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reply to post by olaru12
The religious crowd is crazy but on the flip side of the coin is the science crowd and guess what they are just as messed up.
I do not like Bill I personally think he is progressive scum bag who is trying to brainwash the youth. He is part of a framework to use propaganda and fear as tools for change. The religious crowd is just as crazy just in a different way.
reply to post by Justoneman
Man's inventions DOES affect earth natural pattern. If you think otherwise, As a microbiologist, i have done my share of environmental microbiology. There are things man made that nature suffers to get rid of.
If Man was more like animals,i would say man cannot affect earth, but we make some dangerous things with our evolved mind.
reply to post by Grimpachi
The idea that some sheephearders in the desert had a direct connection with a all knowing creator of the universe who were also told a bunch of scientifically imposible and universal inaccuracies is the epitome of ignorant blatherings.
or some uneducated sheepherders were told dumbed down truths because they wouldn't be able to understand the real science behind the universe.
see what happens when you take out loaded terminology and bias?
reply to post by NewAgeMan
I remember your thread and I also remember what you were told. The alignments are close but still far enough off to disprove. Hundreds of miles or more. Yes it looks neat but proves nothing except it looks neat.
Octagons are cool as well I bet we can find a lot of things that sort of kind of line up with them as well. So what?
In the diagram above, the big triangle is the same proportion and angle of the Great Pyramid, with its base angles at 51 degrees 51 minutes. If you bisect this triangle and assign a value of 1 to each base, then the hypotenuse (the side opposite the right angle) equals phi (1.618..) and the perpendicular side equals the square root of phi. And that’s not all. A circle is drawn with it’s centre and diameter the same as the base of the large triangle. This represents the circumference of the earth. A square is then drawn to touch the outside of the earth circle. A second circle is then drawn around the first one, with its circumference equal to the perimeter of the square. (The squaring of the circle.)
This new circle will actually pass exactly through the apex of the pyramid. And now the “wow”: A circle drawn with its centre at the apex of the pyramid and its radius just long enough to touch the earth circle, will have the circumference of the moon! Neat, huh! And the small triangle formed by the moon and the earth square will be a perfect 345 triangle
Ref 2: nexusilluminati.blogspot.ca...
Ref 3: Strange Moon Facts
The Moon is the only natural satellite of the Earth and the fifth largest moon in the Solar System. It is the largest natural satellite of a planet in the Solar System relative to the size of its primary, having 27% the diameter and 60% the density of Earth. Among satellites with known densities, the Moon is the second densest, after Io, a satellite of Jupiter. The Moon/Earth system is the only singular planet-moon system in the Solar System.
The Emmy-winning scientist angered a few audience members when he criticized literal interpretation of the biblical verse Genesis 1:16, which reads: “God made two great lights – the greater light to govern the day and the lesser light to govern the night. He also made the stars.” He pointed out that the sun, the “greater light,” is but one of countless stars and that the “lesser light” is the moon, which really is not a light at all, rather a reflector of light.
Come on. Both are wrong.
The Moon doesn't emit light. And it doesn't reflect light.
It's the souls that it devours that make it shine so bright!
Where's John Lear when you need him?
reply to post by Grimpachi
Just like Phage your atheist bias blinds you to the significance of the data.
Like saying that a perfect eclipse isn't exactly perfect, or that the earth isn't a perfect sphere. The moon also has bumps on it, but none of that alters the nature of the geometrical relationships described.
edit on 7-11-2013 by NewAgeMan because: typo
I realize that the notion of an evolutionary Christianity and a cosmic Christ is a little hard to fathom for some people especially if they've got a strong bias against it, but for the scientifically minded and the curious who might be acquainted with this type of inquiry, it's not so far fetched especially when there is data to support it.
Most will simply proceed to continue to parrot the exact same thing they did before encountering the information as if it was never presented, but I have faith in the curious reader who is interested in learning new things and looking at it all in new ways. For them it might be utterly astounding and breathtaking as I've discovered it to be.
I'm not really offering the info and speaking to, the "brick wall" member or reader anyway.
I am sorry though that I somehow failed in my communication to you that you missed it what was being presented, that you didn't get it, but again as I said not everyone can be expected to take it in and recognize it for what it is and signifies.
For me, and everyone, or anyone in particular, it's the kind of thing that when you find it and make the discovery and the connection, comes to you by surprise and not by expectation because the information, prior to comprehension, resided in the domain of an unknown unknown or what you didn't even know you didn't know, so it isn't an easy thing to take in, no matter how in your face or plain as day it may be, and for the record, total number of stars doesn't diminish it in the least, but only magnifies it's splendor and magnificence.
"There is a principal which serves as a bar against all information and proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance. That principal is called - contempt, prior to investigation."
~ Herbert Spencer, Scientist.