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16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Steve, ...it looks like a crude A.E. attempt to crack the E=MC2 equation? cheers, Fiasco
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16 years ago
fiascohoho
Thanks guys, Great stuff..., and first-rate imagery. much appreciated, Fiasco
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16 years ago
fiascohoho
.....and of course the 'pungency' of the particular foot imprinted would obviously be a factor?
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16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Avry, I don't know whether this is relevant, but in more recent times "Thooth" has been related to Mercury amalgam. cheers, Fiasco.
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16 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Jim, A fascinating post. On another tack, there is something which has always eluded me and which I've found no satisfactory explanation for: Chords: I can find no explanation for the origin of chords; whether chords are a component of all racial musics; can a composition be valid without a chord accompaniment? I'd be interested in any information you have inthis regard Jim. best, F.
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16 years ago
fiascohoho
Very interesting research Maria. Have you come across any information on how and when the 'Atlantic' ocean was so named? with respect, Fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Steven, I have for some time nurtured the concept that the GP could have been built with the assistence of 'hydraulic power'. Briefly, as well as the existent 'causeways' linking the site to the Nile the concept would have required a couple of central granite lift-wells through which the water levels were alternatively raised and lowered to hoist the blocks. Perhaps the 'pumphouse gang'[ a
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
I share your reservations about 'diagnosed psychosomatic illness, A.O., but I am close to an alternate therapist[ irridolology ] who has reluctantly come to the conclusion that certain negative mindsets can defeat the immune systems natural defences. And there would seem to be growing evidence that an optimistic mindset can influence the healing process positively. In relation to the causes of i
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hello A.O, This is a fascinating piece of research- much of it over my head, but there is one point I'd like to query: "most diseases are tracked down to their source" There are well documented cases of illness, sometimes fatal, that is triggered by "mind"; either an external malicious mind- as in the case of 'pointing the bone' amongst Australian aboriginals-, or the mo
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Jameske, What you have here is I think, a definite possibility. I don't think there can be much argument about the fact that all LIFE, in all its manifest forms and unlikely locations, originates in a bacterial form; I will go further and suggest that: Every generational nuance in homo-saps, now an acknowledged feature of our strange 'sea changes'- generation X-,etc; is determined by thos
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Alex, You need no aplogies to me but I do owe one to you: I just noticed that I neglected to thank you for unearthing this fascinating line of genealogy flowing from African Eve, and so delightfully christened. The other links you've just posted are equally iinteresting, many thanks. I would also like to add, I find your analysis here beautifully reasoned and I can find nothing to take exc
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
All good points Eddy and Dane. cheers, Fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Alex S[ and A.O. ], I must say firstly that I am a trifle embarassed by the regurgitation of this throw-away midnight ramble Alex...., but the content is still I feel worthy of further exploration. I am indeed gratified to see the possible descendents of an African Eve so deliniated- and endowed with such a colourful nomenclature, but I still have two basic problems with the concept. As I
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Oh....,,ah.....,hello again Guys, I must say, with all due respect to the demonstrated cerebral excellence of many who post here with perception and imagination...., that I am a little disappointed that not one learned poster has been intrepid enough to dip a pinkie into my postulation: that perhaps not all members of homo-sapiens originated from one single copulatory act in the nocturnal darkne
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Joanne, I am obliged to confess that the australian aboriginal's command of mathmatics was indeed a fairly minimal affair: a binary system that distinguished only between one, and more than one- eg; Wagga, meaning crows, when repeated as in Wagga Wagga, means place of many crows[ an australian city ]. A similar system is used to distinguish size: Murrum, meaning water, becomes Murrumbidgee to
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Javier, An interesting link, thankyou; But in relation to the 'White God" experience, whatever the memory source- be it an hullucinatory experience or an actual race memory.....,I don't think it would have taken Montezuma too long to realise that Cortez was certainly no manifestation of any real or imagined White God? cheers, fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Pete, A couple of points: The concept of earlier 'civilising' White Gods was common to more than one Sth American culture-- amongst others- and is largely responsible for the viability given to this notion by later "LC"-ers. The most well documented case, as you would know, being that of Cortes' conquest of Mexico- Montezuma assuming him to be their returning[ white ]god Quetzacoa
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Thankyou Nolondil, This seems a fair and accurate assessment of the entire situation- giving it 'closure' as they say in cases of severe traumatic distress syndrome; and penned, I might add, with a courtesy and refinement that is quite beyond the graciouslessness of this uncouth poster. with respect, Fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi guys, I have to say that this thoughtful and pertinent post by Scimitar is becoming more bizarre by the day, and it seems clear to me the problem lies obviously with the terminology. I have enquired of the academic amongst us as to the origin of this most peculiar coinage "HYPER-DIFFUSION", but to no avail; I have looked it up online but no-one it seems dares admit to such a termi
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
"Why should things only have been invented one time"? If you mean like "human beings" Joanne, I can only agree; I see absolutely no reason why human beings could not have been invented more than once. But I must take exception to your constant repetition- not unreminiscent of those cute little red-guards chanting the daily slogan from Mao's little red book- of the terms 'eth
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi y'all, Pondering the questions posed here by Scimitar and others concerning diffusion/hyperdiffusion I have, have had for some time, increasing concerns with the "out of Africa" scenario. To imagine that one species- any species- can only evolve from one particular mutation, in one particular location, at one particular time........,is I think not only improbable..., but totally
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
....touche'.............Warwick. cheers, F.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Sunsword, Perhaps I should have elaborated a little more here; crossed my "I's, dotted my "t's", and patched up any lingering cavities in the molars of human migration. I'll start again: let's not worry about those impediments to human migration- those formidable unsmiling oceans that break over two thirds of the planetary surface; drifting continents, massive mountain ranges,
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Avry, I would suggest, that all this.. weathering stuff...is totally irrelevant to either the age of this sublime entity..., or to its identity. It is of no consequence whether unseasonal torrential rains poured down upon the north face, the east face..., whatever......,of this sublime beasts enclosure. There is something of much more importance at stake here. The concept, that this entity
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Scimitar, A very interesting post, and you raise some- to my mind- quite pertinent points. I would like to add a consideration that delves into the common impulse that might propel both diffusionism and hyperdiffusion. If, humanity developed from a singularity- an archetypal Eve somewhere in Africa- and diffused to every continent in a time span of [+ -]150,000 yrs which seems to be the cur
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Joanne, Could you just clarify one final point: When was the term "hyperdiffusion" first coined; by whom; and to describe which particular example or concept of hyperdiffusion? with thanks, fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
This is the critical point Ananda, and excellently expressed. best, HoHo.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Well, that seems to have cleared up the confusion/diffusion quite succinctly Joanne; And ahem...., it seems I might have occasionally erred in my interpretation. [ slinks ignominiously back into dungeon and flagellates self mercilessly ]. cheers, fiasco.
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Ananda, I recognise that you are filling in for Joanne's resounding silence on this issue Ananda, but I am having great difficulty in equating that somewhat clumsy newly-minted term hyper-diffusion with racism; ethnocentric baggage, pseudo-history, phonybaloney, and hoaxy scholarship however I find entirely plausible[ I suspect the term must have been coined by an anthropologist ]. But...
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17 years ago
fiascohoho
Hi Joanne, With respect I fail to see how 'hyper-diffusionism' can possibly be racist, sexist, politically incorrect...,or derided in any other way; "hyper-diffusionism" is the only known FACT in the whole history of anthropology. We do not[ perhaps cannot ]know whether pyramid building in sth America, China etc. was influenced by Egyptians; but we DO know that the contemporary cultu
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