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181. Victory of The Sun [Books] [de Grazia books]
... , 389-449. Baker, G. (1960), "The Present State of Knowledge of the Ageon-Earth' and the Age-of-Formation' of Australites," Nature (January 30). Baker, Howard B. (1932), The Atlantic Rift and Its Meaning, mimeograph, Detroit. (1954), The Earth Participates in the Evolution of the Solar System, Detroit Acad. Nat Sci. Ball, Robert S. (1906), The Cause of an Ice Age (3rd ed.), K. Paul, London. Bancroft, Hubert H. (1874-76), Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, D. Appleton and Co. ...
182. Earth in Upheaval by Immanuel Velikovsky [Books]
... End Of The Ice Age Chapter 11 Klimasturz: Klimasturz Tree Rings Lake Dwellings Dropped Ocean Level The North Sea Chapter 12 The Ruins Of The East: Crete Troy The Ruins Of The East Times And Dates Chapter 13 Collapsing Schemes: Geology And Archaeology Collapsing Schemes In Early Ages Coal Chapter 14 Extinction: Fossils Footprints The Caverns Extinction Chapter 15 Cataclysmic Evolution: Catastrophism And Evolution The Geological Record And Changing Forms Of Life The Mechanism Of Evolution Mutations And New Species Cataclysmic Evolution Chapter 16 The End: The End Supplement: Worlds in Collision' in the Light of Recent Finds in Archaeology, Geology, and Astronomy. (An Address Before The Graduate College Forum Of Princeton University On October 14 ...
183. Problems of Electricity in Astronomy [Journals] [SIS Review]
... but is it correct? To answer this, we must first take a long look at the next problem. The Psychological Problem IT IS DIFFICULT to persuade astronomers to comment on electrical characteristics. Look up the index in almost any book on astronomy, however recent, and you will rarely find the word "electricity" mentioned. In "Evolution of the Galaxies" by Vincent C Reddish (1967) "magnetic fields" are given 11 references, "electricity" none, although it does appear in one revealing statement about the bridges between galaxies: "It seems that strong non-gravitational forces are acting between such galaxies, although their nature is not known. It may be that ...
184. Authors Preface [Books]
... whether the world has evolved gradually, by imperceptible changes, as Lyell and Darwin propounded (and as the majority of scientists nowadays believe), whether it has progressed by leaps, under the impact of global catastrophes (as is thought by a minority), or whether perhaps the two theories are compatible, so that a process of slow evolution generally prevailed, periodically interrupted by world-wide cataclysmic events. These questions are the subject of this work. The learned world (within the limits of available knowledge) seems to have been divided throughout man's history into two parties: one which favoured global catastrophism and one that opposed it. Most philosophers of Antiquity believed that our planet experienced periodic ...
185. The Cosmic Double Helix [Journals] [Aeon]
... in the morphology of the caduceus and the winged disc. The visual prototype of these might, at one time, have looked like the letter Y, featuring two peaks at the summit and, at other times, featuring two spiraling serpents around its trunk. Various images in different cultures could have originated as commemorations of diverse stages in the evolution of the axis mundi. Surprisingly, Hoffmann himself came very close to this insight.  The "natural, concrete" thing at the root of the caduceus concept was a celestial vision simultaneously witnessed in various cultures around the globe. Goblet d'Alviella also considered the independent origin of the winged disc and the caduceus: "Does ...
186. Chapter VII: The Earth [The Age of Velikovsky] [Books]
... Whether it was constructed by a series of small events, a number of simultaneous local" events, a series of events triggered by an external body, or any combination of the above, the geologic record does not portray quiescent times of the past Ager writes: "Traditional concepts such as gentle, continuous sedimentation (and perhaps similarly continuous evolution) are not adequate to explain what we see. 22 CATASTROPHIC EVOLUTION Ager's view is similar to that expressed by Velikovsky in Earth in Upheaval wherein he describes many not easily explained geologic formations and discusses what he terms "cataclysmic evolution". Velikovsky expresses the idea that some of the problems of the theory of evolution could be solved by ...
187. From Myth to a Physical Model [Journals] [Aeon]
... Home | Issue Contents From Myth to a Physical Model Dave Talbott Introduction In this article, the first of three parts, I take up these issues- General issues for catastrophists working in the Velikovskian tradition. What is the basis of our confidence in myth? Can it ever be proven that myth is a reflection of unusual celestial events? Evolution of a mythically-based model. A summary of recent changes in the model of the polar configuration, and a look at other aspects of the configuration on which little or no detail has been previously published. Introduction of Robert Grubaugh and a physical model of the polar configuration. Grubaugh has considerable professional experience with orbital dynamics through his work with ...
188. Horizons [Journals] [SIS Review]
... one can never be absolutely sure. Even radioactive methods are based upon assumptions that could turn out to be unwarranted. Only scientists with no sense of history (and there are a lot of them) would claim definitely to have the ultimate truth." On other pages, Dr Beverley Halstead's assault on the Natural History Museum's cladistic approach to evolution (see SIS Workshop 3:3 , p. 10) is taken a stage further in his review of the Museum's book Man's Place in Evolution. (Apparently the review was originally commissioned for another journal, which eventually rejected it on the grounds that the views expressed were "too strong". If this was really so, ...
189. Aeon Volume I, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... go far enough. Page 14 Reply to Earl Milton Ginenthal takes up the challenge in a preliminary rejoinder. Page 19 On the Nature of Natural Selection and Speciation A critical assessment of the popularly-held Darwinian hypothesis, by James Strickling. On the most fundamental questions, states the author, it does not meet the test of a good theory. Evolution, yes but not by slow, incremental degrees, and not by natural selection. Page 23 The Unworkable Polar Saturn Though long fascinated with the theory of the polar configuration, Roger Ashton reviews alternative physical models, concluding that, under the laws of physics, all conceivable possibilities fail. Page 39 The Ship of Heaven To test the ...
190. C&C Workshop 1990, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the Cause and the Effect by David A. Slade 5 The Etruscans and their Language by Hugh Crosthwaite 7 The Exo-Synchronous Molecular Evolutionary Clock by George R. Harvey 10 The Origins of the Spartan State in the New Chronology by David Rohl 14 Lies, Damned Lies and .. . by Alasdair Beal 20 FORUM 1. On Ecological Niches in Evolution (Abery/Palmer) 24 2. Three Views on Orbital Circularisation (Forshufuvd/Crew/Beal) 25 3. The Reign Lengths of Saul and Labayu (Rees/Newgrosh) 27 Horizons: History, proto-History and the Search for Synchronisms 22 Evolution Symposium at Southeastern University 28 Reconsidering Velikovsky (1990 Toronto Conference) 28 1990 ISIS ...
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