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171. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to the Siberian and Alaskan muck deposits, or drew the obvious conclusion that this aggregation of material indicated a catastrophic wipe out. CRETACEOUS CATASTROPHE GETS WORSE (The New York Times 5.11.02. and Connecticut Post 29.8 .02.) Evidence is coming in that it wasn't just the Mexican impact which saw off the dinosaurs, but it could have been the result of multiple impacts. The Mexican impact itself was probably implicated not only with causing fires over America, but also triggering massive earthquakes and landslides more than 1,000 miles from the impact site. CATASTROPHIC HUMAN EVOLUTION (Scientific American, July 2002, p. 74) It now appears to ...
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172. Life Extinctions by Cosmic Ray Jets [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Physics News Update The American Institute of Physics Bulletin of Physics News Number 379 June 25, 1998 by Phillip F. Schewe and Ben Stein, Life Extinctions by Cosmic Ray Jets. Several reasons have been put forward to explain past periods of mass extinction on the Earth. An asteroid, for example, is thought to have killed off the dinosaurs in the Cretaceous/Tertiary era 60 million years ago. A new theory by physicists at the Technion in Israel suggests that jets of cosmic rays coming from the collapse of neutron stars or the merger of two such stars could initiate a lethal batch of muons in our atmosphere. They argue that the ensuing ionizing radiation might have affected the ...
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173. Predicting the Past [Journals] [Aeon]
... scholars 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. 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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174. Aeon Volume V, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... aimed at resolving the problem are also offered for consideration. PAGE 96. The Book Shelf Book reviews by Frederic B. Jueneman: PAGE 102 The Mars Mystery: The Secret Connection Between Earth and the Red Planet by Graham Hancock New Insights to Antiquity: A Drawing Aside of the Veil by Richard Petersen New Flashes- by Tania ta Maria Dinosaurs Grow Ever Bigger Scorpion Fossils: An Enigma The Final Destruction of Nineveh The Berekhat Ram "Venus" Advertisements SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Review 1998:1 . PAGE 10 SIS Internet Digest 1998:1 . PAGE 20 Aeon Volume V, Number 3 CONTRIBUTORS Frederic Jueneman is a consulting industrial analytical chemist, who has served as an Associate Editor ...
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175. Aeon Volume VI, Number 1: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... view. Page 75 Thundergods and Thunderbolts by Ev Cochrane A study of the roles played by thundergods and their celestial weapons in world mythology and how these can best be understood in relation to the Saturn thesis. Page 95 In Memoriam: Roger Williams Wescott New Flashes- by Tania ta Maria Pyramids Getting Younger PAGE 8 Transcontinental Contact PAGE 27 Feathered Dinosaurs and a Feathered Hoax PAGE 45 The Demise of the Mammoth: Conflicting Theories PAGE 73 Advertisements SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Review 2000:1 . PAGE 28 SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 . PAGE 46 Intersect 2001- A World Conference. PAGE 74 Anniversary Workshop: Fifty Years After Velikovsky's World in Collision. PAGE 94 Aeon Volume V, ...
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176. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 19th century attempt to reconcile some uncomfortable facts of the fossil record with religious belief and in 1987 Stanley described it as an outmoded belief'. Yet today it is accepted that the Earth's surface is scarred by impact and a huge submerged crater in Yucatan is thought to be the site of the impact believed to have hastened the end of the dinosaurs. In an impressive multi-media presentation, Professor Palmer charted this extraordinary turnaround in thinking and discussed its implications for evolutionary theory. Remembering the End of the World' A new video with this title has just been released by Kronia Communications as the first in their Mythscape series. Remembering the End of the World features David Talbott and provides a ...
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177. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Early Chinese? .. 8 Abrupt Climate Change & the Rise and Fall of An Andean Civilisation .. 8 The Power of the Bull 8 Meteorobs - Amateur Meteor Observation Network .. 8 International Conference "90-th Anniversary of the Tunguska Problem" .. 8 Catastrophic End of the Norse Culture in Greenland 9 More Evidence Points to Impact As Dinosaur Killer 9 Worknotes on the Joshua Impact Event .. 9 Oldest Astronomical Monument Rivals Stonehenge .. 10 Planetary Differences in Impact Melting .. 11 Proceedings of the 1997 Tunguska Workshop .. 11 "Deep Impact" Actor Tells it All .. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired Aboriginal Legend .. 11 Oceanic Impact may have Inspired ( ...
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... that the supporters of the Pleistocene hit men' theory persist in ignoring all the evidence of the Alaska muck deposits, filled with the bones of these animals, because they do not want to accept a possible world wide flood. Many Indian traditions indicate that most tribes lived while the megafauna fauna were still around and these may even have included dinosaurs. The animals were wiped out in the same great disaster which decimated the Indians' early ancestors. If one accepts the arguments that much radiometric dating is seriously flawed then these tales are not as fantastic as would first appear, and if one still reaches incredulity point then the possibility that the history of earthly events has become interwoven with ...
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179. C&C Workshop 1987, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Find * Another New Date for Exodus * Frog in Amber * Underwater Impact Crater * Sudden End for Hadrosaurs * Ugarit - Any Developments? * Catastrophic Geology Yet? * Novel Mountain Building Theory * Ice Core Errors * Imagination in Physics * Long Hibernation * Search for Homer's Ithaca * Pot Magnetism Record * Cosmic Electricity - Still Neglected * Another Dinosaur Nemesis' Theory * Halley's Nucleus * Cratering by Comets * Oxygen Enrichment of Atmosphere? * Earth's Heat Problem * Meteorites from Mars * Gold on Petroleum * From Gold to Velikovsky * Arp Affair 25 LETTERS from David Salkeld, Peter McIlmoyle, Jill Abery, Ragnar Forshufvud, Anthony Chavasse, Hugh Crosswaite, Michael G. Reade, Derek ...
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180. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... be associated with a smaller Earth radius; Canuto, however, argues that a larger G in the past implies a larger Earth radius. The converse of this prediction is worth thinking about, namely a smaller G being compatible with a smaller Earth radius. Dr Velikovsky has postulated a smaller G, for example, during the Age of the Dinosaurs. - NATURE 30/4 /81, p. 739-43 Mammoth Prejudice Two readers, C. W. Ikin and D. A. Parry, have reported to us some of Adrian Berry's writing on the subject of elephants and mammoths. He wrote: "A vast amount of nonsense has been talked about the extinction of the ...
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