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51. The Electric Saturnian System [Journals] [Aeon]
... - so you say it could have been much longer. Unless I am mistaken, however, I doubt that you would be thinking in hundreds, let alone thousands, of years. And yet, Saturn's linear formation left such an indelible wound on the human psyche- leading to the birth of religion, complete with human sacrifice, the scars of which remain with us till the present- that it is difficult to believe this was the result of a short transient event. Would 45 years- at best a person's life-time- or even a hundred, account for the universal mass of mythological material we have at our disposal concerning the event in question? Would it have been ...
52. Remarks on Solar Jet Stream Weather [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... is so in their case. (Birkeland currents flow along magnetic field lines in a force-free fashion). The long-lived GRS on Jupiter may be associated with some underlying electrical inhomogeneity in the planet resulting from the catastrophic breakup of the Saturnian system. The many reports of Jovian thunderbolts attest to the probability that the giant planet may bear hidden electrical scars. Of course, the standard picture of the structure of Jupiter does not allow for a solid surface under the clouds to bear scars. But it must be remembered that the Electrical Universe requires a completely new estimation of what a "gas giant" really is. Calculations of both the density, composition and the internal heat budget will ...
53. Thoth Vol II, No. 9: May 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... to impinge like a corkscrew - giving rise in some craters to corkscrew terracing or incomplete formation of a circular crater. In my opinion, Tharsis Tholus on Mars shows classic signs of such an effect. Of course, the accusation is levelled by [skeptics] that I have not provided mathematical proof that electric arcs of sufficient power could create scars the size of Olympus Mons and Valles Marineris. And even if they could, you cannot scale up electrical scarring effects from lab to planet. There are many answers to that. To begin with, it was no less than Hannes Alfven, the pioneer plasma physicist, who pointed out the enormous scalability of plasma effects and exhorted theorists ...
54. Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... The Birth and Odyssey of Halley's Comet 3.00 # The Origin of the Solar System: A Capture Theory 4.00 * The Circularization of the Orbit of Mars 10.00 The Flood in Ancient India 5.00 Catastrophism & Spin Axis Shifts 5.00 Donald W. Patten The Pre-Flood Greenhouse Effect 4.00 # The Scars of Mars I (Origin of Its Satellites & the Asteroids) 4.00 # The Scars of Mars II (The Flood and Ice Age of Mars) 3.00 # The 108-Year Cyclicism of Ancient Catastrophes 6.00 A Review of Velikovsky's Venus Theory and Mars Theory 6.00 V A Debate - The Site of Noah's ...
55. Index of Authors
... of Newborn Female Rats Under Elevated Levels of Carbon Dioxide Donald W. Patten, Noah's Flood: Mars Flyby Donald W. Patten, Response to Critique by Leroy Ellenberger Donald W. Patten, The Cyclic Nature of Ancient Catastrophes Donald W. Patten and Samuel B. Windsor, The Organization of the Solar System Donald W. Patten, The Scars of Mars Part II Donald W. Patten, The Scars of Mars Part I Donald W. Patten, The Scars of Mars - I Donald W. Patten, The Scars Of Mars Part II Donald W. Patten, The Scars of Mars - II Donald W. Patten, The Two Major Censuses in the Book of Numbers Donald ...
56. Scientific Prehistory [Books]
... (Drawing by A. Beal) Atlantic East Pac. Fig 7-14 East Pacific Rise (Buckled Ocean Crust )= Menard Direct proof of this type of flotation is indicated (1 ) in the depths of the Arctic Basin, (2 ) in the wedge spall seas along the eastern coast of Asia, and (3 ) in the scars of shifting of India, Africa and other continents, clearly seen on ocean bottom, indeed these scars are considered to be what guided EGRR, as shown below. Fig 1 a, Appendix II graphs the relationship between ocean and land surface and subsurface levels that should have existed at the beginning of P with the ocean bottom at a ...
57. Monitor [Journals] [SIS Review]
... its nucleus may have split and Chiron, designated a comet in 1988 when it was seen to have a coma, has mysteriously lost this appendage just as it was approaching closest to the Sun, when it was expected to brighten instead. Asteroid Geographos, as it passed close to Earth, was revealed as a long cigar-shaped object covered in scars which indicate a catastrophic history and a new analysis of the spin rates of asteroids indicates that they are not solid, but piles of loose rubble. Lonely Sun Scientific American October 1995, pp. 38-43 Most stars the age of our Sun apparently have a stellar companion although astronomers still cannot explain how these binary systems form. This has ...
58. Thoth Vol II, No. 13: Aug 31, 1998 [Journals] [Thoth]
... , uneven lobate structure of a lava flow from a central orifice. A better explanation is that they are the result of a diffuse electrical discharge on a very thin crust. The surface responded to the gravitational tug of the nearby planetary body and the upward electrical forces, resulting in uplift with little or no melting, and retention of electric scars. This idea is supported by the observation that the domes seem to be prevalent on lava plains and are associated with sinuous rilles. The tops of the domes have a cobweb type pattern of discharge channels and often a small central crater which argue for the surface having remained solid during the uplift of the domes. Humboldt, a 200km ...
59. Index of Titles
... Mind and its Methods (1 ) : A Reflection on Neurotic Science PATERSON, A. M.: THE ROLE OF ANCIENT MYTHS IN ORTHODOX NATURAL SCIENCE PATERSON, A. M.: VELIKOVSKY VERSUS ACADEMIC LAG (THE PROBLEM OF HYPOTHESIS) Patten, Donald: The 108-year Cyclicism of the Ancient Catastrophes PATTEN, DONALD W.: THE SCARS OF MARS - I PATTEN, DONALD W.: THE SCARS OF MARS - II Peiser, Benny J.: The Homeric Question Peiser, Benny J: The Impact of Impact! Notes on the implications and the reception of IMPACT! The Threat of Comets and Asteroids by Gerrit Verschuur Peiser, Benny Josef: Catastrophism and Anthropology Peiser ...
60. Hurricanes and Cyclones [Books] [de Grazia books]
... accorded the Earth's crust, the whole of it would have been scoured, not once, but 30,000 times by cyclonic action. In the short term, not all land would be affected equally, but in the long-term, given changing climates and drifting continents, an assumption of randomized strikes could be tolerated. Where then are the scars of 30,000 tornados in every geological column? Or even in any single one anywhere? From this we might conclude that we have a great deal of field research to do in geological history so as to obtain a realistic estimate of the number of events. This is also the situation, we may as well say, in ...
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