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... "To many scientists, Velikovsky's lack of credentials, together with his rise to prominence in the public consciousness, placed him on a par with the nouveaux riches at a gathering of the Cabots and Lowells." Mark this well. There is a very great difference between being a good scientist, knowing your mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, and being a scientific Cabot or Lowell. And a good scientist may be insulted or mocked with impunity, but not a scientific celebrity. The difference is very interesting and cannot be explained as a result of tangible superiority of the elite. When the authors speak of "THE scientific community", it is important to remember that ...
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... great progress has been made lately in their study. It has been recognized that they are the remnants of organisms which have evolved very quickly, and have produced successive species in relatively short times. They seem to have been very sensitive even to minor changes in environment. They thus seem to be specially suited to the detection of climatic and biological changes. ...
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393. The Saturn Theory video trailer [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... and goes on to show some animation of how the skies may have looked. Ben Ged Low (left) and Ted Holden at the Grand Canyon Panel Discussion PANEL. Unfortunately I didn't note all the questions that were asked, and didn't know the name of all those that asked. RUPERT SHELDRAKE asked a multipart question; as a trained biologist, he was having problems with many of things he had heard, such as the development of circadian rhythms, reoccurring ice-ages, and sacrifice. GARY SCHWARTZ (? ) asked whether, since the recent past was about deconstruction (taking everything apart in order to explain it), was it now time for reconstruction. Dave Talbott replied ...
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394. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Scala Naturae, which linked all forms of life in a graded series; his belief in the principle of plenitude, the idea that there were no gaps in the scale of life or, as we might say today, that all ecological niches must be filled; and the influence of Charles Lyell and his uniformitarian ideas. As with most biologists, from T. H. Huxley onwards, who have felt the need to criticise some aspects of evolutionary theory, Steven Stanley is conscious of the dangers of giving comfort to creationists; accordingly, The New Evolutionary Timetable includes the expected blast against creation science. Near the end of the book, Stanley summarises his main area of interest ...
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... committed to a paradigm established primarily as part of a political front that is no longer relevant. It is also unfortunate that catastrophism is linked to biblical fundamentalism because that association has inhibited the evolution of catastrophism as a legitimate avenue of scientific inquiry, without reference to religion or politics. What has happened in geology, and is happening in evolutionary biology, is that the 44 classic" principles are still being taught and accepted, but the mounting body of evidence for events that don't fit the theory is swelling up from the museum basements onto the main floors, where they cannot be ignored anymore. Political Geology? Is this really how we got here from there intellectually? Yes. ...
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396. SIS Conference 2002: Ages still in Chaos [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the concept itself was not yet fully defined as a "science". However, with the eventual introduction of the new words, as of necessity, the particular science subject could now be fully categorised and understood in its own right. In this way, new "sciences" were born. For instance, the sciences of Astronomy, Biology, Geology etc are attributable to being fairly recently introduced subjects, being measured in just several hundreds of years from their beginnings and not thousands of years. Prior to this, fiat creationism and superstition reigned. This may sound "gobbledegook", but it is the message I received. To give you a further clue as to the ...
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397. Science Frontiers [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Uniformity with the Facts of Recent Geology by H.H . Howorth 1887, 498 pp., $23.50p. In this book, Howorth brought together evidence on recent catastrophic flooding on the earth: the bone caves, the Siberian mammoth carcasses, the masses of fresh moa bones in Australia, and host of other geological and biological puzzles. Most of Howorth's attention, however, is focussed on the mammoths and their recent demise. This book is one of the classics of catastrophe literature. Evolutionary Geology and the New Catastrophism by G.M . Price. 1926, 352 pp., $18.95p. Price was an early catastrophist at a time when ...
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398. C&C Workshop 2005:2 Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Old Testament Tales : Part VIII: Samuel, Saul and David, and Part IX: Jonathon 7 Laurence Dixon Babylonians and Persians: The Business Archives 9 Phillip Clapham Anno Domini Anomalies 11 Medieval Europe: Dating and Recent Developments - Steve Mitchell 4 Tribute To Nancy Kelly Owen 4 Monitor Inside Science * Archaelology * Myth * Catastrophe * Electromagnetism * Biology * Geology * Evolution * Dating * Astronomy 16 Bookshelf 23 News From the Internet 25 Copyright (c ) May 2005 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies a registered charity (Charities Act, 1960) - registration number 286264 PRODUCTION TEAM: Jill Abery, David Davis, Val Pearce and Ian Tresman EDITORIAL TEAM: Jill Abery, Eric Aitchison, Laurence ...
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399. Ice Age Anomalies [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Miocene, Oligocene, and the Eocene. Hence, there was probably limited expansion in the width of the Atlantic at the end of the Pleistocene. What is remarkable is that eels have adapted on each widening episode by swimming that much further from their nursery to the continents surrounding the Atlantic basin. Hence, the awe expressed by modern biologists when they discovered the immense distances involved in the eel life cycle. Crustal distortion may mean the extremities of NW Europe were once closer to NE America in a sort of skew whiff' manner. This would make the idea of a shift in the polar ice cap more feasible as at the moment the two regions appear to be ...
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400. A Proper Respect for Authority [Books] [de Grazia books]
... banana republic. V. was unhappy with the support he received. It seemed that he would get agreement and aid from exactly those sources that he did not himself respect while being rebuffed by those who should flock to his banner. One had to be an anti-authoritarian to support him, but such were rarely to be found in physics, biology, astronomy and geology. Passive anti-authoritarians, yes, often erupting in personal eccentricity. Anthropology - but he knew little besides Freud's work on anthropology. Psychology- again the psychoanalytic approach, not tight empirical psychology. So he got support from people who usually were just plain folks, intelligent (and therefore I say rare) readers, ...
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