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61. Aeon Volume III, Number 4: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... Velikovskian, Catastrophism and Ancient History, and the SIS Workshop. He received his doctorate at the State University of Bowling Green, where his dissertation was entitled The "Jewish Science" of Immanuel Velikovsky: Culture and Biography as Ideational Determinants. Frederic B. Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R& D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. AEON-- A Symposium on Myth and Science In the pages of this journal-- AEON-- we present a continuing discussion of unusual theories about man, the earth and the heavens. More than one of the theories presented here will challenge deeply-held premises of modern scientific thought, while offering new vistas in the quest for knowledge. Under the present topic, "The Planets in Ancient Myth and Religion," we explore the evidence for global catastrophes and interplanetary upheaval in the recent past, ...
62. Aeon Volume III, Number 5: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... , Pensée, The Sourcebook Project, Frontiers of Science, SISR and the SIS Workshop. Ev Cochrane is the author of numerous articles on archaeoastronomy. He served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS and currently serves as the editor of AEON. Frederic B. Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R& D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. Joel Canepa is a lawyer in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. He has long had an interest in catastrophist research and is currently preparing several manuscripts for publication. ...
63. Scientific Refereeing [Pensee]
... , p. 13) which will interest many of our readers: Leonard Weisberg asks (Physics Today, September, page 13) why so much passion is raised over "unorthodox" scientific theories. Just as the politician wraps himself in the flag and accuses all who disagree with him as being un-American, the scientist wraps himself in phrases such as "( lack of) causative basis for his ideas" and accuses others of being unscientific. The answer is "vested interests." That this is so is evidenced in these columns by the complaints concerning reviewing for publications. Almost no one will disagree that it is an adversary process, and yet no reviewer will disqualify himself as one having a conflict of interest. In fact, the editor's choice of reviewer insures that just such a situation occurs. The problem is further compounded by the fact that one never really knows who his adversary is. We do not accept this kind of process in other aspects of our lives, but acquiesce to it in our scientific lives. The system works when an idea ...
64. Ad: The Catastrophism Archive Project [Aeon Journal $]
... in proof-reading many of these articles in return for discounts on the final product. Monetary contributions are also welcome. Please contact Ian Tresman 9 Ashdown Drive Borehamwood Herts. WD6 4LZ United Kingdom Phone: 0181-953-7722 (Int'l: +44-181-953-7722) Fax: 0181-905-1879 (Int'l: +44-181-905-1879) e-mail: email@example.com World Wide Web: http://www.knowledge.co.uk/xxx/ Ian Tresman is the Publicity Officer for the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS), the Editor/Compiler of the new SIS Internet Digest, and a monthly columnist for the Fortean Times. As a Web publisher and proponent of the Internet, he has set up World Wide Web sites for the SIS, AEON, The Velikovskian, and various other publications. \cdrom\pubs\journals\aeon\vol0404\066cat.htm ...
65. Aeon Volume IV, Number 5: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... 1982). Since 1984 he has been a tenured professor at the Universität Bremen, Germany. His research focuses on the history and theory of civilization. He is the author of various books and articles including the groundbreaking Die Sumerer gab es Nicht. Frederic Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R& D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. He is also an ardent musician who has composed various classical pieces including September March, which was adopted this year as the official march of Newark, his home town, in California. Subscription: $80.00 U. S. per volume of 6 issues ($ 110.00 foreign air mail), or $40.00 U. S. for 3 issues ($ 55.00 foreign air mail). Scholarly articles, critiques, and book reviews are invited. We reserve the right to edit and publish any ...
66. Aeon Volume IV, Number 6: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... articles and books on different subjects, ranging from geology to the Bible. His most recent book, La Bibbia Senza Segreti (Rusconi, Milan), is soon to be released in an English translation under the title The Book of the Law. Frederic Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytic chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOS, and as a member of the R& D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, and continues as a contributing editor/columnist for Research and Development. He is also an ardent musician who has composed various classical pieces including September March, which was adopted in 1996 as the official march of Newark, his home town, in California. David Talbott, the inaugurator of AEON, was also the founder and publisher of Pensée, which produced the series "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered." He is, additionally, the author of The Saturn Myth and various articles which have appeared in KRONOS and AEON. He and his work are also featured in the video ...
67. Vox POPVLI [Aeon Journal $]
... of planets that gave rise to the "navel" or "centre" of the "earth" or of the "world." With the rise of civilization, major centres-- cities, towns, and holy shrines-- were erected in imitation of the celestial "earth," a practice that has been well documented by Mircea Eliade, [8 so that these places were also revered as the navel of the "earth." That some of these centres also "had a stone column" and that these columns were erected in commemoration of "the polar column" is consistent with the above. In Jerusalem itself there exists just such a "column" [9-- "supporting nothing"-- in the Church dedicated to the Holy Sepulcher. Its purpose is said to serve as a marker of "the exact centre or 'Navel" of the Earth." [10 That the polar column, or axis mundi, was visually connected to the celestial "earth"-- i.e. the band surrounding the Saturnian orb- ...
68. Cleopatra's Palace Found [Aeon Journal $]
... light beneath some 20 feet of water were the submerged ruins of the 2,000-year-old city in which Cleopatra and Mark Antony spent their last moments together. The French marine archaeologist Franck Goddio believes that part of these ruins, on the eastern side of the old harbor, are the remains of Alexandria's ancient court which contains the tumbled stones of Cleopatra's palace together with Antony's home and temple. "It was fascinating," said Goddio who surveyed the site with sixteen other divers and specialists in antiquities. "We were touching stones and columns and thinking Cleopatra had touched them." Also discovered was what Goddio described as "a beautiful harbor protected by a long pier that is still in good condition after 2,000 years, but it's under water." Cleopatra, of course, was not half the beauty Elizabeth Taylor was. Judging by a portrait of the queen appearing on the obverse of a Ptolemaic coin from Ashkelon, her features were of the most common type. Plutarch himself confirms that her "beauty" was not such as to strike those whose ...
69. The Sunken Kingdom: The Atlantis Mystery Solved by Peter J. James [Aeon Journal $]
... end. This power came forth out of the Atlantic Ocean, for in those days the Atlantic was navigable; and there was an island situated in front of the straits which are by you called the pillars of Heracles; the island was larger than Libya and Asia put together...Now in this island of Atlantis there was a great and wonderful empire which had rule over the whole island and several others, and over parts of the continent, and, furthermore, the men of Atlantis had subjected the parts of Libya within the columns of Heracles as far as Egypt, and of Europe as far as Tyrhenia...But afterwards there occurred violent earthquakes and floods; and in a single day and night of misfortune all your warlike men in a body sank into the earth, and the island of Atlantis in like manner disappeared in the depths of the sea. For which reason the sea in those parts is impassable and impenetrable, because there is a shoal of mud in the way; and this was caused by the subsidence of the island." [10 ...
70. Aeon Volume V, Number 2: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... on catastrophic geological processes, in the course of which he came to the conclusion that hydrogen gas and hydrocarbons in large volumes must emanate from Earth's mantle. The book, Environment of Violence, was published in 1990. A sequel, Expanding Geospheres, followed in 1992. Frederic Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytical chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor of KRONOSand a member of the R&D 100 panel for the adjudication of the annual top one hundred products developed by academia and industry, continuing as a Contributing Editor and columnist for Research& Development magazine to which he has contributed for more than 25 years. He is a composer and author, having written two symphonic suites and several ensemble and piano works as well as two published books on speculative science: Limits of Uncertainty (1975) and Raptures of the Deep (1995). Sean Mewhinney is a free-lance writer who has focused his scholarship onthe Velikovsky controversy, and whose interests have ranged from ancient astronomy, calendars, and chronology, to paleoclimatology, and the dynamics of individual and collective belief ...
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