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111. The Ten Points Of Sagan [Journals] [Kronos]
... The melting of the rocks requires, depending on their structure, temperatures of over 1200 C. However, many metals have melting points below 700 C.) V. Chemistry and Biology of the Terrestrial Planets. Sagan accuses me of taking "no note of the fact that Jupiter is composed primarily of hydrogen and helium while the atmosphere of ... , pp. 669 ff.). In the high temperature of Venus, one would not expect hydrocarbons (petroleum derivatives) to remain for thousands of years free from chemical reactions; in the clouds I took into account the possibility of changes due to bacterial action, photosynthesis, or electrical discharges. The heavy molecules could be below the ...
112. The Burning of Troy [Books] [de Grazia books]
... origin. In respect to the techniques, one would speak of ambiance induction; artifact analysis; comparative historical deduction; thermal-visual examination; morphological examination; electron scanning microscopy; chemical mineralogical tests; thermo-luminescence tests; tests for paleo-magnetism. Inasmuch as individual techniques may dispose of more than one theory, it may be best to proceed by offering a ... remained? Would the heat elsewhere have erased entirely any humans and animals? Contemporary arson experts can transfer their "know-how" to such queries. Contemporary fire experts and combustion chemists can also contribute useful principles for the visual examination of thermal effects. A high sensitivity to variations in color and texture is still not a prerequisite for professional archaeology. ...
113. Aeon Volume V, Number 5: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Anniversary of Worlds in Collision PAGE 78 Aeon Volume V, Number 5 CONTRIBUTORS Earl R. Milton earned his academic degrees (B .S ., M.S in chemistry, and Ph.D . in Chemical Physics) from the University of Alberta. He has been the recipient of a National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship to study spectroscopy ... was awarded the Chant Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada for his work on the spectroscopy of electrical charges in dilute gases. (For more, see his obituary elsewhere in this issue.) Wallace Thornhill lives in Canberra, Australia. Discovering Velikovsky before entering Melbourne University, he began his interdisciplinary studies along with a B.Sc ...
114. On Celestial Mechanics [Journals] [Pensee]
... ) argued that the observed potential gradient of the atmosphere (67 to 317 volts per meter over land and 128 volts per meter over sea according to Handbook of Physics and Chemistry) corresponds to a charge/mass ratio only about a thousandth enough to justify the suggestion that G1/2 is not merely dimensionally but actually a real charge-to-mass ratio ... the Missing Neutrinos," Scientific American. (June 1972). p. 53. V PROFESSOR MELVIN A. COOK, founder and chairman of the board, IRECO Chemicals In his very interesting paper given at the Velikovsky Symposium at Lewis and Clark College (1 ), Ralph Juergens presented certain unconventional concepts pertaining to electrical charging of plasmas ...
115. The Origin And Evolution Of Stars [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Reines, in their review article of 1973, remarked that `The critical problem is to determine whether the discrepancy is due to faulty astronomy, faulty physics, or faulty chemistry. ' It seems likely, however, that the true `fault' for the present predicament of solar physics will be found to lie not in astronomy, not ... lacy network of long and sinuous glowing hydrogen filaments. The filaments emit the spectrum characteristic of diffuse nebula."189 "The composition of these nebulae show almost a uniform chemical composition regardless of the [central] object. This material is predominantly hydrogen (about 65 percent by weight or 90 percent by number of the atoms). " ...
116. Paleo-Calcinology: Destruction by Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times -- Part II [Journals] [Kronos]
... origin. In respect to the techniques, one would speak of ambiance induction; artifact analysis; comparative historical deduction; thermal-visual examination; morphological examination; electron scanning microscopy; chemical mineralogical tests; thermo-luminescence tests; radiocarbon tests; potassium-argon tests; radiation level tests; and tests for paleo-magnetism. Inasmuch as individual techniques may dispose of more than one ... remained? Would the heat elsewhere have erased entirely any humans and animals? Contemporary arson experts can transfer their "knowhow" to such queries. Contemporary fire experts and combustion chemists can also contribute useful principles for the visual examination of thermal effects. A high sensitivity to variations in color and texture is still not a prerequisite for professional archaeology. ...
117. Showers of Glass [Journals] [SIS Review]
... formed by the melting of Earth rocks consequent upon the impact of a comet or meteorite. In its favour this hypothesis has the long-known fact that ". .. the chemistry of tektites resembles nothing so much as continental sediments, especially sandstones". Also in its favour, but not mentioned by Smith, is the fact that tektites do ... by - highly sophisticated methods of investigation. At one time it was thought that tektites could result from volcanic eruptions on Earth, but this idea was soon dispelled. The chemical composition of tektites was far different from other terrestrial volcanic rocks. Other ideas including their genesis in the heating of meteorites, the collision between a meteorite and a natural ...
118. The Riddle of the Earth [Books]
... and to others by the fall of such bodies? COMPOSITION OF COMETARY GASES 113. The tails of comets, as revealed by the spectroscope, include all gases known to chemistry. They reveal the spectra of hydrogen, nitrogen, hydrocarbon, sodium, iron vapour, magnesium, calcium, the deadly cyanogen and other gases. Frequently the tails ... of certain rocks may produce such and such a composite, but the liquefaction of known rocks cannot introduce some entirely new substance hitherto unknown which cannot be accounted for by any chemical analysis. The inference is, therefore, that the presence offoreign minerals in the ejections of a volcano which do not either appear in other previous or subsequent eruptions are ...
119. More on the Thermal Aspects of Venus [Journals] [Kronos]
... deficiencies that could be identified in their paper: an inadequate literature survey that ignores Sherrerd's earlier work, Hamilton's own paper on the circularization of planetary orbits, Juergens on bulk chemistry and Crew on the ejection of solid core material from gaseous planets; an erroneous dismissal of Jupiter as a candidate for a Lyttleton-type fissioning; a confused discussion of Jupiter's ... reactions may absorb a major part of the radiated energy is interesting, but I doubt that such reactions can have a significant effect on the net radiation from Venus. The chemical reactions in the atmosphere are generally assumed to be cyclic, in the sense that endothermic reactions at one place are balanced by exothermic reactions at some other place within the ...
120. Isotopic Anomalies in Chronometric Science [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ", Archaeometry 16 (1974), 120-127. 17. T. I. Taylor and H. C. Urey: "Fractionation of Lithium and Potassium isotopes by chemical exchange with zeolites", J. Chem. Phys. 6 (1938), 429. 18. L. T. Aldrich, L. F. Hertzog ... From: SIS Review Vol II No 4 (Spring 1978) Home | Issue Contents Isotopic Anomalies in Chronometric Science Don Robins Dr G. V. Robins is an inorganic chemist; his Ph.D . involved research into magneto-chemistry. The relative abundance of isotopes of an element in a sample often gives a clue to the sample's history. ...
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