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151. Untitled [Articles]
... Dwardu Cardona The Original Star of Dawn Victor Clube Cosmic Winter Ev Cochrane Velikovsky's Legacy Vine Deloria Northwest Indian Myths of Catastrophe Robert Driscoll Rebuttal to Ellenberger Charles Ginenthal The Youthful Planet Venus Robert Grubaugh A Model of the Polar Configuration Richard Heinberg Catastrophe, Collective Trauma, and the Origin of Civilization Gunnar Heinsohn The Restoration of Ancient History Ted Holden The Impossible Dinosaurs Eric Miller Venus Worship and Ancient China William Mullen "Cenocatastrophism" Donald W. Patten and Samuel R. Windsor The Twin Tilts of the Spin Axes of Mars and Earth Lynn E. Rose Sothic Dating and Historical Reconstructions Dave Talbott From Myth to Physical Model Wallace Thornhill Recent Geology of the Planet Venus Tom Van Flandern Exploding Planets and Non-exploding ...
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... Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System Robert W. Bass 46 The Origin and Evolution of the Comets and Other Small Bodies in the Solar System S. K Vsekhsvyatskii 55 Alexander at the Oracle Immanuel Velikovsky 68 Conditioning, Coping, and Concepts A. Mann Paterson 77 Sin and the Control System John V. Myers 91 Were All Dinosaurs Reptiles? Immanuel Velikovsky 101 The God-Kings & the Titans: A Review Roger W. Wescott 104 The Fire Came By: A Review Frederic B. Jueneman 107 New Discoveries... 110 Notices 112 The Book Case 116 Mars and the search for Life 119 Notes about the Contributors 120 Letters EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor ...
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... Ancient Knowledge of Jupiter's Bands and Saturn's Rings Alfred de Grazia 71 Leonardo da Vinci: Rocks, Fossils, and Time H. James Birx 78 For the Record . . . 081 Something to Think About... On Mercury Without a Moon C. J. Ransom Typology, Phylogeny, and Viviparity: A Note on the Taxonomy of Dinosaurs Roger W. Wescott Prematurity in the Kingdom of the Fish: A Brief Fable about Electromagnetism Joseph May 87 The Book Case 91 Letters 95 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT W. BASS, ROBERT H. HEWSEN, RALPH E. JUERGENS C.J . RANSOM ...
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... Robert H. Hewsen Documents . . . 45 L. Sprague de Camp: Anatomy of a Zetetic Lewis M. Greenberg & Lynn E. Rose For the Record . . . 68 Don't Rock the Ark 72 Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep . . . 74 A Third Alternative Lynn E. Rose 76 The Dawnseekers and The Hot-Blooded Dinosaurs: A Double Review H. James Birx 84 Ancient Transatlantic Contacts? A Review of Fell, Van Sertima, and Von Wuthenau . . Roger W. Wescott 90 Notices 91 The Book Case 94 Editorial Statement 95 Notes about the Contributors EDITORS Editor-in-Chief LEWIS M. GREENBERG Executive Editor WARNER B. SIZEMORE Senior Editors ROBERT W. BASS, ...
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155. Frequently Asked Questions Archive [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1997:1 (Sep 1997) Home | Issue Contents Frequently Asked Questions Archive Holden and Megafauna Ted Holden, a catastrophist, has claimed that dinosaur sauropods would be too heavy to carry themselves about in current gravitational conditions. He proposes that the "felt effect of gravity" was reduced in the not-too-distant past, allowing such large beasts to walk around. This FAQ explores Holden's claims. Woolly Mammoths: Evidence of Catastrophe? An examination of the catastrophist claim that preserved mammoth remains indicate the occurrence a great catastrophe (as described by catastrophist ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/i-digest/1997-1/03talk.htm
156. Horizons [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the rare occasions when increased cosmic radiation levels (emanating from nearby supernovae or major solar flares) coincide with the "window" offered by the Earth's magnetic field when at zero strength prior to regeneration with reversed polarity - a brief but important contribution. A continuing exchange on radioactivity in fossil bones, with particular reference to the extinction of the dinosaurs, provides useful material by various geologists (some of whom unfortunately exhibit stereotyped and conditioned thinking); and this is supplemented by an assorted list of further literature by the editor. Supplying a more interdisciplinary(?) dimension, P. PASSERINI (U . of Florence), in "Knowledge and Entropy - an Evolutionary Outlook" ...
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157. Cosmic Dust May Cause Climate Catastrophes [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Sources: Stanley Dermott, (352) 392-2052; Stephen Kortenkamp, (202) 686-4370 ext. 4440 Writer: Kristen Vecellio, May 7, 1998 INTERPLANETARY DUST MAY CAUSE CLIMATE CHANGE, GRADUAL EXTINCTION GAINESVILLE- Space dust in the earth's atmosphere and changes in the planet's orbit may have started the gradual extinction of dinosaurs and other life thousands of years before a massive asteroid collision dealt the final blow, according to research from the University of Florida and the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The dust build-up, which rises and falls on about a 100,000-year cycle, also may answer some big questions researchers have about the history of earth's climate, said ...
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158. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... unorthodox, but hehas little time for self-appointed guardians of proper science'. When Life Nearly Died by Michael J. Benton. Thames & Hudson. £16.95. An account of the massive Permian extinction which wiped out 95% of life on Earth millions of years before the lesser Cretaceous catastrophe which saw the end of the dinosaurs. Benton presents evidence that the cause was immense volcanic activity. Avebury by Joshua Pollard and Andrew Reynolds. Tempus. £18.99. Subtitled Biography of a Landscape', this book surveys the wealth of archaeological remains in the area around the huge Avebury henge, covering its history from Mesolithic hunting camps to a small Anglo-Saxon ...
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159. Focus [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Circle, on the same latitude as northern Greenland and are at present wastes of permafrost, with the only vegetation ground-hugging and dormant during the four months of winter darkness. Thick layers of sands, silts and coals, said to be from the early part of the Tertiary Period (i .e ., immediately following the extinction of the dinosaurs) have long been known from here and finds of fossil wood and stumps are not uncommon. The commonest types of trees which have fossilised associated with the coal seams are the dawn redwood and the swamp cypress (now only found in China), and these are taken to indicate that lowland swamps were common in the region. The ...
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160. S.I.S. Workshop Vol. 5, No. 4 (1983): Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... NEWS 2 ARTICLES The New Orthodoxy's Respect for Fact by Jim F. Clarke 3 "It Ain't Necessarily So" by John J. Bimson 9 Corneile l'Orange and Other Canards by C. Leroy Ellenberger 11 FORUM: Questions and Answers on the Revised Chronology of Rohl & James 14 REVIEWS 20 MONITOR : Ahhiyawa Problem Reconsidered * Radiation Death for Dinosaurs? * New Discipline Breaks New Ground and Old Ideas * Magnetic Storms Related to Planets * Banded Rock Production * Another Exodus Theory * "Lignin+ Clay = Coal" * Earthquake Electrics? * Venus Ruled Lives of Maya * Iguanodon - Masterpiece of Mastication * Imaginary Cataclysms * Catastrophist Geology? * Saturn Electrostatic Discharges * Magnetic Brakes on ...
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