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191. Sun's Rays to Roast Earth [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... disappear over the next 1,000 years. [. .] Earth's magnetic field has disappeared many times before - as a prelude to our magnetic poles flipping over, when north becomes south and vice versa, ' said Dr Alan Thomson of the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh. [. .] But now Gauthier Hulot of the Paris Geophysical Institute has discovered Earth's magnetic field seems to be disappearing most alarmingly near the poles, a clear sign that a flip may soon take place. ...
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192. NASA Astrophysics Data System Abstracts [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... at some Stonehenge-like observatories. In full at: http://adsbit.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-iarticle_query?bibcode=1998A%26AT...15..293Z Laboratory Experiments on Electrostatic Discharging in Martian Dust Devils and Dust Storms C. E. Krauss, M. Horányi and S. Robertson in American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2002, abstract #P51A-0338. Due to the prevalence of Martian dust devils and dust storms, an understanding of the underlying physics of electrical discharges occurring in Martian dust is critical to future Mars exploratory missions. When dust particles come into contact, charge can be transferred between the grains. Wind driven dust studies ( ...
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193. The Orientation of the Pyramids [Journals] [Pensee]
... Poles." In that book I also offer reasons why only the first kind of disturbance (shifting of the celestial pole) would be of stable nature. In Worlds in Collision I described both kinds of change in the direction of the axis and in the position of the poles; but in Earth in Upheaval, on the basis of geophysical facts, I ascribed lasting change only to the first kind of displacement, and changes of temporal character to the second. An application of force (or force field) on the globe creating any such displacement would result in stress in the terrestrial strata and in great earthquakes, and the question could be asked: How is it that ...
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194. Miscellaneous [Journals] [Pensee]
... , a rotation of only 0.1 minute. Earthquakes are considered, "but a single quake of unprecedented magnitude would be needed to move the pyramids by strain release." The scientists conclude that "continental drift is the most likely explanation, although somewhat implausible, especially as relevant measurements have been made over a 50-year period, whereas geophysical measurements of sea-floor spreading relate to million-year time scales." SCIENTISTS AND MEN. "I have been interested, for a long time, in the psychological process of discovery as the most concise manifestation of man's creative faculty- and in that converse process that blinds him towards truths which, once perceived by a seer, become so heartbreakingly obvious ...
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195. Scientists support Velikovsky [Journals] [SIS Review]
... views with data from meticulous observations of comets. Recently Mamedov (18) analysed the orbits of hypothetical comets that originated from Jupiter and also he (19) used computer calculations to modify and support Vsekhsvyatskii's theory of comet origin on or near the surface of Jupiter. In 1972, Cook (20), who is with the Department of Geophysics at the University of Edinburgh, published an article related to the internal structures of the Moon and planets. He concluded that although all planets are surrounded by different mantles they could have cores similar to that of the Earth. If this were the case, variations between the average densities of Jupiter and bodies expelled from Jupiter would not be ...
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196. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Canadian Rockies, and other geological data provide further support. Critical mathematical analysis of orthodox theory is provided throughout the book. The author was until 1970 Professor of Metallurgy at the University of Utah and is widely known for his contributions to leading scientific journals, which, in addition to those concerning his speciality, include articles on solid-state physics, geophysics, electro-thermodynamics, ion-exchange and quantum mechanics. DE SANTILLANA, G. & H. VON DECHEND: Hamlet's Mill: An Essay on Myth and the Frame of Time (MacMillan, 1970) An exploration of the origins of human knowledge in the archaic, pre-literate world. The authors utilise a huge range of sources to establish that the ...
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197. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... figure prominently in this section starting with the pioneering work of Lockyer and others and going up to C. A. Newham's article on Stonehenge in Nature (1966). (Thom does not appear in this volume). The two volumes of Strange Phenomena (which are not to hand), are uniform with the above and cover curious geophysical events, including giant hailstones ball lightning, falls of fish, luminous portents of earthquakes, the Andes glow et al. Full bibliographical details are given for each item and the sections of each book are classified and thoroughly indexed by author and subject. The books are in ring-binder format to allow further sections to be added as they are ...
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198. Focus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... which will appear with the following contents: "Catastrophist Geology" / Johan B. Kloosterman (= folder); Comments by Derek V. Ages, A. Brouwer, Georges Cuvier, V. Axel Firsoff, Pierre Routhier, Harold Tresman and others; "Scientific Censorship and Thought Control" by H. C. Medley; "Geophysical Time Series and Catastrophism", by Vít Klemes; "Actualism in Geology and in Geography", by W. J. Jong; "Ager's Neo-Catastrophism", by Jan Terasmae; "Ways of Thinking in Geology", by J.B . Kloosterman. The annual subscription (for 4 issues) is $10, with ...
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... views with data from meticulous observations of comets. Recently Mamedov (18) analysed the orbits of hypothetical comets that originated from Jupiter and also he (19) used computer calculations to modify and support Vsekhsvyatskii's theory of comet origin on or near the surface of Jupiter. In 1972, Cook (20), who is with the Department of Geophysics at the University of Edinburgh, published an article related to the internal structures of the Moon and planets. He concluded that although all planets are surrounded by different mantles they could have cores similar to that of the Earth. If this were the case, variations between the average density of Jupiter and bodies expelled from Jupiter would not be ...
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... Editor: Rosemary Burnard Editorial Associates: Geoffrey Gammon Martin Sieff Wal Thornhill Editorial Consultants: Dr John J. Bimson (Biblical Archaeology) Eric Crew, FIEE, FRAS (Physics) Dr John J. Fermor (Climatology) Hyam Maccoby, MA (Oxon) (Judaica) Dr Hugo Meynell (Philosophy of Science) Dr John Milsom (Geophysics) Michael Reade, DSC (Observational Astronomy) The S.I .S . Review is the quarterly journal of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, and is received free by all members of the Society. All enquiries should be addressed to: Bernard T. Prescott, 12 Dorset Road, Merton Park, London SW19 England/UK ...
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