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211. Towards a New Evolutionary Synthesis [Books]
... section was an expanded version of an essay by the same author (entitled `Creation science - the ultimate fraud') which was included in Darwin up to Date [5 : pp. 7-11]. Creation Science was (and is), of course, an attempt to provide scientific backing for a literal interpretation of the book of Genesis, showing that each species was created intact at the beginning of time only a few thousand years ago. According to Ruse, the adherents of Creation Science no longer took the line of Philip Gosse that fossils had been put into rocks by God to test our faith; instead, they now tried to explain everything in terms of Noah's ...
212. Scientific Dating Problems: The Radiometric Dating Of Earth's Rocks [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , within the granite, of 238U contained in the primordial gas mixture. As the geological consensus is unwilling to abandon any of these doctrines, it maintains them in the face of indisputable contrary evidence. Dr. Gentry's doctrine has the merit of simplicity but is equally unsatisfying. He maintains that our galaxy and solar system, Earth and its Genesis rocks', were all formed by supernatural creation about 6,000 years ago: the parentless polonium halos are God's fingerprints in the Genesis rocks. After detailed theoretical analysis, Professor Norman Feather reported in 1978 to the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Two suggestions have been made for the origin of Po-haloes in old mica [secondary origin ( ...
213. Paleoclimatology and Infrared Radiation Traps: Earth's Antediluvian Climate [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... back radiation were overwhelmingly dominant in comparison with solar radiation received at the Earth's surface, then a uniform temperature could be sustained with little or no need for winds and ocean currents. The climatic models of two authors will be examined in general, and then I will propose a third possibility. The Morris Canopy Henry M. Morris has interpreted Genesis 1:7- the waters above the firmament- as "invisible water vapor, translucent to the light from the stars, but productive of a marvelous greenhouse effect...preventing air mass circulation" and further as "a vast thermal blanket of water vapor somewhere above the troposphere."2 Morris' canopy is thus lofty ...
214. Nova of Super Uranus and Ejection of the Moon [Books] [de Grazia books]
... thousand suns (possibly the electric arc), whence came Brahma, who acquired Purusha's powers as Lord of the Universe (and whom we shall identify below as Super Saturn) (Cardona, 1978a, p43). The cracking of the Cosmic Egg may represent the sight of a fissioning Super Uranus in human memory. The Hebrew Book of Genesis begins with a primordial light that did not have the company of the celestial bodies until "the fourth day". This may have been "lightness" or "a light". The deity may have been Super Uranus, who first gave "lightness" and then "a light" of himself. Some (e .g ...
215. Father Kugler's Falling Star [Journals] [Kronos]
... the reign during which the observations may have been made. Kugler did not confine his writing to the one area, but found the fruits of his researches useful across a wide field. Early in his career he took up the cudgels against the Berlin Assyriologist Delitzsch, who had suggested that the Biblical account of the Creation and other events in Genesis had been taken over from Assyrian mythology. Rebutting this to his satisfaction produced two books drawing on his growing command of his subject: Babylon und Christentum: Die Angriffe Delitzschs auf das Alte Testament (Babylon and Christianity: The Attacks of Delitzsch on the Old Testament, 1903) and Die Gotter Babyloniens und das Neue Testament (The Gods ...
216. KA [Books]
... . Two great floods, that of Deucalion, and that of Ogyges, were sent by Zeus to punish the human race for its wickedness. The sea is described as a "tear of Kronos" in Plutarch's Isis and 0siris, 364. The source of the floods may well be the waters above the firmament; vide Old Testament: Genesis 1:7 . The succession Ouranos- Kronos- Zeus has a parallel in Hittite myth, where it is Anu, Kumarbi (Kronos), and the storm god Zas. Anu had previously driven out Alalu, the first king of heaven. Q-CD vol 12: KA, Ch. 6: Sky Links 88 At Ugarit, ...
217. The Demands of the Saturnian Configuration Theory [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is that during a time remembered as the beginning', Earth was engulfed in darkness. Time and again we are told that in the beginning' there was no Sun, no Moon, no stars. The planetary god of beginnings, we are told ad nauseam, ruled alone and in darkness. Whether we turn to the pages of Genesis or to the ancient Egyptian myths of creation, the message is always the same; whether we seek the first appearance of the Hebrew Elohim or the Egyptian Atum, it is always stated that the god existed alone in darkness. It is the same in the ancient texts of India, not only among the Hindus but even among the ...
218. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Two [Books]
... recall (Part 1, p.71) that one of V's catastrophic sources was a political dialogue of Plato's. Here we have another unlikely source of catastrophism- an essay on vegetarianism. As might be expected, therefore, the source is not a terribly convincing one when its proper context is taken into account. Plutarch's theme is the genesis of man as a meat eater, and the full context of V's extract is the following passage: "And truly, as for those people who first ventured upon eating of flesh, it is very probable that the whole reason of their so doing was scarcity and want of other food; for it is not likely that their living ...
219. Star Names: Their Lore and Meaning [Books]
... now, with the hope that my work, even with its imperfections, may serve to foster a more intelligent interest in the nomenclature and It archaeology of practical astronomy," I submit it to all lovers of the stars. RICHARD HINCKLEY ALLEN. MEADOW VIEW, CHATHAM, NEW JERSEY, February 16,1899 HE MADE THE STARS ALSO GENESIS i, 16 STARS INDEED FAIR CREATURES BE HONEST GEORGE WITHER MAKE FRIENDSHIP WITH THE STARS MRS. SIGOURNEY References. 1. It is greatly to be regretted that our dictionaries are, without exception, singularly unsatisfactory as to star-titles, being always deficient and too often erroneous. The recent Century Cycloedia of Names, however, contains the most ...
220. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... have read Alfred de Grazia's book, CHAOS AND CREATION and I expect it will receive the same treatment from the establishment scientists as did Velikovsky's books. I agree with many of his theories as I have always thought that the large planets could have made the second part, with the Sun, of a binary system which is hinted at in Genesis 1:3 and 1:14-17, but I am not happy with de Grazia's theory of a Magnetized Gas Tube connecting the Sun and Super-Uranus in which the smaller planets revolve (p .90, figure 9). It seems to me that the Earth, Mars and Mercury could still have revolved round the Sun or, as ...
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