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261. Nemesis for Evolutionary Gradualism? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1983 have also been found to be enriched with iridium . It is known that the great Deccan flood basalts in India were erupted in a short period of geologic time coincident with the C-T boundary , as were others, but the crater produced by the proposed missile could have been deep enough to generate vulcanism directly ... been interpreted as indicating the gradual replacement of dinosaurs by mammals, the process starting before the end of the Cretaceous Period and going on into the Tertiary. However, the geologist Jan Smit and colleagues have argued that channels from the time of the Tertiary which cut through the C-T boundary have led to stratigraphic inaccuracies. They consider that all the ...
262. Comments: on the First Issue [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No. 2 (Dec 1976) Home | Issue Contents Comments: on the First Issue We did not find any articles suitable for our abstracting and indexing purposes in it Chemical Abstracts Service Columbus, Ohio / USA Please don't resort to refutations and namecalling, as some other journals did. They presented no ... about 9 inches). The goddess sates herself on this blood', and intoxicated she returns to heaven having forgotten her task(8 ) . I realise that most geologists will not for a moment consider that such myths which are merely a few examples from a vast corpus of evidence are of any value to his field, or that ...
263. Bombarded Earth by René Gallant [Books]
... S.W .1 . Bombarded Earth By René Gallant CONTENTS Introduction Foreword by Prof. Theodore Monod Author's Preface PART I Slow Evolution And Its Problems Chapter 1: The Geological History of the Earth Chapter 2: Palaeontology and Evolution Chapter 3: A Few Question Marks PART II A working hypothesis: The theory of impact.Chapter 1: ... in abrupt and permanent climatic changes. If this is so (and Gallant's evidence cannot simply be dismissed or explained away by any unbiased reader), geophysicists, oceanographers, geologists, palaeontologists, archaeologists-and, indeed, all scientific specialists concerned with Earth-history-will have to look again critically at some of their basic conceptions, established long since on the assumption ...
264. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... . 50 Normal tectonic theory posits continents growing slowly and steadily by the addition of sedimentary or crustal plate material at their edges. Now, however, a study of the geology and palaeobiology of the rocks of western North America has led a group of scientists to the conclusion that more than 25% of the region has grown in rapid episodes ... and Oil Deposition source: Science & Technology newsletter 54 (1982), p. 2 In the Huqf Desert of Oman there has been a recent spectacular discovery which provides geologists with a convincing link between the complex oil reservoirs of the region and the effects of glaciation. Outcrops have been found in the Desert which date from the Early Permian ...
265. The Causal Source for the Geological Transients at 2300BC [Journals] [SIS Review]
... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1999:1 (Jul 1999) Home | Issue Contents The Causal Source for the Geological Transients at 2300BC by Moe Mandelkehr Summary The geological disturbances on the Earth at 2300BC took the form of crustal movements, sea level changes, earthquakes and geomagnetic phenomena. The most likely scenario is that these effects ... numbers. However these values are comparable, for example, with rate of rise of oceanic crust uplift after the last major Ice Age and are definitely important values to the geologist. 25. Z Kukal, The Rate of Geological Processes', Earth Sciences Review, Vol. 28 (1990), p. 52. 26. Ibid ...
266. The Prophecy In Paleontology [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... between the account presented by paleontology and that given in Genesis. This observation has been made in the day-age theory, one of several theories which attempt to reconcile Genesis with geology.5 Earth science teaches that geological history falls into five major stages. Leaving aside the first day, on which only light was created (this being thus a ... the later four Gospels of the New Testament, each telling the story in its own way.25 There is indeed a curious parallel between the categories of time employed by geologists to divide the earth's paleontological record and those conventionally adopted in history to divide the human record. In each case there is an early period of controversial length which acts ...
267. Articles on Other Magazines [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No. 2 (Dec 1976) Home | Issue Contents Articles on Other Magazines Kennett J P Thunell R.C . , 1975: Global increase in Quaternary explosive volcanism. Science 187: 497-503. Wetzel R.M ., et al., 1975: Catagonus, an extinct' peccary, ... SSI-2JY. September 15-16. International Association of Engineering Geology, Symposium on Landslides and other Mass Movements. Prague. Write to: Ing.Antonin Svatoi, CSc, Stavebni geologie, Gorkiho némésti 7, 113 09 Praha Czechoslovakia. September 23-26. Third Meeting of Geological Societies of the British Isles, University College of Swansea. One of the ...
268. The Rotating Crust. Ch.8 Poles Displaced (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... lines ' K. A. Pauly, propagates the idea offered, or revived, by the astronomer A. E. Eddington in his paper, "The Borderland of Geology and Astronomy." According to Eddington, the ice ages were caused by the shifting of the earth's outer crust over its interior as a result of tidal friction or ... the well-reasoned principle of a change of latitudes or the direction of the axis as the cause of the ice ages, was here undertaken to make clear that thoughtful researchers among geologists, climatologists, and astronomers were unsatisfied with views that would not solve the problem of the geographical distribution of the ice cover in the past, a point of which ...
269. Arctic Muck [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... , the number of the remains, and their universal distribution, contrast notably with the scarcity and local character of the debris of mammals in other sub-aerial beds, on other geological horizons, and point, there, as here, to their having been the victims of a catastrophe. The unweathered bones, the intact skeletons, the crowds of ... derived from massive erosion of higher grounds and with steeper slopes. However, its depth in some places, and over enormous areas, has always caused even the most open-minded geologists to boggle. The Russians, who own the major land areas covered by this substance have conducted prolonged studies on it for [over] half a century, and ...
270. The Planet Earth, Prologue Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... world, which were not at that time also visited by cataclysms. He could not find the cause of these cataclysms. He saw in their traces "the problem in geology it is of most importance to solve," but he realized that "in order to resolve it satisfactorily, it would be necessary to discover the cause of these ... was then uplifted and cut into by rivers, giving the Atlantic coastal plain of the United States. Why was it uplifted? To the westward are the Appalachians. The geologist tells us of the stressful times when a belt of rocks extending from Alabama to Newfoundland was jammed, thrust together, to make this mountain system. Why? How ...
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