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... Chris Sherrerd, "Venus' Circular Orbit," Pensee 2 (May, 1972): 43. 11. "Color Scale of Temperature," in Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 43rd ed. (Cleveland, Ohio: The Chemical Rubber Publishing Co., 1961), p. 2321. 12. Frank W. Lane ... The Elements Rage (Philadelphia: Chilton, 1965). 13. Harold C. Urey, "Cometary Collisions and Geological Periods," Nature 242 (March 2, 1973): 32. 14. Melvin A. Cook, untitled remarks, Number V in "Special Supplement: On Celestial Mechanics," Pensee 3 (Winter, ...
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192. The Inconstant Heavens [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , far from being a disruptive element, contribute to the providential preservation of the original order: since a certain amount of the water of the Earth is steadily consumed by chemical combinations, the seas would not be preserved in their original state unless new water was provided by the exhalations of comets. The notion of the providential purpose of comets ... en dormant, madame, échappé belle, Un monde près de nous a passé tout du long; Est chu tout au travers de notre tourbillon, Et s'il eût en chemin rencontré notre terre, Elle eût été brisée en morceaux comme verre. ( 'I have come to tell you a great piece of news. We have, Madam ...
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193. Catastrophism and Evolution [Journals] [SIS Review]
... feathered bird, may have been taken at a single leap during an overstimulated period of nature", e.g . as a result of the involvement of thermal, chemical or radioactive agents. Earth in Upheaval did not stimulate much debate amongst evolutionary biologists about catastrophism and evolution, possibly because Velikovsky failed to distinguish sufficiently between local catastrophes and ... Library, Oxford.) Immanuel Velikovsky has argued at length that extraterrestrial catastrophes must have caused many of the features of the evolutionary and geological records [23]. The chemist Harold Urey, although highly antagonistic to the views of Velikovsky, has proposed that cometary collisions may be responsible for the termination of geological periods, because the generally accepted ...
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194. The Early Years: Part Two [Journals] [Aeon]
... 31) On April 1, 1925, the Hebrew University was officially opened. The embryonic university consisted of an Institute of Jewish Studies, a microbiology institute, and a chemistry institute under Andor Fodor and Chaim Weizmann's brother Moshe. Nonetheless, the opening ceremony- which Norman Bentwich called "the most moving and impressive...during the ... processes as energetic processes does not mean that also the problem of consciousness must be based on a physical explanation, just as we reduce all forms of life to physical and chemical processes in psychology but not the principle of life itself. (59) Although he admitted at the time that he "undertook this study not as a physical-experimental work ...
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... turns out to demand no more than ninth grade algebra and penetrating insight! But this snobbery is oblivious of the fact that virtually all of the pivotal equations in physics and chemistry are indeed very simple in form. On this basis, I shall argue that complexity is no proof of superiority and that Egyptian knowledge of reality cannot be gauged by ... religion and cosmology is hardly opened. This paper is one attempt to let the materials speak for themselves, and to base inferences as nearly as possible upon authentic remains, chemical composition, geometry, location, alignment, and reconstructed usage of ancient materials. SETI AND VELIKOVSKY'S REVISED CHRONOLOGY One of the most exciting results established by Velikovsky's historical research ...
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... his evidence a mixed bag with such odd bedfellows as, for example, astrophysics, psychology and ancient myth. He does not simply span disciplines, such as physics and chemistry, he encompasses whole fields, such as physical science and biological science and social science and the humanities. Everything that man deems important and has therefore recorded is grist ... mutation among survivors; the mechanism of evolution is not competition between typical and chance-mutant offspring of common parents, but divergent mutation of whole populations simultaneously exposed to unaccustomed radiation, chemical pollution of the atmosphere, and global electromagnetic disturbances; the ancient cities and fortresses were not brought low individually by local warfare and earthquakes, but were destroyed simultaneously and ...
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197. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... they may remain, stored', until some perturbation sends them on the long loop through the inner system once more.) Clube & Napier need some clever physics/chemistry, too, to make a comet out of thin air, one might say. 7) Returning to the comet-meteor/asteroid-meteorite distinction, Clube & Napier continually imply ... VIII:1 (1982), p. 94 and reproduced in abbreviated form in SIS Review V:3 , p. 100 3. The equation derives from Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook (McGraw Hill Publishing Co., 4th edition, 1963), pp. 19-87. If there is no solid core, the term in brackets ...
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... on insolation, but according to the environmentalists we now must consider CO2 and chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and a host of other constituents and so-called contaminants that involve the 192 known chemical reactions taking place in our present air mass, of which 48 are recognized photochemical activities, not to mention the naturally occurring "ozone hole" that predictably comes and ... only missing seventh ingredient in this mix is low energy nuclear reaction (LENR), also known as cold fusion, first announced on March 23, 1989, by physical chemists Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann, who themselves were exiled with ridicule to foreign shores to continue their studies. And, even after some 15 years of private and independent ...
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199. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... by familiar geology. Volcanic ash is a long time falling National Geographic, November 1990, geographica Ash sampled from the air at an altitude of 35 km in 1985 was chemically identical to that released from the Mexican volcano el Chicon in 1982. The analyst believes that volcanic ash may stay aloft for up to 100 years due to the flat ... Catastrophism Workshop 1991 No 1 (July 1991) Home | Issue Contents Monitor Science in action New Scientist 19.1 .91, pp. 46-53 In March 1989 two chemists announced that they had harnessed nuclear fusion in a test tube at room temperature. Nuclear fusion could hold the key to cheap and pollution free energy, but up to ...
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200. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... due to the position of the Sun. Cretaceous Catastrophe?sources: Nature 339, p. 423; New Scientist 17.6 .89, p. 40; Chemistry in Britain Aug. 1989, p. 763; Scientific American Sept. 1989, p. 24 Analysis of sediments from the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in Sweden has ... techniques may be two or three times greater than admitted. While some laboratories are consistently correct, others are up to 250 years out. Unforseen errors can arise in the chemical pretreatment of small amounts of material and dates can be way out on samples only 200 years old. What of material 3000 years old? Capital Find?source: ...
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