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... From: Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky by Charles Ginenthal CD Home | Contents Contents Part I An Improbable Tale The Historical Evidence Velikovsky's theory Part II Sagan's Problems First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eight Nine Ten Problems Appendices Conclusion Sagan's eighth problem: The temperature of venus The greenhouse effect Sagan's entire argument respecting the temperature of Venus is that it is heated by a runaway greenhouse effect. He states that, "We now know from ground based radio observations and from the remarkably successful direct entry and landing probes of the Soviet Union that the surface temperature of Venus is within a few degrees of 750 o K. The surface atmospheric pressure is about ninety times that of the surface ...
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... From: Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky by Charles Ginenthal CD Home | Contents Contents Part I An Improbable Tale The Historical Evidence Velikovsky's theory Part II Sagan's Problems First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eight Nine Ten Problems Appendices Conclusion Sagan's ninth problem: The craters of venus Tectonic features of Venus In this section, Sagan turns to Venus' topography to prove that Venus is at least as ancient as the Earth. He states that, "radar observations reveal enormous linear mountain ranges, ringed basins and a great rift valley, with dimensions of hundreds to thousands of kilometers. It is very unlikely that such extensive tectonic or impact features could be stably supported over a liquid interior by ...
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3. The Nature of Venus' Heat [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 1 No 3 (1993) Home | Issue Contents The Nature of Venus' Heat Charles Ginenthal Ever since 1956, when the American team of radio astronomers from the U.S . Naval Research laboratory, headed by Cornell H. Meyer, discovered that "the surface of Venus is hot- far hotter than anyone had previously imagined," (1 ) (Emphasis added.) which fits Immanuel Velikovsky's hypothesis that Venus was a newborn planet in the early cool-down stages of its development, the scientific community- and, in particular, the astronomers- sought a non-Velikovskian, non-catastrophist explanation for this surprising finding. It was and still is unthinkable to these upholders ...
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4. The Great Comet Venus [Journals] [Aeon]
... From: Aeon III:5 (May 1994) Home | Issue Contents The Great Comet Venus David Talbott Venus in myth and science The planet Venus is Earth's closest planetary neighbor, moving on an orbit 108 million kilometers (67 million miles) from the Sun. Modern astronomers have always believed that Venus, evolving within its own enclave in the solar system, has followed its present path for countless millions of years. Working under this assumption most planetary scientists believed- until the 1960's- that Venus might be very much like the Earth, and many scientists speculated freely on the possibilities of life on Venus. (1 ) But the space age brought more than a few ...
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... From: Kronos Vol. XII No. 1 (Winter 1987) Home | Issue Contents Venus and Sirius: Some Unexpected Similarities Brian Stross Copyright (c ) 1986 by Brian Stross INTRODUCTION Venus and Sirius share the distinction of being the brightest asterisms (heavenly bodies) in the night sky, except for the Moon. But Sirius is a star, while Venus as a planet is a mover among stars. Nevertheless, Sirius in the Old World and Venus in Mesoamerica share a number of attributes quite apart from their shared brightness. Some of these characteristics- such as their color and the sounds of their names - appear to be arbitrarily associated with them, so that the ...
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6. Evidence for the Extreme Youth of Venus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review (1994) "Proceedings of the 1993 Cambridge Conference" Home | Issue Contents Evidence for the Extreme Youth of Venus Wal Thornhill "The purpose of the Universe is the perpetual astonishment of mankind." - Arthur C. Clarke "Person who say it cannot be done should not interrupt person doing it." - spurious Chinese proverb Introduction The planet Venus is the brightest object in the sky - after the Sun and the Moon. Astronomers repeatedly refer to it as Earth's twin' [1 ]. They should not - for twins are always born close together in time and there is no evidence to support their assumption that the two ...
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7. A Tale Of Two Venuses [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 4 No 2 (1998) Home | Issue Contents A Tale Of Two Venuses Charles Ginenthal In the previous paper Donald Patten has raised the question related to Velikovsky's hypothesis; that Venus is too massive a body to have exhibited a comet-like tail. This is related to the nature of Jupiter's interior, as will be demonstrated below. Henry H. Bauer has attacked Velikovsky because of his prediction of radio noise from Jupiter: 1. . . he coupled the original suggestion with the acknowledgment that Jupiter is cold." ' What Velikovsky wrote was: "In Jupiter and its moons we have a system not unlike the solar family. The planet is ...
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... From: Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky by Charles Ginenthal CD Home | Contents Contents Part I An Improbable Tale The Historical Evidence Velikovsky's theory Part II Sagan's Problems First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eight Nine Ten Problems Appendices Conclusion Sagan's seventh problem: The clouds of venus Clouds of water vapor Of what are the clouds of Venus composed? The atmosphere of the Earth is composed of nitrogen and oxygen, but the clouds above are composed of water vapor. Are the clouds of Venus composed of water? Velikovsky compiled a short list of spectroscopic analyses of the Venusian clouds to determine if they are made of water vapors in some form. The list reads as follows: "The ...
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9. Venus An Interim Report [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Review Vol IV No 4 (Spring 1980) Home | Issue Contents Venus An Interim Report Wal Thornhill Wal Thornhill, B.Sc., is a computer scientist employed by the Australian government. Editorial Introduction In an introductory chapter to his most recent book, New Worlds for Old (Newton Abbot 1979), Duncan Lunan writes: "With the beginning of physical exploration by spacecraft, new and previously unsuspected facts came pouring in. Explorer 1 found that the Earth was sheathed in belts of trapped radiation. Luna 2 indicated that the moon has no intrinsic magnetic field. Luna 3 photographed the Moon's far side, never before seen by Man, and silenced ...
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... The Youthful Planet Venus Charles Ginenthal Good afternoon. It's a great pleasure to be here and I'm not so much only going to speak about Venus. I also want to speak about science and scientists and how they deal with evidence that does not fit their theories. I appreciate Tom Van Flandern's remark about whether or not we're fooling ourselves and really practicing science. I have a good deal of admiration for Dr. Van Flandern because he has had the courage to follow the evidence related to recent solar system catastrophism, and for this he's paid a price as has Victor Clube, and others for going outside mainstream astronomical theory. He told me an interesting story about his having ...
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