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22 days ago
drew
Hi Laird A bit of a stretch, that...equating such time scales to AE evaluation and understanding, especially on such small scales as Planck-lengths, and then scaling that out to universal-sizes expanding from spent-time and perceived as distances of space-time from the first moment to the last (?). Planck length: SI units: 1.616255(18)×10−35 m Universe size (current): 93,000,000,000 light
Forum: Mysteries
25 days ago
drew
Yay Louisa! How great does it feel to actually write that? I mean, it is a great leap into such things as 'alternative understanding' that folk are not sure what to do about, and it really only comes down to putting your thoughts beyond your head in order to actually see what you think, and then see what others think about your thoughts, and then -damn it - what you think about their thoughts.
Forum: Inner Space
25 days ago
drew
Of course, my interaction in Inner Space is because I am trying to get a little bit deeper with a Mystery over on that board - besides what I try in life - so the 3 are tied in together, yeah? But what I do and how I go about writing about it is oft times incongruent with what other folks do and what they estimate about the same or similar things. And yet what I have done over on that board and w
Forum: Inner Space
27 days ago
drew
Sure is, Tom. That very act of discovering something new, whether as one's addition to the sum of their life or as an addition toward one's species and their accountable qualities, is the progress in what can be achieved in a life time...the individual's and the species' lifetime. And we sure aren't the same kind of folk we were a hundred thousand years ago, nor ten thousand or a hundred. Folk
Forum: Inner Space
27 days ago
drew
Hang on...the concept of 'zero' did not exist before it was invented by mankind? Hmm...I like that GG...not believing in something before it was described by someone really is the point, isn't it. Even for our own personal discoveries...like the first time a child tosses and catches something and proceeds to demonstrate the ability to anyone with in reach as though it had never been done by a
Forum: Inner Space
27 days ago
drew
Well, it was a round-a-bout route. I wonder if it is possible to offer up something considerable in just a few words though...like a photo of a gourmet meal as being something you can cook just by looking at it instead of a list of ingredients, preparation guides, cooking temperature and time. I guess I could have written 'haha. I can't believe you wrote that' to GG instead of what I did ;)
Forum: Inner Space
30 days ago
drew
Hi GG. I'll try a little round-a-bout route Can you imagine the unimaginable? It seems an impossible task because as soon as you have imagined something, it has some kind of form that has taken on its own reality. A unicorn is a horse with a horn depicted most often resembling that of a narwhal's...ivory-white and a spiral to its pointy length. The unicorn is composed of two separate ident
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
drew
Hi Kaaron I would hug you if I could, after introducing you to some friends of mine, but I realize I already tried that and you didn't like it. You introduced yourself to folk in here with who you are and subsequently found that folk are not gullible to fanciful tales, no matter how true those tales are, and I said you should read what folk get up to before you really express yourself. A
Forum: Inner Space
5 weeks ago
drew
Just an addition to this, and as we all do with what we do as we extend our investigations in trying to understand ancient things, we either understand more atop of something previous, or something previous amounts to nought and we try again… The degrees of the top part is 43.025 but turning that into 660 ‘deg’ instead of 360 defines instead 23.46182 rather than 43.025 Earth’s current tilt
Forum: Mysteries
6 weeks ago
drew
990 hey... A post down the bottom plays with 660 parts to the circle instead of 360, and I asked about a circle to do with your clock where your circle has c. 202" per part, while a circle of 100" per part would identify a diameter of 21,000" (using 22/7 instead of real pi)and 66,000" circumference. Does that take in G2's satellite pyramid? Or anything else? A circle of
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
41. Re: :o)
Well then...I once thought that some scientific principle to Khufu's pyramid, and possibly other pyramids in Egypt, as well as other structures in certain locations also built with some kind of scientific inclusions, were to act in concert to realign Earth's tilt so that we had better seasons across the world instead of a middle band full of greenery and poles full of cold. But that was put to
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
For the 440, I also have the 140 tied in. The simplicity
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
No matter...the fun you had in defining the numbers is just that...fun. Considering when the pyramid was built, there is no way they could have known that the year it was built was 'so much BCE' so your numbers work in defining either 2022 or 2025. It would have to mean 2022 or 2025 years after it was built of before it was built, being an anniversary of some kind. So no, it wouldn't be someth
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Can you check something about a measure? For your circle, having it as 660 parts instead of 360 gives up c. 202.61686" per part. Having 100" per part though gives up a diameter of c. 21,008.4525". A damn shame your circle doesn't throw up an even 21,000 for my proposal. Anyway, what does a circle of 21,0008.4525" identify on the plateau? It kind of looks like it rests
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
45. Re: :-)
Hi Hendrik Are you mixing something up a little there? Folk above and below the tropic lines can see an eclipse because it is the moon in front of the sun, and the moon doth wander a little too, old bean. If you have the moon up a bit from usual, and the sun thusly located, the moon passes in front and casts a shadow upon the Earth that is where ever the shadow will land. If the summer sols
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
46. Sheesh
When does Coincidence become an intention ? When Jacob shows up with nothing again...the third great contribution to this topic...like most of his contributions to topics these past few years. Hilarious
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
I don't think folk should place their faith in someone's reinterpretation of an observation as fact unless it actually does work. 2012 was all about the change from one cycle of time to another cycle of time, and someone decided it meant the world would end and those believing in 'the end of times' took it to mean the end of everything..silly buggers. How the heck can someone know when existen
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
I went into a very odd place with 51, beginning in 2010. I'm not sure where the topic is but a sample of it here . Turned 51 into 6. And besides the point of where you are... ...and you keep finding grand things, Dennis. Very tricky...very tricky indeed unless one was actually contributing to and accessing something deep inside us and the universe at large. lol nah. It's all about finding
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
My bad... it was 2025.2 I'll have to fix this memory one day ;)
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Hi Did you catch the latest discovery at Durrington Walls? About 1.2 mile diameter, meaning about 10 times a circle I proposed in another topic to do with identifying individual minutes of the degree for astronomical observations. This means - if it actually is what I think - that the ancients who built this played with tenth parts of a minute for their astronomy work. If, that is...
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Sorry Spacey...I didn't catch your post linked to mine. Nice obs there...and yes, it is eerie, isn't it, that we are able to define what those old buggers were up to. And we can define what a lot of old buggers were up to when we break their individual uses of measure down to common values of measure, most certainly coming from the sun's journey, the Earth's size, parts of a circle, and tim
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
It's just beautiful, mate. Yeah, I found 2160 in another topic...well, 21620 to be precise, which leads me into the following. The division of the 440 down to 7 parts of 62 6/7 units per part, and the raising of the part by 5 to 314 2/7 gives up the right angled triangle measures...3:4:5 As such, and considering the likelihood that many AE numbers were presented rounded up or down from thei
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
"And then similarly you divide your circumference not by 360, but by 360x60, which gives you units of about 6,875.477" Nah...radius of 6,875.477 when 21,600 parts to the circle is 1 part...as inches, 1 inch and 21,600" equals radius of 6,875.477"
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Hi Dennis A bit stuck for time at the mo, so just a quick post. The 660 parts to a circle instead of 360 tries to identify why 440 is important in being the pyramid's size in RC, and why 55 RC is 8 parts of 440, and 12 parts is 660. In your clock, being 12 parts to the circle, it is a scaled out version of there being 55 parts to each hour, which may have a connection to G1 as to what those
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Hi Rob Nah, width of doorway is still 100 units...it is the original 7 starting the construction, or 100 to do it in whole units. The width of the entire thing is 22/7, or times that by 100 to get 314.285714 units. There is little use in doing it all in fractions relating to 7, and better to do it scaled up to 100. As it is a simple diagram coming from radius and circumference of a circle,
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
Hi Mel Good observations there. In a previous topic about 'pi in Khufu's pyramid', I offered the 22 as a circle/sphere at 2200" radius, and showed a 30deg diagonal coming from the pyramid's base intersecting the 2200" height from base being 4400" in measure. That topic offered why the sides of the pyramid were indented a little, but folk didn't like it. In my recent topic I s
Forum: Mysteries
7 weeks ago
drew
I wasn’t sure if anyone would offer a certain direct correlation found in the diagram, but I did leave enough hints in the posts and certainly the amounts of the measures to indicate something. Taking the height of the doorway within the gateway as metres, it indicates the height of Khufu’s pyramid; taking the height of the gateway as metres nearly equals half the pyramid’s perimeter, no matte
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
drew
Before I offer some things, I'd like to ask a question. Is there an extension of 22/7 for ‘degrees’ of the circle that the ancients might have used? Did they actually divide it in 4 parts of 90deg like we do with 360 deg and right angles within? What if it were 3parts, having 660 ‘degrees’ with 220 per third and 55 per quarter of that, giving 55 per twelfth...our 30deg = their 55 deg, or 0.545
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
drew
Hi Dennis I think I may have something to add to this from my last play with a diagram and measures, but I'll have to read through your topic and posts by folk to make sure. I think there may be some play with reductions of measures AND direct measures occurring with what you and folk identify...a quick skip through to look at diagrams in this topic shows some great numbers you folk identify a
Forum: Mysteries
8 weeks ago
drew
Upside down. Add the two angles together and half the result finds 57.1 and that would have been perfect for the Bent Pyramid...except that is supposed to be about 54 1/2 deg. Well, this is what got me started in this topic...and what might as well end it.
Forum: Mysteries
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