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31. Manna as a Confection [Journals] [SIS Review]
... book of reference was found invaluable for tracking down many other items cited in this article. 5. "Organic Chemistry" by Lewis F. Hatch, published 1955 by McGraw-Hill Book Co. Inc., p.111. ... DIFFICULT to specify a potentially practical onward route of synthesis from sugars to starches. There have been many attempts at chemical synthesis of polysaccharides from monosaccharides and some measure of success has certainly been achieved; but it still falls a very ... increasingly clear that one of the other products was a range of synthetic perfumes and it is probable that a perfumery chemist would not have too much difficulty in building up a route of synthesis for several common "synthetic" perfumes and ...
32. The AAAS Symposium on Velikovsky [Books]
... Sagan will not look into Earth in Upheaval at the evidence that clearly contradicts his own dogmas. Problem V: Chemistry and Biology of the Terrestrial Planets Several of the points Sagan makes in this problem were presented in our little dialogue ... apart, as Velikovsky maintained they were!] Sagan the Critic: "Velikovsky's thesis has some peculiar biological and chemical consequences, which are compounded by some straightforward confusion on simple matters. He seems not to know (page 16 ... they could not poison anyone. He then ridiculed Velikovsky suggesting "Moses, however, may have been a better chemist than Velikovsky." (212) However, he never has the courage to tell his large audiences or readers ...
33. Interdisciplinary Indiscipline [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Sagan's approach: "In the 1930's and early 1940's, the only astronomer in the world concerning himself with planetary chemistry was the late Rupert Wildt." [3 ] Wildt had proposed oily hydrocarbons in Jupiter's atmosphere and carbohydrates in ... incomplete combustion, there are electrical discharges and unfiltered ultraviolet light. (The latter two are known to drive unfamiliar chemical reaction producing organic compounds, including sugars . Ozonolysis is another conceivable chemical pathway ) ... In any case, the manna idea is an ornamental addition to the basic position, and easily discarded. As I stated earlier in this essay, there are no sacrosanct, non-negotiable principles in a purely empirical study [cf. ...
34. The Continuing Ica Mystery [Journals] [SIS Review]
... currently being taken by Dr Don Robins, a research chemist working at the Institute of Archaeology, London, and chemistry consultant for the SIS Review**. Robins specialises in the analysis of chemical traces on archaeological finds, and ... that new methods he is developing will reveal something of the stones' history. Whatever the outcome, we may soon see a resolution of the Ica stones mystery. It is hoped that Afford and Milewska will make a presentation of ... as being subjected to intense scientific scrutiny. A step is currently being taken by Dr Don Robins, a research chemist working at the Institute of Archaeology, London, and chemistry consultant for the SIS Review**. Robins specialises ...
35. The Importance of Outsiders in Science [Journals] [SIS Review]
... have contributed enormously during the history of science. To scientific outsiders we owe many of the laws of physics and chemistry, the foundation of new disciplines, innumerable inventions and vital discoveries. Herewith a roll-call of the most famous and ... gas to liquefy others, and he also isolated benzene. His laws of electrolysis established the link between electrical and chemical affinity; he gave us the terms anode', cathode', anion', cation', electrode' ... electrolyte'; in 1821 he began experiments with electromagnetism and devised an apparatus to convert electrical energy into motive force: the electric motor; he made the first dynamo; he invented the electrical transformer; he showed that electrostatic charge ...
36. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... a chartered chemist; M.A ., F.R .I .C .; has studied organic chemistry physics, physiology and the history of philosophy of science, to 1st Degree level; in management he has qualified ... recent member of the S.I .S . - a biologist by training and currently working part-time as a chemical analyst - has agreed to cover the "JOURNAL OF EGYPTIAN ARCHEOLOGY". \cdrom\pubs\journals\ ... and "SPACEFLIGHT" (a publication of the British Interplanetary Society). (Mr. McIlmoyle is a chartered chemist; M.A ., F.R .I .C .; has studied organic chemistry physics, ...
37. Morphic Fields and Resonances [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , in biology, it is the belief that all the phenomena of life can ultimately be understood in terms of chemistry and physics. Holism is the doctrine that the whole is more than the sum of its parts. A cell ... &full=1 &view_records=1 ] Rupert suggests that genes are responsible for making proteins and chemicals, etc., but not form. For example, remove a transistor from a TV set, and the ... this often happens in new laboratories (where it is suggested that the crystal contamination is carried on the beards of chemists!). Additional, new crystalisations, should be more stable than much older ones, so one would expect ...
38. The Determinants of Scientific Behaviour [Journals] [SIS Review]
... in rational scientific discourse. Specifically, his ideas are not compatible with a number of the fundamentals of physics and chemistry". Parenthetically, the scope and unorthodoxy of Velikovsky's work is so great that any attempt to introduce it through ... levels of ozone in the stratosphere, a problem became apparent in the late 1960's. Existing theory, which utilised chemical and photochemical reactions involving oxygen compounds, predicted roughly twice as much ozone as actually observed. (Results of both ... nitrogen from SSTs might dangerously reduce levels of ozone in the stratosphere. One argument used was that Johnston was a chemist, and (therefore) his consideration of meteorological effects in his calculations was oversimple (therefore making his results overestimates ...
39. Pompous Asimov [Books]
... originates. Asimov is a chemist, and he simply applies to CP-ery a structure of analysis modelled on standard high-school chemistry, in which every substance has properties. Analyze the material in front of you, find out what properties it ... that the Moon had to be involved in the cataclysms which he postulated, and had therefore suffered detectable physical and chemical effects, he offered a set of predictions of what might be discovered on that cosmic body. Each of the ... bulk of Asimov's evidence, and it is easy to see where his process of analysis originates. Asimov is a chemist, and he simply applies to CP-ery a structure of analysis modelled on standard high-school chemistry, in which every substance ...
40. The Cabots, the Lowells, and the Temperature of Venus [Journals] [Kronos]
... this well. There is a very great difference between being a good scientist, knowing your mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, and being a scientific Cabot or Lowell. And a good scientist may be insulted or mocked with ... the recipient wishes to misunderstand, he is surely free to do so. Nowhere in Velikovsky do I find a chemical theory comparable in audacity to the thesis regarding the creation of life by a bolt of lightning through an ammonia cloud ... Lillian R. Lieber, Galois Institute of Mathematics and Art, 1956. "John Newlands, a consulting London chemist, formulated in 1865 what he called a law of octaves' according to which if the elements are arranged in ...
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