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... his whole life, that of his family and countless others; perhaps the reverberations have only just begun. [* According to Albert Einstein: "There is no logical way to the discovery of the elementary laws of nature. There is only the way of intuition" (see Gerald Holton's study [ 1969 ] in the American Journal of Physics) . The above was cited by Leo Rosten in The Power of Positive Nonsense (N .Y ., 1977), p. 69. - LMG ) Shortly thereafter, in a casual conversation, Velikovsky began to speculate on the origin of the Dead Sea in Palestine and, consequently, whether some sort of natural catastrophe had ...
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352. Untitled [Books]
... values is always and principally society. Everything occurs for the welfare of the tribe, the group. In primitive terms, the life of the tribe is threatened at the beginning by dangers within it. The tribe, to guarantee its continued fertility, must maintain a harmony with the divine and the natural, which are the major factors affecting physical existence. This means that every member must play his role, and the mating and reproduction, particularly among those at the top, must occur between those clearly chosen to be marriage partners, and under the most auspicious circumstances. All of this, which means the very life and future of the tribe, is threatened by the original ...
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353. S.I.S Review Vol. VII PART A: 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) (Judacia) Dr Hugo Meynell (Philosophy) Dr John Milsom (Geophysics) Dr Earl Milton (Physics) Dr Trevor Palmer (Life Sciences) Michael Reade ...
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... used are quite different. The 92 basic chemical elements of the earth (now sometimes listed as 102) are identified by the lengths of the light rays into which they metamorphose on being made incandescent. These chemical elements arrive on the earth as energy rays and return again to celestial space as energy rays. Based on the latest findings of physical and cosmic science it seems reasonable to postulate that everything in and on the earth, excepting its core, has been created within the past 4.6 billion years-including Iand, oceans, and atmosphere. These three entities are each composed of some or all of the 92 basic chemical elements, whose essences all become individual light and heat ...
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355. The Birth and Death of Memory [Books] [de Grazia books]
... Hesiod, reciting this profound truth, goes on to describe how the muses work, reminding us of a combined team for domestic propaganda and psychological warfare. As a result, all the arts and sciences have been manipulated by the muses. What we know of the catastrophes must come from a "natural history" - geology, biology, physics and astronomy-and a politics, philosophy, and theology that have been censored by the Muses. Additionally, we must obtain our historical material from myth, song, dances, and drama that are similarly screened. It is well to insist upon this premise, whether we come to the problem from an acquaintanceship with the natural sciences ...
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356. Thoth Vol I, No. 20: August 3, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... of photons in opposite directions to villages north and south of Geneva along optical fibers of the kind used to transmit telephone calls. Reaching the ends of these fibers, the two photons were forced to make random choices between alternative, equally possible pathways. Since there was no way for the photons to communicate with each other, "classical" physics would predict that their independent choices would bear no relationship to each other. But when the paths of the two photons were properly adjusted and the results compared, the independent decisions by the paired photons always matched, even though there was no physical way for them to communicate with each other. Albert Einstein sneered [at] the very ...
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... to the solar system since its origin, 2) collisions played a major part in these rearrangements, 3) the terrestrial planets may have originated from one or more of the giant planets, 4) and electromagnetic fields and charges have a significant effect on the characteristics of the solar system. REFERENCES 1. Schatzman, E.: "Physics of the Solar Systems, 409, NASA SP-300 (ed. S. I. Ramsool, 1972) 2. McCrea, W. H., Proceedings, Royal Astronomical Society Series A, 256 (May 31, 1960) 3. Alfven, H., Astrophysical Journal 137, 981 (1963) 4. Suvorov, ...
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... , and which the editor liked. I had some misgivings about the paper being dated, whatwith recent advances being made in laser technology, and conveyed this opinion to Industrial Research. However, not being a qualified referee in these matters, I suggested that it be sent to someone who was. Horace C. Dudley, professor of radiation physics at the University of Illinois Medical Center, read Velikovsky's article and independently concurred with me that, since the paper was about ten years old, the approach was dated and might do Velikovsky more harm than good. This turned out not to be a valid argument, and even though the paper was subsequently published in Pensée V, I ...
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359. Thoth Vol III, No. 8: May 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... how close to the threshold of disbelief comes the weird and wonderful world of science and technology. The work of for other Canberra men of science also challenges that threshold. Wally Anfiloff of Spence, the author of the only genuine S&T article we published on April 1, has a sweeping alternative theory about the Earth's geology. A physics and geology graduate with 20 years government service, Wally says he is "the world's top tectonics expert" and ASIO has been trying to entice him to Russia "to conceal the collapse of the science, and to give the USA a free hand dumping nuclear waste in Australia". Wal Thornhill, of Chapman, is also a ...
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... that earlier book and the controversy it had generated. Ages in Chaos Velikovsky had actually written Ages in Chaos and Worlds in Collision concurrently. Both works stemmed from identifying accounts in the Bible and in the Papyrus Ipuwer as of the sanie set of actual events, a cosmic catastrophe during which the Exodus took place. Worlds in Collision describes the physical events on earth and in the heavens, whereas Ages in Chaos deals with the social and political histories. In the recorded history of Egypt as conventionally interpreted, Velikovsky says, one finds no references to events of major significance in the history of the Jews- the "glorious age of King Solomon," the time of bondage in ...
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