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31. Snowball Mini-comets [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... the dayglow images had small blemishes in the form of dark spots. After considerable effort to determine that the spots were not just noise or errors in transmission (since the spots were often no more than a pixel wide) it was found that the spots were real, that they grew and faded quickly and moved in a prograde fashion like meteoric dust. So the cause appeared to be extraterrestrial. The next question was what could cause the rapid extinction and recovery of the dayglow over a circle about 30 miles (48km) in diameter? The holes are too big to be caused by a solid object, so Frank decided it must be a cloud of water vapour. This ...
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... added).* Dr. Horst Friedrich Worthsee, Fed. Rep. of Germany [* Editor's Note: Charles Fort was referred to, albeit in a paraphrased way, by Peter J. James in his review of Ever Since Darwin (KRONOS VII:4 , pp. 26-27). - LMG] ON POLAR SHIFTS AND THE METEOR SHOWER OF -687 In a note following my "Postscript" (KRONOS VII:3 , p. 88), Lynn E. Rose maintains that if Velikovsky had seen an Indian celestial chart "that put the celestial equator within a few degrees of the zenith of, say, Calcutta, that would have been more than sufficient for ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 110  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0802/081vox.htm
33. Earth Lights [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Home | Issue Contents Earth Lights Phillip Clapham While Clube & Napier, and Velikovsky minus the planets Venus and Mars, may have touched upon some of the themes behind global religio-myth, catastrophe in the last few thousand years of human history has simply not been dramatic enough to consistently reinforce more ancient events that may have effected the human psyche. Meteoric material of the Clube & Napier variety was episodic and patchy, spectacular on rare occasions but largely a firework display and harmless the rest of the time. Dick Atkinson in his review (C &C Review XIII, 1991) of The Cosmic Winter, was absolutely correct in adopting a sceptical view of some of the claims made by ...
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... From: The Mysterious Comet by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Meteors And Weather II - Hurricanes And Their Origin THE weather remains fine or wet over a period according to the absence or presence of meteoric bodies. After a disturbance of any magnitude the effects are felt over a wide area and sometimes for a considerable time. Let us look at the famous Tokyo Earthquake of 1923, when in Tokyo alone 350,000 houses were destroyed and there were over 130 000 casualties. At noon on September 1, 1923, Tokyo, Yokohama, and other were shaken almost to pieces and the after effects were felt over a considerable area. The summer prior to ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 109  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/102-hurricanes.htm
... III - The Movements Of A Comet ONE of the great principles of the Universe is the law of attraction. It operates everywhere, in thousands of subtle ways, from the greatest to the least, but the general principle is ever present. A moth is attracted to a candle, a woman attracts a man, a volcano attracts a meteor, and the sun attracts a comet. Astronomers allege that the two great outer planets, Saturn and Jupiter, attract comets into the solar system. Howe states that the attraction of Jupiter sometimes increases a comet's velocity and its orbit becomes a parabola, or, if it diminish it, an ellipse, when the comet becomes an attache ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 108  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/203-movement.htm
... Dog-star Sirius, from whose direction the twin comets emanated. If these facts are correct, opposed as they may be to accepted ancient history and geography as that, we have a record of a vast cometary appulsion on the northern European lands, mainly Scandinavia and Scotland, followed by a tremendous deluge, quite in accordance with the evidence of meteor impacts, whose ravages and effects are visible to this day in the remains of the Drift, causing a series of catastrophes so appalling, widespread, and gigantic in their effects as to stagger the imagination, a period when great cities and forests were swallowed up in yawning chasms of blue-red flame, when new mountain heights were thrown down ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 105  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/204-famous.htm
37. Meteorobs - Amateur Meteor Observation Network [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:1 (June 1998) Home | Issue Contents Meteorobs - Amateur Meteor Observation Network From: Lew Gramer, Date: 10 February 1998 "Meteorobs" is an email mailing list devoted to all aspects of (primarily amateur) meteor observing: its 220+ subscribers include representatives from most major national and international amateur meteor organizations, some professional researchers, and many of the most experienced individual amateurs in the world! All postings to meteorobs' are archived on the Web at: If you have any questions or suggestions about meteorobs' ...
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38. Father Kugler's Falling Star [Journals] [Kronos]
... rising and setting and the reciprocal relationships between the sun and the fixed stars, in a period two thousand years in the past. All this, however, is necessary in order to establish the true significance of particular passages.(13) Kugler recognises in lines 512, 513 and 515 a description of the arrival of "two enormous meteors of the apparent size and form of the sun and the moon . . . with their characteristic accompanying features", but is happy to leave them out of the subsequent action, accepting them, presumably, as no more than the excuse the ancients needed to write a poem about the events following.(14) The parallel passage ...
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... From: The Mysterious Comet by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part Two: The Comet And Its Work II - Cometary Earth Contact And Life WE pass for a while from meteors to comets, for the purpose of examining the relation of these strange visitors with our solar system generally and the earth in particular. Exactly what distinction should be drawn between a comet and a meteor is not too simple. For instance, was the body seen in Rome on December 24, 1924, a big meteor or was it a comet? The only tentative definition I can offer is that a comet is a celestial body of size seen by observers in the heavens, and that a ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 98  -  31 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/books/beaumont/comet/202-cometary.htm
40. Electromagnetic Interference From Meteor Showers [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... From: SIS Internet Digest 1998:2 (Dec 1998) Home | Issue Contents Electromagnetic Interference From Meteor Showers 11 June 1998 Andrew Yee <> wrote: "It is possible," Ailor told the subcommittee, "that some satellites will be damaged, but the most likely source of damage will not be from a rock blasting a hole in a satellite, but rather, from the creation of a plasma, or free electric charge on the spacecraft. The charge could cause damage to computers and other sensitive electronic circuits on board the spacecraft, and ultimately cause the spacecraft to fail. For example," Ailor said ...
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