reply to post by PennyQ
Thank you. Thank you. Whenever someone else does the circles, it makes me feel not crazy. Cause I'm right. Ya, and the little yellow is so noticable
as well. I never even got into that one or the others because I just wanted people to see and believe in the obvious ones. It looks so beautiful and
real. I hate being computer inadequate. I just know what I know and it's hard to change my brain at this time. I get too stress out and stress kills.
Could you do another one. And put little dots to show ground zero. It's where he circles intersect and you can place a straight line connecting all
What do you think about these circles? How obvious were the arcs once you started? Do tell. And thank you thank you thank you.
And please, everyone, put up your version and be as precise as you want. It's simple geometery. And if you can scale it to demark the rate of
continental drift, it can be shown the the time periods in betweeen events matchs the three extinct events I assumed. I don't like even thinking
about this project. I'm actually able to do the math if I pushed myself, but my disorder makes it impossible due to my lootbag of challenges.
I should say that I am in agreement with the geological study which states that Belcher Island and the arc were not created by an asteroid impact.
There's good science to show there was no rebound effect.
I'm, staring at your math homework and it's marvelous. Notice how the circles intersect. And there's a couple of other prominent arc may notice.
All I can say is that this is not chance. It is not fortitious. Geometery isn't random. This proves it. I don't know why more people on You Tube
haven't ran with this. If Penny can do it, then it's a repeatable thing. That's science isn't it. Being able to reproduce the same result. So
anyone can find the arcs and then intersect them to find the points at which something amazing happened. These are precise points.
Seeing is believing. Please everyone. Do it yourself. Find these points and wonder to yourself, what could have happened at this spot. It's there.
It's not a trick. How can you get a massive body of water with arc that when extended on that precise arc, intersect and fill the entire body. It's
not random. But that's what's the geologist think.
I think they're wrong. Do the map and post it and then tell me what you think caused this obvious pattern. Tell me how the holes got there. These
perfect circles. And it's no crop circle hoax. I wasn't around when it was formed.
It was discoverd by western Europeans 400 years ago.
Geologists think Hudson Bay was formed by the wieght of glaciers during the ice age.
Whatever happened, it made these arc and created this geometery somehow. And that needs serious scientfic investigation. And that's not happening.
I've tried but been dissmissed. Hope I have better luck with your help. So please do the circles. Freak out your friends. It's not uncool to like
math. I'm trying to convince my seven year old son of that now. Please help. Help.
The circles are making me crazier. Someone else needs to tell me what they are. Or tell me I'm right. sorry went off on a rant there. it's the
[edit on 6-4-2010 by Robin Marks]