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... " (Chinese Astronomy Vol. l, pp. 197-220) are worth noting: On November 3,1533, "stars fell like rain and the sky thereby turned red". And on June 12, 1547, "stars fell like rain .. .. and the sky glowed like fire". Sean Mewhinney Ottawa, Ontario ... a paraphrased way, by Peter J. James in his review of Ever Since Darwin (KRONOS VII:4 , pp. 26-27). - LMG] ON POLAR SHIFTS AND THE METEOR SHOWER OF -687 In a note following my "Postscript" (KRONOS VII:3 , p. 88), Lynn E. Rose maintains that ...
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112. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... Native American astronomy. He suggests the indigenous world view may turn out to be the correct one. Also shares stories medicine men have told him. His books include "Red Earth, White Lies", and "Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths." 1 Apr. Marvin Herndon: "When Science Suppresses New Theories" ... Drive, Broxbourne, Herts EN10 7LS, UK. For more on Charles Bruce and related articles, see The Polar Shift It began as a search for Atlantis. But Charles Hapgood's discovery of our shifting planet is perhaps more profound. If ...
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113. Ray Tomes' Harmonic Theory [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... shows the true relationship of ages of bodies in the unversed. Papers include: RT103 Harmonic Theory Overview. General description showing the relevance to physics and cosmology. RT107 Quantized Red Shifts explained. RT115 Confirmation of Harmonics Theory Red Shift Quantums RT124 Explanation of Apparent Galaxy Distribution RT109 Harmonics applied to Particle Masses & Isotope Abundances RT110 Theoretical vs Actual Harmonics ... Solar System Quantisation and Harmonics RT 114 Stellar Distance Quantisation and Harmonics ...
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... African plates, equal four minutes of arc? Again the answer is no. Africa and the Arabian peninsula are moving apart as if hinged near the north end of the Red Sea. ' G.P . Pauley of Edinburgh and N. Abrahamsen of Aarhus point out. This suggests a rotation in the wrong sense, but again the ... that after this collision the length of the year was shorter and this is reflected in the calendars of ancient peoples. Furthermore, Sagan importantly has overlooked the question of the shifting of the polar axis during the 1500 B C. catastrophe that Velikovsky suggests. In Earth in Upheaval, p. 39 Velikovsky pointed out that, "the northern ...
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... is an excellent approximation to the real situation. The tail material causes a build-up and layering of the comet nucleus and is not melting away as hypothesized in the IBCM. Red shift data are available which are interpreted as indicating the velocities of volatiles moving away from the comet nucleus. Section IV of this paper will show why these data have ... misinterpreted. Electrodynamics in the solar system constitutes a widely misunderstood field of study among traditional astronomers. It is now apparent that charge-to-mass ratio is of great importance in celestial mechanics. This has been demonstrated in Saturn's system where the most noticeable effects occur in the smallest objects. The newly discovered rotating spokes in Saturn's rings have been explained(2 ...
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116. The Hunting Or Blitzkrieg Theory [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... extermination that the hunting hypothesis would suggest."35 Specifically, Martin cannot, or will not, accept the evidence of D. R. Horton who carefully traced the Red Kangaroo to have survived to about 15,000 years before the present. That means that in Australia where there were few animals dangerous to man, it took supposedly ... , examining fresh droppings, testing the wind direction, studying the composition of the herd. The pursuer would move forward quietly, freeze when the herd looked up, then shift position again until he was close enough to fire. Seven out of ten time he missed, and the entire chase began again. And if a hit was scored ...
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... , Sallummu is interpreted to mean "fireball meteor" (p . 75). We also find that "[ if Venus] rises very high and constantly has a red glow (explanation) constantly (SAGUS = kunny) red fireball moves across variant: at its zenith (? ) it is altogether red-hued .. ." 37 ... pendulum (which gave the very definite impression of a screen effect) during the total solar eclipse of June 30, 1954. The plane of oscillation of the para-conical pendulum shifted approximately 15 centesimal deg. during the eclipse. The forces involved were of the same order of magnitude as those which corresponded to the Foucault effect."4 At ...
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... electrical stress in its environment. If the Sun reached a region of space with changed electric current density, it would change immediately. It could rise tomorrow morning as a Red Giant or a White Dwarf star. At the very least there would be a change in the sunspot cycle. It is known for instance that Betelgeuse, which is ... , and we don't know its age. Yes, some astronomers did think they had found stars that were older than the age of the universe but they were using red shift measurements which give an overestimate of age together with a thermonuclear evolutionary model of stars which simply does not apply in an Electric Universe. Q5. Harold Tresman asked Wal ...
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119. The Ocean [Journals] [Kronos]
... highest mountain ridges of the Himalayas must have been under sea, as the fossil content of their rock formations testifies. Stupendous meteorite showers occurred in the past, and the red clay on the bottom of the sea must have iron and nickel content of meteoric origin. Speaking of the cataclysm that closed the period known as the Middle Bronze II ... din" (Worlds in Collision, p. 97). In Earth in Upheaval, I discussed the problem in two chapters, "Poles Displaced" and "Axis Shifted". In "The Bottom of the Atlantic" and "The Floor of the Seas" I discussed sedimentary rock: it was not deposited evenly through the geological ...
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... :2 evolutionary step forwards. It is certainly not a progression towards an easier lifestyle as Mesolithic peoples followed a seasonal pattern that involved taking game in season, such as red deer, and were quite able to secure plenty of recreation time. In contrast, a reliance on farming and the construction of land boundaries required a vast input of ... stubbornly stand firm in the face of drought, flood, noxious weeds, and wildlife that ate their seeds and young plants? What sense can be made of this radical shift in human lifestyle? This is a question that has been asked in SIS publications on previous occasions. Scholarly opinion would seem to favour a small group of people adopting ...
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