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281. Ice Cores and Common Sense (Part II) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... :2 . 15. See Young et al., "Multilayer Crystallographic Structure of Law Dome from Ice Core Analysis." In Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions, Research Notes, 28 (1985), pp. 18-24. 16. Anthony J. Gow, "Relaxation of Ice in Deep Drill Cores from Antarctica." Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 76, No. 11 (April 10, 1971), p. 2535. 17. Hammer et al., "Dating of Greenland Ice Cores by Flow Models, Isotopes, Volcanic Debris, and Continental Dust." Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 20, No. 82 (1978), p ...
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282. The Greenland Ice Cores (Continued) [Journals] [Kronos]
... Territories, Canada", Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 16 ( 1979), pages 1419-1427. H. H. Lamb, Climate, History and the Modern World (New York: Methuen, 1982). C. C. Langway, Jr., H. Oeschger, and W. Dansgaard, editors, Greenland Ice Core: Geophysics, Geochemistry, and the Environment (Washington: American Geophysical Union, 1985). Referred to in this paper as "LOD". C. C. Langway, Jr., H. Oeschger, and W. Dansgaard, "The Greenland Ice Sheet Program in Perspective", LOD, pages 1-8. C. Lorius, ...
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... . C. F. Mass and D. A. Portman: Major Volcanic Eruptions and Climate: A critical Evaluation', Journal of Climate 2 (1989), pp. 566-93. 71. G. A. Izett: Volcanic Ash Beds: Recorders of Upper Cenozoic Silitic Pyroclastic Volcanism in the Western United States', Journal of Geophysical Research 86 (1981), pp. 10200-222. 72. P. C. Froggart et al.: An Exceptionally Large Late Quaternary Eruption from New Zealand', Nature 319 (1986), pp. 578-82. 73. Oard: op. cit. [54], pp. 38-40. 74. ibid.; ...
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... www.intersurf.com/~heinrich/FOG3.html [77] C. W. Thomas, "Lithology and Zoology of an Antarctic Ocean Bottom Core," Deep-Sea Research, Vol. 6 (1959), pp. 5-15; idem, "Late Pleistocene and Recent Limits of the Ross Ice Shelf," Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 65 (1960), pp. 1789-1792; idem, "Late Pleistocene and Recent Climates as Inferred from Ocean Bottom Cores," Science in Alaska (1965), pp. 73-82. [78] D. W. Cooke & D. Hays, "Estimates of Antarctic Ocean Seasonal Sea-Ice Cover During Glacial ...
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285. The Nature of Venus' Heat [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... highly improbable set of conditions] to match the gases [oxygen with carbon monoxide] easily." (24) If this process actually occurred, there would be, in overwhelming probability, a large, noticeable amount of either excess oxygen or carbon monoxide in Venus' atmosphere. This, of course, is not the case. The geophysical processes employed by the astronomers to remove Venus' atmospheric oxygen are either impossible or generally implausible or require a stochastic miracle. In this respect, Donahue and Pollack admit that "[ e ]ven if a vigorous recycling of crustal material did occur in Venus' past, the incorporation of water into the subducted material is not assured. ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 10  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0103/nature.htm
... doubt that it also was compiled from accurate source maps of Antarctica...in this case of the entire continent. Close examination has proved [that] the original source maps must have been compiled at a time when the land mass and inland waterways of the continent were relatively free of ice. The conclusion is further supported by International Geophysical Year teams in their measurements of the subglacial topography." [20] This material, like that which precedes it, is also found among Mewhinney's citations. Again, for all Mewhinney's supposed in-depth analysis of the errors Hapgood made, why did he omit this basic evidence? Professional cartographers using the Oronteus Finaeus map, not Hapgood alone ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 9  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0505/011world.htm
... Mars landed on Earth. And I would suggest that the probability of this happening recently, just by coincidence, is immensely improbable unless Velikovsky's theory- which suggests that Mars, with a train of meteorites, passed close to the Earth- occurred recently. Let us then examine the orbits of Deimos and Phobos in the light of conventional gravitational theory and geophysical evidence to see what can be learned. Martin Caiden tells us: Ever since their discovery, Phobos and Deimos have been regarded as "dynamical nightmares." They simply didn't behave as should any ordinary or conventional moons. They moved in what was regarded as "a most peculiar fashion." (43) What Caiden is telling ...
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... what physicist V. A. Bailey called "the impressive testimony to the worth of Dr. Velikovsky's predictions contained in the recent letter of that outstanding scientist, Prof. H. H. Hess of Princeton." (227) In 1956, Hess had tried to get a number of Velikovsky's revolutionary proposals to be tested during the International Geophysical Year, but that was refused, although later, as Velikovsky notes, Hess "was pleased to let me know that the claims the IGY would not investigate were confirmed by independent research." (228) In the 1960's, Hess wrote to Velikovsky "Some of these predictions were said to be impossible when you made them. ...
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... pp. 32-36. 4. R. V. Gentry, Differential Lead Retention in Zircons: Implications for Nuclear and 5 others Waste Containment', Science, 16 April 1982, Vol. 216 pp. 296-298 5. R. V. Gentry, Differential Helium Retention in Zircons: Implications for Nuclear and 2 others Waste Containment', Geophysical Research Letters, Oct. 1982, Vol 9, No. 10, pp. 1129-1130. 6. R. V. Gentry, Ion Probe Confirmation of Pb Isotope Ratios and Search for Isomer and 3 others Precursors in Polonium Radiohalos', Nature, Aug. 3 1973, Vol. 244, No. 5414, pp. ...
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290. Afterword [Books]
... begun to understand that global catastrophes caused by extraterrestrial agents had occurred, I had to face problems in many fields. First I had to check in each field to determine the current situation and evaluate the prospects for revision. As soon as you accept that a global catastrophe has occurred, many problems thought to be insoluble solve themselves. In geophysics the origin of mountains is not established, nor is the origin of ocean salt. Palaeomagnetic changes and reversals create unsolved problems. The cause of dramatic changes in climate is not understood. Exactly at those times when I determined that the catastrophes took place there were records of unexplained changes in the ocean level. Since its inception in 1859 ...
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