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331. Phobia, Amnesia, and the Psyche [Journals] [Kronos]
... , Amnesia, and the Psyche Lewis M. Greenberg "It is a psychological phenomenon in the life of individuals as well as whole nations that the most terrifying events of the past may be forgotten or displaced into the subconscious mind. As if obliterated are impressions that should be unforgettable. To uncover their vestiges and their distorted equivalents in the physical life of peoples is a task not unlike that of overcoming amnesia in a single person." - Immanuel Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision (1950) "There never can be a man so lost as one who is lost in the vast and intricate corridors of his own lonely mind, where none may reach and none may save. ...
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332. On the Pendulum Experiment (Vox Popvli) [Journals] [Kronos]
... 1979) there appeared a short article entitled "Two Experiments Involving Gravity and Electromagnetism" by Immanuel Velikovsky. The first of the suggested experiments, in which the ascent and descent of a charged pendulum are timed separately, had been suggested first in 1946 in his 22 page synopsis, Cosmos Without Gravitation. This aspect of his work- theoretical physics- Velikovsky had little time for during his career, and he received little cooperation from those able to carry out his proposed experiments, another of which was an elegant test of Einstein's Special Relativity Theory. Yet, Velikovsky's theory of gravitation is potentially at least as significant as his work in the fields of astronomy and history. At least ...
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333. A New Introduction to Earth in Upheaval [Journals] [SIS Review]
... me that he knew Earth in Upheaval by heart; he debated it with me at the first open meeting of "Cosmos and Chronos", which he founded on the campus of Princeton University in January 1965 for study and discussion of my work. Such groups sprang up on other campuses, too. Today, the groups studying in the physical and geophysical fields find a centre in Cosmos & Chronos, Physical Sciences Division, P.O .B . No. 12807, Fort Worth, Texas 76116. This group is directed by Dr. C. J. Ransom, who was previously with the Physics Department of the University of Texas at Austin. Humanistic and natural-historical studies ...
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334. S.I.S Review Vol. V Number 4: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (Co-ordinating) Brian Moore Editorial Assistant: Neil Lawson Production Consultant: Rosemary Burnard Contributing Editor: Malcolm Lowery Editorial Associates: Geoffrey Gammon (History) Wal Thornhill (Science) Editorial Consultants: Dr John Bimson (Biblical Archaeology) Eric Crew, F.I .E .E ., F.R .A .S . (Physics) Dr John J. Fermor (Climatology) Michael Jones, M.A . (Cantab.) (Egyptology) Hyam Maccoby, M.A . (Oxon) (Judaica) Dr Hugo Meynell (Philosophy) Dr John Milsom (Geophysics) Dr Earl Milton (Physics) Dr Trevor Palmer (Life Sciences) Michael Reade ...
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... . By contrast, Velikovsky grounded his principal dynamic in historically fixed, natural calamities, and opened his assumptions to external, quantitative validation by means not available to other analysis-based theories. At the same time, by emphasizing an active repression to explain collective amnesia, a psychoanalytic perspective was retained. But, for experiences acquired during great psychological and physical shock there is more than motivated forgetting (repression) with which to contend. Individual memory can be affected by a variety of causes that would not come under the rubric of repressed memories (emotionally blocked retrieval) but which result in irretrievable loss through initial memory storage failure. Research has established that the biological memory mechanism requires time to ...
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... used to explain astronomical observations and even predict new phenomena so as to lend credibility to the theory. The point Larson makes in his letter that the dimensions of scalar motion are purely mathematical is an important one. By theorizing that scalar motions have a potential of nine degrees of freedom (three scalar dimensions) from which, for any conventional physical reference frame, any three (one scalar dimension) can be operating, he allows ample mathematical freedom to describe observations recorded in the conventional physical frame. This added mathematical freedom coupled to a commutative algebra has apparently allowed him to unify the previously nonunifiable "fields" or forces of physics. \cdrom\pubs\journals\kronos ...
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337. The Determinants of Scientific Behaviour [Journals] [SIS Review]
... University in Canberra. Observations of the response of scientists to unorthodoxies indicate that conventional explanations of their behaviour are not fully adequate. Two further factors, links to outside interests and vested interests in professional expertise, demand greater attention by sociologists of science. A school student sends a letter to a well-known scientist, head of a major school of physics. The letter is passed down to one of the professors in the school. Then the letter is passed down from the professor to a senior postgraduate student. A note of explanation is added: "If you feel kind, answer; otherwise hurl it away." Finally, a beginning postgraduate student in the same office takes on ...
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338. S.I.S Review Vol. VI Number 4: Contents [Journals] [SIS Review]
... (Co-ordinating) Brian Moore Editorial Assistant: Neil Lawson Production Consultant: Rosemary Burnard Contributing Editor: Malcolm Lowery Editorial Associates: Geoffrey Gammon (History) Wal Thornhill {Science) Editorial Consultants: Dr John Bimson (Biblical Archaeology) Eric Crew, F.I .E .E ., F.R .A .S . (Physics) Dr John J. Fermor (Climatology) Michael Jones, M.A , (Cantab.) (Egyptology) Hyam Maccoby, M.A . (Oxon), (Judaica) Dr Hugo Meynell (Philosophy of Science) Dr John Milsom (Geophysics) Dr Earl Milton (Physics) Dr Trevor Palmer (Life Sciences ...
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339. Forum [Journals] [Pensee]
... emission, as well as tests of visible light. Those who utilize the newest astronomic devices should be aware of the body of excellent observational data which exists, indicating that General Relativity must be accepted as of now, as only an unproven speculative hypothesis. For science's sake, avoid hero worship! H. C. Dudley Professor of Radiation Physics University of Illinois Medical Center Chicago, Illinois REFERENCES 1. Annual Report, Director, Mt. Wilson Observatory, Carnegie Institute of Washington, Year Book 20, 1921. 2. C. L. Poor, Gravity Versus Relativity (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1922), p. 256. Poor was ...
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340. The SIS Evolution Debate Continued [Journals] [SIS Review]
... shall argue, a new species is probably going to be less genetically diverse than the cheetah before its attenuation. The conditions for the emergence of a new species probably cannot be known until species creation is experimentally achieved. But, in theory at least, isolation from the parent species must be a major requirement. It will rarely happen that physical (i .e ., geographical) isolation allows the populations to breed separately. More often, and there are numerous examples in the insect world, related species have evolved adjacent to or in the midst of each other, and this occurs by dint of reproductive isolation, a mutation or series of mutations leading to an alteration in ...
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