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271. The Magnetic Tube and the Planetary Orbits [Books] [de Grazia books]
... field lines of the magnetic column. This radiation process is called Bremsstrahlung, or braking radiation [50]. It is emitted whenever charged particles are retarded (decelerated). By radiating, the particles lose energy to the surrounding gas. An enormous glowing gas cloud soon surrounded the arc-an => afterglow-like the great ion trails left by large meteors. As they lose energy, the spiraling particles move with smaller and smaller radii around the magnetic field line. By emitting braking radiation, motion across the magnetic field is greatly reduced. Since motion along the magnetic field is unaffected by the presence of the field, it eventually dominates. Thus the gases surrounding the discharge tended to flow ...
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272. Solar System Today [Journals] [SIS Review]
... those who wish to keep informed about new developments in this exciting field. Each issue contains news, notes and reports on current solar system research, discoveries and results with special emphasis on new results obtained by interplanetary spacecraft, regular features including minor planet notes and comet notes with news of discoveries, recoveries and new research, solar reports and meteor news - plus notices of new books relevant to solar system astronomy. Two issues each year contain longer news reports and research papers by readers. "It breaks new ground, fills a gap in the serial literature of popular astronomy and altogether is welcome and recommended." - Journal of the British Astronomical Association. ". . . ...
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... Heaven in flames." The century of occurrence is still a matter of debate. Fotheringham chose 1062 B.C . There can be no solar eclipse on the 26th day of a lunar calendar month. Kugler explains the phenomenon: "The Earth was going through an immense train of small, dust-like, and also large meteorites. The meteoric dust created darkness; the larger meteorites became incandescent through friction in the atmosphere and put the sky in flames. (Sternkunde und Sterndienst in Babel, II, 2, 373 n.)" (b ) China. According to the Chinese book of songs, Shiking, the sun was obscured. The place where the observation was ...
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274. The Moon And Its Craters, Part 2 Mars Ch.9 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... a mile in diameter and much smaller than the crater formations on the moon. As is readily seen, both theories of lunar craters imply a great catastrophic occurrence. For such craters to have been formed, tremendous forces must have acted from inside or from without; if these formations were caused by impact on a viscous mass, gr eat meteors must have come flying from many directions. Bright streaks or "rays" up to ten miles wide radiate from some of the craters; their origin, too, is not known. There are also clefts, irregular in form, about half a mile wide and of unknown depth. In the cosmic catastrophes described in this book the ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  03 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/worlds/2090-moon-craters.htm
275. The Electric Universe: Part I: Electrical Scarring [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
...], but Wal suggests that the jets are actually cathode arcs, due to the comet moving radially to the Sun in which the comet's voltage is changing. Meteorites often contain crystals, condules and isotopic anomalies which Wal suggests were due to them being struck by cosmic lightning bolts in space. Meteor Crater in Arizona [] shows features associated with electrical arcs, including: fulgarites [eg see], and two sinuous rilles which Wal crossed during his trip to the crater. Some of the characteristics of lightning include filaments, parallelism and sinuosity. ...
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276. The Journal of Scientific Exploration [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... v2:2 , Archaeological Anomalies in the Bahamas; v4:1 , Luminous Phenomena and Seismic Energy in the Central United States; v5:2 , Ball Lightning and St. Elmo's Fire as Forms of Thunderstorm Activity; Social Scientific Paradigms for Investigating Anomalous Experience; v7:4 , Progress in Explaining the Mysterious Sounds Produced by Very Large Meteor Fireballs; v8:2 , Experimental Re-Examination of the Law of Conservation of Mass in Chemical Reactions ( Using modern sensitive and, in one case, automatic weighing techniques, the results obtained reveal time-dependent and long-range gravitational irregularities which are many orders of magnitude larger than expected relativistic mass effects, indicating an apparent violation of the law of conservation ...
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277. March 23rd, Part 2 Mars Ch.2 (Worlds in Collision) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Worlds in Collision]
... the phenomenon- the day, the month, and the year- is given. The sky was cloudless, so that the stars should have been visible- but were not, and this reminds us of the words of the prophets.6 The Biot Catalogue, which begins with this description of the year -687, subsequently notes only solitary meteors falling from the sky during all the following centuries up to the beginning of this era; the prodigy of the year -687 was not a pageant such as we may find again in the Chinese annals of later centuries. The rare phenomenon occurred in that year and in that part of the year- 23rd of March, -687- when ...
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... Synthesis Vol. VIII, No. 1 Fall 1982 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Contributors 3 Electric Discharge as the Source of Solar Radiant Energy (Part I) Ralph E. Juergens 15 The Listing by Months: An Ancient Study of the Disappearances of Venus Lynn E. Rose and Raymond C. Vaughan 38 On Comets, Comet-Like Luminous Apparitions and Meteors (Concluded) Ilse Fuhr 53 The Tower of Babel and the Confusion of Tongues James E. Strickling 63 Jupiter - God of Abraham (Part III) Dwardu Cardona 78 Hammurabi and the Revised Chronology Immanuel Velikovsky 85 Science-Fiction and Collective Amnesia: "Dragon's Egg" Richard J. Jaarsma 92 Vox Populi Ellenberger, Serjak 96 Special Offer Cover ...
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279. Square Craters Detected on Eros [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous spacecraft, which is orbiting Eros. "It's an indication that Eros is permeated with an extensive system of fractures and faults. Typically on Earth when we find this type of fractured area, the fractures form intersecting systems. Craters in such a terrain look square; called jointed craters. The best example is the Barringer Meteor Crater, in Arizona." Square craters add to accumulating evidence that Eros is riddled with cracks and ridges that extend the entire 33 km length of the peanut-shaped space rock. "We first saw long grooves in global pictures of the asteroid when NEAR was entering orbit around Eros in February 2000," continued Cheng. "Now, ...
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... mass of the striking body must have been completely pulverized and vaporized by the explosion. This conclusion supported Barringer's view on the meteoritic origin of Coon Butte, but it also caused the withdrawal of financial support for further investigation, as there seemed to be no hope of recovering the rich iron-nickel mass. The Coon Butte began to be called the Meteor Crater. In 1931 the Henbury Craters were discovered in Australia, and in 1933 their meteoritic origin was fairly well established. Scientists began to accept the idea that huge meteorites, able to produce large craters, had actually hit our Earth. But the `battle of the Barringer Crater' was not over yet. Scientists argued that if ...
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