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... to be "a fundamental contribution to classical history and archaeology." [3 ] He then decided to meet with Velikovsky and investigate the issue. A change for the better occurred in Velikovsky's fortunes when de Grazia devoted the entire September 1963 issue of the American Behavioral Scientist to aspects of the hostile reaction of the scientific community to Velikovsky's revolutionary cosmology. While preparing the special issue on Velikovsky [4 ], de Grazia became interested in the substance of Velikovsky's theories, an interest which has culminated in several investigations into the origins of human nature and the development of human institutions. A part of that work in included here. De Grazia maintains that fear is ubiquitous in its influence ...
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... by a comet began in the eighteenth century with Count Gian Rinaldo Carli . . . In our own times, the cometary-collision hypothesis has been revived again with stunning success by Immanuel Velikovsky." Velikovsky's theories have indeed met with stunning scientific success (despite de Camp's allusion to "countless" confutations). The fact is that Velikovsky's historical and cosmological theories are the only such theories to have fared well when put to the test of all the new scientific information that has come to light in the past quarter of a century: that information has provided an unprecedented degree of solid confirmation for Velikovsky's theories and clear disconfirmation of rival theories. If de Camp had ever read Velikovsky's Worlds in ...
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113. Society for Interdisciplinary Studies [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , 1960) - registration number 286264 About Chronology & Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space ...
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114. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... 1, in Th. H. Corcoran, Seneca, London, 1972, I-X: II 250f. 17 Claudius Ptolemy, Tetrabiblos, II. 9, in F. E. Robbins, Ptolemy: Tetrabiblos, London, 1940: 192f.; S. S. Genuth, Comets, popular culture, and the birth of modern cosmology, Princeton, 1997: 94 18 M. E. Bailey, S. V. M. Clube & W. M. Napier, The origin of comets, Oxford, 1990: 24 19 Hephaestion of Thebes, Apotelesmatica, I. 24. 5-11, in J. Brook, Our rock who art in heaven; hallowed ...
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115. SIS Talk Transcripts [Articles]
... Theories and Ice Ages DR DON ROBINS Problems of Radiometric Dating PETER JAMES Plato's Atlantis and Prehistoric Europe PLUS FILMS of the Voyager Missions to Jupiter and Saturn, presented by WAL THORNHILL 27th Sep 1981 Velikovsky and his Heroes Talk by Martin Sieff 17th Oct 1981 Physics, Astronomy and Chronology A talk by Dr Earl Milton 26th Jun 1982 Velikovsky's History & Cosmology DR JOHN BIMSON Was Hatshepsut the Queen of Sheba? DR VICTOR CLUBE Velikovsky and the Decline of Medieval Cosmology 26th Sep 1982 SIS Annual General Meeting Discussion on Velikovsky, Victor Clube's book Discussion with Wal Thornhill and Ralph Sansbury 9th Apr 1983 Open Forum Meeting PROFESSOR ALFRED DE GRAZIA Homo Schizo- the Catastrophic Evolution of Man PETER JAMES The Sea ...
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... would definitely establish 3C 273 as an object within our Galaxy" [4 ]- the very argument Halton Arp had been espousing when he was dismissed. Moreover, Marcia Bartusiak left out any mention of Alfvén's pioneering work in plasma physics and magnetohydrodynamics for which he was anointed with Swedish holy water, to say nothing of their subsequent application to cosmology, but merely stated off-handedly that: "For many years a small but vocal group argued that the quasars were not situated at cosmological distances at all but instead were dense objects set closer in." [5 ] Physicist Anthony Peratt, a student of Alfvén, later found that sizeable electromagnetic pulses, as generated by nuclear explosions, ...
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117. Society for Interdisciplinary Studies [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , 1960) - registration number 286264 About Chronology & Catastrophism Review The SIS is a UK-based society with worldwide membership. It is a non-profitmaking organisation, registered as an educational charity under the UK Charities Act. It was formed in 1974 in response to growing interest in the works of modern catastrophists, who have stimulated controversy in the fields of cosmology, archaeoastronomy, geology and ancient history. SIS membership brings together people from a wide variety of backgrounds and beliefs. The SIS provides a forum for independent and critical assessment of the work of modern catastrophists such as Dr Immanuel Velikovsky, Dr Victor Clube and Dr Bill Napier. Topics covered include the role of electromagnetism in cosmology, space ...
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118. Thoth Vol I, No. 13: May 16, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... image titled "Thoth: the Egyptian God of Knowledge" to access the back issues.- To the traditions of a polar power, previously cited, should be added the following: In the Persian Zend Avesta the creator-king Ahura Mazda rules from atop the world axis, the fixed station "around which the many stars revolve." Iranian cosmology, as reported by Leopold de Saussure, esteemed the celestial pole as the center and summit of heaven, where resided Kevan, the sovereign power of heaven, called "the Great One in the middle of the sky." Throughout the ancient Near East, according to the comprehensive research of H. P. L'Orange, the " ...
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119. The Absurdity of Neutron Stars [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... origins of ancient languages and the birth of civilization in the wake of cosmic catastrophe. To subscribe to Thoth, send an email message to inquiries@kronia.com with a message, "Requesting subscription to THOTH". The Absurdity of Neutron Stars Thoth Vol III, No. 16 Dec 1, 1999 Nowhere is the gravitational paradigm of cosmology shown to exhibit more strangeness than in compact high energy phenomena in deep space. A report in the journal Nature of 15 November proposes that a recently discovered star "is made of an exotic stuff called strange matter', never yet seen on Earth". This seemingly simple model began to show signs of strain many years ago when ...
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... From: Aeon IV:3 (Dec 1995) Home | Issue Contents The Recent Organization of the Solar System Advertisement Donald W. Patten & Samuel R. Windsor The material in this 134-page book comes to grips with the following Solar System issues which no gradualist cosmology has addressed, or can address: How the Earth captured the Moon. The twin spin rates of Jupiter and Saturn. The twin spin rates of the Earth and Mars. The very slow spin rate and retrograde rotation of Venus. The presence of vast lava plains, but no volcanic cones, on Mercury. The reason why the Sun shrinks at a current rate of 1 foot per minute. The reason ...
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