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331. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... at prevailing exchange rates. Cheques payable to William R. Corliss'. Shattering the Myths of Darwinism by R. Milton, 1997, $22.95 Recommended if only for the reason that arch-Darwinist Richard Dawkins suggested that the author needs psychiatric help. This book points out the flaws in dating methods and theories which lie behind classic Darwinist evolution by natural selection but the author does believe that evolution has occurred and does not believe that the Earth is only a few thousand years old. In Plain Sight: Old World Records in Ancient America by G. Farley, 1995, $37 Yet another study of ancient inscriptions in America pointing not only to the early presence of Vikings ...
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332. James E. Strickling's Origins [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... far wider scope than you might at first imagine, as you will quickly discover within the covers of this unusual book. ISBN: 0-9651717-0-1. Price: $17.95. Shipping & Handling: USA $2 .50, Foreign $3 .50. Contents Foreword by Dwardu Cardona Preface, Introduction. PART ONE: Creationism, Evolution, and Catastrophism The Uniformitarianism-catastrophism Controversy The Creationists: Rebels Without a Cause? Darwinism: A Barrier To Evolution Noah's Flood: A Problem For Both Camps PART TWO: Origins And Nonorigins: New Perspectives The Signature of Catastrophe: The Origin and Nonorigin of The Geological Record The Path of Life: A History of Interruption Whence Homo? The ...
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... carried on its front page an account of the event. It reported: [An] overflow Harkness Theater crowd .. . listened attentively last night while Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky discussed his recently published, highly controversial book, Worlds in Collision. Then, as they had expected, fireworks broke loose. Challenging the basic scientific doctrine of gradual evolution, Dr. Velikovsky insisted, as he does in his book, that "within evolution, there must be revolution."... After further details on the content of the lecture, the account went on: Relying heavily on wit and an amazing memory for minute historical details, the doctor beat back all comers in the ...
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... as such. That is, ontogeny and phylogeny are not finally recapitulated in cosmogeny.(5 ) Yet for Freud as for Hegel, man becomes civilized in civilization and civilization becomes humanized through man, though the logical direction of the analysis is from the individual to the collective mind. Let us now look at Freud's analysis of the historical evolution of civilization - state and society. The process begins, as it does in Hegel, with the family. This is Freud's immediate, natural, and ever-permanent "state," a concrete and unchanging situation into which we are born, and corresponding to the first stage of Hegel's Sittlichkeit.* The primary historical hypothesis in the ethnogenic ...
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335. Angel & Catastrophism Part II [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Semitic sense as possessing full moral integrity - pure and unblemished. All this justifies an escape from the all-too-magical idea of a God summoning incorporeal beings (whatever that may mean anyway) into existence from nothing at the wave of a wand as it were, by allowing that all creatures, intelligent or otherwise, cannot have escaped due process of evolution (or devolution - for evidence of this may seen more cogent among the animal kingdom even if proofs for it are no more abundant than for Darwinian evolution) or development from simple materiality into increasingly complex organisms. Of course, the Biblical angels and others of personal encounter may have been remnants of a superior earthly race, e. ...
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... ..The limit of size and space shrinks and continues to shrink inexorably. The swift diurnal return of that unrelenting pendulum, the new standard of reference, brings it home to our minds that hard fact is outpacing any standard hitherto accepted. We pass into the harsh glare of hitherto incredible novelty." Three thousand million years of Organic Evolution (Wells capitalises these words) are swiftly coming to the end and the finale is in sight. ". .. The divergence widens between what our fathers were wont to call the Order of Nature and this new harsh implacable hostility to our universe, our all." But who is hostile if there is no God and no ...
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337. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the vicinity of the Butler Salt Dome. I am of the belief that Salt Domes formed part and parcel of the Flood Catastrophe, and further research into the idea by like-minded people would be rewarding. - Mr F. Gott, Hayling Island, Hampshire Non-scientific Side of Science Dear Sir, Jill Abery's penetrating account of the Creation v. Evolution controversy (SISW 4:4 , pp. 1-2) highlights by omission what seems to me the crucial issue of the whole debate. The three sides (creationists, uniformitarians and catastrophists) all pussyfoot round the central problem of accident v. design, and it is here that two sides (creationists and evolutionists) merely argue at ...
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338. ADS Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... impact craters. Icarus, Volume 139, pp. 49-5 (05/99), "Catastrophic Resurfacing and Episodic Subduction on Venus" by Turcotte, D. L.; Morein, G.; Roberts, D.; Malamud, B. d. Eros:~5 % probability of hitting Earth We have investigated the dynamical evolution of asteroid (433) Eros over a timespan of 5 Myr. [Its] lifetime is probably of the order of 50-100 Myr, and it has ~5 % probability of eventually hitting Earth. The Astronomical Journal, Volume 116, Issue 4, pp. 2023-2031 (10/98 )" Dynamics of Eros", by ...
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... the received one. Needless to say, this applies not only to so-called "value-laden terms" or "emotive expressions", presumably peculiar to moral discourse, but mutatis mutandis to language in general. The difficulty is further increased by the fact that even the intended meanings themselves inevitably represent a result of a long and complicated process of semantic evolution. In this evolution the exact degrees of consciousness and deliberateness in the initial socio-genesis of a definition, the lingual and non-lingual conditions of an original formal enactment of a term, and the more or less spontaneous and crescive emergence of an eventual consensus about its meaning cannot always be historically traced and reconstructed. In other words, every socially ...
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340. Electro-gravitic cosmology [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... evolve to spiral galaxies and then to elliptical galaxies. Ellipticals may congregate in great clusters, such as the Virgo cluster where at the center a black hole takes these galaxies into itself and then throws off black holes that start the process over again. Some galaxies of the elliptical type may repeat the process outside such clusters. Stellar birth, evolution and death is also based on the fission concept. Black holes with masses larger than stars are ejected from the poles of galactic black holes. At various distances from the central galactic black hole these break up and spin to instability forming either white dwarf stars, pulsars or protostars. These all evolve across the Hertzsprung-Russel diagram from the left ...
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