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501. Cosmic Instability [Books] [de Grazia books]
... and dissipate great heat and pressures. From a molten mass, the Earth could have acquired a hard crust in a thousand years (if radioactive internal heating is ignored) [7 ]. Both electricity and water increase greatly the metamorphosis of rocks and facilitate volcanic activity [8 ]. That the Moon and Mars and Mercury are devastated and biologically dead, that Venus is rotating backwards and burning hot, that a ghost planet which should perhaps be called "Apollo" is represented by a host of asteroids flying between Mars and Jupiter - all these give one to suspect that the Earth has also suffered, but escaped the worst. THE CLEAVAGE OF MARS A PARTICULAR CASE The planet ...
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502. Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... have chosen, once again, only the dates that agree with their assumptions. Out of hundreds of dates, they have rejected all but a small fraction and have done so by assuming that the overwhelming number that do not agree are all contaminated. They only use wood samples that originate from "stratigraphically significant material." When water with biological carbon-14 inundates a shoreline, it works its way into wooden debris. Thus, any selection process has to be arbitrary. This method of dating uplifted shorelines is full of inconsistencies. M. Eronen tells us that, with the radiocarbon method, "many points have arisen which complicate the interpretation of [radiocarbon] dates in embarrassingly many ...
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... quite well known; many (but by no means all) of them remain unexplained. In essence, Velikovsky recapitulates the evidence that had led scientists, up to the nineteenth century, to view the history of the earth as a succession of catastrophic occurrences, and he suggests that this evidence is so overwhelming that the more recent geological and biological view- that most changes have taken place over very long periods of time- ought to be abandoned. Beyond that, however, Velikovsky places many of the suggested cataclysms in the very recent past, in particular at About 1500 B.C . and about the seventh- eighth centuries B.C . --when, according to him ...
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... , but it is essential enough to be taken up more than once. Being so slow, and in a man's age so imperceptible, it has been taken for granted [n9 I.e ., during the last hundred years, at least. In former times, when the Humanities had not yet been "infected" by the biological scheme of evolution, the scholars showed better confidence in the capacities of the creators of high civilization.] that no one; could have detected the Precession prior to Hipparchus' alleged discovery of the phenomenon, in 127 B.C . Hipparchus discovered and proved that the Precession turns around the pole of the ecliptic [n10 See Ptolemy ...
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... also of interest to note that on the same page of his preface Francis writes: "The review of this literature has been made retrospective and extensive in an endeavor to ascertain how far modern work takes into consideration past experience and, particularly, to ascertain whether the modern trend follows a set pattern based upon the orthodox teaching of geology, biology and chemistry, which sometimes ignores evidence that cannot easily be reconciled with theory, or whether the modern outlook is efficiently flexible to amend classical doctrines when these are not in accord with facts". That is common knowledge, but it is not often stated so openly. PLATE TECTONICS The locations of some coal deposits would be difficult to ...
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506. The Climate Hypothesis [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Guinea and Australia regarding the climate thesis, Flannery reports: "A further problem for the climate theorists is that some species were affected that the theory might predict should not have been, while others which one would predict might have been vulnerable to climate change survived.... "Among the groups that, on the basis of their biology, one would predict should not have been affected but which were, are giant marsupials that inhabited the wet sub-alpine grasslands and montane rainforests of New Guinea. All seven species became extinct despite the fact that they should have been protected from climate change, as their habitat never vanished, but merely shifted a thousand metres [3 ,300 ...
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507. Letters [Journals] [Pensee]
... hominid organization with no increase in the human tool kit. Either the present theories linking cultural with somatic evolution need to be revised or our dating methods need to be reconsidered. d) Malinowski, Keith and Kroeber (4 ) at various times postulated a type of all or none' principle for the emergence of culture. Depending on what biologists finally make of catastrophic evolution we might have to seriously reconsider the notion that man was pushed into the human niche, as Malinowski thought, "all of a piece." e) The standard anthropological texts list fossil finds, but nowhere document the conditions in which these finds appeared. I have begun a search of the literature and ...
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508. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of foreign bodies to reverse Earth. It is but a small step to his conclusion: "no one" can seriously believe in flipping over of the Earth. Would that "no one" seriously believed Henbest! Birds Don't Toe the Evolutionary Line source: New Scientist 11.3 .82, p. 642 It seems that when biologists actually get down to experimentation, animals often do not behave as evolutionary theory predicts. Outbreeding within a population was always considered an essential to promote genetic variability for natural selection to act upon. In actual fact observations of the mating selections of Japanese quail and of zebra finches have come up with the surprising results that inbreeding is more the ...
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... that the British people and the Norwegians, later the Vikings, were of the same stock. Although there are some ethnologists, in that negative method of doubt which acts as a bar to progress and is all too fashionable in scientific circles, who appear to doubt whether there ever were such a race as the Aryans, the most famous biologist of the last century, Thomas Huxley, said: "There was and is an Aryan race, that is to say the characteristic modes of speech termed Aryan were developed among the Blond Long Heads alone, however much some of them may have been modified by the importation of non-Aryan elements".4 The earliest known men in the ...
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510. Aster and Disaster: The Golden Age - II [Journals] [Kronos]
... . Today it is apparent that many animal groups are sensitive to stimuli to which other groups are partially or wholly insensitive. Examples of such restricted responsiveness are the pressure sense of fish, the electric sense of rays, and the magnetic sense of mud-snails, which we and other warm-blooded animals lack.(52) According to the late Scottish-American biologist Ivan Sanderson, the "classic" five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch constitute a mere fraction of the receptive capacities found in the animal kingdom.(53) It remains uncertain why sensory acuity is so spottily distributed. I think it quite conceivable, however, that during relatively undisturbed epochs - such ...
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