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... From: Kronos Vol. XI No. 2 (Winter 1986) Home | Issue Contents An Extraordinary New Book! Origins: Today's Science, Tomorrow's Myth - by James E. StrickIing, Jr. An Objective Study of Creationism, Evolution, and Catastrophism A uniquely objective evaluation of both of the major contenders in the creation-evolution controversy. In addition to an examination of the major fallacies of Darwinism, the book details an unprecedented critique of the Creationist position, with an alternative sought within a catastrophist framework. Intriguing investigative studies with respect to certain origins and "nonorigins' within various disciplines are also included- both natural and cultural. Among these, "The Tower of Babel and the ...
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492. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1 (about $1 .50). Publications include the following journals: Aeon, Catastrophism & Ancient History, Catastrophist Geology, Horus, Kronos, Pensée, SIS Internet Digest, SIS Review, SIS Workshop and The Velikovskian. An online search engine lets you search for words and phrases in all publications in a matter of seconds. Evolution of the Solar System [Extracts from this online publication were written by Hannes Alfvén and Gustaf Arrhenius for NASA in 1976, and also appeared as a 600 page book. – Ed.] Part C: Plasma and Condensation. [15.2 ] Relation Between Experimental and ...
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493. News In Brief [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Workshop No. 1 (Mar 1978) Home | Issue Contents News In Brief VELIKOVSKY'S PREDICTIONS The journal of the Evolution Protest Movement, Vol. 2, No. 3, October 1977, contains a paragraph in which Tom Margerison, in a review of Velikovsky Reconsidered', "feels that Velikovsky's theories relating to cosmic catastrophes in 1500 BC and 750 BC, demand serious consideration, not least in view of the fact that a number of his predictions made in the 1950s about conditions on the Moon and Venus have been subsequently confirmed by the US and Soviet space programmes". \cdrom\pubs\journals\workshop\no1\15news.htm ...
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... explosion, and sometimes to the building of a ring round the vent by the products brought up from below. . . . Various theories have been proposed to account for the immediate cause of volcanic action. It is now generally accepted that it is produced by internal heat at a certain depth beneath the surface of the earth, and the evolution of a great body of elastic vapour, mostly steam, expanding and seeking to escape where the least amount of resistance is presented, and manifesting itself in the explosions that accompany an eruption, or in the upheaval of rocks and the production of earthquakes. While the molten contents of an igneous cauldron solidify in the earth sufficient gas may ...
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... & Space Technology, in reporting on the two Russian Venus probes- Venera 9 and Venera 10, commented thus about the Venus greenhouse theory: "Data and photographs returned from Venera-9 and -10 Soviet Venus lander spacecraft portray a well-lighted rocky surface belonging to a young, evolving planet .. . Venus is a planet in an early cool-down phase of evolution rather than in a final stage of suffocation in a thickening atmospheric greenhouse" [See KRONOS I:3 (Nov., 1975), p. 85; KRONOS 11: I (August, 1976), pp. 104-105]. Adherence to the belief in a supposed runaway greenhouse effect, in order to explain Venus' ...
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... . Aristotle's Earth is at the center of a spherical universe, and is immovable. Within the terrestrial or sublunar realm there is continuing change (this includes coming-to-be and passing-away, as well as changes in quality, quantity, and place), but all such processes are in the long run merely cyclical. There is no genuine transition, evolution, or novelty in the terrestrial realm. In the heavens there are fifty-five nested spheres concentric with Earth. These invisible and mathematically perfect spheres are unchangeable and impenetrable; the only "activity" that they are allowed is that of rotation (no other change whatsoever is permitted in the celestial realm). Aristotle assigns an "intelligence" ...
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... Evolution (1993) Chaldean Account of Genesis (1892) The Celestial Ship of North (1927) The Dawn of Astronomy (1894) The Dragon in China and Japan (1913) Essay on the Theory of the Earth (1827) Works of Flavius Josephus Legends of the Jews Vol.I - IV (1909) The Migration of Symbols (1926) The Night of the Gods | Vol 2 Principles of Geology (1854) Ragnarok (1883) Recollections of a Fallen Sky (1974) Sacred Theory of the Earth | [ II ] The Saturn Myth (1980) The Serpent Symbol (1851) Star-Names & their Meanings (1899) The Sibylline Oracles The Swastika ( ...
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... Appendixes I | II | III | IV | Acknowledgements | Notes And References | CHAPTER 3: Radioactivity In this chapter we will consider, in the light of knowledge acquired in our atomic age, the effects which huge meteoritic impacts may have, first on the nature and the composition of the Earth's crust and atmosphere, and secondly on the evolution of living species. To appreciate their importance it is first necessary to have a clear idea of the composition and possible transformations of matter. To understand the dramatic events of the past, we must know what radiations are, how they are produced and the ravages they may cause. In the compass of this work, we can, ...
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... size of meteorites was relatively slight and that their weight did not exceed a few hundred pounds. Nobody would have dared to think that meteorites, able to hollow huge craters, could strike our Earth. Consequently the study of meteorites was of interest only to astronomers, and it remained inconceivable that it could have any bearing on our planet's geological evolution. A large circular depression was known to exist in the desert of Arizona, not far from Canyon Diablo. Its name was Coon Butte or Canyon Diablo crater. Its diameter amounts to about 1,200 m. (some 4,000 ft) and its depth is more than 200 m. (61ft). The rim ...
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500. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... welcomed, being very well produced, comprehensive and written with admirable clarity. As a summation of the most recent research in an area vital to Velikovsky's work, written by an authority who participated in the Glasgow conference on his theories, it holds a special interest for readers of this journal. Turning to Chapter Eight, "The Stability and Evolution of the Solar System", we find Professor Roy considering the following question: .. . do the orbits [of the planets] alter slowly; or can sudden far-reaching changes occur in one or more of the planetary orbits, even to the extent of planets changing their order from the sun or colliding? His discussion of this ...
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