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101. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... , p. 19 A basic concept in astronomy is that redshifts occur as a result of the Doppler effect, whereby the light emitted by a receding object shifts towards the red end of the light spectrum. Dependent upon this concept are all the current major theories, e.g . the Big Bang and the Expanding Universe. Looks like ... American Jan 1990, p. 19 A basic concept in astronomy is that redshifts occur as a result of the Doppler effect, whereby the light emitted by a receding object shifts towards the red end of the light spectrum. Dependent upon this concept are all the current major theories, e.g . the Big Bang and the Expanding Universe ...
102. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... of the Solar System: "So varied are the faces in this portrait gallery of planets that it is hard to imagine they all belong to the same family." Red Shift Renegades source: Sunday Correspondent 12.8 .90 A group of astronomers have a new theory that the red shift effect may not indicate the distance of galaxies ... all (cf. Arp's theory Workshop 1987:2 , p. 35), but may simply be due to light scattering by material within galaxies (cf Workshop 1990:1 , p. 23). They say their theory provides a neat answer to a bitter controversy in astronomy. Photographs showing streams of gas apparently passing on to ...
103. Untitled [Journals]
... Science [Aeon Vol0402] Cochrane, Ev: Milky Way [Aeon Vol0404] Cochrane, Ev: Mons Veneris [Aeon Vol0405] Cochrane, Ev: On Dragons and Red Dwarves [Aeon Vol0306] Cochrane, Ev: On Mars and Pestilence [Aeon Vol0304] Cochrane, Ev: Origins of the Latin God Mars [Review V1993] ... , Dick: Patchwork Pentateuch [Workshop W1995no1] B. O'gheoghan Later Date for the Phaethon Event? [Workshop No5] Barbiero, Flavio: On the Possibility of Instantaneous Shifts of the Poles [Aeon Vol0406] Barnard, Geoffrey Knowler: Experiments with Time II: Synchronisms and Stratigraphies [Review V1998n2] Barnard, Geoffrey Knowler: Experiments with ...
104. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the dark band around its southern hemisphere had not faded significantly by January, indicating that it may take years to settle. A new dark spot, larger than the famous red spot, was seen rotating across the planet. The black impact bruises were dark because of vast numbers of aerosol particles created in the explosions, perhaps from organic material ... :25, 15.9 .94). Grote Reber, who created the field of radio-astronomy, maintains that the radio sky undermines the Big Bang theory. Red shifts have nothing to do with motion. It is not my idea. Hubble knew this over sixty years ago .. .. The big bang is a concoction of ...
105. David, Solomon & Archaeology: Revised Chronologies Compared [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... While Solomon's port at Ezion-Geber (I Kings 9:26) appears clearly identifiable as Jezirat Fara'un, due to the unrivalled excellence (as far as this part of the Red Sea is concerned) of the natural, but anciently much improved, harbour at this site, almost all of the pottery found here was Iron I (i . ... Exodus to c. 1450, Velikovsky's scenario appears impossible without a major downdating (lowering) of Egyptian chronology. Starting in the 1970s, extensive support for some such chronological shift has been published in this journal and others, culminating in the publication of James et al's remarkably well-received Centuries of Darkness (CoD) in 1991. However, the ...
106. Still Facing Many Problems (Part II) [Journals] [Kronos]
... not rule out the existence of large-scale order as Juergens thought. Simple reflection on such phenomena as a hurricane viewed from above, an atomic bomb's mushroom cloud, or Jupiter's Red Spot reveals large scale order in the presence of turbulence. The point is that mathematically chaos does not refer to the geometrical order in a system but instead refers to ... . R. Peltier, Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 9, 1981, pp. 199225] . Recent advances in climatic modelling show that no pole shift or axial tilt is required to explain the location of the last ice cap. Its eccentric location with respect to the pole is a natural consequence of land-water distribution [ ...
... on the evidence of Prof. Suess, Canada was closely connected with Greenland. The geological formation of the North American land surfaces with their schists, clays, and old red sandstone correspond (says Suess) with the opposing regions of the old world. The fauna and flora Clearly suggest a prior contact. The mammoth, musk-ox, elk ... the Solstices, equal day and equal night, or the longest and shortest days. What it seems to show is that the original orientation pointed to the Equinox, which shifted subsequently and was adjusted in the later circle at Stonehenge and elsewhere. It is true that Alpha Ceti is not in the zodiacal signs, but it is a convenient ...
108. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... the theory that the myth of the Flood was based upon the catastrophic flooding of the Black Sea after a natural dam across the Bosphorus gave way 7000 years ago. Seeing Red by Halton Arp 1998, Apeiron, Montreal, Canada, $25 We have followed Arp's fight with the establishment before. Arp has been presenting evidence against the Big ... theory for 30 years but cosmologists choose to ignore him. This is his second book about the massive amount of evidence that red shifts of light from distant galaxies are not solely due to their velocities. As today's cosmology, with all its far-fetched ideas, is based on this assumption it is easy to see why other cosmologists do not want ...
109. Cosmic Catastrophism [Journals] [Aeon]
... .C ., as Moses prepared to lead the Israelites out of Egypt, this comet approached the earth. Earth passed through the comet's tail, receiving a fall of red meteorite dust which made rivers and seas appear to turn to blood. Then ash-like dust, burning meteorites, and petroleum rained down upon terror-stricken nations. Fires raged everywhere ... millennia. (75) Archaeological discoveries should also be able to provide evidence for ancient catastrophes. Velikovsky cites a couple of examples that he claims show that the earth's axis shifted in the catastrophes of the eighth and seventh centuries B.C . Discrepancies in Babylonian astronomical tablets seem to indicate that Babylon was once some 250 kilometers (about 155 ...
110. The Timna Test [Journals] [Aeon]
... of her expansion as far eastward as the Arabah. The point here was that the Wadi Arabah, as the above map demonstrates, was the thoroughfare between Jerusalem and the Red Sea as well as the traditional mining area of Israel's tenth century United Monarchy. It was against this background that the temple discovery was such a surprise, although, ... another in a series of regrettable examples of the extent to which such fine work can be devalued through adoption of poor history. This can be stated since, by a shift in the chronological sequence, those same investigators can be seen to have been surrounded by the very evidences they insist cannot be found. The 65% density of Late ...
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