bekanntlich eine noch maskuline Vorstufe der Venus, trägt als Reminiszenz das dem grässlichen Kometen (Plin. N. H. II, 91) entsprechende Gorgonenhaupt im Schilde. Das Henkelkreuz, ...
277. The Three Brothers [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... manuscript. In that earliest extant manuscript of the work, where the story of the two brothers Sethos and Harmais starts, there is an interpolation in the form of a marginal note, worded as follows: ? In another copy was found this reading: ? After him (2) Sethosis and Ramesses, two brothers. The former [Sethosis... slew Ramesses and appointed Harmais, another of his brothers, viceroy of Egypt.? ? In Egypt, since ancient times, the royal succession was supposed to follow the female line an heir to the throne usually legitimized his claim by marrying a sister of his. The exhortation by Sethosis when he left for the front, made to his brother Harmais, not to wrong the queen and not to wear the diadem, we understand now is but one exhortation. Taking over the supreme power in the country was conditional on ? violating ? the queen, or marrying her while she was still the wife of another. References Josephus, Contra Apionem, transl. by Thackeray, pp. 201ff; cf ...
278. Queen Tworse [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... the Kings shows her to have been Sethos ? principal wife; ? a silver bracelet depicts her standing before her husband and pouring wine into his outstretched goblet.? ? Remarkable ? Twosre is claimed to have been not because of what is known about her life and reign and very little is known but for circumstances that are baffling. Why did she have a separate tomb in the same valley as her husband? The honor of having her own tomb in the Valley was a distinction previously accorded ? to only one other royalty of female sex, namely Hatshepsowe [Hatshepsut ?; (2) however, Hatshepsut was not a queen by virtue of having married a king, but in her own right, as a suzerain. Besides the very fact of having her own tomb in the Valley, separate from that of her husband Sethos, the contents of the tomb are ? even more intriguing.? Gardiner describes the perplexing circumstances: she bears the title of ? King ? s Great Wife ? by virtue of her marriage to Sethos, but one scene ( ...
279. Aeon Volume VI, Number 2: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... planned but never completed and, in some instances, not even ever written... Page 34 The Garden of Venus, by Ev Cochrane An essay which zeroes in on the cosmic events that lie behind the fertility cults associated with the goddess and planet Venus. The Double Axe and the Celestial Twins by Marinus van der Sluijs A study of the symbolism of the double axe, its relation to the cosmic twins, and the association of both to the so-called thunderbolts of the gods. page 59. Puritanism, Misogyny, and Female Sexuality, by E. J. Bond An analysis of the long-upheld subordination of women, stemming from their innate sexuality, as preached by Judeo-Christian religions down through the ages. Page 73 Homer in the Baltic by Felice Vinci A new theory which claims that the geography of Homer's epic poetry fits better in the Baltic and North Atlantic than it does on the Mainland of Greece and the Aegean Sea. This leads to the additional conclusion that the early Greek legends originated in Nordic lands, from where they were transposed to Greece by ...
280. Catastrophism and Ancient History [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... Are the Peleset Philistines or Persians? Donovan A. Courville. Herodotus on Thutmoses III and Amenophis II, Arie Dirkzwager. January 1982 Volume IV, Part 1 Freud and Velikovsky, Part II, Bronson Feldman. Syria and Ugarit, Lester J. Mitcham. The Israelite Origins of Monotheism and the Prohibition of Killing, Gunnar Heinsohn. July 1982 Volume IV, Part 2 Hittites and Phrygians, Phillip Clapham. The Road to Iron: 8th and 7th Century Metallurgy and the Decline of Egyptian Power, Martin Sieff. Maturation of Newborn Female Rats under Elevated Levels of Carbon Dioxide. Donald W. Patten. January 1983 Volume V, Part 1 Ebla and Near East Chronology, Phillip Clapham. Meteorite Impacts of Geological Significance: A Human Perspective, Frank Dachille. Velikovskian Catastrophes in the Revelation of St. John, Arie Dirkzwager July 1983 Volume V, Part 2 Abraham to Hezekiah: An Archaeological Revision, Part I, Stan F. Vaninger. Assyria, Karduniash, Babylon: A Rational Chronology, Barry Page. Dirkzwager's Revision Questioned, Joshua Korbach. January 1984 ...
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