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... From: Pensée Vol. 3 No 2: (Spring-Summer 1973) "Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered IV" Home | Issue Contents Ages in Chaos in the Light of C14 Archaeometry Albert W. Burgstahler, Euan W. MacKie Radiocarbon dates and the chronology of Egypt Dr. Burgstahler is professor of chemistry, University of Kansas. Dr. MacKie is assistant keeper, Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow (Scotland). The text of this paper, prepared by Burgstahler, is based on a presentation given at the Velikovsky Symposium, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, August 16-18, 1972. The chart of C14 dates was prepared by MacKie. Introduction Among most scholars the ...
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222. Bringing Light to a Dark Age [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... CONTENTS "Ramessides, Medes and Persians" by Emmet J. Sweeney Ramessides, Medes, and Persians Sweeney 15 CHAPTER 2 BRINGING LIGHT TO A DARK AGE A Problem and a Solution The fall of the Assyrian/Hyksos Empire saw the emergence from its ruins of a number of regional powers. Amongst these were the 18th Dynasty of Egypt, the Mitanni (Medish) Empire, and the Hittite (Lydian) Empire. Alongside these newly emergent states the present writer also places the Hebrew monarchies, whose early kings, Saul and David, actually participated in the destruction of Hyksos/Assyrian power in Palestine and Syria. Thus we hold broadly by the chronology outlined by Immanuel Velikovsky ...
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223. The Not So Stable Sun [Journals] [Kronos]
... From: Kronos Vol. V No. 1 (Fall 1979) Home | Issue Contents The Not So Stable Sun Earl R. Milton Copyright © 1978,1979 by Earl R. Milton When we look at the Sun optically, we see an opaque sphere of light, the photosphere. The photosphere emits a continuum of light whose intensity profile plotted against frequency resembles the emission of a black body of temperature 6270 K.(1 ) This temperature is sufficient to boil the most refractory element, tungsten.(2 ) The origin of this emission is attributed to high velocity free electrons in transition from one path to another as the electrons collide with atoms or ions of ...
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224. The Electric Saturnian System [Journals] [Aeon]
... with, and the sheath takes on a uniform glow- the skin-like anode glow. The "anode dark space" is the volume between the anode sheath and the surface of the dwarf- in our case, the surface of proto-Saturn. It is called dark only in comparison with the anode glow. It, too, would emit some light. AEON: Would this "dark space" have been dark enough to hide the stars and the Sun itself from mortal eyes? Thornhill: The anode dark space is "dark" due to an absence of light not because it is opaque. It would be transparent like the night sky. Rather, I believe the stars and ...
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... and they cling desperately to the rational side- acting within socially and politically acceptable limits- to prove their rationality. Many scholars do mathematics, or philosophy, or science, in order to escape from our dark material natures, in order that they might transport themselves to the realm of reason. The realm of reason is viewed as a world of light. It is no accident that the phenomenon that we call "light" comes to serve as the constant upon which modern physics needs to pitch its tent. Actually, energetic radiation is as dark as it is light. But western man must live in the direction of light and away from darkness. And so we square the constant ...
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226. Child of Saturn (Part III) [Journals] [Kronos]
... her from the rest of her female cohorts. Personally, I prefer that designation and as such shall I henceforth refer to her. As Isenberg correctly observed, her actual names "are legion".(3 ) Isenberg has also pointed out that Indologists have translated the word "devi" to mean "that Which is by its nature Light and Manifestation".(4 ) By the same token, however, every Hindu god (deva) and goddess (devi) has the Same connotation. "Deva, god, comes from the root div, to be resplendent, ' to shine. ' In primeval India the idea of god was associated with the idea of ...
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227. Lies, Damned Lies and .... [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... orthodox scientist in his own area of expertise; and the third is a dissident scientist who, although creationist in his beliefs, tends to plough a furrow which has much in common with catastrophist thinking. First into the ring is Barry Setterfield who prepared a report for Stanford Research Institute International in 1987 [1 ] titled The Atomic Constants, Light and Time'. Based on an analysis of 163 measurements of the speed of light, c', over the last 300 years, this claims to show that c' is not, as commonly believed, constant but that it is in fact decreasing in a non-linear fashion. Further analysis of 475 measurements of 11 other atomic quantities ...
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228. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . PHYSICS Einstein again The Times 17.2 .96, Scientific American June 1996, pp. 66-72, New Scientist 31.8 .96, pp. 28-31 and Science Frontiers 103, Jan-Feb 1996, p. 1 Irish engineer Dr. Kelly believes experiments performed in 1914 and 1925 show flaws in Einstein's claim that the speed of light is fixed. When challenged by an astronomer Dr. Kelly said, Engineers don't give up. They reckon one and one make two. I know a clergyman who says he preaches mysteries he doesn't understand, and I think the physicists are doing the same'. Ironically, in 1939 Einstein himself wrote a paper to prove black holes ...
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... is why the dragon is usually called the thunder-bird' in myths of the North American Indians. It sends abroad asphyxiating stinks. All that comes of the dragon is bad. Its blood is poison. Out of its teeth spring up armed men. The dragon is a power of evil and of night, the archenemy of good and of light. It causes much destruction; the Earth trembles, the hills are cloven, the stars fall; the minds and morals of men are corrupted during its reign. Sometimes two dragons are mentioned. So in Mordecai's dream, quoted in the Additions to the Book of Esther vi. 3 and 5, which are inserted before Esther i ...
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230. Isaiah, Part 2 Mars Ch.1 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... of warriors, or a host of missiles hurled from afar when he spoke of the army that would come swiftly from the end of the world, called by the Lord? Their horses' hoofs would be like flint, and their wheels like a whirlwind. "If one look unto the land, behold darkness and sorrow; and the light is darkened in the heavens thereof" (5 :30) It is not the Assyrians on horses and in chariots that are compared to the flint and the whirlwind, but the flint and the whirlwind that are likened to warriors.3 The darkness at the end of the picture discloses that which is the object of comparison and that ...
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