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361. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Natural coal fires New Scientist 9.8 .97, p. 49 Much of the mountainous country in northern China, from Manchuria to the Kazakh border, is covered in coal seams which lie close to the surface. These often ignite spontaneously and it is estimated that up to 200 million tonnes of coal are being incinerated each year. Evolution Strange life Science Frontiers No. 115, Jul-Aug 97, p. 3, Sourcebook Project Anomaly Register No. 3, June 97, p. 3, New Scientist 10.5 .97, p. 49, 9.8 .97, p. 49 Most of the life we see is called prokaryotic and has cells ...
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... . (1982), p. 223, claims the two tiny moons of Mars-Deimos and Phobos-are captured asteroids that were then circularized. One of the major theories of the Earth's moon is that it is a captured body that had its origin inside the orbit of Mercury or elsewhere. J.G . Hills in "The Origin and Dynamical Evolution of the Solar System" Ph.D . Thesis (Michigan University, Ann Arbor 1969) held that Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, had their orbits changed by encounters with other planets. This is based on Hills' analysis of the solar nebula hypothesis which indicates that at first, Saturn and Jupiter were the outermost planets. According ...
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363. Thoth Vol II, No. 13: Aug 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... principle, absolutely crucial to the comparative approach, is not even addressed by Pitton. The critic does, however, acknowledge one key which, on it own, can resolve many contradictions. The earlier the traditions, the more pure their content. This principle is of vast import, and it can be easily verified by simply observing the evolution of mythical themes and personalities over time within particular regions. One will note, for example, that countless figures originally worshipped as dominating forms in the sky are, in later times, described as LOCAL kings, queens and warriors. The Egyptian Ra was the creator-king, the central sun. But later myths depict him as an aged ...
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364. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... marry" the other two fundamental forces of nature, which are the force of gravity and the strong nuclear force (which binds atoms). Death Knell of Natural Selection?source: Nature Vol. 302, 3.3 .83, pp. 16-7 Was the flag-waving centennial for Darwin really the convulsive dying throes of the theory of evolution by natural selection? Are the rantings of such as Halstead (see Workshop 3:2 , p. 20; 3:3 , p. 10 and 3:4 , p. 13) and Ruse (see Workshop 5:1 , p. 5) merely death rattles? Behind the competitive curtains of the establishment has ...
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365. The Past Comes Down [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... association of megalithic building and the Neolithic (102). Within the framework of such a scenario, tombs are springing up, from about 750 B.C . onwards, in the shape of the tumuli of Europe, the ziggurats of Mesopotamia and the pyramids of Egypt (94) [5 ]. Suddenly we see a line of evolution for sepulchral architecture, the existence of which we had been unable to suspect because of the confusing influence of our hitherto reigning chronology (101). At the same time a thesis is put forward, which understands the erection of menhirs in a cataclysmic context, namely as a re-enactment, re-establishing harmony of some threatening cosmic phenomenon (113 ...
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366. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... along the edges of continents than the previously held ideas of upthrusts consequent upon subduction. The massive mountain building in the North American Cordillera, c.50 Myr ago, an event stretching up to 1500 kilometres inland, could be tied in with the collision with a large continental block derived from the region of southern Mexico. Geology, like evolution, is beginning to punctuate its uniformitarian equilibria. Saturn Electrostatic Discharges sources: Science Frontiers no.24, Nov./Dec. 1982 Nature 299, p. 236 One of the findings of the Voyager mission to Saturn was the strong bursts of radio emissions with a period of 10 hours and 10 minutes. These strong radio emissions ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 22  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0502/23monit.htm
... From: Kronos Vol. VII, No. 4 Summer 1982 Texts Home | Kronos Home KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. VII, No. 4 Summer 1982 Evolution, Extinction, and Catastrophism TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 How to Defuse a Feud Norman Macbeth 5 Editorial Postscript C. Leroy Ellenberger 8 Alternatives in Science: The Secular Creationism of Heribert Nilsson Bennison Gray 26 Ever Since Darwin: A Review Peter J. James 33 Darwin's Unfalsifiable Theory Tom Bethell 38 On Velikovsky and Darwin Lynn E. Rose 40 Beyond the Mountains of Darkness. The Search for the Ten Lost Tribes Immanuel Velikovsky 48 On Comets, Comet-Like Luminous Apparitions and Meteors Ilse Fuhr SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT - Catastrophism and ...
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... day that there is a considerable connection between volcanic eruptions in certain circumstances and locusts in flight. These mud ejections, containing all the elements of life, " the dust of the Adamah," may prove to have been that first divine spark from whence organic life is derived. Hence, in this case, it can be said that evolution was dependent upon the original chemical materia employed, as also upon the gaseous vapours of an atmosphere perhaps very highly surcharged with electricity and suited to the creation of life. To the womb of Mother Earth it may truly be said do we owe the organic existence in the first place of all forms of independent organisms, when that womb ...
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... believe that he lives on an Earth that travels, and Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare were not persuaded by that firebrand, Giordano Bruno, of the truth of the Copernican doctrine. Even much less man wishes to face the fact that he travels on a rock in space on a path that proved to be accident-prone. The victory of Darwin's evolution by natural selection over a six-day creation less than six thousand years ago made it appear that evolution, the only instrument of which is competition, is the ultimate truth. But by competition for survival or for means of existence, never could such different forms as man and an insect with many legs evolve from the same unicellular form, ...
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... same would be said of Aristotle, Hegel or Nietzsche, were they the titular founders of the modern discipline of psychology. Academic philosophy, on the other hand, must be prepared to understand Freud philosophically. Freud himself, as Emest Jones in his Life tells us, only first became attracted to medicine through an interest in Darwin's theory of evolution and (especially) through Goethe's essay on Nature.(2 ) Much later, in a letter to Fliess (Jan. 1, 1896) Freud wrote: I see that you are using the circuitous route of medicine to attain your first ideal, the psychological understanding of man, while I secretly nurse the hope of arriving by ...
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