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I questioned the distance to the moon when I found its rise/set times could be used as tangents on a circle. This then led to the discovery that the Northern and Southern hemispheres have differing rise/set times on the same days. I also saw the moon could not form an orbit around Earth. One moon […]Read More revisiting the distance to the moon
One of the biggest crises on the planet in the 21st century is clean water. There are many working models out there, but without exception they use huge amounts of energy to purify the water.Though Solar Water PLC has the best design, it is also restricted by location (land-based) and uses energy to purify the […]Read More Water Crisis : One Solution
If you’ve completed secondary (high school) school, the chances are you have a vague understanding that the Earth and Planets orbit the Sun in a series of concentric rings. You may also know of solstices (winter/summer) and equinoxes (spring/autumn), which are markers for Earth’s seasons. What you may not know is “precession”, which is described […]Read More The World is Falling!
As with all gematria there are many levels of interpretation and understanding in numbers. Each level is unique and cannot be conflated with another level. Hopefully you will soon understand what this means… The number 666 is infamously called the number of Evil. Not because there is any evidence of this attribute, but the conflation […]Read More 666 Decoded
What you ‘Will’ is the navigation tool, exactly the way you use a mouse on a computer or a steering wheel. Here’s why… Every molecule in the universe is a unit of energy. This energy packet is created by 3 forces acting in tangent. We visualise them as 6 forces, because each one has an […]Read More Intent and the Universe
The Radius of an Orbit found from the Radius of the Orbiter. This only applies to orbiters having axial rotation. An experiment: A bicycle with wheels of 10″ radius cycles round a velodrome and completes the course in 740 turns. This makes the radius of the velodrome track 10″ x 740 = 7400″ (or 616.6 […]Read More Is this magic?
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