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501. Society News: SIS Autumn Conference 2000 [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , getting incredible comments from the peers' who were supposed to review them. He told us that one of them was finally published by the Armenian astronomical journal whose editor showed the intellectual openness one would expect from all his colleagues: he did not agree with Arp's findings but he agreed that they needed to be given an airing. The evolution of galaxies and quasars was summarised by Arp in saying that when first ejected, the quasars have a high redshift, which then drops and they develop into companion galaxies, developing into stronger X-ray sources and then ejecting material themselves. For someone without any astronomical background, this seems eminently logical and sensible but it does not look like that ...
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502. Impact Geology (Review)ed [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... love- a love broad enough to include Cartesian mechanism, uniformitarianism, and multi-billion year chronology. And Kelly would love to have us believe that long periods of uniformity were periodically interrupted by world-shaking asteroid impacts. One senses some sort of catastrophism. But the chronology and basic scientific paradigm he endorses is the same gradualism foisted on science by Darwinian evolution, with its frank outlawry of catastrophic events! Kelly eclectically chooses the kind of catastrophes he can live with, generally endorsing many gradualistic beliefs of the dominant orthodoxies. While he accepts continental drift, oddly enough, he faults plate tectonics. He would have the reader believe that an isolated impact caused the earth to acquire the wobble associated ...
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503. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. II No. 3 (Feb 1977) Home | Issue Contents Contributors H. James Birx (Ph.D ., SUNY-Buffalo); Dr. Birx is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Canisius College, Buffalo, and is the author of Philosophy of Evolution (1972) and Man's Place in the Universe (1977). Dr. Birx has also contributed numerous articles and reviews to various professional journals and publications. Alfred de Grazia (PhD., Univ. of Chicago) - Dr. de Grazia is Professor of Social Theory and Political Psychology at N. Y. U. and was founder and editor of the American Behavioural Scientist. He ...
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504. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the surface of loess nodules indicating that they fell from above along with the silt. Janet's New Catastrophism Page (see page 9). Contents About the SIS; How to Join Editorial .. 1 World Wide Web focus .. Alan Alford's The Phoenix Solution .. 2 Proceedings of the 2nd SIS Cambridge Conference .. 3 Catastrophism and Evolution .. 3 The Mapmakers from the ice age .. 4 The Green: Mythological Booklist .. 5 SIS Silver Jubilee Event .. 5 Graham Hancock Position Statement .. 6 Graham Hancock's Heaven's Mirror .. 6 The Center for Archaeoastronomy .. 7 Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy Conference .. 7 Velikovsky's Water Mountain(s ) .. ...
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505. News in Brief [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... SIS Workshop No. 2 (July 1978) Home | Issue Contents News in Brief TWO of Britain's leading astronomers, Sir Fred Hoyle and Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, have complained to the Prime Minister that the scientific establishment are obstructing their research work because it challenges the Darwinian doctrine of the Earthly origins of life". According to these astronomers, evolution began on comets and is a continuing process even now. Their research has suggested that "recent epidemic diseases, including last winter's Red Flu outbreak, have come from outer space". The S.R .C . has denied this accusation, however, and stated that their grant application has been refused because "it did not ...
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506. Astronomer Sees Red [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 2000:2 (Dec 2000) Home | Issue Contents Astronomer Sees Red CCNet, 25 May 2000 Astronomers from Northern Arizona University and the University of Oklahoma have made a startling find on the ragged edge of the solar system that may provide an important clue to the origin and evolution of the solar system. This discovery is published in the Oct. 26 issue of Nature. Stephen Tegler, associate professor of physics and astronomy at NAU, and William Romanishin, associate professor of physics and astronomy at Oklahoma, have been using the largest telescope in the world, the Keck 10-m telescope in Hawaii to measure the surface colors of Kuiper belt objects, ...
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... from the time of her birth from Jupiter until the great catastrophe about -1450. At that time, presumably thousands of years after eruption from Jupiter, the peoples of the world saw two deities: the light-god, according to Velikovsky the "head" of the "comet" and the serpent, its "tail". But considering the evolution the protoplanet must have undergone since its eruption, the term "comet" does not seem appropriate. It is inconceivable, for example, that the body of the protoplanet would not have drawn surrounding matter closely around or onto itself; or lost other matter into space or, due also to its paramagnetic properties (at temperatures above Curie-point ...
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... . 2. November 1976 Texts Home | Kronos Home KRONOS A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis Vol. II, No. 2. November 1976 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Analysis of the Babylonian Observations Lynn E. Rose & Venus Raymond C. Vaughan 27 "Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System Robert W. Bass 46 The Origin and Evolution of the Comets and Other Small Bodies in the Solar System S. K Vsekhsvyatskii 55 Alexander at the Oracle Immanuel Velikovsky 68 Conditioning, Coping, and Concepts A. Mann Paterson 77 Sin and the Control System John V. Myers 91 Were All Dinosaurs Reptiles? Immanuel Velikovsky 101 The God-Kings & the Titans: A Review Roger W. ...
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509. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... usually associated with volcanic areas, explaining the fire and brimstone. Chemical analysis of asphalt and bitumen from Egypt indicates that these widely used materials were obtained from the Dead Sea area, indicating that the two cities were important trade centres and explaining why they would have been built at the edge of the Dead Sea in an agriculturally poor area. EVOLUTION Protein Patterns Science Frontiers 136, Jul-Aug. 01, p. 3 It seems the pattern of protein folding can be classified into distinct structural families, just as the more simple forms of crystals can. The obvious conclusion is that even complex structures form according to physical laws and that forms can only evolve along certain, almost predestined, ...
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510. A paradigm's worth of difference? [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ? Understanding the impasse over modern human origins. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 1997, Vol.40, pp.113-138. University of Texas, Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Arlington, TX 76019. USA. The modern human origins debate within paleoanthropology has become polarized between two dominant models, Recent African Origin (RAO) and Multiregional Evolution (MRE). The debate has persisted and shows no sign of resolution despite the incorporation of new data and dates during the past decade. We examine the reasons for this stalemate, focusing on the presentation of these models by their principal advocates, Christopher Stringer and Milford Wolpoff. In particular, we consider whether the RAO-MRE dispute is ...
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