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171. Some Thoughts on Inversion Calculations [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . 533-570 7. T. A. Heppenheimer: Journey to the Center of the Earth', Discover, Nov. 1987, pp. 86-93 8. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 44th Ed. (Cleveland, 1963), p. 2261 9. Perry's Chemical Engineer's Handbook, 4th Ed. (New York, 1963) ... Fig 5-25, pp. 5-20 10. Ibid, pp. 5-19 11. Landau and Lifshitz: Mechanics, 2nd English Edition, (Pergamon Press, 1969), p. 111 Table 1 - List of Equations (1 ) W1 = f[dot] Cos q+ y[dot] Euler's equation (2 ) W2 = ...
172. The Radiocarbon Dating Method [Journals] [Pensee]
... Physics, University of California, Los Angeles. This research was sponsored by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. GA-628, Contribution No. 3101 from the Department of Chemistry, UCLA. W. F. Libby Radiocarbon dating is a measurement of the age of dead matter by comparing the radiocarbon content with that in living matter. Radiocarbon ... 8,300 years on the average before reverting by radioactive decay to nitrogen-14. During this time it enters all living things as well as sea, water and air. Chemically, carbon dioxide is the food of life and presumably the freshly produced C14 atom is oxidized sooner or later (probably in a few days, although this time is ...
173. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ; The Unexplained pp. 2301-5 There are many unusual phenomena associated with earthquakes: deformation of the ground, changes in activity of small earthquakes, changes in ground-water level and chemistry, the strange behaviour of animals, changes in geomagnetic and electromagnetic fields, and earthquake lights - all these things can accompany and precede the earthquake. Reports of earthquake ... within an individual organism. Mutation of one of a few copies will rarely alter any characteristic of an organism but processes of exchange and conversion inherent in the properties of the chemicals from which genes are constructed (DNA) can eventually lead to the mutated form becoming predominant within the family. It is then likely to be expressed as a changed ...
174. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . 6, 107, Sep-Oct 96, p. 6, 108, Nov-Dec 96, p. 6 The classic experiment in which electricity was discharged through a mixture of chemicals thought to be present on early Earth and resulted in amino acids, the building blocks of life, did not convince everyone as Earth was supposedly hydrogen starved. An ... of containing genetic material, although microorganisms on Earth live in some strange places and some are almost as small, though those which produce magnetite crystals are much larger. Some chemists say the temperature necessary to form the carbonate globules was far too high to allow life. By the end of the year further studies argued against the structures being microfossils ...
175. My Challenge to Conventional Views in Science [Journals] [Kronos]
... of Solid Cores in Gaseous Planets," KRONOS III: I (Aug., 1977), pp. 18-26; R. E. Juergens, "The Bulk Chemistries' of Venus and Jupiter," KRONOS II:1 (Aug., 1976), pp. 11-15. --The Ed. 5. . See C. ... , not even in the six billion years that replaced the biblical six thousand. Mutations were necessary, and today we know that by cosmic and x-rays, by thermal and chemical means- conditions brought about in the catastrophes of the past- massive mutations can be achieved. (2 ) The pre-1950 astronomy followed the same pseudo-scientific statute of faith, ...
176. Stability of Solid Cores in Gaseous Planets [Journals] [Kronos]
... S. Mitton, "Saturn and Beyond," New Science in the Solar System, pp. 50-51. 8. R.E . Juergens, "The Bulk Chemistries' of Venus and Jupiter," KRONOS II, 1 (August, 1976), p. 12 - "In the 1920's, Harold Jeffreys calculated that Jupiter ... evidence from mythology. It then follows that one might expect to see, even now, visible evidence on Jupiter of such a violent event. There would have been extensive chemical reactions with the gaseous outer regions of the planet as the core emerged, and there would have been a trail of residues of various kinds, polluting the atmosphere and ...
177. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... : NATURE 321, pp.259-366; NEW SCIENTIST 22.5 .86, p.30 There is an excellent Supplement in NATURE giving details of the physics, chemistry and geology of Halley's comet as deduced from the data from the Giotto probe (early data was given by us in C & C WORKSHOP 1986:1 , p ... a core-dynamo action. Although he admits there is no consensus on what drives the motions of liquids in Earth's core, he indicates that irregularities in material properties, physical or chemical processes or fluid dynamical turbulence could provide the stimulus to magnetic reversals. Earthquake electrics?source: NEW SCIENTIST 6.11.86, p.35 A Californian ...
178. Part III: The Legends [Ragnarok] [Books]
... ocean between Greenland and Vinland, or America. It doubtless meant originally the whole of the Atlantic Ocean. The clay, when it first fell, was probably full of chemical elements, which rendered it, and the waters which filtered through it, unfit for human use; clay waters are, to this day, the worst in the ... be accounted as more reliable, and as reaching farther back in time than many things which we call history. Thoughtful men will analyse them, despising nothing; like a chemist who resolves some compound object into its original elements, the very combination constituting a history of the object. H. H. Bancroft describes myths as "A mass ...
179. The Hermes Connection [Journals] [Aeon]
... David N. Talbott, The Saturn Myth (Doubleday: New York, 1980), p. 59. 15. John M. Stillman, The Story of Early Chemistry (Appleton : New York, 1924). 16. Aristotle, Meteorology (ca. 390 B.C .) . 17. Compare with the Sanskirt bandh ... referred to mercury as liquid silver, (16) and near the beginning of our own era Dioscorides called it hydrargyros, from whence came its Latin term hydrargyrum and the chemical symbol, Hg, which we know today. Hydrargyrum means silver water, and with a small incantation from the magic of philology it can be found to signify something ...
180. Shapley, Velikovsky And the Scientific Spirit [Journals] [Pensee]
... astronomy at Harvard, now emeritus. Because I expressed surprise and shock, Dr. Velikovsky offered to send me copies of correspondence between Shapley and Albert Burgstahler, professor of chemistry at the University of Kansas, exchanged in 1967; and between Shapley and a girl student at Bay Village High School, Ohio, exchanged in March, 1969. ... Ureys, the Whipples, the Gaposchkins, the McLaughlins and the rest but followed his strange, unpredictable lead. Reading the exchanges between the emeritus Harvard astronomer, the Kansas chemist and the Ohio high school girl, I began to feel that I may well have made a mistake in trusting time and the authentic scientific spirit to dissipate the Shapley ...
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