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... that their fathers had made in 1950. The sons knew very well that their fathers had made fools of themselves in 1950; nonetheless, in spite of everything that had happened in the intervening years, the sons would not budge. They adhered to their dogmas with intense zeal, no matter what. Theories seems to obey a set of physical laws all their own. Even if they are subjected to great forces and impacts, they may remain where they are. Knock all of the props from under them, and they may not fall. They are like Magritte's "Castle in the Pyrenees" --in which a huge rock is suspended in space over a seashore: atop the ...
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112. Galactic Domains, G Fluctuations and Geomagnetic Reversals [Journals] [Catastrophist Geology]
... constant G is subjected to occasional short-duration fluctuations at times of reversal of the geomagnetic field. Evidence suggests a correlation between field reversals and deformations of the Earth's crust, and the hypothesis is turther supported by the one to four frequency correlation between the galactic cycle and related sedimentation sequences. 1 - The Constancy of G The universal constancy of fundamental physical constants over a Cosmic time-scale is a oasic issue in theoretical physics. The theme owes its primary appeal to a proposal by Dirac (1937), who constructed, from the fundamental atomic and cosmological constants, certain dimensionless ratios, which had the, numerical value of approximately 1039 . From this empirical basis Dirac argued that all such very ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 68  -  09 May 2004  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/catgeo/cg77dec/42galact.htm
113. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... From: SIS Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1988 No 1 (May 1988) Home | Issue Contents Monitor Creative Cosmos?source: New Scientist 17.12.87, pp.41-44 "Most people accept without question that the physical world is coherent and harmonious. Yet according to the traditional scientific picture, the Universe is just a random collection of particles with blind forces acting upon them. There is, then, a deep mystery as to how a seemingly directionless assembly of passive entities conspire to produce the elaborate structure and complex organisation found in nature." Thus Prof Paul Davies of Newcastle University begins a fascinating article on "the creative cosmos". He notes that ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 68  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/workshop/w1988no1/27monit.htm
114. Writing The Epilogue. File I (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... set and proofread: whether to include them in, or omit them from, the book. They dealt with celestial mechanics. In the Epilogue I discussed the problems solved and the new problems that presented themselves in the fields of history and chronology, Bible criticism, development of religion, mass psychology, geology, paleontology, astronomy, and physics. I wrote: Having discovered some historical facts and having solved a few problems, we are faced with more problems in almost all fields of science.... Barriers between sciences serve to create the belief in a scientist in any particular field that other scientific fields are free from problems, and he trusts himself to borrow from ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 67  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/stargazers/112-writing.htm
... From: Aeon I:4 (Jul 1988) Home | Issue Contents The Saturn Myth: A Tentative Physical Model Robert Driscoll 1. Introduction The Saturn myth may be daunting to many because it seems to defy the basic "laws" of physics (1 ) . However, the literature of modern catastrophism now includes components which may be combined into a tentative model capable, qualitatively, of exhibiting key phenomena described in the Saturn myth. On the other hand, the crucial quantitative aspects of the model- the limits, due to basic physical law, within which it could have come into real existence, evolved, and disappeared- are yet to be evaluated, and ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 67  -  30 Jul 2008  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/aeon/vol0104/050smyth.htm
... , so we bask comfortably in the conviction that our own heroes and holy things shall forever enjoy uncontested prestige. In what we are about to consider, it is of rather more than passing importance to recognize the supreme holiness of abandoned grounds, the sacred light that was part of the place, the very core of the mysteries. The physical remains under present consideration are the Temple and Cenotaph* [* A Cenotaph is a monument or empty tomb honoring a dead person whose body is somewhere else. Abydos' most famous cenotaph is that of Seti 1, and was conceived as the symbolic tomb of Osiris. It is also sometimes referred to as the Osireion (see K ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 67  -  05 Mar 2003  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/kronos/vol0803/006seti.htm
117. A Tale Of Two Venuses [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... 1966, still didn't quite get Bauer's consensus and wrote, "The clouds of Jupiter . . . are thought to be composed of frozen crystals of ammonia, but this is not certain. The temperature of the clouds is about 100oC."23 By 1967, five years after Bauer's consensus, Raymond Hide, Professor of Geophysics and Physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, somehow was unaware of this consensus and wrote: "about minus 120 degrees Celsius. Nevertheless, the surface is significantly hotter than it would be if solar radiation were the only form of energy reaching it. 24 Were all the scientists, astronomers and science writers cited below ignorant that by 1962 the ...
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118. The Knowledge Industry [Books] [de Grazia books]
... of 1979 and significantly some students kept in touch with him afterwards, interested in keeping informed and hoping to form an association. Milton to de Grazia February 15, 1980: Our department is being reviewed, and me with it. Trainor is one of the referees, the other is hostile. Yesterday he said, Milton is not doing physics because Kronos is not include in Physics Abstracts nor Science Citation Index. That remark deserves immortality. Hang in there, Al, we're winning. Milton was a popular professor at Lethbridge University and was teaching and reading quantavolution in his general physics and astronomy classes. He was an intellectual force on the vast Canadian Prairie, in touch with ...
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119. Aeon Volume V, Number 4: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... PAGE 29 SIS Internet Digest 1999:1 . PAGE 56 New- from Holoscience The Electric Universe. PAGE 78 Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion PAGE 87 Sun, Moon and Sothis PAGE 88 Let there be Darkness: The Reign of the Swastika PAGE 89 Aeon Volume V, Number 4 CONTRIBUTORS Emilio Spedicato graduated in physics at Milano University and worked at the CISE nuclear research center till 1976. He is Professor of Operations Research and head of Mathematics at the University of Bergamo. He has conducted research at several institutions, including Stanford University and Hatfield Polytechnic, and has developed an interest in cosmic catastrophism since the mid eighties. Dwardu Cardona has been a ...
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... were inexplicable to me. One was that an electrically charged rotating body emits two magnetic fields: a radial field and a tangential field which weakens to zero over five rotations of the body, presumably from the time when it first starts rotating, unless it is cyclic. The reference to this (p . 2) was not a standard physics text book, but a 1975 Indianapolis, Ind., book for Radio Engineers, which I was not able to check. An electric charge would be mainly on the surface of a conducting body, so the rotation would produce the equivalent of a solenoid with current flowing round the axis of rotation, producing a magnetic field. leaving ...
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