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281. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... Press Books, 65-35 108th Street Suite D15, Forest Hills, NY 11375, USA. Workshop Notebooks including slides and background notes: Symbols of an Alien Sky by David Talbott reconstructs the planetary environment when planets moved close to the Earth. The Electrical Universe by Wallace Thornhill gives a new understanding of the evolution of the solar system based on plasma physics. These workshop notebooks are available from Kronia Communications Inc., 8350 SW Greenway, #24, Beaverton, OR 97008, price $24.95 each. The Velikovskian is available from Charles Ginenthal, c/o The Velikovskian, 65-35 108th Street, Suite D15, Forest Hills, NY 11375, USA, price $ ...
282. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... . The Electric Universe exposes the ignorance underlying modern cosmology. It shows that the key to a true understanding of our universe and the recent history of the solar system comes from acknowledging simple electrical interactions between all matter in the universe. The result is an astounding concordance between ancient testimony of planets battling in the sky with thunderbolts, and modern plasma physics. Proof of the thesis comes from the unique electrical scars of battle seen on the surfaces of those planets. The result is a glimpse of the exciting new science of the third millenium'. To order by email contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $44. Also new from RED: Mass Extinctions ...
283. The AAAS Affair: from Twenty Years After [Books]
... for February of 1974 in San Francisco. On June 11, 1973, C. J. Ransom submitted a proposal to the A.A .A .S . that a Velikovsky Symposium be held on the topic of "Venus- A Youthful Planet," with Ransom himself as the organizer. Ransom, a Ph.D . in plasma physics, and a long-time student of the work of Velikovsky, was very well-qualified for this role. He also suggested several speakers who might be asked to participate in such a Symposium. Nonetheless, Ransom's proposal was rejected, without explanation, on July 9, 1973. A very similar Symposium, but offered by Ivan King, was ...
284. Saturday: Introduction [Journals] [SIS Review]
... doubt. With Wal Thornhill's The Electric Universe, with Ralph Sansbury's theories and Halton Arp's researches, time is now on our side. Indeed UK TV is now full of programmes highlighting unexpected electric influences' in the solar system and on this planet. Who, 30 or 40 years ago, would have imagined a TV special dealing with charged plasma ejections from sun-spots' wreaking havoc with electronics here on Earth. OK, they haven't got all the theory together yet but at least they are making almost the right observations and it should only be a short time before they develop the correct theories and true explanations .. . or am I being just a bit optimistic ? I confess ...
285. Thoth Vol V, No 9: August 15, 2001 [Journals] [Thoth]
... polar configuration, as well as the electrical effects seen during its breakup (as comets are similarly affected on approaching the Sun). How would the Earth have survived outside the Solar System? Saturn would have been a brown dwarf, one of the most common objects in the Universe. There was even suggestion that collinear systems are formed by plasma currents (Birkeland currents) as exemplified by Herbig-Haro objects, some of which "consist of highly linear chains or jets", and the accretion of material in a plasma Z- pinch, where "Most models of young stars and their immediate environments incorporate magnetic fields. Magnetic fields in the collapsing, rotating cloud core are advected with ...
286. Venus An Interim Report [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of a comet than a planet .. ." (W in C, p. 163); "During the centuries when Venus was a comet, it had a tail." (ibid.) Symbols of the Venus-goddess Innana from Uruk, Southern Mesopotamia. Image by Rosemary Burnard: The Mariner 10 probe to Venus carried a plasma science experiment and magnetic field experiment which were designed to investigate, amongst other things, the magneto-tail of Venus - which was assumed to be similar to the Earth's. The plasma science investigators reported: "Unusual intermittent features downstream of the planet indicate the presence of a comet-like tail .. ." (Science, 29.3 . ...
287. Thoth Vol III, No. 8: May 31, 1999 [Journals] [Thoth]
... reproduce an illustration of a meteor fragmenting in the Earth's upper atmosphere. The fragments are connected by lightning. A long period comet as it swings toward the Sun will suffer increasing electric stress to the point where material is electrically machined from the surface and accelerated into space. Large fragments will be connected by "bridges" of light created by plasma discharge effects. It would be seen as a flare-up. The notion of volatiles "boiling off" a comet was dealt a blow by comet Hale-Bopp when it was found that much more dust was coming off than could be accounted for by volatiles like water ice.- ELECTRIC UNIVERSE IN THE NEWS Simon Grose, Canberra Times, 12 ...
288. Letters [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... animals" has persisted to the present day in heraldic arms and similar symbols, such as the one reproduced here, which until recently was used as a trade mark by a Swedish company. The other objection is astrophysical. It is a common opinion among astrophysicists that electric fields in interplanetary space are negligible because of the high conductivity of the plasma that is flowing out from the Sun (the solar wind). Without electric fields, there can be no electric discharges! We can meet this objection by abandoning the uniformitarian notion that conditions in the solar system have always been the same. If Velikovsky was correct in assuming that the Deluge was caused by a nova within the solar ...
289. Stephen J. Gould And Immanuel Velikovsky: Essays In The Continuing Velikovsky Affair [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... opponents to make it appear that his position was indefensible, and that no genuine scientist took it seriously. (Transcripts of the symposium are included at the end of the volume.) When Velikovsky assented to the investigation, he asked that his supporters, Lynn Rose, a philosopher of science, and C. J. Ransom, a plasma physicist (who was himself a member of the AAAS), should be among the participants. Rose was turned down on the alleged grounds that he was not a scientist in the restricted sense, Ransom on the pretext that he was not being employed by a university at the time. They did not, apparently, have all the ...
290. "Planet X and the Sunspot Cycle" (Vox Populi) [Journals] [Kronos]
... period "in gravitational units of time", a time period for energy to traverse through the three stages of energy, can be calculated mathematically as well as physically observed on the solar surface. The period T* opens a viewing window to the incoming shock front of Compton recoil and is observed as the aged magnetic wave enters the solar plasma. If incoming waves are to penetrate a conductive surface effectively the characteristics of the spin in the incoming photo must match the surface motion exactly. This requirement would occur most effectively at certain latitudes, i.e ., where the sidereal rotation of the Sun is(8 ) 25d .0548+ 4d .521 sin2q (Eq ...
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