posted on Oct, 4 2012 @ 06:43 PM
Although this device is fascinating - it's simple just a smaller version of the math and science ancient man has used for at least 7000 years AD -
Only 2 thousand years this for this device.. when the knowledge was around 5000 years before It ! - It simply took 5000 years to be able to put some
of that math and science into a small device.
Here's why I think this:
I'm reading a book just now called Earth Magic by Francis Hitching published in 1977. It's all about Stonehenge and other Megaliths throughout the
world. He highlights the studies of these megaliths and the various methods of examination archeologists employed on them. It's interesting because
you see how archeology changes over the years and how flawed it is, being fraught with very unscientific methods even in present day. Many so called
confirmed findings have to be continually re-confirmed or tossed out altogether as real science is now starting to be applied to archeology. Many of
the old beliefs that are now proven untrue are still being circulated as fact today.
He has a chapter called Unwritten Science. In this chapter he tells of how it is now accepted as fact ( based on the work of Professor Alexander Thom
who discovered the megalithic yard ( a yard stick used by ancients all over the world ) en.wikipedia.org...
and others that
has been re-examined and shown to live up to computational scrutiny) that Stonehenge and many other megaliths are proven to be very precise
instruments of calculating/observing the positions of the sun, moon, eclipse's, the moons standstill phases and other other data. These measurements
were not general measurements, but very exact. It is shown in consecutive years how megalithic man kept improving his technique striving for
mathematical perfection - long before written language existed. Modern man didn't re-discover these until some centuries after 100 AD. These
megaliths in question and the peoples that built them predate 100 AD by at least 7,000 years. This predates the flood of the Bible by at least 3000