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#28342 - 11/15/08 08:33 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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#28343 - 11/15/08 08:43 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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#28344 - 11/15/08 08:50 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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Sorry, at a library today and the PC is having some trouble keeping up with me and my files.

We'll get there.
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#28346 - 11/15/08 09:40 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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And now this crap library PC is toast.

Not reading my CD. All good, it's all on my little electronic device also.

But I grow bored watching those little green squares not add up to the right any more.

I gots better stuff to do, being as I'm a busy and impotent man.

I have another dozen or so images for pyramids, probably more.

Here's what I want...

As this goes foward, don't ask me about this or that guy's theory, I can destroy them ALL. I'm never gonna spend any time on that, cause mine is better. As you will see. Tell me where I'm wrong, or where you THINK I'm wrong. Have it solid before you do so. Intelligent questions? Ask away. I'll answer. That hasn't happened yet, as I'm gettin real good at splainin this thing Lucy.

Here's how it came to be.

I used to move safes for a company so cheap we didn't even have a forklift. Turns out I was moving tons with the same thing the Egyptians had, rollers and levers baby. Did it for a decade. Any thing I say i can do with a weight, I've allready done, don't make the mistake of telling me it can't be done. it was my job for a long time. All I've done is take every day methods and apply them to the pyramids.

Little thing I came up with long ago...

Who is better at building a log cabin?

A bifocaled, accredited, tenured, tweed jacketed with leather elbow patches, pipe smoking, Oxford professor...

or...

a guy in the woods with an axe that needs a place to live for the coming winter?

Blue collar stand up now.

Folks, this deal is done.

I've been on this deal for over 5 years now. I've wrote everyone. i get PHD's write me back and they get all snarky. Then I destroy them.

I am not very fond of acedamia. They are protecting their cash cow and I ain't friggin one of them.

You'll see.

And, nerds, for the love of God, look around would ya, 30k views and so far no one has presented a hole in my universe theory, yet it is still gettin read. This is gonna be buku more of the same, more so even. Have some fun, would ya. I am. Learning CAN be fun, maybe it takes a nut to make it so. I SO got that covered.

When we done with this, I'm gonna show you how to raise an obelisk. Maybe you should get up to speed at the PBS site on the three times they have tried. But then they didn't actually have a guy that had moved heavy stuff around there.

This is gonna be ugly, it's gonna be irreverent, it's gonna be spelled badly.

No matter, tell me where my heavy stuff moving methods are wrong.

You can't, cause I've done them, and I'm not flat.

And one more thing, the guy that is me, with the "t" on the chest, that stands for my normal screen name, teacher, which was taken here, call me teacher instead of Marchimedes, or call me late for diner, really don't matter, cause I'm correct.

See ya soon.
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#28411 - 11/19/08 11:16 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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Yea, I gots more, and, gimme a break, a lot of this stuff is from sites where I really don't care who I insult. No, you guys are different, really. The nice thing is that you know how I work, so I'm not banned, yet.

Not sure how this works, as I refuse to read the rules, but I'm a moderator at a political forum, and there I link to places like this for bragging porposes, but the catch is that there only I get to link to competing sites, per an agreement, cause I bring it, and if there is one thing I know about forum owners, besides that they all are gay and are fond of barnyard animals, is that they like huge numbers, you know, numbers like mine, so I gets me some leeway.

So, in a sec here will be a link to a horrible political thread, numbers like this...




link to "...and the horse you rode in on"

http://liberalforum.org/liberalforum/index.php?showtopic=22244

Now, mods, admin and owners, this little deal is better for you than them, many more views and play there than here. In a sec I'll be linking to here.

It's how I go about doing bidness.

Anyone understand the 6" step method yet?






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#29161 - 01/15/09 05:20 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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#29171 - 01/17/09 01:06 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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it makes more sense than the other !

and it is more easily explained.

excelent.

but are they all flying away or into the center at the same angle?

if some are moving 90 degree to the center , yet moving faster and faster then this could not be correct , unless there is a gravitational body attracting and causing it to do so.

but your explanation would hold up in todays physics , without the need to re-write the books.

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#29304 - 01/29/09 11:00 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: paul]
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Originally Posted By: paul
it makes more sense than the other !

and it is more easily explained.

excelent.

but are they all flying away or into the center at the same angle?

if some are moving 90 degree to the center , yet moving faster and faster then this could not be correct , unless there is a gravitational body attracting and causing it to do so.

but your explanation would hold up in todays physics , without the need to re-write the books.

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To center, we are in the big crunch.

Ah, today's physics, that's what I'm looking for.

We don't need no stinkin dark energy.

No need to make up magic voodoo.

By default then that alone makes this today's best theory on the matter, right?






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#29942 - 03/21/09 12:52 AM lanes... [Re: Marchimedes]
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Okay, in this first image you need to become familiar with the concept I call "lanes". That is lanes of blocks travelling to and up the pyraimd. This is so more Egpytians with blocks can come.

[url="http://imageshack.us"][/url]

Then comes the process of setting more than one block at a time...

[url="http://imageshack.us"][/url]
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#30174 - 04/04/09 11:34 PM Om, second page... [Re: Marchimedes]
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this will not do.

Actually a lot in this one folks.

My bad if I've posted thin one before, but I think I haven't, I ain't gonna take the time to check cause I'm a busy and impotent man.

The top left image, the one with the different colored levels and all, well, I say if I'm building a pyramid using this method I can build this thing in two years. Assuming the blocks are quarried and staged at the ready.

Yea, I said that.



I do gotta thank you kids though, the views climb, and I've got this thing about the replies to views ratio. I say the greater the number of views to replies just friggin means that no one can find a flaw, but still this thread is worth reading. This here most glorious tread of mine at sceince a gog has the best ratio of all, and that makes this place my second favorite place. My favotire is a political forum, right here...

http://liberalforum.org/liberalforum/index.php?showtopic=22244

I'm sure you ain't interested in the world's foremost authority on pyramid construction's take on politics, but suffice it to say I rule there also. Better yet, now and again I come outta my shell there and say what I think.

But back to the moving and stacking of heavy blocks.

I haven't gone Obelisks here, have I? The raising of them that is.

That will be next, then some thoughts on Stonehenge.

I'm not done with you.

Not by a long shot.

PS. I link to here at other sites so don't think I'm just pimping for that site.

It's a two way street.


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#30660 - 05/12/09 12:43 AM Where of where did myu little thread go? [Re: Marchimedes]
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Oh where oh where can it be?

I'll just post this and see if it pops up.
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#30661 - 05/12/09 12:45 AM Re: Where of where did myu little thread go? [Re: Marchimedes]
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What's the deal here?

Did sumpin change?
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#30706 - 05/18/09 02:38 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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Where's my thread man?
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#30791 - 05/26/09 01:42 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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I totally agree with Marchimedes post #29161 above dated 01/15/09.

I call it the implosion of the universe (rather than contraction), because the so called “acceleration” of the universe, in that new interpretation (implosion) now makes one with the accelerated motion of the gravitation phenomenon.

Physicists alleged expansion of the universe is based on Hubble’s Doppler red shift discovery.
Yet and most importantly in the late 1990’s astronomers discovered that that expansion was actually accelerating, and that’s that accelerated motion that threw physics theories out of whack!

The explanation I give (in my website) is with the emergency vehicle:
So here is physics interpretation:
After Hubble's observations of red Doppler shifts, physicists assert that distant galaxies move away from us and that the universe is expanding.
And here is this innovative idea I share with Marchimedes:
Yet these shifts do not mandate such expansion.
In gravimotion's interpretation we move away from the distant galaxies while these are hardly moving.

Here is an analogy; just as Hubble's red shift, the high pitch of an emergency vehicle siren is getting lower when the vehicle is receding from you. But ask the driver of that vehicle to stop while keeping its siren on; then climb in your own car, and drive by the siren. Now while you are receding from it, the pitch is slowing all the same.
Hubble's shift can be interpreted as us receding faster from far away galaxies than close by galaxies!
An imploding universe is far more elegant, than physicists expanding one
Because an imploding yet accelerating universe works hand in hand with gravitation's own accelerated motion!

I came myself to that conclusion in a different way.
I came to that conclusion through my own understanding of the force of gravity or my own understanding of Einstein Space-time-curvature.

For that innovative idea too visit:
http://gravimotion.info

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#30810 - 05/30/09 09:42 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Gravimotion]
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Most humble pardons teacher. cool Since you are most super-brainy pyramid expert in whole world. wink
Why do you keep saying great pyramids of giza are 4500yr old mystery? Surely you are aware that the assertion they were built by Khufu was most embarrassing and petulant fraud by british archeologist in 1800's who after dynamiting his way in and finding no inscriptions. In a frustrated huff. Painted "khufu" in misspelled heiroglyphs, mixing picts from two seperate periods 1 and 2 thousand years later, in red paint in the entry chamber.
They are without a doubt not comparible to any of the mud brick and sandstone clumsey affairs of the post menes eras.

More likely their builders were simular to the summerian chap who had the use of this skull 9000 years ago, and the 2x our brain size greymatter it contained then:

[img]http://yfrog.com/159000bpskulleogasafidiraj[/img]

If you can tell us how they moved the up to 2000ton (4.4 million pound) pink granite blocks at Baalbek you'd be real smart. Maybe then you can demonstrate the use of bronze tools in cutting and drilling granite too. For example the holes 8ft deep through some of the blocks in this pic. They have spiral grooves from the drill bit that show cut rates of 2.5mm per bit revolution. We only manage 1/200th of that per bit revolution from diamond drills with 50ton pressure feeding them.

[img]http://yfrog.com/59baalbek7j[/img]

This picture of the darkmatter halos around galaxies with the dark matter filaments, that connect them is intriguing.
Nice comparison with neural structure in a mouse brain.
Those intragalactic filaments are heated to up to 100 million kelvin by some sort of energy passing through them.
While imploding universe is a theory I myself have pondered on, and see some degree of validity in...I do have no doubt about the existance of extradimensions and their involvement in consciousness in complex ways personally. And like the thought that increasing rate of universe expansion might be a function of increasing intergalactic information exchange via dark energy through these nerve like filaments. Patterns repeating at different scale is a common thing to see in this universe.
I have a feeling those REALLY ancient egyptians may have known quite a bit about such things. grin



Edited by AyeZeuss (05/30/09 09:50 AM)
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#30813 - 05/30/09 10:54 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: AyeZeuss]
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lets try that again.

9000years old skull from the region:


Baalbek with its up to 1600ton granite blocks that were quarried and delivered as 2000ton roughs before finishing on site.

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#30819 - 06/01/09 01:41 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: AyeZeuss]
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Originally Posted By: AyeZeuss
Most humble pardons teacher. cool Since you are most super-brainy pyramid expert in whole world. wink


Yes...

Quote:
If you can tell us how they moved the up to 2000ton (4.4 million pound) pink granite blocks at Baalbek you'd be real smart.


Yep, that and the others, got most of it darwn up allready. Don't have my file gizmo with me tonight though. And besides, I've jus started on the pramid stuff here, buku allready done I haven't posted here yet. Obelisks and Stonehenge stuff too boot. All very simple.

I'll be back.

Caught me a litle off gaurd with somebody actually repling here.

Now, I do have all this stuff all ready posted in my thread titled "...and the horse you rode in on", but it's at a political site and it's scattered hither and yon in that thread, I think that thread is over 3000 replies so you'd have to do quite a bit of digging to find the moving and stacking of heavy stuff stuff. If you are a flaming liberal you might want to stay away cause I crush socialists almost daily. But, I do pimp this thread there so it's only fair to do the same here.

http://liberalforum.org/liberalforum/index.php?showtopic=22244
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#30820 - 06/01/09 01:49 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Gravimotion]
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Originally Posted By: Gravimotion
I totally agree with Marchimedes post #29161 above dated 01/15/09.

I call it the implosion of the universe (rather than contraction), because the so called “acceleration” of the universe, in that new interpretation (implosion) now makes one with the accelerated motion of the gravitation phenomenon.

Physicists alleged expansion of the universe is based on Hubble’s Doppler red shift discovery.
Yet and most importantly in the late 1990’s astronomers discovered that that expansion was actually accelerating, and that’s that accelerated motion that threw physics theories out of whack!

The explanation I give (in my website) is with the emergency vehicle:
So here is physics interpretation:
After Hubble's observations of red Doppler shifts, physicists assert that distant galaxies move away from us and that the universe is expanding.
And here is this innovative idea I share with Marchimedes:
Yet these shifts do not mandate such expansion.
In gravimotion's interpretation we move away from the distant galaxies while these are hardly moving.

Here is an analogy; just as Hubble's red shift, the high pitch of an emergency vehicle siren is getting lower when the vehicle is receding from you. But ask the driver of that vehicle to stop while keeping its siren on; then climb in your own car, and drive by the siren. Now while you are receding from it, the pitch is slowing all the same.
Hubble's shift can be interpreted as us receding faster from far away galaxies than close by galaxies!
An imploding universe is far more elegant, than physicists expanding one
Because an imploding yet accelerating universe works hand in hand with gravitation's own accelerated motion!

I came myself to that conclusion in a different way.
I came to that conclusion through my own understanding of the force of gravity or my own understanding of Einstein Space-time-curvature.

For that innovative idea too visit:
http://gravimotion.info


Nuttin but net.

You and me against the world bud.

I'll be reading your site.
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#30824 - 06/01/09 12:45 PM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Marchimedes]
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May be you and I are not against the whole world ...
May be the whole science of physics started on the wrong foot!

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#30831 - 06/03/09 08:27 AM Re: The universes expansion accelleration solved. [Re: Gravimotion]
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Its a funny world. Me? I'm not putting my bets for or against said world anytime soon. Astrophysicists say this mysterious stuff called dark energy can overcome gravity, pushing galaxies apart. Ancient egyptians say (along with the stories from sth, central america, easter island, polynesia New Zealand, Micronesia, indonesia, far east, mid east, africa, europe) that theres this black magic energy that can overcome gravity and thats what was used in local megalith constructions.
Not forming conclusions too soon could be useful.
Perhaps a little subtle, but beautiful how this thread brings these together. :-)
Now teach...
While you have your mallet out...
How did they get those pyramid blocks to all fit so tight together to 1/50 inch tolerances when the granite bedrock it sits on is bent 2ft down in the middle by the weight of the finished job?
I hope their stories about "techniques for making a boulder weigh as much as a mountain", and "making a mountain as light as a feather" don't end up upsetting your applecart. Lolz ;-)

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