history linguistics mythology palaeontology physics psychology religion Uniformitarianism
© 2001-2004 Catastrophism.com
|Sign-up | Log-in|
Introduction | Publications | More
Search results for: scar in all categories
260 results found.
26 pages of results.
81. SIS Internet Digest 2001 Number 2 [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... , Mel Acheson .. 7 A World with One Season: Part II, Dwardu Cardona .. 7 Symbols of an Alien Sky: Part II, Dave Talbott .. 7 Problems with Modern Physics, John Chappell .. 7 Day 3: Sun 8 July 2001. AM .. 8 The Electric Universe: Part I: Electrical Scarring, Wal Thornhill .. 8 Verbal vignette: Tool Time, Mel Acheson .. 9 Symbols of an Alien Sky: Part II, Dave Talbott .. 9 Day 4: Mon 9 July 2001. AM .. 9 Morphic Fields and Resonances, Rupert Sheldrake .. 9 The Electric Universe: How and Why it Works, ...
82. Impact 'Showered Debris Over Britain' [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... 15 Nov 2002 rom BBC News Online, 14 Nov 2002, By Helen Briggs, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1 /hi/sci/tech/2472903.stm Evidence has emerged of how Britain's history was shaped by an asteroid collision 214 million years ago [. .] Canada still bears the scars of the explosion, which splattered hot rock and dust across the British Isles. The space rock hit what is now Manicouagan, Quebec, opening up a 100-kilometre-wide (62-mile-wide) crater that can be seen by astronauts from space. The Atlantic Ocean had not appeared at the time [. .] The rock was found near Bristol by ...
83. Geogullibility And Geomagnetic Reversals [Journals] [Kronos]
... these interlocking notions are likely to be the last bastion of defense for geology and geophysics against the barbarous ideas of Velikovsky, one may reasonably wonder: What is all this business about a succession of magnetic polarity cycles? The great stampede to embrace sea-floor spreading and continental drift had its beginnings in the discovery that ocean bottoms around the world bear scars in the form of distinctive patterns of remanent rock magnetism. The first hint that this was so came in 1952, when Ronald G. Mason of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography towed a magnetometer off the stern of a ship sailing from Samoa to San Diego. The instrument revealed an intriguing series of magnetic anomalies- field intensities higher or ...
84. Editor's Notes [Journals] [SIS Review]
... '. This outlined the remarkable revival in scientific interest in catastrophism in the last 10-15 years. In 1986 Dawkins described catastrophism as an 18th and 19th century attempt to reconcile some uncomfortable facts of the fossil record with religious belief and in 1987 Stanley described it as an outmoded belief'. Yet today it is accepted that the Earth's surface is scarred by impact and a huge submerged crater in Yucatan is thought to be the site of the impact believed to have hastened the end of the dinosaurs. In an impressive multi-media presentation, Professor Palmer charted this extraordinary turnaround in thinking and discussed its implications for evolutionary theory. Remembering the End of the World' A new video with this title ...
85. Editorial [Journals] [SIS Internet Digest]
... images could hold the key to our catastrophic past. But it seems that a bunch of ambiguous archaic drawings weren't quite enough to capture our imagination in the 20th century. The last 25 years has brought us thousands of full colour images of our Solar System and beyond. Everywhere we look, from the pitted moons of Mars, to the scarred satellites of Saturn, catastrophism is evident. And more recently, stunning images of our Sun and dozens of galaxies, show the unmistakable features of plasmas in an "Electric Universe". Curiously, plasma images also find their way into mythological imagery (see the recent Portland conference report, Our Violent Solar System, page 23). ...
86. New Methods of Investigation [Books]
... sealing off the fissures, was not sufficient to allow the building up to pressures able to generate the required energies, and that only impact could provide them.12 A new battle was beginning, which was to lead to the development and perfection of new methods of investigation. New criteria were sought which would facilitate the identification of `cosmic scars'. Intensive geological and geophysical research was undertaken in the laboratory and in the field. 3. The results achieved may be summarised as follows: A.In Respect of Large Craters (fig. 1) The impact will create a bowl-shaped crater in which the rocks will be crushed. Part of the rocks will be vaporized and ...
87. Bookshelf [Journals] [SIS Review]
... , this is essential reading, its interdisciplinary research presenting a picture of an electric universe within which the catastrophic events described in myth can be explained. Thornhill covers an amazing range of phenomena from plasma physics to mythical symbols and presents convincing electrical explanations for observed astronomical phenomena which astrophysicists have ad hoc dabs at. Thornhill explains our Sun, surface scars on the Moon and Mars, evidence that Venus is a young planet and much more. He sets the scene for a plausible explanation of the Polar Configuration of mythologists Talbott et al and could well be leading the way into the science of the third millennium. Symbols of an Alien Sky by David Talbott This is a splendid opportunity for ...
88. New from Holoscience [advert] [Journals] [Aeon]
... Universe gives insights into the remarkable possibilities that lie ahead for technology and paves the way to a new holistic science. The Science of the Third Millennium "The most exciting addition to this new version of The Electric Universe is the 21 video segments, including clips made of experiments conducted in a plasma lab. My personal favorite is the anode scarring...where a miniature replica of the Martian volcano, Olympus Mons, was raised on a disc of red clay impregnated with graphite. "Summing up, Thornhill says that The Electric Universe introduces a far richer science which has no rigid disciplinary boundaries and encompasses all of human experience... ' That is the kind of ...
89. Mars in Upheaval [Journals] [Aeon]
... In Astronomy for 1977 is presented evidence of the grooves: Viking has discovered another mystery in the most unexpected place- on one of the two small Martian moons. Mariner 9's mapping of both Phobos. . .and Deimos. . .showed many craters and left the investigators with the impression that they were merely rocky chunks that bore the scars of meteorite impacts. There was a puzzling feature on Phobos that a few analysts noticed but without better data could say little about. At the limit of resolution were a few small crater pits that seemed to align in one or two chains. This was unusual because crater chains on the moon are traditionally explained as volcano pits- small ...
90. Brains Trust - Chronology and Ancient History [Journals] [SIS Review]
... these processes have carried on for millions of years under the influence of Saturn? Wal Thornhill said Earth has always been considered effectively as a closed system but now we may contemplate the possibility of a lot of material being deposited from space. One source for some of that material, described by the ancients, may be the colossal Valles Marineris scar on Mars, which has more than 2 million cubic kilometres of material removed. Some of it seems to have crashed back, which explains why Mars is rock strewn wherever spacecraft have landed, but some went into the asteroid belt and some was dumped on Earth. Mars was known as scarface' by North American Indians after it was ...
Search powered by Zoom Search Engine
Search took 0.041 seconds