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321. Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No 2 [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... Ewoud H.Bon exploration geologist Amsterdam David J.Thomas palaeontologiSt Oswego / USA Ronald Middleton exploration geologist Rio de Janeiro G-W-van Oosterhout chemi st Delft / Holland John M.Cubitt mathematical geologist -Syracuse / USA In forthcoming issues:Peter Gretener on continuous and discontinuous processes in geology Otto Schindewolf (1896-1971) on catastrophism in palaeontology Charles Musès on non-Darwinian evolution René Thom on mathematical catastrophe theory and PlateTectonics L.I .Salop on glaciations and crises in evolution In evaluating an MS submitted for publication the following criteria are used, separately or together: does it study discontinuities in Earth history? does it clarify what catastrophist geology is about? does it focus on subjects neglected or tabooed in the ...
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322. Thoth Vol II, No. 19: Nov 30, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... Moon in our sky today. While the Saturn model does not specify duration of the Saturnian crescent, certain constraints must be acknowledged. (I never found any evidence of a Saturn- crescent moving through cyclical "phases", for example, so the effect of these consideration may be to compress our sense of time in the more complex evolution of the system). We'll return to that issue later in this series. Additionally, we must confront the matter of the Earth's polar alignment to the collinear system, which surely requires a continual precession of the Earth's axis as the planets moved around the Sun. Or does it? That issue, too, became a hot topic ...
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323. C&C Review 1988 Issue (Volume X): Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... core expulsion theory, Wal Thornhill is able to account for all their peculiar properties and to explain their formation. This revolutionary thesis has far-reaching implications for the study of the history of the Solar System. (His Talk to the AGM of the Society in Spring 1988 was based on this paper). Dr Trevor Palmer: Nemesis for Gradual Evolution? 57 Evolution - has it been gradual or episodic? Dr Palmer conducts a thorough examination of the literature and discovers that gradualism is steadily losing ground to its catastrophist rival: even the recently advocated Nemesis' theories do not seem to be able to stem the tide of catastrophism. Rohl, Newgrosh, van der Veen: El Amarna ...
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324. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to the Society in which he had described his theories of Earth accreting material as it repeatedly passed through vast meteoric showers. As each accretion phase was in fact a catastrophe for life on Earth, all surviving life forms had to adapt very rapidly. Milton had been investigating just what the universal triggering mechanism could have been for synchronous bursts of evolution. In pursuing various descriptions of catastrophic phenomena as described in the Bible, Velikovsky had given but little attention to the one depicted as Elijah went up to heaven in a fiery whirlwind, but Zysman realised that this was not uncommon in many other traditions, with fiery spirals, serpents of fire etc. Zysman's thesis is, briefly, ...
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... vague "luck motif "is not infrequently found to be more in favour than that which we designate the "art motif". All "luck motifs", whether indefinite or otherwise, have histories rooted in ancient systems of belief either acquired, or so far as is known, wholly or partly developed locally. Anthropologists of the "Evolution school " favour the view that the persisting spiral, like several other widespread designs, was of "independent origin", or "spontaneous generation." In the different culture areas of the Old and New Worlds. Those of the "Diffusion school", on the other hand, incline to search for a single area of origin ...
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... part of the world; so the horses and camels of the Americas were destroyed without a survivor, yet in Eurasia, though decimated, they were not exterminated. But many species were completely extinguished, in the Old World as well as the New- mammoths and mastodons and others. They expired not because of lack of food or inadequate organic evolution, inferior build or lack of adaptation. Plentiful food and superb bodies and fine adaptation and solid procreation, but no survival of the fit. They died as if a wind had snuffed life out of all of them, leaving their cadavers, with no sign of degeneration, in asphalt pits, in bogs, in sediment, in ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 25  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0202/Intervu.htm
... of the waters, within the framework of the glacial-eustatic regression of the world-wide ocean [7 , 8]. The desiccation of Mediterranean occurred during the Late Miocene, about 5.5 Ma ago. This event, which is considered a geologically recent catastrophe, affected the area's landscape, the regional and global climate, and the distribution and evolution of flora and fauna. The Mediterranean basin became a desert, its climate (due to an increase in the Antarctic ice cap) was cooler and more arid than in the circum-areas, allowing a new distribution of plants and animals between Europe and Africa, leading to the extinction of a number of species and thus having an influence on ...
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328. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... rings from further south in Yucatan and South America indicate a 30 year drought. In Europe the decimation of the population led to 300 years of impoverished conditions before the culture could recover. Keys also links this catastrophe to the rise of Islam when the Prophet's family rose to power during a difficult period when they ensured the import of food. Evolution Ideas for rapid evolution New Scientist 3.7 .99, pp. 32-36, 28.11.98, pp. 26-30, 13.2 .99, p. 12, 4.9 .99, p. 12 Much of the thinking behind evolutionary theory depends upon the idea of species which have evolved to be ...
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... renewed assault. An exchange of planetary materials would compound the destruction-rocks and debris from the sky. Drastic changes could continue for days, weeks, months, or even years. Reverberations might continue for millennia as the earth readjusted internally to a new geological equilibrium. The Geological Record The Geological Column presents the picture of a very orderly, gradual evolution of the earth's life. But it is the presumed evolutionary process that dictates the interpretation of the geological record as reflected in the Column. The circular logic runs: The record proves gradual evolution; gradual evolution is the basis for reconstructing the record. But as we have seen, a perceived temporal (evolutionary) separation of fossil types ...
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330. Stars in an Electric Universe [Journals] [Aeon]
... discovered features in space, stellar nurseries and planetary systems. Popular legend has it that stars and their attendant planets are born in the same event- the gravitational collapse of a giant molecular cloud (GMC) of dust and gas. It is not generally known, much less acknowledged by professionals, that the gravitational model of stellar birth and evolution is an ad-hoc theoretical structure requiring all kinds of special conditions to save it. [8 ] With curious reverse-logic, the fact that stars and planets exist is seen as confirmation of these mathematical marvels resulting in extremis to the "anthropic principle"- in other words, the notion that the universe has been exquisitely fine-tuned to create us ...
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