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... precipitated the short series of letters described below. Dr. G. W. Van Oosterhout of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) wrote to Pensee in 1973 stating that he checked ... published radiocarbon data from the British Museum but could not find any reference to the dating of reed and palm nut from the tomb of Tutankhamen. He asked for additional information. Van Oosterhout's letter was referred to Bruce Mainwaring who received ... concerning the bristlecone pine was recently reviewed by H. C. Sorensen. 2 Dr. Sorensen is both a chemist and scientific advisor to the president of United Medical Laboratories in Portland, Oregon. The following notes about the bristlecone ...
42. Legends and Miracles [Books] [de Grazia books]
... H . Vogel at the University of Geneva in 1928)." A British expert on the chemistry of confections, M.G . Reade, has followed the various processes whereby, from the formaldehyde of incomplete ... Sometimes beasts (the "murrain") are afflicted as well as or instead of humans. The relation between chemical and radiation plagues and "real plagues" of viruses and germs is close in the history of Exodus and its ... artifices of man. Reciting the Biblical references, we can derive radiation and radiance of various types: a complex chemically-loaded dew; red phosphorus; hydrocarbons; unidentified poisons; sulfur; mercury; ammonia; cinnabar (cinnamon); ...
43. Ash [Journals] [Pensee]
... tied to it. This morning the radio announced that W. F. Libby was awarded the Nobel prize in chemistry. With this letter I make one last effort to convey to you that problems of great importance and urgency should ... you could give us the exact reference. Yours truly, G. W. VAN OOSTERHOUT Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Delft University of Technology Delft, The Netherlands January 29, 1973 DEAR DR. VAN OOSTERHOUT: Stephen Talbott ... chronological datings of that period of the past. In the last years I made a few unsuccessful attempts to induce Chemists and historians to perform this analysis. Even independent of my theory, this important period of the past should not ...
44. The Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah [Journals] [Kronos]
... : Dordrecht, Holland, 1973), pp. 179-271. John M. Stillman, The Story of Early Chemistry (N .Y ., 1924). Martin A. Uman, Understanding Lightning (Bek Technical Pub. ... , principally because the traverse through the atmosphere slows the bolt sufficiently so that the most noticeable effects are ionization and chemical recombination of atmospheric gases. Such ions which are generated cannot be accelerated through the air-mass with sufficient velocity to effect ... de la Mer Morte (1874), p. 297. 10. R. Sachsse, "Beiträge zur chemischen Kenntniss der Mineralien, Gesteine und Gewässer Palästinas," Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, 20 (1897), pp ...
45. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... extensive short-term physical and possible biotic effects." It was emphasized that since the advent of life on Earth the chemistry of oceans, atmosphere and surface sediments has been dominated by life processes which not only reflect, but in themselves ... floor has proved to be disrupted as that on land. Van Andel suggests that there is cause to doubt the chemical constancy of sea water, which has been a tenet of long standing - though supported by little evidence. The ... disciplinary leaning of the person involved, whether physics, chemistry or geology. Another warning was given to the radio-isotope chemists who measure the age of the rocks - these should be well mapped. Doubtful sources could give rise to a ...
46. AD Ages in Chaos: A Russian Point of View [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of Civilisation are two Russian professors, one a very famous man from Moscow University, Kessler, who is a chemistry professor, and the other Davidenko who is a retired geology professor. The introduction to this book was written by ... an international checking of all historical artefacts in all museums of the world, based on the modern scientific methods of chemical, physical etc. analysis. The main idea of Kessler and Davidenko is that with the history of technology we ... that it is a very interdisciplinary community: we have mathematicians, computer science experts, history and sociology professors, chemists, geologists and a lot of people from natural science and from technology, etc. The art critic Alexander Zhabinsky ...
47. The Ring of Truth by Isaac Vail [Books]
... vapors must have descended at the same time. From this it is evident that all mechanical precipitates, and all chemically involved materials, that could fall would fall together in the Azoic ocean forming a heterogeneous mass. Consequently, the ... to this, all the hydrogen and nitrogen in numerous mineral compounds and we can no longer marvel that a competent chemist has made the claim that the pressure of the atmosphere was equal to that of a column of mercury more than ... Earth in verdure, build mighty forests, and make the barren desert. The sun builds and destroys. Its chemism rules the Earth, regulating life and death. Its ripening power matures the fruit and vitalizes the seed, and ...
48. The Velikovsky Affair [Books] [de Grazia books]
... I recall the weeks of intensive study that Velikovsky put in, not long ago, to master several points of chemistry for an article in reply to chemistry Professor Albert Burgstahler. Hence, we should add that the same is true ... police are in cahoots, if indeed they have not already taken to drink themselves. There comes to mind the chemical geologist and Nobel prize winner, Harold Urey, who has on occasion reprimanded Velikovsky's supporters even though he has himself ... Longwell scorned the notion that petroleum might have a cosmic origin. [Prof. W. F. Libby, chemist of the University of California, has since suggested that petroleum may be found on the moon. Prof. A ...
49. Challenges to Evolutionary Gradualism [Books]
... events (fusing of two continents or two ocean basins). The reaching of certain threshold values in the changing chemistry or nutrient content of ocean water may also be a factor in large-scale extinction. The actual cause of the extinction ... nature;" Velikovsky went on to suggest that this might happen as a result of the involvement of thermal, chemical or radioactive agents [29: pp. 218-223]. The geneticist Richard Goldschmidt had also proposed, in 1940 ... break the gradualistic stranglehold, then what about the Nobel laureate, Harold Urey? In 1973, Urey (a chemist who was also a cosmochemist and a geochemist) had a paper published in Nature which suggested that cometary impacts could ...
50. A Holographic World [Journals] [Kronos]
... and Ilya Prigogine's theory of dissipative structures. Prigogine, a Belgian physical chemist, won the 1977 Nobel prize in chemistry for this work explaining irreversible processes- the movement toward higher and higher orders of life. The theory provides a ... , 79, 80, 83, 84. Wil Lepkowski, "The social thermodynamics of Ilya Prigogine", Chemical and Engineering News (April 16, 1979), pp. 30-33. Paul Pietsch, "Shuffle Brain" ... of Bell's theorem for psychic phenomena research, and Ilya Prigogine's theory of dissipative structures. Prigogine, a Belgian physical chemist, won the 1977 Nobel prize in chemistry for this work explaining irreversible processes- the movement toward higher and higher ...
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