Earth Under Fire: Humanity’s Survival of the Ice Age [Paul A. LaViolette Ph.D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An investigation of the. In Earth Under Fire, Paul LaViolette investigates the connection between ancient world catastrophe myths and modern scientific evidence of a galactic. Earth Under Fire has 51 ratings and 5 reviews. David said: Astrophysicist Dr. Paul LaViolette holds a few basic premises which are thoroughly detailed in.
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Chris Putnam rated it it was amazing Jun 17, I’m aiming to dig deep into this subject and will happily read more books by the same author as I valued how all the dots were connected together making a lot of sense!!!
Instead, LaViolette disposes of the pole-shift approach in two pages at the end of section The amateur [non-scientist] will want to follow up and read the sources referenced in his notes. This is a book that both fascinates and frightens. Want to Read saving….
His thinking is complex and I cannot state whether he is right or not in his interpretation. Linking his scientific findings to details preserved in ancient myths and monuments, he demonstrates how past civilizations accurately recorded the causes of these cataclysmic events, knowledge of which may be crucial for the human race to survive the next superwave cycle.
This work is timely as well as important. Books by Paul A. Bob Girard, Arcturus Books Oh, a laviolettw book! Rob Williams rated it it was amazing Mar 11, Notify me of new posts by email. These ubiquitous legends are so extreme that they are often dismissed as imaginative exaggerations.
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Has numerous end notes and bibliography. As the book says on page 50 “Some astronomers believe that these outbursts are part of an ongoing process in which matter and energy come into physical manifestation at galactic darth.
Page by page and chapter by chapter, he takes us through a keen analysis of ancient myth, legend, and lore to discover the amazing lost history of our race. This work may make LaViolette the new Velikovsky.
Fantastic Read Really well researched and interpreted book. We can only hope LaViolette is wrong, or if he is right, that we are in the 26, year lull between superwaves, rather than the 13, year half cycle.
Nevertheless it contains a huge quantity of information that will benefit anyone doing research in the subject of catastrophism, or the destruction of ancient civilizations. This book is a well-reasoned and persuasive variation on the currently popular theme of Earth catastrophes caused by comet and meteorite impacts. The following describes an experiment which I believe has successfully slowed down the flow rate of time in the laboratory.
He thus explains the thermal extremes found in nature. Myths are created to explain all the cosmic and terrestrial phenomena observed, often as a wandering or wounded sun god, and as battles among gods who cast lightning bolts and bring down floods.
Laurie Ralph rated it it was ok Jun 14, I know that many will find this unbelievable. LaViolette proposes a new version of quantum mechanics which applies nonlinear dynamical ideas from Prigogine to the long-neglected, but never disproven, notion of the ether. Dec 09, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: Dec 28, Elentarri rated it really liked it Shelves: LaViolette proposes that the Earth is also subjected, at intervals of thousands of years, to the effects of chilling clouds of cosmic dust and sudden surges of devastating heat from the Sun, caused by recurring tremendous explosions in the center of our galaxy.
The idea is then supported by geophysical and cultural evidence in the archaeology and mythology of global civilizations. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Matt Graham rated it really liked it Dec 22, Noah Milstein rated it did not like it Oct 20, Overall this is a great book, but the author does have a lot of theories, many of which seem a lot less credible than the main galactic superwave theory.
Now I understand what it means, eg. I recommend this book even though I do not agree with every point made in the book, as he sees all past evidence as pointing to his theory, whereas sometimes it is clear that other things are being referred to, such as asteroid impact.
The author provides a large amount of material for further study. Jul 27, Season Henderson rated it it was amazing.