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... processes occurring in many of the planetary bodies of the solar system. The total number of near parabolic comets moving in the solar system is 1011 to 1012, but as many as 10 to 15 percent of them are leaving the solar system with hyperbolic velocities. Taking into account also the number of short period comets that degenerate into asteroids and meteor streams, we have estimated the total number of comets formed during the lifetime of the solar system as 1015 to 1016 (and total mass 1029 to 1031 g). The investigation of comets and other small bodies enables us to evaluate the scale of the processes of cosmic vulcanism and the tremendous internal energy of the planets, that energy ...
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262. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... phenomenon. CATASTROPHE Chronicled catastrophe New Scientist 18.1 .97, p. 48 A reader points out that the 1032 eruption of Mount Changbai which plunged the world into a wintry gloom coincides with the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles describing a hitherto unknown plague of wildfire'. Sounds in the sky New Scientist 11.1 .97, p. 18 Meteors crashing into Earth's atmosphere create ripping and rumbling noises as well as fireballs and probably occur at least once a month. Dinosaur nursery overcome New Scientist 22.3 .97, p. 13 Thousands of dinosaur nests containing eggs have been found in southern France. The site dates from near the end of the Cretaceous period and appears to ...
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263. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... and Zysman, among others, had found he could not accept this. What he could accept was the Vail canopy theory, whereby Earth had at some stage been surrounded by a shell of water, or ice crystals. As Earth regularly passes through the orbits of comets and in consequence picks up large amounts of debris in the form of meteor showers, it is reasonable to hypothesise that if it passed through the orbit of a Venus-sized body it would pick up a massive amount of debris. If, in consequence, a belt of ice crystals formed, then it is possible that these would act as a mirror and what ancient man could see in the sky was, in ...
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... made darkness his secret place [eclipses]; his pavilion round about him were dark waters and thick clouds of the skies. ' (12) At the brightness that was before him [the sudden change in the phase of the satellite when leaving the Earth's shadow] his thick clouds passed, hail stones and coals of fire' (meteoric material). (13) The Lord also thundered in the heavens, and the Highest gave his voice; hail stones and coals of fire. ' (14) Yea,he sent out his arrows [rays], and scattered them [the clouds]; and he shot out lightnings, and discomfited them. ' Some ...
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265. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the discovery that the Moon contains more iron than previously thought. It also fits with other research which suggests that the early Solar System contained up to 20 planets in irregular orbits where they were eventually bound to collide'. Who was it who accused Velikovsky of trying to play impossible planetary billiards in his book Worlds in Collision? No ordinary meteor Scientific American Nov 98, pp. 44-51 A prolonged search in Greenland failed to locate the meteor that was seen spectacularly approaching there in Dec.1997 but an assessment of all the data from those who saw it plus a video of the event appear to show that the object entered Earth's atmosphere at an improbable velocity and its orbit was ...
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266. Forum [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Hsia, Shang, Chou and Han dynasties slot in just as remarkably and the same is true of Assyria and Babylonia. The Uruk phase corresponds to the Pre Dynastic, ending in a terrible upheaval, followed by the Early Dynastic period, Akkad, Amorite and Kassite periods. Frost signatures are caused by dust veils and Chinese records suggest heavy meteoric fluxes as the cause (though volcanic origin is not out of the question). Frost signature episodes coincide with cultural Intermediates and were followed by famine, plague and tribal and refugee intrusions. Periodic episodes of chaos in the natural world and an obsession with fertility and food resources are a constant feature of religio-myth around the world. This ...
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267. C&C Workshop 1988, Number 2: Contents [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... * Hairy Amber evidence * Thera - bigger yet! * Defenders of the Faith * Black gold * Crater hunting * Gravity violates Newton's laws * Of mice and ancient men * Ice age mysteries * Electricity in astronomy * The moons of Uranus * Advanced ancient technologies * Pluto's atmosphere * Revisionist dinosaurs * Ebabbara evidence * Pore power * Comet, meteor catastrophes 22 REVIEWS: Aeon - A Symposium on Myth and Science 29 The Life and Death of Megaliths 30 All That Glisters is not Gould 32 Stranger in the Valley of the Kings 33 The Archaeology of Ritual and Magic 34 LETTERS from M. A. Cook, D. P. Shelley-Pearce, J. D. Weir, C ...
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268. SIS Internet Digest 1998 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 10 Cosmic Dust May Cause Climate Catastrophes .. 10 Retired Don's Simple Sum Uncovers A Global Error .. 11 Comets Pummeled Earth 36 MillionYears Ago .. 11 Louis Frank Finds Small Comets' Are Seasonal .. 11 Comets, Dragons and Prophets of Doom .. 11 Sir Fred Hoyle Vindicated After 60 Years .. 12 Electromagnetic Interference From Meteor Showers .. 12 Astronomers Find Nearby Stars Constantly Bombarded by Comets .. 12 Historical Information on Meteorite Impacts .. 13 Electrophonic Fireball Sounds .. 13 Electrophonic Fireballs in History .. 13 Life Extinctions by Cosmic Ray Jets .. 13 Close Approaches Between Asteroids and Planets .. 13 Snowball in Hell: Earth Completely Covered by Ice ...
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269. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... encourage all readers to examine The Cosmic Winter and see if it is not a satisfying alternative to Worlds in Collision. To those who believe one is not a catastrophist unless dealing with colliding planets, I offer the experience of our ancestors 10,500 years ago who witnessed the falling to Earth of over 20,000 fireballs from the Taurid meteor stream whose impacts putatively produced the Carolina Bays spread from Virginia to Georgia. The extraordinary thunder' associated with such deities as Zeus and Amun was, in all probability, the din of the sonic booms produced by such meteor bombardments! C. Leroy Ellenberger, St Louis, USA On Myth and History Dear Sir, Jill Abery's letter ...
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... origin [88]. The flamboyant Halstead, Reader in Geology and Zoology at the University of Reading, who died in a road accident in 1991, had earlier voiced his opposition to the impact hypothesis in his book Dinosaurs, written in association with his wife Jenny, who supplied the illustrations. Halstead wrote: "The asteroid or giant meteor explanation has the great popular appeal of high drama and curiously coincided with the release of a `disaster' film on the same theme! Such theories are certainly an advance on invoking the wrath of a Deity but not very much. The real trouble with this category of theory, in which dinosaurs left the stage with a bang, ...
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