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... the Earth and- GOLDSMITH: is there any particular question that the panel should consider on this? Right. BURKHARDT: Well, the main thing is, I'd like to propose that if there's anyone interested in really sitting down and working on some of these theories, instead of trying to refute everyone else- I like to think that Einstein was one of the bravest thinkers of our time, and that the reason he was- [applause] GOLDSMITH: He wasn't bad, but- PANELIST: Call him who? BURKHARDT:- the reason he was is because he didn't keep his mind locked in a little box, that he dared to get out of that box ...
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... ROBERT W.: CAN WORLDS COLLIDE? BASS, ROBERT W.: THE JUPITER EFFECT: The Planets as Triggers of Devastating Earthquakes by John Gribbin and Stephen Plagemann Bauer, Henry H.: The Velikovsky Affair Beal, Alasdair N.: A Bit Creaky? - Tree Rings, Radiocarbon and Ancient History Beal, Alasdair N.: Einstein and Relativity Beal, Alasdair: How Old is Greenland's Ice Cap? Beal, Alasdair: Lies, Damned Lies and .. .. Beal, Alasdair: Relativity Corner Beggs, Allan: Exploring The Saturn Myth Beggs, Allan: Fomenko is right! Bethell, Tom: DARWIN'S UNFALSIFIABLE THEORY Bietak, Prof Manfred: ISIS Fellowship Lecture ...
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133. Immanuel Velikovsky: A Short Biography [Journals] [Pensee]
... and taking premedical courses at the University of Edinburgh. Having returned to Russia before the outbreak of World War I, Velikovsky enrolled in the University of Moscow, and received a medical degree in 1921. Then he left Russia for Berlin, where he married Elisheva Kramer, a young violinist. He edited the Scripta Universitatis, for which Albert Einstein prepared the mathematical-physical section. From 1924 to 1939 Velikovsky lived in Palestine, practicing psychoanalysis- he had studied under Freud's pupil, Wilhelm Stekel in Vienna- and editing Scripta Academica Hierosolymitana. In 1930 he published the first paper to suggest epileptics are characterized by pathological encephalograms. Some of his writings appeared in Freud's Imago. After reading Moses and Monotheism ...
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134. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... admitting that Velikovsky attempts to answer certain legitimate questions such as the similarities among myths of widely separated peoples, Leveson accuses him of carefully selecting the evidence to support his theories (p . 155, 158). He relegates both Charles Hapgood and Velikovsky to "the literature of fantasy" (p . 160); from the fact that Einstein "was taken with the ideas of both these men", he concludes that "even genius must be suspect outside its own field" (p . 159). I did not become interested in Velikovsky through reading Leveson. The second time I read about Velikovsky was in 1973, in Norman MacBeth's Darwin Retried (1971: Dell ...
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135. Fifty years after Velikovsky's "Worlds in Collision" [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... scenarios on evolution of solar system. A workshop in Bergamo, Italy. October 20 and 21 , 2001 Program Saturday 20th, morning: Prof. Emilio Spedicato, Un. Bergamo: Introduction to the workshop Prof. Federico Di Trocchio, Un. di Lecce: Velikovsky as a rejected genius Dr. Shulamit Velikovsky, Israel: Velikovsky and Einstein: facts and personal recollections Dr. Jan Sammer, Prague: The Velikovsky website and his unpublished monographs Alfred De Grazia and Immanuel Velikovsky (presented by Amy De Grazia, Princeton-Angouleme-Naxos) A final memoir, November 14th, 1979 Afternoon: Prof. Alfred De Grazia, Princeton, Angouleme and Naxos: Before Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision: the ...
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136. The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2001:2 (Sep 2001) Home | Issue Contents The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works WAL THORNHILL reminded us that Einstein felt that there was a lack of completeness with quantum mechanics. A holistic approach to the Electric Universe is (a ) Hierarchical (b ) the source of the electric power is currently beyond detectors (c ) is a common simple electric model (d ) Stars are not isolated in their environment (e ) Weather systems on stars and planets have an electrical input. Space plasma can be neutral or charged, and have electric currents and magnetic fields. They form filaments that radiate energy. Kristian Birkeland placed ...
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... 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 5 April 1955 B. F. Burke and K. L. Franklin of the Carnegie Institution announced the chance detection of strong radio signals emanating from ...
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138. A Short Biography of Immanuel Velikvosky [Journals] [SIS Review]
... went to Palestine. Velikovsky, however, travelled to Berlin in hopes of helping to establish a Jewish University. Together with Dr. Heinrich Loewe, a noted German Jewish scholar, he published the Scripta Universitatis, a series of volumes containing articles by outstanding Jewish scholars throughout the world. The mathematical-physical section of the publication was edited by Albert Einstein. One of the earlier encouragers of the Scripta, Chaim Weizmann, a well-known scientist, President of the World Zionist Organization, and later first President of Israel, asked Velikovsky to organize the Hebrew University in Palestine; but he declined. In Berlin, Velikovsky met and married Elisheva Kramer; and together they journeyed to Palestine in 1924 ...
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... 9 The Identification of the Biblical "Queen of Sheba" with Hatshepsut, "Queen of Egypt and Ethiopia" (Part III) Eva Danelius 25 Paleo-Calcinology: Destruction by Fire in Pre-historic and Ancient Times Part I Alfred de Grazia 37 The Catastrophic Substructure of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra (Part II) Irving Wolfe 55 The Personal Tragedy of Albert Einstein H. C. Dudley 68 The Origins of Modern Geological Theory George Grinnell 77 The Problem of the Frozen Mammoths Dwardu Cardona 86 Velikovsky and the Heat of Venus Ralph E. Juergens 93 The Jupiter Effect: Two Reviews Robert W. Bass, Robert M. Wood 98 For the Record 98 Cataclysmic Evolution 110 The Origami of the Species ...
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140. Velikovsky: The Open Minded Approach [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , Velikovsky was universally branded a crank. Until the Space Age. Because, you see, in a very uncranklike manner (he had, after all, been the founding editor of the Scripta Universitata Hierosolymitany - the published proceedings' of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a pupil and colleague of Freud's, and a close friend of Albert Einstein), Velikovsky, in 1950, ended his Worlds in Collision' with an extensive series of specific predictions, developed from his reconstruction as to the conditions that should be found in space and on the other planets of the Solar System - predictions which differ radically from all the accepted guesses. IN EVERY CASE WHERE IT HAS BEEN POSSIBLE ...
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