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August 31st, 2009 #1
Tetrahedral planetary structure, 2012, evolutionary jump, OMG
Mind blowing stuff.
First video of 5.
EDIT: Whoops. Suppose to be in lounge.
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August 31st, 2009 #2
Here is his lecture on his physics theory.
Part 1 of 45.
Another lecture on the mystery of the pyramids of Egypt.
Part 1 of 3.
August 31st, 2009 #3
So is this like one of those ironic threads or do you actually believe in this pseudoscience?
August 31st, 2009 #4
Watch his full lecture if you want to see how 'pseudo' it is.
August 31st, 2009 #5
I'll be happy to read his peer reviewed paper on 'Tetrahedral planetary structure', feel free to post it.
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September 1st, 2009 #7
Thank you for this amazing find very interesting and remarkable, really makes you think about are life as a whole.
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September 1st, 2009 #8
I'm going to add this to the thread.
Timewave Zero Theory.
I realize all this stuff is pretty 'out there', but I believe it all is just as likely to true as it is to be false.
I am excited about all this stuff. 2012 is only a stone throw away, and together we will all witness the events that may happen.
September 2nd, 2009 #9
I watched half of his lecture. There's some truth in his theories but I think later he went a bit too far with looking for some random connections. Pyramids don't have triangle at their base so they are not the same 3d shape as tetrahedron. Yet he quickly used them as link. No matter how you put together some equilateral triangles it will always show some patterns that can have something in common with his tetrahedron. I stopped watching when he started showing crop circles. People actually can create such stuff during the night. There are other geometry maniacs in the world like him .
September 3rd, 2009 #10
Farvus: Agree with you.
What I really liked is his theory on the Tetrahedron, but I think his talk of aliens and such is a little bit too much, not to mention damages his credibility, especially when his theory is not yet established.
If he wants to get into that kind of stuff, he should at least wait till when/if his theory becomes more accepted
It might be of interest to you to watch the last few videos of that lecture.
He goes into relating the tetrahedron to biblical text, going as far to say that 'God' in the bible was in fact a tetrahedral device.
Really pseudo stuff, but intriguing to say the least.
September 3rd, 2009 #11
Also, the TED talk by Ron Eglash about "African Fractals" kind of gets at how even cultures without computers or an understanding of advanced mathematics make use of and understand fractals, not just as a functional tool, but also as a mirror of the natural world. Western society, and actually any culture dominated by the Abrahmaic religions seems to have a strong belief that the natural structure of the world, and indeed all of reality is hierarchical, when in fact even physics is beginning to say that actually it's recursive. Like the saying "As above, so below." There's a recognition that the small mirrors the large. I think the unraveling and understanding of the recursive nature to the structure of the universe holds more secrets than we can imagine.
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September 3rd, 2009 #12
Ok I'm too lazy to read anything so can someone sum it up for me? Is it another "we're fucked in 2012" kinda things?
'Cause I remember people going "as soon as it turns to the year 2000 we're all gonna die! PANIC!" and then I remember people saying "as soon as the large hadron colldier starts working we're all gonna die! PANIC!" So you understand if I remain skeptical towards modern doomsday theories
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September 3rd, 2009 #13