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111. My Challenge to Conventional Views in Science [Journals] [Kronos]
... still in the pre-Faraday age, not even in the time of kerosene lamps, but of candles and oil. It was, of course, known since Gilbert that the Earth is a magnet, and G. E. Hale discovered that solar spots are magnetic and that the Sun possesses a general magnetic field. But this did not keep Einstein, a few years later, from accounting for the Mercurial precession by a new principle instead of first eliminating the effect of the newly discovered solar magnetic field on Mercury's movement. I claimed the existence of a magnetosphere above the terrestrial ionosphere- it was discovered by Van Allen in 1958; I claimed that this magnetosphere reaches as far as the ...
112. The Importance of Outsiders in Science [Journals] [SIS Review]
... first photographic film roll to prove practicable and in 1888 perfected the Kodak camera, the first designed specifically for roll film. A year later he produced the first commercially available nitrocellulose roll films, later replaced by nonflammable cellulose acetate film. 5. The 20th Century 20th Century Outsiders Invention Name occupation Safety razor King Gillette travelling salesman Relativity theory Albert Einstein patents clerk Electronic TV Philo Farnsworth self-taught inventor Jet engine Frank Whittle aeroplane pilot Rockets K.E . Ziolhovasky & Hermann Oberth schoolteacher & student Photocopier Chester Carlson Lawyer Oil refinery Eugene Houdry racing driver Ball-point pen Ladislav Biro writer, sculptor & artist Gyrocompass Hermann Anschutz-Kaempfe art historian Hovercraft Christopher Cockerell electronics engineer Colour film Leo Godowsky & Leopold Mannes concert ...
113. Appendix: Measurements Of The Electromagnetic Properties Of "space" [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... sec-1 These symbols represent, in order, the universal gravitational constant, the ratio of unit charge (in emu) to mass of the hydrogen atom, the mass of the hydrogen atom, the mass of the electron, the mass of the proton, the mass of the mu meson, Eddington's reference mass, Eddington's particle count, the Einstein universe radius, the in vacuo velocity of electromagnetic waves, a practical value of pi, Planck's constant, and the unit electronic charge. The mechanical equivalent of esu (the electrostatic unit) is shown, to establish dimensional sense. Whenever two masses, here M, and M2, attract one another, Eddington's equation correctly shows the ...
114. Velikovsky and His Heroes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... as Isaiah had done, in judgement of the past, to dwarf the terrors of the present. Velikovsky was not alone in such an emotional reaction against the resurgent power of the Third Reich. Back in the summer of 1932, even before Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, we have from his biographer  the picture of Albert Einstein entertained in Oxford after his escape from the increasingly oppressive atmosphere of the dying Weimar Republic, walking round the main quadrangle of Christchurch College by night, looking up to the stars wrapped in happiness and muttering to himself, in German: "After all, this is only a little world." Like Velikovsky, with whom he was ...
... they see the same thing . . . reports of the Loch Ness Monster provide an instance. In the case of the flying saucers, something similar seems to have occurred. . . ." We have been told that "it is surprisingly easy to be certain in the majority of cases that one is not withholding recognition from a second Einstein" [34o]; that we can "conclude with an unusually high degree of safety that Velikovsky's theories are pseudoscientific nonsense . . ." . An astronomer assured us of his infallibility in this respect: "the library .. . has a shelf .. . reserved for the screwball fringe of science. . ...
116. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... wine and intercourse, a peculiarity she shares with other virginal goddess figures. Kali could, however, vary in colour from white to red, yellow (pale) and black - the exact colours of the four horsemen of the apocalypse', as recorded in Revelations Chapter 6. Fascinating. Phillip Clapham, Hazlemere, High Wycombe, Bucks Einstein and Relativity Dear Sir, In reply to Mr. Mongold's letter in Workshop 1992:1 , I am sorry if my reply to his earlier letter was not clear. It is, of course, an involved subject and I, like he, have found many irreconcilable statements from various authors. From an editorial note alongside my previous ...
117. Thoth Vol VII, No 2: Mar 15, 2003 [Journals] [Thoth]
... overcome the weak force of gravity. The reason for such an approach is that we do not understand gravity. When we finally understand it, it is likely that we will find much gentler means of leaving the Earth and returning. Until that time, manned space travel will remain ridiculously expensive and hazardous. But wait a minute, didn't Einstein give us our understanding of gravity? No. The physicist, Herman Bondi, put it most succinctly "Wherever gravitation can be seen in action, it is well described by the theory, but its logical contact with the rest of physics is dubious." Bondi also asked a crucial question, "if it [gravitation] is ...
118. Items On Planetary Catastrophism [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1993 No 2 (Jan 1994) Home | Issue Contents ADVERTISEMENT Publisher's Book List Items On Planetary Catastrophism VIDEO The Discovery of Noah's Ark (54 mins.) $36 00 (US) $46 00 (PAL) BOOKS Ronald R. Hatch Escape from Einstein $28 00 C. Warren Hunt Environment of Violence $30 00 Expanding Geospheres $48 00 David F. Fasold The Ark of Noah $18 95 Donald W. Patten The Biblical Flood & Ice Epoch $15 00 The Long Day of Joshua $15 00 Catastrophism & The Old Testament $14 95(paper) $19 95(cloth) PUBLISHED ESSAYS Samuel ...
119. Index of Titles
... the Hyksos Problem Egyptian Chronology - The Multiple Name Factor Egyptian Cosmology Egyptian Dynasties 20-21 - Tony Rees responds Egyptian Language Anomalies Egyptian Monumental Evidence Egyptian Monumental Evidence Egyptian Prince Moses, The Egyptian Treasures in Europe Egyptian World of Hieroglyphics, The Egyptologist's Electronic Forum, The Egyptology Home Page Eighth-Century Date for Merenptah, An Eighth-Century Date for Merenptah?, An Einstein and Relativity Einstein In Need Of Update? Einstein's Biggest Blunder Ejections, Resonances, and Inversions Ekron and Gath - The Location of the Interior Cities of the Philistines Reconsidered el-Amarna Letters and the New Chronology, The el-Amarna Letters, The El-Amarna Excursuses El-Amarna Letters and the Ancient Records of Assyria and Babylonia, The El-Arish Revisited El-Hiba Revisited Electric Currents ...
120. On the Recent Discoveries Concerning Jupiter and Venus [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the sun and the stars. I suggest that this be investigated. ' Soon after that date, the text of the lecture was deposited with each of us [it is printed as supplement to Velikovsky's Earth in Upheaval (Doubleday, 1955)]. Eight months later, in June 1954, Velikovsky, in a letter, requested Albert Einstein to use his influence to have Jupiter surveyed for radio emission. The letter, with Einstein's marginal notes commenting on this proposal, is before us. Ten more months passed, and on April 5, 1955, B. F. Burke and K. L. Franklin of the Carnegie Institution announced the chance detection of strong radio signals ...
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