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331. Usenet newsgroup focus [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... contains a digest of some of those discussion. How to read newsgroups messages There are over 15,000 discussion groups, called newsgroups, that fall into one of several major categories called a hierarchy. For example, all newsgroups in the alternative hierarchy have names that begin alt; other common hierarchies include science (sci), talk, biology (bio), and comp (computing). The names of newsgroups may include dots and hyphens, but not spaces. Newsgroup messages have a subject; a group of messages and replies with the same subject is called a thread. Each message has a header line indicating the name of the person it is from (or a ...
332. Ray Tomes' Harmonic Theory [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the cosmic X-ray (and probably microwave) background radiation. 7. The relative abundance and lifetimes of isotopes. 8. The known very long period geological cycles. 9. Many astronomical periods on all scales. 10. Most periods of observed cycles on earth in the range days to thousands of years in climate, geophysics, economics, biology, meteorology. 11. The exact calculation of the fine structure constant as 1/137.035986341... 12. Why the large numbers hypothesis is meaningful (this concerns numbers in physics/cosmology such as 1040 and 1080). 13. Unites gravity with electromagnetism. 14. The missing mass problem. 15. The ...
333. The Advanced Book Exchange Home Page [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Exchange Home Page http://www.abebooks.com Bibliofind http://www.bibliofind.com Two sites featuring tens of thousands of second-hand books from hundreds of dealers. Type-in an author or title and find out who has a copy, or leave a request. For example, a search for C. Louis Kervran's Biological Transmutations turned up several copies, including one for just £7 . If you don't have Internet access, pop along to your local Internet Cafe. ...
334. Second SIS Cambridge Conference Report [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... event and when will be the next? Verschuur's tale had a moral: when Pandora opened her box of calamities, there fell out Hope. And "Hope" gets in the way of devising strategies to deal with the impact hazard to civilization. Whereas, in the chaotic evolution of life on Earth, contingency teaches us that from a biological perspective we are "lucky" to be here, our key advantage, according to Verschuur, is the human ability to communicate information, and hence more effectively to adapt to rapid environmental change, whether caused by astronomical or purely geological processes. Subsequent papers, including poster presentations, focussed on Archaeology, Geology and Climatology, History and ...
335. International Conference "90-th Anniversary of the Tunguska Problem" [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... in the past and future. A trip to the epicenter is also planned. Organizers: Presidium of Russian Academy of Science; Committee on meteorites Russian Academy of Science; Commission on meteorites and cosmic dust Siberian branch Russian Academy of Science; Fund of the development of the lower Angara-river region Krasnoyarsk; Tomsk State University; Scientific research institute of biology & biophysics (Tomsk); Administration of the Evenk autonomous region. Proceedings: The abstracts and the reports are planned to be published in the Proceedings of the conference. Correspondence: Email: email@example.com Tel: + 7 3912-296-998. Fax: 296-995. Mail: Russia, 660017, Krasnoyarsk, ul. ...
336. A paradigm's worth of difference? [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... and dates during the past decade. We examine the reasons for this stalemate, focusing on the presentation of these models by their principal advocates, Christopher Stringer and Milford Wolpoff. In particular, we consider whether the RAO-MRE dispute is a paradigm crisis. The modern human origins debate can be placed in the broader context of unresolved controversies within evolutionary biology (e .g ., punctuated equilibrium vs. gradualism, use of cladistics, and species definitions). While the two sides hold conflicting views, we argue that such differences do not constitute a paradigm clash. Since both share a commitment to Darwinian evolutionary theory, the debate cannot be characterized as a paradigm clash at the level ...
337. The Living Cosmos [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Mass Speciations, and Paleobiogeography; Cycles of Extinction. The Unity of the Sun, Earth and Moon Cycles in Natural Phenomena. Cycles in Natural Phenomena; Geologic and Evolutionary Cycles. The Similarities of the Planets and Other Celestial Objects The Influences of the Earth and Planets on Solar Activity Quasars as Ejection Phenomena, and the Redshift Controversy A Fundamentally Biological Universe In Defense of Nature: The History Nobody Told You About. Human History is a Natural History. The True Ascent of Humanity; Cycles of Life's Renewal; Historical Records of Renewal Cycles; The Unlearned Lesson; An Example of a Cycle: 1250 to 1050 BC- Purifying Fires and an Exodus of Enormous Proportions; Heaven-Sent Fire ...
338. Crack in Einstein's Pedestal [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... no suggestion that this breaches the principle of causality. Article: "The most likely application for this is not in time travel but in speeding up the way signals move through computer circuits,". Thornhill: Time travel is a logical absurdity. However, speeding up signalling should be possible. We could do worse than look at how biological systems communicate - as distinct from moving bulk charge around. .. . Article: Wang's experiment is the latest and possibly the most important evidence that the physical world may not operate according to any of the accepted conventions. Thornhill: Sansbury has had evidence for some years but could not get his work published. The evidence has also ...
339. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Resonances, Rupert Sheldrake .. 9 The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works, Wal Thornhill .. 10 Electric Currents in Space, Don Scott .. 10 Plasma Phenomenon in the Polar Configuration, Dave Talbott .. 10 Day 4: Mon 9 July 2001. PM .. 11 Slide Show, Steve Parsons .. 11 Biology of the Cell, Bruce Lipton .. 11 Electric Universe, Wal Thornhill .. 11 Morphic Fields, Rupert Sheldrake .. 12 Reflections on a Third Story, Michael Armstrong .. 12 Day 5: Tue 10 July 2001 .. 12 Day 6: Wed 11 July 2001, Grand Canyon trip . .. 12 Summing up ...
340. Environmental Catastrophes and Recoveries in the Holocene [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... www.brunel.ac.uk/depts/geo/Catastrophes/ August 29 - September 2, 2002, Department of Geography & Earth Sciences, Brunel University Uxbridge, United Kingdom. An inter-disciplinary conference on past geological and environmental catastrophes, and their impact on our society. This conference will involve not only the Quaternary community but also biologists, archaeologists, historians and economists. Including: (a ) Geological catastrophes and their impact on society e.g . megalandslides, earthquakes, tsunami, volcanic eruptions (b ) Environmental causes of civilisation collapse (c ) Epidemics, plague, haemorrhagic fever (d ) Climatological impacts on society, e.g . historical droughts ( ...
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