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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:10 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: hidingthistime

Here's all the times you said your ribs aren't connected at the front.


Ribs are now attatched in the front
Implying yours aren't


even protected, way down in the middle under your weird attached rib cage
Implying our rib cages are connected and yours aren't


we don't, we just have a collar bone
In a reply to another member


that is because you are native to this panet, or timeline or whatever it is
In a reply to another member saying our ribs have always connected at the front


then why cant I find ONE picture of the ribs that way?

No plasic skeletons are like that anymore either etc
In a reply to another member about how skeletons ribs have always connected at the front


it is quite easy to tell by feeling the indent
In a reply to a member asking for proof of the lack of a sternum

Then there's that picture you drew which showed no connecting ribs at the front.

And then, 7 pages after your OP, you say this

we just have a little pinky sized one compared to yours


So how does that make me mistaken?
you are taking things out of context now and obviously just reading things the way you want to. Like I said, the other guy explained it much better than me, I didnt disagree with him a all, I will go find it and quote him.




posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:12 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: hidingthistime

Here's all the times you said your ribs aren't connected at the front.


Ribs are now attatched in the front
Implying yours aren't


even protected, way down in the middle under your weird attached rib cage
Implying our rib cages are connected and yours aren't


we don't, we just have a collar bone
In a reply to another member


that is because you are native to this panet, or timeline or whatever it is
In a reply to another member saying our ribs have always connected at the front


then why cant I find ONE picture of the ribs that way?

No plasic skeletons are like that anymore either etc
In a reply to another member about how skeletons ribs have always connected at the front


it is quite easy to tell by feeling the indent
In a reply to a member asking for proof of the lack of a sternum

Then there's that picture you drew which showed no connecting ribs at the front.

And then, 7 pages after your OP, you say this

we just have a little pinky sized one compared to yours


So how does that make me mistaken?
like I said before, if you came from my world too, and saw what I see, you would understand, the image would be in your brain as it is mine, and you would understand ribs attatched allllllll the way up at the front like that is weird and wrong and not how it is for us. Capishe?


What does that have to do with me proving you lied? I even quoted you saying they weren't connected at the front. But now they are?

Come on! You can't even keep up with the stories you're telling.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:14 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: hidingthistime

Here's all the times you said your ribs aren't connected at the front.


Ribs are now attatched in the front
Implying yours aren't


even protected, way down in the middle under your weird attached rib cage
Implying our rib cages are connected and yours aren't


we don't, we just have a collar bone
In a reply to another member


that is because you are native to this panet, or timeline or whatever it is
In a reply to another member saying our ribs have always connected at the front


then why cant I find ONE picture of the ribs that way?

No plasic skeletons are like that anymore either etc
In a reply to another member about how skeletons ribs have always connected at the front


it is quite easy to tell by feeling the indent
In a reply to a member asking for proof of the lack of a sternum

Then there's that picture you drew which showed no connecting ribs at the front.

And then, 7 pages after your OP, you say this

we just have a little pinky sized one compared to yours


So how does that make me mistaken?
you are taking things out of context now and obviously just reading things the way you want to. Like I said, the other guy explained it much better than me, I didnt disagree with him a all, I will go find it and quote him.


First I was misunderstanding and now I'm taking things out of context?

I really should learn that "not connected at the front" really means "connected at the front". How silly of me to make such a mistake.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:14 PM
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originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: hidingthistime

Right I am not seeing what you are looking at but have no doubt that you may be recalling a different reality.

How I remember my native reality.

The sun had a golden hue, the sky was blue, green grass was far more green (almost a translucent emerald green that glowed in the sunlight) and rich, colours were far more vivid - in summer I live in northern England or lived in northern England in that reality.
Limb's on people (Woman I noticed being a guy) are strange here, there upper limb's upper arm's and thigh's are shorter in comparison to there forelimb's forarms and calves.
They seem to be sleepwalking and obey like sheep, I find myself likewise affected.
Book's, the bible is different, same character's and story's but small omission's and slight differences with this version portraying a far darker god than the one I remember.
History, I hated apartheid in south africa so watched the news, the leader of the white seperatist neo nazi style movement whom opposed the end of Apartheid and were demanding there OWN white freestate in south africa was nicknamed De'Boar in my reality, eugene terrablanch in this which was his real name, he quoted the bible and a mistranslation which he took and twisted to justify his claim's, there flag a three angles nazi swastika was excused by him as being based on this number from the bible which I had read myself but did not interpret as racist, that number has vanished.


What I think may have happened.

Understand that if two reality's no longer have any differences those time stream's MAY merge again as there are no causality barriers between them.
See a black hole and imagine as it form's, there is a region near to it's absolute singularity were space-time is pulled to absolute nothing this is the inner event horizon of the black hole (not the smaller brown holes only true black holes).
See that at this point all coexistant reality's in which the same black hole formed at the same time are then drawn back into unity as a single reality at this point and see a wave of gravity in the pulse at the instant this black hole formed racing outward and zipping these reality's back together, a guy walking down the street in a purple shurt in one reality and a red one in another suddenly is made into just one version, he could have sworn he put that purple shirt on but now he is wearing a red shirt, the guy whom put the red shirt on has vanished and the purple shirt has also vanished as this combinant reality has replaced the one's they both came from and merged to form this third reality.

What I know, absolutely nothing, it drove me crazy for a while especially since I am devoutly religious so for my bible to change I was convinced that somethign demonic was going on but then I had a think about it.
The alternative I and maybe you are both trans-dimensionally displaced beings, maybe not from the same reality's but defintly suffering a similar reality dysphasia.

Lastly it could be simply a similar symptom from psychological or physical trauma but I personally am convinced on this point that it is not as far as I am concerned, I had a strange event which happened as I may have been transitting reality's, I walked in the real world and could see people moving in pack's or small groups and a person in front of them leading these groups, these people leading them looked NORMAL but the rest of the people seemed almost down syndrome like, I was out at the time and thought Gosh there are a lot of day care groups out today but it got ridiculous as I saw them everywhere in the two town's I was in, even the people I know seemed somehow different, I have also encountered this since I was a child, the first time I saw a blue glowing crystal, it seemed broken and faded over about two week's becoming more and more translucent until it was no longer visible but with the exception of me because I was fascinted by it being a child everyone seemed to be what today I would call sleep walking or in a trans like state, it would take too long to get into that as it belong's more under the UFO stype thread's but worth mentioning, it was crashed and seemed embedded in a neighbours roof, it took about six months before someone came out to fix bettys' roof as I recall which for a small child seem's like forever.


What HE says, is a better explanation than me, I am not a teacher or writer, I am trying to figure this out myself, and it was MORE than a few pages back! I must have been , lying about where it was! Lol....



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:16 PM
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a reply to: TerryDon79

But they arent connected at the front, you dont get it..... ours are floating ribs, only connected at the top, if you saw ours you would get it... geeze.... man, get over it, move on! Lol



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:17 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: hidingthistime

Right I am not seeing what you are looking at but have no doubt that you may be recalling a different reality.

How I remember my native reality.

The sun had a golden hue, the sky was blue, green grass was far more green (almost a translucent emerald green that glowed in the sunlight) and rich, colours were far more vivid - in summer I live in northern England or lived in northern England in that reality.
Limb's on people (Woman I noticed being a guy) are strange here, there upper limb's upper arm's and thigh's are shorter in comparison to there forelimb's forarms and calves.
They seem to be sleepwalking and obey like sheep, I find myself likewise affected.
Book's, the bible is different, same character's and story's but small omission's and slight differences with this version portraying a far darker god than the one I remember.
History, I hated apartheid in south africa so watched the news, the leader of the white seperatist neo nazi style movement whom opposed the end of Apartheid and were demanding there OWN white freestate in south africa was nicknamed De'Boar in my reality, eugene terrablanch in this which was his real name, he quoted the bible and a mistranslation which he took and twisted to justify his claim's, there flag a three angles nazi swastika was excused by him as being based on this number from the bible which I had read myself but did not interpret as racist, that number has vanished.


What I think may have happened.

Understand that if two reality's no longer have any differences those time stream's MAY merge again as there are no causality barriers between them.
See a black hole and imagine as it form's, there is a region near to it's absolute singularity were space-time is pulled to absolute nothing this is the inner event horizon of the black hole (not the smaller brown holes only true black holes).
See that at this point all coexistant reality's in which the same black hole formed at the same time are then drawn back into unity as a single reality at this point and see a wave of gravity in the pulse at the instant this black hole formed racing outward and zipping these reality's back together, a guy walking down the street in a purple shurt in one reality and a red one in another suddenly is made into just one version, he could have sworn he put that purple shirt on but now he is wearing a red shirt, the guy whom put the red shirt on has vanished and the purple shirt has also vanished as this combinant reality has replaced the one's they both came from and merged to form this third reality.

What I know, absolutely nothing, it drove me crazy for a while especially since I am devoutly religious so for my bible to change I was convinced that somethign demonic was going on but then I had a think about it.
The alternative I and maybe you are both trans-dimensionally displaced beings, maybe not from the same reality's but defintly suffering a similar reality dysphasia.

Lastly it could be simply a similar symptom from psychological or physical trauma but I personally am convinced on this point that it is not as far as I am concerned, I had a strange event which happened as I may have been transitting reality's, I walked in the real world and could see people moving in pack's or small groups and a person in front of them leading these groups, these people leading them looked NORMAL but the rest of the people seemed almost down syndrome like, I was out at the time and thought Gosh there are a lot of day care groups out today but it got ridiculous as I saw them everywhere in the two town's I was in, even the people I know seemed somehow different, I have also encountered this since I was a child, the first time I saw a blue glowing crystal, it seemed broken and faded over about two week's becoming more and more translucent until it was no longer visible but with the exception of me because I was fascinted by it being a child everyone seemed to be what today I would call sleep walking or in a trans like state, it would take too long to get into that as it belong's more under the UFO stype thread's but worth mentioning, it was crashed and seemed embedded in a neighbours roof, it took about six months before someone came out to fix bettys' roof as I recall which for a small child seem's like forever.


What HE says, is a better explanation than me, I am not a teacher or writer, I am trying to figure this out myself, and it was MORE than a few pages back! I must have been , lying about where it was! Lol....


Yet, in his/her post you quoted, there's no mention of the ribs connecting or not connecting at the front. So I don't see how this has ANYTHING to do with what you were caught out on.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:18 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime
a reply to: TerryDon79

But they arent connected at the front, you dont get it..... ours are floating ribs, only connected at the top, if you saw ours you would get it... geeze.... man, get over it, move on! Lol


Is that the top at the back, side or front?

You've been caught out. Quit with the stories.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:23 PM
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originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:25 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:28 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:34 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....




Your picture shows ribs that aren't attached at the front at all. It also lacks a sternum.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:40 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....




Your picture shows ribs that aren't attached at the front at all. It also lacks a sternum.
it is attatched at the top, and I drew the sternum a bit small, drawing in paint isnt easy, I just did it as fast as I could. Like I said, I am waiting for some other people to do an actual pencil drawing who could show a much better job than me on the computer for 5 minutes.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 07:44 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....




Your picture shows ribs that aren't attached at the front at all. It also lacks a sternum.
it is attatched at the top, and I drew the sternum a bit small, drawing in paint isnt easy, I just did it as fast as I could. Like I said, I am waiting for some other people to do an actual pencil drawing who could show a much better job than me on the computer for 5 minutes.


You didn't draw any ribs connected together. Not a single pair connect.

You also said they don't connect at the front, multiple times.

Now they connect at front, but at the top. That would be where the sternum is.

You've got nothing apart from spinning tall tales. You proved it by contradicting yourself.

Motto of this site is "Deny Ignorance" NOT "Embrace Lies".



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 08:06 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....




Your picture shows ribs that aren't attached at the front at all. It also lacks a sternum.
it is attatched at the top, and I drew the sternum a bit small, drawing in paint isnt easy, I just did it as fast as I could. Like I said, I am waiting for some other people to do an actual pencil drawing who could show a much better job than me on the computer for 5 minutes.


You didn't draw any ribs connected together. Not a single pair connect.

You also said they don't connect at the front, multiple times.

Now they connect at front, but at the top. That would be where the sternum is.

You've got nothing apart from spinning tall tales. You proved it by contradicting yourself.

Motto of this site is "Deny Ignorance" NOT "Embrace Lies".


Omg....lol, ok, whatever helps you sleep at night... You know other people reading have their own minds and can see your agenda. Lol... WOW.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 08:08 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: TerryDon79

originally posted by: hidingthistime

originally posted by: Orborus
Human anatomy HAS changed, or at least some people have been transferred into a reality/history in which the body anatomy is different from their basic knowledge of our anatomy. This is not exclusive just to human anatomy either, the changes we (those 'moved' - not even sure if that's the case but let's assume that's the cause for now) percieve are also perceptible in animal anatomy - even dinosaur skeletons have changed or are now perceptible as different.

In my history the rib cage was always clasping the vital organs (heart, lungs) coming out from the spine. It was not from memory connected to the sternum aside from the very top of the chest, so the sternum was shorter, thinner and less prominent on diagrams/photos/dissections whatever material you would see of it. The sternum was often negligible in representations - if it were as obvious as today's sternum most would remember it (we basically have a necktie bone smack bang in the center now). In addition NO land-dwelling animal had front-clasping ribs growing out from the sternum, and none had a 'box-type' rib cage in which you have a dual-clasping structure of ribs from the front meeting up with ribs from the back. It was just ribs coming from the back.

Organ placement and size is quite different too, the heart was somewhat more to the left (but still central), the lungs and rib cage were further down in the chest, we never had ribs in the neck, that just seems alien to me and it really emphasises the muscles above the shoulders and around the neck now.

Our hips were less of a 'bowl' shape, the vestigal holes were I believe larger and further up in the hip bone (rather than today where they are right under the pelvis).

The shoulder blades were bigger such that when you spread your arms you could make the bones touch - I distinctly recall doing this many times throughout life, often without even trying. Now the bones are less wide and far apart you simply can't do that. I also believe they were more convex rather than today's concave.

The skull was different, we never had prominent backing bones in the eye sockets (all eye sockets would be simply a deep black due to the shadow of the interior of the skull). Our jaw line seems to go up further, wider chin. The freaking brain is different - grey matter was denser, more wrinkled and more evenly packed. Nowaday's brain has wrinkles that seem to vary in size, more uneven. Our cerebellum was also a different shape (was less spherical) and larger.

These are not insignificant changes, and easily noticeable if you remember even a hint of what was depicted of the other anatomy (in whatever representation you might look at).

I am deadly serious btw, and I think soon more people will be noticing the shift. Most however are probably native to this history and will be understandably bemused. To those people I say: don't be so quick to write this off as poor memory or poor student or poor education materials etc.

I was a keen student of anatomy and of paleontology. I wasn't a professional in either area but I studied many different representations, fossils and dissections etc. prior to the changes I have only just become aware of (in the past week). Something shifted possibly this year.

and THIS guy especially! He was even farther back, but he gets it, as he came from the same place I am guessing..


Apart from he says the ribs were connected at the front at the top. You said they weren't connected at all. Big difference.
lol, I DREW a picture of them connected to the spine in the back and the tiny sternum at the front, I DREW it to try to explain what I meant better than words..... take a look, a picture explains a lot better than trying to defend a word salad gaslighter....




Your picture shows ribs that aren't attached at the front at all. It also lacks a sternum.
it is attatched at the top, and I drew the sternum a bit small, drawing in paint isnt easy, I just did it as fast as I could. Like I said, I am waiting for some other people to do an actual pencil drawing who could show a much better job than me on the computer for 5 minutes.


You didn't draw any ribs connected together. Not a single pair connect.

You also said they don't connect at the front, multiple times.

Now they connect at front, but at the top. That would be where the sternum is.

You've got nothing apart from spinning tall tales. You proved it by contradicting yourself.

Motto of this site is "Deny Ignorance" NOT "Embrace Lies".


Omg....lol, ok, whatever helps you sleep at night... You know other people reading have their own minds and can see your agenda. Lol... WOW.


The other people reading will see how much you've been lying.

My agenda? Because I've posted 3 threads to do with ME? Nope, that would be you.

Your ribs are fine. Your lying, on the other hand, can be dangerous.

ME is nothing more than faulty memory.
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 08:11 PM
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a reply to: hidingthistime

Anyway. I'll leave you to your delusions and lies. I just hope no one falls for it.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 08:24 PM
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originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: hidingthistime

Anyway. I'll leave you to your delusions and lies. I just hope no one falls for it.
Alrighty, whatever floats your boat....


Thanks for all the thread bumping.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 09:44 PM
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Here is a great poll
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 09:55 PM
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a reply to: hidingthistime


This sternum does look rather large.....


I just don't know HTT......im not ruling it out though!
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 10:06 PM
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Guys, something is awefully wrong here.

The topic of this thread has changed to talking about anatomy.. that and my computer no longer runs on fossil fuels.

I used to have to reset the tape and crank the gears a few times before putting the oil in, but now it starts streight up with blue lights.

I'm worried




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