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zo 12 mei 2013, 00:13

….’’en wat als er twee leeuwen aanwezig zijn op een pilaar voor een burcht of een borg?’’…..


Dan edde………

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…..een keuning?

….’’Hij is wereldwijd bekend onder de bijnamen The King of Rock of kortweg The King.’’……


Memphis – Locatie/Straatkijk/Photos, googlaar maps

35.046517,-90.025583


Een keuning van de zon?

http://www.sunstudio.com/

Locatie

35.139282,-90.037717


De weg van het ene punt naar het andere zit (ongeveer) opeengepakt van de kerken. Een bedevaartweg, bijna. Kerk van de zon en al………

35.106849,-90.035405

Ze zijn wel vergeten een obelisk te plaatsen. Verder is het bijna Akhenaten. Locatie met……..

37.334575,-121.922925

….ook wat sfinksen en ouwe zonneromein in de tuin.

Check it out. Have phun
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wo 15 mei 2013, 12:28

zag deze foto in olie topic staan:

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er onder staat dit: The best thing about this church is a huge Shell logo.

...en eigenlijk is dit helemaal niet zo dom want als we goed kijken zien we de bekende twee pilaren en een dome,dat is wat meestal de kerken en moskeen voorstellen.

elke leeuw stelt een pilaar voor net zo bij speciemannen (metselaars) die hebben hunnies J en B daarom is het Lions Club want het gaat om twee pilaren.

Het shell logo bevat acht stralen en dat is Venus onze dome het mag ook zonder e en die heb je in Utrecht.

De Dom van Utrecht is achthoekig (het laatste deel) ze stelt venus voor.
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….’’er onder staat dit: The best thing about this church is a huge Shell logo’’….


Hmmmm, misschien bedoelen ze ‘Het beste aan die kerk is dat enorme Shell Logo’


D’r zitte ‘seven rays’ in.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sumer ... iles23.htm

‘Shell’

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41.902267,12.451719
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Nog eentje met ‘Seven Rays’

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acht is haar oorsprong.....ze gaat van de een naar de ander...

die ander is die tweede pilaar onze midnight sun, zie derde plaatje, als je goed kijk zie je een tweede zon:

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midnight sun: http://saturniancosmology.org/sun.php
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The seven Archangels and the seven Olympian spirits

....’’In ritual magic, the seven Olympian spirits are not confused with the seven traditional archangels, which usually are Michael (usually the Sun), Anael (Venus), Raphael (usually Mercury), Gabriel (the Moon), Cassiel (Saturn), Samael (Mars), and Zadkiel (Jupiter), or a variation thereof.’’....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympian_spirits


‘’In ritual magic, the seven Olympian spirits are not confused with the seven traditional archangels’’......


Alan Watt on 360* degree freemasons/Olympians





http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_Archangels

Seven Archangels

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... angels.jpg
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St Michael,

http://referencereference.blogspot.be/2 ... eople.html

Sint Joris zit safe. 4 Ever.
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zo 26 mei 2013, 02:29

Doc, dit ga je fijn vinden!! Die kerel heeft het zelfs niet eens door, maar hij slaat de spijker op zn kop. Check:

[quote=""NoMore" post=72699"]kwam deze theorie tegen, of dat plafond hier hoort :silly:

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zo 26 mei 2013, 13:49

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"Ilmatar, the virgin of the air,
leaves the loneliness of the sky
and moves down to the sea,
where the wind impregnates her.
She drifts upon the waters for 700 years."


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ma 27 mei 2013, 13:51

Here's from one layman to another...

There isn't really any problem with Newton's law of gravity.
The problem is with the Big Bang theory and Einstein's Relativity (which are not needed to build/fly spacecraft).
Einstein's Theory of Relativity was falsified by observation.
It could not model or predict the observed astronomical phenomena (shapes and motion of galaxies etc).
Belief in his theory was so strong, that prominent scientists saw that the only way they can explain the discrepancy between the theory and observation, was to make the assumption that there must be invisible yet unobserved matter and energy (called dark matter and dark energy). The more they looked, the more discrepancies were found, and the more dark matter and energy were added. Now they are trying to build devices to detect this imaginary dark matter and energy.

I think working professional scientists and engineers couldn't care too much about the Big Bang and the Theory of Relativity, it has no bearing on reality anyways. Unfortunately those (mostly academics?) that are upholding the dominant Einsteinian view are preventing (often aggressively) real scientific progress to be made in the areas of astronomy and cosmology.


het aller nieuwste van rolstoelers is een nieuw speeltje dat bepaalde straling moet meten als donkere materie met elkaar in kontakt komme!

als je een voorstel zou indienen om kabouter plop een elfje pukkewitje te ontdekken en je zou zeggen dat je daar twee miljard voor nodig zou hebben sluiten ze je meteen op!

maar als je zegt dat je een einstein rolstoeler benne krijg je het meteen!

ik weet wat dat apparaat van twee miljard gaat ontdekken.

NIKS!!!! Geen mallemoer maar dat moet ook want dan kunnen ze zeggen dat er een nog beter apparaat moet komen en dat moet tien miljard kosten!
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do 30 mei 2013, 14:21

over deze zal je een weinig gaan horen maar de uitkomst van Dr. Ruggero Santilli's werk is de doodsteek voor de BigBang theorie.

jammer maar eerst moeten alle bigbangers dood voordat het algemeen goed wordt...dus eerst moeten ze nog met pensioen vooral pensioen en dan pleitte.

moet toegeven dit artikel is niet zomaar door te spitten.

Additional experimental confirmations of
Santilli’s IsoRedShift and the consequential
expected absence of the universe expansion

Abstract.
In this paper, we outline the mathematical and physical foundation of the 1991 hypothesis by R. M. Santilli of
IsoRedShift (IRS), namely, a frequency shift of light toward the red characterized by the loss of energy by light to a cold medium
without any relative motion between the source, the medium and the observer; we outline the corresponding foundations of
Santilli’s IsoBlueShift (IBS), namely, a frequency shift of light toward the blue characterized by the acquisition of energy by
light from a hot medium without relative motion; we show the compatibility of Santilli’s IRS and IBS with the axioms of special
relativity under their proper mathematical formulations; we review the original experimental confirmations of IRS by Santilli
in 2010 for a blue laser light in a tube containing air at pressure; we review the experimental confirmations of both IRS and IBS
by G. West and G. Amato in 2011; we review the confirmatory measurements by Santilli, West and Amato done in 2012 on the
West coast of Florida on the IRS origin of the redness of the Sun in the transition from the Zenith to the horizon; we present,
for the first time, additional confirmatory measurements of IRS of Sunlight from the Zenith to Sunset done by the authors at
the island of Kos, Greece, on September 20, 2012; we present, also for the first time, additional confirmatory measurements
of IRS of Sunlight from Sunrise to the Zenith done in Cocoa Beach, East Coast of Florida, on October 20, 2012; we review
the compatibility of Santilli’s 1991 IRS hypothesis with Zwicky’s 1929 hypothesis of Tired Light and identify their difference
in the process originating the redshift; we recall the fit of cosmological redshift done by P. LaViolette in 1986 with Zwicky’s
Tired Light hypothesis; we confirm Santilli’s 2010 argument according to which the IRS origin of the redness of the Sun at
the horizon without relative motion is visual evidence on the expected absence of the expansion of the universe and of related
conjectures; and we present the dismissal of various objections against Santilli’s IRS and its interpretation of the cosmological
redshift.

yep, dat was een zin.

In essence, we agree with Santilli that cosmologists should follow Galileo’s teaching by establishing cosmological
models via experiments on Earth prior to their application to the universe.

hier de rest: http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs ... ns-212.pdf

bye bye bigbang RIP.
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ma 03 jun 2013, 11:32

dit doen die rolstoelers die nog geen pensioen hebben:

There is nothing conclusive in the mainstream scientific journals about Arp’s data as of this writing. His telescope time was cut off many years ago by the decision makers who allot that time to various research groups. His revelations concerning problems with consensus dogma were considered too intolerable, so he was summarily censured by his peers. However, the evidence he continues to gather and promote ought to make us stop and think: is the Big Bang dead? How big and how old is the Universe if redshift readings are not reliable indicators of distance?


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Interacting ring galaxies designated as Arp 147.

If distance calculations based on redshift are inaccurate, what does that mean for the consensus opinion about the age or the size of the Universe?

In the 1960s astronomers discovered quasi-stellar objects, better known as quasars. They have extremely large redshifts, implying that they are located near the farthest edge of the observable Universe. Quasars are referred to as “quasi-stellar” because they are relatively small, often little more than a light-year in apparent diameter, at their assumed distance, yet emit so much energy that they are thought to be the most powerful continuously radiant objects in the Universe.

The only other active energy sources detectable at such vast distances are gamma ray bursters (GRB). However, GRBs last for mere minutes, whereas quasars shine continuously in output. They remain as bright as when then were first discovered.

Some astronomers soon found that many quasars are associated with spiral galaxies (like M82) and appear to be near the galaxy instead of billions of light-years distant. Based on other data, such as quasars’ anomalous apparent brightness when compared with their redshifts, Hubble’s expanding Universe theory was called into question.

Long before the quasar problem arose, though, Edwin Hubble himself was moved to suggest that inflation might not have taken place in the “early” Universe. He thought that new observational data was necessary in order to decide whether it was definitive. In 1947, he was waiting for the new 200-inch telescope at Mt. Palomar to be built:

“It seems likely that redshift may not be due to an expanding Universe, and much of the speculations on the structure of the universe may require re-examination… We may predict with confidence that the 200-inch will tell us whether the red-shifts must be accepted as evidence of a rapidly expanding Universe, or attributed to some new principle of nature.” (Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific Vol. 59, No. 349).

Unfortunately, nothing definitive has resulted from astronomers working with the Hale telescope or the many space-borne telescopes that have been launched since then. Instead, redshift and inflation have become something of a dogma among the astronomical community and new, ever more arcane mathematical excursions have been added to the mix, as was discussed in part one.

Although many observations contradict the consensus view, and have been doing so for 40 years or more, those data are ignored or marginalized. High redshift quasars, as previously mentioned, are found in axial alignment with galaxies that possess substantially lower redshift. Indeed, they are sometimes connected to those lower redshift galaxies by “bridges” of luminous material.

Halton Arp was the lone voice among a crowd of scientists who conformed to the standard Big Bang model when he began to publish papers that did not demonstrate that inflation—or the Big Bang hypothesis—was valid. As Edwin Hubble predicted, Arp’s research using the 200-inch Hale reflector demonstrated “some new principle of nature.”

One of the more interesting images that substantiates the need for a revised cosmology is NGC 4319 and its companion quasar, Markarian 205. Arp called attention to the fact that the lower redshift galaxy is physically connected to the higher redshift quasar. A filament between the two objects violates the measured distances because no such connection should be possible. After all, NGC 4319 (from redshift calculations) is said to be about 600 million light-years from Earth, while Markarian 205 is around a billion light-years away.

If these objects are physically connected they must reside locally with each other at the same distance from Earth. The discrepancy in their redshifts has to be from some other factor not related to their distances—there must be something intrinsic to their makeup that leads to the deviation.

Arp assembled a Catalog of Discrepant Redshift Associations that describes anomalous structure or physical links among objects with radically different redshifts. Some of the observations show quasar pairs being ejected in opposite directions from active galaxies. This led to the so-called ejection model of galaxy formation. In brief, high redshift quasars around galaxies, such as the aforementioned M82, are the “daughters” of the mature galaxy. Their various redshifts do not indicate distance, but age from the time of ejection.

Arp speculates that the redshift measurement of quasars is composed not of a velocity value alone, but also depends on what he calls “intrinsic redshift.” Intrinsic redshift is a property of matter, like mass or charge, and can change over time. According to his theory, when quasars are ejected from a parent galaxy they possess a high intrinsic redshift, z = 2 or greater.

As the quasars move away from their origin within the galactic nucleus, their redshift properties begin to decrease until they reach somewhere near z = 0.3. At that point, the quasar resembles a galaxy, albeit a small one. The inertial moment of ejection is eventually overcome and the mass of the quasar increases while the speed of ejection decreases, until it may become a companion galaxy. It is in that way that galaxies form and age, evolving from highly redshifted quasars, to small irregular galaxies, and then into larger barred spirals.

Other examples of fast-moving quasars in front of slower moving galaxies, or connected to them with luminous filaments, have been observed. NGC 7603, for instance, a distorted spiral galaxy with a single arm, is joined by that arm to a smaller companion with a much higher redshift. Within the bright material of the arm are two other objects, each with redshifts different from the galaxy pair.

There is nothing conclusive in the mainstream scientific journals about Arp’s data as of this writing. His telescope time was cut off many years ago by the decision makers who allot that time to various research groups. His revelations concerning problems with consensus dogma were considered too intolerable, so he was summarily censured by his peers. However, the evidence he continues to gather and promote ought to make us stop and think: is the Big Bang dead? How big and how old is the Universe if redshift readings are not reliable indicators of distance?
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hoera santilli:

“Rather than abusing Einstein’s name by applying the 20th century realization of his theories under conditions they were never intended for and are experimentally disproved in any case, the best way to honor Einstein’s name is that of maintaining his axioms, and merely introducing broader realizations for the representation of more complex physical conditions as permitted by the very conception and technical realization of the broader isomathematics.”

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ma 10 jun 2013, 11:47

Try to prove anything to some hard core priest of whatever religion. You can spend a lifetime of energy and they will not change at all. Why even trying?

The priests of modern science are just that - they belong to the cult and they are all brainwashed (or most of them). The followers, 90% of people, are also very hard to convince.

All you are left with are a few unorthodox thinkers, a bunch of trolls, maybe a genius here and there.

Ordinary people never accept anybody. They just do what they are told. If Einstein is the scientist they were told is the smartest ever, they will believe that.

If, instead, in the books and in the media it was said that Bruce Willis is the smartest guy on the planet, kids will learn that and if you try to convince them otherwise, it would not work.

Tesla? Tesla who?
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