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2 days ago
seasmith
Corpuscles Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > seasmith Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > ... > > Hah, Those two are not fooling us, > > they're the same person > > > > :>} > > > There is no need to "fool you" , as you seem to be > doing a darned good job
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3 days ago
seasmith
thinkitover Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Corpuscles Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ---- > > Open mind Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > "I wonder how many "lost high technology" > > people > >
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3 days ago
seasmith
The New Orleans of the South Pacific, Antarctica mostly below sea level "The region of Thwaites Glacier has received special attention. Several research teams have stepped up their work here in recent months. The glacier and its catchment area, the largest in West Antarctica, make a major contribution to the rise in sea level in recent years. The researchers fear that if the ice sh
Forum: Science & Space
3 days ago
seasmith
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Molder > > How atrocious !!! I think it is FB that if you do > print out their T and C to read it takes 24/27 > full pages.No doubt so nobody can claim anything > or even protest. Maybe better to have happened now > so that someone else can set a new site up. It's > so spiteful thoug
Forum: Global Village
4 days ago
seasmith
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Glass Jigsaw wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ---------------------------------- > "You may be aware that my main obsessive > question with all the huge stone buildings and > statues, all over the world, is WHY did they need > so much Mica ? It is still used on th
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5 days ago
seasmith
WVK wrote: ... "The plasticine look on some rocks in Peru, ie seem like it has been softened, but is it perhaps lots of smaller rocks coated with a small amount of artificial render?" This may explain that: >>> Real geology, and an excellent article. Thank you for posting ... For comparison, re the high-silicate composition ranges of "g
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6 days ago
seasmith
Saturn as 'Bull of Heaven' Hello Engbren, Finally had a chance to read thru the thread and did read a very early version of your paper. The "Bull of Heaven" has had a number of AKAs, as you are now keenly aware. Some that have made the most natural sense, imho, are Saturn- as original procreator in many ancient world myths, Jupiter- as the strong light who overtakes Saturn
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7 days ago
seasmith
Odd that this is the only interior picture included in the long article by A Dodson on the main Serapeum: Corpuscles wrote: charly Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The article above gives a lot of wrong > information; a more reliable source about what was > found in the Serapeum (and other bull and cow > burials) can be found h
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9 days ago
seasmith
Landing Tomorrow- Live Now:
Forum: Science & Space
9 days ago
seasmith
Chrysippus del Soli Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Gracious us! Uncle Gibby took six volumes and > thirteen years to trace the fall of Rome, and > y'all've reduced it to Gaius Julius von Badhair > and his famous salad dressing. > > We understand the urge to reductionism, but at > this level it's an event horizon, not a caesura.
Forum: History
10 days ago
seasmith
“I presume I'm suppose to be afforded something to link the Metonic Cycle to the Solar Year but I don't seem to get that much instruction from architecture because every time they get up in that range, they usually seem to have some kind of semi-sacred mandate to talk about the 18980 day cycle instead. “ >>> Hi Think, Besides the well-worn Metonic Cycle, 19 functions as a
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10 days ago
seasmith
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10 days ago
seasmith
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10 days ago
seasmith
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10 days ago
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10 days ago
seasmith
“I presume I'm suppose to be afforded something to link the Metonic Cycle to the Solar Year but I don't seem to get that much instruction from architecture because every time they get up in that range, they usually seem to have some kind of semi-sacred mandate to talk about the 18980 day cycle instead. “ >>> Hi Think, Besides the well-worn Metonic Cycle, 19 functions as a
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11 days ago
seasmith
Hi Madeleine, " One batch of Beer, with the total facility in use at one time would have produced more than 22,000 liters. Though not the oldest brewery from early Egypt, the rediscovered brewery at North Abydos , was Egypt's first royal brewery, dating to the so-called Naqada III period, which included the reign of King Narmer. " >>> Beer and b
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11 days ago
seasmith
More "field-aligned" Electric Currents generated directly from Sun to Earth: Abstract ... In this study, we investigate ionospheric responses, including currents and aurorae, to Solar Wind Dynamic Pressure (SW Pdyn) sudden increases, which are critical for understanding solar wind‐magnetosphere‐ionosphere coupling. We focus on two similar SW Pdyn pulse events that occurred on 2
Forum: Science & Space
12 days ago
seasmith
Audrey wrote " Wrong again. My favorite word for the week is trumpdick. See the difference? Take trump, who likes to wag his little dick and delights in his followers cheering it, and add dick to his name. Get it? " ßr∂ƒ˜ Had a look back over a range of your posts and it's readily apparent you're a near pathological HATER. My work is done here. Love, Peace a
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
seasmith
Audry. Is this the same lawyer who has now had his family, friends and home threatened with death and destruction by left-wing wackos ?? Yes, it is How do you defend that ? Or is that just a "mostly peaceful protest", as the elite media has presented a year full of violence, arson, looting and mob riots in city after city, by leftylib Antifa-BLM Mobs. You haven't a l
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
seasmith
'" Since Diodoros of Sicily wrote of the Ozymandias colossus in the first century BC, and does not describe it as broken, I'd say it happened after the first century BC. Diodorus Siculus Diodorus of Sicily, with an English translation by C. H. Oldfather. 10 Vols. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1960. Vol. I (Book I.47), 167-169. "Ten stades from the first tombs . . . st
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12 days ago
seasmith
Not much coverage in the current bubble..
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
seasmith
Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi seasmith > > I attached my last comment meant for you as I > forgot I was checking the link worked on another > post. I have reattached it, as it appeared not to. > (Wiki ) > > Stay warm and well > > Yve >>> Not sure i understand that post, but thank yo
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13 days ago
seasmith
Yve, Great (wiki)chart you posted there. I'm going with the "TWIP" ! i think i found one in my shoe the other day ∫:>) s
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13 days ago
seasmith
The particle-heads are going to love this one : "The ‘Swirlon’ – a novel state of active matter - displayed a stunning behaviour whereby instead of moving with acceleration, the quasi-particle groups moved with a constant velocity, proportional to the applied force and in the same direction of the force. This conduct is seemingly in violation of the Newton’s Second Law."
Forum: Science & Space
13 days ago
seasmith
Yve wrote: >>> Moyer appears to share the view of Lubicz that AE metrology comes at number just the opposite as we do today. The unit for them is secondary, as amply witnessed by the myriads of units recovered, but their primary integral units were fit-to-purpose, and ultimately transposable between measures of span and volume. 2 to the 6th power=64 being the first area/v
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16 days ago
seasmith
They don't seem to have been functional "weights", unless maybe to hold down an alter cloth at the outside religious services. The imageries suggest a bond heaven-earth archetype, with animals and earthly things on the lower mass, and the arched 'handle' representing as many have suggested the celestial dome. The general form is one of stability, like the Egyptin pyramid or
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16 days ago
seasmith
Lobsang wrote: " I thus think that a more realistic location for Kumari Kandam and its associated flood myth was Sri Lanka, which was connected to India thousands of years ago as can be seen in this inundation map < [grahamhancock... " >>> Hi Lobsang, Which sort of begs the the question: from whence came the Sri Lankans ? The past couple weeks i've been rea
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16 days ago
seasmith
Yve wrote: "I have a feeling it isn't a straightforward mix of whole numbers , and I have always believed that the marks on the AE Cubits have their own meaning. Why put in the hieroglyphs otherwise ?. Maybe when you hit a symbol when measuring out, it meant that was the length of whatever it was they were building used as your stopping point. So you doubled, trebled from the edge to that
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18 days ago
seasmith
Hanslune wrote: ... So how did and does the Cayce foundation conduct research in Egypt? How does Robert Schoch conduct research in Egypt, how more would you like me mention? Boston University seems to be able to survive Dr. Schoch doing research on Atlantis. How do you explain that? Ask Schoch (and give him a grant for more research) and he can involve you with BU. I think the act
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