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Wikipedia has a system and it ought to be respected. With this system you judge how much you learn from this site. Judging that way, Wikipedia is priceless. That little smear of “rotating and scaling image” should be read as—projection at an angle. Anyboy knows that projection of an image required rotation and scaling. You learn from the Wikipedia article that way without need for mud slinging. Live and let live, everybosy is happy.
I’m more concerned that after six months on the thread nobody has mentioned Ralph Ellis. The extra-ordinary vision of this man, he looked at the Orion Belt and said straight away—Gilgamesh. Legendary king of Babylon, first ever story in the human annals. This is something tremendous indeed!
Instead of scholars nit pcking and slinging mud, why don’t we come to the story?