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121. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... more than 10 metres of this: we are therefore looking at either a much faster rate of steady uplift at some time as recently as 1000 AD, or some very rapid episodic activity such as that in evidence for c.1100 AD. This evidence, and the conclusion drawn from it, should be considered along with that cited by Hapgood (THE PATH OF THE POLE, 1970) for major tectonic uplifts in the recent history of Peru and Bolivia, and by Posnansky (TIAHUANACU, 1947) that agricultural terraces exist at heights where no crops can grow, and even at the line of eternal snow. "Polar Wandering on Mars"source: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Dec 1985 ...
122. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... mantle would automatically slip to redistribute mass; i.e . any region of high density will slip to the equator. There is no mention of what might create a region of high density in the first place: it would therefore appear the way is open for a renewed discussion of the theories of Hugh Auchinloss Brown and Charles H.Hapgood. Gold On Petroleum sources: NEW SCIENTIST 26.6 .86, pp.42-46; ibid 11.9 .86, p.26 Astronomer Thomas Gold of Cornell presents a readable review article on his theories of the origins of oil, which we have mentioned in SISW 6:3 , p.21. He makes ...
123. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... doubt, point out that that very inscription is already to hand, in the Bible (Isaiah ch.24 v.1 ), but, for us lesser mortals, God works in more mysterious ways. Albert Einstein was quite good at figuring out such mysterious ways, by all accounts. In 1953, writing to Prof. Charles Hapgood, Einstein said (in translation): "One can hardly doubt that significant shifts of the crust of the Earth have taken place repeatedly and within a short time." That, I remind you, was at a time when physicists and geologists were saying that "there is neither indication nor even the possibility of continental drift" ...
124. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... ; traces of the system are also found on the floor of the lake. This report is another indication of the generally advanced state of ancient knowledge. It should be borne in mind also that the lake Titicaca area appears to have undergone considerable uplift since civilised man arrived there (see evidence, for example, in C. H. Hapgood: The Path of the Pole), so perhaps a catastrophic uplift caused the workings to be abandoned and the knowledge to be lost? Unique Uranus? source: New Scientist 19.5 .88, p. 35 A simulation experiment indicates that the magnetic field of Uranus could be generated by electrical currents induced in a slushy middle ...
125. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... an advocate of the setting up of incompatible alternatives' in the testing of scientific theories. In looking at causes of terrestrial catastrophism, Dr Huggett identifies three main groups: a). Those involving a shift of the Earth about its axis of spin include Wegener's hypothesis (1929), Hugh Auchinloss Brown (1948; 1967), Charles Hapgood (1958; 1970), Immanuel Velikovsky (1950; 1952; 1955), Peter Warlow (1978; 1982). b). Astronomical pole shifts were proposed by Wegener (1929), Williams (1972; 1975) whose changes in the ecliptic angle were seen as spanning geological ages, and Gallant (1964) who ...
126. Opening the Floodgates [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... his theory of a close passage by Venus is regarded by most astronomers as ridiculous'. Peter Warlow's inverting Earth scenario is, he says, a slightly less unpalatable version of the Velikovsky model'. Brown's hypothesis also involves a tumbling Earth, but with the disturbances triggered by the weight of polar ice rather than an external body. Charles Hapgood has modified Brown's model, arguing that only the crust moves, not the whole Earth. The Cosmic Serpent was concerned with the bombardment of Earth by comets, and Huggett devotes 18 pages to discussing evidence for this and possible effects, including the production of superwaves and superfloods. He concludes, "By considering neodiluvialism and fluvialism together, ...
127. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... not to print abusive comments and ad hominem attacks. The Team would appreciate it if the Editor is not accused of undue censorship' when merely pursuing our policy in refusing to print such comments. The deletions from Mr Ellenberger's letter printed above, a letter which provides very valuable feedback, are a case in point. -BN CONTACT Professor Charles Hapgood considered that "every advance of science was the product of many minds working together." Recent personal experience has proved that comments or opinions on subjects by correspondents even when these are quite outside their specialty, can switch thought onto another circuit, resulting in different and rewarding conclusions. This is interdisciplinarianism in action. Any member wishing to ...
128. Abbreviations, Glossary and Bibliography [Books] [de Grazia books]
... (1 ): An Emerging New Perspective," Science 186 (22 Nov.), pp. 720-4 Hanson, Kirby J. (1976), "A New Estimate of Solar Irradiance at the Earth's Surface on Zonal and Global Scales," J. Geoph. Res. 81 (20 Aug.), pp. 4435-43 Hapgood, Charles H. (1966), Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Chilton: Philadelphia) -- (1970), Path of the Pole, rev. (Chilton: Philadelphia) 174, fn. 102 (verso front cover, Ch. 1) Harang, Liev (1951), The Aurorae (Chapman and ...
129. Floods and Tides [Books] [de Grazia books]
... the possibilities: hunters' overkill, ice flows, natural death, volcanic ash burials (ashes are abundant in the muck), volcanic gases? The mystery seemed to him unsolvable. He wrote of it in 1947; he revised his work in 1967 . There is no indication that he had heard meanwhile about Velikovsky, Hapgood, Patten, or Cook who were offering solutions to the mystery in terms of Cuvier's century-old expression - "revolutions of the globe." Derek Ager, with a mind and eye for the catastrophic occurrence, remarks that "tsunami, ' or tidal waves' as they were for long misnamed, have an immense effect on shorelines, ...
130. The Cosmic Serpent by Victor Clube and Bill Napier [Journals] [Kronos]
... 15. Serpent, p. 120. 16. Ibid., p. 125. 17. Ibid., p. 121. 18. Ibid., p. 123. 19 I. Velikovsky, Earth in Upheaval (N .Y . and London, 1955), "Greenland". 20. C. H. Hapgood, The Path of the Pole (Phila., 1970) and P. Warlow, The Reversing Earth (London, 1982). 21. Serpent, p. 126. 22. Ibid., p. 116. 23. The so-called Great American Interchange- see G. G. Simpson, Splendid Isolation (New Haven ...
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