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261. Intensity, Scope and Suddenness [Books] [de Grazia books]
... inferred from the ancient empirical beliefs: A. All planets and satellites would have to exhibit evidence of very recent extreme thermal and explosive experiences. B. The solar system bodies would have to show a declining but considerable set of electric fields and electromagnetism, and solar system space would be in the process of clearing up its ionized gases and plasmas. C. Remanent binary behavior would have to be evidenced by Jupiter or by the outer planets as a group. D. Continental "drift" theory would need to permit a negatively exponential rate of movement from a very late breakup of the Pangean crust, and a socket from which the lunar material was wrenched must be shown on ...
262. Editorial [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... tapes and television documentaries. More details on page 4. Cambridge Conference List Mass extinctions, small comets and old astronomical megaliths are just a few of the subjects discussed by the CCNet. Catastrophism is not only mainstream, but has hit the silver screen (no pun intended) with the release of "Deep Impact". Electricity in Astronomy Plasma and electricity continue to feature heavily in some of the astronomy discussions in Thoth and the Kronia List, and might even appear in some of the aboriginal artwork showcased on the back cover of this issue. But it's not all astrophysics, inside you'll also find reports on the Joshua Impact Event (page 9), whether the First Dynasty ...
263. Electrostatics & Dust on Eros [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... simulated lunar dust, Geophys. Res. Lett. 22, 2079, 1995. Singer, S. F., and E. H. Walker, Electrostatic dust transport on the lunar surface, Icarus 1, 112, 1962. Walch, B., M. Horanyi, and S. Robertson, Charging of Dust Grains in Plasma with Energetic Electrons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 75, 838, 1995. ...
264. A LOOK AT THE FUTURE [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... have one anew. Thus, in my opinion, the eschatologists may have been right, after all. There may be a time bomb ticking in the dark. Saturn may have another outburst, and a new Deluge may follow. In this context we should also remember Jupiter, which shows many proofs of high internal activity. The hottest plasma of the solar system - more than 300 million degrees C - was found by Voyager near Jupiter (7 ). It does not seem unreasonable to assume that the "destructions by waster" and destructions by fire" feared by the ancients were really outbursts by Saturn, ejecting Water, and outbursts by Jupiter, ejecting methane. There ...
265. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... mass to account for the perturbations of Uranus and Neptune. In 1981 Pioneer 10 confirmed that the solar proton wind, or current flow, and its magnetic envelope extend an enormous distance, and probably out to the orbit of Pluto. It is strange that with the evidence in favour of a solar system of charged bodies immersed in a current-conducting plasma (magnetic stars have also been observed), some, if not most, astronomers are still in the pre-Space Age by their insistence on Newtonian-type gravitation as the only force governing heavenly bodies. - W. G. Shannon, Edinburgh COMMENT by Ragnar Forshufvud The theory referred to by Mr Shannon may seem attractive, but until someone works ...
266. Halton Arp: A Modern Day Galileo [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... look smaller and fainter because they really are smaller and fainter. The prediction of microwave background radiation is often used as evidence of the Big Bang, and when it was eventually measured, was proclaimed as proof. But it was actually predicted and measured as early as 1896 by Charles-Edouard Guillaime [see public.lanl.gov/alp/plasma/people/history.html] ...
267. Resistance to Scientific Innovation [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... encourage change, by teaching them about alternative theories, conflicts of interest, etc. It would also helps if weaknesses in a theory are also taught. In The Graduate, one of the characters tells Dustin Hoffman that "The Future is in Plastics". Perhaps we would help the next generation by telling them that "The Future is Plasma." ...
268. A World with One Season: Part II [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... is a large enveloping atmosphere... but this might hinder man's view of proto-Saturn (although maybe there was a hole in the atmosphere). In 1976, Ralph Juergens suggested that the proto-Saturnian system may have been surrounded by a plasma-sheath [Dec 19, 1976, private communiqué]. In 1981, Roger Ashton suggested that the "plasma bubble" may have had an opaque surface [R . Ashton to C. J. Ransom, Sept 8, 1981, private communiqué, cc to D. Cardona]; and Wal Thornhill has suggested that proto-Saturn may have been a brown dwarf star, and Earth orbited within its "atmosphere". Evidence for similar effects include ...
269. Chaos and Creation by Alfred de Grazia [Books] [de Grazia books]
... exciting and important a set of problems is to be found anywhere in the realms of science and scholarship. Every discipline is implicated in the theory of ancient catastrophes - psychology, sociology, linguistics, archaeology, biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology, together with their many subdivisions down to special and new sciences, such as plasma physics, dendrochronology, and mega-vitamin therapy [1 ]. It has something to say about "the Jupiter Effect," "the Ion Effect," and "the Bermuda Triangle," not to mention "Ancient Astronauts," and the hominids of Olduvai Gorge. Every bite of the archaeologist's spade, every oceanographer's deep coring of ...
270. Thoth [Journals] [Thoth]
... * The great Saturnian crescent, turning in the sky This comprehensive notebook includes many images and themes yet to be published in any other medium.- "THE ELECTRIC UNIVERSE" - Notebook by Wal Thornhill $24.95 A startling vision of the physical world and the interactions of planets in earlier times, based on the surprising revelations of plasma physics. The notebook includes- * The Sun as a stupendous ball of lightning * Venus' remarkable cometary tail * Lightning of the gods: violent scarring of planets and moons by electrical discharges * The electric Earth * Laboratory proof that the accepted "speed limit" of light is simply wrong- AEON: A Journal of Myth and ...
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