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... SIS Workshop Home Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Workshop MEMBERS' NEWSLETTER Vol. 2. No. 4 April 1980 CONTENTS Editorial Page 2 SOCIETY NEWS Ancient History Study Group Glasgow Discussion Group Publication Correspondents S.I .S . Book Service 2 2 2 3 ARTICLE Sodom and Gomorrah by James E. Strickling 3 MONITOR Catastrophism Revived? Death of the Dinosaurs? Ocean Spill Caused Mass Extinction Earth Shrinkage Rapid Onset Ice Age Io and its Vulcanism New Light on Venus Problem of Lunar Magnetism Saturn - Lord of the Rings? Velikovsky Affairs? 5 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 KRONOS SEMINAR 10 LETTERS Parthenogenesis and Plagues Who was Apollo? Catastrophic Evolution Velikovsky and Avebury Sitchin's Spacemen The ...
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162. SIS Internet Digest 2000 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 17 Prayer, Magic, and the Stars .. 17 The Vacuum, Light Speed, and the Redshift .. 17 Worlds in Collision republished .. 17 Ancient Astronomy and Celestial Divination .. 17 Unorthodox Science: past, present and future .. 18 Worlds in Collision Symposium .. 18 Anomalous Foucault pendulum .. 18 New tallest dinosaur .. 18 Wobbly World .. 19 Sightings - Astrology/Astronomy .. 19 First Light from Eros Orbit .. 19 Announcements .. 20 Lectures on the Saturn Model and Electric Universe .. 20 Proof readers wanted: earn a free CD-Rom .. 20 What's Opera Doc? Akhnaten opera .. 22 ...
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163. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... highly readable informal essay scorning "explanations" of religion by "uniformitarian theologians" and suggesting that the concept of "sin" was invented to explain the visitation of catastrophes (as punishment) by an otherwise benevolent god. The author applies this thesis in a novel way to the methods of dogmatic Science. Dr Velikovsky's contributions are Were All Dinosaurs Reptiles?, assembled by the Editor from two unpublished papers dated 1941 and 1951, and Alexander at the Oracle, a chapter from Peoples of the Sea which replaces the Luckerman paper advertised. Overseas subscription (1 year: 4 issues) is $14.00 or $18.00 by air; subscriptions begin with Vol. ...
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164. Predicting the Past (advert) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... during the past century and a half have regarded these questions as settled once and for all. Ever since 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. 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 civilisations and threaten our present one. Experts in the field of dendrochronology have concluded that treering data show steep environmental downturns within historical times and that these events seem to be tied ...
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165. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... in these inscriptions. There is a strong general case to be made for the incorruptibility of myth with time on the basis of this evidence. THE GREAT EXTINCTION by Michael Allaby & James Lovelock (Secker & Warburg, London, 1983). Ultimately this book is destined to be thought of as yet another book on the demise of the dinosaurs. It is about the great extinction of the terminal Cretaceous period, and argues a catastrophist cause - the collision of a small planet with our Earth. Surprisingly for a catastrophist book, the argument for catastrophism per se is weak. However, its strong point is the excellent discussion of the catastrophic effects of Earth colliding with a planetoid ...
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166. Society News (AGM 2000) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... silhouettes which can alternatively be seen as a single wine glass. He suggested that many people suffered from paradigm blindness', when they see only the one image and in their confrontations with those who can see the other image forget their notions of fair play. His interest in catastrophism had been rekindled by Alvarez's book about the death of the dinosaurs, in particular the observation that in addition to the Iridium layer there was a carbon layer, indicating that there had been a catastrophic fire storm It reminded Han of another carbon layer found across northern Europe. Ager had mentioned in his 1973 book The Nature of the Stratigraphic Record that along shores and steepsided valleys in southern England there was ...
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167. The Daily Grail [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . Tuesday News Tue Nov 28, 2000 22:25 AEST Archaeologists discover mysterious 4700 year old temple, which is the largest Stone Age structure found in Western Europe (27 times as big as Stonehenge). Scientists discover a possible microbe from space. Is it a bird? Is it a plane...err, I mean dinosaur? Britons claim to see angels agumbo. Egyptian discovery the world's oldest love song? Mysterious effect may influence spacecraft trajectories. That and confusing metric and imperial... Laboratory discovery of immortal' human flesh. Interesting feature over at The Anomalist called Forgotten Experiments'. Scientist's work dismisses any link between King Arthur and a certain Round ...
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... system approximately fifty light-years from the solar system, in 500,000 B.C ., with resulting catastrophic effects on the planet Earth. The new star in Earth's skies is so bright that, for a period of about a year, no night falls on the northern hemisphere, explaining - among other phenomena - the disappearance of the dinosaurs. Very quickly, the supernova becomes a neutron star; its light dies as it is trapped by the star's immense gravitational fields, and, at a speed of thirty kilometers per second, the star begins to move toward the solar system. Further catastrophic results for life ensue when the cloud of gas from the original explosion of the ...
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169. The Science of Catastrophic Events [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... pools. Floods and natural disasters seem to be on the increase everywhere and are no longer just a "Third World" problem. The fear of climatic disturbances are the source of regular international conferences, and it is seriously suggested that the U.S . military shoot down plummeting comets before they destroy civilization, as they once destroyed the dinosaurs. Milne provides a contemporary look at catastrophism in its scientific and in its disastrous earth-shattering sense. Within one volume a wide range of up-to-date scientific facts and concepts are examined. Milne gives readers interested in scientific controversies, contemporary affairs and environmental issues an important document that chronicles the end of a turbulent and disturbing 2,000 years. ...
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170. S.I.S Review Vol. VII PART A: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Appendix to my Articles on Hatshepsut and Thutmose III 29 Dr John Bimson: On Dayton and Dating - with a reply by John Dayton 31 Jill Abery: The Domestication of Cattle : Interdisciplinary Evidence for Catastrophism - with a comment from Dr Bernard Newgrosh 33 Briefings: René Gallant: A Pioneer of Modern Catastrophism 3 Iridium and the Extinction of the Dinosaurs 17 Velikovsky and Egyptology 30 Back Issues: Full Listings back cover Back cover Bookshelf: Brian Moore reviews The Cosmic Heretics by Alfred de Grazia 35 Letters: from Eric Crew, Professor Archie Roy and Dr William Stiebing 36 This issue is dedicated to the memory of René Gallant (see pp. 2-3) Cover illustration - Imaginative depiction of ...
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