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261. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... are apt to make many of the existing theories about the Exodus and the parting of the waters seem rather problematical. A. H. Rees, Golborne, Warrington Reaction to 1987 Review Dear Sir, Improving the accuracy of radiometric dating techniques is a worthwhile task and it is good for Earl Milton to point out possible problems as in "Physics, Astronomy and Chronology" in C & C Review IX (1987), pp.24-33,44. His concern, however, regarding the radiometric dating of catastrophic events in the Holocene is largely a red herring. This follows from the fact that such events would have registered by depositing various debris than can be recovered from ocean ...
262. The Age of Velikovsky [Books]
... historical periods (i .e ., the period from the fall of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom to the time of Alexander the Great's successor in Egypt, Ptolemy I) which he viewed as being Ages in Chaos. Since these ideas were first presented, considerable evidence has accumulated which supports both the historical reconstruction and the possibility that the proposed physical interactions did occur. Many discoveries of the Space Age were anticipated by Velikovsky's theory. But more important, whether or not these discoveries were anticipated, these and other space probe data fit exceedingly well with the model he proposed. Also important is the fact that many of these discoveries were not anticipated by conventional thinking of the late forties ...
263. A Fire not Blown [Books]
... copper and iron had fallen (or better Q-CD vol. 13, A Fire Not Blown, Introduction 7 descended as a gift) from the skies on occasion, reversing the labyrinthine path that men could hope to follow. In the comparison of Hawara and Knosos is to be found a typical anomaly of dates, the two archaeologies exhibiting similar physical and psychic features. In them, one has occasion to understand the pillar or column as a construction. It is a commemoration of the pillar of electrical fire that connected the two major components of the system of Solaria Binaria and thereby all of the planets and minor bodies and electromagnetic fields with their transported materials. Resurrection was strongly promoted ...
264. Velikovsky's Sources Volume Three [Books]
... those upon whom the power of the god had not descended must have shrunk back on the Night of Fire for the Adversaries'. They would have been unable to say I come forth and I go into the devouring fire on the day of the repelling of rebels in Letopolis'. They would have been repelled in a very real and physical sense, and would, therefore, have been reckoned among the transgressors." The details of the fire- ceremony, whether in flesh or spirit, are not given in Wainwright's article, if indeed they are known, but there seems to be little doubt that the central idea of it was a judgement via a trial- by ...
265. Thoth Vol IV, No 13: Aug 31, 2000 [Journals] [Thoth]
... the people using them, by the characteristics of that part of reality people currently live in, by the dynamics of social and cultural power. Instead of being built on a foundation, knowledge is composed of relationships. The metaphor of construction is misleading. There is no "foundation" which justifies all subsequent knowledge built on it. Modern physics, for example, is anchored to a philosophy that sank over a century ago, as Karl Popper (among others) has pointed out. The rocks that sank it were the discoveries in the late 1800s about how the brain works. Neurons firing in your brain are distinguished only by their relationship with other neurons. Information about the ...
266. "Proofs" of the Stability of the Solar System [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Stability of the Solar System Robert W. Bass Dr Bass, a Rhodes Scholar, studied at Johns Hopkins Univetsity and Oxford, took his doctorate in 1955 under the late Aurel Wintner and undertook post-doctoral research at Princeton University under Solomon Lefschetz. He has held a number of important posts in the Aerospace Engineering industry and is at present Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Brigham Young University, Utah. He is the principal inventor of the Topolotron, or "magnetic bottle", a device enabling the peaceful utilisation of fusion energy, and originator of a theorem confirmed observationally and computationally by M. Ovenden under the name of the Principle of Least Interaction Action (tagged the "Principle of ...
267. Experiment Explains Charged Dust Space [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Mars. Researchers have assumed the lunar dust levitation is caused by ultraviolet photons from the sun ejecting electrons from isolated grains of dust, giving each a positive charge. The same radiation also is thought to be knocking electrons off the moon's surface rocks, causing the electrons to bounce upward and negatively charge dust grains near the surface, said CU-Boulder physics Professor Scott Robertson. The end result is thought to be that negatively charged dust particles fall back to the surface while a small belt of positively charged particles float several feet above the surface. The positively charged particles are thought to be held in place in a layer less than a foot across by gravitational forces pulling the particles toward the ...
268. Young Velikovsky: From Bergson to Berger [Journals] [Kronos]
... Palestine, Dr. Immanuel Velikovsky lived in relative obscurity on Mount Carmel. But in 1928, as he later recalled, I became interested in the problems of the unconscious. My own experience did not go beyond observations of behavior in several hysterical patients, but I spent time in reading and contemplating the problems of collective unconscious mind and the physical aspect of the mental processes.(3 ) During the winter of 1929-30 he organized his observations and thoughts and wrote a paper on the subject. In its attempt to describe a hypothetical "nervous energy", that paper may be regarded as a late development of the nineteenth-century Hirnmythologie (brain mythology) school of anatomophysiology. This school ...
269. Velikovsky and the Apparatus of Scholarship [Journals] [SIS Review]
... is the fault of his detractors, who have never given him a fair hearing, but equally it is the fault of Dr Velikovsky's supporters, and to a great extent of Dr Velikovsky himself. First of all, Dr Velikovsky's theses concern the realms of science, if they are concerned with anything at all. He deals with chemistry and physics, astronomy and astrophysics, geology and palaeontology, celestial mechanics and gravity, to name but a few of the hard sciences in which he has laboured. When scientific supporters do emerge for Dr Velikovsky's hypotheses, however, all too frequently they are discovered to be working in areas of their discipline other than those with which Velikovsky has been ...
... of the seventh century before the present era. Harmony or stability in the celestial and terrestrial spheres is the point of departure of the present-day concept of the world as expressed in the celestial mechanics of Newton and the theory of evolution of Darwin. If these two men of science are sacrosanct, this book is a heresy. However, modern physics . . . describes dramatic changes in the microcosm- the atom- the prototype of the solar system; a theory . . . that envisages not dissimilar events in the macrocosm- the solar system- brings the modern concepts of physics to the celestial sphere. This book is written for the instructed and uninstructed alike. No formula and ...
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