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... about the temporal boundary between Modern Welsh and Old Welsh (somewhere between the 12th and 16th centuries A.D .) and even harder to be so about the temporal boundary between Brythonic (the language of the Britons prior to the Anglo-Saxon incursion) and Old Welsh. This difficulty, of course, is analogous to the one experienced by biologists, who are quite clear about the synchronic separation of the genera Homo and Pan but vague about the diachronic distinction between the genera Homo and Australopithecus. Nonetheless, there are substantive differences between chronographic "radicals" like Replogle(3 ) and chronographic "conservatives" like Norton-Taylor.(4 ) Most of those who hazard dates from the ...
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252. The Science of Catastrophic Events [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . Its grim disasters, acting as a backdrop against which human dramas have been played out, have been recorded in many ancient writings. As Milne shows, doomsday catastrophism, once the prerogative of 18th-century geologists steeped in the Biblical memory of the Great Flood, has now regained respectability. Catastrophism applies to many disciplines such as planetary science, biology, climatology, and evolutionary theory. The universe itself, we now believe, is a product of a giant cosmic catastrophe. Indeed life itself may have arisen when the moon may have crystallized out of a crashing mini-planet that enabled organisms to emerge into tidal pools. Floods and natural disasters seem to be on the increase everywhere and are ...
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253. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to present us with two excerpts from his work Unravelling Genesis'. The first excerpt, concerning theories of evolution and in particular the origins of man, was read out to the audience and elicited a vigorous response from those perhaps a little stunned by some revolutionary new ideas. Zysman makes absolutely no compromise with uniformitarianism in his offering of new biological and geological theses. He contends that Earth's crust is not in any way a result of recycling old material, even catastrophically, but is formed from sudden, externally acquired accretions'. These catastrophic episodes so change the entire environment that all living things have to rapidly adapt to the new conditions. To this end a systematic genetic response ...
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254. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. VIII No. 3 (Spring 1983) Home | Issue Contents Contributors Bennison Gray (Ph.D ., Univ. of Southern California); The Drs. Gray are an independent husband-and-wife team specializing in heretical scholarship ranging from linguistics to biology. Their most recent book, Evolution and the Revolution that Failed: The Semiotics of Taxonomy (in press) analyzes both fields as manifestations of the problem of evolution. Their writing has appeared in numerous scholarly publications. Alexander Jack Hastie (M .A . - Hons. - Glasgow University); Mr. Hastie's relevant interests have included being site supervisor with the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem. ...
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... 14, 1972, he presented a one-hour talk on "Man and the Universe in the Light of the Space Age" to the staff of the NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field south of San Francisco, an appearance that was sharply criticized by the National Academy of Sciences. During his speech, (co-sponsored by the Biotechnology and Planetary Biology Divisions), he suggested that the Venusian clouds have microbial life able to catalyze, that Jupiter has primitive insects, and Saturn primitive plants. When asked if he thought Freud would be studying parapsychology if he were alive today, Velikovsky discussed Freud's thoughts on ancestral memory and the operation of the brain in conjunction with his own early EEG ...
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... to contain fossil leaves, stumps and logs. Palaeocene plants from the Fosheim Peninsula of Ellesmere Island closely resemble Palaeocene floras of Western Canada's interior, proving the existence of a cosmopolitan temperate flora' at this time. Eocene sediments on northeastern Axel Heiberg Island contain fossil forests of in situ stumps; these fossil forests aid in understanding the response of biological communities to a mild polar environment. Field work in the Arctic started in 1982, with the focus on the Svendrup Basin. There has been much marine deposition in the area. The geological ages represented are mostly Palaeocene and Eocene; there are a lack of Cretaceous beds in the Canadian High Arctic. The Eureka Sound Group is widely ...
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257. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. XI No. 3 (Summer 1986) Home | Issue Contents Contributors Ev Cochrane (M .S ., Iowa State); Mr. Cochrane has studied psychology and genetics, receiving a degree in General Graduate Studies. He is currently preparing a book on biological evolution and one on Greek mythology and religion. Sean Mewhinney; A resident of Ottawa, Ontario, Mr. Mewhinney has been working seasonally as a taxation clerk for the past eight years. His avocation is ancient astronomy. Lynn E. Rose (Ph.D ., University of Pennsylvania); Dr. Rose is Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at ...
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258. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... exposition on the metaphysical basis of modern science left the audience in no doubt that the thinking of many scientists is not so rooted in some objective truth as they would like to think. The beauty of Dr Sheldrake's theory is that it is truly scientific in the sense that it can be tested. He gave some interesting examples from chemistry and biology which appeared to bear his theory out. It was interesting to note that results published within establishment organisations often belied this, due, according to inside information, to the discarding of results which did not fit orthodox expectations. He was currently running a further experiment using a crossword in the Evening Standard. An initial run had shown a ...
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259. Freud And His Heroes. File I (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... a manuscript I had begun, "Freud and His Heroes." Free from all other duties, I intended to finish and publish it in the United States. I could not forget that when I was in Paris in 1937, participating in the International Psychological Congress, I had shown an outline of an earlier work on psychology, with biological and philosophical aspects, broadly laid down, to Presses Universitaires, and it had been accepted for publication- but I had never finished it. In December of the same year, 1937, I lost my father. Seeing war approach, I realized that if I did not go to the United States and devote myself completely to the work ...
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... From "Mankind in Amnesia" © 1982 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents About The Author Immanuel Velikovsky, a citizen of the world, was born in Russia in 1895, studied natural sciences at the University of Edinburgh; history, humanities, and medicine in Moscow (M .D ., 1921); biology in Berlin; the workings of the brain in Zurich; and psychoanalysis in Vienna. As a young scholar, he founded and edited the "Scripta Universitatis", a collective work out of which grew the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Dr. Velikovsky practised psychoanalysis in Palestine for more than a decade (and later in New York). ...
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