posted on Feb, 15 2013 @ 04:39 PM
reply to post by AboveBoard
The Egyptian hieroglyph that looks like a land speeder out of star wars and a helicopter has been debunked 1,000 times. One pharaoh wrote over the
inscription made by another pharaoh, that's all. Here is one site, out of hundreds, that explain it.
heiroglyph debunked
If it was a schematic of any kind it would contain some sort of key to show scale, or some way to show proper orientation and depth. Without a scale
or proper orientation we are looking at lines in the dirt. I do think that the lines are some kind of message though, great find!
Any math geeks out there? Math in many way's, is the universal language. If aliens or an ancient culture wanted to communicate a complex message, it
would make sense that they would utilize math. Has anyone tried imputing the lines into a computer and coming up with some kind of mathematical
formula. The line's may be some sort of mathematical message. Since we clearly don't have the whole picture, there may be some benefit to comparing
lines of equations that are present from the Lines with commonly known and applied equations we use today. Just like deciphering an ancient language,
you would then be able to make educated guesses regarding how to organize the messages. In theory at some point some sort of grammar would present
itself. Reducing the lines to math may be the most scientific way of looking at this phenomenon as it is not dependent on subjective aesthetic
interpretation. I never made it past calculus, so I'm not sure if what i'm saying holds any water.
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