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101. Return to the Tippe Top [SIS C&C Review $]
... to rise about 1000 metres per million years- a very rapid rate for Antarctica". The latter comment is referring to the fact that the forest is at 1800 metres above sea level, no less. Clearly, scientists from the conventional world, however anxious they may be to publish or perish, are going to have a few problems cobbling together their spate of post hoc- ad hoc theorising in the wake of this finding. Nonetheless, despite their haste to publish, they will be careful to fail to include Velikovsky, Hapgood, Warlow, Gallant, et al. in their long nepotistic lists of references, I'm sure. While the hollow halls of Academe echo to the scurryings of yet another re-evaluation of geo-history, Velikovskians and other real catastrophists also have a problem to solve, however. Just how does one tilt a planet over? Actually, scientists of a conventional disposition are also facing the same problem in relation to the latest finds about Uranus. 'Everyone is surprised' say the surprised astrophysicists, by the 'peculiar' and 'strong' winds on ...
102. Thoth Vol. I, No. 3 February 18, 1997 [Thoth Website]
... , and that the present atmosphere could have been produced in at most 2 million years. (This of course is 2,500 TIMES shorter than the uniformitarian age of the earth.) He quotes mainstream experts as admitting that "this helium escape problem will not go away, and it is unsolved." Vardiman has also written an impressive-looking paper on the Ice Core dating method (which I have not studied myself). At the recent Portland conference, on "Planetary Violence in Human History Dr. Paul LaViolette disputed the Hapgood "Earth Crust Slippage" theory as argued by Rand& Rose Flem-Ath to place Plato's lost continent of Atlantis under Lesser Antarctica (which was supposedly in the Temperate Zone up until 10,500 years ago), by means of Ice Core dating. Hence, Vardiman's study of the flaws& fallacies in that method should be of interest to Dr. Laviolette. Personally, I find the Earth-crust slippage model much more likely than the entire earth tipping over. Nevertheless, in my 1987 paper at Glasgow (of which I no ...
103. Planet in Crisis: the Earth's Last 12,000 Years [SIS C&C Review $]
... coughs and wheezes of a world still in crisis. References 1. Anderson DL, Scientific American, vol. 207, pp. 52-59, 1962. 2. Putnam, WC, Geology, New York, 1964. 3. Dietz, RS, Nature, vol. 190, no. 4779, 1960, pp. 854-857 (see p. 855). 4. Bernal, JD, Nature, vol. 192, no. 4798, 1961, pp. 123-128 (see p. 125). 5. Hapgood, CR, Earth's Shifting crust, New York, 1958. 6. Lyttleton, RA, Mysteries of the Solar System, Oxford, 1968, p. 64. 7. Morrison, LV, Geophys. Journ., vol. 58, 1979, 349-360. 8. Keaney, P. (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of the Solid Earth Sciences, Oxford, 1993, p. 134. 9. Ibid. [6. 10. Gregory, JW, Geology Today, rev. edn., ...
104. In Einstein's Study [Velikovsky Archive Website]
... church opposed my interpretation of miracles as natural phenomena.? Einstein laughed with his loud, hearty laugh. He wished to read more in the file. But now I was interested in taking up the problem that really occupied my mind my theories. Already at one of our earlier meetings, Einstein said to me: ? I know how to explain the great global catastrophes that occurred in the past.? He spoke then of vestiges of an ice cover that were observed in the tropics and referred to an unpublished theory of Charles Hapgood, who thought that growing ice caps can cause a slippage of the terrestrial crust relative to the interior, thus displacing the poles. This evening Einstein returned to the same idea and said that terrestrial causes could have been responsible for the catastrophes. I told him that the problem of the displacement of the terrestrial pole was already much discussed in the last century by astronomers and geologists. ? By whom and where?? he asked. ? Here,? I said, about to leave, and showed him the second ( ...
105. Letters [SIS C&C Review $]
... somehow, they had crossed the Pacific Ocean and inhabited South America. At this point I diverge from their conclusions. The diaspora of the human race from East Africa must have been omnidirectional, not merely northward, for it has been established by Hillary Deacon and Profeesor P. V. Tobias [1 that 100,000 years ago there was a colony of 'modern Man' (Homo Sapiens) at Klaasies River Mouth at the southern tip of Africa. According to the evidence in The Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings by Charles Hapgood, Antarctica, at this period, was ice-free and both Southern Africa and South America were in the same juxtapositions as at present. Therefore I contend that the migration of 'Negroid' people into South America was much more likely by this route than across the Pacific Ocean. A further indication of this is the fact that the remains of Negroid origin occur in Eastern Brazil, on the Atlantic side of the continent, and not on the Western, Pacific side. Anne Marie Pessis, one of the French archaeologists, tells another ...
106. CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 6: THE URANIANS [Quantavolution Website]
... then the whole theory of the ice ages needs to be reviewed. Or else, the 22,000 years should be collapsed to a post-Saturnian age after 6000 B. P. Alternatively one wonders whether the ice cap may have been a scattered set of accumulations from sky drops and brief frigid episodes. This would allow a reconciliation to some degree with those who, like Donnelly, argue that the ice ages are a myth and their "remains" are comet-deposited gravel in fact, and also with those scholars such as Cook and Hapgood who envisioned large caps, global tilt, and an avalanche of the ice perhaps ten thousand years ago. THE CREATION OF MAN (see Figure 11 and accompanying chart) Amidst the developing chaos, the hominids were being replaced by the human race. A growing population was being reduced even as the species itself realized its human qualities. Atmospheric conditions and the surface environment were unfavorable to survival. Inconstancies and radical changes in the air accompanied explosive seismism. Most species were greatly reduced in numbers. The evolution of man, which ...
107. CHAOS AND CREATION: CHAPTER 08: SATURN'S CHILDREN [Quantavolution Website]
... around the world who are finally called sun gods, he was another god, to wit, Saturn, King of the North and King of gods. 15. Hild 1084. 16. (1898), 223, n. 58 quoted by Tresman and O'Geoghan (1977) 40, fn 66. 17. Westropp and Wake 64. 18. Hild 1088. 19. Ibid., 1084. 20. Cf. Timaeus and Critias, and Bellamy (1948). 21. Beaumont (1925). 22. Hapgood (1966). 23. Whitehouse (1975) 13-33 describes the world distribution of hominids, without partaking of the theory being developed here and later on. 24. Fox (1976). 25. Kondratov (1975) has the most suggestive materials for the kind of speculative reconstruction continued here. 26. "Enlightenment" (seeming) follows Mars. Since this was the last catastrophe it had a modern air about its ideas and culture. 27. Mullen (1973) 13. 28. Tresman and O'Geoghan ( ...
108. CHAOS AND CREATION: Bibliography [Quantavolution Website]
... to the Pleiades," 25 Nature (December), 100-101; repr. in W. R. Corliss, Compiler, 91974), Strange Artifacts, M-1, MLW-003, Glen Arm, Md. Hamilton, Edwin L. (1953), "Upper Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Recent Planktonic Foraminifera from the Mid-Pacific Flat-Topped Sea Mounts," 27 J. of Paleontology, 207-37. Hampton, John (1955), N. A. Boulanger et la Science de son Temps, Librairie E. Droz, Geneve. Hapgood, C. H. (1966), Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings, Chilton Books, Philadelphia.---- (1970), The Path of the Pole, Chilton Books, Philadelphia. Harris, T. M. (1958), "Forest Fire in the Mesozoic," 46 J. Ecology No. 2, 447-453. Harrison, E. R. (1977), "Has the Sun a Companion Star?" 270 Nature (November 24), 324-6. Hartmann, William ...
109. CHAOS AND CREATION: INTRODUCTION [Quantavolution Website]
... x. Isaac Vail 1905. x x. Hans Hoerbiger 1913. x x. George McCr. Price 1926 x x.. W. Comyns Beaumont 1932. x x. Howard B. Baker 1932. x x. Hans Bellamy 1936. x x. Claude Schaeffer 1948.... Immanuel Velikovsky 1950. x x x A. Kellv& F. Dachille 1953. x x. Hugh A. Brown 1967. x.. Melvin Cook 1966 x x.. Donald Patten 1966. x x. Charles Hapgood 1970. x..* The list excludes the work of lesser-known and mostly younger quantavolutionists. I. Velikovsky, Ralph Juergens, Livio Stecchini, Gilbert Davidowitz, and Zvi Rix have recently died, leaving many unpublished manuscripts. A few of the scholars who are currently active are Robert Bass, John Bimson. Dwardu Cardona, William Corliss, Eric Crew, Frank Dachille, Eva Danelius, Ragnar Forshufvud, Brendan O'Gheoghan, Stephen Gould, Lewis Greenberg, George Grinnell. Peter James, Julian Jaynes, Frederic Jueneman. Allan ...
110. THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART I: ATMOSPHERICS: 4.Magnetism and Axial Tilts [Quantavolution Website]
... is likely to be ramified latitudinally and stratified internally. T. Gold has given attention to such problems; in one place he has demonstrated that the polar positions will change owing to crustal movements and distortions [27. In another place, too, he insists upon the alteration of the Earth's shape that must accompany a displacement of the geographical poles [28. He points to the evidence of paleomagnetism as indicating numerous different polar locations over geological time, evidence that we must largely discount. But hard geophysical evidence, as presented by Hapgood, Velikovsky and Cook, for instance, supports belief in a recent ice-age finale that shifted the north geographical pole from a position presently denominated by Baffin Island, 20 south of its present location. There is a measurable spring-back occurring all the way from Scandinavia to the Hudson Bay area, a rising area that may be due to a new rotating figure of the Earth, involving a new equator, and possibly to collapse and sudden removal of a burden of ice that had been weighing down the region. (Inasmuch as the ...
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