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... second conceptual change remains the lack, even after 30 years, of a consensus of the effects of meteoritic impact on life on earth. The other extraordinary feature in the rise of such impactological' science, at least as viewed from Europe, is how very North Americano-centric it has been. By contrast, the book Bombarded Earth , whose genesis and reception I shall be describing, was one of the first European works in this field. This paper will outline how and why Gallant became a catastrophist and will discuss, so far as the record allows, the making of his book and its impact, or rather, as my title indicates, its lack of impact. In ...
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... distinguish between two possible modes of origin for a known deposit. A detailed investigation of this specific case is of the utmost interest since it shows the limits to which petrofabric techniques can be applied. Vast deposits of gravel occur at Corran Ferry, which forms a partial barrier to Loch Linnhe, Invernesshire, Scotland. Several decades ago, the genesis of these gravels formed the subject of a petrofabric investigation by S. B. McCann.(15) The consensus of geological opinion was that the gravels were formed from the remnants of outwash material, deposited by fast flowing streams, that issued from the Ice Age Loch Linnhe Glacier. A minority opinion considered that the gravels could have ...
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193. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . Nisir and Nasar are cognate. (2 ) TO MAKE A SACRIFICE. In Akkadian and Chaldean, the consonants N' S' and R', in that order, comprise a verb meaning to make a sacrifice'. An altar of sacrifice is one of the first things Noah undertook upon disembarking from the Ark according to the Genesis record. (3 ) MT. JUDI. Whatever his source, Mohammed wrote in the decade of 620 AD in his Koran that the Ark landed on Mt. Judi. Fasold's site is Mt. Cudi' in Turkish. The Turkish letter C' is pronounced like the J' in English. Mt. Cudi is Mt. ...
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... October 30, Tel Aviv, where they established their new home. 1. 1IVP 2. 2IVP 3. 3IVP 4. 4IVP; Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (Garden City, 1950), pp. 220-226. 5. 5IVP 6. 6IVP 7. 7Encyclopedia Judaica; IVP 8. 8IVP 9. 9I. Velikovsky, "Genesis of the First Jerusalem Scripta'" The Jewish Quarterly 26 (1978), p. 16. 10. 10IVP 11. 11IVP 12. 12O. Friedrich, Before the Deluge: A Portrait of Berlin in the 1920's (New York, 1972), pp. 11, 118. 13. 13Ibid., pp. 7-8 ...
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... undertaking, After publication it became impossible to get the second part of the article published. Malcolm Lowery, our first editor, decided that part two was too speculative', which , in those days, it was. This policy was continued by his successor and this approach was continued until Alasdair Beal became editor and agreed to publish Geological Genesis' which contained all of the material omitted from The Primordial Light'. It would have been better to have published both articles one after the other as the American researchers were confining their Saturnian publications to mythology in the main and Harold felt at that time, in the early seventies, it was important to get something physical and scientific ...
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... . Under such circumstances, is it not conceivable that our Cro-Magnon forbearers descended rather than ascended to the Stone Age? If we are willing to consider this interpretation as a possibility, then we are in position to view the paradise myths in a new light. The most familiar of the paradise myths is contained in the first two chapters of Genesis. And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed. And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree ...
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... an unpolluted atmosphere, and the magnetic field should be increased. This suggestion offers a possible answer to Rose's question about whether the Adam to Noah and Arphaxad to Terah people were different from present generations for genetic reasons and/or for environmental reasons. The fundamental premise on which this paper's hypothesis rests are that the descriptions of life span in Genesis are approximately accurate, planetary exchange of charges occurred as Velikovsky described, charges and the field gradient dissipate as a function of time, and there exist effects due to planetary electrical characteristics. REFERENCES 1. Hatch, T., Arch. of Environ. Health, 11:302-310, 1965. 2. White, K.L ...
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198. The Earth Chronicles (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Egypt, back to Jacob's birth in 1963 B.C ., to Isaac, and finally the birth of Abraham in 2123 B.C .- which fits with the presence of Abraham during Shulgi's rule. Thus Abraham was 75 when Shulgi fell; the Bible also states he was 75 when Yahweh told him to depart from Harran (Genesis 12:4 ). Sitchin examines many sources which indicate that Abraham was a high Sumerian diplomat at this time, that he becomes a Semite potentate at his circumcision (Genesis 17:1-16), that he comes from a priestly family of royal blood, and that his father Terah was an Oracle priest. Readers nevertheless must study ...
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199. Rethinking Hatshepsut [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the TIP would reduce the XII dynasty to about 1700-1475BC. Joseph would have been the Vizier of Sesostris I, in whose reign there was a severe famine. Sesostris I is known to have had a vizier called Mentuhotep who held extraordinary authority. Pharaoh said, Only in regard to the throne will I be greater than you. ' [Genesis 41:40]. Breasted wrote, When he also held the office of chief treasurer, as did the powerful vizier Mentuhotep under Sesostris I, the account which he could give of himself... read like the declaration of the king's power' [5 ]. Genesis 41:42,43 says, And he had ...
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200. Book Reviews [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the advantage, points out Saurat, of preserving the Church's teaching contained in the encyclical Humani Generis' in which it is maintained that God directly creates the human soul whatever the development of man's body may have been. The sudden emergence of a being with a much higher intelligence does more than justice to the teaching which is based on the Genesis story of man's creation (at which time there was no such distinction made between man's body and soul, a teaching which emerged mainly from the Greek philosophers, notably Pythagoras.). Saurat writes, "Hence all at once, as Genesis tells us, MAN." Saurat makes the interesting, and surely valid, point that ...
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