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Sirfiroth
You still trying to re-adjudicate the findings of the Mueller dossier? Still trying to make chicken salad out of chicken shit? My heart goes out to you, you poor deluded individual.
Forum: Global Village
5 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Eddie, Trump nNot so much Alinsky, but more Sun Tzu's 'Art of War'. Not only is it applicable to military tactics, it is also applicable in business tactics, legal strategy and beyond. Hence the saying: If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat.
Forum: Global Village
6 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey engbren, Evidently the solution for problem 48 were too complex to write in the papyri and must have been administered orally. Actually 64/81 multiplied by the Eye of Horace 63/64 = 1/2 + 1/6 + 1/9 = 7/9 Problem 10 is not all that different from ((8/9)d)^2, it essentially doubles the area of the circle as the surface area of the hemispherical basket or semi-cylindrical basket. Using pr
Forum: Mysteries
7 days ago
Sirfiroth
engbren 7/9 = 1/2 + 1/6 + 1/9 7/9 x d^2 = 63/81 x d^ it is a simple reduction by the number 9, 63/7 = 9, 81/9 = 9 and is actually nothing like 64/81 d^2 = 8/9 x d^2, but only infers the possibility since there are no written instructions for problem #48 making everything concerning problem 48 speculation. There is always a possibility, but other than problem 48 there are no other exampl
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
Sirfiroth
Barr knows more about the law than any of the democrat committee idiots in congress. Do you really think the Supreme Court is going to tell Barr to break the law? Devastating: Liberal Law Professor Clinically Dismantles Democrats' Contempt Case Against Barr Jonathan Turley says this is "the weakest possible contempt claim," warning that pursuing it will damage the House, not the a
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
Sirfiroth
Maybe you, Jerry Nadler and the democrats in committee are just ignorant of the law to realize a law passed by congress, Rule 6,2B which prohibits the release of Grand jury proceedings. Everything else in the Muller dossier has been released. Like you, Jerry Nadler is so damn ignorant of the law he doesn't realize the subpoena is asking Barr to break the law. Maybe you, Nadler and the other demo
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
Sirfiroth
Russia, India and China's climatologist all agree with Spencer's assessments, dismissing NASA's doom and gloom as nothing more than bought and paid for political rhetoric. I’ll see your 97 percent, and raise you 3 percent. I don’t think even you realize your patently ignorant statements on the subject are having the opposite effect of your intent. Jacob
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
Sirfiroth
8. LOL
So typical of you, more climate doom and gloom BS instead of addressing real problems. You can read all about it here: A time series comparison between monthly Tsfc and LT anomalies shows warming in both, with a Tsfc warming trend of +0.21 C/decade, and and a satellite LT trend of +0.18 C/decade: Jacob
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16 days ago
Sirfiroth
I accidentally clicked on your post and now feel I must respond. The article you posted from 538 was nothing more than your usual trash article from your usual sources. It comes as no surprise you’re wrong once again Ray! Are you aware that this is the United States of America and Constitutional law states everyone is afforded the presumption of innocence until proven guilty? By law it is not a
Forum: Global Village
26 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi engbren, Quite possibly you are still trying to understand what they did with our terms. The use of decimals furtively color everything we do, by eliminating decimals you will find the landscape very intriguing. If E is to equal 1-1/9 it would have been written as E = 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/18 as shown in problem 10. We write as 8/9^^2 = 64/81 and 64/81 would have been written as 1/2 + 1/6 + 1/9 + 1
Forum: Mysteries
27 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi engbren, Problem #48 in unit fractions: 9^2 = 81 diameter squared Proper fractions to unit fraction decompositions given in the Rhind Papyrus' 2/n table.\ 7/9 = 1/2 + 1/6 + 1/9 :. d^2 x 1/2 + 1/6 + 1/9 = A 81---1/2 = 40 1/2 81---1/6 = 13 1/2 81---1/9 = 9 40 1/2 + 13 1/2 + 9 = 63 or it could be: 7/9 = 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/36 :. d^2 x 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/36 81---1/2 = 40 1/2 81
Forum: Mysteries
29 days ago
Sirfiroth
“Thoughts from a hipster coffee shop…” Alyssa Ahlgren wrote: We live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous nation and we’ve become completely blind to it. Vehicles, food, technology, freedom to associate with whom we choose. These things are so ingrained in our American way of life we don’t give them a second thought. We are so well off here in the United States that our poverty l
Forum: Misc.
4 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
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Forum: Global Village
4 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Dang Race, don't tell Ray, he is hilariously funny. He thinks we aren't smart enough to realize the dems don't want the illegals congregated in sanctuary cities. They're trying to swing the vote in red border states and the and the solid republican southeast states. Jacob
Forum: Global Village
4 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Bill Weld was Gary Johnson's VP running mate for the libertarian party in the 2016 election. Jacob
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, What is the significance to the Ancient Egyptians of 1069 1/5 feet, other than it being the diagonal of G1's 756 foot base, that caused the ancient Greeks and Romans took an interest and adopted these measures? Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Please guys no spoilers my copy is not here yet. Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, Do your calculations prove the Greeks and Romans help the Egyptians design the Giza Complex? Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > and this isn't the wild west, Jacob. > > It's the United States, and we're governed by > laws. > > Have you totally forgotten your Tea Party > Constitutional principles? > > Any one in the world can enter the United States > most any way seeking asylum, and that person must >
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi All, White House officials floated sending immigrant detainees to sanctuary cities to get back at Democrats Contrary to the premise of the article I don't see this a any form of retribution. We know it is a given the Sanctuary Cities want and protect illegal aliens. It is a win win situation. Jacob
Forum: Global Village
5 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
DavidK, If you bothered to study and comprehend Ancient Egyptian mathematical methods and processes you would realize your claimed cubit of 20.740740740r is pure bovine excrement. Saying 'x' length is 10 2/3 cubits, actually means 10 2/3 times the definite predetermined length called cubit. The cubit is a physical quantity, a unit of length that represents a definite predetermined length.
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi engbren, By conflating our methods with those of the Ancient Egyptians creates numerous misconceptions and unnecessary problems. The first problem when addressing Ancient Egyptian mathematics is the use of decimals base 10 does not and can not translate to the unit fraction methods employed by the Ancient Egyptians. The second largest is the use of angles should be a given since there is no
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Gib, Actually with the many examples it is quite evident by our standards the Ancient Egyptians could not subdivide a cubit rod with any great degree of accuracy. How would that translate to the degree of accuracy they could achieve over a span of 440 cubits? That the Ancient Egyptians intended to build the structures to the modern surveyed dimensions is a common misconception held by anyo
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, I was addressing some of the questions regarding your hypothesis. Beyond the pi problem, the Maya Sacred Round as a design factor of the Egyptian pyramids does not compute and doesn't appear to be scientifically sound procedure. Factually, the two civilizations are separated by 2000 years and the Atlantic Ocean. Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, All you need do to validate that hypothesis is prove they used pi, feet or inches and explain the significance of the number 6 1/2 for inclusion by the Ancient Egyptians in the design of the pyramid. Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi engbren, Using Petrie's figure of 20.62 +/-.01 for the cubit, 73 meters calculates to 139.3739728 cubits in decimals or roughly 1/2 the height and 7/22 the base of G1. I personally like Rainer Stadelmann take when he examined the iconography of the headdress and beard of the Sphinx and concluded the style is more indicative of the Pharaoh Khufu. But no one can really be sure. Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, you wrote:I would have certainly agreed with you but look take GP base 755.7 feet for example / 6.5 equals 116.2615 x pi makes 365.246 a coincidence ? That is exactly the point of this thread. So how do you know 755.7feet was the intended dimension of the builders? Cole's survey put the same base length at 756.25.....feet, Dash put that same length at 755.858, so which one is correc
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Warwick, Is that just another assumption which could or could not be correct? Is it wise to assume any survey dimensions to be the intended by the builders, accurate free of the inevitable building errors which always manifest on a structure the size and scope of the pyramids? The perspective of them being absolutely accurate in execution, and believing they built the pyramids to our survey
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
DavidK, All of those reams of information you speak of amount to nothing more than speculation without proof the Ancient Egyptians used the inch as a unit of measure. Geez David, let me state one more time: Because you see inherent mathematical values doesn’t automatically mean it was the intended by the Ancient Egyptians of that time. What about that statement don't you understand? A cubit
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, That may be true, but the pyramid a the Louvre has nothing to do with Ancient Egypt architects or the design parameters of G1. Jacob
Forum: Mysteries
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