On the Primaeval Ocean

653 has been drawn as well to another myth in which the Primaeval Ocean
attempts to win the favour of a goddess with the aid of its crocodile familiars , 652
and to the prominent part which it has in various events narrated in the Book of
the ...

Author: Mark Smith

Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press

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Category: Philosophy

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On the Primaeval Ocean provides an edited text of a series of ancient Egyptian fragments written in Demotic script in the first half of the 2nd century AD, on the subject of the origins and nature of the cosmos.

Brigham Young University Studies

On the Primaeval Ocean , fragments 5 , 8 , in Smith , On the Primaeval Ocean ,
194 - 95 . 54 . On the Primaeval Ocean , fragments 6 – 8 , in Smith , On the
Primaeval Ocean , 195 . 55 . On the Primaeval Ocean , fragments 9 – 11 , in
Smith , On ...

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LIFE

The IGY discovery that considerable heat is given off at some mid-ocean ridges
seems to support this theory. Moving under the thin ocean ... A primeval ocean
covered this crust, which enveloped the globe. Later, fissures opened up in the ...

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Some Specimens of a Work on the Principles of Chemistry

ON THE FIRST GENERATION OF SALTS , ETC. , IN THE PRIMEVAL OCEAN ,
WITH A FEW REMARKS ON THE ... of its particles at the bottom of the sea , it may
be objected that salts are not only found in the ocean and other waters , but also
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Author: Emanuel Swedenborg

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The Mysteries of the Ocean

The primeval saltness and maritime origin of Lake Baikal are put beyond doubt
by the presence of seals and other marine animals which have not ceased to
inhabit its waters , though they are gradually becoming fresh . * The proportion of
 ...

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The Mysteries of the Ocean Translated Edited and Enlarged by W H Davenport Adams New Edition Revised

The primeval saltness and maritime origin of Lake Baikal are put beyond ' doubt
by the presence of seals and other marine animals which have not ceased to
inhabit its waters , though they are gradually becoming fresh . * The proportion of
 ...

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The Mysteries of the Ocean Translated Edited and Enlarged from the French by the Translator of The Bird W H D avenport A dams With 130 Illustrations by W Freeman and J No l

29 able ; for instance , that of the Black Sea is but half that of the ocean ; the same
is the case with the lakes . ... The primeval saltness and maritime origin of Lake
Baikal are put beyond doubt by the presence of seals and other marine animals ...

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The New Jerusalem Magazine

... mathematical calculations , is the theory , that salts had their origin in the
depths of a primeval ocean , in the interstices ... and in fact from the breaking up
of its particles at the bottom of the sea , it may be objected that salts are not only
found ...

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Includes Journal of the Massachusetts Association of the New-Jerusalem Church, 94th to 127th Meeting, 1877-93.

The Geological Magazine Or Monthly Journal of Geology

In other words , I do not see how there could be any boiling or swelling up
sufficient to form land above the surface of the ocean . If then there was no land in
this primeval ocean for denudation to act upon , what was it that first disturbed the
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Naval Research Reviews

... vents in the primeval ocean , is a bit scientific serendipity resulting from
research supported by the Oceanic Biology Program of the Office of Naval
Research ( ONR ) to better understand the environmental limitations to life in the
ocean .

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The Sea and Its Living Wonders

They are so very common in our waters , that in many places the sea - bottom is
literally paved with them . The primeval ocean likewise swarmed with sea - stars ,
which however did not move about freely like ours , but were affixed like flowers ...

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Hydrology of South Africa

Some similar current - an ocean current - four thousand feet in depth , at the very
least , must have formed this . A new current in the primeval ocean , or an old
current , with a new direction given to it — a current diverted , it may be , by what
is ...

Author: John Croumbie Brown

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Enchoria

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Summarized Proceedings and a Directory of Members

The first precipitates from the waters of the primeval sea must have contained
oxidized compounds of most of the heavy ... A. Winchell thus refers to this
primeval ocean and the precipitation of silica : “ The liberated silica would
separate and ...

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Land sea and sky or Wonders of life and nature tr from the Germ Die Erde und ihr organisches Leben of H J Klein and dr Thom by J Minshull

perhaps the absence of islands , we see now the results of the sea soundings
carefully indicated , and the lines of equal depth ... On one hand the primeval
ocean , ever on the watch to steal a march upon its foe , ruthlessly destroying
every ...

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Narrative Literature from the Tebtunis Temple Library

It belongs to Type 1 in the typology of John Tait,"4 and it is now generally known
among the Tebtunis specialists as the 'Nun hand' after the treatise On the
Primaeval Ocean which is written in this hand (Nun being the name of the
primeval ...

Author: K. S. B. Ryholt

Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press

ISBN: 8763507803

Category: Social Science

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This book presents ten narrative texts written in the demotic script and preserved in papyri from the Tebtunis temple library (1st/2nd century AD). Eight of the texts are historical narratives which focus on the first millennium BC. Four concern prince Inaros, who rebelled against the Assyrian domination of Egypt in the 7th century, and his clan. One is about Inaros himself, while the other three take place after his death. Two other narratives mention Necho I and II of the Saite Period. The story about Necho II is particularly noteworthy, since it refers to the king as Nechepsos and, for the first time, provides us with the identity behind this name. Nechepsos is well supported as a sage king in Greek literary tradition, above all, in relation to astrology. Of the two final historical narratives, one belongs to the cycle of stories about the Heliopolitan priesthood and the other concerns the Persian occupation of Egypt in the 5th or 4th century. The volume further includes a prophecy

Studia biologica Hungarica

SYNTEIESIS OF BUILDING BLOCKS AND POLYMERS ON THE PRIMAEVAL
EARTH Existing geological and astronomical data ... Instead of the slowly
changing, homogeneous conditions of the primaeval ocean, the periodical
changes in the ...

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The Johns Hopkins University Circular

The food - supply of marine animals consists of a few species of microscopic
organisms which are inexhaustible and the only source of food for all the
inhabitants of the ocean . an . The supply is primeval as well as inexhaustible ,
and all the ...

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Includes University catalogues, President's report, Financial report, registers, announcement material, etc.

General Theory of Evolution

Previously it had been considered that the proper conditions for the abiogenic
synthesis had appeared in the immense solution of the primaeval ocean " . More
recent theories , however , emphasize the role of factors like sediments of the ...

Author: Vilmos Csányi

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Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life

The possibility that the primeval ocean was basic in character has also been
discussed (Abelson, 1966). In this case, the water from the erosion of basic
regions of the Earth's crust must have changed the pH value. In today's oceans,
the pH ...

Author: Horst Rauchfuss

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540788239

Category: Nature

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How did life begin on the early Earth? We know that life today is driven by the universal laws of chemistry and physics. By applying these laws over the past ?fty years, en- mous progress has been made in understanding the molecular mechanisms that are the foundations of the living state. For instance, just a decade ago, the ?rst human genome was published, all three billion base pairs. Using X-ray diffraction data from crystals, we can see how an enzyme molecule or a photosynthetic reaction center steps through its catalytic function. We can even visualize a ribosome, central to all life, translate - netic information into a protein. And we are just beginning to understand how molecular interactions regulate thousands of simultaneous reactions that continuously occur even in the simplest forms of life. New words have appeared that give a sense of this wealth of knowledge: The genome, the proteome, the metabolome, the interactome. But we can’t be too smug. We must avoid the mistake of the physicist who, as the twentieth century began, stated con?dently that we knew all there was to know about physics, that science just needed to clean up a few dusty corners. Then came relativity, quantum theory, the Big Bang, and now dark matter, dark energy and string theory. Similarly in the life sciences, the more we learn, the better we understand how little we really know. There remains a vast landscape to explore, with great questions remaining.