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Originally posted by darkelf
reply to post by D0MiNAT0R 1OOO
Watches are often shown in ads set at 10:10. This prevents the hands from obstructing the brand name on the watch.
Originally posted by ReelView
Time simply doesn't exist as part of nature. There is no plane or planes in existence being manufactured each moment to accommodate the continuum between one moment and the next. A record of history exists in the Akash, the near future exists as ideas not yet decided. Both are perceivable. Time as a 4th dimension is a science fiction and science idea to demonstrate the continuation of historic events. It is not a natural reality.
Einstein was a fraud used to take attention off of Tesla and real science so the Illuminati could continue to control it's advance. Where Einstein may have had some validity comes from other people who proceeded him and "ghost writers".
Time Travel is not to be confused with rapid movement through space.
In prehistoric and historic time, Inuit peoples wore flattened walrus ivory "glasses," looking through narrow slits to block harmful reflected rays of the sun.
It is said that the Roman emperor Nero liked to watch gladiator fights with emeralds. These, however, appear to have worked rather like mirrors. Sunglasses made from flat panes of smoky quartz, which offered no corrective powers but did protect the eyes from glare were used in China in the 12th century or possibly earlier. Ancient documents describe the use of such crystal sunglasses by judges in ancient Chinese courts to conceal their facial expressions while questioning witnesses.
James Ayscough began experimenting with tinted lenses in spectacles in the mid-18th century, around 1752. These were not "sunglasses" as that term is now used; Ayscough believed blue- or green-tinted glass could correct for specific vision impairments. Protection from the Sun's rays was not a concern for him.
Yellow/amber and brown-tinted spectacles were also a commonly prescribed item for people with syphilis in the 19th[dubious – discuss] and early 20th centuries because sensitivity to light was one of the symptoms of the disease.