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... and about 8-1/2 miles in diameter orbiting somewhere between the orbital latitudes of Jupiter and Saturn which exerts an anomalous hug and squeeze effect on Earth to where it would become a prolate spheroid, having a diameter greater at the ... the far north. One might freely speculate that similar boluses exist in the North Pacific as well as additional temperature anomalies which migrate throughout the oceans in the southern hemisphere. All such phenomena indicate a dynamic undercurrent to regulate equilibrium in ... terrestrial seas to maintain a somewhat stable rate of Earth's rotation. In any scenario, the adding or subtracting of angular momentum to Earth's rotation will have a profound effect on the terrestrial oceans, both air and water, with attendant ...
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... , or that a significant period of time elapsed between the production of the first chariots and their eventual use in warfare. On the other hand, there is something strangely anomalous in the concept that the Hyksos should be credited with the invention of the chariot when they were so completely non-productive in the arts otherwise. Actually, direct evidence that ... a satisfactory method for elevating these guesses to the realm of valid conclusions. Characterized as are the current views on the interpretations of archaeology by numerous anachronisms, inconsistencies, and anomalies, it cannot be safely concluded that the chronology of Egypt as now accepted is no longer susceptible to even major corrections. So long as the dating methods used in ...
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... concerning age, which was later published [Cook, 1957]. An attempt to publish another manuscript giving direct evidence for the short-time chronometry of the atmosphere and oceans entitled Anomalous Chronometry in the Atmosphere and Hydrosphere', not unexpectedly nor without some cause, met with considerable opposition and was not published. Interestingly enough, the apparent fact that ... Palaeomagnetism Chapter XV LIFE, EVOLUTION AND THE FOSSIL RECORD Unsolved Problems of Life Science; Physico-chemical Aspects of Life Chapter XVI CRITIQUE ON EVOLUTION Time and Evolution; Fossils; Fossil Anomalies; Fossil Succession BIBLIOGRAPHY LIST OF PLATES View (northwest-ward) of an Arcuate Welt' at Wasatch-Uinta Juncture- Probably due to Southwest-ward (Ice Sheet-Driven) Overthrusts PHOTOGRAPH ...
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... , and brittle fracture rays; Crater Tycho; Altai Scarp, a "giant bathtub; Moon far-side. References 270-275 Summary and Introduction to Appendices 276-277 Appendices 278-332 I. Anomalous Chronometry; II. Isostacy and Metastacy; III. Particle-Light Theury; IV. Classical Model of Chemical Bond; V. Many Electron Atoms; VI. Bond Energy ... an irrational compromise; Theistic evolution at BYU; My poll of LDS Church Presidents:9 to 1 against organic evolution with 2 providing no way to tell. Chapter XIII Anomaly vs. Reality Polystrate fossils; 236-252 Polystrate fossils, unfossilized trees in pre-Cambrian taconite mine; The Bill Meister discovery of footprints in "trilobite beds near Delta, Utah ...
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... to believe that what Velikovsky had found within a certain historical period, was neither temporally, nor, as structurally limited as his scenario had become. Indeed, more recent anomalous material beyond Velikovsky' s time limit I had found to be equally provocative; and though I'm still not sure of much of its meaning or significance, the material ... before delving into these observations, I'd like to explain why I've researched this subject. As is well known here, Velikovsky put a chronological cap on his research into celestial anomalies. The cap was the year 687 B.C .E . Nevertheless, I had found data that led me to believe that what Velikovsky had found within a ...
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... period of the Judges. This is 120 years short of the period as given to this era in the KJV rendering of Acts 13:20. Yet it is quite anomalous that either Paul or the chronographer of I Kings should make an error of more than 100 years in this matter, for both could be expected to have an unerring ... and Egypt. Israel was repeatedly oppressed by neighboring peoples during this time but never is Egypt mentioned as being in any way related to these conflicts. The situation presents an anomaly which cannot be disregarded. How could the rising power of Israel under Joshua conquer such a large slice of the Egyptian empire without any evidence of such a conquest appearing ...
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... to mid-ocean ridges requires only a presumption that magnetized rocks of normal polarity behave at sea much as they do on land. This simple truth undoubtedly delayed the arrival of the anomalous idea that the sea floor may be read as a magnetic calendar, or diary, of earth history. Writing in 1961, Arthur Raff favored an explanation according to ... . Mason of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography towed a magnetometer off the stern of a ship sailing from Samoa to San Diego. The instrument revealed an intriguing series of magnetic anomalies- field intensities higher or lower than theory would predict- along the track of the ship. It appeared that the anomalies were arranged alternately positive and negative- high ...
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18. Isotopic Anomalies in Chronometric Science [Journals] [SIS Review]
... that best confirms the suspected archaeological context. The purpose of the present paper is to consider some of the natural isotopic fractionation processes that may possibly account for some of the anomalous dates. In most radiometric dating techniques, a great deal of importance is attached to the establishment of "conventional isotopic abundances". The abundances of the particular isotopes ... From: SIS Review Vol II No 4 (Spring 1978) Home | Issue Contents Isotopic Anomalies in Chronometric Science Don Robins Dr G. V. Robins is an inorganic chemist; his Ph.D . involved research into magneto-chemistry. The relative abundance of isotopes of an element in a sample often gives a clue to the sample's history ...
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... Worlds in Collision, Velikovsky noted numerous tales of disaster and upheaval in which the agent of destruction possessed cometary attributes- even as it was identified with the planet Venus. The anomalous cometary traits of Venus in world mythology thus represent key pieces of argument; the strength of the argument, in turn, deriving from the breadth of sources. Velikovsky ... researcher has discovered that few if any of the primary themes of myth answer to our familiar sky. Hence, to focus on recurring themes is to focus on the recurring anomalies of myth. But rather than confront the issue of recurring anomalies, Forrest descends into a swamp of marginal details, picking at virtually every paragraph of Worlds in Collision ...
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... the Galaxy consisted of molecular clouds rather than old, dead stars [255]. Further support came from Clube and Napier, who argued that the current solar orbit is anomalously flat, possibly because of encounters during the recent passage through Gould's Belt, an appendage of the Orion arm of the Galaxy [105,260]. They went ... rock samples from Stevns Klint, Denmark, and Woodside Creek, New Zealand, the initial purpose of the investigation was forgotten and a controversial hypothesis formulated: an iridium abundance anomaly, precisely at the K-T boundary at three widely-separated sites, was taken as evidence that a 10 km asteroid had struck the Earth, causing mass extinctions and bringing to ...
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