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81. Collapsing Tests of Time [Books] [de Grazia books]
... 1861-64. Over 100 strata could be identified. Historical research suggested that two or three floods, each lasting a few days, produced them. In the history of geology anomalous discoveries in supposedly old sedimentary deposits are numerous: a Roman coin ploughed up from the prairie of Illinois ; a doll sucked from under till and lava ... requirements. Can coral polyps feed upon bluegreen algae? Do shallow warm lava bottoms and new limestone accelerate coral growth? All those questions can make the coral reef an "anomaly" in short-time reckoning, reminding one of the "anomalies" that are similarly handled by uniformitarians in regard to apparently catastrophic phenomena such as vast "riverformed plains" ...
82. Letters [Journals] [SIS Review]
... for a single method that provides an answer for all the data that we move away from primitive and even conventional machining methods and are forced to consider methods which are somewhat anomalous for that period of history. The theory of ultrasonic machining resolves all the unanswered questions where other theories have fallen short. ' Dunn concludes as follows I believe there ... strictly speaking a solution of the Venus Tablets, because the date of Year 1 will not fit. It may be that a revision of the astronomical tables will remove this anomaly. John D. Weir, Edinburgh Dead Sea Pyramids?On a visit to Israel in 1995 we visited the Dead Sea, which is now shrinking because of falling ...
83. 40Ar/39Ar Dating anomalies [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... one to work itself out to where a reasonable consensus was achieved. In these chapters lewin describes the various dating procedures that were used, and how and why they obtained anomalous results. (Despite the title, this book is not a creationist work. Roger Lewin has co-authored several books with Richard Leakey, as well as other books on ... From: SIS Internet Digest 1996:1 Home | Issue Contents Newsgroups: talk.origins 40Ar/39Ar Dating anomalies From: Dan Ford, email@example.com Date: Thu, 22 Jun 95 12:56:29 GMT firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr Nancy's Sweetie) wrote:> In ...
84. Site Stratification: is it a Sound Methodology? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... pass. The use of the arch and vault most likely dates to the 1st millennium and the wedge-shaped bricks were probably used soon after the other techniques were devised. An Anomalous Statue Moving into the period of c.2450 to 2100 BC, one of the early kings of Ur was, according to Woolley, a man named Entemena. ... conflict with what one would expect if the assumptions underlying the methodology were valid. The methodology has only been maintained by the use of strained explanations to account for the numerous anomalies that are found at most sites. In the Discussions in Egyptology paper, I pointed out some gross anomalies at Anatolian (Hittite), Mesopotamian, and biblical sites ...
85. Obituary: Derek Scott Allan (1917-2000) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... as nurse', Derek became a reader at the nearby Bodleian Library and began to marshal his Arctic material in book form. In 1966 Hapgood had published independent studies of anomalous maps of Greenland, Antarctica, the Mediterranean basin and northwest Europe in his Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings. Derek approached Thorsons, publishers of the English edition, ... Arctic researches but without success. He corresponded with Hapgood, discussing their differing views: Derek believed that only a change in the orientation of Earth's axis could account for the anomalies, while Hapgood favoured crustal shift. Deciding that additional research was needed on the geophysics, Derek withdrew his manuscript. In the mid-1970s Derek moved to Iffley, in ...
86. Catastrophism and Evolution [Journals] [SIS Review]
... such as the turtles and crocodiles, could hibernate to avoid the adverse conditions; perhaps the dinosaurs did not practise hibernation. There is now increasing evidence, from sites with anomalous amounts of the noble metal iridium, that the mass extinctions at the end of the Cretaceous and Eocene were caused by meteorite (or cometary) impact. The map ... S. Gilmore, J. D. Knight, C. L. Pillmore, R. H. Tschudy and J. E. Fassett: "An iridium abundance anomaly at the palynological Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary in northern New Mexico", Science 214 (1981), pp. 1341-1343. 73. J. Smit and G. Klaver: ...
87. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Hence a look into the skies for the cause of the burial of Schliemann's Troy is not unreasonable. But will it be only for the effects of remote volcanism? An anomalous detail demands attention: Schliemann mentions that the stones of the road out of the gate had been heated to the point of disintegration but, a few feet further out ... to unscientific vilification. Schaeffer, Professor at the Sorbonne and a renowned excavator, has been hardly cited for his magnum opus. Few scholars have been ready to confront the anomalies of their own findings. One exception was Spiridon Marinatos, who plunged to his death in 1974 at the famous site of his work. His excavation of the Minoan ...
88. Introduction - Ages in Chaos? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in the orthodox chronology) or the 6th (as in Velikovsky's). Members of this group also tried to use this model of Egyptian chronology to remove some of the anomalous features from the histories of Anatolia, Syria and Mesopotamia . However, whilst some aspects, viewed in isolation, appeared encouraging, it was concluded around ... author in this case being unaware of Velikovsky's ideas until just before publication of his book. His study of the spread of metallurgy and glazing techniques had revealed many concerns and anomalies. For example, Dayton wondered about the reliability of Petrie's much-vaunted pottery sequences, when vessels supposedly from the 1st Dynasty but excavated from disturbed ground showed the same advanced ...
89. The Causal Source for the Climatic Changes at 2300 BC [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in other areas. Arctic Triggering and Global Climate The cooling of the Arctic had a major effect on the Earth's climate. Recent theoretical studies have shown that the effects of anomalous conditions in one region may be propagated to distant regions by atmospheric dynamics, referred to as teleconnections. It has already been demonstrated that the El Nino events, brought ... 100 years. The temperature level was essentially steady between these . According to the climatologist Budyko , Systematic calculations show that small positive air temperature anomalies in summer would cause the Arctic pack ice to disappear in a few years, after which the Arctic Ocean would remain ice-free, resulting in important changes in climatic conditions ...
90. Krupp And Velikovsky [Journals] [Kronos]
... time.(15) Additional support has since come from more recent sources such as Noel and Tarling (1975) who state: "Studies of the unvarved sequences indicate anomalous changes in declination and low inclination values around 860 B.C . This may represent a more recent geomagnetic event, the Starno event, and may be the reversal ... the reported changes in magnetic declination and inclination ca. 800 B.C . and the magnetic field intensity. Possibly, the same event or events caused both sets of anomalies. I have shown, in this section, that a review of the archaeological and historical evidence concerning the recent history of the terrestrial magnetic field provides striking confirmation of ...
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