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2 days ago
drew
Proof is in the experience, GG. If it happened, it has been proven, even if it happened only the one time. Folk who ignore this must accept the whole universe does not exist and is not real because there is only one of them, and it doesn't matter it is the only one 'as much as we know' because this just adds into one experience occurring 'as much as we know', and that is all it takes to prove
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drew
Hi Tom “We are just becoming affluent with the Speculation of combined parts; and now our existence is interconnected in a Holistic unitedness that defies space/time thinking.” You can learn a roadmap for a city and know how many ways there are to get from point A to point B where you have to follow the flow of areas your vehicle can travel on, over or through. But you can also use some of
Forum: Inner Space
3 days ago
drew
Warwick, have you ever looked at what the OCT estimates with the astronomy view of the Milky Way and certain stars being to the right of it when it is vertical above the horizon, and where certain pyramids and temples are located next to the Nile when being at the delta and looking south? A very nice comparison for some things, yes? Are constructions perfect with star positions? Or very clo
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
drew
See my second last post down the bottom.
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3 days ago
drew
Hi Rob I think you'll find some answers in the above post. Other answers come from astronomy firstly, and comparative measures secondly...as in Earth's rotation and orbit transferred to degrees and nautical miles or whatever someone wants to translate time, distance and angle to. Cheers
Forum: Mysteries
3 days ago
drew
6. Re: ps
Hi PB Using simple math based on our understandings of nature and its laws has to be the most basic way to understand where an origin for such understandings corrals itself, especially in one location. Egypt offers so much and was contemporaneous with Sumer, Mesopotamia, and the influences that had spread about since at least the early 6th millennium BCE. Someones brought knowledge down from a
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
I'll get back tomorrow as time has now meant I'm off to do other things. Have a good one!
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
SMILE. It would be a nice, polite way of calling someone a troll and being quite mischievous, wouldn't it? "Oh, you're such a Quilton!" ;)
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
No GG...he had a little control stick resting against an eyelid which reacted from twitches of his eye. I think it used to be a little tube he puffed into until his breathing started packing it in.
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
...said the frog in a slow-to-boil pot of water. You're being boiled alive and you think you're in a pond. Instead of loosening up, you've gotten tighter and will explode quite soon when folk start giving you one word answers because it is you wasting their time at our dinner party where we are having a grand discussion about all kinds of things while you want to complain the service is poor a
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
I've already answered that for you and everyone Warwick, and you're asking the same question again. Folk above are still asking the same question because you keep forgetting the answer that even the AEs say: recreating what they know, believe and observe into a construction in order to perform some serious business to do with their beliefs, rites and rituals. I do think it is funny that you ig
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
12. ps
Mercator Projection and normal projection...looks like the Bent Pyramid incorporated both in its design... ...and good old Khepera the scarab beetle...I wonder if that depicts MP and NP in its body. Oh well...things can be estimated for what they appear as and not mean anything at all...just like my work. Did you ever see my topic on the beams of the relieving chambers ? We had some fun w
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
Hi PB Q1: Yes, keeping the base constant. Compacting one dimension of the circle toward the other dimension is a double-edged sword: on the one hand, the width doesn't change and just the height changes, turning MP into NP to do with latitude/elevation and not altering longitude/width one bit; on the other hand, compacting the circle pushes the width out so entire area is still observed,
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
Hi Ray You know, depending on the exact height above sea level the base of the pyramid is - currently estimated at 64m - that would mean if one were at eye level 2,155" above the base, one would see 21.62nm away. I think it is quite coincidental that a void supposedly exists at about that level, and I have the winter solstice sun at midday overlaid a little higher above that point. Of
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
Might as well say medicinal cannabis is of no use until it is tested...oops. I think they did that. Long live Dennis! (sorry, thought I'd just throw that in)
Forum: Science & Space
4 days ago
drew
Interesting...and what height would you have to be in order to see 21.62nautical miles distant?
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4 days ago
drew
Hmm...okay, ratio of sphere to cube, got it, very nice. Height to stand and see how far...what if you were standing 146.7m up, and you were 5' 10" tall? How far can you see? What would all that be in nautical miles?
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
Just in case folk haven't heard about it here Now then, where, oh where did I put Princeton's studies on psi? Well, folk can look that up for themselves, and combine science studies with science toys and make your own mind up...get it? 'make your own mind up' ? Yeah, I kill me haha
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
Yes, it is...so is obtuse...as in not straight up and not even...well, the other definition is good too.
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
drew
That's all a bit cheeky, this line of thinking asking for modern structures to indicate ancient observations. And also to say that ancient structures are full of random inclusions for orientation, size, shape, how many rooms, lengths of passages, size of entire ground structure is within etc. Have you ever seen the Sydney Opera House? The tops are supposed to reference either ocean waves or ya
Forum: Mysteries
4 days ago
drew
Hi Ray Yes, you do have nice math work that does offer good results, but they are results that have to go through several transformations to get to the end point. If one were able to start off with simple things, then complex things are used to verify simple things. You like measuring in metres, which means 1 nautical mile = 1852 metres. You need 1852 in there somewhere that is solid, other
Forum: Mysteries
5 days ago
drew
Sheesh...talk about sidetracking a topic by asking questions or making statements that have already been brought up in past topics and posts. I even did one on Princeton University doing their psi experiments and you didn't like that back then, and you still don't like it now, and you will never like it because you keep going around in circles, hell bent on sticking to your pov that everyone else
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
drew
Well, it's not just the simple math associated with geometry and astronomy but also projections and scale. We have G1 as a pyramid with its height-to-base reference, and yet it is possible to compact the height down so a better observation is made toward some kind of perfect triangle where the side-angle isn't 51.whatever degrees folk like, but 45deg. This takes a sphere inside - on another to
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
drew
What do you mean lots of work ahead? Nah...lots of work has already been done and we're seeing the applications of that...put a headset of electrodes on and go fly a toy helicopter or move your computer cursor or control a robot just by thinking about it. For other folk, the extension of the mind connecting with other things is just a natural part of their day they use as that wonderful 'si
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
The stick's just a prop, Tom. The person is the one feeling the energy and has need of directing that energy to something that can be somehow influenced by the brain's deductive reasoning and expression. The hands adjust their stance a little and cause the rods to tilt this way or that and move in the hands to indicate water flow direction/s, depth, volume...data the brain can pick up but how
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
Come on you old bugger...express the concept in a little detail instead of a quick note. Like...try that little card game of matching pairs with someone where you have 5 of the same cards each, and you take turns concentrating on a card for a moment and putting it face down and the other chooses from their cards which one you selected, and puts it face down, and when all cards are down, see ho
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
Oh lol Eddie...you're setting her up to try and answer a question I have posed to her 3 times now on her topic, about thinking of someone and they call her, or she sees them somewhere while out, or she knows who is ringing before she answers. I was quite cuffed to read Joe had this in his article and yet I hadn't read it. There are quite a few more articles to read in that magazine yet, and I
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
drew
And what about melamine? All kinds of things made from it to eat food off, and folk do like to put them in the mircowave oven to reheat food, and melamine is not a good thing under heat, especially contaminating the food. A very poor choice of product to use for food ingestion.
Forum: Science & Space
6 days ago
drew
Eclipses are a very good thing to use in determining the size of the sun now and then...does the moon rest just inside the width of the sun? Just cover the sun in perfect size comparison? Easily cover the sun? What would one think if one had seen 3 different eclipses where the moon did 3 different things? Would one think the moon is the 'wanderer' or the sun the 'wanderer'? Would one thi
Forum: Mysteries
6 days ago
drew
Hi Rob Sorry I missed your post before. From what I’ve come to understand about cubit rods and there being quite the many with varying measures upon them, they are specific to nomes and temples. I’m not sure who identified it first but they noted that a rod from Upper Egypt and one from Lower Egypt had similarities and their scale on one to the other was quite perfect. It can’t be that
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