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431. Brains Trust - Chronology and Ancient History [Journals] [SIS Review]
... contains much compelling mythological material in its 4 volumes. 2nd Brains Trust Chair: D Salkeld Panel W Thornhill, E Cochrane, D Cardona, T Palmer Q1. The geological process of chalk formation and mountain building takes millions of years. Were these affected by Velikovsky's last catastrophe of around 3,500 years ago? Also, how could ... , by heat and pressure applied over millions of years. How could this have occurred within the electric universe and by extra-terrestrial deposition? Wal Thornhill said he is not a geologist and can only provide pointers as to what should be looked at but electrical activity occurs within as well as above the earth. It is possibile that earthquakes and volcanoes ...
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432. Thoth Vol III, No. 10: July 30, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... is particularly the case when a distinctive sequence appears globally. When we find stratification on the Moon and smaller, tectonically inert and unweathered objects we should be highly sceptical of geological models of their formation. .. . On 2 June this year, a NASA report said: .. . Hammergren found that very elongated asteroids are never seen ... Tutankhamen's tomb that is made of such glass. Walter Alter had written about this subject on 7 April and it was reprinted in Thoth III-8: .. . An Italian geologist has taken a close look at the beautiful translucent scarab in a pectoral, or necklace, found by Howard Carter among the treasures of Tutankhamen. Carter thought the scarab ...
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... ', which , in those days, it was. This policy was continued by his successor and this approach was continued until Alasdair Beal became editor and agreed to publish Geological Genesis' which contained all of the material omitted from The Primordial Light'. It would have been better to have published both articles one after the other as the ... hallmarks of a fulgamite - the raised blister seen on lightning conductors after a strike. Circularity of scarring is diagnostic of the effects of electrical spark-machining' of a surface. Geologists have admitted that they are unable to reproduce the characteristics of impact' craters by firing hyper-velocity projectiles into targets or by using explosions. Bodies entering the Earth's electrical environment ...
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434. Free the Crust from Mantle Surfdom [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... From: Catastrophist Geology Year 2 No. 1 (June 1977) Home | Issue Contents Free the Crust from Mantle Surfdom Phillip T. Flowler Reprinted, by permission of the International Stop Continental Drift Society (Star Route 21, Winthrop WA 98862,USA), from ISCDS Newsletter 1(1 ): 5-6 (1977). ... category as angels. However they are phrased, all active-mantle schemes are invested with the faith that tectonic-magmatic events have no tangible causes; they just happen, and all that geologists can do is to observe their consequences. We are kinematical zombies condemned perpetually to map uncaused motions in an incoherent limbo where the laws of physics do not apply. ...
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435. Thoth Vol II, No. 9: May 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... whether craters on the Moon were of volcanic or impact origin is an indication that we should be careful about attributing mechanisms based on incomplete knowledge of our own planet and its geological history. Professor V R Baker writes in The Channels of Mars, p.14: "The new frontier of geomorphology lies in the comparative study of planetary surfaces ... have shown in The Electric Universe, these features are all easily explained by the electric arc model. And that is the point of departure between my interpretation and that of geologists. Geologists are restricted in their models to tectonic, volcanic or impact forces. I have one more model in my repertoire which actually embodies some of the features of ...
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... that the same questions are found again in one field and in the other. But nature did not divide science into departments. This is an artificial division between crystallography and geology and paleontology and climatology . . . and astronomy and celestial mechanics. They are all combined . . . The same problems repeat themselves from one place to another. ... akin to the biblical story of Creation, that the solar system has remained unchanged since it was created eons ago, and their assumption has of necessity determined the views of geologists and historical biologists. This dogma, being basically of theological and not scientific nature, is grounded itself on fear, as Galileo and Laplace have pointed out. The ...
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437. A Catastrophic Calendar [Books] [de Grazia books]
... end foretold to the present age of Solaria, which began about 1,600 years ago. This calendar takes up 14,000 years of time, and corresponds in geology to the holocene epoch. The solar system was transformed; so were in consequence the surface of the earth, the atmosphere, life and humanity. The transformations took ... dominant in archaeology and paleo-anthropology today. Archaeologists and historians have coined hundreds of local designations that are poorly coordinated, even after strenuous and painstaking field and museum studies. Like geologists, they have produced a surfeit of types in order to make local distinctions, and in the process have hampered theoretical integration. All of the most ancient peoples reported ...
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438. The Scientific Mafia [Journals] [Pensee]
... Venus as a planet after a period in which earth, sea and sky were convulsed. The next few years saw the publication of his Earth in Upheaval, which assembles geological, paleontological, and archaeological evidence for the same theory; and of Ages in Chaos, Velikovsky's revised chronology of Egyptian history (which he needs to shorten by 500 ... energetic attempt to stop the publisher, Macmillan, from publishing the book. He arranged for denunciations of the book, still before its appearance, by an astronomer, a geologist, and an archaeologist, in a learned journal. None of them had read the book. When it did appear, denunciatory reviews were arranged, again, in ...
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... had been several times closer to the Sun, that implies a very different Earth-Sun distance, and a drastically different climate. Velikovsky saw this as no problem: "The geological record documents extreme climates for Earth's past in times when corals grew in the Arctic, and at times when Earth, partly even on the equator, was fettered by ... ago, probably closer to the second figure." [6 ] If the Atlantic Ocean is only a few thousand years old, and not some 200 million years as geologists would have it, one might ask what marine sediments from the Jurassic (which came to a close about 135 million years ago) are doing on the seafloor. ...
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440. Obituary: Derek Scott Allan (1917-2000) [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Derek initially studied law (his father's choice) but switched to the natural sciences, gaining an MA in 1939. At Cambridge, he developed an intense interest in glacial geology and the vexed problem of permanently refrigerated carcasses of mammoths and coeval animals in Arctic Siberia and Alaska. At Cambridge Derek met his wife Rosemary. He was articled to ... he spent hours in the university libraries and corresponded with authorities like S.K . Runcorn, Adrian Scheidegger and Carl Sagan. On the mammoths' front, he investigated geologically-recent palaeontology and on the cartographic' front the geography and associated myths' of classical literature. Derek meticulously recorded his library trawlings' in a series of foolscap notebooks. ...
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