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... Kronos Vol. I No. 4 (Winter 1976) Home | Issue Contents The Jupiter Effect: The Planets as Triggers of Devastating Earthquakes by John Gribbin and Stephen Plagemann (Walker and Company, 720 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y . 10019; $7 .95) Reviewed by Robert W. Bass Professor of Physics and Astronomy Brigham Young University Observations of sunspot cycles since the year 1604 produce a peak amplitude period of 11.05 years. Professor Karl D. Wood (Nature, vol. 240 (1972), p. 91) has published a computation of the height of tides raised on the Sun by Venus, Earth and Jupiter for ...
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... lines related to this active section have been described previously, including all the Atlantic islands and those in the Caribbean Sea. A century ago Moreau de Jonne's, a geologist of standing, pointed out that these volcanic chains usually follow the meridians from north to south. We have the visual evidence of this before our eyes and records prove what physical geography confirms that for a considerable age the volcanic or seismic belt has followed the linears from the direction of the present Magnetic or the Ecliptic North Poles. It accounts for the prevalence of meteoric falls within the regions north of the Equator. These are matters to which students of meteorology should direct their careful attention, for they have a ...
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... discarding the prevalent paleontological view of [the] prehistory of man and apes. Chimpanzees, he says, are descendants of Australopithecus africanus and gorillas [are descendants of] of Australopithecus robustus. Moreover, he claims, the common ancestor of all the humanoids was a glabrous [( furless)], tool-using biped, more like us, physically, than like any of the living pongids. Because newborn chimpanzees, gorillas, and orangutans have copious head-hair and adults of these three species have sparser body hair than the monkeys of either hemisphere, this is evidence, says Treviņo, that the pongids are still in [the] process of readapting to an arboreal way of life. ...
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... . . in danger of becoming a dogma, called upon to protect existing teachings in celestial mechanics."(2 ) However, the posture that justifies such behavior surely is compromised by the observation that cosmic space, like the stars themselves, is permeated with matter of excellent electrical conductivity. Notwithstanding, scientists tacitly continue to assume that the physical isolation of the Sun, or any other star lacking a close companion, is total. If it can be assumed that the Sun's properties (such as luminosity, temperature, or stability) arise from its essence (chemical composition, mass, and size), mathematical models describing stellar processes involve simple correlations between the physical description of ...
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375. Thoth Vol I, No. 3: February 18, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... some dates down - even approximations - and some idea of the disruption of our strata here plus whatever was "dumped" from the other planets and we have something to work with. We can now .. .ask the question - how did human society and/or civilizations get off the ground..., etc Chronology. Physical Evidence. Dynamics. All of these issues intertwine. Moreover, various individuals exploring catastrophist ideas will work from different perspectives, and will hold different ideas as to what constitutes the most solid ground for a starting point. The solid ground in my own orientation to these things is the substratum of human memory. It is this substratum that ...
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376. Searching for Answers to Solar Mysteries [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... Two Mysteries on shuttle Discovery - What do the Little Ice Age and the solar corona have in common? They were both the target of science experiments on shuttle Discovery earlier this week. Full story: .htm A Tale of Two Mysteries: Solar physics experiments on STS-95 will address two of the biggest puzzles of science. November 5, 1998: Shuttle Discovery is carrying two telescopes, SOLCON and SPARTAN, designed to unravel two of the most perplexing mysteries in science. One mystery concerns the temperature of the Earth: Did the Sun cause a "Little Ice Age" two hundred years ...
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... each person as an individual defined mostly by chronological experience, while, to the other, the basic individual is the whole of mankind, holistically defined by its collective past more than by its local present. Catastrophist poetics therefore defines narrative art (and indeed all art) as a form of imaginative human expression containing truth which is at once physical, historical, psychological, and numinous. (We must remember, of course, that the concept of universal truth in creative art is both very old and very new.(8 ) Every known society East and West, with the occasional exception of ours, has believed it.) This means that the narrative artist is and ...
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378. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of A.Haldar's theory that the Amorite migration there was caused by famine. Within the limitations imposed by the author's acceptance of the conventional chronology for this period, his interpretation of the evidence is thoughtful and well argued, and even where one is unable to accept his interpretation, he is always stimulating. Geoffrey Gammon THE JOURNAL OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS vol.l , part 1, January 1982 (75pp) Journal of Classical Physics, Box 2212, Mount Vernon, New York 10550 In 1946 Velikovsky published a paper called "Cosmos without Gravitation" (SCRIPTA ACADEMIA HIEROSOLYMITANA, Scientific Report IV, 1946) in which he suggested that gravity is not a force different from the stronger ...
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... popular scientific opinion. One can argue, for example, that the rate at which signals are propagated from space vehicles to the Earth indicates that the free space permittivity and permeability hold throughout "empty space." Or that there is nothing in "space" which would allow shifts in these quantities, that "empty space" has no physical properties, and so on. But Eddington, who was certainly as aware as any physicist today of the meaning of the gravitational constant, derived it (gamma) from scalars and electrical quantities. No one is arguing about the Cavendish Experiment, or about the routine affairs of space guidance. Our proposal is designed only to encourage and ...
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... opens up a new approach to problems such as the nature and consequences of volcanism on the celestial bodies. In the past 50 yr only Vsekhsviatsky has actively considered modern volcanism on planets, in particular on Moon-like bodies(3 ,4 ). He proceeded from the concept of eruptive origin of comets, however, and did not suggest a physical mechanism to explain the volcanic activity he had postulated. The absence of modern volcanism on the Moon and Mars was against Vsekhsviatsky's ideas and few people considered them seriously, especially in connection with the possible volcanic ejection of icy blocks. Progress was made by Peale et al.(5 ) who predicted the existence of the volcanoes just before ...
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