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201. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ice have encroached since then: this is therefore evidence in favour of a polar shift in historical times, during the Bronze Age. Seeking the Bronze Age Mines sources: Chemistry in Britain, July 1982, p. 484; Nature vol. 296, p. 701; Science vol. 216, p.11 Tracing the origins of ... general idea that megalithic circles were built at foci of "earth energy". The investigating team was a varied bunch of archaeologists, physicists, dowsers, electronics engineers, chemists, etc. Their measuring tools were the ultrasound detector and the Geiger counter: already intriguing results have come to hand. At Rollright in Oxfordshire there is a marked ...
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202. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... are rarely questioned, and the butterfly wing is one. Experiments have shown that the wing pattern has little value in attracting a mate, who is more concerned with body chemistry. Fallacious explanations start very early with the thousands to one chances involved in the conventional description of the process of fossilization, but very significant are the closing words - ... unimportant or non-existent. Matrix No.2 , entitled "Antagonism with the Mother": (contractions in a closed uterine system). It is characterised first by disturbing chemical influences, later by periodic uterine contractions. These contractions encroach on the foetus, but the cervix is closed. Hence it is accompanied by intense physical discomfort and, ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 304  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0303/22books.htm
203. The Father of the Gods? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... high amount of hydrogen and helium in Saturn"(15) as it "does not correspond to its (Saturn's) middle position among the giant planets or to the chemistry of its atmosphere which is similar to those of Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune." A similar conclusion was reached by A. H. Cook of the Department of ... planets containing such large stores of internal energy could not have begun their development as cold bodies that condensed out of a medium of gas and dust. The unity of their chemical composition and the scale of eruptive evolution indicates they were formed as bodies of a stellar nature. Only the assumption that the matter of the planets is stellar matter that ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 304  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0302/08gods.htm
... 7 ) 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 thirty years of 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. (35) Although he admitted at the time that he "undertook this study not as a physical-experimental work ...
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... which derives (nearly) the Faraday constant from the ratio of the unit electronic charge to the mass of the hydrogen atom. (The modern Faraday constant used in physical chemistry is less than one percent different from this result.) The three starting equations are now given: From equation 2 and dimensionless groupings of terms, we have the ... of water exposed to intense and non-uniform electrical fields. The experimental results are not subtle. Since Peter Debye's research on electrical dipole moments, and Linus Pauling's subsequent studies of chemical bond energies, it has been recognized that electrically "neutral" molecules, molecules having no residual charge as in the case of "molecule ions," can be ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 304  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0103/measure.htm
... GISP2) proved' that Thera did not erupt in 1628 BC (the date favoured by tree ring specialists) because the particles found near that date did not match the chemistry of the Theran eruption. However, Hammer (p . 36) reckons that the GISP2 core must have dating errors in it because the other three cores in Greenland ... analyses are now so far that Claus Hammer and Gero Kurat are close to the final proof. It does look all right, because we have found ashes with the same chemical composition as on Santorini [Thera], but still some investigations of the glass particles in the ice are lacking before we can be absolutely sure. ' Readers may ...
Terms matched: 2  -  Score: 304  -  10 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v2002n1/14recent.htm
... . 58. Flint, R.F ., 1971,Glacial and Quaternary Geology, London, p. 179. 59. Hicks, J. 1968, Comprehensive Chemistry, London, p. 356. 60. Putnam, W.C . 1964. Geology, New York, p. 61. 61. Taylor, F ... in cobalt, nickel, copper and other heavy ores, suggesting that, as these metals are rare in sea water and because the nodules are thought to grow through natural chemical accretion of these, the time needed for the largest to have attained their present sizes was, due to the slowness of the process, very lengthy. Accordingly, ...
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... has recently been called into question by J. L. Anderson (" Non-Poisson Distribution Observed During Counting of Certain Carbon-14-labeled Organic (sub) Monolayers," Journal of Physical Chemistry, 76 [19721, 3603-3612). Until more comprehensive knowledge of carbon 14 decay dependence is available, this appears to be a satisfying assumption. 3. C ... . The effect of mass transfers, on the other hand, can be analyzed reliably. To the extent that oxides of carbon were transferred or were the end product of chemical reactions, Carboniferous mass inputs will affect atmospheric radiocarbon. This condition was fulfilled in both periods: through carbon compounds introduced and combusted (29) during the first; ...
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209. The Ages of Bristlecone Pine [Journals] [Pensee]
... Radioactive Dating and Methods of Low-Level Counting (International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, 1967), pp. 143-51. 9. W. F. Libby, Accounts of Chemical Research 5 (1972), 289. 10. C. W. Ferguson, personal communication, April 23, 1970. PENSEE Journal IV \cdrom\pubs ... 1973) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered IV" Home | Issue Contents The Ages of Bristlecone Pine Herbert C. Sorensen A plea for publication of data Dr. Sorensen, a chemist, is scientific adviser to the president of United Medical Laboratories, Portland, Oregon. Figure 1. Photo: U.S .D .A Forest Service For ...
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210. Velikovsky on the Formation of Coal [Journals] [Pensee]
... far modern work takes into consideration past experience and, particularly, to ascertain whether the modern trend follows a set pattern based upon the orthodox teaching of geology, biology and chemistry, which sometimes ignores evidence that cannot easily be reconciled with theory, or whether the modern outlook is sufficiently flexible to amend classical doctrines when these are not in accord ... 1961 Editor's Note: Wilfrid Francis, M.Sc., Ph.D ., ER.LC., F.C .S ., is a consulting chemist and fuel technologist and author of the standard book, Coal: Its Formation and Composition (London, Edward Arnold Ltd, 1961). Now retired, Francis pursued ...
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