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... of Deluge and Dragon-Fight, of Earth-End and Earth-Creation, of Gods and Heroes. How old man is we cannot even faintly guess. One thing, however, is a biologically certain fact: he is by no means of recent extraction, but of extremely ancient lineage. The cataclysm of the Tertiary Age, that is, of the breakdown ... in the last stages of the cataclysm, the Great Flood or Deluge, or at the time when Luna became the companion of our Earth. We must rather ask the biologist about man's extremely delicate and complicated body, full of atavisms and bud-organs; we must ask the psychologist about the strange working of his mind, his dreams, his ...
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132. Evidence for the Extreme Youth of Venus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... clarify the origins of the Solar System. Each time the mysteries increased. Astronomy has been blighted by uniformitarianism in the same way as the other natural sciences, geology and biology. Put simply, that is, the only forces which are allowed to act in the past are those we see in action today. The geologists and biologists then ... vast spans of time to produce the complex world we observe. The astronomers were happy to oblige. So the features we witness on planetary surfaces were said to be the result of infrequent impacts and slow evolution over billions of years. Of course, impacts are catastrophic. But they have been pushed into the remote past, just as violent ...
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... of brain owned by the species Homo sapiens, but his contemporaries paid no heed to his admonitions; least of all the humanists who applied, without blinking , the strictly biological scheme of the evolution of organisms to the cultural history of the single species Homo sapiens. In later centuries historians may declare all of us insane, because this incredible ... even raciation itself, is only an evolutionary episode. In that whole, CroMagnon man is the last link. All of protohistory is a last-minute flickering. But while the biologists were wondering, something great had come upon the scene, arriving from unexpected quarters. Sir James George Frazer was a highly respected classical scholar who, while editing the ...
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... had), and errors of Ignorance put forth by Velikovsky, but that is now understood to be merely establishment propaganda by the side in power. Astronomy, geology and biology have changed so much since 1950, and changed always to the disadvantage of uniformitarianism, that with the help of hindsight we can now perceive the Affair in a much ... , therefore, the title of his magazine is a lie. The Skeptical Inquirer never inquires skeptically into traditional belief. In a further chapter, Ginenthal turns his attention to biologist Stephen Jay Gould and finds that he displays the same split personality when it comes to Velikovsky, i.e ., criticizing him for alleged scientific faults and then ...
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135. The Velikovsky Affair [Books] [de Grazia books]
... live in a world where the only divinity is Fortuna and nothing is certain beyond measurement and probability. As Freud contends, neuroses originate from the failure, due to inferior biological endowment combined with stunted psychic growth, to face the burden of the human condition in a world that owes us nothing. Some contemporary thinkers were frightened, for the ... biblical story of Creation, that the solar system has remained unchanged since it was created eons ago, and their assumption has of necessity determined the views of geologists and historical biologists. This dogma, being basically of theological and not scientific nature, is grounded itself on fear, as Galileo and Laplace have pointed out. The evidence is that ...
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... : Robert West Howard's The Dawnseekers (1975) and Adrian J. Desmond's The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs (1976). Today, naturalists must reconsider the old explanation of dinosaurs and the previous reasons given for their eventual extinction. The present view of things is best understood within the historical perspective. Among the Presocratics, Xenophanes recognized both the historical and biological significance of fossils, i.e . he held that they are the remains of once-living organisms preserved in rock strata. Thales, Anaximander, Heraclitus, and Empedocles also supported evolutionary concepts.(1 ) Unfortunately, neither Plato nor Aristotle adopted the evolutionary perspective; in fact, Aristotle himself taught the eternal fixity of all plant and ...
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... spite of the fact that environmental intervention can reduce the number of early deaths, it has not substantially increased the life expectancy of those who "die of old age".* In this paper, we will examine the possibility of environmental change of planetary electrical characteristics as a possible causal factor in man's normal life span. [* The biological roles of vitamins and trace elements with respect to aging will be treated at another time. - The Ed.] Velikovsky, in his works, has successfully predicted discoveries which were heralded as impossible, and as rubbish, because they clashed with "known" scientific fact. Much of his work was based on the acceptance of the ...
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... in the "What?", it was a more materialistic view of things, they were interested in just observing things, describing them and making fairly thick books of new species of plants and animals. But from the natural history approach, we have come to what is generally termed geology and on the other side of the spectrum, biology; geology the study of life of the past, which would be historical geology, and physical geology the study of processes occurring on the surface of the Earth that had helped change the surface of our planet. Then on the biological side, you have the basic division into botany and zoology. Today we have a fracturing of all ...
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139. Electrically Induced Nuclear Fusion [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents Electrically Induced Nuclear Fusion Biology in order to explain the trans-membrane potential of the cell-(TMP) adopts an unproven hypothesis of a procedure in which sodium Na is exchanged with potassium K inside and out of the cell. This assumed exchange in Biology is called the sodium-potassium pump-(SPP). The SPP leads to elementary contradictions, known in the literature. However, the SPP is the best choice hypothesis based on the exclusion, assumed impossible, of cold nuclear fusion of sodium to potassium in the biological cell level. In this ...
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140. Time, Electricity and Quantavolution [Books] [de Grazia books]
... dilute, that they have been overlooked by observers. The binary electrical axis has been diffused into a pervasive solar wind, which permeates the planetary plane. The once-substantial binary partner is dispersed into at least a dozen sizeable fragments and myriad fragments of smaller debris. All of this has happened in fourteen millennia. 6. All major chemical and biological developments occurred in a period of a quarter of a million years at the beginning of Solaria Binaria. The number of species peaked in the period of Pangean Stability and has been steadily reduced by catastrophes. 7. The planets and the Sun are accumulating electric charge and have separated greatly, whereupon their ability to discharge (take charge) ...
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