> 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,
> then a perhaps more significant majority thinks
> that such an interpretation should not be ruled
> Considering this pairing alone, to the exclusion
> of all other information, would be most ideal I
> think. I also think it would be best if BOTH
> questions are asked.
> (Cellphone texting is hard)
That IS a big effort! Pity mate.
Please read the following and think carefully. (Meant to HELP!, not be mischievous.)
The test you propose is moot. This is because the self claimed "one of the worlds leading experts" Martin Sweatman, himself thinks the image you are focusing on is best described as a feline!
Try to watch just one minutes worth ( scroll ahead to 3 minute mark then watch to 4 minutes)
Prehistory Decoded - Part 5
You 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.
However, as Rebecca Bradley details very clearly in her detailed blogs!
(start here - lots of links to other related blogs)
I.E. if the thing is feline (as admitted by Martin Sweatman) and not an Ibex, it destroys Martin's own story about what Pillar 43 ( in particular the handbags ) is claimed to represent.
Are you 1 in 140 million chance you are wrong -certain? About anything?
Edit to add:
PB you have gone to considerable effort to support Martin AoM period, and help promote his work.
Could he provide the calculations of the 280 million ( post or link etc)
Can or would he confirm such detailed explanation is part of the content of his book?
Thanking you in advance!
No expert, but I reckon slim chance he would answer me! As I already have asked him twice.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 21-Aug-19 23:03 by Corpuscles.