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... Science's Unscientific Reception of Velikovsky C.J . Ransom For years, the opposition to Velikovsky said he must be wrong, for reasons which themselves wore wrong. Yet they have done very little to correct this impression, or their own basic errors. Instead, they have continued to attack Velikovsky, simply changing their arguments from time to time. Subsequent attempted justification of the irrational behaviour of the so-called scientific community eventually amounts to no more than saying "We were justified because he was wrong ". This is similar to saying that lynching is justified if it turns out afterwards that you had the right man, although your original circumstantial evidence was inaccurate. However, no amount ...
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... From "Beyond Velikovsky" © 1984 by Henry H. Baue | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents The Second Engagement Who shall decide when doctors disagre&-Alexander Pope'[he first battle, just described, was concentrated largely in the years 1950 to 1952. From 1953, for almost a decade, there was little public mention of Velikovsky; the publication of Earth in Upheaval (1955) and Oedipus and Akhnaton (1960) produced brief flurries of~ reviews pro and con, letters, and editorial comments, but nothing approaching the publicity of the early 1950s. Then in 1962 there was a new public outburst and the issues were much more general. It became ...
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... From "Beyond Velikovsky" © 1984 by Henry H. Baue | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents The End of the Beginning This is not the end It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.-Winston Churchill A New Climate of Opinion? Velikovsky's address before a large audience of scientists and engineers at Harvard (Feb. 17, 1972) was . . . [reported]. It was at Harvard, of course, that Velikovsky had faced his most intense and bitter opposition, and this lowering of the barriers . . . signalled the onset of what may well be the last phase of Velikovsky's ...
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... From: Carl Sagan & Immanuel Velikovsky by Charles Ginenthal CD Home | Contents Contents Part I An Improbable Tale The Historical Evidence Velikovsky's theory Part II Sagan's Problems First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eight Nine Ten Problems Appendices Conclusion Sagan's fourth problem: Terrestrial Geology And Lunar Craters Earth in upheaval Sagan deals here with the question of whether geology, archaeology, and craters observed on the Moon can substantiate Velikovsky's hypothesis. As shown earlier, Velikovsky wrote a book on these aspects of his theory. Macbeth tells us, "Velikovsky's opponents pointed out that he was talking about events that qualified as catastrophes, transcending anything that is now going on in scale and violence. They declared that ...
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... From "Beyond Velikovsky" © 1984 by Henry H. Baue | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents The First Battle And we are here as on a darkling plain Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night.-Matthew Arnold In this chronological account of the Velikovsky affair, the period up to 1962 will be treated separately from the succeeding years, for reasons that will become obvious later. The first skirmishes have already been described. Battle proper may be said to have been joined when Velikovsky replied in some detail to his critics. Velikovsky wrote letters to The Spectator [427] and to the New Statesman and Nation [428] to ...
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... Introduction to Velikovsky Irving Wolfe In order to introduce Immanuel Vclikovsky and his ideas properly, I would really need 10 or 12 hours, or even a few days. I would go further, and say that he cannot be adequately introduced. If you want to really grasp what he says, you must read his books. No introduction to "Hamlet" can equal the experience of "Hamlet", and no introduction to Velikovsky can equal the experience of his own lucid and beautifully organized writings. However, I have given myself the task of telling you something meaningful and coherent about Immanuel Velikovsky in 30 or 40 minutes, and that is what 1 shall try to do ...
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... From "Beyond Velikovsky" © 1984 by Henry H. Baue | FULL TEXT NOT AVAILABLE Contents Velikovsky's Physical Science That mine adversary had written a book..-Job Cosmos without Gravitation In 1946 Velikovsky had published his ideas about the theory of gravitation and related matters in a monograph entitled Cosmos without Gravitation, in the series Scripta Academica Hierosolymitana, of which he was editor. This book was not cited in Worlds in Collision, and in the voluminous literature dealing with the Velikovsky affair it has been referred to only rarely. In the following, all quotations without a reference are from Cosmos without Gravitation 1407]. "The fundamental theory . . . is: Gravitation is ...
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... From: SIS Chronology & Catastrophism Review 1992 (Vol XIV) Home | Issue Contents Velikovsky and Catastrophism: A Hidden Agenda?by Irving Wolfe A graduate of McGill University, Montreal, where he obtained a BA in English and Philosophy and an MA in English, Irving Wolfe completed his PhD at Bristol University before returning to the University of Montreal where he is currently Professor of English. He teaches Shakespeare, modern drama and theatre and is also active in the Society for Literature and Science. Formerly a Contributing Editor of Kronos, he is Co-Founder and President of Canadian SIS and one of the organisers of its Annual Seminars - held since 1982. His articles have appeared in ...
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... " of the Stability of the Solar System BASS, ROBERT W.: "PROOFS" OF THE STABILITY OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM BASS, ROBERT W.: CAN WORLDS COLLIDE? BASS, ROBERT W.: THE JUPITER EFFECT: The Planets as Triggers of Devastating Earthquakes by John Gribbin and Stephen Plagemann Bauer, Henry H.: The Velikovsky Affair Beal, Alasdair N.: A Bit Creaky? - Tree Rings, Radiocarbon and Ancient History Beal, Alasdair N.: Einstein and Relativity Beal, Alasdair: How Old is Greenland's Ice Cap? Beal, Alasdair: Lies, Damned Lies and .. .. Beal, Alasdair: Relativity Corner Beggs, Allan: Exploring ...
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... From: Horus Vol. 1 No. 3 (Fall 1985) Home | Issue Contents Can Psychoanalysis be a Science? An Introduction to Velikovsky David Griffard In 1950 the first of a series of works by Immanuel Velikovsky, Worlds in Collision, revealed the broad outlines of a dramatic new analysis of the myth, legend and history of the ancient world. The book outraged the scientists of the day and caused a similar reaction among scholars of ancient history. According to Velikovsky the record of the past had been misread- partly because of dogmatic views that had developed in science, and partly from uncertainties among historians and archaeologists in the dating of ancient civilizations. His own account ...
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