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21. The Discovery Of Fossil Meteoritic Craters [Books]
... , Out of the Sky, ed. 1959, p. 205. 6. Gilbert, Presidential Address, Geological Society of Washington, 1896. It is now well known that important facts, then available in favour of the ... M. Barringer, 1929. 11. In the December issue, 1945, of Popular Astronomy, the American geologist H. Darton continued to reject the meteoritic origin of the Barringer Crater. 12. C. B. Beals ... Pallas gefundenen 3. and anderer ihr iihnlicher Eisenmassen, 1794. 4.A . De Lapparent, Traits de Geologie, 1900, vol. ii, p. 688. Huntington, Proceedings of American Academy of Arts and Science ...
22. Recent Finds In Geology. Ch.17 Supplement (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... From "Earth in Upheaval" © 1955 by Immanuel Velikovsky | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Recent Finds In Geology Archaeological evidence of continental upheavals in the second millennium having been presented in detail by Schaeffer, the evidence of geology ... the delta is estimated to be only 3 600 years old." A. de Lapparent, the leading French geologist of the beginning of the century, calculated that, since the time the Rhone glacier started to melt, less ... 3000 years have passed. Modern research confirms that many of the Alpine glaciers are less than 4000 years old. Professor Flint of Yale refers to the redetermination of the age of the Upper Great Gorge of Niagara Falls and writes ( ...
23. On the Disproportion between Geological Time and Historical Time. Part Two - of Earth, Fire and Water [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Catastrophism Review (1994) "Proceedings of the 1993 Cambridge Conference" Home | Issue Contents On the Disproportion between Geological Time and Historical Time. Part Two - of Earth, Fire and Water Steven J. Robinson Only two things ... have increased the reflection of solar radiation and also reduced temperatures . The Ice Age According to uniformitarian geologists the Ice Age comprised upwards of 15 glaciations, spaced about 100,000 years apart in the Pleistocene period and ... about 2 million years ago. One theorist puts the number of glaciations as high as 30 . These conclusions are based primarily on an analysis of temperature-related oxygen-isotope ratios in oceanic foraminifer shells, but as the conflicting conclusions ...
24. The Milankovitch Theory of the Ice Ages [Journals] [Kronos]
... conditions of insolation have upon climate. AN EXPLANANS IN SEARCH OF AN EXPLANANDUM For some decades, there was little geological evidence regarding the sequence of ice ages that the Milankovitch theory was designed to explain, and the theory remained an ... . In both cases, ideas that were once considered unworkable have been reexamined and enthusiastically embraced by later generations of geologists. One apparent difference between the two cases is that while almost all geologists accept the theory of continental drift, ... done by hand. The work of Milankovitch was incorporated by Köppen and Wegener in their book on Die Klimate der geologischen Vorzeit ( 1924), pages 207-214. (See Bruckner, "W . Köppen und A. Wegener über ...
25. An Integrated Model for an Earthwide Event at 2300 BC. Part II: The Geological Evidence [Journals] [SIS Review]
... X) Home | Issue Contents An Integrated Model for an Earthwide Event at 2300 BC. Part II: The Geological Evidence by M. M. MANDELKEHR M. M. Mandelkehr holds a B.Sc. and M. ... will start with one of the better documented areas - the eastern coastal region of North America. Several teams of geologists [2 ] have independently concluded that the Atlantic coast of the United States encountered differential warping starting some time around ... . Mook: Natural C-14 Variations and Consequences for Sea-Level Fluctuations and Frequency Analysis of Periods of Peat Growth', Geologie en Mijnbouw 60 (1981), p. 332 30. A. L. Bloom: Paludal Stratigraphy of ...
26. Scientific Prehistory [Books]
... Ordinary C-14 dating; Ages of Pharaohs; Zoser's Great Architect, Imhotep (Joseph?); ER Dating before the Flood and NER Dating after The Flood. Chapter III Geological Chronometry 23- 46 Dating by U-Th-Pb; Rb-Sr and K-Ar methods wrong; Zone melting; Natural non-radiogenic and non-radioactive abundance variations; Neutron-promoted lead transformations (NPLT), ... big crunch". Chapter VI Mantle Convection Currents 105- 115 Orowan article goes against MCC and my "Letter to the Editor", Scientific America. Articles with leading geologist, Dr. Armend J. Eardley; Opposition to Eardley collaboration among local geologists; Viscosity disproves MCC; Reviews of Ice Cap Model and the "Geologic Time Mental ...
27. Meteorite Impacts of Geological Significance: A Human Perspective [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... From: Catastrophism and Ancient History V:1 (Jan 1983) Home | Issue Contents Meteorite Impacts of Geological Significance: A Human Perspective Frank Dachille There is a slowly increasing awareness that collisions of large bodies with the Earth ... increase the number, methods like those being introduced by J. Saul  and by a team of geologists. Over the years I have come to view the fact of great collisions as the primum mobile ... , Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1963. 14. T. Kaliuve; "Die grossen Probleme der Geologie" F. Wasserman, Tallin-Reval, 1933, 111-125. 15. J.D . Hartung, Meteoritics, ...
28. Fossils In Florida. Ch.10 Thirty-five Centuries Ago (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... two thousand of which are known in the area. All these and other considerations of an anthropological as well as geological nature, being summed up, prove, in the opinion of I. Rouse, a recent analyst of the ... the sabre-toothed tiger, or have disappeared from the Americas, like the camel. The find caused immediate excitement among geologists and anthropologists. Beside the human bones pottery was found, as well as bone implements and worked stone. Ales ... . 2. "On the Association of Human Remains and Extinct Vertebrates at Vero, Florida," Journal of Geologv, XXV (1917). 3. J. W. Gidley, "Ancient man in Florida," ...
29. Poleshifts, Catastrophes, And Myths [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... at legends as unscientific, while themselves, postulating speculations not much more than legends." Allan 0 Kelly Impact Geology, (Encinitas, Calif., 1985) Page 15 The process of citing legends from oral and written ancient ... to be the only feasible explanation of some of the observed facts...."7 Some astronomers and geologists have not been timid and have now begun to say unabashedly that these megafauna were destroyed by cosmic catastrophes. Sir ... . 1-14. 13. Alexander Tollmann, E. Kristian-Tollmann, "The Flood Impact," Mitteilungen de oesterreichishen geologischen gesellschaft, Vol. 84 (1991), pp. 1-63. 14. Clube, Napier, The Cosmic ...
30. Mountain Thrusts In The Alps And Elsewhere. Ch.6 Mountains And Rifts (Earth In Upheaval) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Earth in Upheaval]
... to the height of the erratic boulders torn from the Alps and placed on the Jura Mountains. In the same geological epoch, between two advances of the ice cover, during an interglacial intermission, human beings must have occupied caverns ... inadequate to cause the observed amount of horizontal compression. Therein lies the real perplexity of the problem of mountain-making. Geologists have not yet found a satisfactory escape from this dilemma," says F. K. Mather of Harvard University ... , Biography of the Earth, in Science, January 16, 1942. 5. George McCready Price, Common-sense Geologv, p. 120, Idem, "The Fossils as Agemakers in Geology," Princeton Theological Review, Vol ...
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