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Top-Hats and Dunce Caps...Honestly, Of Whom am I Thinkin' ?
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This is the Education of Lincoln.
Courtesy of the Hidden Mission Members. Bump
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#2
Hmm2
Quote:No mountain is too tall if your first step is belief. -Anonymous
...Because even if there were no artifacts anywhere, not studying things of interest is an extreme disservice to science. -Tarius
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#3
Hi A,

It seems that your thread is loaded with History.

Unfortunatetely if I had been in a UK A-levels systems , it seems that I would have passed only a couple of it, I went like a roller-coaster in scholl-marks, 19 of of 20 for some, 6 out of 20 for other... soz but that was History (was a bit better at Geography, lol)

was even better at MATHS, says it all, Nocomment Applause

ah ah, but Yes, go on, elucidating 'us',

TC!
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#4
Since you Fashion yourself as an american icon online...

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I will Fashion a Head-Dress for You then,to contain the thoughts that will burst from your new mind.


The Outer-diameter of the 'Top hat' ICON brimband is ~3397 = 334 Pixels.

The Inner-diameter of the 'Top hat' ICON headband is ~1947 = 195 Pixels.


This 'Top hat' is given the right to our new member Lincoln in good faith,
as a true token of our appreciation  as educators.

It is a Volume measure.
The Cylinder of this Top hat has these dimensions.

Outer Radius =
Diameter = 3,397 = 340 pixels
Inner Radius  =
Diameter = 1,947 =195 pixels

Height  = 3,333 = 333 pixels

Volume  = 39673.52

This "Top Hat" is crowned on a Sphere @~73.35 North or South.

It Has a Current Precedant That will show the Former President...
How a proper Head-dress is made...by the Rise of the Anomalists. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/mellow.gif" alt="Mellow" title="mellow" />


I ain't no Betsy Ross,but This is a THREAD and I sure do know it needs a needle to Sew it all up in Lincoln's mind.
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#5
Damn!...
That Betsy Ross part was a zinger!
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Ouch!

Edit:

The Volume of Your top Hat.
The Value you'll never top that.
This VOLUME!!! you can't hear
Never whispered in your ear.





To all who Re- Read this thread:

***Writing itself in from the nascent future of march 17/2015




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Quote:Teaching science to the brain: How the brain learns the way things work

March 17, 2015

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When you learn a new technical concept, something happens in your brain, but exactly what has been a mystery until now.For the first time, Carnegie Mellon University scientists have traced the brain processes that occur during the learning of technical concepts. Published in NeuroImage, the findings reveal how new technical knowledge is built up in the brain during the course of different learning stages. The findings foreshadow the capability to assess the effectiveness of instruction and efficiency of learning by monitoring changes in the brain. Credit: Carnegie Mellon University

[quote]When you learn a new technical concept, something happens in your brain, but exactly what has been a mystery until now.

neurogenesis.

This is the Education of Lincoln.

For the first time, Carnegie Mellon University scientists have traced the brain processes that occur during the learning of technical concepts. Published in NeuroImage, the findings reveal how new technical knowledge is built up in the brain during the course of different learning stages. The findings foreshadow the capability to assess the effectiveness of instruction and efficiency of learning by monitoring changes in the brain.

"This study yields an initial, brain-grounded, theory of learning of mechanical systems that can be related to the instructional methods and resulting cognitive processes that underlie science learning.

It will be possible to assess whether some instructional sequences lead to better - or more expert-like - brain outcomes than other sequences.
This will enable instructors to 'teach to the brain' instead of 'teaching to the test,'" said Marcel Just, the D. O. Hebb University Professor of Psychology in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Just and his CMU colleague Robert Mason, the lead author of the study, scanned the brains of 16 healthy adults as they learned for the first time how four common mechanical systems work. While inside the brain scanner, the participants were shown a series of pictures, diagrams and text that described the internal workings of a bathroom scale, fire extinguisher, automobile braking system and trumpet.

The explanation sequence allowed the researchers to examine the participants' brain states after each learning step. For example, the bathroom scale was presented with a schematic diagram and description, "A bathroom scale consists of a lever, a spring, a ratchet and a dial." Then, the operation of the scale was described in a set of causal explanations such as, "The person's weight exerts a downward force on a lever. The lever pulls a spring downward in proportion to the weight." The relevant parts of the schematic design were highlighted with each explanation sentence.

Just and Mason were able to use the fMRI images to follow how each new concept made its way from the words and pictures to neural representations over many regions of the brain.

Interestingly, they found that the neural representations progressed through several stages, with each stage involving different parts of the brain that play different roles(Improv). At first, the mechanical systems were represented primarily visually, in terms of their physical layout. In middle stages, the learners used mental animation, imagining the motion of the mechanical components to infer how they interacted in a causal chain, engaging a cortically diverse network of parietal, temporal and frontal regions. By the end of the instruction, the participants imagined how a person (most likely themselves) would interact with the system, using both their frontal and motor brain regions.

"Neuroimaging allows us to investigate not just the end state but also the intermediate brain states during learning," said Mason, a senior research psychologist and member of the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC). "After you learn a force applied to an enclosed fluid is involved in the workings of a car's brakes, and you also learn how a force applied to an enclosed fluid is involved in the workings of a fire extinguisher, the brain representations of these two very different systems increase in their similarity to each other.

This provides evidence that appropriate instruction can bring out the fundamental understanding of how things work at a deep level.

In the future, teaching to this deep level as measured in terms of brain representations may be applicable to other disciplines and scientific concepts."

This novel research merges brain science and instructional innovation(Improv), two of Carnegie Mellon's university-wide initiatives. As the birthplace of artificial intelligence and cognitive psychology, Carnegie Mellon has been a leader in the study of brain and behavior for more than 50 years. The university has created some of the first cognitive tutors, helped to develop the Jeopardy-winning Watson, founded a groundbreaking doctoral program in neural computation, and completed cutting-edge work in understanding the genetics of autism. Building on its strengths in biology, computer science, psychology, statistics and engineering, CMU recently launched BrainHub, a global initiative that focuses on how the structure and activity of the brain give rise to complex behaviors.

Named for Herbert Simon, the late CMU Nobel Laureate, professor and co-founder of artificial intelligence, the Simon Initiative harnesses a cross-disciplinary ecosystem of learning science that has developed over several decades at CMU, with the goal of measurably improving student learning outcomes.


Explore further: Neuroscientists identify new way several brain areas communicate

More information: Physics instruction induces changes in neural knowledge representation during successive stages of learning, DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.12.086
Journal reference:  Provided by  Carnegie Mellon University 
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#6
Hey Lincoln...

Alee...alee ...in come free

Going to be a no-show?

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#7
Now now,
let's not be instigative, for all we know Lincoln could be another O2,
and there is nothing wrong with being truly skeptical.
On a satellite I ride. Nothing down below can hide.
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#8
Ok.ok... Hmm2  Hmmmmmmm....

Enjoy.

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'I ain't no Betsy Ross'  Cheers  Lincoln.
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#9
Quote:for all we know Lincoln could be another O2

I'm even sceptical that I can be so skeptical, but like the UFO
investigations being released by Brit military, Nick Pope commented
that 80% can be ruled out, 15% are neither this nor that (my wording)
but 5% are really interesting!

As to whether we have been visited he said "I can't rule that out"!

Just keeping up with Brit tradition, but the more information that
comes out the more people will say they are keeping the big story
that UFO's are just a screen for other military activity, alive!

There's more than a fair share of that 5% within the threads here
across all topics. As for Lincoln, I'll judge his true colours in time.
There's a thin line between initiation and instigation. I don't see
EA's approach is in any way harmfull to relations within these pages,
because truth works both ways and many a time it's difficult to
say who's right or who's wrong!

Cheers
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#10
I'll Mind my manners in here ...
and gentlemanly "hat-tip" you see
Because 02 stands here
on two FEET  of Serendipity.

I instigate not,
yet, situate well
I Initiate not,
Cydonia's tale shall tell
Brutal Truths and dispell the Myths of others
Lincoln is an outcast but we'll make him our brother.



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grain 1/180 0.00025m Å¡e u??atu
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#11
I have nothing but my appreciation to offer this fine thread, but i am getting good laugh out of it!

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#12
Please don't laugh.
Not a Pugilistic Pillory,No,no,no.

It is a actually Me and Orpbit2 doing needlework...
(Howz dat fur fine thread...Eh Mo' ???)

Recast the past:

O2:

Quote:Mind you, I was never very good at knitting,
could do with some high tech socks!

viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7632&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=38

I ain't no Betsy Ross either!!!

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#13
My knitting skills are improving EA. Winter's round the corner so
I've had to take out thicker needles for my next pair. I thought
size 10 (UK/Canadian measure) should be fine for now - that's 3.3 metric!

I get my stuff from "Laughing Hens"

http://www.laughinghens.com/knitting-accessories.asp

I guess you get yours from "Laughing Ducks", that's on a bearing
of 19.5 deg East from your abode. Gets you right to the centre
of The Face Shopping Mall!

No offence meant to those who might interpret "Laughing Ducks"
differently, and hey Morbius - keep on laughing. Like Bob says
we have to laugh our way through life - or we die early. THM
members enjoy long and happy lives!

It's a serious business strategy.

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#14
Whew, thought u were talkin about me.
Muaha
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#15
Quote:Whew, thought u were talkin about me.
Muaha

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#16
No, no, carry on, it's very good talking about Abraham Lincoln,
I bet that, if the expression" turning in your own grave" would be accurate, then Lincoln would nowadays, from all the distant learnt history I can gather,

The American Constitution and the Human Rights,

What did you want to show and say?

It can be very interesting as something like 55%? or more or less of Americans tend to get their minds sucked into most new things... maybe I exaggerate the percentages. I don't know, but, please tell us why you think that bringing him back to our contemporary world is a worthy incentive (I think this too)

PS it can just be 0.5 % really, what do you think, American People?
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#17
Quote:????? ?? ???? ?????? [????? ?]
(????? ?) ?? ???? [?????? ?]
(?????? ?) ?? ????

This isn't about 'Abe',  Mag, honestly. Bricks

But nonetheless it still relays thoughts/words/concepts/abstracts and fuzzy logic.

If you were Zaccharia Sitchen Or Dr. Mike Hiesler you would be able to faithfully interpret this script.

It is of course Hebrew.
and it is another Mnemonic device that auto-registers like a Plug-and-Play device into the Author: Lincoln's mind .333 seconds after he lays eyes upon it.

Yep.
I slipped that Mickey right in there "Linc"...too late,your synapses already fired it around inside before you could react,or 'Duck and take cover.

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#18
An alien tongue to most of us.
Yet...translated into American English =

Translation

????? ?? ???? ?????? [????? ?]
(????? ?) ?? ???? [?????? ?]
(?????? ?) ?? ????


Quote:  Worship

"His legs of iron, his feet part of iron and part of clay".

Daniel/2:33

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#19
"Meanwhile, high above your head, a new portal is opening, connecting your planet to the sun."

Magnetic Portals Connect Sun And Earth
ScienceDaily (Nov. 2, 2008) — During the time it takes you to read this article, something will happen high overhead that until recently many scientists didn't believe in. A magnetic portal will open, linking Earth to the sun 93 million miles away. Tons of high-energy particles may flow through the opening before it closes again, around the time you reach the end of the page.
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"It's called a flux transfer event or 'FTE,'" says space physicist David Sibeck of the Goddard Space Flight Center. "Ten years ago I was pretty sure they didn't exist, but now the evidence is incontrovertible."

Indeed, today Sibeck is telling an international assembly of space physicists at the 2008 Plasma Workshop in Huntsville, Alabama, that FTEs are not just common, but possibly twice as common as anyone had ever imagined.

Researchers have long known that the Earth and sun must be connected. Earth's magnetosphere (the magnetic bubble that surrounds our planet) is filled with particles from the sun that arrive via the solar wind and penetrate the planet's magnetic defenses. They enter by following magnetic field lines that can be traced from terra firma all the way back to the sun's atmosphere.

Quote:"We used to think the connection was permanent and that solar wind could trickle into the near-Earth environment anytime the wind was active," says Sibeck. "We were wrong. The connections are not steady at all. They are often brief, bursty and very dynamic."

Several speakers at the Workshop have outlined how FTEs form: On the dayside of Earth (the side closest to the sun), Earth's magnetic field presses against the sun's magnetic field. Approximately every eight minutes, the two fields briefly merge or "reconnect," forming a portal through which particles can flow. The portal takes the form of a magnetic cylinder about as wide as Earth. The European Space Agency's fleet of four Cluster spacecraft and NASA's five THEMIS probes have flown through and surrounded these cylinders, measuring their dimensions and sensing the particles that shoot through. "They're real," says Sibeck.

Now that Cluster and THEMIS have directly sampled FTEs, theorists can use those measurements to simulate FTEs in their computers and predict how they might behave. Space physicist Jimmy Raeder of the University of New Hampshire presented one such simulation at the Workshop. He told his colleagues that the cylindrical portals tend to form above Earth's equator and then roll over Earth's winter pole. In December, FTEs roll over the north pole; in July they roll over the south pole.

Sibeck believes this is happening twice as often as previously thought. "I think there are two varieties of FTEs: active and passive." Active FTEs are magnetic cylinders that allow particles to flow through rather easily; they are important conduits of energy for Earth's magnetosphere. Passive FTEs are magnetic cylinders that offer more resistance; their internal structure does not admit such an easy flow of particles and fields. (For experts: Active FTEs form at equatorial latitudes when the IMF tips south; passive FTEs form at higher latitudes when the IMF tips north.) Sibeck has calculated the properties of passive FTEs and he is encouraging his colleagues to hunt for signs of them in data from THEMIS and Cluster. "Passive FTEs may not be very important, but until we know more about them we can't be sure."

Quote:There are many unanswered questions: Why do the portals form every 8 minutes? How do magnetic fields inside the cylinder twist and coil? "We're doing some heavy thinking about this at the Workshop," says Sibeck.

 

Quote:"...Meanwhile, high above your head, a new portal is opening, connecting your planet to the sun."

 I will Fashion a Head-Dress for You then,to contain the thoughts that will burst from your new mind.  Mellow

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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 ... 093713.htm
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Adapted from materials provided by Science@NASA. Original article written by Dr. Tony

Phillips.


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EA I saw that article too and posted about it somewhere but can't remember where Lmao

The Hidden Mission Forum members have been right more often than NASA and PIs...

not to mention Keith's outstanding MOCs to land two tiny rovers still going strong Worship Applause Applause :ARRR:

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#21
Just for the recent new members  Smoke
you are NOT here.

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Wich is why we can distinguish ourselves to Lincoln and maybe he'll feel we are worthy enough to finally get to read his writings.
We love to read and many are voracious readers so maybe we will be graced by our authors collection of works.

I'd like to do some reading ,eh Bob? Cheers .
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#22
Yah, figured it was time to wrap up the old and start a new thread.



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Happy Days, comes to mind, personally. What a trip .......... . .. ... .. . . . . . ...



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#23
Dunno

But I think your posts are the most thought inspiring and backed by current concensus of majority thought on science, religion and well... just about
Fireworks

See Linkin'...
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#24
Anyways...
Link:of course there was a Point I was trying to make before angelfire may have unintentionally sent you a tad off-course. <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/stars.gif" alt="Stars" title="stars" />

So... back to the present.

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Though a Fictional "ICON" Uncale Sam is in the "constitutes --- fair use"when the Costitution itself seems unfairly used and more likely abused--- domain.
He can Stand for recruiting top anomalistic researchers as easy as he can hood-wink you into invading Iraq, soldier, and: Thatz an Order!.

Since America Uses Egyptian Symbology at will...I take as perogative to use American Iconography at will to counter-balance the Mind games.
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#26
Are you thinking of Daniel? You remember that nut thread? I was astonished to find out that there are a slew of folks reporting that there are no nuts this winter in the forests.

http://articles.lancasteronline.com/local/4/230940

Quote:The lack of acorns this fall — following a bumper crop last year — has been so startling and across the board among oaks, hickories and walnuts, that some naturalists are worried that something is amiss. The global warming red flag has even been raised.

"Let's hope it's not something ghastly going on with nature," fretted Rod Simmons, a botanist in northern Virginia in a long story about the missing acorns that ran in Sunday's Washington Post.

Simmons said he had never seen a "zero production" year for oaks and hickories like this one in his area

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co ... 02045.html

and then we have:

http://www.boston.com/lifestyle/green/g ... hea_1.html

Quote:I don’t tend to notice them each fall until my shoe crunches on one during a walk or they drop on my car hood when it's parked under an oak tree.

But this year, it’s hard to miss the massive number of acorns raining down on the New England landscape. From backyards in Northampton to city streets in Providence, many oak trees appear to be producing a healthy – if not record-breaking – crop of the nut.
acorn.jpg Chimpmunk with acorn (Globe photo)

Oaks don’t produce acorns every year, scientists say. Trees tend to produce one bumper crop every two to seven years and then a small crop the following year, for reasons researchers still don't fully understand. It can take two years for an acorn to form from an oak flower and a tree’s production likely hinges on everything from weather conditions at the time of the flowering to natural variance among trees.

Yet that acorn crop can determine if winter will mean survival for squirrels, chipmunks, blue jays, mice and other animals – or starvation.


“Acorns form the base of the wildlife food community, there are so many animals that feed on acorns,” said John Scanlon, forestry project leader for the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife. Indeed, when there are no acorns around my neighborhood, squirrels seem to dig up virtually every tulip bulb I plant. When there are acorns, they leave them alone.

Scanlon says the crop on state lands appear to be a typical year while several readers and forestry experts say it appears to be a particularly heavy acorn year in swaths North of Boston near the New Hampshire border, parts of Southeastern Massachusetts and Western Massachusetts.

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Red oak leaves



New England is home to at least 10 different kinds of oak trees, and the acorn has long played a role in local culture. Acorns have long believed to bring luck. UPDATE: I said earlier that acorns could be toxic to humans, but I have since been corrected. They do contain bitter tannins that usually are removed by soaking the nuts.

Folk wisdom even dictates that a big autumn acorn crop is a harbinger of a tough winter.
So important is the oak, state forestry officials try to identify prolific acorn producers before they log an area to identify trees that are producing lots of acorns to leave it alone.

While some people complain about the mess the acorns make, Scanlon says “we ask people to put with the acorns because they are a fundamental part of the total forest ecosystem,’’ said Scanlon.

In 2004, the region suffered an acorn drought in many places, likely because of back to back droughts a few years prior. And thousands of oak trees in Southeastern Massachusetts are in the midst of a massive die-off from leaf-eating caterpillars, fungi and beetles.

What kind of acorn year are you having?


Perhaps a harsh winter for some and not for others. That is my guess on your tweaked image :
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better, you can do better... you know folks have said that as far back as my britches can recall. Maybe others will do better to not focus so hard on bettering and rather just being or containing. Image work, that is the point. Close ups on outer planets constitute some sort of significance, something to ponder.

That planetary triangulation of jupiter and venus with the moon was nice to see. Clouds overtook our area prior to my camera being charged. These things happen.

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#27
That was a unique lesson for an internet psuedo-sceptic named FERNANDO you refer to...
That was fun and he got his just dessert...Bamf Pi.

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http://communities.anomalies.net/forum/ ... 38/fpart/2
Where he was emasculated and his Nuts dissapeared because he battled the cydo-axis.

Careful what you wish for...

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...cuz you just might Get IT

Fernando ...where are those acorns now?
Where Are Those SandCastles NOW???

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Edit---that was Sincap's full Circle and only he as the single person on earth that interacted would this lesson truly come home to...all others in that moment back then were not personally instructed such as he nor will all others in this thread will NOT  be as personally instructed as in the anonymous author Lincoln's case.

I will one on one and toe to toe wherever this muse leads me to go....

In the meantime...Link can reciprocate and teach us more about rocket science.
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#28
The Family gives it best wishes to you too.
But we don't adopt,sorry.

Thank you for providing the link to daze gone by...Turkish: sincap
that was then and this is now.

Family I consider enemies.
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It is in the debates and through run of gauntlet that matter.

The Run Through always causes new truth to arise.

If I run Through you in the Gauntlet...
Or, If I Run Through you as a Spear...

No matter until it matters.
In effect I am always running through you as you seek me skewed or skewered.


The Cydo-Axis is that good---as bad-ass as you were formerly led to believe you were then by the words and false praise of them.



Rise of the Anomalists.




















Edit:

Rofl  Squirrel Brains!  Lmao

Thanx for the trip back down memory lane or the good ol' oak grove

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kinda-kooky-spooky  <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/damned.gif" alt="Damned" title="damned" /> after I read what you were saying. wASHINGTON d.c. LOST THEIR NUTS???

Funny how a nut cache is smarter at seti than seth shostak...tsk.
http://communities.anomalies.net/forum/ ... 38/fpart/2
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#29
It is always such a pleasure to read yor take EA. Funny as sh8t , you are. Yes, we are back or have you not danced with the walrus yet?


Organs and smorgas borg. The ties that bind. I swear this reality driven basis of thinking has me ringing my hands sometimes. Good luck and god speed that you find your way to Mars. By the way, dusty trails are exposed in the latte rcorner of JLES79245.


Bet they rode four wheelers up there at one point too. Memory lane is always just a click away and the joint is just a josstle of fun. Iwish for nothing sometimes too.

The debatable lightsaber is not for fun? Darn. Wish I had something tricked up to show, but alas just plain words and letters today.

I thought for sure you would like the space post regarding your meteor. Oh well. I tries. I tries.

What happens on one side, always happens on the other. All in the timing. You know, one thing I do wonder about....

Last summer, was reading here on THM and I spent a good amount of musing on the porch after reading about some crop circles. You know, all that data just poof - disappeared. So lovely to have work waken and taken in one failed swoop. Just figured you knew about it or would want to know. It was done on the old Gateway, the one with the mysteriously innerly exploded LCD screen, happened and does happen I suspect.

Frenando is sweet, try not to be so hard on the guy. Yah, we all have complexes of one sort or another. This is now and those oak trees, well I hope hikers' enjoy them.

Lincoln was foretold as well of his fate. Isn't back and that trail is thin too. Codex.

The evasion of nicety is just stylistically framed. We all read what we choose to see, I suppose. Just like thine eyes see what they wish to and the ear tweaks just enough to hear what needs to be said and such. Enjoy...

Glad to see you are able to post on Youtube.

Oh, alright. A pic. Just for you.

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#30
i was just wondering what this ton of crap was doing in this forum, it has nothing to do with the planets, although it is weird, yes weird, but utterly unreviewable, seems like it should be in wooks "o horseshit" thread instead of here
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#31
You sure about that Almon? Whistle gawwwwwd I need to improve the improv.
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#32
It's a looooong history Almon, almost completely one of those "Had to have been there" things to understand the deeper nuances of this particular horseshit's odor.
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Using the very same trigonomic method that uncovered the sincap.
I ask almon this?

If Earth was placed in Mars stead what does that action result in?
Remember the spherical cap on mars is 1974 over top and 1947 across
So plugging in the same angle and using Earth's radius instead.

Over top 3707

Across 3655  

angle =33.3 degrees

So citing the Most current up to date article we might notice something:

Quote:Changing tilts


The tilt of Earth on its axis varies between 22.1 and 24.5 degrees over a 41,000-year period. That seemingly small variation leads to large changes in the amount of sunlight reaching the polar regions of Earth — when less sunlight reaches the poles, more ice can accumulate there, leading to ice ages that can last thousands of years.


Mars' tilt has more variation than Earth's, wobbling by tens of degrees over a 100,000-year cycle, which can produce even more dramatic changes in climate. When Mars' axial tilt, or obliquity, has been low, the poles have been the coldest places on the planet, which has resulted in atmospheric changes that can impact how material is deposited.

http://www.space.com/scienceastronomy/0 ... ycles.html

I find it odd via utilising Vianova's Decimal Numeric Set theory that on Mars we get 1947 kms across
or 19.47 it is also very coincidental that 3655 also may denote 365.5 very near the number of days in a year but it only works when using a 33.3 degree angle.

I'll make you a diagram almon.

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I'll lable it "Almon's Almond"...a very special nut I make just for you to help understand my odd ways of describing Things. Every approximately 365.5 days from now will this yeild fruit in your mind Sir.
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33.2 degrees=Around 3696

Across 3644 = 364.4 days Nope not a year

33.4 degrees =Around 3718

Across 3666 = 366.6 days  Nope not a year


Only at 33.3 does it narrow down to the 365.5 range Muaha 33.3...germinating.[/quote]
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