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And in fact, since the publication of Worlds in Collision, 1 have devoted myself to organising Iho evidence from geology and prehistory to supplement the literary and historical evidence of cosmic oatastrophism, and to writconcerned with the storm aroused ing Earth in Upheaval, only little by my first book.
But I found that the arguments presented in that book wore not given a careful hearing, or even reading, particularly by those who protested the loudest. Would it help to produce in still more evidence? Vll conceivable that historians will have even greater psychological difficulties in revising their views and in accepting the sequence of ancient history as established in Ages in Chaos It is quite than the astronomers had in accepting the story of cosmic catastrophes in the solar system in historical times.
Indeed, a distinguished scholar, who has followed the first draft inexpressed knows of no work from the completion of this very idea. He said that he this argument against the reconstruction of history presented here, but that psychologically it is almost impossible to change views acquired in the course of decades of reading, writing, and teaching.
The attempt world, twelve to reconstruct radically the history of the ancient hundred years in the life of many nations and king- doms, unprecedented as it is, will meet severe censure from those who, in their teaching and writing, have already deeply committed themselves to the old concept of history.
And many of those who look to acknowledged authorities for guidance will express their disbelief that a truth could have remained undiscovered so long, from which they will deduce that it cannot he a truth.
Should I have heeded the abuse with which a group of scientists condemned Worlds in Collision and its author? Unable to prove the book or any part of it wrong or any quoted document spurious, the members They of that group indulged in outbursts of unscientific fury.
When a new publisher took the book over, passed this group tried to suppress it there, too, by threats. They forced to submit who openly took an obmembers of academic faculties and thus drove many jective stand, into clandestine reading of Worlds in Collision and correspondence with its author.
The guardians of dogma were, and still are, alert to stamp out the new teaching by exorcism and not by argument, degrading the learned guild in the eyes of the broad public, which does not believe that censorship and suppression are necessary to defend the truth.
And here is a rule by which to know whether or the dismissal of a scientist and an editor FOREWORD Vi nature may seem minor matters, chronological, or paleographic but they are the fingerprints of an investigation in which the hisis vitally involved. Such tory of many nations in many generations make die reading difficult; they are of this work.
Therefore, any necessary to establish the main thesis this book cursorily will prove to be a fruitless read to attempt details are not included to undertaking.
Correct strategy requires that once a bridgehead is established it should be fortified. Is it good judgment, instead, to open a second front against a new adversary? After the publication of Worlds in Collision, a volume describing two acts of a celestial and terrestrial drama, reconstructed from the collective.Neh leh dawn ding a umleh lah, ane adawn tampen ding kitubawl ngap nalai.
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