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141. For the Record. . . [Journals] [Kronos]
... . On the other hand, mutations provide the raw material 103 on which natural selection acts. If there were no mutations, there would be no genetic inventory of possible adaptations to future environmental changes" (emphasis added). Shklovskii then reiterated his earlier suggestion, put forth with V. I. Krasovskii, that the extinction of the dinosaurs may have been the result of an increase in cosmic ray intensity, though the possible shortcomings of this hypothesis were also recognized. It was conceded, however, that "prolonged increase in the background high-energy radiation dose would not necessarily be fatal to all living organisms. Perhaps such an exposure would be favorable for the evolution of certain life ...
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142. The Hunting Or Blitzkrieg Theory [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... . Flannery, The Future Eaters, op. cit., p. 200. 40. Stephen M. Stanley, Extinction, (New York, 1987), p. 206. 41. Jared Diamond, Guns, Gems, and Steel, (New York, 1997), p. 42. 42. Leonard Krishtalka, Dinosaur Plots & Other Intrigues in Natural History, (New York, 1989), p. 206. 43. R. N. Owen-Smith, Megaherbivores, op. cit., p. 291. 44. Ward, The Call of Distant Mammoths, op. cit., p. 163; see M. Beck, " ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 16  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0302/03hunting.htm
143. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... that the supposedly pristine forests of the Amazon and south-east Asia may in places be little more than the overgrown gardens of past rainforest civilisations. ' Dino-Birds (New Scientist 9.10.04, p. 10; Time, 1.11.04, pp. 60-61) There can be little doubt these days that birds evolved from dinosaurs. Even the early ancestors of T. rex seem to have borne proto-feathers, although the giant itself had only scales. The remains of another dinosaur show that it slept with its head under its wing', just like a duck. This, and the phenomenal rate at which it has been calculated that T. rex grew, ...
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144. The Great Debate [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... , heaped together with millions of shattered trees. In Alaska the conglomeration is known as "muck," and it is deposited across the entire northern part of the state, forming a frozen mass longer than the Atlantic seaboard from Newfoundland to Florida. Perhaps the most famous mass extinction occurred 65 million years ago. At that time, the dinosaurs, which were by far the most successful animals in the history of the world, having dominated the planet, we hear, for over 150 million years, died out completely and suddenly (estimates range from a million years- barely a second on the geological clock- to a single day, with neither extreme being more or less ...
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145. The Climate Hypothesis [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... Earth was created by science to permit a large array of animals to inhabit the arctic region throughout the Ice Age. I will examine this myth in what follows. References:1. Alfred Russel Wallace, The Geographical Distribution of Animals, Vol. I, (New York, 1876), p. 151. 2. Krishtalka, Dinosaur Plots, op. cit., p. 205. 3. Charles Lyell, Manual of Elementary Geology, 4th ed., (New York, 1853), p. 147. 4. J. N. McDonald, "The Reordered North American Selection Regime and Late Quaternary Megafaunal Extinctions," Quaternary Extinctions, P. ...
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146. The Living Cosmos [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the Universe. This look at the cosmos is a new multidisciplinary, paradigm. The Need For A New Model of the Earth- The Living and Dynamic Earth. The Need for a New Model of the Earth; The Living Earth; A Huge Nervous System; Earth's Interior; The Dynamo Theory's Failure; Polar Reversals, Solar Neutrinos. Dinosaurs Extinctions- No Asteroid or Comet Impact Here. Impact Theory; Volcanic Theory; Other Theories; What Really Happened- Excerpts from The Vital Vastness Planetary Ejections: Cratering, Tektites, and Animal and Other Unusual Falls. Cratering on the Planets; Tektites; Usual Meteorites and Animal Falls; The Tunguska Event Evolution, Mass Extinctions and Mass ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/i-digest/2000-1/02living.htm
... NEWS 1 FOCUS 4 ARTICLES Volcanism and Catastrophic Mythology by Jill Abery 7 Pentecost by James E. Strickling 11 Cosmic Catastrophe in PARADISE LOST by Bernard Newgrosh 13 FORUM: Questions and Answers on the Chronology of Rohl & James 21 VIEWS IN BRIEF 27 MONITOR : * Thera Theories * Demise of Nemesis? * Another Iridium Extinction * Slow Death for Dinosaurs * Life on Mars? * Volte Face by Gould * Reverse Plate Tectonics? * Oldest Shipwreck * Geological Unconformities * Erosion of Another Geological Dogma? * Continental Drift Measured * Frozen Evidence Rocks Kenyan Cradle * New Evidence from Stonehenge * Hapgood Supported * Comet Records * Recent Mammoth Extinction? * Mysterious Mummies * Respectability Does Not Earn Credit ...
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148. Predicting The Past [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... scholars during the past century-and-a-half gave regarded these questions as settled once and for all. Ever sine Darwin, the great majority of historians, anthropologists, and geologists have assumed that the doctrine of gradual evolution was proven beyond need for further discussion. Today, the tide has turned somewhat. Now school children are taught that the extinction of the dinosaurs was due to the crashing to Earth of a comet or an asteroid sixty million years ago. Astronomers have written books about how asteroid and comet impacts destroyed past civilizations and threaten our present one. Experts in the field of dendrochronology have concluded that tree-ring data show steep environmental downturns within historical times, and that these events seem to be ...
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149. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... .. 3 Our Universe: Unlocking its Mysteries, Annis Scott .. 3 Context for Reconstruction, Michael Armstrong .. 3 Error Probes, Truth Probes, and Space Probes, Mel Acheson .. 4 Our Electric Sun, Don Scott .. 4 Symbols of an Alien Sky: Part I, Dave Talbott .. 4 The Impossible Dinosaurs, Ted Holden .. 4 Day 2: Sat 7 July 2001. PM .. 5 Resistance to Scientific Innovation, Earl Staelin .. 5 How You Know, Mel Acheson .. 5 A World with One Season: Part I, Dwardu Cardona .. 5 Halton Arp: A Modern Day Galileo, Amy Acheson .. ...
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150. C&C Workshop 1990, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ) 28 1990 ISIS Fellowship Lecture Meeting 31 MONITOR : * Incredible Star Turn * Planet is Comet * Missing Neutrinos * Big Bangs, Little Whimpers * Chaotic Pluto * Water from Space? * Planet X/Nemesis? * The Outer Planets * Red Shift Renegades * Surface of Venus * Life from Space * C-T Impact Site? * Smallest Dinosaurs * Problem of Frozen Mammoths * African Eve * As fresh as 20Myrs ago! * Surprisingly Speedy Speciation * Pitfalls of Fossil Evidence * Sedimentary Problems * U-Th Dating Tool * Lost Mummy Found * Mexican Record of Supernova * Dendrochronology Difficulty Resolved * Dating Thera * Jericho Debate * Israel in Egyptian Relief? * Oldest Statues 34 REVIEWS: The ...
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