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371. Reflections on a Third Story [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , the last 200 years being gradualism, and only the last 50 years, catastrophic again. Day 5: Tue 10 July 2001.Day 5 was not part of the conference proper, but a day for the speakers to get together, and discuss various issues. It included general discussions on The Electric Universe, The Saturn Myth and Biological Systems. ...
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372. Cosmic Heretics [Journals] [Aeon]
... the present day. Mankind lived virtually in a Venusian world for seven centuries, for other near passes occurred at 52 year intervals, until the comet disturbed Mars, sent Mars to molest the Earth and Moon, and brought a Martian period that endured for rather less than a century. All of this had severe and prolonged after-affects geologically, biologically, and culturally. V. endeavored to be exact, allowing the series of Mars incidents to occur between the years -776 and -687 on the basis of legends and historical-archaeological evidence from around the Mediterranean and wherever else in the world it cropped up. For example, an incident of the year -776 would be the founding of the Olympic ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  30 Jul 2008  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0206/029heret.htm
373. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , and the author's certainties extend from physics to metaphysics. One of the "fallacies" listed is "That the human soul is immortal", and in a discussion of reincarnation Mr Ward writes "The difficulty in accepting any of these yearnings for immortality .. . is that no scientist in the relevant fields of medicine, genetics or biology will agree that in any meaningful sense one body can die and the spirit' (in fact the life) can pass to another body..." (Might Mr Ward be a reincarnation of Charles Bradlaugh? ) The combination of intellectual naïveté and simple faith in "authorities" such as Martin Gardner is lethal when Mr Ward ...
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... , might have come from the impacting body itself. Others are not so easy to explain. As reported by Canada's Natural Resources Department scientist, Richard Grieve:"On average I would say that one quarter of the known impact structures on the Earth have some sort of deposit associated with them." [17] The second anomaly is biological and recent. It concerns possible genetic anomalies associated with the Tunguska blast of 1908. [18] Research shows that trees, insects, and possibly even people, have been genetically changed near the center of the blast in question, as well as those who were living under the path followed by the devastating fireball. It has, ...
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375. 2nd SIS Cambridge Conference Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , Mesopotamia (~ 30), the Indian subcontinent (~ 230), China (~ 20), Persia/Afghanistan (~ 50), Iberia (~ 70) which collapsed at around 2200 200 BC, exhibit unambiguous signs of natural calamities and/or rapid abandonment. The proxy data detected in the marine, terrestrial, biological and archaeological records point to sudden ecological, climatic and social upheavals which appears to coincide with simultaneous sea- and lake level changes, increased levels of seismic activity and widespread flood/tsunami disasters. The main problem in interconnecting this vast amount of data chronologically is the application of incoherent and imprecise dating methods in different areas of geological and ...
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376. German Conference: from Gunnar Heinsohn [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the end of the Ice Age 12,000 or 13,000 before present. The botanists know that today it takes 60 to 100 years to cover a certain space with forests as we know them in Europe. They discard this knowledge when dealing with the post-glacial past by invoking wonderfully bizarre ad hoc hypotheses why, then, the same biological processes had required 1,000 to 2,000 years. When, in Wie Alt Ist Das Menschengeschlecht? (How Ancient is Man?, 1996, p.112), I brought down the date for the appearance of homo sapiens sapiens from -30,000 to -2,100 I had none of this expertise. Of ...
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377. Vox Popvli [Journals] [Aeon]
... , Einstein explained Brownian motion, and thus provided the first direct, macroscopic evidence of molecules. The debates which animated science at the turn of the 20th century included minds- Einstein, Mach, Poincaré, Planck, Hertz, Bergson- which explored fundamental concepts of nature. Today, great discoveries are being made in many fields- molecular biology, artificial intelligence, astronomy- but the analyses are feeble. Physicists recycle eastern religious philosophies, while experimental psychologists map the brain like 16th century phrenologists. Similarly, if I dare say it, the discourse among catastrophists is equally limited. Dwardu Cardona replies: The paper in question was first written in the early 1970's as Chapter 2 ...
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... . 125. 5. Ibid., p. 126. 6. Alfred Sherwood Romer, The Vertebrate Story, University of Chicago Press, 4th ed., 1959, passim. 7. Unconventional ideas are usually so dismissed by even such an otherwise gifted and encyclopedic paleontologist as George Gaylord Simpson (author of Life: An Introduction to Biology, 2nd ed., Harcourt Brace, and World, 1965, which contains, on pp. 782-799, an excellent standard overview of dinosaurs). \cdrom\pubs\journals\kronos\vol0203\084typol.htm ...
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379. The Waters that Never Really Parted [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Indus Valley, which does not seem to be reflected in the archaeological remains. At near lunar distance, the visitor would have had about 60 times the earthquake inducing effect the Moon now has. How this applies to induction of explosive volcanic eruptions, remains to be seen. A deduced limit is set upon such eruptions of the past by biological factors. Ultraviolet and warmth of the present level is needed for the survival of species such as the tree Populus trichocarpa , the giant poplar of the Pacific northwest. The seeds last only a few weeks. There cannot have been much ash in the atmosphere in the past. The foregoing illustrates the necessity to review every crucial aspect of ...
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380. Catastrophist Geology [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... T. Flowler Continuous Versus Discontinuous and Self-Perpetuating Versus Self-Terminating Processes, Peter Gretener The Perception of Continuity and Discontinuity, Peter Chadwick June 1977 Catastrophist Geology Year 2 No 2 Bone Breccias Fossil Cemeteries, V.A . Obruchev USGS versus Fringe, Johan B.Kloosterman Earthquake Lights, USGS News Release Neocatastrophism?, Otto H.Schindewolf Glaciations, Biologic Crises and Supernovae, L.J . Salop Galactic Domains, G Fluctuations and Geomagnetic Reversals, Harold Aspden December 1977 Catastrophist Geology Year 3 No 1 Radiation and the Paleontological Record - the Stroboscopic Model, Peter Gretener Radioactive Fossil Bones Fossil Radioactive Bones, J. Saxon References on Mass Extinctions and on Radioactivity Knowledge and Entropy - an Evolutionary ...
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