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2 days ago
Sirfiroth
LOL, but much funnier and more informative.
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3 days ago
Sirfiroth
Warwick wrote: Dumb and Dumber ROTFLMAO, your and Ray's signatures are certainly apropos.
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3 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Robert, So what you are saying is, you like so many others have no real clue. In my 31 years of study of Ancient Egyptian mathematics I eventually came to the realization much, if not most, of the material written regarding the pyramids and Ancient Egyptian mathematics, have no actual relationship to the pyramids and Ancient Egyptian mathematics or Ancient Egypt. Given the different res
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4 days ago
Sirfiroth
Warwick wrote: It means that we are only greater than the sum of our parts if we truly respect the rights of all said parts. Maybe that is something you should try to practice instead of preaching. Warwick wrote: {i]You like to accuse anyone who disagrees with you of being an idiot. LOL, Naw, not just anyone, just you, but only when you make moronic statements! Jacob
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4 days ago
Sirfiroth
ROTFLMAO, your post deserves the 'Moronic Response of the Week' award! Dude WTF does"Some people are tired of being characterised, patronised, terrorised and marginalised" even mean? No I don't need a 30 round magazine to kill a deer. Fact is I don't even hunt, but I like to be just as well or better armed than any thugs breaking into my house! Think of it as insurance, it is better
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4 days ago
Sirfiroth
I keep asking this question, but on one will answer why does the left blame the cop when he shoots a criminal, but blames the gun when a criminal shoots someone else?
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5 days ago
Sirfiroth
You wrote: As shown so many times before, the number system that G1's height is based on is 729 x 792 = 577368 729 + 792 x 24 = 36504" = the perimeter of G1 via sockets How do you know it is not as simple as the inverse of the rational value for the square root 3, 56/97 = 0.577319587 multiplied by 10,000?
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5 days ago
Sirfiroth
Dennis, I have no problem with your use of inches in calculations. My question is how do you know your starting figure of 5773.68" is correct. Jacob
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5 days ago
Sirfiroth
LOL, It's OK if you wish to play dumb. You wrote: Online calculators give it as 91609575 ft / 3.1416 = 29160 note previous use of the 2916 number Please demonstrate how that figure is it connected to ancient Egypt! You may now continue to delude yourself.
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6 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi BC, Some might want to take notes on this talk as it just might help to explain the purpose of cubit rods. It does go a long way in explaining why there are different subdivisions other than the standard 7 palm 28 digit cubit which are not necessarily of foreign origin. Jacob
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6 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Dennis, On line calculators provide results based on data entered. You are familiar with the concept of GIGO! The fact is the results will be different using Glen Dash figures for G1. So I'll ask again which one is correct? And how do you know? Jacob
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7 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Robert, In order to establish veracity to your claims how would you reconcile your use of pi and decimals and feet with the known methods and unit fraction mathematics of Ancient Egypt? Thanks in advance, Jacob
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8 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Dennis, Kings Chamber volume in cubits provides the following: width 10 cubits x length 20 cubits x height 11 3/7 cubits = volume of 2285 5/7 cubits, which is 16,000 /7 cubits, 16000 palms and 64,000 digits. Jacob
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9 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Lee, The mathematics is my primary area of interest. Secondary is the Sumerian cultures and the mathematical information that seems to have been traded back and forth between the two civilizations. One of the more fascinating aspects is the Sumerian 6 x 60 x 60 x 60 subdivisions of a circle which seems to be part of that shared information. The Royal Egyptian cubit and Kings Chamber measure
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10 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Lee, Very simple, pi, phi, decimals and angles are our methods and are incapable of revealing the intended fractional components of the structures. Egyptian unit fraction mathematics, are relatively simple once the operational process is understood. In mathematical study of Ancient Egypt would it not be reasonable to employ their methods of unit fractions, seked, cubits and the ‘Ey
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11 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hello Stephen, Welcome to the board. You presented a great deal of information in a very impressive but complex presentation. Perhaps a bit too complex for the known simple mathematical methods of the Ancient Egyptians. Please don't misunderstand their simple methods could produce relatively complex results. Given in the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus Ahmes states: “Correct method of reckoning, fo
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14 days ago
Sirfiroth
ROTFLMAO! Mr. Roberts, when you say:"The Troll is strong in this one..." I can only surmise you are looking in a mirror.
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18 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Pete, Evidently Brian is a Walt Whitman fan. It's well known that "O Captain! my Captain!" is Whitman's lament over the untimely assassination of Abraham Lincoln in 1865. Jacob
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18 days ago
Sirfiroth
LOL, Deep Blue said 42. HAL does not enter this picture.
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19 days ago
Sirfiroth
What is the answer to life, the universe and everything?
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20 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Hendrik, Just Saying! Thanks to documented evidence of the Egyptians' use of sundials, most historians credit them with being the first civilization to divide the day into smaller parts. The first sundials were simply stakes placed in the ground that indicated time by the length and direction of the resulting shadow. As early as 1500 B.C., the Egyptians had developed a more advanced s
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21 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Pete, For the Record: In a text to Lisa Page It was Peter Strzok texted his own handicap of the Russia evidence: “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.” So the FBI agents who helped drive the Russia collusion narrative — as well as Rosenstein’s de
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22 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hi Jim, I am not going to argue or tell you you're wrong. If that is what you wish to believe it's o.k. Since ultimately it will come down to what you can prove to be true and correct. Jacob
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22 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Hendrik, I think you might be surprised at what the Ancient Egyptians could do! I will let you know when this information is published. Jacob
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22 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Steve, Temperatures of dung-fueled fires in an experiment on Egyptian village-made dung cake fuel produced a maximum of 640 degrees C in 12 minutes, falling to 240 degrees C after 25 minutes and 100 degrees C after 46 minutes. These temperatures were obtained without refueling and without bellows etc. Not very useful for melting metals. With all due respect Steve, I have better things t
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22 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Hendrik, You wrote: 38,016,000÷21600=1760×3=5280×12=63360÷4sides=15840÷440=36. Pure speculation unless you can prove the Ancient Egyptians were cognizant of the inch, foot used in conjunction with the cubit. FYI, No need to present Jacob with anything, he has known and can prove the exact length of the original cubit measuring rod for the last two years. Jacob
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22 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Steve, Not all fires in Ancient Egypt were wood fires. <; Dry dung fuel Dry animal dung was used from prehistoric times,[13] including in Ancient Persia[10] and Ancient Egypt. In Equatorial Guinea archaeological evidence has been found of the practice[14] and biblical records indicate animal and human dung were used as fuel. Jacob
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23 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Hendrick, A good common sense approach. I am curious as to how much of what you said can be proven? Jacob
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23 days ago
Sirfiroth
Hey Mark, That is actually one of the problems. Our system of decimals can get close but is clumsy at expressing the fractional values of the Ancient Egyptians. In the decimal system the rounding process creates a minute difference and has the ability to obscure the fractional concepts inherent to any unit of measure in the ancients system. A digit length of 0.737 is close, but as they say, no
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