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251. Thoth [Journals] [Thoth]
... his film material to CD, with attractive visuals and numerous video clips of interviews with prominent scientists. Dunlap, whose earlier work included one of the first documentaries shown on the Discovery Channel, has produced an authoritative summary of five catastrophic extinctions which together eliminated more than 96 percent of species previously living on earth. The role of cometary or meteoric intruders is examined at length, in interviews with Walter Alvarez, James Kirkland, Glen Izett, Jack Wolfe, and many other respected experts. "There is mounting evidence that extraterrestrial objects have caused most of the devastation to life on earth," Dunlap reports.- "REMEMBERING THE END OF THE WORLD" VHS $29. ...
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252. Scandinavian Report [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... once fell down upon the earth from the cometary tail of Venus. In the Bible, there are several references to the "fire of the Lord", which seems to have fallen on several occasions, and sometimes in locally restricted areas. Could it be that some meteoroids largely consist of petroleum? They may cause some of those bright meteors called fireballs. One such fireball, which was recorded by the European Network on December 4, 1974, was estimated to have an initial mass of 200 metric tons, yet was totally consumed when it was still 55 km. above the ground. We should be interested in getting in touch with anyone who has access to analysis facilities ...
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253. Vox Popvli [Journals] [Aeon]
... velocity. An object falling to Earth from infinity, and not influenced by any other body, is supposed to reach 25,000 miles per hour, while an object shot upwards from Earth at the same rate would reach infinity. This velocity would therefore appear to be one measure of the speed of gravity. Regarding the effects of a meteoric or asteroidal impact on Earth, concerning which Flavio Barbiero has written so much in the pages of AEON, there seems to be a lot of forces involved. Somewhere around 1960, engineers working on jet plane ejection seats reached the conclusion that the relation of acceleration to energy is not linear as implied by the equations. They came to ...
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254. ABC's of Astrophysics [Books] [de Grazia books]
... motions unjustifiably. The Orphic Hymns, Chassapis also maintained, evidenced an early knowledge to lenses. This, too, rankled with Deg. He had worried over a mention of a lens-like object found in Ninevah's earliest levels, and had discussed the general question with Stecchini. If the Bronze Age peoples had been able to magnify the stars, meteors, planets, sun and moon, they might also have derived proportions and distances among the planets, this making Jupiter the King and Saturn the retired king. Too they might thus have perceived the rings of Saturn and bands of Jupiter. They might then for religious reasons, and because humans are anxious animals, have created a body ...
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255. Catastrophism and Ancient History [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... Volume VIII Part 2 In Search of the Exodus, Phillip Clapham. Megiddo, Michael S. Sanders. Evidence of the Prophets and Egypt, D. Hickman. A Maya Record of Two Thousand Years? Nancy K. Owen. January 1987 Volume IX Part 1 Velikovsky: Beyond Freud, Duane L. Voorhees. Cuchulain - Comet or Meteor? Dorothea Kenny. Gezer and the Mysterious Gates of Solomon, Michael S. Sanders. A Seven Year Famine in the Reign of King Djoser with Other Parallels between Imhotep and Joseph, Tom Chetwynd. July 1987 Volume IX, Part 2 The Israelite Exodus and the Volcanic Eruption of Them, William H. Stiebing, Jr. Jericho ...
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256. Discovering Archaeology [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the ancient silk road city of Merv, Central Asia's most extensive archaeological site. May/June: discover new findings on the prehistoric Anasazi, read about Chaco domination in the Southwest, and an article that sheds new light on the first humans in Europe. July/August: Read about the artistic soul of Greece and how comets/meteors may have changed the course of civilization. September/October: The Mammoth's Demise: What Drove the Giants of the Ice Age to Extinction? The Time of Hunters: A Blitzkrieg by Fierce Humans Killed Off the Giants The Weather Changed: Shifting Climate Dissolved Ancient Animal Alliances Mammoths and Microbes: Hyperdisease Attacked the New World Learning From the ...
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257. SIS Internet Digest 1999 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 5 BBC Horizon .. 6 Lagrangian Points .. 6 .. 7 Kugler's Sibyllinischer Sternkampf .. 7 The Velikovskian .. 8 Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts .. 8 Amazon Books .. 8 Cambridge-conference Email Network .. 9 Small Comets Are Real .. 9 Catastrophic Events & Mass Extinctions .. 9 The Bibliographic Meteor Database .. 9 More on Ancient Astronomy .. 10 Thoughts on the Nazca Lines .. 11 Origin of Earth and Moon: Colliding Theories .. 11 Collision Split Earth, Moon .. 11 Comets & Disasters in the Dark Ages .. 12 Thoth Catastrophics Newsletter Focus .. 13 Visualizing Collinear Systems .. 13 NASA on ...
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... Issue Contents Nor Heaven Nor Earth Have Been at Peace: The Contemporary Foundations of Shakespeare's Cataclysmic Imagery Richard J. Jaarsma with Edward L. Odenwald I No one reading Shakespeare's plays can fail to be struck by the frequent, even obsessive reference to disturbances in nature. Thunder, lightning, and earth tremors precede the assassination of Caesar, while meteors and comets are so bright during the civil war that follows that Brutus needs no light by which to read an evening letter. A monstrous tempest shakes Britain as Lear rages insanely on the heath. Storms and earthquakes parallel the murder of Duncan, and nature's seasons are altered and reversed as Titania struggles with Oberon for possession of a changeling ...
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259. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 1 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... in 3rd Millennium BC .. 7 Doubt Cast on Frank's Small-comet Theory .. 7 More Doubts About Small-comet Hypothesis .. 7 An Extraterrestrial Hypothesis .. 8 Did Cosmic Impact Hit Early Chinese? .. 8 Abrupt Climate Change & the Rise and Fall of An Andean Civilisation .. 8 The Power of the Bull 8 Meteorobs - Amateur Meteor Observation Network .. 8 International Conference "90-th Anniversary of the Tunguska Problem" .. 8 Catastrophic End of the Norse Culture in Greenland 9 More Evidence Points to Impact As Dinosaur Killer 9 Worknotes on the Joshua Impact Event .. 9 Oldest Astronomical Monument Rivals Stonehenge .. 10 Planetary Differences in Impact Melting .. 11 Proceedings of ...
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260. The Beaumont Society [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... and its religions and how the history of the Hebrew people has been restructured (43 pp., 3 figs., 1 table, notes) $4 .95 "As Above, So Below: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Straight-Line Phenomena," 1979. Why current science needs ancient knowledge and how Beaumont links it with comets and meteors as causative agents for volcanic and earthquake events, and how we can begin to prevent these devastations (45 pp., 9+ figs.) $4 .95 "The WONDER in the Land: The Mount that Split in Two," 1980. A rare geological confirmation of Biblical "prophecy" supporting Beaumont's identification of Edinburgh ...
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