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... abundant evidence that other cosmic bodies can cross these orbits, thus potentially interfering with the planets and their satellites. Let us move in through the Solar System, looking for anomalous features at each planet in turn. Most planets are found close to the plane of the Earth's orbit (the ecliptic), but the orbit of Pluto, the ... so formed then remained in orbits which did not bring them into conflict with each other, the Solar System today would surely show more consistency of features, with far fewer anomalies, than it actually does. Supercomputers such as the Cray at the University of London, used in Professor Archie Roy's Project LONGSTOP, and the Digital Orrery at the ...
32. Thoth Vol I, No. 17: June 30, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... , Velikovsky noted many tales of disaster and upheaval in which the agent of destruction possesses cometary attributes, even as it is identified with the _planet_ Venus. The anomalous "cometary" traits of Venus in world mythology thus became key pieces of the argument, and the strength of the argument derived from the breadth of sources. Velikovsky ... The Velikovskian investigator has discovered that none of the primary themes of myth answers 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 ...
33. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... : The compilation of a list of scientific phenomena worthy of further attention and research The presentation of a "first look" at the entire spectrum of what I have found anomalous, provocative, and exciting in science The provision, via a menu-type index, of a guide to my many already published Catalogs and Handbooks of anomalies and curiosities. ... an Asimov, Chop a Chomsky in American Scientist, Vol. 88, March 2000 Uncommon Sense : The Heretical Nature of Science by Alan Cromer; OUP 1993. Scientific Anomaly Outlines www.science-frontiers.com/sourcebk.htm Scientific Anomalies and other Provocative Phenomena Compiled by William Corliss An Annotated Outline of 6,000 Entries. It should ...
34. Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2000:1 "Proceedings of the SIS Silver Jubilee Event" Home | Issue Contents Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity by Charles Raspil Charles Raspil has a BA in Political Science from the City College of New York and is employed as a representative for the City of New York at Administrative ... known planets, Velikovsky's suggestion that these 2 suns were Venus and Mars seems incorrect. I would suggest that these two suns' may have been plasmoids. (That planetary anomalies were simultaneously occurring is, of course, important and leads one to ponder over the cumulative effects of widespread electromagnetic excess.) It seems that one of the functions ...
35. ASTROBLEMES AND GASTROBLEMES [Journals] [Aeon]
... . Pseudotachylites produced at exogenic cataforms (Ries, Rotor Kamm) conclusively demonstrate their non-diagnosticism for endogeny. AEROSOLS Discovery by L.W . Alvarez and co-workers in 1979 of anomalous iridium in a clay known as the boundary clay at the Cretaceous/Tertiary (K /T ) boundary was followed rapidly by worldwide identification of the phenomenon. Since ... was based on several premises: 1) that a massive species extinction event occurred suddenly at the K/T boundary; 2) that there was a single high iridium anomaly in the boundary clay; and 3) that the quantity of iridium implied was too great to have come from any known Earth surface source such as a large volcano ...
36. Some Implications of Saunders' Lunar Hypothesis [Journals] [SIS Review]
... valley of Ajalon. And the Sun stood still and the Moon stayed' [4 ]; so there is at least one account of the Moon behaving in a highly anomalous manner. Saunders makes a good case that Newgrange, Stonehenge and Avebury were first built as lunar observatories but used to observe the Sun too; and he interprets the ... tale of four solar reversals, a Hopi legend and the lunar interpretation of stone L19 in ELD. Did the writers of classical myth focus on the more obviously visible solar anomaly, while Hyperboreans, having a lunar observatory but lacking a written language, drew the Moon's motions on megaliths? Be that as it may, the mytho-historical record does ...
37. The Crystal Sun, by Robert Temple (Review) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... so. Over the subsequent 30 years Temple took up the research challenge and this new book announces his spectacular results. It is clearly demonstrated that the Layard lens is hardly anomalous but that numerous lenses - more than 450 at Temple's last count - have been excavated from the Bronze Age onwards but have been largely unrecognised by archaeologists. They lie ... excavated by Henry Layard from the palace of Sargon II in Assyria, thus dating to around 700 BC. The quote above comes from Charles Fort's fascinating 1919 compendium of scientific anomalies, The Book of the Damned. Some fifty years later, Robert Temple's attention was drawn to the lens by Derek de Solla Price, Professor of the History of ...
38. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... unfortunately without acknowledgement to him." Great American Interchange In Workshop 4:2 , p. 23, we reported on an article by F. T. Kyte showing anomalously high levels of iridium and gold in Antarctic sediments from 2-3 million years ago. Kyte noted that there was no record of extinctions at this age. Abery had previously ... firm believers in spirits and ghosts, and Wallace's companion had twice experienced his car cut out in a place supposedly good for ghosts. The possible connection between magnetic/electric anomalies, human detection of "spirits" and plant mutations should not be lightly dismissed. source: J. Chaline, "Rodents, evolution and prehistory", Endeavour ...
39. Conclusion: Entropy [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... about the same rate. The Ulysses probe, launched in 1996 towards Jupiter, before swinging into an orbit that took it over the Sun's poles, had an even larger anomalous pull towards the Sun. Data from Galileo, now orbiting among Jupiter's moons, appears to show the same effect. 324 In the Ulysses case, the slowing is ... effects and can cancel them out. "That is, they thought they could, until Anderson's team started analyzing Pioneer 10 data collected since 1987. They found a systematic anomaly, as if Pioneer 10 were receiving an extra tug from the Sun's gravity. The disagreement is 80 billionths of a centimeter per second squared, a tiny rate of ...
40. Velikovsky, Mars, and the Eighth Century B. C. Part One [Journals] [Kronos]
... a seasonal inundation of the Nile, then what was it? There is no further discussion of the subject. There are two things about this flood which seem to be anomalous: its severity, and its date - especially the date. The most extreme case would be a divergence of 26 weeks from the average. Unfortunately, neither Velikovsky's ... was cut. I cannot imagine that the stonecutter stood at the wall with water swirling around his knees. So if the date has been read correctly, we have an anomaly of about ten weeks to explain in the timing of the flood. We have also its height to consider. Are these phenomena merely unusual, or are they also ...
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