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8 days ago
Merrell
Mike D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > The "fictitious" construction of Atlantis (your > words) Not just mine. > dates back to the mythological age of the > Greek gods (for which there is no geological > dating...)and the description that Plato made of > it has in any case nothing to do with Richat > structure
Forum: Mysteries
8 days ago
Merrell
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That is very interesting indeed. I don't > understand the geological terms, but could you > please say what sort of dating you are looking at > for the formations? sort of, how many million or > billiion years ago! The quote says: "a buried alkaline complex of Cretaceous age." The
Forum: Mysteries
16 days ago
Merrell
Quotethe display, which City Hall told MailOnline had a £1.5million budget ... 'It reflected some of the defining moments of what has been a very challenging year for our city and country, including ... our appreciation for the NHS'. Wouldn't the £1.5 million have better shown appreciation for the NHS by being added to the individual pay-packets of exhausted and overworked NHS nursing sta
Forum: Misc.
22 days ago
Merrell
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > I shall be > able to get some idea of small greatgrandson fast > crawling and beginning to walk - well, I'm hoping > so. How long before he's tap-dancing, too? :) Merrell
Forum: Misc.
25 days ago
Merrell
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... > It all boils down to the possibility that a Phyle > cartouche can be adjusted/ tampered with to change > its message ?. > > > Is that a plausible scenario . At a time when no one knew anything about AE labour organisation methods, and when no one knew that the reigning king had severa
Forum: Mysteries
26 days ago
Merrell
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > i do believe 99% of those relieving > chamber marks are masonry marks, but not sure > they would bother with inscribing Cartouches , a > bit outside their remit ... Roth 125-133 explains in detail the reason for the presence of cartouche names in the names of work-crews, aperu (a point briefl
Forum: Mysteries
28 days ago
Merrell
DUNE Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > one should not stick a date to a > construction on the basis of an inscription > daubed on the walls of the relieving Chambers of > the Kings chambers. ... The crewmarks in the relieving chambers were placed on the stone blocks with a purpose, most probably before they were put in place. The pu
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Merrell
cladking Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The odds of every piece of wood being from the > inside of a tree or from recycled wood are > astronomical. Egyptology is going to have to > admit that G1 dates to ~2750 BC. ... Not necessarily. See also here for information on wood decay and rotting.
Forum: Mysteries
4 weeks ago
Merrell
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Yes, the rendering lacks the refinement of the > scalloped edging. The image is a modification of > a fully deployed square-cone parachute, operating > as planned. ... > The inference is that the dropsonde parachute (Refer: Data QualityControl Process III-5) would have lost its tether en
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 weeks ago
Merrell
Dr. Troglodyte Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hello Merrell: > > Maybe not a Mylar Batman balloon, but it is > remarkably similar to a dropsonde, failed tether, > square-cone parachute: > > > > > ETA: Exchanged static combo image with comparative > gif/Dr. Troglodyte Thanks for this, Dr. Troglodyte. But, co
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 weeks ago
Merrell
Smyrnian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >So you choose to place here a 5-minute video > in a foreign language that few reading this site > are likely to understand.. > > > Exactly, so please answer the question; How can > you say the video is "not altogether correct" > without understanding it? See the translated
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Merrell
Smyrnian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > >Perhaps the information in the video is not > altogether correct? > > Which parts are "not altogether correct" please? > > In the case that you don't speak Turkish, then how > can you even assume it could be incorrect with > zero understanding of it? > There is compe
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Merrell
Smyrnian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > That information contradicts the information in > the video I linked to. Perhaps the information in the video is not altogether correct?
Forum: Mysteries
5 weeks ago
Merrell
Archaic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It was 1000ft away, and these are fighter pilots. > > It is far bigger than a batman balloon. > > I am speculating here, but it is also likely it > wasn't a lucky sighting at 400 knots. It's more > likely the pilots were vectored on an intercept so > there should be radar tapes or at lea
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
6 weeks ago
Merrell
Archaic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > The photo is large, so go to the link to see it. > > Very odd. No idea what that is. One theory suggested suggested here is that it's a Mylar Batman children's novelty balloon. (Compare with the large photo about half-way down the original article).
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
7 weeks ago
Merrell
Archaeoastronomer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Merrell Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- ... > > More information > > > here. > > Hi Merrell, > I see your report is old being 8th May 2013 > I have an up to date one, from 4 June 2020, also i > don't deal in sensationalism or web-sites
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
7 weeks ago
Merrell
Archaeoastronomer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > All i know is i would dearly love to know how old > the pyramids are off the coast of Cuba under sea > level by more than 2,000 feet ... More information here.
Forum: Gunpowder, Treason & Plot
2 months ago
Merrell
Hi Susan, I don't know how well you might be able to see this - surely the greatest one of all - but I hope at least the music and soundtrack might inspire you ... Keep dancing! Merrell
Forum: Misc.
3 months ago
Merrell
PB Bytes Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... I've been > digesting this point some since you first > mentioned it, and I sense it has real gravitas. > Let me guess where you're going with this, > gentlmen, assuming that the "pattern" is as > described - and I have no reason to think that > either of you would mislead me.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
3 months ago
Merrell
Thanks, M.J. The only "physics" in the article appears to be the isotope analysis of some copper artefacts, which transpires to have come from Sinai. This is hardly a new discovery. In Ch. 4 of "Researches in Sinai," Petrie bemoans the loss (because of an uncaring and ignorant commercial enterprise) of irreplaceable rock-carvings depicting Khufu and others at the mines
Forum: Mysteries
3 months ago
Merrell
PB Bytes Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > There seem to be some legitimate reasons for > thinking Vyse 'may' have forged the glyph. It is not a question of a "glyph." Under discussion are several cartouche names of Khufu, that form part of the names of different aperu working in different parts of the relieving chambers. No-one -
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
3 months ago
Merrell
PB Bytes Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ... Graham works > with facts ... Not always. Take, for example, the "facts" presented in this YouTube video from 2015: QuoteThere’s actually very little evidence that ties the Great Pyramid to 2,500 BC, except for that one hieroglyph, that one inscription, in the relieving chambers, and that
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
4 months ago
Merrell
QuoteThis spring, as people around the world sheltered at home to avoid spreading or catching the coronavirus, many home cooks cultivated their baking hobby or learned to make sourdough. Some housebound archaeologists took the trend to the next level by replicating baking methods from Roman Pompeii or Neolithic Turkey. Blackley, for example, is collaborating with archaeologist Serena Love of A
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
4 months ago
Merrell
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Love to. But I'm going to employ self control so > as not to digress the point of this thread Just to remind you that this particular discussion arose when I replied to an extract that I found in the document to which you linked when you responded to the OP. > in an > attempt to lead by example.
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 months ago
Merrell
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > "No, Vyse's record of his discoveries is not in > doubt." > > said with authority. So much hope loaded into > that emphatic period... finger and toes crossed? Do you have any evidence to the contrary?
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
5 months ago
Merrell
Open mind Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > nuclearpyramid.com ... QuoteThe history of the ancient Egyptian civilization was recorded in hieroglyphics cut into stone. Even when “paint” was used on the stone, the symbolization was first cut into the stone. None of these stone records attribute the Great Pyramid to a pharaoh or anyone else. There i
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
3 months ago
Merrell
You might be interested in these discussions of the Piri Reis Map, and the Orontius Finaeus Map.
Forum: Mysteries
4 months ago
Merrell
Hanslune Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- ... > Looks like Ed's old and hilarious 'Man is old as > Coal" site has been taken over by another 'user'. To get it clear: this is nothing to do with Garry Denke and the Stonehenge/Coal theory?
Forum: Mysteries
4 months ago
Merrell
Matejuss Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > For me it looked like a piramid of course i am not > an expert but hearing many scientist saying that > it is a piramid is realy convincing. You might be interested in seeing this discussion of a National Geographic documentary presented some years ago by an archaeologist and a geologist.
Forum: Mysteries
4 months ago
Merrell
Matejuss Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Why is there nobody talking about bigest and > oldest piramids found in the world in bosnia city > of visoko ... Probably because there aren't any. It's old news.
Forum: Mysteries
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