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231. Velikovsky's 360 days/year calendar [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... from a few microns to nearly zero, and it is often difficult to decide whether one should be counted or not. Under these circumstances, it is notorious that total counts come out at what the investigators think they should be. The subjectiveness of such counts is highlighted by a report by R. G. Hipkin, an Edinburgh University geophysicist, that he counted 253 ridges and later 359 ridges in a repeat count of the same specimen. [Footnote 29: S. Warren Carey, "Criticisms of Earth Expansion," Theories of the Earth and Universe (Stamford, California, 1988), p. 196.]" From: P Metcalfe, P.Metcalfe ...
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... in the Venusian atmosphere "proves" that the Icarus articles by Sagan and Pollack(1-4) are precise predictions of a "verified" greenhouse effect on Venus.(5 ) Anyone who actually wishes to read the Icarus articles should procure the work edited by Jill Williams, and also keep by his side a copy of the Handbook of Geophysics and Space Environments, edited by Shea L. Valley (Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories, McGraw-Hill). Some perspective will then be maintained. The problem we have with Venus is not strictly mathematical. One could easily "assume" a collection of radiation absorption coefficients, interspersed with sophisticated remarks about "generous assumptions", and by ...
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233. The Electric Universe: Part I: Electrical Scarring [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Baltis Vallis is a 6800km rille of continuous width, and with signs of levied banks. There also appears to be a fulgamite (not fulgurite) scar, which has a characteristic raised mound. Fulgamite was coined by R. D. Hill in an article, "Determination of Charges Conducted in Lightning Strokes", in the Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 68, No. 5, p. 1365 (1 Mar 1963). Mars' Tharsis Tholus is an example of an electrical fulgamite scar. Mars also features fretted terrain, such as Labyrinthus Noctis which shows no signs of fluid flow, nor debris, and also shows overlapping circular pits. Nirgal Vallis is ...
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234. Carbon Dioxide Production by K-T Extinction Bolide [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Earth Planetary Science Letter, 60 (1982), 155-77. 3. DePaolo, Kyte, Marshall, O'Neil, Smit, Earth Planetary Science Letter, 64 (1983), 356-73. 4. Lange and Ahrens, Earth Planetary Science Letter, 77 (1986), 409-18. 5. Grady, Murri, DeCarli, Journal of Geophysical Research, 80 (1975), 4857-61. 6. Rigden, Ahrens, Stolper, Science, 226 (1984), 1071-74. 7. Alvarez, Alvarez, Asaro, Michel, Science, 208 (1980), 1095-1108. 8. O'Keefe and Ahrens, Lunar & Planetary Science, 19 (1988). 9. ...
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... ] are found to be two orders of magnitude below the detection threshold even with today's high precision Earth rotation measurements. However, it was calculated than an earthquake of only one tenth the size of the great 1960 Chile event, if it happened today, could be comfortably detected in polar motion observations." [9 ] It appears that geophysicists are now waiting for that big earthquake in order to observe a pole shift! This paper and its references may answer many of Barbiero's questions on the matter. Concerning GPS, orbit determinations include a determination of the position of Earth's rotational axis in the solid Earth (accurate to about 3cm or 0.001 arc-seconds) for the data ...
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236. The Latecoming Olduvai Gorge [Books] [de Grazia books]
... gave them datings of several hundred thousand years. 2. 83 Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull (Sept. 1972), 2549, at 2565. 3. Heirtzler, Dixon, Herron, Pitmann and Le Pichon, "Marine Magnetic Anomalies, Geomagnetic Field Reversals and Motions of the Ocean Floor and Continents," 73 J. Geophysical Res. (1968), 2119-36. 4. Sonia Cole, The Prehistory of E. Africa (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1964). 5. L. Leakey naively compares his "fort" to those erected by the Okombambi tribe today (vol. III, p. 24), a two-million year old tradition ...
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237. Thoth Vol II, No. 11: June 30, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... discharge lofts matter from the lower corona out to where it is picked up at 6 solar radii and accelerated by the solar electric field. The laboratory plasmoid also exhibited multiple strikes after the stored energy built to some critical breakdown level. This too is observed with CME's. I quote from the article by Quinn & Fiorito in the Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 72, No. 5, March 1, 1967, pp. 1611-1630; "The arcs themselves fall into two categories. The first type, which appeared to be the most violent and rapid, is a bright white arc usually found between 70 latitude, lasting the order of hundreds of milliseconds and following a ...
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... results served NASA in its appraisal of the contents of the clouds. Also G. Kuiper was unable to detect water on Venus. "Venus' spectrum [is] incompatible with the ice band . . ." (Kitt Peak National Observatory Contribution #24, 1963). In the November 1, 1966 issue of the Journal of Geophysical Research, W. Ho and I. A. Kaufman of Columbia University Radiation Laboratory and P. Thaddeus of NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies discussed the visual infrared, and radio-frequency observations of Venus, and found: "An enormous mass of dust - many tens of grams per square centimeter column - would have to be suspended in ...
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239. Religion and Education [Books] [de Grazia books]
... History. 3. The occurrence and scale of catastrophism (e .g . "Deluge") X. Astronomy and Astrophysics A. Conventional rhetoric: "Big Bang," 5 billion years, gravitation, etc. B. Deviations approaching certain religions: intelligent life, short duration, unstable Sun, etc. XI. Geology and geophysics (Earth sciences) A. Conventional rhetoric: gradualism, landscape evolution, etc. B. Deviations: catastrophism, recency, etc. XII. Biology A. Darwinian, neo-darwinian, mutation, natural selection, gradualism, etc. B. Macro-evolution, inherent design of change, quantavolution, catastrophe-induced change, recency. XIII. Anthropology ...
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240. Exodus [Journals] [SIS Review]
... 1979. See also Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (BASOR: 281), Egypt and Canaan during the Middle Bronze Age', Manfred Bietak. 3. M.G .L . Baillie, A Slice Through Time, Batsford, 1996. 4. K.D . Pang and co authors, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 66, 69 and 70. 5. Gerhard Herm, The Phoenicians, Victor Gollancz, 1975, p. 25. 6. TL Thompson, The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives, New York, 1974. See chapter 6, p. 118. 7. Moe Mandelkehr, SIS Review, V:3 , An Integrated ...
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