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411. The Knowledge Industry [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the subject might interest the SSRC and be within its jurisdiction, I should appreciate the chance to discuss it with you in some detail Sincerely yours, Alfred de Grazia April 5, 1974 Dear Professor de Grazia: Thank you for your interesting letter of March 4, in which you suggest a possible role for the Council in exploring human socio-cultural evolution, particularly in the light of an hypothesis that posits discontinuous advances, following a massive challenge and response model, rather than incremental steps. It is true that this kind of problem is inherently cross-disciplinary, is of potentially great interest, and needs strong guidance if it is to make progress. Also, I am aware that Velikovsky's ideas ...
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... entry probes of the Soviet Union and the United States, not one of them has been found."7 The first argument is that vapor pressure forbids any possibility of hydrocarbons in Venus' upper atmosphere. In 1964 Sagan argued for the presence of hydrocarbons on Venus in an article titled "The Atmosphere of Venus" in The Origin and Evolution of Atmospheres and Oceans. Sagan argued that, "the fact that [at the level of the clouds, low vapor pressure organic compounds like CH4, C2H2, C2H4, etc.] have not been successfully identified does not entirely exclude the possible existence of some hydrocarbons in the lower atmosphere..." 8 The second part ...
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413. Editor's Notes & News [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Michael Armstrong, with images and video clips. It is available from: Mind Exploration Corp, 8350 S.W . Greenway, #24 Beaverton, OR 97008 USA, price $20.00 US plus $7 .50 p + p on overseas orders. Telephone queries: 503-643-5863. Conference: New Scenarios for the Solar System Evolution and Consequences in History of Earth and Man (Milano, June 1999)This conference, which was held in Milano June 7 and 8 and Bergamo, June 9 covered developments in the research of the last twenty years that cast new light in the recent past of planet Earth and the history of Homo Sapiens. Sessions included astronomy, ...
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414. Discussion Questions From the Floor [Journals] [Aeon]
... as large parts of the crust are very little disturbed despite nearly a billion years of age. Other parts of the crust have been severely deformed within recorded historic time. Of the mantle we know little for certain. Nevertheless, one thing we do know is that, contrary to Hall's assertion (p . 20) of a uniform heat evolution from the mantle, there are numerous sites having much elevated temperature, active convection cells churning within the mantle, and sites of rapid heat emission (volcanoes and "gastroblemes"). An elegant example illustrating all of these at work occurs in the Hawaiian Islands. There the lava rock of the islands is oldest on Kauai, the ...
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... tendencies. it is probably not without significance that the conception of Worlds in Collision took place during the Second World War when mankind was very actively involved in its own destruction. I want to consider in slightly more detail the concept of inherited racial memory as it occurs in the writings of Freud. It is of considerable interest to trace the evolution of this hypothesis from "Totem and Taboo" in 1912 where it first appears, to Freud's final and more elaborate discussion of it in 1939. It is usually suggested that Freud invented the idea of inherited racial memory because he needed it to support his speculative forays into the fields of anthropology and pre-history. In short, that the ...
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... Arctic Sea, near Thule," which lay "in front of the river Vistula, which rises in the Sarmatian Mountains and divides Germany from Scythia"; how, eventually, from Northern Russia they were compelled to divide in two bodies who drew lots, one lot remaining, the other seeking new homes. (B . de Weldon's Evolution of Israel, p.213.) Other such human and tragic documents survive of the vicissitudes of mankind in the north, and from the north because there was a time when it enjoyed a climate superior to all other on the earth, a veritable Garden of Eden, but when the earth changed her axis and poles the former ...
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... : New Evidence from Astronomy, Biology and Archaeology 29th October 1983 Speakers DR VICTOR CLUBE (Senior Principal Scientific Officer, Royal Observatory Edinburgh; co-author of the Cosmic Serpent): Comets- the Cause of Historic and Prehistoric Catastrophes BREAK FOR LUNCH DR TREVOR PALMER (Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Life Sciences, Trent Polytechnic): Catastrophism and Evolution A PUBLIC MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY 29th OCTOBER (11 a.m . to 6 pm.) admission 50p refreshments available on campus BYRON LECTURE THEATRE, BYRON BUILDING, TRENT POLYTECHNIC, SHAKESPEARE STREET, CITY CENTRE, NOTTINGHAM SOCIETY FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES Hon. Treasurer: Bernard T. Prescott, ...
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418. Ejections, Resonances, and Inversions [Journals] [Kronos]
... hundred years showed the rings of Saturn to be widening". The inner ring was spiralling in toward the planet.(21) This, plus recent measurements, led Clube and Napier to the following conclusion: "If the measurements [some of them based on observation, from 1610 onwards] are taken at face value a very recent evolution or origin for the Saturnian ring system is implied. Similar remarks can be made for the Jovian ring system discovered in 1979 by Voyager 1 . . . A primordial origin for these systems would now seem to be a risky assumption!"(22) Their final verdict was this: "The spreading of the inner ring of Saturn ...
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419. The Book Case [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. IV No. 3 (Spring 1979) Home | Issue Contents The Book Case EVOLUTION: Reconciling The Controversy. John R. Hadd. $7 .50 (US Dollars), $10.50 overseas airmail. 96 pages, hard cover only. Address orders to KRONOS Press, Glassboro State College, Glassboro, NJ 08028. INSERT KIV3_94.TIF An Essential Guide for Researchers INDEX TO THE WORKS OF IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY. VOL I. By Alice Miller. CENTER FOR VELIKOVSKIAN AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES. Glassboro State College. Glassboro, New Jersey. 1977. 278 pages. $9 .95. KIV3_95.JPG HERE ...
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... The Electric Universe: Slide Presentation & Notes by Wallace Thornhill (KRONIA, Beaverton, Oregon, 1997) Reviewed by Amelia Acheson Thornhill's presentation offers a visual invitation to toss aside the straightjacket of paradigm paralysis and to explore the Solar System from an electric point of view. He covers an enormous range of phenomena, from subatomic particles through stellar evolution, floodlighting our understanding of the universe with insights garnered from mythical symbols, space probes, and the plasma physics lab. As an illustration, let me compare the received explanation re the tail of Halley's Comet with Thornhill's electric account, both presented in light of photographs returned by the ESA spacecraft Giotto in March, 1986. The standard ...
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