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apocalpse and punctuated equilibrium. A salient argument against the use of the term "catastrophism" is that it denotes a total misfortune, 894 QUANTAVOLUTION AND CATASTROPHE: PART 3: A Comment on the Q-C Test and Its Individual Items - - -
and Tompkins got into a bristling argument over parascience. 7214 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 3: CHEERS AND HISSES -
or series of publications, or systematic argument in opposition to his theories. 7832 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 3: CHEERS AND HISSES -
long walk to nowhere An enthusiastic argument A book on the wide harmless world. 7996 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 3: CHEERS AND HISSES -
the elements of the Trinity, his argument against the validity of infant baptism, 8503 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 4: A PROPER RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY -
was an acceptable line of public argument, 8660 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 4: A PROPER RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY -
authorities as "collective amnesia." Again, this argument came later. 8664 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 4: A PROPER RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY -
motivations of his opponents, but the argument is prominent in Mankind in Amnesia, 8665 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 1: - Chapter 4: A PROPER RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY -
at least three sides of any argument that came up --not a clique, 10226 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 2: - Chapter 7: FROM VENUS WITH LOVE -
a time. Against these, the quantavolutionary argument, 12653 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 3: - Chapter 10: ABC'S OF ASTROPHYSICS -
off as not relevant to the argument, 14196 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 12: THE THIRD WORLD OF SCIENCE -
mind. I can always win a argument with him on politics, 14505 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 12: THE THIRD WORLD OF SCIENCE -
offer any longer, while admitting her argument. 15387 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 12: THE THIRD WORLD OF SCIENCE -
community. 28. Use of knowingly false argument. 15593 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 13: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK -
and are not essential to his argument that Exodus and the Egyptian sources refer to the same natural catastrophe. 15951 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 13: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK -
the errors, if any, in his argument. 16040 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 13: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK -
him as a scientist in public argument. 16586 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 4: - Chapter 13: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK -
point (creating a new issue and argument of an undefined kind). 19309 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
raison d'etat over truth. The argument was not resolved, 19462 COSMIC HERETICS: PART 5: - Chapter 16: PRECURSORS OF QUANTAVOLUTION -
There is a kind of saving argument which is, 22761 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 03: COLLAPSING TESTS OF TIME -
Hatfield (1970). Schindewolf counters the general argument that gaps in the fossil record conceal the fact of uniformitarian changes;24334 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 04: A CATASTROPHIC CALENDAR : Notes (Chapter Four: A Catastrophic Calendar)
already cited go to support this argument. 27389 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 07: EARTH PARTURITION AND MOON BIRTH : A QUESTION OF LUNAR PRIORITY
fatally wounded. I would reject the argument because, 29510 CHAOS AND CREATION: - - CHAPTER 10: VENUS AND MARS : GLOBAL RUINATION AND ITS PERPETRATOR
bits of knowledge and threats of argument. 32813 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
pieces and a strong line of argument. 32814 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
was not a catastrophe; besides, the argument goes, 32974 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
million years ago. This kind of argument is bound to brew trouble. 32976 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
the past. So goes the quantavolutionary argument. 32992 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
quantavolutionary argument. We shall join the argument again and again in the chapters to come.32992 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: - - CHAPTER 1: Quantavolutions -
same time. Probably this line of argument will stand up: 35836 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART I: ATMOSPHERICS: Chapter 7 Fire and Ash -
imprecise a term to use in argument, 36060 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART I: ATMOSPHERICS: Chapter 7 Fire and Ash -
of loess. Now Goosen advances the argument with respect to the soils that sit atop the loess. 36524 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 8 Falling Dust and Stone -
is loose enough to permit the argument that tillites may not be associated with cold climates, 36637 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 8 Falling Dust and Stone -
dropped at dawn. So goes the argument of Reade, 37347 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 9 Gases, Poisons and Foods -
comments to Blumer's line of argument. 38171 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART II: EXOTERRESTRIAL DROPS: Chapter 10 Metals, Salt and Oil -
author, E. Still, continued his prescient argument, 41816 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 17 Volcanism -
been removed should not halt the argument. 42146 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 18 Sinking and Rising Lands -
years." Furthermore, he claims that his "argument is not very sensitive to the exact time scale or to variations in the rate of ocean-floor spreading, 43085 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART IV: CRUSTAL TURBULENCE: Chapter 19 Expansion and Contraction -
of rock digestion are occurring. The argument is almost totally deductive. 45731 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART V: RIFTS, RAFTS AND BASINS: Chapter 24 Continental Tropism and Rafting -
would be no handicap to the argument. 47342 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 27 Genesis and Extinction -
this can be made into an argument for a short term of life on Earth. 47813 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 27 Genesis and Extinction -
range of cases may advance the argument. 48466 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 29 Spectres -
all the while to avoid circular argument. 48540 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 29 Spectres -
and hunting economy. But this pragmatic argument does not prevail in the crucial case of Venus, 48587 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VI: BIOSPHERICS: Chapter 29 Spectres -
blast removal of the overhang." The argument here would follow along the lines of argument against "plastic creep" in general.49257 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION: Chapter 30 Intensity, Scope and Suddenness -
would follow along the lines of argument against "plastic creep" in general. 49258 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION: Chapter 30 Intensity, Scope and Suddenness -
dissimilar. It has always been an argument over rates. 49415 THE LATELY TORTURED EARTH: PART VII: DIMENSIONS OF QUANTAVOLUTION: Chapter 30 Intensity, Scope and Suddenness -
1 Cole, K. D. (1976), "Physical Argument and hypothesis for Sun-Weather relationships," 59323 SOLARIA-BINARIA: - - - BIBILIOGRAPHY -
non-rational. For, to preview an argument that comes later, 60504 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - - FOREWORD -
out of schizotypicality. This line of argument is also pursued in a companion volume, 60515 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - - FOREWORD -
adaptative control of the environment, an argument that is part biological and part cultural but in both cases implausible for reasons stated elsewhere, 60692 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 1: SLIPPERY LADDERS OF EVOLUTION : THE HUMAN BRAINCASE
is the line of questioning and argument to be followed here; 61565 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 2: HOMINIDS IN HOLOGENESIS -
For the moment, and so that argument may proceed along its main line, 62664 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 3: MECHANICS OF HUMANIZATION : ANCIENT CATASTROPHES
idea of it. Basic to the argument is that Hominid 'X' existed in numbers everywhere and became human before the globe cracked, 64898 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 4: THE GESTALT OF CREATION : QUANTAVOLUTION AND HOLOGENESIS
culture? As I construe the conventional argument, 65716 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 5: CULTURAL REVOLUTION : ECUMENICAL CULTURE
or a common third source). Hence argument always centers around these two ideas and they have been flailing at each other in their boxing ring since the beginning of the uniformitarian orthodoxy a century and more ago. 65732 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 5: CULTURAL REVOLUTION : ECUMENICAL CULTURE
may be taken as a strong argument against the diffusionist explanation, 65946 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 5: CULTURAL REVOLUTION : AMERICAN CULTURAL ORIGINS
their ever-anxious schizoid minds. The argument is surprisingly simple, 68444 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : DARWINIAN HISTORISM
darwinists with a strong and original argument for their case, 68499 HOMO SCHIZO I: - - Chapter 7: PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF HISTORY : DARWINIAN HISTORISM
itself is universal. The most persuasive argument against the presence of an existential human fear is that the human is occupied with so many objects over such large spans of memory and futures that one is bound to be always in a state of anxiety over something. 71065 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 2: THE SEARCH FOR LOST INSTINCT : EXISTENTIAL FEAR
Such is the frame of the argument here to come. 75096 HOMO SCHIZO II: - - Chapter 7: THE GOOD, THE TRUE, AND THE BEAUTIFUL -
humans. They engage in fighting, trickery, argument, 78131 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 6: THE RAPE OF HELEN -
for support or denial in the argument. 79860 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
I prefer to renounce the lunar argument here, 79876 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : A MATCH OF SOURCES
inscriptions, and, as we develop the argument, 80131 THE DISASTROUS LOVE AFFAIR OF MOON AND MARS PART 2: GODS, PLANETS, MADNESS Chapter 8: THE TWO FACES OF LOVE : THE ROMAN VENUS
negotiations Moses actually made his strongest argument: 86214 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 2: THE SCENARIO OF EXODUS : HIGH-LEVEL NEGOTIATIONS
Pharaoh does not object to this argument; 86216 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 2: THE SCENARIO OF EXODUS : HIGH-LEVEL NEGOTIATIONS
miniature computer of today. So, his argument would go, 86451 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 2: THE SCENARIO OF EXODUS : WHY PHARAOH PURSUED THE HEBREWS
a time - for the sake of argument - in synchronous orbit with the Earth between latitudes 33 north and south, 87009 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 3: CATASTROPHE AND DIVINE FIRES : WHOSE ANGEL?
this? Daiches presents an unconvincing etymological argument 7 . 89586 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 5: LEGENDS AND MIRACLES -
solved, quite apart from ending the argument. 90405 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 6: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES : THE LOVE CHILD
scientific opinion. It is the modern argument on behalf of the practice. 90796 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 6: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES : CIRCUMCISION AND SPEECH PROBLEMS
all things to happen - end of argument. 91669 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 6: THE CHARISMA OF MOSES : THE MANIAC SCIENTIST
is without limits, according to another argument. 94331 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : IMMORTALITY
other Books of Moses supports the argument made elsewhere in this book, 94757 GODS FIRE: - - Chapter 8: THE ELECTRIC GOD : Notes (Chapter 8: The Electrical God)
the problem. There is first the argument of the necessary reality of perfection: 96953 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 3: KNOWING THE GODS -
join most philosophers in refusing this argument. 96955 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 3: KNOWING THE GODS -
is as well.) A second traditional argument for the existence of god pleads that the world as we see it cannot have come about without a previously existing cause. 96970 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 3: KNOWING THE GODS -
Spaniards were not impressed by this argument. 97799 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
Gandhi, et al. We offer no argument against this line of reasoning. 98118 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 1: THEOMACHY Chapter 6: RITUAL AND SACRIFICE -
him forcefully enough. He begins an argument with his educators that will go on for years.99493 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 10: ETHICS AND THE SUPERNATURAL -
freedom of religion, even though the argument might be advanced that the Constitution has the right to discover and protect itself against potential enemies.100261 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 11: RELIGIOUS ELEMENTS IN SCIENCE -
because it is a lesser known argument, 100479 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 11: RELIGIOUS ELEMENTS IN SCIENCE -
be blamed on the gods. This argument would appear to constitute an imposing defense of traditional religion and may even explain why all other life activities are dealt with by the principles of rationalism and free will (rather than the other way around). 100498 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 11: RELIGIOUS ELEMENTS IN SCIENCE -
or small? There is indeed an argument, 100956 THE DEVINE SUCCESSION PART 2: THEOTROPY: Chapter 12: NEW PROOFS OF GOD -
to recover. But again a counter-argument might hold that if all or most of the citizens had run away to safety, 102526 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 2: THE BURNING OF TROY : THE "BURNT CITY" OF TROY
XI Centuries (and significantly for our argument he terms the XI "less developed") "the cultural uniformity of southern Etruria and old Latium appears to be total."103434 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 3: THE FOUNDING OF ROME -
Such general simultaneous havoc strengthens the argument for celestial encounters as the first cause. 104136 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 5: THE CATASTROPHIC FINALE OF THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE : BROADER CONSIDERATIONS
time, we have to carry his argument farther and, 104592 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 1: HISTORICAL DISTURBANCES: Chapter 7: NINE SPHERES OF VENUSIAN EFFECTS -
noticed or calculated, but offers no argument on the point. 107290 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 3: WORKING OF THE MIND: Chapter 17: MAKING MOONSHINE WITH HARD SCIENCE -
he has himself devised a saltatory argument, 109153 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 4: POLEMICS AND PERSONAGES: Chapter 23: RELIGION AND EDUCATION : I. QUANTAVOLUTION AND CREATION IN ARKANSAS
wrote to Lyell. "I think any argument from such a reported radical as myself would only injure the cause, 112080 THE BURNING OF TROY: PART 5: COMMUNICATING A SCIENTIFIC MODEL: Chapter 30: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE : THE POLITICS OF UNIFORMITARIANISM
cauldrons. At this stage of the argument we can well consider the play King Oedipus by Sophocles. 113364 KA: - - Chapter 2: THE ELECTRIC ORACLES -
Plato, 277 d, there is an argument as to whether a learner in a class is wise or not. 115589 KA: - - Chapter 8: SKY AND STAGE : POETIC INSPIRATION
do this, though in simplifying his argument I have made him seem to. 128728 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 4: STRUCTURING THE APOCALYPSE: : Old and New World Variations
picture. As he explains it, an argument has developed between Oberon and Titania concerning one of Titania's attendants whom Oberon wants as part of his train. 129344 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY : Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art
developing in the night forest - the argument between Oberon and Titania, 129966 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 5: SHAKESPEARE AND VELIKOVSKY : Catastrophic Theory and the Springs of Art
76 (Winter 1976). "I think any argument from such a reported radical as myself," 131940 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 6: CATASTROPHISM AND UNIFORMITY : A Probe Into The Origin of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology
as quoted above: "I think any argument from such a reported radical as myself would only injure the cause, 131963 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 6: CATASTROPHISM AND UNIFORMITY : A Probe Into The Origin of the 1832 Gestalt Shift in Geology
wrote to Lyell: "I think any argument from such a reported radical as myself would only injure the cause" was that of discrediting Paley and the other Tory Monarchists through an attack on its geological and theological foundations.132108 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - THE POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY GEOLOGY Chapter 6: CATASTROPHISM AND UNIFORMITY : PART I:
of catastrophe, Velikovsky has provided an argument in Western terms for a catastrophic cosmology.132493 RECOLLECTIONS OF A FALLEN SKY - VELIKOVSKY AND CULTURAL AMNESIA : Chapter 7: LIVING WITH VELIKOVSKY: : CATASTROPHISM AS WORLD VIEW
nine hundred miles an hour. ' This argument, 134793 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 1: MINDS IN CHAOS - - -
Florida State University, brought a new argument to bear against Velikovsky in the November 1951 issue of Scientific Monthly: '... 135021 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 1: MINDS IN CHAOS - - -
20, 1952. Albright's only specific argument was that Velikovsky had mistaken the cuneiform plural sign, 135125 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 1: MINDS IN CHAOS - - -
Menzel's calculations, which invalidated his argument. 135528 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 2: AFTERMATH TO EXPOSURE - - -
effect of the correction on his argument. 135534 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 2: AFTERMATH TO EXPOSURE - - -
Worlds in Collision - and amplified the argument in Ages in Chaos, 135783 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 2: AFTERMATH TO EXPOSURE - - -
the end of his life all argument that electricity and magnetism affect the motions of heavenly bodies.136245 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
eliminating what he considered the chief argument for the existence of God, 136562 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
for the existence of God, the argument from design, 136563 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
traditions (the basis of Whiston's argument for a cataclysm caused by a comet) are not a reliable source of information.136639 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
calendar cannot have existed. But the argument of Whiston and Lloyd was exactly that the solar year was about 360 days long and that therefore no intercalation was needed. 136652 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
Newton, using a similar line of argument, 136790 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
Newton pursued the same line of argument as Maimonides in his exegesis of Greek texts and of what was then known of Oriental documents. 136817 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
the need to refute Newton's argument that the fact that all the planets and their satellites rotate counterclockwise is proof of divine providence 41 . 136914 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
in precise agreement with Dewey's argument and with Velikovsky's psychological assumption.136967 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
the best publicized instances: a popular argument against Copernicus was that if the Earth moved, 137015 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
anchored to the Earth 48 . This argument completely ignores the possibility of gentle deceleration and attributes gravitational effect, 137020 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
were not followed by a single argument. 137088 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 3: THE INCONSTANT HEAVENS - - -
many cases, instead of presenting an argument in his own words, 137591 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
missed the drift of Kugler's argument. 137779 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
de Newton (Paris, 1758). The strongest argument, 138062 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
mentioned monograph Weidner saved his best argument for the last pages where he refuted Kugler on the interpretation of texts which mentioned the 'crescent' of Venus. 138184 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
been refuted by implication 19 . The argument of Weidner was that cuneiform documents refer to the left and right 'horn' of Venus, 138283 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 4: CUNEIFORM ASTRONOMICAL RECORDS AND CELESTIAL INSTABILITY - - -
change. Simplicius: Aristotle deduced his principal argument a priori, 138666 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 5: ASTRONOMICAL THEORY AND HISTORICAL DATA - - -
sees that this was the main argument against him. 138691 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 5: ASTRONOMICAL THEORY AND HISTORICAL DATA - - -
It is resistant to rational counter-argument. 139339 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
hundreds, are more disposed to rationalistic argument with the Velikovsky ideas than the scientists. 139997 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: PART 6: THE SCIENTIFIC RECEPTION SYSTEM - - -
finger on the flaws in an argument that ranges over the greater part of ancient literature.140888 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: APPENDIX 2: VELIKOVSKY 'DISCREDITED': A TEXTUAL COMPARISON - - -
one examines Velikovsky's sources, his argument falls to pieces... 140889 THE VELIKOVSKY AFFAIR: APPENDIX 2: VELIKOVSKY 'DISCREDITED': A TEXTUAL COMPARISON - - -