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... hydrocarbons in mind. Unwilling to accept his own misrepresentation and desperate to attack Velikovsky in some way, Asimov then goes on to charge, "To be sure, this chemical analysis of comets' tails is the result of some very esoteric and sophisticated astronomical theories, and you might wonder how Velikovsky can come to accept them. After all ... in fact, among the least gaseous substances known and it takes a temperature of 4200 C (7500 F.) to make it gaseous. "Now I am a chemist. If Velikovsky wants to say that Laplace's analysis of celestial mechanics is all wrong and that Venus can emerge from Jupiter and settle down in its present orbit, I ...
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132. Shamir [Journals] [SIS Review]
... as most geologists and geochemists believe'? Seeking an answer, Robert V. Gentry (then Assistant Professor of Physics at Columbia Union College in Maryland, later in the Chemistry Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) noted that radiohaloes provide the only means for studying radioactive transformation of elements in the earth'. Some of the most ... cited a (probably) early 3rd century AD source where shamir is called a green stone'. He noted that radium salts, for example, acting upon certain other chemical substances can emit a luminescence with a yellow-green hue'; and went on to outline the Curies' discovery of radium in, and its isolation from, pitchblende ( ...
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133. A Cosmic Debate [Books] [de Grazia books]
... memorial generations becomes broken. Datings are then made by examining the stratification of fossils and human products below the ground. Here, and far beyond, extend the working of chemical clocks, such as radiocarbon dating, potassium-argon dating, and so forth. Geological and archaeological dating are achieved by the penetration of strata of earth and the remains of ... history. It may be understood, then, how the biological sciences will enter the debate: through direct challenges to Darwinian uniformitarianism; through new hypotheses handed over to the chemists of life and genetics, who are already making such rapid progress that they encourage revolutionary primevalogists to think in turn of the famous literary work of Ovid, not to ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 322  -  29 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/degrazia/burning/ch27.htm
134. Venus' Atmosphere [Journals] [Pensee]
... strong supporting evidence for the presence of hydrocarbons (or other organic material) on Venus, and this despite the way he presents the case and draws his conclusions. Good chemistry needed to be matched by equally good dialectics. First, Burgstahler presents the new data of Venus' mid-infrared spectrum of absorption- at 3.5 microns and in deeper ... observed features in the ultraviolet and cannot be held responsible for the yellowish color of Venus. Further, Kuiper and his colleagues have argued that sulfuric acid is incompatible with various chemical conditions on Venus. As Burgstahler mentioned, its presence is incompatible with ammonia detected by the Russians deeper into the atmosphere in direct chemical analysis in a search for this ...
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135. The Nature of the Cytherean Atmosphere [Journals] [Pensee]
... "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered VI" Home | Issue Contents The Nature of the Cytherean Atmosphere Albert W. Burgstahler Searching for Hydrocarbons on Venus Dr. Burgstahler is a professor of chemistry, University of Kansas (Lawrence). This paper is based on a presentation concerning the atmosphere of Venus given at the Velikovsky Symposium, Lewis and Clark College, ... ratio in the CO2 has been estimated by such means to be ca. 100: 1, or about the same as on the Earth (25). With direct chemical sampling of the lower atmosphere by Venera probes 4, 5, and 6, CO2 has been found to be present to the extent of about 97 percent, at ...
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... (1980), p. 1107. 58. For a complete list of all radioactive isotopes and the energies of formation from other elements, refer to a Handbook of Chemistry and Physics (look in the index under "Radioactive Elements"). Note that energies of particles necessary to initiate nuclear reactions in atomic nuclei depend more on the ... the Sun). A hot newly-formed planet may burn hydrogen for some time before it cools. The new planet passes through a super hot radioactive phase, followed by a chemical stage (Venus is presently in transition between these stages) allowing the free combination of elements, after which comes the cascade of biological evolution at temperatures below 200 deg ...
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137. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... their three-dimensional structures. Unfortunately, glycine, the simplest amino acid, is the one out of the twenty which does not have stereoisomeric forms, and any schoolboy well-versed in chemistry and able to think in three-dimensional terms should be able to see that the two molecules depicted in the diagram are absolutely identical in every respect. So, Lifecloud does ... such as those of clays, could be important. One piece of evidence in favour of this is that cells contain only one stereoisomeric form of each compound, this being chemically identical but with a different spatial arrangement of atoms to the other steroisomers: for example, all proteins are made up from L-amino acids and do not include any of ...
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... 217, 218, 271, 284]: a major synthesis of many disciplines, reflecting a thorough knowledge of such fields as anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, classical literature, folklore, geology, paleontology, physics, psychology, religion, world history; massive documentation from many texts- Old Testament, Talmud, Egyptian ... the sun and earth; historical evidence back to 1062 B.C . contradicted the suggestion that the length of the day had changed appreciably. Velikovsky was wrong about the chemical constitution of comets, and wrong in drawing an analogy between the structure of the solar system and that of an atom. Contrary to Velikovsky, the planet Venus was ...
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139. Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No 2 [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... Home | Catastrophist Geology Home Catastrophist Geology Year 1, No. 2. December 1976 A magazine dedicated to the study of discontinuities in Earth history In this issue: Comments Chemical Abstracts, Chester Davids, Stephen Henley, A. Cramwinckel and Peter J.James. Ferralite events - a discussion L.J .Pons, Doeko Goosen, ... Nunes Pereira anthropologist Rio de Janeiro Correspondents: Ewoud H.Bon exploration geologist Amsterdam David J.Thomas palaeontologiSt Oswego / USA Ronald Middleton exploration geologist Rio de Janeiro G-W-van Oosterhout chemi st Delft / Holland John M.Cubitt mathematical geologist -Syracuse / USA In forthcoming issues:Peter Gretener on continuous and discontinuous processes in geology Otto Schindewolf (1896-1971) ...
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140. Catastrophist Geology Vol 1 No 1 [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... an editorial board composed of people working in various branches of geology and palaeontology; a board of advisors composed of people working in non-geo logical sciences: physics, mathematics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, history, archaeology, anthropology, etc.; a group of correspondents composed of geologists, palaeonto- logists and others, who have some ... /Great Britain V.Axel Firsoff astronomer Glastonbury/Great Br. Horace C.Dudley physicist Chicago/U .S .A . G.W .van Oosterhout chemist Delft/Holland E.Nunes Pereira anthropologist Rio de Janeiro/Brazil Ewoud H. Bon exploration geologist Amsterdam/Holland David J.Thomas palaeontologist Oswego/U . ...
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