Sunday, December 29, 2013

Time Machine - II


It may have fallen to the attentive reading of some visitors of this blog the fact that the date of discovery of the Piltdown man (hoax) was between 1909 and 1910:

"Relating the incident later in December 1912, *Dawson said that that walk on the road took place "several years ago." This would put it in 1909 or 1910." [source: the Evolution Handbook as above. The text freely available also from the site ].
All converge to a more fine allegory referred to the synodic month which can be fully represented in the 29 years going from 1881 to 1910:

The average duration of the anomalistic month is:

AM = 27.55454988 days[3]
The synodic month has an average duration of:

SM = 29.530588853 days[4]
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 A pair of final observations. The 400 millions year claimed by  Big-bangology science to be about the age of universe when appeared the first stars has a reflex in the s.c. "beat period" of Moon; and again from the above page of Wikipedia:

".....The full moon cycle is the beat period of these two, and has a duration of:
 FC = \frac{SM \times AM}{SM-AM} = 411.78443 d
[if above image not visible the beat period FC is 411.78443 days]

 Of course Satan hides himself in the details and the detail of that "about" in " a cycle of about 14 lunations ..." gives another almost perfect numeric copy-carbon of itself in the exact (in the imagination of Big-bangology) age of the fantasticated universe (about 13.82 billion years old), which is assumed to be little less than 14 billions year (synodic months):

There are 13.944335 synodic months in a full moon cycle, the 251-month cycle approximates the full moon cycle to 13.944444 synodic months and the 767-month cycle approximates the full moon cycle to 13.9454545 synodic months.

[always from the above quoted page]

    Transforming months of synodic months in billion of years, the difference is about (with the "most accurate" measured age of universe) about 120 millions of years. This is Evolutionist science, the Science of Cush aka the Numberer...


 Sunday, December 29, 2013

"...of about 14 lunations" [on the age of the universe]


  1. It is not a coincidence that the Babylonians were known for their MATH

    "first consistent use of the sexagesimal number system."

    square root of two = 1.414

    1. avlesNovember 6, 2014 at 11:04 AM

      And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. [Genesis 6:5, kjv]


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      Scientific accuracy
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  2. Yes interesting especially as regard "the Numberer" or the Moon-man Cush: "....Since the rediscovery of the Babylonian civilization, it has become apparent that Greek and Hellenistic mathematicians and astronomers, and in particular Hipparchus, borrowed greatly from the Babylonians.

    Franz Xaver Kugler demonstrated in his book Die Babylonische Mondrechnung ("The Babylonian LUNAR computation", Freiburg im Breisgau, 1900) the following: Ptolemy had stated in his Almagest IV.2 that Hipparchus improved the values for the MOON's periods known to him from "even more ancient astronomers" by comparing eclipse observations made earlier by "the Chaldeans", and by himself. However Kugler found that the periods that Ptolemy attributes to Hipparchus had already been used in Babylonian ephemerides, specifically the collection of texts nowadays called "System B" (sometimes attributed to Kidinnu). Apparently Hipparchus only confirmed the validity of the periods he learned from the Chaldeans by his newer observations....." [ ]

  3. ".......Meni, or Manai, signifies "The Numberer." And it is by the changes of the moon that the months are numbered: Psalm civ. 19, "He appointed the moon for seasons: the sun knoweth the time of its going down." The name of the "Man of the Moon," or the god who presided over that luminary among the Saxons, was Mane, as given in the "Edda," and Mani, in the "Voluspa."....."

    [from The Two Babylons by Free Church of Scotland minister Alexander

  4. Thanks for your contribute to this blog, Христо Стилиянов.