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21. Quasar in Front of a Galaxy [Thunderbolts Website]
... : Jane C. Charlton (Penn State) et al., HST, ESA, NASA home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Halton Arp's wonderful book Seeing Red is a must read since it is both educational and hard-hitting while being readable and entertaining. Writing eye-opening material in more than one arena, Arp takes on the corruption of good science in academia, government and publishing after giving us great material concerning red shift, ... Big Bang, and cosmology. The book Seeing Red can be ordered via the link. Order Link Oct 01, 2004 Quasar in Front of Galaxy October 3, 2003: the big bang was proved wrong. Again. And here is the proof (image above). The galaxy, NGC 7319, is a Seyfert 2, which means it is a galaxy shrouded with such heavy dust clouds that they obscure most of the bright, active nucleus that defines a normal Seyfert galaxy. This galaxy has a redshift of 0.0225. ...
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22. Death Star [Thunderbolts Website]
... role for you contact us Credit and copyright: John Smith, Hidden Loft Observatory, Don Scott home pic of the day archive subject index abstract archive Links: Holoscience Electric Cosmos The Universe Plasma Cosmology Society for Interdisciplinary Studies educational resources Aeon Journal Halton Arp's wonderful book Seeing Red is a must read since it is both educational and hard-hitting while being readable and entertaining. Writing eye-opening material in more than one arena, Arp takes on the corruption of good science in academia, government and publishing after giving us great material concerning red shift, ... Big Bang, and cosmology. The book Seeing Red can be ordered via the link. Order Link Sep 14, 2004 Death Star The Galaxy that Killed the Big Bang For 80 years cosmology has been cascading down a riverbed carved through disciplines and institutions, careers, funding and journals. It began with an assumption now proven false by the image above, and it must begin again from its source in empiricism and flow in another direction. All that's counted as known-- the Big Bang, the expanding universe, the structure ...
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... .......... Amy Acheson THE LOGIC OF HISTORICAL EVIDENCE......... David Talbott MORE THAN ONE TYPHON.............. Dwardu Cardona THE GREAT RED SPOT: COMMENTARY.......... Wal Thornhill CYDONIA COMMENTS............ .various email listers---- QUOTE OF THE DAY If Columbus had succumbed in mid-voyage, it's unlikely ... a new idea is from the lunatic fringe or the cutting edge of science? First of all, those terms are only defined in relation to an orthodox paradigm. And the final judgement can only be made after the fact: "the fact" being a paradigm shift. The fringe, the cutting edge, and orthodoxy are part of a process, and we need them all. The advantage of orthodoxy, defined as an accepted paradigm, is that it allows people to assume a "big-picture" framework, so they can ...
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24. Science Frontiers 1977-1978 [Catastrophism Geology $]
... File No. 65-58300, the phenomenon was concentrated over top secret facilities in the American southwest, including Los Alamos, New Mexico. Many sightings were made by highly creditable witnesses. Briefly, the "fireballs" were a brilliant green, sometimes beginning and ending with red or orange flashes. The objects travelled mainly on an east-west line at an average speed of 27,000 miles per hour. They seemed to pass over in level flight at altitudes of six to ten miles. On two occasions vertical changes of course were noted ... 1937, a pandernic occurred but no genetic change was detected, although one might have gone unnoticed. The deadly worldwide 1918-1919 epidemic transpired just after the 1917 sunspot peak and before the discovery of the flu virus. The sunspot maximum of 1928 may have signaled a major shift from the virus causing the 1918-1919 pandernic to the type now afflicting us. [Much has been correlated with sunspot cycles and, in the present case, no cause has been ascertained, although one is tempted to blame higher cosmic radiation levels during sunspot maxima. ...
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25. homepage [Mythopedia Website]
... in human tradition. It was therefore the prototype of all such prohibitions or tabus. [II 417. The menstrual tabu was the type of all taboo prohibitions. [II 412-417. The taboo state is signified by marking a person or an object with blood or red paint. A manslayer is painted red, for instance. [II 412f.. Blood, as one of the forms of the vital principle, or soul, has a special significance of its own, and the practice of painting corpses and bones red, ... history. None of these shifts have been completed; both are still operating and converting peoples that have not been reached so far. The first of these shifts is far older and far more widespread than the second, which is rooted in the first. The first shift marks the transition from what we may call ‘ precivilised cultures ’ to ‘ civilisation ’. This shift entails three main developments, which are closely bound up with each other: the shift from matriarchy to patriarchy; the shift from a pastoralist culture to agriculture; ...
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26. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... times but, controversially, argues for their having been caused by "... the planet Venus having been ejected as an incandescent core, or part core, from Jupiter some thousands of years earlier". The letter is marred by his argument that the Great Red Spot of Jupiter is "evidence" for the birth of Venus, and by his description of Robert Forrest's critique as "reasonable", and by concurring with Forrest that myths and legends "cannot be regarded as scientific evidence". Crew then appeals for a ... . Non-cosmological Red Shifts sources: New Scientist 21.4.83, p. 148 New Scientist 16.6.83, p. 778 Science Frontiers 27, May-June 1983 The distance of some nearby galactic objects from Earth can be measured by various means. One of these is by measuring the red shift, i.e. the shift towards red in light of the visible spectrum caused by the object receding from us, "stretching" spacetime and increasing the wavelength of light received from the receding object. The red shift technique has been extensively applied to estimate the distances ...
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... found alongside the largest furrows (they are not cracks in the ice). None of the usual geological principles are much use in interpreting the features seen on Jupiter's moons. For that matter, it remains to be seen whether they apply on Earth. "Seeing Red" seems a popular headline these days!? Wal Thornhill____ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 18, 2000 WANDERING PLUMES, SEEING RED, AND SLIP-SLIDING AWAY ON IO Detailed analysis of Jupiter's moon Io reveals a colorful, active world full of surprises, ... the sciences. The principle says that evolutionary processes occurring in the past can be deduced from processes observed now. It is assumed, for example, that by noting uniform natural processes today, an observer can deduce how long it took the crust of the earth to shift and mountains to rise, for wind and water erosion to occur, and for lava flows and regional floods to sculpt the Earth's unique surface features. With the arrival of the space age, the same principles were applied to the natural events shaping the surfaces of ...
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28. Dragon Fish See Red [Science Frontiers Website]
... Science Frontiers ONLINE No. 101: Sep-Oct 1995 Issue Contents Other pages Home Page Science Frontiers Online All Issues This Issue Sourcebook Project Sourcebook Subjects Dragon fish see red Most fish that make a living in deep, dark ocean waters have eyes that are most sensitive to the blue part of the sun's rays (470-490 nanometers). These are the rays that penetrate to the greatest depths in the sea. This adaptation to blue light means that deepsea fish have evolved visual pigments different from those of surface fish and land animals. Visual ... detect a meal much father away than possible with their lateralline sense. (Partridge, Julian C., and Douglas, Ron H.; "FarRed Sensitivity of Dragon Fish," Nature, 375:21, 1995) Comment. Note that the innovative spectral shift had to occur synchronously in both eyes and bioluminescent organs to be useful; i.e., have survival value. From Science Frontiers #101 Sep-Oct 1995.© 1995-2000 William R. Corliss Other Sites of Interest SIS. Catastrophism, archaeoastronomy, ancient history, mythology ...
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29. Redshift Anomalies [SIS Internet Digest $]
... in by Hubble, Pathfinder, Galileo, and earth-bound telescopes are better explained by electrical interactions than by the conventional. From: Jim McCanney, jmccanney@usinternet.com Date Tue, 13 Jan 1998 212404 -0600 Sure is amazing how my theories are being borrowed. The dipole red shift is an integral part of my 3-part comet paper published in early 1980s in Kronos (IX:1, IX:3& X:2) "The Nature and Origin of Comets and the Evolution of Celestial Bodies". From: Wal thornhill, ... as large in apparent size, indicating an essential equivalent distance for this high-redshift galaxy." (from Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies, by Halton Arp, pp 96). It looks to me as if the Doppler interpretation of galactic red-shifts is due a much-needed paradigm shift. And it also looks like an appropriate new paradigm to look at it from is the electrical one: one that evolved from synthesis of the mythical record and the plasma lab. I've fallen into the habit of checking the Astronomy Picture of the Day every day ...
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30. The Picture that Won’t Go Away [Thunderbolts Website]
... . For those who wonder what all the commotion was about, we offer this brief refresher. The rationale for the Big Bang rests substantially on an interpretation of a well-known phenomenon called “redshift”. The term refers to the shift of light from distant galaxies toward red on the light spectrum. Many years ago, astronomers decided that redshifted objects must be moving away from the observer, stretching out their lightwaves. This “Doppler interpretation” of redshift enabled astronomers, based on the degree of redshift, to calculate both the distances ... of mainstream astronomy: the Big Bang. For those who wonder what all the commotion was about, we offer this brief refresher. The rationale for the Big Bang rests substantially on an interpretation of a well-known phenomenon called “redshift”. The term refers to the shift of light from distant galaxies toward red on the light spectrum. Many years ago, astronomers decided that redshifted objects must be moving away from the observer, stretching out their lightwaves. This “Doppler interpretation” of redshift enabled astronomers, based on the degree of ...
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