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11. Radiocarbon Dating The Extinction [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... direction which agrees with their theories. A man may imagine, for example, that the laws of progress in prehistoric industries must show itself everywhere and always in the smallest details. Seeing the simultaneous presence in a deposit of carefully ... very same kind of accusation was made by two researchers, Jean-Philippe Regaud and Jan F. Simek. "Recent prehistories are post hoc constructs attempting to account for the observed record. (C . F. Binford, 1982) ... only those dimensions of the data supporting model construction are considered.... "This is particularly distressing when prehistorians actually acknowledge such problems but do not take them into account."13 What all of this comes down to ...
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12. The Age Of Man In America [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... upon impact below. Gravity and not the human hand broke the quartz into pieces that just happen to look like prehistoric tools. F. Parenti, a coworker of Guidon, has tried to exorcise the geofact argument, which is ... and might be as much as 125,000 years old. For those adhering to standard views on North American prehistory, such ages were unacceptable. Humans supposedly entered North America from Siberia about 12,000 years ago. " ... directly negative to their thesis, the overkill advocates contest each and every scintilla of it. For example, "prehistorians... maintain that Clovic culture, and with it the skills and tools needed to hunt large animals efficiently ...
Terms matched: 3  -  Score: 690  -  27 May 2007  -  URL: /online/pubs/journals/velikov/vol0302/02age.htm
13. Metallurgy and Chronology [Journals] [SIS Review]
... old diffusionist theories rests largely on the "second radiocarbon revolution", that which pushed back the C14 dates of prehistoric Europe by recalibrating them according to the Suess Curve based on the tree-rings of the Californian Bristlecone Pine. This method ... students. Dayton, a mining engineer turned archaeologist, assesses the traditional structure of ancient Near Eastern history and European prehistory from a broad interdisciplinary standpoint, and pulls no punches in revealing its faults: ". .. archaeology in ... on the "Italian Connection" between barbarian European and Mycenaean chronologies reveals similar gaps that pose serious problems for European prehistorians. Researchers into all aspects of Velikovsky's revised chronology will find Dayton's book a fascinating cornucopia of data. For example ...
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... again of an evil "monkey wind" blowing round; he reminded his colleagues of the index of excavated "prehistoric" skulls and pointed to the unchanged quantity of brain owned by the species Homo sapiens, but his contemporaries paid ... have seen only illiterate "primitive man." It was as if the legendary "Cathedrale Engloutie" emerged from prehistory with its bells still ringing. The problem was also clear: this lost science, immensely sophisticated, had no ... , when Sir Norman Lockyer, the famous astronomer, published the results of his first investigation. Specialists, from prehistorians to astronomers, expressed their doubts and wonderments down to the last one, a distinguished archaeologist who had been working ...
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15. Chapter 5 Pottery Dating, Faience, and Tin [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... ledge-handled jars were not found in assemblages from historical times, the direction of the sequence [from highly-rounded jars in prehistoric time with ledge handles to much more cylindrical jars that could be carried easily without ledge handles] could be firmly ... of archaeology Stiebing described Petrie, "the Father of Pots," doing his work on the earliest history and prehistory of Egypt: 12 Velikovsky, op.cit., p. 244 13 Mertz, op.cit. ... and bacteria, has always provided the strongest links and clues which have enabled archaeologists . . . [and] prehistorians [and historians] to build up an ordered time-sequence of past events and places. Pottery, furthermore, is ...
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... very long greyish-white hair. . . . But it was naturally neither investigated nor salvaged; nor are many other prehistoric bodies of various animals which are continually cropping up in the district of Verkhoyansk. For that district is the size ... . 69-77. Abstract in Corliss' Unknown Earth, p. 801. A similar presentation is made in Cook's Prehistory and Earth Models (London,1966), pp. 1 -10. 56. Herbert C. Sorensen, ... are, almost invariably, associated with those of other species now characteristic of the Arctic circle.(5 ) Prehistorians are accustomed to employing such faunal assemblages (including mammoth) as evidence that glaciation prevailed. Ellenberger, who does ...
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... the standard constellations were recognised and used with others to chart the starfield and track the paths of sun, moon, and planets. The early complexity of astronomical lore suggests prehistoric recognition of astronomical cycles and the development of basic techniques of observation. Scholars generally attribute widespread distribution of astronomical traditions and practices to the selective advantage of astronomical time reckoning ... the present. North American lndians still preserve traditions believed to be remnants of the ancient Mesoamerican astronomical systems. Tasmanian aboriginals are said to exercise astronomic traditions possibly acquired in remote prehistory. Despite the various implications for prehistoric developments in astronomy, there has been little scientific interest in the question until recently. New discoveries in archeology have made it clear ...
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... | Images to be added [ CD-Rom Home ] Full PDF online at Internet Archive Paradise Found: The Cradle of the Human Race at the North Pole A Study of the Prehistoric World William F. Warren S.T .D ., LL.D .PRESIDENT OF BOSTON UNIVERSITY, CORPORATE MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. AUTHOR OF ... pendant les temps tertiaires, est toujours alle en se refroidisscult d'une maniire continue et regitliere"Le Prehisto-rique. Anttquite de l'Homme. Par Gabriel de Mortillet, Professeur d'anthropologie, prehistorique . l'Ecole d'Anthropologie de Paris. Paris, 1883: p. 113. 3. The Life-History of the Globe, p. 335. 4. Knowledge. London ...
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... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Britain's Great Antiquity Chapter VI The Stone-Worshippers "It is probable that it was the Megalithic people belonging to the Early Bronze Age who built Stonehenge, Avebury and Stanton Drew, and tribes who could use such immense monuments must have developed corporate life to ... the Persians who erected their empire with such rapidity did so by the use of magic and made themselves by this means masters of the world for a space. I believe prehistory will support this view and that the Persian kings owed their knowledge primarily to British Druids. Hector Boece (Boethius), the Scots historian of the fifteenth century, ...
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... From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain by Comyns Beaumont CD Home | Contents Part One: Britain's Great Antiquity Chapter II The Era Of Giants "The fundamental rule of science, whether in history or elsewhere, is not what has been believed but what is true." Sir F. Palgrave: The New Commonwealth. THE era of ... was originally built by the Trojan Brute, and named Trinovantum or New Troy when the Trojans traditionally arrived in Britain in c.1103 BC, there was some connection between prehistory and these particular giants still preserved in the name of the Gogmagog Hills, Cambridgeshire, where are remains of prehistoric barrows. The subject of Gog and Magog is of ...
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