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421. Contributors [Journals] [Kronos]
... Univ.; M.B .A , Univ. of Pennsylvania); Mr. Ellenberger has received degrees in chemical engineering and finance & operations research. His writings on a wide range of subjects have appeared in periodicals as diverse as Analog, New Scientist, Penthouse, Science Digest, Fate and Pursuit, with Velikovskian topics published in Physics Today, Industrial Research & Development and SIS Review & Workshop. His role as an advocate for Velikovsky's ideas led to invited contributions in Zetetic Scholar, Biblical Archaeology Review, Astronomy and Frontiers of Science. Henry A. Hoff (B .A ., Univ. of Illinois); Mr. Hoff is a metals physicist and has ...
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... and the topography exposed at the time the maps were drawn. Furthermore, if the subglacial features were properly placed on the maps after they had been reconfigured from their original platting, could the methodology to derive these reconfigurations be a fraud? That is, if the reconfigured maps give fairly accurate latitude and longitude positions as well as show accurately-placed physical subglacial topographic features, could the researchers' methodology be wrong? Try to do this with a large unknown island and it would be impossible to get the latitudes and longitudes fairly accurate, or the island's topographic features in their correct positions. This, apparently, is what Mallery and Hapgood accomplished as we shall see. Three caveats are ...
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423. Aeon Volume VI, Number 5: Contents [Journals] [Aeon]
... Sluijs In which the mythic motif of the double helix, exemplified in the Caduceus, is explored in relation to plasma interactions. Page 103: The Opening of the Mouth Ritual - Part II Ken Moss The second part of a definitive evaluation of the Egyptian rite in question, and how this might be directly related to events dictated by plasma physics and the Saturn thesis. Page 138: Thorium Enrichment in Crater Rims: Earth and Moon Amy Acheson Following the cue from a previous study of Wolfe Creek Crater by Louis Hissink, it is here argued that the lunar Mare Imbrium shows evidence of having been excavated by a cosmic electric discharge. News by Tania Te Maria Newest Member Of ...
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424. Epilogue (Stargazers and Gravediggers) [Velikovsky] [Velikovsky Stargazers]
... be 600 degrees Fahrenheit. F. D. Drake wrote: "We would have expected a temperature only slightly greater than that of earth, whereas the actual temperature is several hundred degrees above the boiling point of water." The finding was "a surprise .. . in a field in which the fewest surprises were expected" (Physics Today, Vol. 14, No. 4, 1961). In 1962 Mariner 2 found the temperature to be even higher- 800 degrees Fahrenheit; currently Venus's surface temperature is measured at nearly 900 degrees Fahrenheit, some 300 degrees higher than the temperature at which lead melts. In 1962 radio astronomers discovered that Venus rotates retrogradely (i ...
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... Vaughan, Roger W. Wescott and Irving Wolfe Associate Editors Richard F. Haines, Frederic B. Jueneman, David Lorton, Earl R. Milton, A. Mann Paterson and Zvi Rix Contributing Editor C. Leroy Ellenberger Thomas McCreery STAFF Robert W. Bass (Ph.D ., Johns Hopkins), Rhodes Scholar, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Brigham Young Univ., Provo, Utah: Senior Editor. Dwardu Cardona, Vancouver, B. C.: Senior Editor. Lewis M. Greenberg (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Art History, Moore College of Art (Philadelphia ...
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426. The Venus versus Mars Controversy, or Which Planet Moved the Earth? [Journals] [Catastrophism & Ancient History]
... wars." Velikovsky's data are impressive, and many have come to accept his theories as valid. Velikovsky advanced the hypothesis that planets Venus and Mars were the heavenly bodies recorded as interfering with the Earth. Early in the 1970's Donald Wesley Patten proposed Mars as Earth's only adversary. [2 ,4 ] A close analysis of the engineering physics as applied to planetary bodies, as well as the historical record, does indeed support Patten's theory. Such analyses specifically exclude Venus as a candidate for Earth's assailing planet. Both Velikovsky and Patten base their proposals on the assumption that the attacking planet, called "Typhon" in some records, had an elliptical orbit that intersected Earth's orbit ...
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427. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , Peter James, Bernard Prescott, Geoffrey Gammon, Val Pearce, Derek Shelley-Pearce, Rosemary Burnard, Peter Warlow, Wallace Thornhill, Dr Euan MacKie, David Rohl, and David Livingstone. Following the formal business Mr Thornhill introduced a guest, Mr Ralph Sansbury. Mr Sansbury is the Editor of a new journal, the Journal of Classical Physics, and he told the audience of the considerable overlap between Velikovsky's 1946 paper "Cosmos Without Gravitation" and some papers recently printed in the Journal of Classical Physics. In particular he mooted gravity as a sort of electrostatic phenomenon: although this was tentative, he expected verification eventually, and in detail. He suggested that the dipolar nature ...
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... major way. From: Clark Whelton <> Date: Sat, 15 Mar 1997 08:42:07 + 0000 It's impossible to find fault with ancient chronology as long as you accept the myth of "dark ages" and "huge gaps" in stratigraphical continuity. Heinsohn points out that the physical history of the ancient world shows the Greek historians were essentially right: archaeology sites show that there are four main settlement periods between Alexander and the Stone Age. Calling these periods by different names in different sites resulted in an inflated chronology that- mirabile dictu- just happens to correspond with Biblical dating. This inflated chronology began when Bible ...
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429. Stories of Radioactivity and Mutations [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... that these relatively mild events were severe enough to affect evolution, only that they point to the conditions of the immediately preceding time which may have. Radioactivity The Old Testament seems to some to tell of certain times when there was a preoccupation with radioactive materials as if such would become periodically available and be treated as holy following a time of physical upheaval. Velikovsky may have been the first to notice that the strange material, shamir, may have been radioactive [4 ,5 ]. Shamir had to be kept in a container made of lead because it would burst open that made of any other metal such as iron [6 ]. The breast plate of the high priest ...
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430. Society News [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... home base. This is unprecedented in any other primate, where females typically only obtain meat from individual males by offering sex. Females encumbered by young stand very little chance. There is no evidence for a home base for early man before 40,000 years ago, nor is there for Neanderthal man later; he appears to have been physically adapted to the cold of northern latitudes, with a relatively fast growing infant, indicating that groups of mixed sex and age travelled together. Modern Homo sapiens, with a slow growing infant and ill-adapted for the cold, nevertheless spread rapidly throughout the world and even replaced the Neanderthals in their northern strongholds. This could only be achieved by ...
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