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15 years ago
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Tom: Yes...it does have something to do with the Sun, but you have to tell me what it is...of course it matters. Best. Clive
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15 years ago
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Tom: Why did Methusala live to be 969 years old? Answer that correctly and you are on the right track. Best of the best. Clive
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16 years ago
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Peter: One must be carefull when analysing writings of this era. Many included codes for those with understanding...proving that the author was most knowageable. Manetho was a brilliant individual who respected life...especially his own. If you are aware of astronomy and basic math then you will see what this writer was teaching us...and hiding from the religious sector. 5813 years changed to da
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14 years ago
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C A: Yours...There is some kind of moral to this story, but I don't know what it is: ...God hears all...you don't need a microphone !!
Forum: Misc.
14 years ago
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Jaimi: From House call The company states..."While Trend Micro's product ad campaigns and marketing materials may be viewed by children, we do not generally target children as customers or solicit data from them. " Be careful with your downloads Jaimi...I'll stick with Ad-aware and Spy Doctor. Ahatmose...download Ad-aware and run it through about 4-5 times...until you are content wit
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12 years ago
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Thanks Fuzzy, but I need pen and paper calculations/confirmation from anybody on board. Best. Clive
Forum: Science & Space
12 years ago
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T Bird: No mystery...Venus came from the same source as the moon Io. But Io is much-much younger than Venus (in the millions of years maximum...not billions). Astronomers have been scratching their heads for more than twenty years to come up with a new theory. They knew something was wrong with the nebular theory before the first satellite/probe was sent to Venus. The probes are only confirming
Forum: Science & Space
12 years ago
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Terzan: The "Moon's horns" (angle of tilt of the quarter Moon) is not due to Earth being above or below the Sun's equator.; it is you, the observer, being carried around Earth on its 23.43 degrees angle. In the summer months Earth is tilted 23.5 toward the Sun and the quarter Moon you observe is the illuminated surface that is parallel to the Sun's equator. Therefore the Moon will app
Forum: Science & Space
12 years ago
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Studying the closest three planets orbiting the Sun. Mercury 87.966 days Venus 224.701 days Earth 365.256 days Setting: Earth is 33.67 degrees ahead of Venus in orbit. Questions: 1) How many degrees must Venus travel to catch up to and align with Earth? 2) How many Earth days will this require? 3) How many orbital degrees will Mercury travel in the days calculated? Note: All calculations use &q
Forum: Science & Space
12 years ago
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Hi everyone: I am searching for a graduate astronomer to verify some calculations. The math is simple, but it must be confirmed by an external source. Any interested "professional" star buffs out there willing to give it a crack? If not...does anybody know of one? Best. Clive
Forum: Science & Space
16 years ago
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Sorry fellas: I'm off to the other side of USA in a few days. Driving FROM Toronto through the lower states ...Grand Canyon and all... Total trip will be for three to four weeks. Don't know what I'm going to do without my companion..."the computer". Hope we can get together at another time...sounds interesting. Have a tall one for me...Canadian brew is good for the soul !! Best of the
Forum: Global Village
16 years ago
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Jaimi: Okay...you can count me in, but three weeks in September may already be booked...don't have the exact dates yet. What weeks are you considering? Sounds like a lot of fun...tickets are $50.00 each...but only a buck if you pre-book (pays for the coffee cup). Do you think other members on other boards may also be interested? Clive Life is not short....it is eternal. It is we who have the
Forum: Global Village
10 years ago
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To all: For more than a century we have been restricted to the measures of the Giza site as recorded by archeologists of that time. However, today we are blessed in having the full capability of precise measure using the renowned Google Earth program free to all who have Internet access. I am asking those who are interested to assist in compiling latitude/longitude measures using Google Earth, a
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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What caused Earth's precessional "wobble" in the first place? You have posted three examples of growth and one of contraction...which direction are you and Earth going? Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Laird: The problem with this plaque is obvious...it was designed by scientists...not average individuals. Notice the man and woman...anything missing? Giza got it right: G1...greatest volume of the three...represents man. G2...10% less volume but most adorable of the two...represents woman. G3...Balance of the volume and 50% height of the two larger...(child is 50% of adult height at two years
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Answer to last weeks question: See There is a site in Egypt that provides us with the following measures; they are accurate to several decimal places using a standard cubit ruler. I asked if any could resolve the mathematical relationship between each. The values of radius length are not the important issue as Ogygos discovered; it is the ratio between each that provides the answers. The result
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Jim: I find from one of my old drawings...ceiling of G3's descending as 2 units above base and 3 units below [22.9...34.4] total length 57.3 Rc. I could be mistaken and Petrie leaves us in the dark (pun)...check Perring's notes for greater detail. Best. Clive
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11 years ago
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Laird: Another view of yours: Given the opportunity to leave a message for the future to understand...what language would you choose to express your gained knowledge? Answer correctly and you have resolved your dilemma. BTW...it's an excellent question. Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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SC: Petrie would turn in his grave if he saw that presentation...! It's an embarrassment to those who take the AE culture and their achievements seriously. Stick to the given...don't alter or assume anything in your work...and...if you discover a mathematical relationship then you had better find a duplicate...because one of a kind does not fly in today's world like it did in yesteryear's worl
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Warwick: Yours: "...reinforcing the power of the King, while at the same time providing something that would Blow the mind of any visiting functionary from another land. Mendelsohm suggested that the pyramids were Egypt's Roosevelt Roads..." You are repeating another individual's theory...no proof of the above whatsoever. Yours: "...you copuld have had the decency to post the qu
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Charly: If my memory serves me correctly...I believe your #1 is quoted by I. E. S. Edwards as being a body from the early Roman Empire period. The others are of no concern...after the 4th dynasty. Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Sheeech...!
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Sorry Derek...no dinner for you tonight...bread and water only. Best. Clive
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11 years ago
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Stephen: You are correct...precession is not involved. Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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I will post the correct answers as they are discovered. Simple math only...astronomy not required. The first of many answers is: #1 goes to Ogygos Ratio of the two angles provided is 83.91/52.64 = 5/pi.
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Stephen: Were actually measured with "ease" to four decimal places, but rounded off to two. Your answers should be within 4-5 thousandths of true mathematical number that is normally produced by a scientific calculator. Good to know you are getting results...not that difficult is it? Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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The diagram that follows is extracted from a well-known ancient Egyptian site. The measures are guaranteed precise and have a mathematical relationship to each other. The challenge is for Egyptologists, their followers and alternates alike to find the relevance of each measure. Also the curious are welcome to give it a try. Clue…use simple math. Good luck and await your posted answers. Best.
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Warwick: From mine: "...Are you implying that these structures were built for multiple reasons?" From your answer: "...yes..." Mine: Excluding anything relating to death and the afterlife, what were the other reasons for constructing pyramids relating to the Step onward to Dejedefre's northern? Yours: "...yes..if you can quote one , please do...." Mine: See Petr
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Ogy: You may have noticed my callous attitude toward others on these chat sites...it's because of the disproved yet constantly referred to dogma and repeated rhetoric from repeat individuals. Perhaps I am falling into the same trap that Egyptologists did from years past…I should restrain my frustrations and show more patience…maybe in the New Year. I respect the direction you are coming from wi
Forum: Mysteries
11 years ago
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Lee: Yours: "...The most prominent line at Giza is the Lehner line. .." See illustration 2 at Best. Clive
Forum: Mysteries
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