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    1811-12: Destruction Hypothesis

    Epigenetic changes brought about by starvation and other kinds of stress could predispose later generations to temporary bicameral mind states when highly stressed. These bicameral mind states could be subtle like a tendency to be submissive when under stress or hearing imaginary voices from...
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    The missing link to ancient power

    More in line with this forum purpose - maybe math is the easiest of all to use as a social/political engineering tool?
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    The missing link to ancient power

    Since electrets are insulators that store charge at discontinuities like microbubbles and voids perhaps empty space is an electret? It seems like no technology gets very far without math being able to model in some way however minor what is going on with the technology. Maybe the reason that...
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    The missing link to ancient power

    There is another way to make potential ancient power generation devices similar to electrets. Rochelle crystals - Ancient Coins: are they fake? "And here is where it gets a bit wild. There is what's called Rochelle Salt (Potassium sodium tartrate tetrahydrate )which is made from purified cream...
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    Ancient Music: where is it?

    Very useful details on Hurrian Hymn #6 - the most ancient of ancient "music". http://individual.utoronto.ca/seadogdriftwood/Hurrian/Website_article_on_Hurrian_Hymn_No._6.html "It gets worse. Unlike what is done today with melodies, where each note is assigned one specific pitch (e.g. A), the...
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    Ancient Music: where is it?

    There is a theory on this board that the bible is much younger than 4,000 years - old and new testament - which would make any references to music there also suspect for dating to the conventional chronology. The title of the topic mostly refers to a lack of printed/notated music. I am sure...
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    Bacterial flagellum: who made you?

    Evolution myths: The bacterial flagellum is irreducibly complex ends with sentence - “Evolution is cleverer than you are.” Maybe evolution is infinitely clever in which case there is no difference between evolution and God. Scientists would much rather admit that ancient aliens are behind...
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    Ancient Music: where is it?

    Here are two interesting articles related to music and thought control. First one on importance of repetition in music and the other on the importance of "Bass" guitar as a hypnosis tool. Very useful to ensnare lots of Youtube subscribers. Bill Wurtz: “Bass is a hypnosis tool. If it’s done...
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    Lictors and Roman Fasces Weapons: Grand Deception

    A quick check shows that most rockets don't have a lot of cores but this Russian one did and one thing that many rods/cores have is redundancy so perhaps alien rockets past, present and future might use hyper advanced rocket technology but still value a many core approach. The Old Testament was...
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    Ancient Music: where is it?

    The Somebody Greek liked the tune so much they added Greek text to a Spanish tune video. Using Google translate you can type in any text and ID the language. Here is a paper on Evidentiality in languages...
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    Ancient Music: where is it?

    NewEarth (Sylvie Ivanova) is Bulgarian and posted a great video on Bulgarian music without commentary. checking into the Bulgarian language a bit raises an interesting question. Bulgarian has a sophisticated evidential verb form. "In linguistics, evidentiality[1][2] is, broadly, the...
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    Leonardo Da Vinci and his micro-brushes

    E-Coating is electric painting on metals - epoxies and acrylics. Its wet versus powder coating which is dry then heat fused onto the metal. There are little used E-coating processes for things like plastics which means that the same processes could be altered for canvas. Most car under...
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    Leonardo Da Vinci and his micro-brushes

    One way to make "smoke" paint is to pressurize the super thin solvated paint through an orifice then it hits the end of a pin. This takes thousands of PSI but my guess it could be done with something like using a sledge hammer on a piston - in daVinci's day. Underneath the piston is paint in a...
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    Leonardo Da Vinci and his micro-brushes

    Here is a stone age brush that is many times thinner than needed to make Da Vinci micro brush strokes. Obsidian paint brushes. Surgeon use for obsidian scalpel blades "Good quality obsidian fractures down to single molecules which can produce a cutting edge 500 times sharper than the sharpest...
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    Heart Symbol: what is its true meaning?

    The heart like you've never seen it before. That's one cheeky heart. Heart Curve -- from Wolfram MathWorld Cordiform: Heart-Shaped Map Projections heart shaped maps are that shape for a functional reason.
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