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71. The Timna Test [Aeon Journal $]
... Egypt had systematically worked the mineral resources of both Central and South-western Sinai, there was little inkling 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, on reflection, it was axiomatic that, inasmuch as Egyptian interest in the Sinai predated that of ... a tour de force of the best in archaeological techniques, it is at the same time just 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 Bronze/Early Iron Age Negev-type sherds with Palestinian similarity referred to in the pre-Ramesside layers are the ...
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... tail dust is negligible compared to the movement of the comet nucleus. Therefore, the static case 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 been 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) as due to the sweeping of small ring particles that are ionized during the discharge of Saturn's proton-wind-supported capacitor, the area swept out being the "shadow" of the comet tail. This is supported by the Iocation of a bright ringlet from which the spokes always emanate. This ringlet ...
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73. SERVANT OF THE SUN GOD [Aeon Journal $]
... follows: 121 Attributes of the Warrior-Hero Child formed in the heart of the sun god or creator. Child in the eye, little man, doll or mannikin in the eye, pupil of the eye, apple of the eye. God or hero born as a red head, or conceived or born from a red stone or red fruit. God or hero born as or from a drop or clot of blood. God or hero born as or from a ball of red clay, earth, ochre, or excrement. God ... , leaping god, climber of poles, trees, mountains. Magical, stretching god, mountain, tree, nose, phallus. Dancing god, hero, statue, mannikin, puppet, doll, automaton. Founder of sacred dance. Man or god whose forms shift from giant to dwarf. Hero or trickster who takes the form of an insect or other small creature to enter an inaccessible recess. God, hero or trickster who is reborn as a child, or takes on the appearance of a newborn child. God of ...
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74. Cosmic Catastrophism [Aeon Journal $]
... object (which later became the planet Venus) was ejected from Jupiter. (6) Around 1450 B.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. (7) As the earth plunged more deeply into the tail and approached the comet's head ... of the Near East required to move in opposite directions, but Egypt is also divided internally. The Faiyum in north-central Egypt would have been moving to the south while Thebes in southern Egypt would have been shifting northward! Obviously, if the axis shifted, it could shift in only one direction or the other, not both at the same time. It is far more likely that the objects responsible for these discrepancies were not made at the sites where they were found. Such a situation would account for their errors without requiring a ...
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75. Ice Cores and Common Sense Part 1 [Catastrophism & Ancient History Journal $]
... , and Soot... reddening of the earth's surface by a fine dust of rusty pigment. In sea, lake, and river this pigment gave a bloody coloring to the water. Because of these particles of ferruginous or other soluble pigment, the world turned red. [Ibid. p. 48 The presence of the hematoid pigment in the river caused the death of fish.... [Ibid. p. 49... meteorite dust... is found on the snow of mountains and in polar ... . p. 326 First of all, Velikovsky was wrong in placing the end of the last glaciation only 2700 or 3500 years ago. It ended close to 11,000 years ago, and this resulted from a global warming trend, as shown by a pronounced shift to less negative d 18 O values in every ice core record that goes back that far. As mentioned earlier, isotope ratios are affected by temperature, latitude, elevation above sea level, and distance from the source of precipitation. Certainly any disturbance in the ...
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... differences between the sensory order of our minds and the physical or objective order as delineated by the various sciences. It's the distinction between things as related to us and things as related to each other. For example, the sensory order classifies colors in a circle: red shades into blue through the color purple. But in the physical order the colors are a short segment of a much longer linear continuum, and purple doesn't exist. Drawing on the largely physiological investigations of the previous century, Hayek notes that all nerve impulses are ... The planet Venus took the form of an earth-threatening comet. These vital tenets of Velikovsky's work, we believe, will find converging support from both historical testimony and physical evidence. And certainly one cannot deny that, since the publication of Worlds in Collision, a major shift in scientific perspective has occurred.. When Worlds in Collision appeared in 1950, astronomers and geologists were entirely captivated by 19th century models, in which global catastrophes had no place in the history of the solar system, the evolution of the Earth, or the ...
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77. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... metre thick layer of sand stained with asphalt residue! Sirius- No Mystery sources: New Scientist 12.2.87, p.32; Nature 325 1.1.87, pp.87-88 We reported (Workshop 1986:1, p.25) on the new cosmology required to transform the star Sirius from a putative red giant to a dense dwarf in a matter of 400 rather than the millions of years required by theory. Nature published two letters questioning firstly the identification of "Rubeda" in Gregory of Tours's account with Sirius, and secondly all reports on Sirius being red in ... to strain out the amphipods; they then spew out the sediment, and it is carried away in currents. They leave holes in the sediment which become enlarged by currents until the remaining crustacea can consolidate it again. They disturb an area of 1200 square km and shift 3 times the amount of sediment being brought down by the Yukon! Rivers on Mars? source: Scientific American May 86, pp.42-50 Viking Orbiter pictures suggest that Mars once supported flowing rivers, and that water action of these had caused evidence of considerable erosion on ...
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78. Monitor [SIS C&C Workshop $]
... Queen of Sheba. Schlenker was dealing with the legendary descendents of the Queen of Saba and related the tale of the Ethiopian princess Bilkis travelling from the royal city of Saba to visit King Solomon, by whom she became pregnant. Her journey entailed a crossing of the Red Sea at its narrowest point and an approach to Jerusalem on camels from the Arabian side (he said the Kingdom of Saba stretched on both sides of the Red Sea). Mrs Kluitman points out that, therefore, "the Queen of Saba, or Sheba ... the unsatisfactory nature of dating methods (Clemens had dated a volcanic ash sample as younger than 65 Myrs and used it as evidence for his slow death theory) and glib assertions that the region had a similar orientation to the Sun as it has today. (Polar shift is a possibility, as also the dinosaur bones being carried to their present grave by tidal waves). However, on the same argument as used by Clemens, dinosaurs are not likely to have been killed off slowly due to change in climate. If dinosaurs ...
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... this plant, searching for an understanding of heredity. In so doing, he sought traits that would be either clearly present or completely absent, realizing that if heredity were to be understood, a trait would have to be easily recognizable. His choices were color (red or white), stature (tall or dwarf), and seed shape (smooth or wrinkled). When fertilization occurred, Mendel found that three different color combinations were possible, one in two different ways: red-red; red-white or white-red; and white-white. ... is, disequilibrium: mutation; sampling error; nonrandom mating; and differential fertility-- also called natural selection. These factors, working together, are viewed as the mechanism of evolution-- and the shifting of gene frequencies is called evolution, even though the shift could be back and forth between two varieties of a characteristic within a species. Evolution in this case is a deceptive term (at least insofar as the general public is concerned); what it describes seems to be highly plausible-- but the same term ...
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... , Ma was forced by the accumulated evidence "to adopt a theory of total displacements of all the outer shells of the earth over the liquid core" down to a depth of several hundred miles.(15) Later, Ma hypothesized that Globigerina ooze alternating with red clay results from the repeated sudden displacements of the solid Earth. "When the solid earth shell is displaced the depth of the ocean floor shifted from lower to higher latitudes would be suddenly reduced so that a region for red clay rises into the level for accumulation ... answered, addressed the real problems in the tippe top model. Brief discussions appear in KRONOS V:4 (Summer 1980), p. 68 and KRONOS VI:4 (Summer 1981), p. 51. A summary appears in John White, Pole Shift (New York: Doubleday, 1980; Berkley Books, 1982). 2. Scientific American (October 1979), pp. 1834; Scientific American (March 1981), p. 192; The Physics Teacher (May 1978), p. 322 ...
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