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161. Evidence of Planet Orbiting A Pair of Stars [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... . "To find evidence of a planet orbiting a pair of stars means there could be more planetary systems than we previously thought." Astronomers have detected only about 20 planets outside our solar system, all orbiting single stars, although some of those stars are in binary systems. Gravitational lensing is based on a property first noted by Albert Einstein in the 1930s. When an object such as a star or planet moves in front of a more distant star, the gravity of this star or planet serves as a "lens," magnifying the light from the distant star and making it appear brighter. The Microlensing Planet Search astronomers analyzed data from such an event that occurred in ...
162. Book Section [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the initial catastrophe in the sequence which Velikovsky has reconstructed. A near collision between Jupiter and Saturn lead to the disruption of Saturn. The absorption of material from Saturn rendered Jupiter unstable and lead to the fission from Jupiter of the proto-planet Venus. IN PREPARATION VELIKOVSKY, I. ' Before the Day Breaketh ' No date Describes the attitude of Einstein towards Velikovsky's work. The contested point was as to whether electrical and magnetic fields and forces play any role in the Celestial sphere and generally in celestial mechanics. ' Mankind in Amnesia Shortly to be presented to publisher. The Test of Time Shortly to be presented to publisher. PUBLISHED PAPERS VELIKOVSKY, I. Theses for the Reconstruction of ...
163. Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... .com/~dwpatten/index.html Donald Pattern's Pacific Meridian Publishing Company now has it's own Web site and book list, including a number of titles available for viewing on-screen for free. Books Author Title Binding $ U.S . David F. Fasold The Ark of Noah spiral 18.95 Ronald R. Hatch Escape From Einstein 28.00 C. Warren Hunt Environment of Violence 30.00 Expanding Geospheres 48.00 Donald W. Patten The Biblical Flood & Ice Epoch spiral 15.00 The Long Day of Joshua spiral 15.00 Catastrophism & the Old paper 14.95 Testament cloth 19.95 Patten & Windsor The Recent Organization of The Solar ...
164. Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science [Books]
... [ CD-Rom Home ] Immanuel Velikovsky's Jewish Science A Biography by Duane Vorhees Published by MIKAMAR PUBLISHING firstname.lastname@example.org 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 ...
165. Don't Rock The Ark [Journals] [Kronos]
... by Harvey O. Olney and the letters, quips, and quotes along similar lines which preceded it have, at last, gotten to me. These sorts of letters appeal to "common sense" to support the Creationist position, but "common sense" is possibly the least reliable guide to understanding science. (I think it was Einstein who remarked somewhere that common sense is "that collection of prejudices which one acquires up to age 18" or something to that effect.) That's why it takes 10 years of school and work to train a reasonably competent chemist. However, I can make you a Creationist in 10 seconds: Repeat after me, "God made ...
166. The Age of Velikovsky [Books]
... the University of Moscow. Dr. Velikovsky then traveled to Berlin where he and Professor Heinrich Loewe founded and published Scripta Universitatis, conceived as a cornerstone for what would become Hebrew University at Jerusalem. The journal contained contributions from outstanding Jewish scholars in many countries. The articles were published in the authors' native languages and in Hebrew. Albert Einstein edited the mathematical-physical volume of Scripta Universitatis. In 1923, Dr. Velikovsky married Elisheva Kramer, an accomplished violinist from Hamburg. That year they moved to Palestine, and he began medical practice. He was a general practitioner and after studying in Vienna under a student of Freud's, Dr. Velikovsky began practicing psychoanalysis. In 1930, ...
167. News C&C Review 2001:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... issues of C&CR. Workshop: Fifty years after Velikovsky's Worlds in Collision - classical and new scenarios on evolution of solar system Bergamo (Italy), October 20 and 21, 2001 Speakers include: Prof. Emilio Spedicato; Prof. Federico Di Trocchio: Velikovsky as a rejected genius'; Dr. Shulamit Velikovsky: Velikovsky and Einstein: facts and personal recollections'; Dr. Jan Sammer: The Velikovsky website and his unpublished monographs'; Amy de Grazia: A Final Memoir' by Alfred de Grazia and Immanuel Velikovsky; Prof. Alfred de Grazia: Before Velikovsky's worlds in collision: the Solaria Binaria scenario'; Prof. Laurence Dixon: On the agreement ...
168. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... this would take more space than we have available but I hope that this brief review of some ideas in circulation will whet the appetites of those who are interested and prepared to look further. What is extraordinary and fascinating in this debate is that all but a very small number of physicists and mathematicians apparently refuse to contemplate even the possibility that Einstein might not, after all, have delivered the Final Solution to one of the Universe's Ultimate Questions - to the extent that discussion of contrary evidence and alternative theories has become almost a taboo subject in the mainstream scientific press. In next issue we hope to return to this with discussion of the work of two writers who argue for a ...
169. Stargazers and Gravediggers by Immanuel Velikovsky [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... LET THEM THROW THE BRICK" 259 A LETTER FROM AN EGYPTOLOGIST 263 A BOY FROM TEXAS 265 THE "HERCULEAN LABOR" OF CECILIA GAPOSCHKIN 268 "EXAMINE ALL THE EVIDENCE YOURSELF AT FIRST HAND" 277 CAN ONE BURN AT TWO STAKES? 280 "NEARER THE GODS NO MORTAL MAY APPROACH" 283 BEFORE THE CHAIR OF JUPITER 287 EVENINGS WITH EINSTEIN 289 JOVE'S THUNDERBOLTS 293 IN KEPLER'S COMPANY 296 EARTH IN UPHEAVAL 304 PHYSICIST, HISTORIAN, AND CRITIC CONVERSE 307 MASTER OF INNUENDO 311 MASTER OF FlELDWORK: COME SEE FOR YOURSELF 318 MONA LISA AND THE ANTARCTIC 323 ONLY A STONE'S THROW FROM MACMILLAN 327 I CLEAR MY DESK 330 EPILOGUE 332 INDEX 339 ...
170. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Review]
... all points on the Earth. Vladimir Voeikov, a colleague of Shnoll, comments in the Spring 2000 issue of 21st Century: "Shnoll's work shows that time is heterogeneous. It is not a Newtonian time. Each moment in time is different from another, and this can be seen in any physical process that you study." Albert Einstein, who rejected claims by Niels Bohr and others that the fundamental microphysical processes are essentially, irreducibly random in character, liked to say that "God does not play dice." Einstein and others pointed to the arbitrary nature of Bohr's argument: Just because physicists in Bohr's time could not penetrate beyond the apparent randomness of radioactive decay and ...
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