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6 days ago
molder
This is only a thought. A very good friend of mine has thought about Covid 19 and possibilities. I would suggest that a few thousand years ago someone thought about the Giza complex and worked a problem somewhat similar by pinning it up on their kitchen wall. This is only one of my friends panels but I thought it may help others understand the thought process of earlier inquisitors I don
Forum: Misc.
7 days ago
molder
Hello Brian Quote 'Why do you think so?; You know I thought the article was important because it was advertised as an Op-Ed. The authors were published and sourced. The idea for an ID for all just grates on me. So the article appealed to me and I think provokes discussion. What do you think?
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
7 days ago
molder
Hello Susan quote 'All this stuff sails right over the heads of people like me of course, who do not have smart phones and have no intention of having one!' Look around Susan. My kids gave my wife an Apple I phone she got all the goss from around the neighbourhood then accidentally dropped it in the toilet. Womens business. I bought one from Woolies one hundred and fifty
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
8 days ago
molder
Hi Merc Quote 'Maybe it's just the shape of the map - it doesn't show the full southern hemisphere. And why is Antarctica so big?' Dont know why so big. Get rid of the ice and look at the shape. I may be wrong but the shapes look so similar and as I said Jave is around seventy degrees different from present. One hundred and eighty on the old map.
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
molder
Quote '. Cuz greed needs a more clearly defined goal to function...' Yeah what a world. But we can beat them you know I worked with WW 11 vets when younger I was really lucky many were prisoners of war a couple in Japan but quite a lot of air crew shot down over Europe. We always went to the pub on Fridays for lunch and I asked them once what they did on coming home to Oz after the war
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
10 days ago
molder
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi molder, D0ZT and Ocka, > > Yes you're right those "eyes" you > Scorpio gets the lance in the head or through the > mouth (Antares) - so maybe the pope is sending out > little telepathic lances to that big serpent head. > > > Sorry this is way off the ancient maps topic!
Forum: Mysteries
10 days ago
molder
Hi seasmith am really enjoying reading this thread and contributions by Sirius,lobsang and Wheeler. Hey wheeler are you any relation to the Wheeler Indus Valley rule duscovery?
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
molder
Hello Derek Quote 'The 4810.9090 is the Roman Mile {5000ft.} this is 8 x 601.3636 or 4810.9090 minus the 601.3636 = 4209.5454 which is 3500 x 1.202727 the Roman Remen The 4433.7338181 is 601.3636 x 7.3728 this is 6.2208 x 1.185185 the musical scale Pythagorean Minor Third {32:27} And the 4618.47272 is the Egyptian Stade {500ft.} of 572.7272 x 8.064' Might I suggest 5000 Roman feet = 4860 i
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
molder
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi molder and think, > > Yes, molder, that works. The area of G1 is 1/8th > of the area of the rectangle between the centres > of G1 and G3. 9068.8" is the mean base side of G1, > squared is 82,243,133.4399 sq inches. The > rectangle has sides of close to 22,616" and > 29,103.025
Forum: Mysteries
11 days ago
molder
I realise this will be moved but I think it is important. <
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
12 days ago
molder
10 acres can be measured another way. 10 X 36000 = 360,000 square feet This is instead of . 10 acres X 43,560 = 435,600 square feet. Same area Stephen but one imperial and the other Indus Valley 13.2 inches.
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
molder
Mercurial Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi D0ZT and molder, > > QuoteD0ZT > what happened from ~1500 AD - > > ~2000 AD to make us lose this knowledge > especially > > when we were in possession of the maps. Why did > we > > have to have to rediscover the land of > Antarctica? > > > At Rosslyn Chapel,
Forum: Mysteries
12 days ago
molder
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Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
molder
Quote your Giza rectangle, can I respond here? Quote molder Imagine a rectangle 2.5 x 3.2 = 8 Merc think of a base for the GP anyone you like and calculate the area of the rectangle. For example 756 feet X 2.5 = 1890 and then 756 X 3.2 = 2419.2 Find the area of the rectangle. 4,572,771.84 square feet. Now double it 9,144,576 square feet. The square root = 3024 or the perime
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
molder
magisterchessmutt Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In my application of the Remen unit of 14.58333 > ins.to the GP's relationship with the Earth's > Polar Circumference, I forgot to mention this > curiosity concerning the number of Remen contained > in the side of the GP and perimeter when using the > 756 Ft. version per side, which equates
Forum: Mysteries
13 days ago
molder
D0ZT Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've only recently started reading fingerprints of > the gods so I apologize if my questions are > addressed later on in the book but I am kind of > confused when it comes to the Piri Reis and > Oronteus Finaeus Maps. The book details that what > makes these maps so special is they portray > Antarct
Forum: Mysteries
14 days ago
molder
Audrey Wrote: > > What happened in Australia? The last time I looked > their covid numbers were extremely lkjkow. Hi Audrey just goes to show how infectious this virus is. Victoria is in lockdown and it's borders are closer. People returning from overseas were quarantined in hotels for 14 days but instead of using police enforce it the govt instead used private security
Forum: Global Village
14 days ago
molder
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello molder: > > I just hope you are holding up your end! > > > > Dr. Troglodyte Doing my best Dr T got to keep the economy ticking over.
Forum: Global Village
15 days ago
molder
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Forum: Global Village
16 days ago
molder
Yes Dr T I heard this the other day science is a wonderful thing bUT there is nothing worse than a pub with no beer.
Forum: Global Village
16 days ago
molder
Dumb arse Victorian government. Here is what this lady posted and as background the state of Victoria has a problem with Covid and have introduced lock downs in Melbourne and surrounds a stage 4 but in country areas a level 3. This lady was promoting a protest outside of Melbourne and believed it was ok. The police should have known better and to pick Ballarat is one hell of a mistake..
Forum: Global Village
16 days ago
molder
Jim Alison Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Melissa, > > I agree it is interesting about the digit = .729 > inches and 93 = 729. > > Since 103 = 1000, the relation between > the digit and the English inch is: > > 93/103 > > Best, > > Jim Hello Merc and Jim Adding to the digit of .729 There are 16
Forum: Mysteries
17 days ago
molder
Glanymor1948 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Jim > > I "unearthed" Phi in the GP quite some time ago, I > published it within my first website in 2006 > It involved many calculations, however I was > pleased with the result > > Peac > Derek You should have been pleased with the results Derek because you ins
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
molder
Don't know when Derek discovered this though he published this years ago. Jim Alison Quote 'My calculator was set to grads for cosine of 760 of .809... Set to degrees, cosine for 756 gives .809... just as Derek said. Interesting that one foot measure of the GP base gives .809 in' When Derek is saying cos 756 = 0.809016994 he is asking you to multiply by 2 = 1.618033988 phi. I dont know
Forum: Mysteries
18 days ago
molder
Hi Merc . No I didn't get directly involved but looked in the party was late so I missed most of it and times don't match first time this has been but good to see people will always find a way. Am in a history group here in Brisbane and the library we meet at had 10 chairs for the first meeting back last month. I guess everyone is just getting on with it. In Queensland we have a bril
Forum: Mysteries
20 days ago
molder
Do not give this another thought Doctor I will not mention it again on this thread. Quote 'No. Please do not take this Topic off message; the stated purpose is to illustrate geometry, not number. Geometry is the product of compass and straightedge strictly. There were no inches in Ancient Egypt.' Jim bs
Forum: Mysteries
21 days ago
molder
Quote'The art and architecture of Ancient Egypt is replete with evidence of an understanding and use of geometric principles that are still in use by designers today. Not to be confused with ’measure’, ' It is all to do with measure. Let us look at what you are saying that it's geometry. And that it begins with 1. I really liked that. I do think that they began with 1 for the base of th
Forum: Mysteries
23 days ago
molder
We are being told that a vaccine is just around the corner and each country is trying to be first. All the BS that is going around eg who is in phase 1 or phase 3? Now that is good but what about smaller countries how do they get hold of it. Here is a guide as to access for smaller countries and where these vaccines are really at. .
Forum: Global Village
23 days ago
molder
29. EAA
Dont know how this is going to work but this is Gail Higginbottoms paper an overview.
Forum: Mysteries
23 days ago
molder
The EAA is holding a virtual meeting at the moment and maybe you guys might like to look in. It is interesting to say the least.
Forum: Science & Space
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