» Home > Review | Workshop | Internet Digest

SIS Workshop Volume 5 Number 1 (1982)


FOCUS Darwin’s Centenary – A “New Scientist” Affirmation  4


Saturn’s Flare-ups by Dwardu Cardona 7

Analogous Mountain Building by D. A. Slade 10

Amenophis, Osarsiph and Arzu: More on the Third Intermediate Period of Egypt with comments

by K.A. LeFlem
by David Rohl 17

Sethosis: the Seti II from the Kinglists?, Peter van de Veen 19

Balaam’s Vision of Catastrophe * Thera and the Sea Peoples * Velikovsky Reconsidered * Conformity Compulsion in Science * Pole Shifts Dismissed * Birds Don’t Toe the Evolutionary Line * Earth-crossing Asteroids * Venera Data * Rivers on Mars? * Fallible Scientists * No Plate Tectonic on Venus? * Still Grasping at Straws * Another Missing Link Bites the Dust * Mammals Had a False Start * Terminal Eocene Event * Variation in G * Venus, Our Puzzling Twin * Nature’s Inconvenient Fossils * Earthquake Electricity * Bronze Age in Far North * Seeking the Bronze Age Mines * “Trees Remember the Weather” * Comet Catastrophes * Once a Binary System * Sea Floor Spreads in Jerks – and Ends up on Mountains! * History of Astronomy, a Jaundiced View * Tunguska Event Caused by Comet * Oceanic Meteorite Impacts? * Man’s Origins outside Africa * “Kamikaze” Comets * Megalithic “Earth Energy” * Lunar Magnetism 22


from Lord Walsingham, Hugh Eggleton, Eric Crew, (Rev.) Nicholas J. G. Sykes and J. E. Aitchison 38

Copyright (C) 1982 Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

EDITOR: Bernard Newgrosh
EDITORIAL TEAM: Jill Abery, Ragnar Forshufvud, Rosemary Burnard, David Rohl and Derek Shelley-Pearce
EDITORIAL ADDRESS: DEREK SHELLEY-PEARCE, 29 Cuttam Lane North, Orpington, Kent BR6 6BX

WORKSHOP was launched to provide for informal publication of articles that, for a variety of reasons, do not qualify for immediate inclusion in the S.I.S. REVIEW.

This may be because the article is of a speculative nature, for which it has not been possible to provide detailed evidence or undertake thorough, research. It may however be of great interest to members and deserving of early circulation. In this way, WORKSHOP can provide scope for the germination of ideas as they become more focussed and clarified, may well provide material for later inclusion in the REVIEW.

In its aim of increasing the possibilities for the exchange of ideas and information within the Society’s membership, WORKSHOP can be of great value for the relaying of snippets of information, members’ opinions, reviews of relevant news and articles, and in general for keeping members informed of anything which is going on and likely to be of interest in relation to the work of Immanuel Velikovsky and other “taboo” subjects. The Editor relies on regular feedback by way of contributions for publication.

The views expressed in these pages are not necessarily those of the Society; nor can the Society vouch for the accuracy of statements of fact (outside the immediate sphere of Society business) or of interpretations contained herein.

ISSN 0260-2806. Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

Skip to content