Friday, 11 March 2011

Immanuel Velikovsky & The Electromagnetic Universe

I finally finished the Velikovsky talk that was recommended to me. It's from 1966 and his heavy Hebrew accent isn't an easy listen coupled with the eerie music unnecessarily added to the background. The melodrama was why I turned it off the first time round, but I completed it and it's worth paying attention to, particularly if like me you've been spending time looking at polar shift topographical projections. Japan doesn't come off well in any of the scenarios I've seen thus far. Neither does Bangkok in some but then I'm almost sure nobody really knows how planet Earth really rolls. Increasingly so  with respect to to the consensual and peer reviewed science mafia who vigorously rejected Velikovsky.