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My new hobby is at you making silly statements like that.

You have posted a particularly huge volume of nonsense without interference from me.

Accuracy is something that you refuse to understand.

Historical documented pyramid measurements mean nothing to you.

The mathematical case has been quite easy to summarize against your nonsense.

You believe that you have used "holographic memories"

of an ancient Egyptian experience in cultural pyramid geometry,

yet you couldn't understand a pittance of their ancient pi progressions,

which are actually quite versatile and highly efficient, yet easy to follow.

plenty of threads here at HM for you to enjoy where you have nobody bothering you

Epic

I seem to remember your endless posts on health issues,

were an enormous compendium of paranoid data dump ravings,

and that you had odd paranoia issues with your wife and her whip.

"data dump"

were your exact own words ... as to your volume of material in that thread.

Everything you data dump here is your nonsense from another forum where you posted it in the past.

And I will post my material here when I damn well please, by the ways.

You didn't get chastised or harrased,

you got educated in what accuracy really looks like ... with real math.

But I did see the Aztec calendar there a few posts back.

I have excellent images of it.

Found a book at the university in the oversize section with a huge image of it,

and then took a huge photo of that.

{but we will use a net image for now}

Interestingly in the very top of the artifact, is the box between two triangles pointing at it,

and it has the 13 dots.

The inner most circle of boxes has 20 boxes, and the next circle has 36 boxes total {with 5 dots each}.

But curiously,

if you look at that inner circle of twenty boxes --- or a circle with twenty points,

{thus 20 sections of 18 degrees}

you can do this:

you can draw 20 perfect pentagons within that circle,

with the pentagon apex at each point.

And if you look even closer inside that circle of points,

and at the interior alignments of the larger box motif alignments,

it becomes clear that pentagonal geometry is one intended function of expression.

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Quote:Vi's new hobby is going to be making ad homimen attacks on everything I post,

My new hobby is at you making silly statements like that.

You have posted a particularly huge volume of nonsense without interference from me.

Accuracy is something that you refuse to understand.

Historical documented pyramid measurements mean nothing to you.

The mathematical case has been quite easy to summarize against your nonsense.

You believe that you have used "holographic memories"

of an ancient Egyptian experience in cultural pyramid geometry,

yet you couldn't understand a pittance of their ancient pi progressions,

which are actually quite versatile and highly efficient, yet easy to follow.

Quote:Apparently the one thread I tried to restrict myself to here,

so I don't haven't to listen to him and Wook's paranoid ravings

plenty of threads here at HM for you to enjoy where you have nobody bothering you

Epic

I seem to remember your endless posts on health issues,

were an enormous compendium of paranoid data dump ravings,

and that you had odd paranoia issues with your wife and her whip.

"data dump"

were your exact own words ... as to your volume of material in that thread.

Everything you data dump here is your nonsense from another forum where you posted it in the past.

And I will post my material here when I damn well please, by the ways.

You didn't get chastised or harrased,

you got educated in what accuracy really looks like ... with real math.

But I did see the Aztec calendar there a few posts back.

I have excellent images of it.

Found a book at the university in the oversize section with a huge image of it,

and then took a huge photo of that.

{but we will use a net image for now}

Interestingly in the very top of the artifact, is the box between two triangles pointing at it,

and it has the 13 dots.

The inner most circle of boxes has 20 boxes, and the next circle has 36 boxes total {with 5 dots each}.

But curiously,

if you look at that inner circle of twenty boxes --- or a circle with twenty points,

{thus 20 sections of 18 degrees}

you can do this:

you can draw 20 perfect pentagons within that circle,

with the pentagon apex at each point.

And if you look even closer inside that circle of points,

and at the interior alignments of the larger box motif alignments,

it becomes clear that pentagonal geometry is one intended function of expression.

...