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151. Redshift Anomalies [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... agreement about the state of astronomy and astrophysics at present. I have only recently read Arp's book, Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies and I find his work very uncommon-sensical and helpful to the new paradigm. I would be interested to know what his arguments were against your theory. The main advances since your publications is in the application of plasma physics to the problem of the source of galactic and stellar electrification. Also in the area of particle physics and challenges to Einstein's work, I follow as closely as I'm able the work of neo-classical physicists, particularly Ralph Sansbury of New York. I first met Ralph in London in 1981, after reading some of his work in 1980 and ...
152. The Bedrock of Myth [Articles]
... reality have not paid proper heed to the significance of the fact that connections of gods with planets are found in the later and not in the earliest sources of myth. To abandon the planetary and retain the north celestial polar aspect of the primeval gods allows for an open and unbiased approach to the question of whether there was ever any original physical basis for mythical conceptions. Until the thesis set forth in the course of this essay receives some measure of physical verification, it is still easily conceivable that the material of myth is due to subjective, visionary, psychic, mystic, metaphysical, cryptic, subliminal, or, if one can stomach the idea, occult factors. This ...
153. Aeon Volume I, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Group, 12001 S.W . Steamboat Dr., Beaverton, OR 97005. USA IN THIS ISSUE The Solar System and Electro-Gravitic Theory In this third installment on his theory of celestial motion, Charles Ginenthal applies the previously-outlined concepts to recently-gained knowledge about comets and asteroids. Page 5. Is Gravity Necessary? By Earl Milton, professor of Physics at the University of Lethbridge. A friendly challenge to Ginenthal's theory, submitted with the proposal that it may not go far enough. Page 14 Reply to Earl Milton Ginenthal takes up the challenge in a preliminary rejoinder. Page 19 On the Nature of Natural Selection and Speciation A critical assessment of the popularly-held Darwinian hypothesis, by James Strickling ...
154. Thoth Vol I, No. 17: June 30, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... , or three different ones," Neugebauer says. Neugebauer suspects the tail is "a lot of little stringy things" like those of some comets, which can have several ion tails. If so, says Neugebauer, "the theorists are going to have fun trying to explain why they're as narrow as we saw them". Standard physics says that narrow plasma streams are unstable and should dissipate fast. No one can yet explain how they hold together over tens of millions of kilometres. The Earth and Jupiter are well shielded from the solar wind because they have magnetic fields, which deflect the ions. But because Venus has no magnetic field, the solar wind may have ...
155. Transcript of the Morning Session of the A.A.A.S. Symposium [Articles]
... scientists and the public, and, as science becomes more specialized, this responsibility becomes more important. Today we are going to consider a set of ideas that have at their core a completely unconventional picture of planetary motion. Most scientists would say that this picture is totally impossible, because it violates many of the most firmly established principles of physics. To this Dr. Velikovsky would reply that there is overwhelming evidence that these events really did occur, and that, if they cause difficulties for the scientists, it is up to the scientists to resolve their own problems. No one who is involved with the organization of this symposium believes that Dr. Velikovsky's ideas are correct. ...
156. Ascent into Dissent: The Quantavolution Books (Review) [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... it alters all interpretation of the evidence no matter how sound it seems using a different metaphysics. The "Q Series" as a whole provides the context for interpretation of the evidence contained in each of its volumes. The two contents are inseparable. In the ten books de Grazia examines thoroughly the evidential record surviving from antiquity for hints of physical encounters which affected the culture of mankind. This record is dotted throughout the books, but it is most prominent in The Disastrous Love Affair of the Moon and Mars, where the theme of Homer's Iliad -is compared to the battles between planets in the first and second pre-Christian millennia. This book, -by the way, was the first ...
157. The Demands of the Saturnian Configuration Theory [Journals] [SIS Review]
... sphere, then so could I. That they chose not to accept what they had discovered was their business but the lameness with which they ended up explaining it away made me all the more ready to accept it. I shall not retrace the meandering path that led me to my conclusions [3 ], nor attempt a validation of the physical feasibility of the model. As Talbott said, when asked whether he should suggest some physical principles which could account for his scenario, I'm not a physicist' [4 ]. Neither am I but remember that things once thought impossible have eventually been found to be possible and that many of these have ended up becoming dogmas of science ...
158. The Saturn Thesis (Part 3) [Journals] [Aeon]
... : You've been speaking of several planets standing in line for quite some time now. Can you nail down this idea? Is it possible to generate a proof here, in some ironclad sense. Talbott: My claim is that the model can be verified using the same rules of logic we use in other disciplines, including all of the physical sciences. How completely does the model explain the general patterns that are not explained or predicted by other theoretical frameworks? The reason for taking a "slice of cosmic history" as a starting point, and for temporarily ignoring everything else, is to permit a focus on issues of logic and common sense, in a case where certain ...
159. The Gravitational-Electromagnetic Effects of Ultramassive Objects on the Solar System (Part II) [Journals] [Kronos]
... very fabric of space time in the vicinity of the planets. Putting aside these speculations for now, we shall concentrate in greater detail upon the more concrete effects of classical gravitation in this follow up work. The gravitational effects of an ultramassive object intrusion into the Solar System can be accurately described within the context of the so-called N-body problem in physics. To explore these effects in greater detail I have developed a computer model that simulates the motions of the objects involved (Sun, massive object, and planets). Pluto has been excluded from the simulations since its effect is relatively minor; and by excluding it, computational time is comfortably decreased. The model enables the user to ...
160. Aeon Volume III, Number 3: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... 1993) Texts Home | Aeon Home AEON A Symposium on Myth and Science Edited by: Ev Cochrane, Dwardu Cardona, Jan Sammer Frederic Jueneman, Lewis M. Greenberg Volume III, Number 3 ISSN 1066-5145 AEON, 2326 Knapp, Ames, IA 50010, USA Copyright (c ) October 1993 IN THIS ISSUE.From Myth to a Physical Model Dave Talbott offers some mythical guidelines for a physical model of the polar configuration. PAGE 5 A Proposed Model for the Polar Configuration Robert Grubaugh presents a physical model of the polar configuration. PAGE 39 Darkness and the Deep Dwardu Cardona discusses the events prior to Saturn's appearance as the polar Sun. PAGE 49 Indra's Theft of the Sun-God's ...
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