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61. Metallurgy and Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... and Man* (or "Who Was Sesostris I?") deserves to grace departmental libraries in a number of fields, including archaeology, art history, geology, chemistry and metallurgy. Beautifully produced and copiously illustrated, it satisfies an urgent need - mainly on the part of archaeologists - for a comprehensive work of reference on a number ... and geology of the metals (excluding iron) used in antiquity, mining, smelting and casting - are lucidly explained and illustrated with numerous maps, charts and tables of chemical analyses. [* London: Harrap, 1978: 496 pp., 32 colour plates, 31 maps, over 400 figs.; £40.00] ...
62. In Memoriam: Earl R. Milton [Journals] [Aeon]
... Montreal, Canada, and moved with his family to Alberta where he attended school. His academic degrees included the B.S ., M.S . (in Chemistry), and Ph.D . (in Chemical Physics), all from the University of Alberta. He received a National Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship to study spectroscopy ... was awarded the Chant Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada (silver) in 1960 for his work on the spectroscopy of electrical charges through dilute gases. He taught at the University of Saskatchewan in Regina, at Lethbridge Junior College and, from 1967 to 1990, at the University of Lethbridge, where his fields were Physics, Astronomy ...
63. The Origami of Species [Journals] [Kronos]
... chemical properties as a natural outgrowth of the physical topology. Any changes in the molecular bits and pieces can radically affect the geometry, and this in turn would affect the chemistry through changes in molecular interactions. These changes which give rise to mutations are known to be caused by thermal, radiational, or chemical agents, but there is one ... in mobius-like fashion. In somewhat the same way, the genetic structure of biological organisms exhibits a conformation that appears to be, fundamentally, a three-dimensional geometric pattern- with its chemical properties as a natural outgrowth of the physical topology. Any changes in the molecular bits and pieces can radically affect the geometry, and this in turn would affect the ...
64. Metals, Salt and Oil [Books] [de Grazia books]
... may suspect an exoterrestrial origin of the Nevada gold as well. Conventionally, studies of the origins of metals and their cultural recognition do not mention any exoterrestrial contribution to their chemistry, appearance or use. Instead, they are looked upon as components of igneous intrusions. Speaking of gold, silver, copper, lead and tin, Clair Patterson ... even is the intrusiveness manifest; the term seems to define itself, as simply something differing from its surroundings, not a clean belt or stratum, but as a conglomerate chemically, physically, and morphologically. Ore is the valued part of minerals, including metals. The modern processes used to isolate ore are imitations of nature. Crushing is ...
65. Focus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 7 /81). Sheldrake postulates that the development of an organism from egg or seed and its subsequent function and behaviour can no more be explained in terms of the chemistry of its genetic material alone than the picture on a television screen can be explained solely in terms of the wires and transistors behind it. Just as the television picture ... where probability rules in place of matter, have for some time been working within the realms of metaphysics, the biologists have remained steadfast materialists. Life is completely explicable in chemical terms, they think, and the molecular biologist will eventually unlock all hidden secrets. Now one biologist, a Cambridge scholar and a Rosenheim Research Fellow of the Royal ...
66. The Synthesis of Manna [Journals] [Pensee]
... to Exodus and Numbers, one finds that manna was deposited early in the morning with the dew. Dr. A. J. Swallow, in his text, Radiation Chemistry of Organic Compounds, writes (5 ): "The synthesis of organic compounds through the agency of high-energy radiation has been amply demonstrated in the laboratory, an elementary ... with oatmeal, corn, milk and honey, soma, and bread. From what can be gathered, it appears that manna is a kind of carbohydrate mixed with fragrant chemicals. Velikovsky contends that during Venus' encounter with Earth ca. 1500 B.C ., our planet was shrouded by the thick, hydrocarbon-rich tail and atmosphere of ...
67. Mammoth Update: A Reply to Ellenberger (Forum) [Journals] [Kronos]
... . 14. Gillespie, p. 1101. 15. See Ellenberger's reference 7 (p . 97). 16. W. E. D. Evans, The Chemistry of Death (Springfield, 1963), p. 51. 17. C. J. Polson, D. J. Gee, The Essentials of Forensic Medicine ... of the flesh is replaced, one-for-one, by the mycelium of the bacteria responsible for putrefactive decay,(13) and even the hair, when examined chromatographically, shows chemical degradation through antique proteolysis by putrefactive enzymes.(14) Of course the time of onset of post-mortem decomposition is variable and, inter alia, a function of temperature ...
68. The Ruined Face of a Classic Beauty [Books] [de Grazia books]
... disputed. The question is whether the Moon, as a chemical agglomerate, pursued its present set of motions at the time of which Homer wrote. Moreover, was its chemistry the same after that time as it was before? The moon is enveloped by a crust of igneous anorthosite to the depth of 35 kilometers, "which must have ... energy" are convertible events and that neither can become space or non-being. That is not a point to be disputed. The question is whether the Moon, as a chemical agglomerate, pursued its present set of motions at the time of which Homer wrote. Moreover, was its chemistry the same after that time as it was before? ...
69. The "Bulk Chemistries" of Venus and Jupiter [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. II No. 1 (August 1976) Home | Issue Contents The "Bulk Chemistries" of Venus and Jupiter*Ralph E. Juergens Copyright © 1976 by Ralph E. Juergens. [* This article is a modified version of one of 22 essays contained in an Anthology presented to Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky ... have originated as an entity by condensation from a single, primordial, solar nebula of dust and gasses; (2 ) this nebula must have consisted of a blend of chemical elements practically identical to that now present in the atmosphere of the Sun; and (3 ) all the planets must initially have reflected this composition, modified only by ...
70. Gases, Poisons and Food [Books] [de Grazia books]
... " sizes and dropped at dawn. So goes the argument of Reade, himself a confectioner and engineer. The necessary procedures and formulas are presently at the threshold of laboratory chemistry, he asserts. On the processes required to produce edible carbohydrates in the form described by the ancient sources, all are present in the environmental setting described by the ... and religious fanatics. Now the door is open to claims, and some scientists are tripping over each other's footnotes in their eagerness to go to through it. Since most chemical elements and compounds can be either found beyond the Earth or conjectured to have once formed from the thermal and electrical conditions that occur exoterrestrially, scenarios of past events to ...
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