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21. Alternatives in Science: The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson [Journals] [Kronos]
... on proteins rather than on DNA sounds a bit old-fashioned. However, as an enthusiastic proponent of Oparin and origin-of-life chemistry, he is as representative of molecular reductionism as are those with more famous names. Nilsson too postulates the same ... at least as often as there are world-wide catastrophes. Presumably each new time of creation has a greater range of chemically prefabricated materials, complex molecules, to work with and thus the possibility of more potentially complex "eggs" being ... past outweighs another? We are dealing ultimately with analogies. Nilsson claimed a compelling analogy with the success of industrial chemists, just as Darwin claimed a compelling analogy with the success of animal and plant breeders: If anybody says that ...
22. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1999:2 (Feb 2000) Home | Issue Contents Monitor Physics and Chemistry Stirring results New Scientist 14.11.98, p. 4 Plants have done it for millions of years ... comes from a sandstone deposit formed 280 Myrs ago when Australia and Antarctica were joined in the super continent Gondwanaland. Chemical solutions New Scientist 20.3 .99, p. 6, 5.6 .99, pp. ... The mysterious light around deep sea vents is probably caused by a simple chemical reaction when the emerging sulphides are oxidised. Chemical reactions could also explain the rare finds of fossils in which the soft parts are preserved in fantastic detail. ...
23. Darwin's Dangerous Idea: A Critique [Journals] [Aeon]
... elements doesn't mean making them any less complicated. Take our simple, readily understandable Periodic Table for example. Basic chemistry typically involves less than one hundred elemental units. To be sure, there are some 109 named elements, but ... of organic/prebiogenic molecules.  What this points up is that many, if not most, chemical functions occur as reactions on a surface substrate which, in effect, makes them two-dimensional phenomena. There are mass ... bulk reactions, to be sure, but catalytic (read enzymatic) reactions occur most effectively on substrates. Such substrates exist where a solid surface interfaces and effects a transfer with a fluid medium. Dennett considers Cairns-Smith's approach a nice ...
... latter part of the nineteenth century. For many decades these matters have been routinely discussed in college-level courses in physical chemistry, quite commonly in freshman physics or chemistry, not infrequently in high school courses. It is surely reasonable to ... a solid or a liquid the individual particles (atoms or molecules) are held closely together by attractive forces (chemical bonds or electric-dipole forces or the so-called van der Waals forces), so that each particle has very little freedom ... hand waving. Chemistry Velikovsky uses the words of chemistry in a manner that might impress a layman; to a chemist, however, this is just more waving of hands. According to Velikovsky, earth (and also moon and ...
25. Don't Rock The Ark [Journals] [Kronos]
... dynamic universal flood described in Genesis, chapters 6-9. Larry S. Helmick, Ph.D . Professor of Chemistry, Cedarville College, Ohio C&EN Letters March 21, 1977: SIR: Dr. Helmick, how ... Fall 1977) Home | Issue Contents For the Record... Don't Rock The Ark In recent copies of Chemical and Engineering News a brief item appeared in the Newscripts feature by Kenneth M. Reese, followed in subsequent issues ... something to that effect.) That's why it takes 10 years of school and work to train a reasonably competent chemist. However, I can make you a Creationist in 10 seconds: Repeat after me, "God made it ...
26. The Stone of Shamir (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... was taking place to give the practical arts a more philosophical basis in an attempt to rationalize the inchoate discipline of chemistry.(4 ) But even this early effort was based on the antedated work of more ancient Egyptian and later ... fashion Shamir became the mystical "symbol of the eternal cycle of world changes, as also of the cycle of chemical transformation, distillation, and condensation"(2 ) of the alchemists. And, in a manuscript dating from ... These secrets were revealed in an apocryphal Book of Chemu, which was derived from the Greek word for black, chemi, which in turn came from the Greek term for Egypt, Kemi And, when the Arabic definite article was ...
27. Thoth Vol III, No. 14: Nov 1, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... WORKS is, to most chemists, all that matters, because it will allow them to rationalise & classify the chemistry they see happening in front of them in the lab - whether or not it is metaphysically "Wrong" or ... - but really, this is only a problem if you are seeking an ultimately "true" metaphysical explanation of chemical behaviour (and as Michael reminded us the other day, "objective" scientific theories must of necessity have underlying ... that the model is wrong. Dave Davis responds: Jan, what you have to bear in mind is that chemists are very pragmatic [and pedantic ; -] types... If you pick up most degree level inorganic ...
28. Book Review/Thorne [Journals] [Aeon]
... the progress of science. The book itself is a microhistory of an age of exploration into the uncharted realms of chemistry and the quantum physics of superfluidity and superconductivity, something that we may not experience again for decades, and perhaps ... of matter waves introduced four years earlier by Louis de Broglie. But the earliest application of quantum mechanics to covalent chemical bonding by means of such atomic wave functions by spin-pairing of electrons was presented in 1927 by London and Walter Heitler ... ** then at Zürich, showing a dependence on the Pauli exclusion principle. According to critic Linus Pauling, they were also building on the semiempirical 1916 proposal by Gilbert Lewis that ionic and homopolar bonding could be explained by electron-pair ...
29. Zetetic Scholar Nos. 3 & 4 April 1979 [Articles]
... Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, is currently interested in existential phenomenology. [2 ] GEOFFREY DEAN has a doctorate in chemistry and is an analytical chemist, science writer, and astrologer in Perth, Western Australia. [3 /4 ... from the tail, thus contributing to the world's supply of petroleum, especially the oil found in rocks.5 Chemical and bacterial action converted some of the hydrocarbons into carbohydrates, being called by the Hebrews "manna" and by ... is currently interested in existential phenomenology. [2 ] GEOFFREY DEAN has a doctorate in chemistry and is an analytical chemist, science writer, and astrologer in Perth, Western Australia. [3 /4 ] MALCOLM DEAN is a ...
30. Thoth Vol III, No. 13: Oct 15, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... of this type were present on Europa. Carlson, Johnson and co-author Mark Anderson, a chemist in JPL's Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, plan to study Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, to see if it also contains sulfuric acid. The ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . BATTERY ACID CHEMICAL FOUND ON JUPITER'S MOON EUROPA Sulfuric acid- a corrosive chemical found on Earth in car batteries- exists on the ... suggested that sulfate salts of this type were present on Europa. Carlson, Johnson and co-author Mark Anderson, a chemist in JPL's Analytical Chemistry Laboratory, plan to study Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, to see if it also contains ...
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