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Pegging the Looney Meter: Nature's Harmonic Time Cube 4-Day Creation Principle

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posted on Nov, 4 2002 @ 10:26 PM


Any dumb a$s should know that a prime
meridian does not just pass through the
Greenwich point, but it also passes as a
great circle through both poles, crossing
the equator at 2 opposite points, dividing
Earth into 2 halves of light and darkness,
with each its own 24 hour rotation - in a
single rotation of Earth. Can you explain
the harmonic symmetry that demands a
second great circle meridian to create
sunup and sundown corner quadrants?
There are 4 simultaneous 24 hour days
within a single rotation of the Earth.
You may be too damn evil to accept it.

Since I have informed you of Nature's
Harmonic Time Cube 4-Day Creation
Principle, your stupidity is no longer
the issue. For now, the issue is just
how evil you are for ignoring Life's
Highest Order, and just how long the
Time Cube will allow you to plunder
Earth before inflicting hell upon you.


[Edited on 5-11-2002 by William]

posted on Nov, 4 2002 @ 10:36 PM
Actually the guy who wrote that is quite the respected professor at RUI or whatever...a branch of MIT.

And while his theories about how the rotation of the earth contorts space time in such away that there are really 4 paralell days in just one day may hold merrit....he is still completely insane with his whole conspiracy rant...and how you should kill your teachers if they deny the time cube.

He's essentially the equivalent of a mad scientest

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posted on Nov, 5 2002 @ 12:15 AM
looney site, been around a long time, the guy's a nut and not well respected anywhere, as far as I know.
But in any case, it's wrong because
(a) it's the sun that rotates
(b) the earth is flat, anyway.

posted on Nov, 6 2002 @ 11:49 AM
Heck, I can prove a hexagonal day.

I wonder if he'd pay me for that?

posted on Nov, 6 2002 @ 11:46 PM
You can't prove a hexagonal day, you can't even prove the 4 day thing that guy is blabbing about.

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