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... it a tilt close to 23 degrees, although studies by Kulper had yielded inclinations as high as 32 degrees. 28 Velikovsky, however, suggested that Venus would probably exhibit anomalous rotation because of its recent violent interactions with other planets. Space probe data and Earth based radar studies have confirmed that Venus does have rotational properties quite out of keeping ... Jupiter, its red spot, is an atmospheric effect related to the scar where Venus was ejected. Hide has suggested that the red spot could be the result of an anomaly in the structure of Jupiter, and that the disturbance this creates manifests itself in the heavy cloud layer at the top of the atmosphere 20 He has since expanded this ...
42. Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... As Robert E. Lee informed us above, this is, apparently, quite common. Regarding this same point, Ron Willis stated that "[ t ]here are anomalous dates in the series [of dates] which do not fit. This is common in the C-14 process. Like any good archeologist, I will ignore the dates ... of how wildly inaccurate the radiocarbon technique can be. When errors of this magnitude are found in the literature, we have a clear indication that something is wrong. These anomalies, and others reported below, will illustrate that this dating methodology contains problems. The radiocarbon dating technique is, perhaps, accurate dating back no more than 50, ...
43. From Myth to Physical Model [Articles]
... the past are radically changed. The key is to follow the anomaly. For example: perhaps you begin to notice that a variety of mythical themes all point to an anomalous conclusion about the past-say, the planet Venus' former cometary identity (first discerned by Velikovsky). You begin to wonder if Venus' recurring identity as soul-star, ... uncharted territory. And if the excursion has any sane and rational justification, then the groundrules for study of the past are radically changed. The key is to follow the anomaly. For example: perhaps you begin to notice that a variety of mythical themes all point to an anomalous conclusion about the past-say, the planet Venus' former cometary ...
44. Evidence for the Extreme Youth of Venus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... I'll see it when I believe it', seems to apply to the interpretation of results relayed to Earth from all four Pioneer lander probes as their radiometers began to give anomalous results as they descended through the atmosphere. "Taken at face value, the anomalies suggest that parts of the atmosphere are transmitting about twice the energy upwards that is ... no generally accepted theory to explain planetary rotation or axial tilt. Strangely, Venus always presents the same hemisphere to the Earth at times of inferior conjunction. 3. Isotopic anomalies Three isotopes of argon are considered important in investigations of planetary atmospheres. 40Ar is produced by the decay of radioactive potassium (40K) in the planet's rocks and is ...
45. Radiocarbon Dating and Velikovskian Catastrophism [Journals] [Pensee]
... calibration. If definite anomalies are found, then the hypothesis is supported. Only Suess (49) has claimed clarity and sensitivity sufficient to analyze the calibration for the expected anomalous effects, but it is disputed whether this sensitivity is justified by the method at the current time (50). A definitive test of Velikovsky is possible because of ... fields. Moreover, C13 ratios could be variant (owing to different thermal environments). So it is reasonable to assume that these unique, catastrophic occurrences would produce radiocarbon anomalies, and possibly C13 ratio shifts. Orbital changes were observed during recent history. The available data follow: The earth's orbit expanded substantially during the first catastrophic period ( ...
46. Stars, Galaxies and Electro-Gravitic Theory [Journals] [Aeon]
... point in space they also exhibit a precession of their periastron (nearest point) like planets that exhibit perihelion advances. Because of the large masses and electromagnetic fields of stars anomalous precessional motions like those of Mercury and Icarus should be most pronounced. This is exactly the case with the binary system known as D I Herculis. This binary is ... exist an additional force to produce this large discrepancy between theory and behavior. We suggest that electromagnetic repulsion at periastron between the partners moves each sideward sufficiently to account for this anomaly. SPHERES We have shown that old red stars and galaxies composed almost entirely of these stars tend to form giant clusters. We claimed that this phenomenon is generated by ...
47. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . Mysterious Mercury Science Frontiers, No. 144, Nov. -Dec. 2002, p. 2 Is our smallest planet a recently captured interloper? It is highly anomalous, with an eccentric orbit and is extremely dense. Despite its proximity to the Sun it shows signs of having water and it also has a magnetic field but its ... our asteroid belt as it would have been cleaned up early in planetary formation. Peculiar Pluto Scientific American May 2002, pp. 38-43 Pluto was once thought to be an anomaly among the planets but it is less peculiar if viewed as the brightest of the vast numbers of objects in the Kuiper belt out beyond Neptune. Its moon Charon is ...
48. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... orbits do not fit, and the palaeontological record of major extinctions does not show the right periodicity! Another Iridium Extinction source: SCIENCE 226, p.437 Yet another anomalously high concentration of iridium has been found - in sedimentary rocks of the Canning Basin in NW Australia, dated to c.365 Myr ago and coinciding with a major ... dinosaurs seems to take place "over a couple of million years" (i .e . based upon stratum thickness, a dubious assumption); secondly, the iridium anomaly is not always in a single band, but is found in clays of slightly different ages (an assessment based upon magnetic reversal data, with its own questionable assumptions ...
49. Aeon Volume II, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... , wondering if electrical, cosmic discharges might explain the evidence. PAGE 50 Saxl's Pendulum Charles Ginenthal's electro-gravitic theory is challenged by Leroy Ellenberger, who claims that EJ. Saxl's anomalous pendulum can be explained by factors ignored by Ginenthal. PAGE 57 Pendulums and Sunspots In a rejoinder to Ellenberger, Charles Ginenthal argues that only electro-magnetic effects can account for ... , Gunnar Heinsohn offers a reinterpretation based on his proposed seventh/sixth century B.C . dating of Amarna. PAGE 40 On the Orientation of Ancient Temples and Other Anomalies Engineer Raphael Kazmann examines a number of ancient temple sites, noting a variance of orientation which is yet to be explained. He also raises the enigma of vitrification, ...
50. Metals, Salt and Oil [Books] [de Grazia books]
... myths and of children's fairy tales today tortured and enriched both the Earth and the minds of men. Cores drilled from Antarctic sediments of pleistocene age contained iridium and gold in anomalously high proportions. "A sizeable fraction of the noble metals is contained in vesicular, millimeter-sized poly-mineralistic grains that closely resemble ablation debris from chondritic meteorites, and there is ... found in floelike masses, as if they had been pancaked' down. At Kirunavaara and Loussavaara, in Lapland, there are similar deposits of iron ore. The Kursk Anomaly' in Russia consists of a mass of iron ore estimated to contain about a cubic mile of high-grade material. In the Ural area there is Gora-Blagodat, the Blessed ...
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