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201. Yet Another Chapter... [Journals] [Pensee]
... an important, more minor constituent, in this mixture: if you drop this mixture in water, or in a dilute acid, you make amino acids-the building blocks of protein. And these are made in exceptionally high yield. "In such experiments we have made something like 40 amino acids, 40 different kinds of amino acids. In biology there are only 20 that are used. We've made some of the sulfur-containing amino acids. The point is, that this is an extremely efficient way to make the building blocks of life. There is nothing significantly different in these experiments than exists in the atmosphere of Jupiter, or Saturn, or Uranus, or Neptune, or the ...
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202. Unorthodox Science: past, present and future [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... .E . Shnoll (Moscow State Univ., Russia): Realization of discrete states during fluctuations in macroscopic processes. R. van Wijk (Univ. Utrecht, Netherlands): High dilutions research. V.E . Zhvirblis (Russia): Does Galvani current' exist? - about physical vaccuum influence on macrofluctuations in physical and biological objects. K. Zioutas (Univ. Thessalonike, Greece): Evidence of dark matter from biological observations. Call for Papers: All interested European SSE members are encouraged to submit abstracts for short contributed presentations. Abstracts no longer than 450 words must be submitted before August 1, by email (plain ASCII) to: emi2@ ...
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203. Aeon Volume IV, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... which produced the series "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered". He is, additionally, the author of The Saturn Myth and various articles which have appeared in KRONOS and AEON. Edward J. Steele is the author of Somatic Selection and Adaptive Evolution: On the Inheritance of Acquired Characters, and is currently involved in further studies at the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Wollongong, Australia, as also at the Division of Cell Biology at the John Curtin School of Medical Research, Canberra, also in Australia. Ev Cochrane is the author of numerous articles on comparative mythology and archaeoastronomy. He previously served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS and is currently the publisher of AEON. He ...
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204. Chaos and Creation by Alfred de Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the body of scholars, the human mind today is moving into an area "where the action is". For perhaps no more exciting and important a set of problems is to be found anywhere in the realms of science and scholarship. Every discipline is implicated in the theory of ancient catastrophes - psychology, sociology, linguistics, archaeology, biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology, together with their many subdivisions down to special and new sciences, such as plasma physics, dendrochronology, and mega-vitamin therapy [1 ]. It has something to say about "the Jupiter Effect," "the Ion Effect," and "the Bermuda Triangle," not to ...
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205. "Mankind in Amnesia": An Overview [Journals] [Kronos]
... differences with these theorists. Freud had struggled throughout his career to discover a theoretically suitable source for the collective dynamics of the unconscious mind. Unable to account for them adequately in his patients' personal histories, Freud reasoned that present-day humanity had inherited a complex of impulses and emotions stemming from the behavior of our uncivilized, primeval ancestors Driven by biological sex instincts, and within a hypothetical early social order (the "primal horde"), acts of parricide and incest became the commonplace means by which a younger generation of sexually mature males succeeded their progenitor. Intense motives, emotions, and conflicts associated with these events became an inherited, unconscious racial complex - a race memory of ...
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206. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is recommended as a popular account of the subject. GROWTH RHYTHMS AND THE HISTORY OF THE EARTH'S ROTATION edited by G. D. Rosenberg and S. K. Runcorn Wiley 1975. Using the history of the Earth's rotation as a unifying theme, the editors present a collection of papers spanning various aspects of geophysics, astronomy, palaeontology and biology which survey methods of measuring the Earth's rotation, past and present. The direct techniques comprise biological growth increment measurement and ancient and modern astronomical observations, while the indirect methods involve theoretical calculations based on geophysical assumptions such as tidal friction, planetary expansion, decay of gravity and convection within the Earth. A useful - and interdisciplinary - handbook ...
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... (Poster) Global Catastrophes: New Evidence from Astronomy, Biology and Archaeology 29th October 1983 Speakers DR VICTOR CLUBE (Senior Principal Scientific Officer, Royal Observatory Edinburgh; co-author of the Cosmic Serpent): Comets- the Cause of Historic and Prehistoric Catastrophes BREAK FOR LUNCH DR TREVOR PALMER (Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Life Sciences, Trent Polytechnic): Catastrophism and Evolution A PUBLIC MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY 29th OCTOBER (11 a.m . to 6 pm.) admission 50p refreshments available on campus BYRON LECTURE THEATRE, BYRON BUILDING, TRENT POLYTECHNIC, SHAKESPEARE STREET, CITY CENTRE, NOTTINGHAM SOCIETY FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Hon. Treasurer ...
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... presence of a solar capacitor. The first proposes a new source of red-shift in photons leaving a central star (the "Induced Electric Dipole Red-Shift" - IEDRS). Numerous in-lab experiments exist which can prove its validity. The other is the source of magnetic dynamos in stars and planets (and also magnetic reversals). Discussed briefly are biological evolution and the "Collective Fear of Velikovsky" that has permeated the scientific community for the past 35 years. V. THE INDUCED ELECTRIC DIPOLE RED-SHIFT (IEDRS) The search for an alternative cause of red-shifted photons in stellar spectral lines is not new. Many investigators have noted(1 ) that certain red-shift data are not explained by ...
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209. "Let There Be Light" - A Criticism [Journals] [Kronos]
... as different acts of a god not exclusively destructive. It is meaningless to hypothesize ". .. reality was reversed and .. . destruction .. . transmogrified into a credo of genetic Creation" (Ibid., p. 49) if the credo was based on man's witness to and participation in an actual process of celestial and biological creation! In this context the myth is a record; subsequent elaboration does not vitiate its essence. People may repress terrifying memories of catastrophes and in later generations lose the ability to understand the past; however, we must establish what components of myth have been ". .. manufactured .. ." (Ibid., p ...
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... p. 1. Editor's Comment: Mr. Thompson's remarks are thoughtful, but they require two points of clarification: 1) R. H. Brady's point, endorsed by both Bethell and Macbeth, seems to have been overlooked. Natural selection is not tautological in principle, although it is so in practice because of the immense complexity of biological systems. See KRONOS VII:4 , p. 5. 2) While Karl Popper was quoted accurately, he has since altered his position. In the 17 July 1980 New Scientist, p. 215, Popper was quoted from his autobiography Unended Quest: "It is therefore important to show that Darwinism is not a scientific theory ...
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