By Herbert Edgar Douglass
Herb Douglass . was once an eyewitness of hte drama surrounding the book of questions about Doctrine in 1957 . . . Now an elder statesman in Adventism, (he) stocks his own studies and insights into the background of QOD . . . No learn of the QOD tale is whole with out Douglass's point of view. during this quantity Dr. Douglass has set forth sturdy proof facing 7th Day Adventist Church historical past within the Nineteen Fifties. He used to be there whilst the occasions occurred . . due to this, his distinct account has specific worth It has the authority that is going with being an 'eyewitness'.
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This technique offers two valuable advantages in quantitative analysis with an electron microprobe over the more commonly used EDS technique (Reed, 1993; Williams, 1987). The first of these is the lower limit of detectability; with WDS this is frequently below 100 parts per million for certain elements, which is much lower than the level that can be reliably detected with EDS. Second, the WDS spectral resolution is literally an order of magnitude greater than that of EDS (14eV vs. 142 eV for Mn Ktx FWHM).
It looks similar to samples collected in 1983, 1985, 1987, and 1989. When the artificial varnish was placed in the field, there was a relatively rapid reduction in manganese. Then, concentrations settled down. Presumably, the quick loss of about 15% of the manganese was from leaching of unadsorbed manganese. Concentrations stabilized, however, after four years. Sodium and magnesium appear to be slowly leached, while potassium and calcium slowly builds in concentration. Iron, aluminum, silica, and sulfur remain relatively stable in their abundance.
All rock coatings that are not subaerial manganiferous varnishes should be avoided. Only subaerial manganiferous varnishes change their layering patterns with respect to climatic changes. Vamishes formed in rock crevices and too close to the ground surface are influenced by local microenvironment. Varnish should be sampled from positions where varnish first starts to grow. Ongoing studies of historical rock engravings and faced stones reveal that colonization occurs first in specific types of places on different lithologies.