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181. Chaos and Creation [Books] [de Grazia books]
... oil rains that ruined ancient "Arabia felix." And when she crossed orbits with the planet Mars, a mighty battle of the gods ensued which their human champions emulated. She stimulated new cycles of fear and new prodigies of careful astronomical observations to warn of her coming. Nor did her effects cease, for the Earth and Moon are scarred by flood, fire, quakes, and biosphere disruption that she caused, and she left psychological and cultural marks that could not be erased. THE HEAT OF VENUS The great heat of Venus is predictable from its recent origin and subsequent collisions and encounters. The theory that its miles-deep clouds set up a "greenhouse effect" on its ...
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... on an eminence overlooking the sea or plain, remote from all around, often crowned with a great logan stone as the head, clumsy to look upon and yet so perfectly balanced that the lightest touch is said to be able to set the grotesque head a-wobble, thus giving an impression of some repulsive live ogre. These obscene objects, scarred with age and overgrown with lichen, were living gods to the people of the Megalithic Age, and were anointed with oil, presumably to increase the elasticity of the lolling head. It is a safe assertion to make that nowhere else in the world are there derelict idols to compare in age with those of Cornwall. The sanctity of ...
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183. News from the Internet [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... the images from Huygens descent revealed large craters on Titan. Standard Theory before Huygens. The investigative team expected to discover a number of large craters consistent with Titan's assumed origin by accretion of planetesimals and an impact history over billions of years. Electric Universe before Huygens. Planets and moons do not form by impact accretion. Craters are electric discharge scars. Since Titan's dense atmosphere would diffuse cosmic discharges into branching filaments (as Earth's atmosphere does with terrestrial lightning), large craters should be rare if present at all. Small Craters. It is not yet clear whether smaller craters appear in significant populations on Titan's surface. Standard Theory before Huygens. Small craters are not expected because smaller ...
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... . Arvidson, J. M. Boyce, D. B. Campbell, J. E. Guest, G. G. Schaber, and L. A. Soderblom: `Impact craters on Venus: initial analysis from Magellan', Science 252 (1991), pp. 288-297; H. J. Melosh: `Airblast scars on Venus', Nature 358 (1992), pp. 622-623; J. Hecht: `The splatter effect on Venus', New Scientist 14 November 1992, p. 17. 27. E. J. Ciaccio: `Celestial debris', Astronomy 11:5 (1983), pp. 6-22. 28. ...
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... . as at; the Aperture a. a.) which two are to be the only subject of our further contemplation. In this smooth Earth, were the, first scenes of the World, and the first Generations of mankind; it had the beauty of youth and blooming nature, fresh and fruitful, and not a wrinkle, scar or fracture in all its body; no Rocks nor mountains, no hollow caves, nor gaping channels, but even and uniform all over. and the smoothness of the Earth made, the face of the Heavens so too the air was calm and serene; none of those tumultuary motions and conflicts of vapours, which the mountains and ...
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... of No. 429 is still preserved though it is badly corroded. The triangular borders on Nos. 416 and 417 probably developed in order to make the fastening of the caps more secure (cf. p. 149). The engraving is usually shallow. The most common designs are stereotyped representations of a worshiper before a deity, but scar and hunting (Nos. 411 and 412) also appear. Most of the later cylinders are of chalcedony cut barrel-shaped. The engraving varies in quality from the fine execution on No. 443 to the summary and crude engraving on No. 428. No. 445 is interesting because its lower end also is engraved. The use of ...
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... ), pp. 31-37. 8. 8I. Velikovsky, "Astronomy and Chronology," Pensee 3:2 (Spring-Summer, 1973), p. 30. Repr. in Peoples of the Sea (Garden City, 1977). 9. 9Ibid., p. 30 10. 10I. Velikovsky, "Are the Moon's Scars Only 3000 Years Old?" New York Times (July 21, 1969), City Edition. Repr. in Pessee 2:2 (May, 1972), p. 14. 11. 11Ibid., p. 17. 12. 12I. Velikovsky, "Astronomy and Chronology," Pensee 3:2 (Spring-Summer ...
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... Pyramids;" and in Kronos, 4, 2 (1978), as "The Weakness of the Venus Greenhouse Theory.". (1968). "The Catastrophic Worlds of Immanuel Velikovsky." [Interview]. Science and Mechanics, (July), 46-48, 100-05.. (1969). "Are the Moon's Scars Only 3000 Years Old?" New York Times, (July 21), City Edition. repr. in Pensee, 2, 2 (May), 19-21.. (1972a). "When Was the Lunar Surface Last Molten?" Pensee, 2, 2 (May), 19-21.. (1972b). ...
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189. Thoth Vol I, No. 5: March 14, 1997 [Journals] [Thoth]
... and intense lightning, ionospheric and atmospheric activity suggest that Venus has not yet achieved electrical or thermal equilibrium with its environment in the solar plasma. This, in turn, lends physical support to the interpretation of early reports of the planet as COMET VENUS and of its interaction with other planetary bodies. Then there is the evidence of the surface scars...... Wal Thornhill- PLEASE VISIT THE KRONIA COMMUNICATIONS WEBSITE- Other suggested Web site URL's for more information about Catastrophics: ...
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190. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... of a number of species of large mammals (mammoths included) around the end of the Pleistocene, when the continents to all intents and purposes were already arranged in their present positions? Then, when he has satisfactorily explained these "examples" of catastrophism, he could show how continental drift explains falls of tektites, and extensive cratering and scarring of the earth's surface (and the Moon's), anomalous amounts of radioactivity associated with fossil remains, geomagnetic reversals, etc., etc., etc. The final irony to cap Gould's arrogant display of extreme uniformitarianism in this volume is the almost complete absence of the "neo-catastrophist" slant that has characterised much writing over the last ...
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