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Now I will tell you what magnetic current is. Magnetic current is the same as electric current. Current is a wrong expression. Really it is not one current, they are two currents, one current is composed of North Pole individual magnets in concentrated streams and the other is composed of South Pole individual magnets in concentrated streams, and they are running one stream against the other stream in whirling, screwlike fashion, and with high speed. One current alone if it be North Pole magnet current or South Pole magnet current it cannot run alone.
Many buildings reflect sound in the most interesting way; clapping your hands or stepping sharply on the temple steps creates an echo that sounds like a squawking bird or Coati tails Coati tails Apparently they have their tails up like this so that predators will be distracted and attack the tails first. They sure look funny when there are twenty of them trotting around in the undergrowth. tree frog. It is unclear whether this function of the temples was intentional or accidental, but either way, it is extraordinary.
A handclap at the base of Kukulcan's staircase generates what Lubman calls a "chirped echo"—a "chir-roop" sound that first ascends and then falls, like the cry of the native quetzal.
To Lubman, the dimensions of Kukulcan's steps suggest that the builders intended just such an acoustical mimicry. The lower steps have a short tread length and high riser—tough to climb but perfect for producing a high-pitched "chir" sound. The steps higher up make a lower-pitched "roop."
Originally posted by hangedman13
Sheesh and I was stuck with that one temple that made a shadow like a snake.
Originally posted by triplescorpio
Very interesting are there any proposed reasons for this acoustical masterpiece what purpose did they serve any guesses folks???.
And even though i hate speculation there appears to be a coralation and the evidence stares right at us that the pyramid builders at the very least had some kind of contact with each other long before the accepted time period.