Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky
Essays in the Continuing Velikovsky Affair
- The Original Velikovsky Affair, An Idea That Just Would Not Go Away, by Irving Wolfe
- The A.A.A.S Symposium on Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
- The A.A.A.S. Affair From Twenty Years After, by Lynn E. Rose
- Henry H. Bauer and Immanuel Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
- Beneath Bauer, by Irving Wolfe
- All Honorable Men, Journalists and Scientists As Misrepresenters, by Charles Ginenthal
- Bob Forrest and Venus As A Comet in World Mythology, by David N. Talbott and Ev Cochane
- Asimov in Absurdity, by Charles Ginenthal
- Pompous Asimov, by Irving Wolfe
- Stephen Jay Gould and Immanuel Velikovsky, by Charles Ginenthal
- A Rage to Deny - the Roots of the Velikovsky Affair, by Irving Wolfe
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By Charles Ginenthal, Irving Wolfe, Lynn E. Rose,
David Talbott and Ev Cochrane.
This important 795 page book covers primarily the last 25 years showing
that the many later critics of Immanuel Velikovsky behaved exactly
as did their earlier predecessors. For the first time in one
place, all the major figures in the Affair have been thoroughly
analysed. The book presents:
Stephen Jay Gould and
Immanuel Velikovsky is a fundamental document for anyone interested
in this modern affair. It is a hard cover book which also contains
a Table of Contents, Bibliography of materials crucial to scholars,
and a chapter index. The book will be available in August 1996. Those who wish to order the book should make all checks payable
to Charles Ginenthal.
- A full expose of the early
part of the Velikovsky Affair by Prof. Irving Wolfe.
- The important AAAS Symposium on Velikovsky and the Cornell
University book, Scientists Confront Velikovsky, examined
in clear readable terms. What is left of the critics Peter
J. Huber, J. Derral Mulholland, Carl Sagan and Norman W. Storer
is anything but pretty. Prof Lynn E. Rose dissects the AAAS symposium
from a 20 years perspective and shows the vapid, dishonest behavior
of the participants and the behindthescenes gamesmanship of Owen
Gingerich of Harvard University.
- A nearly 150
page analysis of Henry H. Bauer's Beyond Velikovsky
by Charles Ginenthal and Irving Wolfe. This material in itself
is so damaging to Bauer's criticism that by themselves these two
chapters are worth the value of the book.
- A look at The Skeptical
Inquirer and its critics. Their misrepresentations are so blatantly obvious
and unvarnished that they speak volumes about the dirty tricks
presented in that journal to destroy Velikovsky. James E. Oberg,
Kendrick Frazier et.al., Henrietta Lo, Clark R. Chapman and David
Morrison are fully taken to task.
- Dwardu Cardona, David Talbott,
and Ev Cochrane's expose of the work of Bob Forrest's Velikovsky's
Sources to show his mythic evidence does not survive the light
of examination. Issac Asimov also comes in for a scathing exposure
by Ginenthal and Wolfe that leaves no stone unturned.
- A thorough rebuttal of Stephen Jay Gould's criticism
of Velikovsky showing that when he comes to Velikovsky he advances
only double standards and hypocricy to support his claims.
- A summary of the Affair by Irving Wolfe, and the historical, social, psychological
catastrophic significance of it.
- An Addenda by Rose presenting a discussion of his
personal contacts with the Velikovskys and then turns to analyse
ancient calendars that indicate the 12th Egyptian dynasty must
be moved closer to the present by over 1000 years.
- An Appendix
of over 100 pages in which Rose presents for the first time, the
full, verbatim discussion carried on between Velikovsky and his
critics at the AAAS symposium. This is of major historical importance
since it exists in print nowhere else.
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