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3 days ago
Corpuscles
yibbiddy yibbida "That's all Folks!" I will try to leave this section of the forum, so that for the remainder of the month , those of you who want to bask in and further explore fantasy , you'll have Martin all to yourselves. Thanking Martin Sweatman (sincerely) for an entertaining AoM month! Cheers
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3 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteYou will see that the con job "ranking" > of 2 is what changes Martin's degree of certainty > from chance they are representing constellations, > from 1 in 280 million chance he is wrong to 1 in > 140 million chance he is wrong. > > > > Does being wrong only once in 280 mi
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3 days ago
Corpuscles
Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Maybe it would be better to take the test to > Reddit, where others can decide, with 'fresh' > rather than trained-conditioned eyes, if it really > is reasonable OR unreasonable to consider the > pairing on the left an acceptable match. If the > answer to the second question turns out to be yes,
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3 days ago
Corpuscles
Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteSteve queried > Which of these most closely represents Chicago? > > > I suggest the donkey Steve. Thanks for asking. Why? I have some better hope of rationality from you! ( our happy clapper thinks songs do it) You as avid 21st C amateur astronomer, didn't think..... FIRST.... STAR
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Rebecca Bradley Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ….and that's it. Silence. > > But while you're here, perhaps you'd like to > discuss the headless ibex with the big square > butt? > > Could it be an ancient garlic clove crusher???? Rebecca, it is a rare privilege to have you posting here. BRILLIANT CONTRIBUTION imho! I wonder
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
PB Then, just watch Part 5! ( linked twice B4) It will change your entire perspective ! ? If not please ask WHY IT ought!
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
greengirl5 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have not got very far yet, as I have been > reading all the posts, mostly criticising the book > by some who might/might not have read it. It is on > kindle, so it is not that easy just to flick it to > have a look, but I most certainly will bear it in > mind and tell you. > I reckon as Rebe
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteWhich of these most closely represents > Chicago? > > > > My money's on the bear. > > LOL! It would help if occasionally you switched to "FLAT VIEW". Already! A cow , a bear, so far! We only need 2 more and we have 33% of the Zodiac covered . But then we can make Ca
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi PB It is not obscure to me that you tend to back the AoM to give them a clear hearing and some encouraging support. Well done, I used to do it in AoM for years too. Also I realise it must be difficult if you mainly rely on cellphone for access. But you really should watch part 4 and 5 of the youtubes to clear up what you have deceived into believing is a "subjective" analysis.
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Ray Thanks for the reply. Much clearer. drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve, > > A scientist is allowed (even required) to "guess" > and make assumptions (even outrageous assumptions) > as long as it leads to experiment. If the "guess" > is not supported by evidence, one either rejects > the guess,
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
drrayeye Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Steve, > > As I see it, Martin had a hunch that he could use > zodiac classifications to abstractly compare > symbols found at GT and on ancient cave walls--and > it worked! > > What it means is still very unclear. > > Ray Ray I am sorry I do not understand your point? It
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
Martin I thank you for the reply Martinsw1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The problem with the Collins/Hale interpretation > is that no statistical confidence estimate can be > attached to it. You will always be able to match a > given shape to some stars in the sky - which is > what thy do. It is the same as looking for shapes > in
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4 days ago
Corpuscles
hendrik dirker Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteCorpuscles > I do not agree with HD hypothesis ! > > > Venturing a guess.., I'd say you're commenting on > a comment, which itself was cropped to extent of > barely carrying meaning, never mind it's > contextual intent. > > Perhaps you were in a hurry, because a short li
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5 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- … > With no observable star as a logical companion, > perhaps it has ceased to emit light. Or is > travelling towards Sun at a speed which fits the > parameters. > > > Quotethe mystery DarkStar object to be within > our SolarSystem - closest possible to Earth.. > > > > A
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5 days ago
Corpuscles
Martinsw1 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Please see my video on YouTube that explains what > we did. It is rigourous and objectively scientific > - a proper test. My book explains it more > carefully. Martin Thank you. For the remainder of the month it would be helpful to all if you use the insert URL function (the Earth symbol in the middl
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6 days ago
Corpuscles
Martin & all I feel sure you would be familiar (perhaps not others here) with Andrew Collins and Rodney Hale's Astronomical Interpretation of Pillar 43 Even though they also presume or investigate an astronomical significance, they arrive at a very different hypothesis. I wonder if you could comment on why your interpretation is superior and what is wrong with theirs? They seem
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8 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo & Hendrik Thanks again! It has bothered me subconsciously all day! I though NO! eventually the wobble would get so fast it would be ridiculous and they say the Earth is 4 billion years old!!. We would be spun off like fairy floss (sugar candy) So I looked at the BRI site and it makes a heap of sense! . I cautiously say more sense! I was getting it then the site confirmed m
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Thanks for that. I did not realise Newcomb's formula had a built in cumulative gain component. But, it makes some sense (gravity and all that). The limited amount of variations 20,000 yrs either side of NOW seem somewhat irrelevant to the AoM topic? Especially when it is about things like rough chiselled Vultures which look to me more like the extinct Dodo birds, vague other an
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Over 1000000 years the Rate of Precession > increases by 500%. > > > Please go on! You have got me! How ? Please explain your "scientific" reasoning!
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Rebecca Bradley Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > I think these two examples will suffice, though > there are more. If your statistical results give > you confidence in identifications that are > objectively wrong, and are foundational to the > statistics, then you should perhaps give some > thought to the possibility that your method h
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > > > Would you go and laugh at retarded handicapped > > people? Or maybe regularly visit a dementia > ward, > > for such hilarity? > > This IS the GH forum isn't it mysteries? If so you > know the answer to that question! OK! Not a sensible answer that I
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
GBM Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To both Corpuscles and Lost_In_Place: > Ok, I give you that the caveman could have passed > down the information to future generations. But > how did he accomplish this? Ten generations still > represent only 1.5% of the cycle of precession. > Did the caveman invent writing? And some means to > p
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9 days ago
Corpuscles
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >... > You are also, and this is not an insult but an > observation based on viewing your 'ideas' for 13 > years, you are completely irrational, befuddled > and illogical. > ... > > Gotta chuckle.... Hans I am just as guilty. Previously worse!!!. However , in this thread I was trying to
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
GBM Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Good point for cycles that are observable within > one man's lifetime. However, for your genius > caveman to have intuitively discerned the > precession cycle, he would had have to have been > able to extrapolate the cycle from a lifetime of > observations that represent 0.1% of the cycle. > Not on
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > > QuoteEven the simple wiki article on the > subject Axial Precession is rather comprehensive > about what is known > > > > Axial Precession is unproven. "Sealing the deal" > on an unproven assumption is not scientific. As I > have endeavored to highlight, Axial
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
or ……...turn the flying pig into a horses head, and THEN, see the bloke riding said horse but turned 90deg. I am not familiar with that constellation? Where is that one in The Ancient records? It is Ok I know I must be wrong?
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10 days ago
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Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This speaks to my understanding of GTs > significance... > > "Göbekli Tepe was built by hunter-gatherers, > apparently before the Agricultural Revolution when > fully permanent settlements came into being with > plant cultivation and animal herding. Rather than > architecture being
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10 days ago
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Poster Boy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > Actually, conventional historians are the ones > who have been telling the rest of us what > pre-agricultural Man was capable of. We have been > told that these discoveries were ONLY possible > after settlement, by them. > > Talk about taking the low road. For Shermer to > a
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10 days ago
Corpuscles
Hi Barbelo I think you might be being a little disingenuous? You could and likely have looked up information about that which you ask. However Barbelo Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteThe great year is known very well with > good accuracy, as for all other motions of > Earth. > > > > Any chance that you could explain just ho
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11 days ago
Corpuscles
greengirl5 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Now I get it: Number 12 is clearly the iCloud! > > Sorry, I do not mean to make fun of somebody's > scholarly work. I have no idea who is right and > who is wrong. So, please, do not take it > seriously, anybody. I just can't help joking > sometimes, but it is not aimed AT anybody. > &g
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