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461. The Not So Stable Sun [Journals] [Kronos]
... to an atom or ion for brief periods. 4. Ralph E. Juergens, "The Photosphere: Is it the Top or the Bottom of the Phenomenon We Call the Sun?", KRONOS IV:4 , 28-54 (1979, June); see Part 1, pp. 29-34. 5. Martin Schwarzschild, Structure and Evolution of the Stars, Dover (New York, 1965), p.37. 6. Allen, op. cit., item 83, p.174. 7. The solar atmosphere is about 5% as massive as the photosphere. 8. Robert Jastrow and Malcolm H. Thompson, Astronomy: Fundamentals and Frontiers, ...
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... pp. 3540. 11. D. Cardona: "Let There Be Light", KRONOS III:3 (Spring 1978), pp. 34-55. 12. S. Starrfield, et al.: "The Cause of the Nova Outburst", in P. Eggleton, et al. (eds.): Structure and Evolution of Close Binary Systems (IAU Symposium No. 73, published Dordrecht/Boston, 1976), p. 155. 13. B. Warner: "Observations of Dwarf Novae", in P. Eggleton, et al. (eds.): Structure and Evolution of Close Binary Systems (IAU Symposium No. 73, ...
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... along even more strongly than was Earth by the gravitation of the two direct-orbiting fragments, proto-Saturn and proto-Jupiter. Mars thus was elevated in the developing hierarchy of the post-Golden Age solar system, given an orbit which after rounding and shrinking by the aerodynamic drag of the persisting circumhelial gas cloud was farther from Helios than that of Earth. POST-GOLDEN AGE EVOLUTION OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM The initial planetary orbits established by the disruption of Saturn and the polar configuration which it dominated were rounded and shrunk by the circumhelial gas cloud. The detonation in Saturn had ejected another mass of hydrogen into retrograde orbit which by the combined effects of its internal pressures and of the gravity of Helios joined the inner regions ...
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... ignored we may have to look for alternative scenarios to continental drift to explain how these occurred. It is astounding how little we understand of our world and its past. The "best evidence" on evolutionary theory remains Darwinian natural selection but hardly anyone these days adheres to its tenets (see, for instance, Gordon Rattray Taylor's THE GREAT EVOLUTION MYSTERY). If one takes Velikovsky's evolution by catastrophe, however, it is not a far cry from the combination of punctuated equilibrium plus catastrophic evolution now espoused by Stephen J. Gould (NEW SCIENTIST 17.5 .84, pp. 28-30) which includes comets as its agents of catastrophe. The "best evidence" on ...
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... or around the crater? The fact that where we find these ancient volcanic islands occupied by a race of man peculiar to them alone, points to a separate origin or creation, as to which it appears to be more and more manifest that the creation of species did not originate in one part of the earth and on Darwin's theory of evolution develop and spread, but in a certain set of favourable circumstances took place in various centres, whereby arise those differences of type which nothing can vary. The theory of the geologists that these islands must have arisen from the sea because they contain in certain cases fossilised coral is far more completely countered by the contention that the existence of ...
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... so he accepts it. "( Gentle Reader, give me the chance to pick and choose among the findings of science, accepting this and rejecting that according to my lordly whim, and I will undertake to prove anything you wish proven.)" (23) But this is precisely what Charles Darwin did to establish his theory of evolution. He required that the fossil record show innumerable lineages which he needed even though there were few such lineages discovered. So he chose to say that they did exist, and, in time, they would be found. He required that the age of the Earth be extremely old based on erosion evidence when Lord Kelvin claimed it was ...
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... eyes (and the mind) has caused most of those students to remain unaware that these feet at which they have been kneeling are nothing but clay; and the uniformitarian pronouncements of queen astronomy thus remain unchallenged by the other sciences. Item: Since we do not see new species suddenly appealing all around us today, biologists assume that the evolution that occurred in the past must have occurred so slowly that an observer at some point in the past would have been unaware - just as we today are unaware - of the new species slowly evolving all around. Item: Since we do not see new mountain ranges or new oceans suddenly coming into being today, geologists assume that the ...
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468. Vox Popvli [Journals] [Aeon]
... ideograms or the Latin alphabet) is protracted and complex. All of them, moreover, appear to be convinced that the so-called signaries, or script-like systems, of Mas d'Azil and Tartarea are part of that varied and sprawling phase of quasi-permanent visual communication. However signaries are interpreted, they can hardly be overlooked by anyone considering the origin and evolution of writing. My conclusion is not that Strickling should accept or adopt any of the glossogonic theories of the past half-century, the period that I characterize as stage three in the study of language origins. It is, rather, that he should recognize the fact that these theories have been proposed, discussed, and debated in a growing ...
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469. The Early Years: Part Two [Journals] [Aeon]
... fitted for modern uses? There is a great difference between Isaiah and micro-biology... In recent years...there have been three theories all relating to different branches of science, three theories which have attracted the attention even of the unscientific...One of these is the philosophic theory known generally as the theory of creative evolution, and the author of that is my friend Mr. Bergson. a great philosopher and a Jew. Another theory much talked of, or rather another group of theories, constitute what is called the new psychology. The author of that [Freud] is my friend, also a Jew. The third theory, the most comprehensive ...
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... of what was printed.)" (174) Sagan the Scientist: [But on April 8 and 9, 1963, at a scientific meeting of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, an office of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration was host to a group of physicists, astronomers and earth scientists who met to discuss the origin and evolution of planetary atmospheres and oceans. Carl, you were at that meeting and spoke about the scientific work of L. D. Kaplan thus] "Kaplan (Planet and Space Sci., 8, 23 (1961)) has looked at a plot of line intensity vs. rotational quantum number in the 7820 [angstrom] band ...
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