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91. Thoth Vol I, No. 6: March 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... there isn't one truth- a common possible-to-perceive reality, a set of values that transcends cultural differences- for human beings then we are truly alien. We may share the same body chemistry and may be physically classified as the same, but in the ultimately important aspects we are psychological, intellectual and spiritual aliens. We may be able to procreate together ... explain this, so something in, or on, the ground at these high elevations is different, making it highly reflective". Grinspoon puts forward the idea that some chemical reaction takes place at the lower temperature, 820 degrees F, to form a radar reflective mineral. This requires the unlikely situation that all peaks on Venus have the ...
92. ABC's of Astrophysics [Books] [de Grazia books]
... old order must have functioned on some basic principle, probably a simple principle. What could it have been? He knew next to nothing about formal astronomy or palaeontology or chemistry. What he was picking up might be scornfully and legitimately called static, a buzzing of voices, weak signals from many directions, from alleys and haunted houses of ... , but has no ocean basins." "Fires seem to be burning on the surface of Venus, which may be caused by burning methane or hydrocarbons." "Chemical composition of the clouds indicates no hydrocarbons (or components) yet, but the question is not closed." "Slight indications are present that Venus may be cooling ...
93. William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Phobos orbits around Mars more rapidly than the planet rotates and thus could not be born in that orbit. (45) The composition of these moons, in terms of chemistry and density, is so different from Mars that it is impossible to believe that Mars would form from one type of material while the moons born with it, at ... difficult to believe that sufficient quantities of suitable substances would have appeared at the Cytherean [Venusian] surface to mop up anywhere near the amount of oxygen possible. Indeed, chemical evidence from the sulfur-bearing gases in the lower atmosphere of Venus can be shown to indicate that the surface rocks today do not contain the maximum amount of oxygen possible. ...
94. The Nature of Venus' Heat [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... , 1973; Pollack et al., 1974). The clouds of Venus are composed of approximately 75% solution of sulfuric acid. This identification is consistent with the chemistry of the Venus atmosphere, in which hydrofluoric and hydrochloric acid have also been found; with the real part of the refractive index deduced from polarimetry, which is known ... is difficult to believe that sufficient quantities of suitable substances could have appeared at the cytherean [Venusian] surface to mop up anywhere near the amount of water. Indeed, chemical evidence from the sulfur-bearing gases in the lower atmosphere of Venus...indicate that the surface rock today does not contain the maximum amount of oxygen possible. ( ...
95. Obituary: Earl Milton [Journals] [SIS Review]
... am deeply saddened by his passing. He was a man of great integrity and courage and a pioneer of the Electric Universe. Wal Thornhill Earl Richard Milton had degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Physics from University of Alberta and was awarded the Chant Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada in 1960. He taught from 1967 to 1990 at the ... of Lethbridge, where his fields were Physics, Astronomy and Interdisciplinary Studies. He was a founding member of the SIS and also of the Canadian SIS. He worked with Ralph Juergens in the field of electromagnetism and astronomy until Juergens' demise and was the author of Recollections of a Fallen Sky. We were collaborators on various projects _ notably ...
96. Henry H. Bauer and Immanuel Velikovsky [Books]
... . Neither is there any clear trend in the densities as associated with their distances from the Sun. Now the varieties of densities demonstrates that there are wide differences in the chemical composition of these bodies. This would be astonishing were the bodies formed separately out of the same raw [cloud] material (in the absence of a correlation with ... . He has also held positions at the universities of Sydney (Australia), Michigan, Southampton (England) and Kentucky. An Austrian from Vienna, Bauer, a chemist, has published several books and innumerable articles especially during the 1980's on controversy within science, like that engendered by Velikovsky. Bauer sees himself as an exponent of science ...
97. The Pyramids: an enigma solved [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Romans produced cements far superior to any available until the invention of Portland cement in 1824. He believes the Romans acquired this knowledge from the Egyptians and argues that the word chemistry' was originally derived from the name of the Egyptian god Khnum, with whom stone-making was associated. Though Davidovits has met resistance from the Egyptology establishment in obtaining samples ... he has been provided with some samples, studied the literature and examined a number of the pyramids. He provides physical and chemical evidence that the pyramid stones were agglomerates and discusses Egyptian, Greek and Roman literature that suggests that the Egyptians (and other ancient cultures) possessed knowledge of cement making and other chemical processes useful for making man-made stone ...
98. Oberg's Unscientific Method [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... is found on the Moon's surface should be, overwhelmingly, of lunar origin and not from interplanetary space. French explains: The highlands and maria are fundamentally different in their chemistry and origin, and these chemical differences must have existed more than [3 ] billion years ago when the maria formed. The fact that these chemical differences could still ... claimed that there was real similarity between the lunar craters and the ones at the atomic test sites. Diagrams of four craters- three produced by nuclear explosions and one produced by chemical explosion- show this on page 94 of his monograph, Geology of the Moon, which I cited. From pages 92 through 95, Mutch described these craters as follows ...
99. ALL Honorable Men [Books]
... it is promoting, contains more falsehoods in a paragraph than one can refute in a chapter, ' said Edward Anders, a University of Chicago cosmochemist who has specialized in chemical studies of the solar system. No reputable scientist now speculates that. . . . Venus was formed more recently than the other planets', said Anders. " ... This is the flavor of Kendrick Frazier's attack. He has presented no evidence or sources which the reader could check to verify these criticisms. He goes on to quote, chemist Vance I. Oyama of NASA's Ames Research Center that argon-36 is consistent with Venus' position in the solar system and its age. He cites Michael B. McElroy ...
... certainly noticed such a confusion if one actually existed. On the other hand, Sagan was shown to be ignorant of the difference between a hormone and a hallucinogen and whose chemistry was called pseudoscience by a recognized authority, and who seemingly doesn't know the simple fact that formaldehyde is an aldehyde. For Sagan to impugn Velikovsky's knowledge of chemistry is ... , who wrote this in Transactions of the Faraday Society, Vol. 61, (1965) page 1681, went on to say], Because of this and other chemical reactions sulfuric acid might well have a relatively short lifetime, consistent with a recent installation of the planet in its present orbit. "19 In 1985, Lawrence Cohn ...
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