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91. More on the Thermal Aspects of Venus [Journals] [Kronos]
... event that Mr. Forshufvud is still not satisfied by the latest response to his criticism of Dr. Talbott's thermal model of Venus, he will have to content himself with agreeing to disagree. It would seem that Mr. Forshufvud's misgivings have arisen from the fact that he perceives the thermal state of Venus as either irrelevant or problematic re Velikovsky's cosmological scenario, and he is attempting to circumvent that supposed problem through an alternate theory. However, his line of reasoning and argumentation suffers on three counts: (1 ) A delusional attitude that the temperature of Venus is somehow irrelevant to Velikovsky's cosmological reconstruction when, in fact, Venus' thermal state appears to be not only a direct ...
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92. New Scenarios for Solar System Evolution [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... will be assembled to construct a startling new hypothesis for the identity of the Nephilim, and the Hebrew God' himself. Prof. E. Anati, Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici: Val Camonica, a unique example of a civilization with continuous documentation over 8000 years Halton Arp, Max Plank Institute, Garching, Germany: Open Problems in Cosmology (I ) For of a century science has believed that the universe was created instantly out of nothing and that this matter is still exploding away from itself in all directions. An enormous edifice of theory has been built upon this assumption but, like an inverted pyramid resting on its apex, it all rests on the assumption that ...
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93. Physics Has Its Principles [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2002:2 (Dec 2002) Home | Issue Contents Physics Has Its Principles Abstract: Physicists and mathematicians have fundamentally different approaches to describing reality. The essential difference is that physicists adhere to certain logical principles, any violation of which would amount to a miracle; whereas the equations of mathematics generally are oblivious to physical constraints. This leads to drastically different views of what is, and what is not, possible for cosmology and the reality we live in. Introduction: "Something is wrong with science - fundamentally wrong. Theories keep getting stranger and stranger." [ref. 1 ...
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94. A Word about the Planetary Debate [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Milton and de Grazia's nor Clube and Napier's nor Heinsohn's, (17) and so on. We, therefore, see that each branch line leading to a specific sub-sub-sub-subset asks a different fourth-stage question and that each one is mutually irreconcilable. Point Three is the data. We agree that there are essentially two major kinds in this debate, cosmological and mythological. Turning first to the cosmological, I believe that there is almost certain cosmological proof for recent solar system catastrophism but that there is almost certainly no cosmological proof for any individual catastrophic theory. It simply does not exist, so no one has any right to say, "Here's the physical evidence, let's see which theory ...
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95. Intersect 2001 -- A World Conference [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:1 (Jun 2001) Home | Issue Contents Advertisement Intersect 2001- A World Conference "Electricity, Cosmology, and Human History" July 6-9, 2001, The Hilton Flamingo Hotel, Laughlin NV 89029 New vistas in astronomy Plasma and electricity in space Our violent solar system Human memories of planetary upheaval Origins of mythical archetypes and global symbols Science and the quest for interdisciplinary synthesis This event will highlight new approaches to the integration of human knowledge, with particular emphasis on electrical forces active at all levels of scientific observation. Presenters will include the distinguished astronomer Halton Arp, whose work has re-defined our ideas about galaxies ...
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96. Rejoinder to Velikovsky [Journals] [Pensee]
... used "familiar text-books" as references only to provide the reader with convenient summaries of data obtained from a great many excavations in the Holy Land. Finally, Velikovsky makes one of my conclusions the exact opposite of what I wrote. He says (p . 42): "Whether my reconstruction of ancient history depends on my reconstruction of cosmological events is also irrelevant and contrary to Stiebing's claim." However, I made no such claim! What I said (pp. 11-12 of my article) was that I was calling into question "his entire series of synchronisms, some of which are necessary to sustain the interpretations he gives to texts from Egypt, Palestine and Greece ...
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... mythological', necessitating as it does powerful supernatural intervention and determination; the second way is much more natural', and really only describes a certain aspect of the Great Flood. Both are well observed, the only difference between them being the viewpoint of the observer and his manner of interpretation. Both are confirmed by the teachings of Hoerbiger's Cosmological Theory regarding the breakdown of satellites. The third is the spiritual' way, the highest from the standpoint of religion: mythology finds rather little of interest in it. 1. THE FASHIONING OF THE EARTH OUT OF SOME VANQUISHED MONSTER'S BODY Let us first look at a number of myths which tell of the slaying of some primeval monster ...
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... too general or occur repeatedly, and as a result a number of different revolutionary theories have emerged from within our own circle and there are consequently many catastrophic interpretations extant in all the areas we touch. I described nineteen planetary hypotheses, for example, in an article I wrote for the journal The Velikovskian, each of which rejects the standard cosmology, and a glance at the debates in the American journal Aeon or the British journal Chronology and Catastrophism Review will illustrate very quickly the divergences which exist between the many competing historical schemes, even though they all agree that the traditional dating of ancient empires is incorrect, often by centuries. One of the things this conference will do, ...
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... takes the study of man out of the familiar, scientific, cyclical world into a new landscape- precarious and fragile. But this is not a speculative exercise. If Velikovsky's suggestions prove true, all major world religions have arisen in response to this reality. This paper brings evidence from anthropology that the Hopi, for example, built their cosmology on the reality that the Earth has experienced repeated global catastrophies. In the North American culture, the people who put together the "Whole Earth Catalogue" have illustrated prototype gestalt which 1ives with a newly acquired catastrophic consciousness. An historian of science doesn't have to look far for the roots of present-day catastrophism. Western, industrial man, ...
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100. Saturn: In Myth and Religion [Journals] [Kronos]
... planetary deities rests on direct evidence and/or comparative mythology. In other words, such identifications are not a matter of personal choice but are either offered by the ancients themselves or dictated by the content of myth. It will not do to decide that such and such a god must have personified such and such a planet simply because the cosmological model one adheres to seems to demand it. Nor will it do to fling these identifications on the page without offering a single shred of corroborative evidence. With so many different cosmic scenarios going around these days, such irresponsible equations can only lead to confusion. In some of my recent papers, I have re-identified various deities as personifications ...
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