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... CD-Rom Home Introduction The Jewish Science of Immanuel Velikovsky Russian Exodus Palestine at Last Stekel Introgenesis Before Worlds Collide Left Wing McCarthyism Opinion Divided Einstein and Carbon-14 The Late 1950s The Conversion of de Grazia Five Years Countdown to Confrontation Velikovsky's Challenge Bibliography Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science Countdown to Confrontation Just after Velikovsky's triumphal entry into Cambridge, Henry Zemel's one-hour documentary, Velikovsky: The Bonds of the Past, aired on the Canadian national television network. On March 20, Velikovsky spoke at Buffalo State College and on March 22 at the nearby McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. On March 24, Frederic B. Jueneman, an admirer of Velikovsky who mentioned him occasionally in his column in Industrial Research ( ...
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... and then said he hadn't the equipment to seek. A scientist here and a scientist there was impressed by the confirming happenstances, and, like geologist Hess and Physicist Bargmann of Princeton and astronomer Motz of Columbia, urged that in view of these confirmations, Velikovsky's other conclusions should be reexamined without prejudice. To this I should add that Albert Einstein, who often saw Velikovsky in Princeton, had read and re-read his work, and continued as firmly pro-Newton as Shapley, but with the open mind of the authentic scientist. A few days before his untimely death in 1955, he offered (after learning that, as Velikovsky had predicted, radio noises from Jupiter were unexpectedly recorded) ...
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... or Copernicus . . ." [9 ~K ]; "the initial rejection of Velikovsky's ideas . . . reminded some observers of Galileo's persecution at the hands of the Inquisition. But, unlike Galileo, Velikovsky would not recant his view under pressure . . ." [~ ~] ; "one of the biggest arguments since Einstein" [8o]; "he got encouragement from Albert Einstein" [66]. Antiscience Many people have pointed to a widespread distrust of, even hostility toward, science and scientists. It does appear that some of the support for Velikovsky came from individuals who were ready and eager to attack the scientific community (or, as ...
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... steadfastly to the doctrine that all planetary motions must be explained by combinations of circular movements (as taught by Plato, Aristotle, Ptolemy) and he rejected the theory of elliptical orbits advanced by Kepler. Varying degrees of orthodoxy prevent scientists from accepting the "logical" consequences of their own discoveries, e.g ., Planck and the Einstein theory of photons, Dalton and Avogadro's hypothesis, Baer and the theory of evolution. Two general conclusions may be noted. (1 ) It is difficult to tell at any given time whether or not any given unorthodoxy actually may contain seeds for further scientific progress. One of the reasons for rejecting Velikovsky is that his ideas imply a ...
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95. The Empire Strikes Back [Books] [de Grazia books]
... as a knowledgeable scientist, aside from "who is a scientist besides the self-elect," Bauer underestimates Velikovsky totally. Let him ask Burgstahler (chemist), Motz (astrophysicist), someone like myself who knew Hess (geology), Hadas (linguistics), Lasswell (psychiatric psychologist), Cyrus Gordon (Near East Studies), Einstein (physics), Juergens (electricity), et al. Every last one will or would say that Velikovsky is not only a good scientist, but an imaginative one, and at home in a number of fields. I wonder why Bauer did not take the step to include himself in this group by interviewing the subject of his ...
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... there is due to solar radiation. 15 RADIO NOISE However, Velikovsky maintained that Jupiter must be more active than accepted theories would lead one to believe and that, indeed, the giant planet would be found to be emitting radio noise. Both of these characteristics of Jupiter have been confirmed. Radio noise from Jupiter is a subject about which Einstein and Velikovsky had many discussions. Einstein was convinced that space must be free of magnetic fields and that there would thus be no reason for Jupiter emit radio waves. Most astronomers shared this point, and no attempt was made to examine the possibility of radio noise from Jupiter. However, in 1955, Burke and Franklin discovered radio noise ...
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97. Big and Little Science [Articles]
... new," and second, by the pre-existent mental constructs of the observer, which influence how the data is interpreted. That is why Jeans says that the attributes we give to physical objects are "mere articles of clothing...draped over the mathematical symbols; they did not belong to the world of reality," while to Einstein "Time and space are modes by which we think and not conditions in which we live." Scientific theory is therefore neither absolute nor correct, but a compromise which "shows us something about reality in the only way we can get at reality." Similarly, David Bohm speaks of energy streaming from both the observer and the ...
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98. Afterword [Books]
... the magnetic field of Jupiter without being affected by it. Thousands have heard me lecture, yet I have never seen one arm raised, whether I spoke at Harvard, Princeton, or NASA. In 1950 my claim that electric and magnetic forces acted in the cosmos was considered my greatest offense. Even before Worlds in Collision was published, Einstein warned me that the importance I placed upon electricity and magnetism in cosmic problems would be violently attacked by other scientists. But I stood my ground. Especially it appeared to me that sun-grazing comets are carried around the Sun by electric and magnetic forces in preference to gravitational forces. This is, of course, not yet proven. Other ...
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99. A Holographic World [Journals] [Kronos]
... time and space. The brain is a hologram, interpreting a holographic universe.... It is appropriate that this radical, satisfying paradigm has emerged from Pribram, a brain researcher-neurosurgeon who was a friend of the western Zen teacher Alan Watts. . . and Bohm, a theoretical physicist, close friend of Krishnamurti and former associate of Einstein." The chapter also discusses biofeedback, the punctuated equilibrium theory of neo-Darwinian evolution, the possible meaning of Bell's theorem for psychic phenomena research, and Ilya Prigogine's theory of dissipative structures. Prigogine, a Belgian physical chemist, won the 1977 Nobel prize in chemistry for this work explaining irreversible processes- the movement toward higher and higher orders ...
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... Velikovsky is of Jewish heritage, born in Russia in 1895. He began the study of medicine before the First World War, receiving his medical degree from the University of Moscow in 1921. The next year he moved to Germany where he founded and was general editor of the Scripta Universitatis series of monographs by eminent Jewish scientists worldwide. Albert Einstein became the editor of the mathematical-physical section and contributed an article himself. In 1923 Velikovsky settled in Palestine where he practiced medicine and psychoanalysis. He wrote a number of papers in these fields, some of which appeared in Sigmund Freud's journal, Imago. Velikovsky also corresponded with Freud from time to time. One of the papers of these ...
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