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questioned whether a person so physically modeled to the ideal expectation of a heroic figure could nevertheless be a genius and not an actor, 6668 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 2: THE PRODIGAL ARCHIVE -
when, as happened, it was frequently modeled in the primeval sky at the Boreal opening; 26150 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 06: THE URANIANS : HAND, ROD AND SNAKE
of the Solar System should be modeled after the theory that it was, 50880 SOLARIA-BINARIA: - - - INTRODUCTION -
chemical elements themselves. The atom is modeled here as a plenum of charge enveloping a nucleus, 57761 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE B: : ON COSMIC ELECTRICAL CHARGES
Sinaitic Covenant in that it was modeled upon a royal grant to favourites and contained no obligations, 94447 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : MONOTHEISM
perhaps impossible to say whether man modeled kingship upon gods or gods upon kings, 98088 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
is said, are and should be modeled upon the behavior of the gods. 98370 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 7: MAN'S DIVINE MIRROR -
is a later Tula in Hidalgo modeled after it, 128983 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 4: STRUCTURING THE APOCALYPSE: : Old and New World Variations
 
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the capacities of genetic engineering for modeling new life forms, 32846 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
to at least as much quantitative modeling and manipulation as is afforded by 'land-based geology. ' 49092 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION: Chapter 30 Intensity, Scope and Suddenness -
 
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that the solar system can be modelled as a binary system. 24395 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 05: SOLARIA BINARIA -
as one can tell, they were modelled on the cloudy vaults of heaven and the mysterious depths of the womb. 65608 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 5: CULTURAL REVOLUTION : MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS EVERYWHERE CONTEMPORARY
Ark as a propitiatory offering several modelled gold hemorrhoids. 88985 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 4: THE ARK IN ACTION : THE ARK'S END
the mysterious things, and the sages modelled themselves on them... 112527 KA: - - - INTRODUCTION -
all, even today, are bronze tripods modelled on the lines of this one." 112904 KA: - - Chapter 1: AUGURY -
but also a number of plays, modelled on Greek tragedy. 118136 KA: - - Chapter 17: BYWAYS OF ELECTRICITY : SOME PASSAGES OF INTEREST IN THE ILIAD
 
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pole," 9 he was in fact modelling the image of the great comet as it snaked through the sky 10 . 86990 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 3: CATASTROPHE AND DIVINE FIRES : WHOSE ANGEL?
 
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I already mentioned, Prehistory and Earth Models, 11327 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 9: NEW FASHIONS IN CATASTROPHISM -
I have had to set up models of genetic change, 12093 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 9: NEW FASHIONS IN CATASTROPHISM -
to play the game of catastrophic models, 12505 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 10: ABC'S OF ASTROPHYSICS -
in another book, Prehistory and Earth Models (London, 13283 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 10: ABC'S OF ASTROPHYSICS -
the psychology of catastrophe, electromagnetic cosmic models, 14415 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 12: THE THIRD WORLD OF SCIENCE -
Cook's book, Prehistory and Earth Models, 18322 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 15: THE KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY -
Both men, encouraged by their early models, 19327 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
concerned as well. Both men were models of honest scholars, 19447 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
most of the substance of the models. 20604 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 17: THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE -
the best of scientific and cosmogonic models. 20621 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 17: THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE -
or no miracle. Cosmogony changes. Unfamiliar models become intelligible. 30747 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 12: VICTORY OF THE SUN -
City, Utah. ---- (1966), Prehistory and Earth Models, 31373 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - - BIBLIOGRAPHY -
Press, Oxford. Thom, Ren (1968), "Topological Models in Biology," 32332 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - - BIBLIOGRAPHY -
slowly liberalized in respect to new models. 33342 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART I: ATMOSPHERICS: Chapter 2 The Gaseous Complex -
Melvin A. Cook, Prehistory and Earth Models (London: 38415 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 10 Metals, Salt and Oil : Notes (Chapter Ten: Metals, Salt and Oil)
cit., 124. 7. Prehistory and Earth Models, 39393 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 12 Water : Notes (Chapter Twelve: Water)
nonetheless the most perfect of catastrophic models yet advanced. 40748 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART III: HYDROLOGY: Chapter 15 Ice Fields of the Earth -
43. 21. Cook, Prehistory and Earth Models, 46100 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART V: RIFTS, RAFTS AND BASINS: Chapter 24 Continental Tropism and Rafting : Notes (Chapter Twenty-four: Continental Tropism and Rafting)
were involved.) 10. Prehistory and Earth Models, 50324 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION: Chapter 31 The Recency of the Surface : Notes (Chapter Thirty-one: The Recency of the Surface)
forces in cosmic processes. Most flare models involve some kind of magnetic driver to blow the gases from the Sun with great force (Babcock, 51248 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 2: THE SOLAR SYSTEM AS ELECTRICAL -
10 36 to 1 20 . Conventional models of cosmic processes employ almost exclusively the trivially weak force termed gravity to produce and govern the Universe.51534 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 3: THE SUN'S GALACTIC JOURNEY AND ABSOLUTE TIME -
the interior of the stars. Theoretical models for the interior of solar type stars lead to the conclusion that their interiors, 52833 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 6: THE ELECTRICAL AXIS AND ITS GASEOUS RADIATION : Notes on Chapter 6
its generation and variation when using models which maintain that the Earth is not an electrically charged body. 53431 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 1: ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BINARY SYSTEM: Chapter 8: THE EARTH'S PHYSICAL AND MAGNETIC HISTORY -
of elemental mixes presumed by nebular models of Earth genesis. 54918 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 12: QUANTAVOLUTION OF THE BIOSPHERE: HOMO SAPIENS -
mind by designing and propagating new models of natural and human history would appear to be a necessary preliminary to peace and progress. 56829 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 2: DESTRUCTION OF THE SOLAR BINARY: Chapter 16: VENUS AND MARS -
and involves an unstable proton." Scientific models of time and motion continually change in these years, 57362 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE A: ON METHOD -
study employ fictions -- abstractions, concepts, metaphors, models, 57586 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE A: ON METHOD -
extent. In terms of conventional gravitational models this latter behavior has been described as least- attraction interaction; 57786 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE B: : ON COSMIC ELECTRICAL CHARGES
erroneous is becoming apparent. New gravity models incorporate the notion that the strength of the gravitational force (relative to, 57919 SOLARIA-BINARIA: PART 3: TECHNICAL NOTES: - TECHNICAL NOTE C: : ON GRAVITATING ELECTRIFIED BODIES
Melvin Alonzo (1966), Prehistory and Earth Models (Parish: 59328 SOLARIA-BINARIA: - - - BIBILIOGRAPHY -
Lemaire, J. Scherer, M. (1971), "Kinetic Models of the Solar Wind," 59782 SOLARIA-BINARIA: - - - BIBILIOGRAPHY -
Paul Satz, A Test of Some Models of Hemispheric Speech Organization in the Left- and Right- Handed, 61469 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION : Notes (Chapter 1: Slippery Ladders of Evolution)
Mentor, 1982; T. M. Schopf, ed., Models in Paleontology, 61487 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION : Notes (Chapter 1: Slippery Ladders of Evolution)
ed., The Explanation of Culture Change: Models in Prehistory, 61520 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION : Notes (Chapter 1: Slippery Ladders of Evolution)
and author of Prehistory and Earth Models. 62168 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS : OLDUVAI GORGE
out in PEM Prehistory and Earth Models, 62222 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS : OLDUVAI GORGE
88. Melvin Cook, Prehistory and Earth Models, 62478 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS : Notes (Chapter 2: Hominids in Hologenesis)
commands. They are, of course, not models of the form-to-be. 63343 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 3: MECHANICS OF HUMANIZATION : INTELLIGENT MUTATION AND EVOLUTIONARY SALTATIONS
always been in his mind as models of behavior. 67373 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 6: SCHIZOID INSTITUTIONS : VIOLENCE AND WAR
the availability of such recent historical models as Italian-Latin and American-English. 74765 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 6: SYMBOLS AND SPEECH : CULTURAL DISCIPLINE AND SPEECH DIVERGENCE
in his book, Prehistory and Earth Models 1966. 80504 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 9: THE RUINED FACE OF A CLASSIC BEAUTY : RADIOACTIVE CLOCKS
the pattern or prototype of heavenly models." 87116 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 3: CATASTROPHE AND DIVINE FIRES : THE CENSORED DESIGNS OF HEAVEN
land-based Ark from the aquatic models. 88205 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 4: THE ARK IN ACTION : THE GOLDEN BOX
of Moses based directly upon Egyptian models known to him as a member of the Egyptian theocratic-scientific establishment. 88229 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 4: THE ARK IN ACTION : THE GOLDEN BOX
missiles; staves; possibly some apparatus and models that Levites were working on or knew about; 92140 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 7: THE LEVITES AND THE REVOLTS : IMPEDIMENTA
will take several men as his models, 94648 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : MONOTHEISM
sapiens himself, though relieved of direct models of destructive behavior in the skies, 96685 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 2: THE SUCCESSION OF GODS -
reflected clearly natural events and imposed models of conduct upon man. 96689 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 2: THE SUCCESSION OF GODS -
warfare, where the gods are the models and the gods "Bless our weapons," 97949 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
forms of uniformitarianism, or economics without models of "economic man," 100449 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 11: RELIGIOUS ELEMENTS IN SCIENCE -
are to be treated as hypothetical models to avoid and imitate as they reflect upon the present and future and satisfy today's conditions of existence.101406 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 13: CATECHISM -
concept in M. Cook's Earth Models, 101946 THE BURNING OF TROY: - - Chapter 1: THE QUANTAVOLUTIONARY SCAN -
the oldest Latium civilization reflect Cretan models and finally the theory that the Latin language reveals Mycenean traces. 103283 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
of Greenland Ice Cores by Flow Models, 105711 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 2: GEOLOGICAL ISSUES: Chapter 11: ICE CORES OF GREENLAND : Notes (Chapter 11)
using the Roman vestal virgins as models. 107363 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 17: MAKING MOONSHINE WITH HARD SCIENCE -
Weltanschauung (A. von Humboldt), "ideologies" (Mannheim), "models" (R. 108775 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 22: MARX, ENGELS, AND DARWIN -
concrete puzzle-solutions which, employed as models or examples, 108781 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 22: MARX, ENGELS, AND DARWIN -
the Paradigms IV. The Three Scientific Models Compared for "Scientificity" V. 108979 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 22: MARX, ENGELS, AND DARWIN -
Question and Agnosticism in the Three Models VI. 108980 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 22: MARX, ENGELS, AND DARWIN -
the greatest intellectual heretics as his models, 110229 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 26: EULOGIES TO THREE QUANTAVOLUTIONARIES : IMMANUEL VELIKOVSKY 1895-1979 1
Educators, take note. Why have these models been allowed to persist? 110475 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 27: A COSMIC DEBATE : II
science A. Problems of natural science models clashing with unconforming natural history B. 111321 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 28: SYLLABI FOR QUANTAVOLUTION -
with unspoken accord to produce new models of science. 112032 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 30: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE : ANXIETY AND CATASTROPHISM
of behavior. It moves with theoretical models, 112114 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 30: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE : THE POLITICS OF UNIFORMITARIANISM
regions of the world after death. Models of the sky, 117166 KA: - - Chapter 13: 'KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC : STATUES AND MUMMIES
is said to have had wax models of ships and a bowl of water. 117174 KA: - - Chapter 13: 'KA', AND EGYPTIAN MAGIC : STATUES AND MUMMIES
seen in the streets, with puppets, models of deities, 118523 KA: - - Chapter 18: ROME AND THE ETRUSCANS : ROME, MONARCHY, AND THE GODS
the sky were involved and were models for imitation. 123120 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 12: CATASTROPHE, MYTH AND SKY -
and choking sounds may have provided models for the varieties of 'k' sound. 124325 - A FIRE NOT BLOWN: - - Chapter 19: LIFE -
evolutionary process. For simplicity, most mathematical models of nature use linear system of equations,126358 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : - FOREWORD : Notes (Foreword)
stresses the inconographical, mythical and religious models which he feels underlie Shakespeare's play, 130961 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY : Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art
his own time 58 . These traditional models, 130967 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY : Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art
these were the biblical and geological models upon which monarchial theory was based. 132080 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - THE POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY GEOLOGY Chapter 6: CATASTROPHISM AND UNIFORMITY : PART I:
by fitting its activity to assumed models. 138797 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
fitting its activity to assumed models. Models of social behaviour in a given setting can be numerous,138797 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
the validity (and utility) of such models is theoretical and statistical, 138799 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
not absolute. The number of principal models may be reduced to one in the case of purely-motivated and purely-acted behaviour, 138800 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
empirically that one or several given models explain in great part and usefully the vast majority of relevant actions. 138810 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
itself prove the validity of the models used. 138812 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
scientific behaviour should be revised. Four models appear to explain a good deal of scientific reception-system behaviour. 138827 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
model than the rationalistic or power models. 139344 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
science. It would conclude that other models for organizing and incorporating new knowledge are either practical myths sustaining the morale of scientists, 139451 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
symbiosis of the rationalistic and power models. 139647 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -