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... cycle, i.e . whether annual or otherwise should be carefully considered. Flooding followed by a period of dry conditions could easily occur several times a year even with respect to glacier-fed varve deposition to say nothing of the river-plain varve structures not associated with glaciers. Chapter II GEOLOGICAL CHRONOMETRY: URANIUM-THORIUM-LEAD Need for Re-evaluation THEdifficulties inherent in the first seven radioactive decay methods of Table l.lA have been discussed at length by Faul [1954]. An American Chemical Society symposium was summarized under the title Dating Inconsistent' in the January 23, 1956 Chemical and Engineering News, p. 330, as follows: Radioactive "dating" has been perhaps the most widely publicised of geochemical ...
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... he and all other pious men having abandoned Jerusalem, he saw from a distance how the angels descended, set fire to the city walls, and concealed the sacred vessels of the Temple. At first his mourning over the misfortunes of Jerusalem and the people knew no bounds. But he was in a measure consoled at the end of a seven days' fast, when God made known to him that the day of reckoning would come for the heathen, too. Other Divine visions were vouchsafed him. The whole future of mankind was unrolled before his eyes, especially the history of Israel, and he learned that the coming of the Messiah would put an end to all sorrow ...
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... gods, ' which is as like the Sinico-Japanese Way of the gods' Shin To (Japanese literal translation, kami no michi) as human terms are made. I just stick a pin in this, and note that this To is the famous Chinese Tao. It is impossible here to anticipate all the proofs (under "The Number Seven" in Vol. I I) that the Thebes of Kadmos and Harmonia, that is the Seven Heavens of the seven gates. The temple of DeMeter ThesmoPhoros, in which Kadmos dwelt, is of course but another metaphor for the heavens. This was also the Kadmeia, the stronghold and citadel of Thebes. Thomas Taylor, who ...
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104. In the Beginning -- A Review [Journals] [Velikovskian]
... period when the Earth was moonless though already inhabited by human life. We do not know the beginning; we can only enter the theater at what may have been the third or fourth act. Velikovsky begins with Hebrew cosmology to claim that, prior to Genesis, the Earth underwent earlier catastrophes and that, within human memory, there were seven such creations. These were "sun ages" to be identified with the "Moon, Saturn, Mercury, Jupiter, Venus and Mars" in that order, or are more appropriately "planet ages." He discussed these ages in Worlds in Collision as "The World Ages" and "The Sun Ages." Hence, ...
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... granted. Scarcely had these words dropped from his lips, "Though we have no other merits, yet remember the sign of the covenant which the Israelites bear upon their bodies," when the rain fell to earth. (22) In spite of all these miracles, the people persisted in their idolatrous ways and thoughts. Even the seven thousand who had not bowed down unto Baal were unworthy sons of Israel, for they paid homage to the golden calves of Jeroboam. (23) The misdeeds of the people had swelled to such number that they could no longer reckon upon "the merits of the fathers" to intercede for them; they had overdrawn their account. ...
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106. Did Saturn Explode Twice? [Journals] [SIS Workshop]
... it is time to ask the question: did Saturn explode twice? According to the Bible, Saturn definitely exploded twice. In Genesis 1:3 "God said let there be light and there was light. God saw the light was good." (Jerusalem Bible) In Genesis 7:10 "And it came to pass after seven days that the waters of the flood were on the Earth." (King James version) In Kronos V:I (pp. 6 and 7) Velikovsky points out that some words are missing here and suggests that the "seven days" were days of brilliant light. By way of corroboration he refers to the text of ...
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... the highest pole, "to the exalted seat of Vishnu, round which the starry spheres forever wander, like the upright axle of the corn mill circled without end by the labouring oxen." The simile of the oxen driven around is not alien to the West. It has remained in our languages thanks to the Latin Septemtriones, the seven threshing oxen of Ursa Major: "that we are used to calling the Seven Oxen," according to Cicero's translation of Aratus. On a more familiar level there is a remark by Trimalchio in Petronius (Satyricon 39): "Thus the orb of heaven turns around like a millstone, and ever does something bad." 139 ...
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... brightest stars in the science galaxy- are in town this week for the 140th meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science." (7 ) As announced in Science, "This was the confrontation with conventional science which Velikovsky, the archcatastrophist had sought since the early 1950's . . . . When it finally came the encounter lasted seven hours, four on the morning of 25 February and three more in the evening. At the end, each sphere- Velikovsky, and the panel of scientists who volunteered to debate him- declared itself the winner . . . ." (8 ) Science News declared, "It was time for a scientific day of atonement:" " ...
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109. Making Moonshine with Hard Science [Books] [de Grazia books]
... sun-days in the time it took the sun to touch back upon the tree. I subtracted the 10.9 days from 365.25, and got 354.35. To get an average month, I divided this by 12 and got 29.53 days. Suppose I distribute the 11 days among the months, giving half-days to seven and one and a half days to 5 months. I'd have a workable calendar! I shall do something later with that little lost time, maybe spread it over the years. Some of my politician friends have become excited by the game and chipped in funds to hire a diligent research assistant to help with the sightings. The watchtower ...
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... Vol. IV No. 2 (Winter 1978) "Scientists Confront Scientists Who Confront Velikovsky" Home | Issue Contents "Just Plainly Wrong": A Critique of Peter Huber (Second Installment)Lynn E. Rose [Footnote: *ACKNOWDGEMENT. This entire critique of Huber draws very heavily upon joint research and writing done during the past seven years with Raymond C. Vaughan. This is especially true regarding the Ninsianna discussions (which appear in the present installment), but there is no section of the critique that has not benefitted from Vaughan's valuable corrections, clarifications, and suggested additions of further materials.] The first installment of this paper, dealing with the earliest references ...
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