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By Immanuel Velikovsky

During this epochal booklet, Immanuel Velikovsky, one of many nice scientists of contemporary occasions, places the full histories of our Earth and of humanity on a brand new foundation. He provides the result of his 10-year-long interdisciplinary learn in an simply comprehensible, even exciting demeanour. Inspite - or perhaps simply because - of the disgraceful hostility, provoked by means of his theories, this publication retains being of ardent topicality, which within the mild of modern clinical learn is even transforming into. Earth in Upheaval - a truly precisely investigated and simply comprehensible booklet - includes fabric that perfectly revolutionizes our view of the historical past of the earth. For all those that have ever questioned in regards to the evolution of the earth, the formation of mountains and oceans, the beginning of coal or fossils, the query of the ice a while and the historical past of animal and plant species, Earth in Upheaval is a MUST-READ!

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Hibben, tiquity, 4 Ibid. VI11 "Evidence of Early (1943), 256. entire Man in mingled mass in Alaska," American An- THE IVORY ISLANDS 3 great heaps scattered all over Alaska, the coast of which is longer than the Atlantic seaboard from Newfoundland to Florida? Was it not a tectonic revolution in the earth's crust, that also caused the volcanoes to erupt and to cover the peninsula with ashes? " 5 Worked flints, characteristically shaped, called Yuma were repeatedly found hi the Alaskan muck, one hundred and more feet below the surface.

1 IN THE 2 Under what NORTH conditions did this great slaughter take which millions upon millions of animals were torn limb from limb and mingled with uprooted trees? F. C. Hibben of the University of New Mexico writes: place, in "Although the formation of the deposits of muck is not is ample evidence that at least portions of this material were deposited under catastrophic conditions. Mammal remains are for the most part dismembered and disarticulated, even though some fragments yet retain, clear, there frozen state, portions of ligaments, skin, hair, Twisted and torn trees are piled in splintered masses.

According to the theory of uniformity, no process took place in the past that is not taking place at present; and not only the nature but 1 H. F. Osborn, The Origin and Evolution of Life (1917), p. 24. THE DOCTRINE OF UNIFORMITY 23 also the intensity of physical phenomena of our age are the criteria of what could have happened in the past. Since the theory of uniformity is still taught in all places of learning, and to question it is heresy, it is pertinent to reproduce here some of Lyeil's original statements, made in his Principles of Geology; they served as a manifesto or credo for all his followers, whether called uniformists or evolutionists.

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