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... dynamic electrical rays are imponderable substances they can be identified only by the effects they produce on ponderable substances. The oneness of energy, matter, and dynamic electrical radiations is indicated by the "Edison effect" -a term used because of his early research and identification of the cause of the lighter-colored shadows or lines on the insides of clear glass incandescent light bulbs of the long carbon filament type, in which one leg of the filament intercepted the flow of radiant energy from the other leg. When energy rays are thus produced and radiated by the incandescent filament in a glass electric light bulb, the existence of a force or energy being emitted is evident. Edison proposed signalling to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 46  -  29 May 2005  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/cataclysms/p2ch1.htm
... , exactly as one may crush material with a hammer. Ashes may also be formed as a result of the meteoritic impact. The explosion vaporizes and melts some of the surrounding rocks, producing a dust cloud which deposits cinders similar to volcanic ashes. Impactites are geological deposits considered as explosion products related to meteoritic structures. They consist of natural glass formed as a result of the explosion. They include mainly silica glass, specially studied by L. J. Spencer16 and Darwin glass (so called because it was first recognized near Mt Darwin in Tasmania). Impactites have been found in most of the well-established meteorite craters (Barringer Crater, Wabar, Henbury, etc.). ...
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23. Ice Cores and Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of ignorance, to whom enlightenment spread from the East. The writer in 1971 [8 ] pointed out to a shocked and incredulous archaeological world that the Fertile Crescent contained neither tin, nor copper and that the Bronze Age had to originate outside of it. Further it contained neither silver, nor many of the metallic elements necessary to colour glass and glazes such as cobalt and antimony. All the technological developments of the Bronze Age had to originate outside of the Fertile Crescent and, what is more, in western Europe where deposits of tin and copper existed. Forty years ago Stonehenge and the megaliths of Europe were firmly believed to date at the most to 1000BC. Then came ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 42  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/review/v1995/12ice.htm
24. The Nature of Venus' Heat [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... planet's ocean rose into the upper regions of Venus' atmosphere and was dissociated by ultraviolet light from which hydrogen escaped, the planet was left with a lot of oxygen. Morrison and Owen have informed us that "[ t ]he oxygen remained behind to combine with the rocks on the planet's surface." (18) Billy P. Glass addresses the same question, asking, "[ W ]here is the oxygen? Pioneer Venus probes only detected 70 ppm [parts per million] oxygen in the lower atmosphere. Some of the oxygen to account for a vanished `ocean' of water would require that several kilometers of rock be oxidized. This would require an extremely ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 42  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0103/nature.htm
25. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of 1,000 litres capacity with terrellas of 24 and 36 cm in diameter. This apparatus became very well known for its ability to recreate Aurora effects and in Norway its fame is such that it is depicted on the Norwegian 200 kroner banknote. The chamber of the 1913 experiment was constructed much like an aquarium, with sides fabricated in glass, the top and bottom in brass plate, and the whole structure kept together by four corner posts. Each original glass side was a flat, solid glass block, 4 7 cm thick, 100 cm in width, and 70 cm in height. In the top of the chamber was an oval inspection hatch, large enough for ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 39  -  14 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/w2005no3/29internet.htm
26. Oberg's Unscientific Method [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... the vast majority of the citations are from scientists. I cited Thomas A. Gold, Bevan M. French, V. A. Firsoff, R. J. Mulcuit, Michael Zeilik, Nicholas M. Short, Peter Cadogan, Harold C. Urey (a Nobel Prize laureate), S. Keith Runcorn, Billy P. Glass, Cliff Frohlich, G. Latham, Clark R. Chapman, Don E. Wilhelms, Allan B. Binder, Thomas A. Mutch, A. S. McEwan, Neville L. Carter, Stuart Ross Taylor, Donald Goldsmith, Paul D. Spudis, Zack Strickland, Winifred S. Cameron, Barbara M. Middlehurst ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 38  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0104/oberg.htm
27. Velikovsky's Water Mountain(s) [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... electrical dipoles and you can do some wild stuff with them.) The drawing top-right shows how to do the experiment and the written material below is for clarification. Its best to try this under low humidity conditions (Winter time is generally good.). You need a pocket comb, hair, (or a cat) and a glass/tumbler overfilled with water so that the water presents a positive meniscus, i.e ., the water surface is higher than the rim of the glass. Set the glass at a convenient height so that the water surface is at your eye level. Charge up the comb by briskly stroking it through your hair. (You ...
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28. ALL Honorable Men [Books]
... Earth, it is a very reasonable expectation that argon-40 should exist in Venus' atmosphere in amounts similar to that of the Earth's. If Venus is a very young planet, it should have much less of this material. But contrary to this expectation of an old planet, Venus' argon-40 is in extremely short supply. Billy P. Glass informs us that, "the ratio of the mass or radiogenic Ar 40 to the mass of Venus is smaller by a factor of 15 to the value for Earth." (75) That is, a factor of 15 means Venus has over a trillion times less argon-40 than should be found. Doesn't this indicate Venus is a ...
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29. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... to date has not been published. It was found with Cypriot-type pottery which has been dated to the 12th or 13th century BC in conventional chronology. Notably, the person who made the pick had all the skills relative to quench-hardened steel production: Muhly believes this advanced use of steel would have given the Philistines a considerable military edge. Unexplained Glass Layer source: Journal of Field Archaeology 9:4 , Winter 1982, pp. 455-66 Dated by associated pottery to the 12th century BC in the conventional chronology, a 2-mm-thick layer of glass covering 2 square metres has been found about 2 metres below an iron smeltery and under the city wall at Tel Yin'am near the Sea of Galilee ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 32  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/vol0503/22monit.htm
30. Thoth Vol III, No. 8: May 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... I thought I'd pass it on. 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 was carved of greenish-yellow chalcedony. However, measuring its refraction revealed to Vincenzo De Michele that the gem consists of Libyan desert glass. This is a fused natural glass, formed by cooling molten sand. It results from the impact of a meteorite or comet or a low-altitude explosion in the atmosphere. What makes the scarab even more astonishing is that the nearest source of Libyan desert glass is 500 miles west of the Nile, in the Western desert. Half of ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 32  -  19 Mar 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/thoth/thoth3-08.htm
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