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101. Stories of Radioactivity and Mutations [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... accompanied each episode and which left no apparent geological trace. The term could cover the full range of electromagnetic radiation, beginning with heat, and could also include any type of short lived radioactive radiation. But the lack of geological trace does not mean that there is only supposition for proof of radiation. Velikovsky has adequately argued his ideas on evolution from the geological and palaeontological viewpoints [2 ]. However, he did not choose to place a strong emphasis on evolution in his first major work [3 ], which was from the viewpoint of the ancient, human written record. It is from this area which I believe he derived his greatest strength and from which proof, ...
102. On Ecological Niches in Evolution [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1990 No 1 (June 1990) Home | Issue Contents FORUM On Ecological Niches in Evolution David Salkeld questions: Upon reading Trevor Palmer's letter (Workshop 1989:2 , p.33) I was confronted with some small problems. Firstly, I confess to continued bafflement as to how new ecological niches' explain the origin of one or more species. Part of my problem doubtless lies with my lack of expertise in the subject. When Trevor writes that Darwin envisaged that natural selection worked most effectively where all ecological niches were filled', what does most effectively' mean? As Trevor goes on to show, the conditions for origination ...
103. The Mammoths, Prologue Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... this Klimasturz has not been explained. In this catastrophic change of climate and under mysterious circumstances, all the mammoths of Siberia perished. The mammoth belonged to the family of elephants. Its tusks were sometimes as much as ten feet long. Its teeth were highly developed and their "density" was greater than in any other stage in the evolution of the elephants; apparently they did not succumb in the struggle for survival as an unfit product of evolution. The extinction of the mammoth is thought to have coincided with the end of the last glacial period. Tusks of mammoths have been found in large numbers in north-east Siberia; this well-preserved ivory has been an object of export to ...
104. Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky [Books]
... bizarre, that would render all these stories both mutually consistent and true. Most scientists would do exactly the opposite in using the limits of physical possibility . . . . Velikovsky then sought to . . . generalize his physics by extending it throughout geological time." (65) One asks: How did Charles Darwin formulate his theory of evolution as delineated in his Origin of Species? Darwin's theory was based on certain assumptions that ran counter to the scientific evidence of his day. He based his theory on the evidence of the fossil record, breeding experiments, the age of the Earth and the nature of heredity, although he derived his concepts from other areas of research. ...
105. The Velikovskian [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... co.uk/velikovskian/ Vol. IV, No. 1 (1998): Ocean Sediments, Circumpolar Muck, Erratics, Buried Forests, and Loess as Evidence of Global Floods, by Charles Ginenthal. The Oceans; Artic Muck; Erratics; Buried Forests; Vol. IV, No. 2. (1998): Metamorphic Evolution, Charles Ginenthal; Shattering the Myths of Darwinism, by Richard Milton; Reviewed by Roger W. Wescott; The Relevance of the Velikovksy Scenario to the Homeric Question, Hugo Meynell; Reviewing Velikovsky's Venus and Mars Theories, Donald W. Patten; A Tale of Two Venuses, C. Ginenthal; A Victory for Mars, Lynn ...
106. Whimsical Aspects of Scientific Theory [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No. 1 (June 1976) Home | Issue Contents Whimsical Aspects of Scientific Theory Norman MacBeth Springfield, Vermont, U. S. A. My training was in law rather than biology, but around 1960 I began to study Darwinian evolution theory and since that time I have read about three hundred pounds of biological literature. The bulk of this concerned plants and animals, but a good deal of it dealt with theory, with the proper formulation of and attitude toward theory. I found some strange and puzzling things that one would never have expected among sober scientists. Here are some of the most striking. 1. Best-in-field is good ...
107. Origin And Evolution Of Solar Systems [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... From: The Velikovskian Vol 4 No 3 (1999) Home | Issue Contents Origin And Evolution Of Solar Systems Charles Ginenthal John S. Lewis, writing in 1990, fully admits after reviewing the various models to explain the solar system, "The study of the origin and evolution of the solar system, is still in its infancy."282 As had been expected, with all the exploration of the solar system, convergence upon one theory was expected. Carl Sagan also admits that the problem of solar system formation "remains largely unresolved."283 R. S. Lewis, citing Don L. Anderson of the California Institute of Technology, was also (after ...
108. William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... is the very low likelihood of their being captured by the solar system." (10) How low is that probability? According to M. E. Bailey, S. V. M. Clube and W. M. Napier, A. J. J. Van Woerkom concentrated on determining the effect of Jupiter's perturbations on the evolution of long- and short-period comets. First he confirmed that a typical long-period or near-parabolic orbit was extremely unlikely to experience a sufficiently close planetary encounter to lead directly to capture into a short-period orbit. The probability may be compared with the chance of bringing down a bird by firing a random shot at the sky. (11) Jupiter ...
109. Index of Authors
... , Twilight of the Gods (Review) Barry Frank, Response to Ezra/Nehemiah Review Article Barry Page, Assyria, Karduniash, Babylon: A Rational chronology Benjamin A. Bosher, An Evaluation of the Practical Operation of the Stonehenge Calendar Bennison Gray, Alternatives in Science: The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson Bennison Gray, The Science of Evolution (Concluded) Bennison Gray, The Science of Evolution (Part I) Benny J Peiser, The Impact of Impact! Notes on the implications and the reception of IMPACT! The Threat of Comets and Asteroids by Gerrit Verschuur Benny J. Peiser, The Homeric Question Benny Josef Peiser, Catastrophism and Anthropology Benny Peiser, Greek History Begins ...
110. Bombarded Earth by René Gallant [Books]
... Bombarded Earth by René Gallant First published 1964 by John Baker Publishers Ltd 5 Royal Opera Arcade, London, S.W .1 . Bombarded Earth By René Gallant CONTENTS Introduction Foreword by Prof. Theodore Monod Author's Preface PART I Slow Evolution And Its Problems Chapter 1: The Geological History of the Earth Chapter 2: Palaeontology and Evolution Chapter 3: A Few Question Marks PART II A working hypothesis: The theory of impact.Chapter 1: The Science of Meteoritics Stones of Heaven The Battle of the Barringer Crater New Methods of Investigation The Lunar Craters The Discovery of Fossil Meteoritic Craters Chapter 2: Cosmic Catastrophes Frequency of Giant Meteorite Falls The Siberian Meteorite of 1908 The Krakatoa ...
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