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Earth in Upheaval
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Following are some interesting excerpts from the book in which Velikovsky uses science against "science". Page 3 - "What could have caused the Artic Sea and the Pacific Ocean to irrupt and wash away forests with all their animal population and throw the entire mingled mass in great heaps scattered all over Alaska, the coast of which is no longer the Atlantic seaboard from Newfoundland to Florida?

Was it not a tectonic revolution in the earth's crust, that also caused the volcano's to erupt and to cover the peninsula with ashes? In various levels of the muck, stone artifacts were found 'frozen in situ at great depths and in apparent association' with the Ice Age fauna, which implies that 'men were contemporary with extinct animals in Alaska. Worked flints, characteristically shaped, called Yuma points, were repeatedly found in the Alaskan muck, one hundred and more feet below the surface.

One such spear point was found there 'between a lion's jaw and a mammoth's tusk. Similar weapons were used only a few generations ago by Indians of the Athapascan tribe, who camped in the upper Tanana Valley.

It has also been suggested that even modern Eskimo points are remarkably Yuma-like, all of which indicates that the multitudes of torn animals and splintered forests date from a time not many thousands of years ago. In , William Buckland, professor of geology at the University of Oxford, Published his Reliquiae diluvianae Relics of the flood , with the subtitle, Observations on the organic remains contained in caves, fissures, and diluvial gravel, and other geological phenomena, attesting the action of an universal deluge.

Buckland was one of the great authorities on geology in the first half of the nineteenth century. In a cave in Kirkdale in Yorkshire, eighty feet above the valley, under a floor covering of stalagmites, he found teeth and bones of elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotami, horses, deer, tigers teeth of which were larger than those of the largest lion or Bengal tiger , bears, wolves, hyenas, foxes, hares, rabbits, as well as bones of ravens, pigeons, larks, snipe and ducks. The idea which long prevailed, 'was, that they were the remains of elephants imported by the Roman armies.

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This is also refuted First by the anatomical fact of their belonging to extinct species of this genus, second, by their being usually accompanied by the bones of rhinoceros and hippopotamus, animals that could never have been attached to Roman armies: thirdly, by their being found dispersed over Siberia and North America, in equal or even greater abundance than in those parts of Europe which were subjected to the Roman power. In the red sandstone an abundant aquatic fauna is embedded.

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The animals are in disturbed positions. At the period of the past when these formations were composed, 'some terrible catastrophe involved in sudden destruction of the fish of an area at least a hundred miles from boundary to boundary, perhaps much more.

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The same pattern in Orkney as at Comarty is strewed thick with remains, which exhibit unequivocally the marks of violent death. The figures are contorted, contracted, curved; the tail in many instances is bent around to the head; the pines stick out; the fins are spread to the full, as in fish that die in convulsions.

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The Pterichthys shows its arms extended at their stiffest angle, as if prepared for an enemy. The remains, too, appear to have suffered nothing from the after-attacks of predacious fishes; none such seem to have survived. The record is one of destruction at once widely spread and total. Beds of petroleum shale rock of laminated structure formed by consolidation of clay , ascribed to the Tertiary Age, having in many places a thickness of about two thousand feet, extend from Cape Mendocino in northern California to Los Angeles and beyond, a distance of over four hundred and fifty miles.

The asphalt of Rancho La Brea are an outcrop of this large bituminous formation. Since the University of California has been collecting the fossils of Rancho La Brea, 'a most remarkable mass of skeletal material.

The Pleistocene strata, fifty to one hundred feet thick, over lie the tertiary formations in which the main oil-bearing beds are found. The deposit containing the fossils consists of alluvium, clay, course sand and asphalt. Most spectacular among the animals found at Rancho La Brea is the Saber-tooth tiger Smilodon , previously unknown elsewhere in the new or old world, but found since then, in other places too. The canine teeth of this animal, over ten inches long, projected from his mouth like two curved knives. With this weapon the tiger tore the flesh of his prey.

The animal remains are crowded together in the asphalt pit in an unbelievable agglomeration. In the first excavation carried on by the University of California 'a bed of bones was encountered in which the number of saber-tooth and wolf skulls together averaged twenty per cubic yard. Were its forests, uprooted by hurricanes and set afire, covered by tides carrying sand and debris from the bottom of the oceans? It takes millions of years for a log to be turned into coal but only a single hour when burning. Here lies the core of the problem: Did the earth change in a slow process, a year added to a year and a million years to a million, the peaceful ground of nature being the broad arena of the contest of throngs, in which the fittest survived?


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Or did it happen, too, that the very arena itself, infuriated, rose against the contestants and made an end of their battles? I present here some pages from the book of nature. I have excluded from them all references to ancient literature, traditions, and folklore; and this I have done with intent, so that careless critics cannot decry the entire work as "tales and legends. Mute as they are, they will testify clearly and unequivocally. Yet dull ears and dimmed eyes will deny this evidence, and the dimmer the vision, the louder and more insistent will be the voices of protestation.

This book was not written for those who swear by the verba magistri - the holiness of their school wisdom; and they may debate it without reading it, as well. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Pocket Books. Condition: New. Seller Inventory NEW More information about this seller Contact this seller.

Book Description Pocket Books, Mass Market Paperback. Brand New!. Seller Inventory VIB Seller Inventory M Pocket Book ed. Ships with Tracking Number! Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory n. Items related to Earth in Upheaval. Earth in Upheaval. Immanuel Velikovsky. In an Oct. The first, based on exhaustive research into myths and legends, advanced a catastrophic theory of the disappearance of mammoths, saber-tooth tigers and other animals and plants as well as the sudden appearance of new forms of life.

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Earth Notes: Upheaval Dome | KNAU Arizona Public Radio

Stung by the rejection of orthodox scientists, Velikovsky based the second book on geology and paleontology. Again, scientists heaped abuse upon him. From the preface of ''Earth in Upheaval'': ''Pebbles and rocks and mountains and the bottom of the sea will bear witness. Do they know of the days, recent and ancient, when the harmony of the world was interrupted by the forces of nature?