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391. Science Frontiers [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... of Zeno; The Sunken Land of Buss and Other Phantom Islands. The Mammoth and the Flood: An Attempt to Confront the Theory of Uniformity with the Facts of Recent Geology by H.H . Howorth 1887, 498 pp., $23.50p. In this book, Howorth brought together evidence on recent catastrophic flooding on the ... 352 pp., $18.95p. Price was an early catastrophist at a time when uniformitarianism ruled with an iron fist. He systematically and rationally presented some of geology's major anomalies- particularly in stratigraphy. Chapter titles include: The Modern Onion-Coat Theory; "Deceptive Conformity"; Upside Down; Extinct Species; Skipping; Graveyards; ...
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392. Big-Jaw Varlamoff is Dead [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 1 No. 1 (June 1976) Home | Issue Contents Big-Jaw Varlamoff is Dead Born a Cossack in 1910, Nicolas Varlamoff used to tell that as a boy during a local war he nearly witnessed his grandfather's execution by hanging. Freed moments before the execution, it was his grandfather instead who hung the ... He was the type of man that has a better rapport with his employees 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 ...
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393. Worzel's Deep-Sea Ash is Volcanic [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 2 No. 1 (June 1977) Home | Issue Contents Worzel's Deep-Sea Ash is Volcanic Johan B. Kloosterman RIO DE JANEIRO In the December 76 issue of this journal I asked for additional information regarding a layer of white ash discovered in 1959 in the equatorial eastern Pacific (1 ). This discovery ( ... : 2137. Next Question The Tierra Blanca ash deposit of El Salvador "has been attributed to at least three separate volcanoes, but recent work by a team of German geologists indicates that the source was the caldera of Volcan Ilopango." (Trotter R.J ., 1977: Unravelling a Mayan Mystery. Sci.News Ill: ...
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... to palaeo-climatology, where it is believed that climates always changed gradually in the past. 2. It is generally accepted that the climatic changes and fluctuations can be explained by geological, meteorological, and astronomical factors. Man and animals are also considered to have played an important role in climatic changes. Geological factors have certainly brought about variations in ... single human brain could appreciate all the varied aspects of such an important question. Many books have been written on the subject and many more will yet be published. The geologist, the palaeontologist, the zoologist, the botanist, the archaeologist, the prehistorian, the anthropologist, the astronomer, and many others. all have something to say ...
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395. Minerals, Metals, Glazing and Man [Journals] [SIS Review]
... entirely new viewpoint, but which however is basic to it. The existing system is founded on divisions into stone, Copper, Bronze and Iron Ages, and yet the geological sources and the technology of the production of these materials have never before been correlated to the archaeological eras. The writer therefore presents a novel system based on the geological ... with metallic oxides. Such a system immediately shows up the anachronisms of accepted archaeological chronology, and technology when applied in this manner by a qualified archaeologist who is also a geologist and metallurgist shows that high technology originates outside the Fertile Crescent, and stands conventional thinking on its head. The Gordion Knot of Manetho's dynastic system is thus cut, ...
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396. Genesis and Extinction [Books] [de Grazia books]
... utterly silent as to what the cause of the evolution may have been. I have studied the country from which these bones came, and am able to make this suggestive geological commentary. Between each two successive forms of the horse there was a catastrophe which seriously altered the climate and configuration of the whole region in which these animals lived. ... which despite repeated extinctions, have led to new and different forms of life. Nonetheless, biological quantavolutions appear to have a large creative element. One of the rare early geologists to perceive this was Clarence King, and, in his attempt to assail evolution on its firmest historical ground, he penned several passages of beauty and importance [2 ...
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397. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... nullifying the value of all evidence within its sphere, can thus be neither proven nor disproven; beyond this, all is speculation. Bridge Problem From the Editor of CATASTROPHIST GEOLOGY Sir, I have read with interest the unsigned review of Catastrophist Geology on page 22 of your 1977 Summer issue. This letter is a reaction to the observation that ... Kuhn's sense, getting lost in technicalities without ever gaining a new insight. Freudian psychologists study Freud instead of the human psyche; sociologists study Marx or somebody else; uniformitarian geologists tend to study textbooks instead of earth history. Similarly, a Velikovskian study group is in danger of getting enmeshed in the study of Velikovsky. Fortunately, I have ...
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398. Letters [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 3 No. 1 (June 1978) Home | Issue Contents Letters On the topic of piezo-luminescence (" Earthquake Lights", CG 212: 6-8), I saw a very striking example in the Balmat Mine of St.Joe Minerals Corp., in northern New York State, U.S . ... bright right behind the point of the pick, and fading off away from it. These effects were best seen underground, with the miner's cap-lamp extinguished or averted. The geologist used the color test to identify rapidly the nature of the rock mixture at any point in the underground workings, during his mapping work. This was quite useful, ...
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399. Apophoreta - 6 [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 3 No. 2 (Dec 1978) Home | Issue Contents Apophoreta - 6 After a banquet in ancient Greece, guests used to receive some eatable or drinkable gifts, Apophoreta ( 'things to be carried off'), to take home. In the APOPHORETA column of this magazine, provocative hypotheses are ... During the classical period of Alpine geology, around 1900, the existence of nappes was after much controversy finally accepted and integrated in the then prevailing concepts of mountain building. Geologists at that time generally favoured the synthesis worked out by Eduard Suess in Das Antlitz der Erde: the slow contraction of a cooling Earth becoming manifest at its surface in ...
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... . Reviewed by Laurence Dixon This book looks at the way in which prevailing views of modes of global changes have changed dramatically over the years. The two main themes are geology and evolution; both highly contentious subjects as soon as the word catastrophe is mentioned. This book is a major contribution to knowledge in this area as befits an author ... , Moon and Mars. Changes in sea levels, climate and continental drift became respectable and even accepted remarkably quickly. All three new theories weakened the dominance of the gradualist geologists and similar changes happened in evolution with the contributions of Eldridge and Gould, which led to the theory of Punctuated Equilibria, in which long periods of gradual development are ...
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