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71. Doomsday: The Science of Catastrophe by Fred Warshofsky [Journals] [Kronos]
... criticisms of the author, having to do with inclusions and exclusions, are probably matters more of personal preference than of scholarly validity. Nonetheless, I find it regrettable that, having discussed the catastrophist views of the fundamentalist writer Donald Patten, he does not balance them with the views of less evangelical theorists, such as Ignatius Donnelly or Charles Hapgood, the latter of whom won praise from Einstein. I am also surprised that he never mentions the so-called "doomsday machine". Though its very existence remains unproved, it is perennially rumored to be part of the atomic arsenal of one or more of the nations belonging to the "nuclear club". This machine is an automated ...
72. Chaos and Creation by Alfred de Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... 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. Kelly & F. Dachille 1953 x x Hugh A. Brown 1967 x Melvin Cook 1966 x x Donald Patten 1966 x x Charles Hapgood 1970 x 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 I. Velikovsky, Ralph Juergens, Livio Stecchini, Gilbert Davidowitz, and Zvi Rix have recently died, leaving many unpublished manuscripts.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, ...
73. Scientific Dating Methods In Ruins [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... `good' dates- those that fit the model (for example, dates for human beings in North America no older than 12,000 [years] BP and those for mammoths no younger than 10,000 [years] BP) --may play fast and loose with evidence that [does not] fit." (17) Charles Hapgood showed that mammoths lived in areas where an ice sheet was present at that same time. Furthermore, mammoth bones have radiocarbon dates of less than 10,000 years in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Mammoth bones were dated at 8,260 300 years old. In Santa Rosa Island, California, mammoth bones were dated at 8, ...
74. Earth Tectonics Viewed from Rock Mechanics [Journals] [SIS Review]
... was to determine if the ice caps of the size measured in the Laurasian gravity anomaly studies [10,11] were deep enough, and depressed the shields of Pangaea enough, to cause tensile rupture of about a twenty mile thick granitic crust of about 0.075 kilobars strength, based on the suggestion of duToit [9 ] and Hapgood and Campbell  (see also Table 1). The answer was clearly that they were, and also, that these great ice caps (assuming the southern ice cap to be comparable to the northern ice cap) accounted, within the required magnitude, for the volume of the Arctic and Atlantic Basins following penetration of the ...
75. Index of Authors
... Charles Ginenthal, The Nature of Venus' Heat Charles Ginenthal, The Origin Of The Moon Charles Ginenthal, The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory Charles Ginenthal, The Surface Of Venus- "A Newborn Babe" Charles Ginenthal, The Youthful Atmosphere Of Venus Charles Ginenthal, William H. Stiebing, Jr., and Immanuel Velikovsky Charles H. Hapgood, The Punctuation Marks of Geological History Charles H. Seitz, The Sacred Mountain Charles McDowell, Solomon's Temple: An Astronomical Observatory Charles McDowell, The Egyptian Prince Moses Charles Raspil, Archetypes Showing The Presence of Anomalous Electromagnetic Activity Charles Raspil, Observations of Venus by James I Charles Raspil, Snapshots of the Gods? Charles Raspil, Solar ...
76. Letters [Journals] [Pensee]
... I've always felt that Velikovsky has been getting unfair treatment, in that many published conclusions by reputable (! ) astronomers are founded on equally tenuous technical grounds. Personally, I've never gone for the comet theory of past catastrophes, but I'm willing to admit that ancient histories are full of geological violence. Some years ago a fellow named Charles Hapgood wrote a series of books which suggest another possible cause for geological upheavals. Specifically, he suggests that ice accumulating at whichever pole is not oceanic will normally be a little off center, and will produce an increasing force (centrifugal) which will tend to make the earth's entire crust slip a little on the underlying magma. Since the ...
77. The Flood [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... ..Assemblages comparable to these are virtually unknown in the Andes, since geological upthrusting generally destroys fossil beds.(84) Oyster shell beds like those found all across the southern part of the United States are also found in South America. These unfossilised shells share the same ground level as the fossilised whales. According to Charles H. Hapgood: Not long after the appearance of Cuvier's great work, Professor Charles Lyell was shown, in the Museum of the American Philosophical Society at Philadelphia, a block of limestone from Santas, in Brazil, obtained by Captain Elliott of the [United States] Navy at about 1827. The block contained a human skull, teeth and other ...
78. Catastrophism and the Mammoths- III (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... crust into a pool eroded in the fossil ice of the permafrost and quickly succumbed to his injuries and the ice-cold water.(84) Flint (1957) has the beast falling "as a cliff slumped beneath it . . . [whence] it then suffocated as it was buried alive by the caving bluff".(85) Hapgood (1970) blames an earthquake which apparently swallowed up the Beresovka mammoth.(86) Silverberg (also in 1970) also supports its unwitting fall into a trap and facilitating its own embedding and preservation by drawing fresh snow into its incipient grave in its very death throes.(87) Although the views summarised above may differ in ...
79. Drayson's hypothesis: the Earth's tilt cycle [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . P. Brooks , though he almost got the period right! An article by John Millis, which first appeared in Popular Astronomy, was reprinted by the Fortean Society of New York in 1945; it was called The glacial period and Drayson's hypothesis' . Finally, Drayson's work is referred to by Charles Hapgood in his books concerned with crustal shift . Clearly then, Drayson's hypothesis has been taken seriously by some people. It is an interesting precursor to the modern views on astronomical pole shift, though there was a more interesting and theoretically sound debate running parallel to the Drayson debate, of which Drayson appears to have been unaware ...
80. Fingerprints of the Gods: do ancient relicts point to an advanced civilisation 15,000 years ago? [Journals] [SIS Review]
... planetary bodies in the Solar System. When you start thinking of it in these terms, it begins to feel like a very fragile environment we are living on here - we are living on this big spaceship subjected to titanic forces in the universe around us. The theory that I present in Fingerprints of the Gods was first presented by Charles Hapgood in the early 1950s and supported at that time as to its physics by Albert Einstein, who died unfortunately shortly afterwards. Quite simply what it argues is that it is possible from time to time that the entire outer crust of the earth could shift in one piece around the body of the earth - like the loose skin of an ...
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