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5 years ago
Polyfreak
Thanks for the handy link JonnyMcA Have a nice day :)
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 years ago
Polyfreak
The context will be provided shortly. Have a nice day :)
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 years ago
Polyfreak
'NASA Space Recordings Of Earth' Our Universe Is Not Silent~ Although space is a vacuum, this does not mean there is no sound in space. Sound does exist as electromagnetic vibrations. The specially designed instruments on board the Voyager and other probes, picked up and recorded these vibrations, all within the range of human hearing (20-20,000 cycles per second). Under Pressure
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 years ago
Polyfreak
greengirl5 wrote: > I nearly put it here, but thought it might rather be a natural > phenomenon than supernatural. > > Gg. Sounds legit.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
6 years ago
Polyfreak
I don't follow any particular religion as such and cannot speak for others. I personally think it is wrong to create systems that are parasitic, disguising their intended outcome by one means or another is nothing short of fraud. The video you posted of John Shelby speaking was refreshing. With regards God forbidding such a sin, I guess its down to you to ask God what God thinks. I would pref
Forum: Inner Space
6 years ago
Polyfreak
Echoes wrote: > We're the original astronauts irradiated? if so how much? How > dangerous is it? Did any of them die of cancer? > > I don't believe one way or the other about the moon landing but > was just curious. > > I find it odd that they want to go to Mars when we haven't been > back to the moon, surely it would make more sense to keep going > there, make sure
Forum: Science & Space
6 years ago
Polyfreak
Lowelldw64 wrote: > Hi Doubters, > > If science is right then a vacuum being lighter than > helium should work to raise balloons right? Well why dose this > not work? Please explain and teach me oh great ones! > Hello Lowell How you doing? This is an interesting question. In theory if we had a material which was lighter than air and was capable of forming structure
Forum: Science & Space
6 years ago
Polyfreak
Origyptian wrote: > Lowelldw64 wrote: > > > Edited Added: The Balloon test is a test in a van and a > balloon > > is tied to floor, when the van accelerates forward the > balloon > > also goes forward not backward like a pendulum. > > The helium in the balloon is less dense and lighter than air. > When you accelerate the van, the air within the vehicle g
Forum: Science & Space
6 years ago
Polyfreak
6 years ago
Polyfreak
Remedios wrote: > Of course it took a very long time to evolve. That's not my > point. > > My point is that the eye evolved the same ways REPEATEDLY, as > if there were an underlying blueprint for eyes involved. How > can "accidental" mutations take the same rout over and over > again if there wasn't some kind of blueprint? I think we need to move past the poin
Forum: Science & Space
6 years ago
Polyfreak
What it's like to see the Earth from orbit
Forum: Science & Space
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Polyfreak wrote: The information being conveyed is math and myth, though they are one and the same if you allow that Greek myth is pretty much Geometri. Origyptian wrote: "Myth" implies a reference to something ancient. If the AEs were talking about myth, they were talking about something that happened in times far more ancient than their own. And since myths are typically conside
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Polyfreak wrote: Hello Ori You could try thinking of these as early forms of graphic design. Origyptian wrote: On what basis should we do so? If that is symbolism, then such symbolism runs rampant throughout all of their graphics up and down the Nile. In that case, how can we possibly know their true intentions? And what are the rules for making such stretches in interpretation rather than
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Origyptian wrote: > Polyfreak wrote: > > > Merrell wrote: > > > > > Origyptian wrote: > > > > > > > Honestly, from my perspective, a light bulb is a far more > > > > credible explanation. > > > > > > Why don't you try considering the matter from the > perspective > > > of an Egyptian living in the Ptole
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Merrell wrote: > Origyptian wrote: > > > Honestly, from my perspective, a light bulb is a far more > > credible explanation. > > Why don't you try considering the matter from the perspective > of an Egyptian living in the Ptolemaic era? What I sea is a series of expanding circles emanating from a point of origin. Not a bulb, though they share the same form.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
It is a mathematical treatise, written for humans.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Origyptian wrote: > Polyfreak wrote: > > > I wonder if this flaring ever caused problems when drilling, > > before they reached the intended depth? > > Unfortunately, there is zero evidence for that. Even Stocks > acknowledges there is no evidence of any such drill having been > used on stone in ancient times. Hello Ori Did you respond to the correct post?
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Archae. which thread did you post a picture of a worker drilling stone, line drawing from the Tomb of Ti. Or could you post the image again for me please? Having a hard job finding it amongst the many posts.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Jon Ellison wrote: > An expanding drill bit. Drilling an expanding hole.. > How could it have been removed from the hole?? > > The other photos show similar dimensions. Depends on the depth, and how badly the copper tube had buckled.. You might need to cut a channel or two so that the buckle can be straightened and the tube removed. I wonder if this flaring ever caused problems wh
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Audrey wrote: > Polyfreak wrote: > > > > Hello Audrey > > > > Given the intended use of an Obelisk, stationary standing > > stone; I personally cannot see a need for any strength gained > > from using a singular piece of stone. > > They were not load bearing and had no torsional forces on > them. > > I have heard it claimed, they were siz
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Hello Ori I will try and answer your question. It will take me at least a few days to put some thing together. At the least, it should make for interesting discussion. In the meanwhile, I reckon the easiest way to see what is happening with the swarf / slurry is to drill a transparent material, and video. If you take into account lateral movement in the driving pole and torsional flex in the cop
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Audrey wrote: > Jon Ellison wrote: > > > Why on earth didn't they just construct a column out of > > segments. They did it elsewhere. What's the big deal with > > carving it in one piece and then having all the > transportation > > issues. Why does it need to be in one piece?? > > Does it add strength if it's in one piece? > Hello Audrey Given the
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Corpuscles wrote: > I also applaud your creative thinking! At least the thinking > is "outside the square"! > > Some things to further ponder: > > How were they intending to get this out of the hole? Excavate > the considerably more stone from around it? > > > > 1200 tons more than fully laden & fuelled 747 Jet. > > The Romans managed
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Jon Ellison wrote: We've been through all of this In numerous other threads .. Break it down into sections . Do the mathematics .. If you cannot do, or visualize mathematical formula or quantities you will never understand. That's what maths is for, it allows us to model the physical world. Helps us to avoid problems.. Math is great, maths is fun.. It's an awakening.. Without it.. Illiterate.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Jon Ellison wrote: > We've been through all of this In numerous other threads .. > Break it down into sections . > Do the mathematics .. > If you cannot do, or visualize mathematical formula or > quantities you will never understand. > That's what maths is for, it allows us to model the physical > world. > Helps us to avoid problems.. > Math is great, maths is fun..
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
"Large quantity's" of liquid Mercury. Unfortunately they don't bother to actual say how much. It could be half a litre or less.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Looks like the right hand Obelisk is just the face and has been propped up next to a complete Obelisk, which we see on the left. Could be the result of modern work, the Obelisks are definitely not in their original positions. I wonder how much of the stone work on the site is located where it was discovered.
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Sirfiroth wrote: > You say we could build these structures, so under what > circumstances could you see our current civilization devoting > resources and time for building structures like G1, G2 or Red > Pyramids? > > In your opinion, what factors, could have been important enough > to have compelled the ancient builders to devote their > resources to such monumental end
Forum: Mysteries
5 years ago
Polyfreak
Origyptian wrote: > Obviously, this is your opinion. The fact is, the Mesopotamians, > Assyrians, and Hyksos were far more advanced than Egypt for > millennia and there was no obvious diffusion of technology in > to Egypt by the method you suggested during all that time. I think Thanos has raised a few interesting points regarding the Meidum Pyramid and its relationship to Mesopota
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