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51. Earth Tectonics Viewed from Rock Mechanics [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the paper which showed that the viscosity was much too low in the upper mantle to support the theory of plate tectonics' . Furthermore, Orowan's arguments  should have laid to rest in 1969 the notion of plate tectonics via mantle convection currents as the cause of Pangaea rupture and continental drift. Figure 1: Reconstructed Map of Pangaea (A .Beal) Key: A = Initiation Triple Branch B = Secondary Over-Initiation Triple Branch C = Bifurcation Triple Branch CSB = Coupled Single Branch F = Fork FB = Fork Burst SZ = Shatter Zone P = P-Wave Damage US = Unstable Shock Wave Damage S = Shock Wave Damage R = Rosary SB = Single Branch ...
52. Site Destructions and Discontinuities in the Bronze Age [Articles]
... discovered it too late, after it had been dropped, there was the fire bull going on, all this time, certainly I would say since the Bronze Age. It's a mining district, and they have rock art on their rocks, too. That gave me the clue. (Slides) The reason I am showing you this map is because many of the civilisations that I am talking about are in this area which is from Spain across on both sides of the Mediterranean on down here, the Arabian peninsula, and particularly here in the Near East. Many of the civilisations that disappeared during this period are here, not all of them, because two really great ...
53. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... appeared in Catastrophism 2000 (Toronto, Canada, 1990) and was reprinted in The Velikovskian 1:2 . In it, Clark Whelton wrote that Velikovsky's investigation into the true cause of this so-called Dark Age' ranks with the best of his work and may well prove to be the most convincing of the Ages in Chaos series'. Maps If you are interested in maps, old and new, you may be interested in a new periodical Mercator's World. Volume 1 No. 2 includes an article on Maps of the Great Southern Continent - Before its Discovery', which discusses the extraordinary maps of Orontius Finaeus and Philippe Buache and their hostory - but avoids mentioning mention Charles ...
54. Five Midianite Cities: A Response to Dwardu Cardona's "The Cities of the Plain" [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... the synchronism very attractive. (2 ) Cardona has called attention to the fact that the destruction levels at the end of Early Bronze III go far beyond the area of Palestine and suggests that this agrees with some extra-biblical literary evidence that the destruction of the cities of the plain was more than a local catastrophe. (3 ) The Madaba map, dated to the sixth century A.D ., locates Zoar (one of the five cities) at precisely the same location as one of the Early Bronze sites being examined by Rast and Schaub. While not overwhelming, these three lines of evidence make Cardona's position a possibility that should be explored. Next, I would like ...
55. Ice Core Evidence [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... the ice cores and the weakness or missing signals from volcanic acid at these same depths. Ever since publishing Carl Sagan and Immanuel Velikovsky, printed in late August, 1990, and distributed in October of that same year, I have stated my belief that the icecaps of Greenland and Antarctica were created recently- a belief based on information from ancient maps and the discoveries made by Arlington Mallery and Charles H. Hapgood.(4 ) I believe that the accuracy of these ancient maps, as confirmed by professional cartographers and by seismic studies carried out by professional seismologists, proves that the icecaps of Greenland and Antarctica cannot be as old as Mewhinney and Ellenberger indicate. Furthermore, I entirely ...
56. Maps [Books]
... | III | IV | Chap 3: I | II | III | IV | V | VI | VII | Chap 4: I | II | III | IV | Chap 5: I | II | III | IIII | PART IV : Appendixes I | II | III | IV | Acknowledgements | Notes And References | Appendix IV Maps Shaded areas surround features of possible meteoritic origin. 244 BOMBARDED EARTH Circle indicates structure of possible meteoritic origin. 245 G.oF f'4EORGE. OFAKAnD. L. Shaded areas surround features of possible meteoritic origin. 246 BOMBARDED EARTH TERRA -DEt. W7 FUEGO o WEDDELL SEA. RNTRRCTI CA Circle indicates structure of possible meteoritic origin. APPENDIX IV ...
57. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... (painted on the Landers - as having purple stripes. The technician said that the Mars atmosphere made the flag appear that way [emphasis added]. '" By Richard C. Hoagland ©2002 The Enterprise Mission, P.O . Box 3550, Edgewood, New Mexico, Fax: + 1 (505) 286-6130 The Megalith Map www.megalith.ukf.net A resource for finding any stone circle or row in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales. This map of Britain and Ireland, is divided into 100 kilometre squares. Locations of prehistoric stone circles and stone rows are indicated by the dots. Click on a grid square to see that map sheet ...
58. Bouquets and Brickbats: A Reply to Martin Sieff [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... at least from 3000 B.C . onwards."9 The southern extremity of the Dead Sea is precisely the area where all indications come together in locating the biblical Pentapolis. It is also the very area in which Bab edh-Dhra', Numeira, Safi, Feifeh, and Khanazir are located. Concerning "the evidence of the Medeba map," Sieff presents us with yet another blunt statement: All that need be said . . . is that the framers of that map made the same mistake that Cardona did. They saw the mountain sites and drew their own conclusions, but they got it wrong.10 Again, Sieff seems to forget that this evidence was presented ...
... not in Venezuela, nor in any of its neighbor states. Of course Columbus supposed himself to be off the eastern coast, not of a new continent, but of Asia. His idea of the location of the terrestrial Paradise as in, or to the eastward of, Farther India was the prevailing idea of his age. The Hereford map of the world, dating from the thirteenth century represents the favored spot as a circular island to the East of India, and as separated from the mainland, not only by the sea, but also by a battlemented wall, with its one gate to the West, through which our first parents were supposed to have been expelled. ...
60. Book Shelf [Journals] [Aeon]
... 1 (Apr 1995) Home | Issue Contents The Book Shelf Richard C. Hoagland, The Monuments of Mars: A City on the Edge of Forever (North Atlantic Books: Berkeley) 1992.Reviewed by Frederic Jueneman In the 1870s, international interest in Mars was piqued by the observations of Fra Angelo Secchi who drew lines on imperfect maps of Mars connecting imagined watery seas and called them canali (channels), a term which was later almost inextricably associated with the astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli and translated as "canals," implying artifacts. The astronomer Percival Lowell never wavered in his belief that there were Martians fighting to save their dying planet. Around the turn of the century ...
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