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18 years ago
lone
> (4) Can't understand why there's such a hang up with the > rate of quarrying for the pyramid construction. Assuming the invention is guenuine, we know that at some point it was lost, could they have tried to continue building pyramids eventho nobody could construct the machine anymore ? Are later pyramids made of smaller blocks ? Do they look like their builders went into much more t
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Seems more to me like he's using the energy of the vacuum, but I could be totally wrong on this one. Bearden's scalar electromagnetics and Hoagland's Hyperdimentional physics both allow genereting more energy than you input, without violating conservation of energy or law of thermodynamics. scalar em even explains newton's 3rd law. I havn't looked that much into HD. According to scalar em, a sim
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Alright, I was thinking... Why is it so much of a problem for us to immagine AE had technology we don't have today ? I realized it was because of 2 main reasons. First the obvious reason, we would feel kinda stupid to have thought ourselves to be so superior to the AE. But there is more to it. In the process of doing science, we forgot that science and theories are two distinct things. Most peo
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Anthony wrote: > 2. There is serious doubt about the Mam'un account for the > entry... the level of "luck" is significantly too high for > him to have tunneled across and found the passageway. Which is why I think he did enter the pyramid by solving the first 'problem', opening the door. > 4. But lastly, I believe there is one BIG mystery left... I > have a giant di
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
> > 5)Can YOU now see a reason for building of the the GP? > > Actually, I hadn't thought about this... but THAT'S WHY I > STARTED THIS BLOODY THREAD! *highly speculaive warning* In my opinion (totally unsupported by any proof) the GP is a learning machine. It forces you to come up with new and gradually more complex solutions to very simple problems like opening the pyramid by
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Hi, I'll try not to be too technical, but logic is hard to talk about without usually boring people :) There are different kind of computer languages, mainly functionnal and symbolic. Functionnaly languages (like C/C++, Visual basic, etc) would not gain anything with a trivalent logic because those languages are (moslty) designed to address real world problems (ie: show a window, put text in it
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Interresting, very. EM theory tells us two equal opposed fields cancel out each other, but recent theories claim this is the key to control inertia, time flow, etc through interfering '0 hertz' waves composed of opposite fields (Bearden's scalar waves). So, does your machine use EMs (via magnets or antennas) in such a way that those fields overlap, interfere and change an object inertia ? Fra
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Hmm, very interresting... Thanks! Francis.jameske wrote:
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Quick infos about Basques and Guanches, The Guanches : The Basques :
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Hi, There was a show a few days ago on TLC about the Guanches tribe on the canary islands . They mummified thir dead egypt fashion, built caves as tombs. The show emphasized the mistery surrounding this people, then at some point talked about the surviving descendants of the Guanches, and points out a few unique things they have, like their 'martial art' and their 'whistled language' which enabl
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
As you say it's all a matter of context. When I redo your calculations (they'll be in meters =) I get : 913.1m / 290.65m = 3.141579 (that's the well known perimeter divided by height*2=pi) now 913.1m * Pi = 2868,58825199284020604023967327251... It's true I would recognize 3141592653 as Pi, but I don't see why I should relate 286858825 to 299792458. Should all numbers beginning with 28, 29 and
Forum: Mysteries
18 years ago
lone
Hi, This is my first post on this forum, hi everybody :) Being a computer engineer and having developped several languages, compilers and fuzzy logic systems, maybe I can shed some light on this... You don't need a revolutionnary computer design to handle Aymara logic, just like you don't need a new computer to write artificial neural networks (even fuzzier than aymara logic), the binary syste
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