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41. C&C Workshop 1986, Number 2: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... of Censorinus by G.W. Oosterhout 11 Computed Planetary Orbits and the Babylonian Observations of Venus by Eric W.Crew 14 MONITOR:* Venus Volcanism?* Santorini and Darkness over Egypt* Halley, Another Surprise* Tilts at Uranus* Unstable Antarctica* Saturn's Recent Rings* "Badly Misdated"* Missing Tectonic Heat?* Magnetic Flipping?* Earthquake Electrics?* Meteorites from Mars* Iridium Connection* Ammonite King Rediscovered* Shell Slipping and Polar Wandering* Gold on Petroleum* Indomitable Maverick* A Catastrophe, 10,000 BC?* Mammoth Extinction 21 BOOKSHELF: The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind* Het Ontstaan van Israel: De Geschiedenis van het Oude Testament 26 HORIZONS:* notes on CSIS Seminar 34 LETTERS from, E.J. Sweeney, R. Forshufvud, H. Crosthwaite, G.R. Harvey, L.J. Mitcham, M. Mandelkehr, B. Liesching and J.Abery 38 Copyright (C) February 1987 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies EDITOR: Bernard Newgrosh EDITORIAL TEAM: Jill Abery, Ragnar Forshufvud, David& Ditas Rohl and Derek Shelley-Pearce ...
42. C&C Review 2002:1: Contents [SIS C&C Review $]
... Exist Only as a Sacred Cow? Heribert Illig debates with Trevor Palmer and Steve Mitchell. In Defence of the Saturn Theory Ev Cochrane responds to Peter James's critique. The 900-700BC Era: A Conundrum Michael G. Reade, Peter James and Bernard Newgrosh. Monitor By Jill Abery 38 Bookshelf by Jill Abery 50 Reviews 50 The Tutankhamun Deception by Gerald O'Farrell- reviewed by Paul Standring The Atlantis Secret by Alan F. Alford- reviewed by Alasdair Beal Homer in The Baltic by Felice Vinci- reviewed by Emmet Sweeney The Extinction of the Mammoth by Charles Ginenthal- reviews by Jill Abery& J. B. Delair The Many Faces of Venus by Ev Cochrane- reviewed by Jill Abery Firmament and Chaos by John Ackerman- reviewed by Alasdair Beal Making Sense of Astronomy& Geology by Dirk Bontes- reviewed by David Salkeld Genes, Peoples and Languages by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza- reviewed by Phillip Clapham Sky Dragons and Celestial Serpents by Alistair McBeath- reviewed by Phillip Clapham Planet of the Greeks by Meres J. Weche- reviewed by David Roth Meetings with Shulamit Kogan in Israel ...
43. S.I.S. Workshop Vol. 4 No. 1 July 1981: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... ' newletter Vol. 4 No. 1 July 1981 EDITORIAL FALLS OF BLOOD FROM VENUS by Bernard Newgrosh 1 ASSURUBALLIT IN HIS TIME by Lester J. Mitcham 4 WEINERT'S HYPOTHESIS by Frederick B. Jueneman 6 THE HITTITES IN ISRAEL by Martin Sieff 8 FOCUS: Lamarck, the Glowing Embers 11 MONITOR: Bronze Age Metallurgy& Chronology* Bimson Reviewed* Wilson's Pyramidology Built on Sand* Saturn's Braided "F-ring"* Is Rb-Sr Dating Valid?* Still Plugging the Greenhouse Effect* Magnetic Power for Sun and Stars* Variations in G* Mammoth Prejudice* Another Exodus Theory* Comets and Meteorites Association* Jupiter, Failed Star... with Weather!* Comets Smashed Saturn's Moons 12 SOCIETY NEWS 18 MATTERS ARISING: Who was Apollo? 22 BOOK REVIEW: Splendid Isolation 25 LETTERS: The Great Red Spot on Jupiter* Some Theological Implications of Catastrophism 32 Copyright (C) 1981 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies THE VELIKOVSKY DEBATE TODAY ISSN 0260-2806 WORKSHOP was launched to provide for informal publication of articles that, for a variety of reasons, do not qualify for immediate inclusion in ...
44. The Mammoths' Demise - a correct solution requires more facts [SIS C&C Review $]
... now provides the two important and previously unknown factors affecting the demise of the mammoths- seismic activity and sudden cooling. The prolonged seismic activity associated with the inertial displacement occurring within the area would have reduced the sedimentary plains through a process of liquefaction to a vast area of 'quicksand'. As the liquefaction increased, the mammoths would have become further embedded in the water-weakened mass as they struggled to escape. The rapid freezing came with the shift of the North Pole more than 20-deg closer to their territory. The sketch of the Berezovka mammoth in Cardona's Kronos article [14 appears to be a posture typical of a large mammal struggling to avoid being trapped in 'quicksand'. The action of the earthquake would have so sudden that the last mouthful of grass was still in its mouth. Numerous other mammals may be awaiting discovery as meandering streams expose an ever-increasing area. A continuation of this theme would involve a study of the oceanic surges that followed the continental displacement. These would have reached far inland over low lying lands and contributed to the quantity of ivory deposited on ...
45. Science Frontiers [SIS C&C Review $]
... SERIES Offshore booms, ball lightning, ice falls, erratic meteors, unexplained mirages, oceanic light wheels, dark days, cloudless rain, freak whirlwinds, sky glows, and much more. VOL. G-1 VOL. G-2. ASTRONOMY SERIES Lights on the moon, intramercurial planets, moon of Venus, enigmatic objects, telescopic meteors, sunspots and the planets, lightning on the moon, small earth moons, etc. VOL. A-1 VOL. A-2. GEOLOGY SERIES Mima Mounds, Carolina Bays and oriented lakes, terrestrial catastrophism, mammoth graveyards, musical sands, submarine canyons, Ice Age paradoxes, magnetic reversals, and much more. VOL. E-1 VOL. E-2 BIOLOGY SERIES Mammoths' recent survival, wolf children, sea and lake monsters, cat conclaves, singing foxes and mice, rain trees, giant snakes, porcupine men, the yeti, ant butter, and much more. VOL. B-1. PSYCHOLOGY SERIES Calculating prodigies, automatic writing, memory prodigies, epidemic convulsions, voodoo and rootwork, jumpers of Maine, hysterical stigmatization, placebos, singing ...
46. Bookshelf [SIS C&C Review $]
... plainly declares that all species have changed; and they have changed in the manner which my theory requires, for they have changed slowly and in a graduated manner. We clearly see this in the fossil remains from consecutive formations invariably being much more closely related to each other, than are the fossils from formations distant from each other in time." However, even at that time there was some evidence against gradualism: for example, three genera of elephants, one including the African elephant, one the Indian elephant and one the mammoth, had been shown to have appeared more or less simultaneously from the ancestral genus Primelephas, and the two surviving species had changed very little from the time of their first appearance to the present day (a time interval now thought to be in excess of four million years). In vain the palaeozoologist Thomas Henry Huxley advised Darwin not to commit himself too firmly to a gradualistic model; nevertheless, in order not to provide ammunition for Darwin's enemies, he kept his criticisms more or less private. So it was that palaeontologists ...
47. Aeon Volume VI, Number 1: Contents [Aeon Journal $]
... Saturnian Interpretation by Ken Moss An analysis of prevailing beliefs concerning Maya cosmology and how these can be interpreted from a Saturnian point of view. Page 75 Thundergods and Thunderbolts by Ev Cochrane A study of the roles played by thundergods and their celestial weapons in world mythology and how these can best be understood in relation to the Saturn thesis. Page 95 In Memoriam: Roger Williams Wescott New Flashes-- by Tania ta Maria Pyramids Getting Younger PAGE 8 Transcontinental Contact PAGE 27 Feathered Dinosaurs and a Feathered Hoax PAGE 45 The Demise of the Mammoth: Conflicting Theories PAGE 73 Advertisements SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Review 2000:1. PAGE 28 SIS Internet Digest 2000:2. PAGE 46 Intersect 2001-- A World Conference. PAGE 74 Anniversary Workshop: Fifty Years After Velikovsky's World in Collision. PAGE 94 Aeon Volume V, Number 6 CONTRIBUTORS Dwardu Cardona has been a free-lance writer since 1968. He has, since then, acted as a Contributing Editor for KRONOS and, later, as Senior Editor for the same periodical and is currently the Editor of AEON. He ...
48. Catastrophism and Ancient History [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... Debate- The Mars-Earth Wars Theory, C. Leroy Ellenberger, Donald W. Patten, Ron Hatch. July 1990 Volume XII, Part 2 Ice Cores and Common Sense, Part II, Sean Mewhinney. The 1552 Exodus, KENNETH F DOIG. Genealogical Evidence for a Shortening of the Third Intermediate Period of Egypt, Jeremy Goldberg. January 1991 Volume XIII, Part 1 A Potential Historical Connection for the Death and Burial of Jacob in Genesis, William H. Shea. The Animal that Changed the Course of World History: The Mammoth, Vladimir Belousov. Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts (A Crustal Deformation Theory), Donald W. Patten and Samuel R. Windsor. Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff, Dwardu Cardona. July 1991 Volume XIII, Part 2 The Prophecy in Paleontology, Milo Kearney. The Day The Sun Stood Still, RRobert H. Chappell, Jr. Joseph and Imhotep, John W. Hand. Assyro-Babylonian Chronology in the 620's B.C., Lester J. Mitcham. Ezra and Nehemiah in Recent Research, Herb A ...
49. A Comprehensive Theory on Aging, Gigantism and Longevity [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the retreating ice sheets permitted an initial expansion of habitat. This would seem to lessen, not increase competition. Secondly, the range of potential environmental tolerance (absolute survival ability) is generally far broader than the actual range (relative survival ability) of a species. The changed climate probably remained well within the environmental tolerance range of most threatened species, even without any genetic adjustments; yet they diminished or perished nevertheless. More efficient competitors then replaced the large herds of Great Plains herbivores, the camel, the horse, the mammoth and the bison (in Pleistocene times all larger than current forms-- mammoth excepted). Furthermore, certain cold-blooded vertebrates and invertebrates reveal size decreases comparable to those of associated warm-blooded animals, despite the fact that pokilothermic (cold-blooded) organisms generally manifest larger sizes in areas of warmer climate. 16 Warming and drying climate as a producer of stress and hence selection of smaller body size is not a tenable hypothesis for such a marked phenomenon. The weakness of the climate hypothesis leads many writers, by process of elimination, to ...
50. S.I.S. Workshop Volume 6 Number 2 August 1985: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... E. Strickling 11 Cosmic Catastrophe in PARADISE LOST by Bernard Newgrosh 13 FORUM: Questions and Answers on the Chronology of Rohl& James 21 VIEWS IN BRIEF 27 MONITOR:* Thera Theories* Demise of Nemesis?* Another Iridium Extinction* Slow Death for Dinosaurs* Life on Mars?* Volte Face by Gould* Reverse Plate Tectonics?* Oldest Shipwreck* Geological Unconformities* Erosion of Another Geological Dogma?* Continental Drift Measured* Frozen Evidence Rocks Kenyan Cradle* New Evidence from Stonehenge* Hapgood Supported* Comet Records* Recent Mammoth Extinction?* Mysterious Mummies* Respectability Does Not Earn Credit* Knock for Natural Selection* Arctic Warmth? 29 LETTERS from George R. Harvey, Derek Shelley-Pearce, C. Leroy Ellenberger, Walter Warshawsky, W. G. Shannon and Edgar A. Ostrander 37 Copyright (C) August 1985 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies THE VELIKOVSKY DEBATE TODAY EDITOR: Bernard Newgrosh EDITORIAL TEAM: Jill Abery, Ragnar Forshufvud, Rosemary Burnard, David Rohl and Derek Shelley-Pearce EDITORIAL ADDRESS: DEREK SHELLEY-PEARCE, 29 Cuttam Lane North, Orpington, Kent ...
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