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... the ornamental apocalyptics of any ancestral sage. Celestial Chaos From about the middle of the nineteenth century, the authority of the established Church gave way in official eyes to the authority of empirical Science. Thus, when the providential view of the universe could no longer be sustained by a purely theological argument, the uniformitarian view of geological and biological evolution (as introduced by Lyell and Darwin respectively) gained in ascendancy and the idea of cosmic catastrophes fell into scientific disrepute. Initially there was an undercurrent of political correctness' associated with the uniformitarian view as Science established its power (chiefly in the hands of Huxley and his acolytes) and the divine component of natural philosophy was ruthlessly expunged ...
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202. The New Orthodoxy's Respect for Fact [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... variation by the environment." Now, according to Sir Gavin de Beer, F.R .S ., F.S .A ., Director of the British Museum (Natural History) for ten years, and author of CHARLES DARWIN; A SCIENTIFIC BIOGRAPHY,(3 ) "Lamarck is associated with a hypothetic cause for evolution that he did not invent... whereas it was his genius in proposing a scheme of evolution that deserves commemoration in the term Lamarckism." Further, says de Beer, this hypothetic cause has been around since the ancient Greeks, the Old Testament and, latterly, Diderot (d . 1784). And just what does ...
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203. Life Itself: Accident or Design? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is known as Qb. Like all viruses, Qb has to make use of a host, in this case a bacterium, in order to replicate: Qb RNA contains the information for the bacterium to synthesise a replicase enzyme to bring this about. Mistakes may occur during replication, providing variants on which natural selection may act, and the evolution of Qb over 70 or more generations has been observed in test tube experiments. If special artificial nucleotides are supplied, some Qb RNA replication has been found to take place even in the absence of enzymes, but only to a limited extent. Manfred Eigen and his colleagues at the Max Planck Institute in Gottingen, Germany, have proposed ...
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204. C&C Review 1994 Issue (Volume XVI): Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (Volume XVI)Articles Irving Wolfe: A Catastrophist Reading of Religious Systems 2 Robert M. Porter: Shishak - Ramesses II or Ramesses III? 11 Daphne Garbett: The Reliability of Synchronisms in Reconstructing an Historical Chronology from Rehoboam to Hezekiah' 14 Antony H. Rees: Artificially Structured Biblical Chronologies 24 Forum Part 1: Natural Selection and Evolution a challenge set by David Salkeld and a response from Trevor Palmer 36 Part 2: The Cambridge Conference A Flop? a challenge set by Benny Peiser with responses from Alasdair Beal and Bernard Newgrosh 36 Review Trevor Palmer on the Continuing Evolution of Evolution 47 Damien MacKey on Rose's Middle Kingdom Lunar Dates 50 Alasdair Beal on the sequel to Prehistory ...
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205. Letters [Journals] [Pensee]
... like to share the following questions/problems: a) What is immediately required is a reworking of prehistoric chronology based on catastrophic theory. b) How do early migration patterns and technological adaptations fit the postulated dates for global catastrophes? Do these migration patterns and adaptations correlate around the world (1 )? c) How does the rapid evolution of the brain from Australopithecus to Homo erectus and to Homo sapiens neanderthalensis and Homo sapiens sapiens fit with postulated catastrophic events? How is this tied to the emergence of big game hunting? Recent finds at Omo (South Ethiopia) suggest an existence at three to four million years B.P . of a small brained tool user ( ...
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... 4 APRIL 1981 Texts Home | SIS Workshop Home Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Workshop Members' newletter Vol. 3 No. 4 APRIL 1981 EDITORIAL THE THERMAL EQUATIONS OF VENUS by Eric Crew 1 DID VENUS AS A PROTOPLANET EVER LOOK LIKE A "COMET"? by Chris Marx 4 THE DRAGON IN MYTH AND FOLKLORE by Martin Sieff 6 FOCUS: Evolution - fact or theory? by Lester J. Mitcham 13 MONITOR : "The drowned forest of Bray" * Alvarez theory gains support * Non-gravitational rings of Saturn? * A cataclysmic extinction * Europa is a bit cracked * Appeasing the Gods? * "Apparent thickness of Saturn's rings"* Chance in evolution * "Geomagnetism and climate ...
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207. Monitor. C&C Review 2002:1 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... ice at the poles was thought to be such a trigger by Charles Hapgood and Hugh Auchincloss Brown in their unorthodox books.) A 90 shift is thought to have happened around 520 Myrs ago, a 20 shift at 110 Myrs ago and another at 84 Myrs ago. Although the resulting climate and sea level changes and their probable effects on evolution are noted, the scientists are still only thinking in terms of such shifts taking up to 10 million years and, as usual, they are way in the past. As one of them says, for some reason it's easier for people to accept a bizarre world hypothesis as we go further back in time', yet the evidence ...
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... to the poles, while it revolved about the earth, and finally saw it break from its celestial fastenings and desolate the planet. It's Naturalness. Is there anything unnatural or strained, so far, in this presentation of a deluge source? The old school complain bitterly when an effort is made to shorten the time they want for the evolution of earth, and why, in this most stupendous contract of world-building, they allow so short a time for the oceans to fall, and hurry them back to the earth, is only one of many incongruities. Here I must digress far enough to explain that in any effort to exploit the canopy origin of the flood we must ...
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... former existence of canopy conditions, and though they drew a variant conclusion they have saved for me an immense amount of labor. When this volume was first penned I had not heard of the great work on Hebrew Mythology by Ignaz Goldziher. A cursory glance at his book, which I now esteem highly, demonstrates the great truth of canopy evolution. I shall henceforth feel greatly under obligations to all these authors for the aid they have given me. With my limited knowledge of the dead languages, I have been compelled to depend largely on the translations of others, and at the sane time the light I have obtained from a canopied world unexplored has led me to greatly discredit ...
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210. Thoth Vol II, No. 8: May 15, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... Amy Acheson A BRIEF ORIENTATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Talbott COMMENTARY ON THE ELECTRIC SUN . . . . . . . .Wal Thornhill ELECTRICAL EFFECTS OF PASSING BODIES . . . . .Wal Thornhill- QUOTE OF THE DAY: Planetary catastrophes have had a far greater impact on the evolution of the solar system, the history of our earth, and the evolution of human consciousness than science has acknowledged. Dave Talbott (THOTH II-4, February 28)- APPLIED CATASTROPHICS By Amy Acheson ( I want to turn Dave's statement (above) around and examine it from the other direction. How ...
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