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421. Chaos and Creation by Alfred de Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... raft in order to float upon the ocean of "absolute reality." When a raft is leaking, construction must begin on a new one. At that moment new designs can be introduced. This book is designed to show that a typical scientist may hold untenable positions on five major issues: the ordering of the solar system; the genesis of God; the fashioning of the surface of the earth; the evolution of mankind; and the origins of culture. The chapters that are to come assert that all of these processes may have occurred in a short interval of time in association with a set of natural catastrophes. The world has changed by great abrupt movements. with ...
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422. Notices [Journals] [Kronos]
... of Worlds in Collision in Harpers; Lloyd Motz, Columbia University astronomer; William Mullen, classicist from Berkeley; C. J. Ransom and David Carlyle, the physicists who put together the 1971 bulletin, "Lunar Probes and Velikovsky's Advance Claims"; William Birenbaum, president, Staten Island Community College; and others. Velikovsky discusses the genesis of his ideas, sets forth the outlines of a catastrophe involving Saturn, reminisces concerning his debates with Einstein, and speaks of Freud's theories. \cdrom\pubs\journals\kronos\vol0803\iiinotce.htm ...
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... the fresh, sustained development of a theme that a newly written book ought to be. It is for all its unity, a collection of occasional essays. There would have been nothing amiss with its being so if it had been presented as such.... As it is, however, we must discover for ourselves the true genesis and construction of the book. We must learn from the copyright page that portions of it have previously appeared in a variety of publications.... Most irritating of all, we must discover from the slow pace of the language and the high ratio of verbiage to thought (as well as sentences that strain to relate the particular ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 13  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0602/072heret.htm
424. The Answer to Clapham's Question: Revise! [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... - strongly suggest that the Biblical flood was an historical event that took place around 1700 BC, a time frame one can also reach via Biblical genealogies using an estimate of thirty years to a generation.54 The physical evidence suggests that this Flood took place in the Indus Valley and devastated the Harappan Civilization, which most certainly was the pre-deluvian Genesis civilization beginning with Cain and Seth.55 There is also strong reason to believe that the accounts of the dispersion through at least the sons of Yaktin (Joctan) are reasonably accurate and in a proper chronological time frame. What remains uncertain is (i ) how closely the Biblical descriptions of persons and events from Abraham through the early ...
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425. Horizontal Landslides During the 1960 Chile Earthquake [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... location. Next to the conventional hypotheses of compression and of gravity flow (écoulement par gravité), we are led to consider henceforeward the possibility that they were formed during world quakes. I think this is the mechanism responsible at least for those nappes without roots piles of layers whose provenance can no longer be identified. So far, their genesis has remained a mystery. The importance of earthquakes as an agency in geomorphology, seclimentology and tectonics now seems established beyond reasonable doubt, and it would be interesting to examine a host of unexplained features of land forms, sediments and foldmountains in the light of the lessons taught by the Chile earthquake. REFERENCES Oulianoff N., 1960. ...
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426. Big-Jaw Varlamoff is Dead [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... than with his employers. With all his weight - almost 110 kg - he was a field geologist to be reckoned with, who surpassed most of us when it came to forest-walking or to descending in a 10- or 20-meter prospecting pit on a vine-ladder. He made pioneer studies of the tin deposits of the Zaire Republic, of the genesis of tin minerals, and of pegmatite classification, most of which were published in bulletins of the Geological Survey of Belgium. In 1961 he changed country once more, when he became technical advisor to the U.N . Development Programme, based in New York. On the 10th of April 1976, he suddenly died of a heart ...
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427. Free the Crust from Mantle Surfdom [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... - are still making unprovable and undisprovable nature-myths instead of making hypotheses that can be checked directly? The answer is that schemes of tectonics never can be made directly verifiable until we have rejected the fundamental root of conventional tectonics; to wit, the activemantle paradigm, which, briefly, is the idea that what happens to the crust has its genesis, its causes, underneath the crust, where they can never be observed. If you cannot observe them, you could either ignore them or worship them, but either action would be incoherent with the rest of natural science. A naive branch of the activemantle paradigm involves the belief that tectonic movements are Acts of God, and persons ...
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428. James E. Strickling's Origins [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... ? Darwinism: A Barrier To Evolution Noah's Flood: A Problem For Both Camps PART TWO: Origins And Nonorigins: New Perspectives The Signature of Catastrophe: The Origin and Nonorigin of The Geological Record The Path of Life: A History of Interruption Whence Homo? The Origin of Language The Mysterious Origin of the Moon- and the Nonmoon of Genesis In the Beginning The Origin of the Races of Homo Sapiens: A Case of Rapid Divergent Nonevolution The Tower of Babel and the Catastrophic Nonorigin of Language Diversity Sodom, Gomorrah, and the Electrological Origin of The Dead Sea Depression Archaeo-electrics: A Once-occasional Factor in The Origin of Holy Writ Afterword, The Uncertain Depth of History Appendix: Archaeo-electrics ...
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429. Editorial [Journals] [SIS Review]
... : Gordon B. Dow, Rt. 1 Box 164-B, Babson Park, Florida 33827, would like to start a personal correspondence with a member in the UK, with a view to exchanging "thoughts, ruminations, speculations, etc." on all aspects of Velikovsky's theories. His special interest concerns the relationship of catastrophes to the genesis of religions. \cdrom\pubs\journals\review\v0105\01edit.htm ...
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430. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... excellent facilities of the Life Sciences building, conveniently situated outside Nottingham so no one got lost or delayed in the city centre, and we got off to a good start with the now familiar figure of Milton Zysman. Milton actually thanked us for giving him the incentive to work through his last ten years of research for his opus on Unravelling Genesis, focussing on the evolutionary aspects of catastrophism, which Velikovsky had thought might prove to be the most valuable contribution his seminal work would leave to science. This chapter of Milton's work, entitled The Divine Spark, led on from his previous talk to the Society in which he had described his theories of Earth accreting material as it repeatedly ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 12  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/w1991no1/01news.htm
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