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51. The Ocean [Kronos $]
... become land. Prior to certain catastrophes, earlier than those described in Worlds in Collision, the 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 (Middle Kingdom in Egypt), I wrote in Worlds in Collision (p. 48) ... occurred 3400 and 2700 years ago. Professor T. Y. H. Ma of the National Taiwan University in Formosa published an article in the journal Oceanographia Sinica (Vol. II, No. 1, September, 1955), in which he claimed a sudden shift in the oceanic bottom several times in the geological past. He found that changes in the sedimentary strata on the sea bottom must be attributed to "changes in latitude due to the sudden total displacements of the solid earth shell and the intermittent readjustments". The ...
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... This throws doubt on their use as standard candles, and on the interpretation that the expansion of the universe is accelerating. Interestingly, the amount of the discrepancy is close to the size of the special relativity time dilation factor, gamma. If the cause of the red shift were something other than velocity, then no time dilation factor would be applicable, and this discrepancy would disappear. Evidence for water on Mercury implies a rapid-acting, exogenic water source, consistent with the exploded planet hypothesis expectations. Reasonable escape rates imply that deuterium ... Venus is from a relatively recent water source. (Van Flandern, Tom; "Highlights of the Latest EME," Meta Research Bulletin, 8:64, no. 4, 199. Address: P.O. Box 15186, Chevy Chase, MD 20815) Comment. (1) Although humans are obviously partial to symmetry, there is no reason why nature must please us by making matter and antimatter symmetrical. From Science Frontiers #128, MAR-APR 2000.© 1997 William R. Corliss Other Sites of Interest SIS. ...
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53. Anomalous redshifts (again) [Science Frontiers Website]
... 700 km/sec) and its smaller companion at the end of the filament, which recedes at the much higher velocity of 16,900 km/sec. According to the Theory of the Expanding Universe, the greater the recessional velocity (as measured by the red or Doppler shift), the farther away the object is. But Arp's many examples of physically connected galaxies with wildly different redshifts suggest that some of the disparities in redshifts may actually be due to the related objects flying apart from each other. In the illustration ... the small companion might have been "shot out" of its parent galaxy at high velocity by some unappreciated galactic gun. (Arp, Halton C.; "Related Galaxies with Different Redshifts?" Sky and Telescope, 65:307, 1983.) Comment. Left unsaid in Arp's article is the possibility that redshifts are not good measures of distance. If they are not, doubt is cast on the Theory of the Expanding Universe and the reality of the Big Bang itself. Some astronomers, according to news items in ...
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... view than from the readers. The reader looks through conventional geometric "eyes" and tries to envision what Larson is talking about. To the geometrician, the idea of multi-dimensional scalar motion seems ad hoc because scalar motion seems ad hoc. That most galaxies demonstrate a red shift does not prove either Larson's contention that scalar motion exists, that these galaxies are all receding or that we are observing "tired" light because of the great distances involved. Astronomical observations cannot establish any theoretical concept; however, theoretical concepts can be used ... explain astronomical observations and even predict new phenomena so as to lend credibility to the theory. The point Larson makes in his letter that the dimensions of scalar motion are purely mathematical is an important one. By theorizing that scalar motions have a potential of nine degrees of freedom (three scalar dimensions) from which, for any conventional physical reference frame, any three (one scalar dimension) can be operating, he allows ample mathematical freedom to describe observations recorded in the conventional physical frame. This added mathematical freedom coupled to a commutative ...
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55. C&C Workshop 1990, Number 2: Contents [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... (1990 Toronto Conference) 28 1990 ISIS Fellowship Lecture Meeting 31 MONITOR:* Incredible Star Turn* Planet is Comet* Missing Neutrinos* Big Bangs, Little Whimpers* Chaotic Pluto* Water from Space?* Planet X/Nemesis?* The Outer Planets* Red Shift Renegades* Surface of Venus* Life from Space* C-T Impact Site?* Smallest Dinosaurs* Problem of Frozen Mammoths* African Eve* As fresh as 20Myrs ago!* Surprisingly Speedy Speciation* Pitfalls of Fossil Evidence* Sedimentary Problems* U-Th Dating Tool ... Lost Mummy Found* Mexican Record of Supernova* Dendrochronology Difficulty Resolved* Dating Thera* Jericho Debate* Israel in Egyptian Relief?* Oldest Statues 34 REVIEWS: The Knossos Labyrinth- a new view of the 'Palace of Minos' at Knossos 38 The Oracles and their Cessation- a Tribute to Julian Jaynes 39 Catastrophism 2000 40 LETTERS E. Cooley, R. M. Porter, B. Aaronson, D. Salkeld, C. L. Ellenberger, E. W. Crew, H. Friedrich, D. Shelley-Pearce, ...
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... * Meteorites from Mars?* Cretaceous Catastrophe* The Atmosphere of Venus* Hominid Evolution- Exercise in Futility* Variations in G* Mountains Come from Sea Bed?* More Support for Pole Shift* Paleolithic Conjuring 15 SOCIETY NEWS 26 REVIEWS 27 LETTERS: The Great Red Spot on Jupiter* Some Theological Implications of Catastrophism 28 Copyright (C) 1981 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies THE VELIKOVSKY DEBATE TODAY ISSN 0260-2806 WORKSHOP was launched to provide for informal publication of articles that, for a variety of reasons, do not qualify for immediate inclusion ... Continental Drift?* Uniformitarianism in Varves?* Frosty Report for Hoyle Theory* Meteorites from Mars?* Cretaceous Catastrophe* The Atmosphere of Venus* Hominid Evolution- Exercise in Futility* Variations in G* Mountains Come from Sea Bed?* More Support for Pole Shift* Paleolithic Conjuring 15 SOCIETY NEWS 26 REVIEWS 27 LETTERS: The Great Red Spot on Jupiter* Some Theological Implications of Catastrophism 28 Copyright (C) 1981 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies THE VELIKOVSKY DEBATE TODAY ISSN 0260-2806 WORKSHOP was launched to provide for informal publication of articles ...
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57. A Comprehensive Theory on Aging, Gigantism and Longevity [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... the hypothalamus is what Frolkis indicted as the originator of age-related hormonal disregulation, and hence the diseases of compensation-- aging. Another convincing factor involves our understanding of carbon dioxide tension and its effect on oxygen-greedy hemoglobin. Gollan asserts: The mechanism of oxygen transfer from red cells is of a different nature. Barcroft and King described the effect of temperature on the dissociation curve of hemoglobin, and they found what has been called the "shift to the left." What does this "shift to the left" mean? The ... to the magnetic polar location and/or to the northern vortex of the radiation belts. This is why mammoths are found today in Alaska and Siberia, buried and quick-frozen. Glaciation did not engulf them and pulverize them and their surrounding materials; a sudden and permanent shift into an icy climate did occur, however, resulting in the permafrost which has preserved them so well for so long. In another core taken at Byrd Station, several additional observations orchestrate behind this isolated discontinuity. 28 In this core, it was reported that ...
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58. The Ever-Elusive "Dark Energy" [Thunderbolts Website]
... , the big bang. Certain principles of the big bang hypothesis are foundational. To give up these principles would be to abandon the hypothesis. One such principle is the standard interpretation of “redshift” (the shift of spectra from distant objects in space toward the red end of the light spectrum). Astronomers view redshift as a reliable indicator of the speed at which an object is moving away from the observer. The result of this interpretation is the now-famous “expanding universe”. Applying assumptions that once seemed obvious, the ... cosmology and in particular its cherished “starting point”, the big bang. Certain principles of the big bang hypothesis are foundational. To give up these principles would be to abandon the hypothesis. One such principle is the standard interpretation of “redshift” (the shift of spectra from distant objects in space toward the red end of the light spectrum). Astronomers view redshift as a reliable indicator of the speed at which an object is moving away from the observer. The result of this interpretation is the now-famous “expanding universe ...
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59. Stephan’s Quintet Rekindles Controversy [Thunderbolts Website]
... were near each other and were interacting. (For orientation, see the overlay of ground-based and Hubble Space Telescope images here .) The cluster sparked a controversy in the '60s when Geoffrey and Margaret Burbridge obtained spectra of the constituent galaxies. The galaxies' shift toward red on the spectrum suggested (based on expanding-universe assumptions) that all but one are receding from Earth at about the same velocity (~ 6000 km/s). The 'discordant' galaxy (NGC 7320) is centered at the bottom of the Hubble image. ... assumed they were near each other and were interacting. (For orientation, see the overlay of ground-based and Hubble Space Telescope images here .) The cluster sparked a controversy in the '60s when Geoffrey and Margaret Burbridge obtained spectra of the constituent galaxies. The galaxies' shift toward red on the spectrum suggested (based on expanding-universe assumptions) that all but one are receding from Earth at about the same velocity (~ 6000 km/s). The 'discordant' galaxy (NGC 7320) is centered at the bottom of the Hubble ...
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60. Deep Space Explosion Baffles Astronomers [Thunderbolts Website]
... speed of recession from the observer (and from this they calculate distance). But how far away this object is remains a mystery. According to the New Scientist report, “If the strongest feature in the spectrum is a pair of calcium absorption lines, its red shift would be 0.54, corresponding to a distance of 5.5 billion light years. “But the object is at least one magnitude brighter than a Type 1A supernova would be at that distance .And there is no sign of a host galaxy, which should be visible ... ” Dawson said, “It's still going to be visible for another 2.5 months on the ground. We hope the spectrum will evolve and we see some features we can recognize." This is yet another example of a redshift incongruity suggesting that something could be profoundly wrong in the astronomers ’ assumption that redshift provides a reliable measure of distance. It is also apparent that supernovae are not as well understood as we have been led to believe. The different types of supernova explosion require different precursors and causes. And researchers have been ...
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