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181. Nemesis for Evolutionary Gradualism? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 33 3 Myr. Rampino and Stothers propose that the passage of the Solar System through or near the gas and dust clouds concentrated towards the galactic plane disrupts the Solar System's cometary system, resulting in collisions with the Earth. (K . A. Innanen and colleagues [80, 81] had previously pointed out the coincidence of galactic plane crossings and the boundaries between geological periods.) The fact that the interstellar clouds are not all found exactly on the mid-plane of the Galaxy would explain why not all extinctions seem to have happened precisely on schedule, the standard deviation of each individual episode being 9 Myr [78]. This analysis of the periodicities is generally in accord with ...
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182. Thoth Vol I, No. 18: July 3, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... [ Home ] THOTH -A Catastrophics Newsletter- VOL I, No. 18 July 3, 1997 EDITOR: Michael Armstrong PUBLISHER: Walter Radtke CONTENTS: VELIKOVSKY'S COMET VENUS..................David Talbott FINGERS CROSSED FOR JULY 4................Wal Thornhill GREAT RED SPOT SPECULATION......... .. .. .Wal Thornhill SCIENCE MAGAZINE ITEMS * Giant Planet Formation by Gravitational Instability * Worlds Around Other Stars Shake Planet Birth Theory * 51 Peg and the Perils of Planet Searches * Extreme Cratering- Quote ...
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183. The Sibylline Oracles [Books]
... the Sibylline literature. It may be that the Christian use of the oracles began with the formation of a body of testimonia from this and similar sources; testimonia collected, like those from the Old Testament,40 to bear witness partly to the primary doctrines of monotheism and ethical purity, and partly to the anticipations of the Incarnation and the Cross which could be discerned in pre-Christian prophecy. The frequent appeals in early Christian literature to " the Sibyl and Hystaspes " point in this direction; and it has been suggested that the prośmium of Theophilus was derived from some such anthology of witness. But the Christian re-touching of the oracles began at an early date, very possibly in the ...
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... could have proceeded," and advanced reasons which he thought must point "not to a few great volcanoes but to many minor vents breaking out one after another and shifting from district to district. Only by such distribution of the foci of discharge can we account for the continuity and horizontality of the basalts." A celestial visitation had not crossed the mind of this erudite geologist! Yet with this he admits that the series of gigantic rents "must have given rise to earthquakes of enormous magnitude and destructive force". He even speaks of a sea of molten rocks. ' This vast catastrophe in the Western Highlands and the Hebridean Isles with Northern Ireland cannot be divorced from the ...
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185. Collisions and Upheavals [Journals] [Pensee]
... " Zeus, in the account of Appollodorus, struggled with the coiled viper Typhon. The fugitive Israelites, having reached Pi-ha-Khiroth at the edge of the Red Sea, were pursued by the pharoah Taoui-Thom. The great sea lay divided before the slave people, its waters lifted by the movement of the Earth and the pull of the comet. Crossing the dry sea bottom, the Israelites escaped from Egypt. As the comet made its closest approach to Earth, Taoui-Thom moved his armies into the sea bed. But even before the entire band of Israelites had crossed to the far side, a giant electrical bolt flew between the two planets. Instantly the waters collapsed. The pharoah, ...
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186. The Age of Moses [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... during the zenith of Egypt's Empire Period in the mid-thirteenth century B.C . is matched by the violence this does to the whole historical account in the Bible from Genesis to Kings. In his epic film "The Ten Commandments", Cecil B. De Mille shows the strapping Pharaoh Ramesses II turning his chariot aside at the Red Sea crossing and letting his army proceed to their destruction without him since we know that this mighty king did not meet his own end in this way. Unless the Exodus occurred around 1500 B.C ., there is no way to fit the acts described chronologically in the books of Joshua, Judges and Samuel into the scheme of things. ...
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... small change to its orbit. This would perhaps explain why the Babylonian observations indicate some anomalous' behaviour of Venus and it confirms the generally accepted view that Venus has been a member of the Solar System for a very long time, notwithstanding its present unusual characteristics. One of the most striking effects of a charged cosmic body spiralling in and crossing the orbit of Earth is that it is likely to be surrounded by light and dark bands of striations of an electrical discharge into the near-vacuum of space. These striations have been demonstrated in glass tubes containing gas at a very low pressure and having an electrode at each end. When a high voltage is applied to the electrodes a small ...
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188. Of the Moon and Mars, Part 2 [Journals] [Pensee]
... [which] branch more extensively and have associated with them a very dense net of filamentary threads' which leave a circular pattern of traces. The trunks of the secondary channels often form along the path of a primary streamer, but they have been observed to form between primary streamer traces also. The branches of the secondary streamer traces often cross primary traces and the secondary streamer growth would appear independent of the particular paths chosen by the primary streamers. The fine filamentary tips of the secondary streamers seem to propagate in a circular pattern.... Although the filamentary traces do cross, the general pattern indicates that they tend to repel each other." Nasser and Schroder interpret ...
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... be ejected from Jupiter might impact the Earth. Velikovsky proposes that a grazing or near-collision occurred between this comet and the Earth. We will subsume this idea under the designation collision' below among other objects of similar size. Collision will occur when the centers of the objects are 2R distance. We may then speak of an effective collision. Cross section of p(2R)2 = 4pR2; this is the targeted area which the center of the moving object must strike in order for a collision to occur."1 Here, Sagan informs us that the Earth and comet-Venus had to actually touch each other for there to be a collision. Sagan assures us that "Velikovsky ...
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... coincidence while Velikovsky, of course, chose common-observation. Sagan states, "Velikovsky is clearly opting for the common-observation hypothesis, but he seems to dismiss the diffusion hypothesis far too casually; for example, he says (p . 303) How could unusual motifs of folklore reach isolated islands, where the aborigines do not have any means of crossing the sea? ' I am not sure which islands and which aborigines Velikovsky refers to here, but it is apparent that the inhabitants of an island had to have gotten there somehow. I do not think that Velikovsky believes in a separate creation in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands say. For Polynesia and Melanesia there is now extensive evidence ...
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