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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2014, 01:35:20 am »
Anyway1 the main question is
Does it rotate in the direction of the Sun Arrow CW
OR in the opposite direction CCW { Makes no ˘ents 4Me


http://atlasoftheuniverse.com/localgr.html
I was after Stars not galaxies
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #31 on: December 29, 2014, 01:36:55 am »
A2


http://www.atlasoftheuniverse.com/12lys.html

ok i think i AM getting closer | Find Sirius {270 -45 =225 deg{{CCW ?
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #32 on: December 29, 2014, 01:39:00 am »
A3 {Page 3 R32} EtE 2100 =9pm pSt
Sirius is the brightest star system in the earth's night sky
The distance from Earth to Sirius is about  8.6 lightyears).
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #33 on: December 29, 2014, 05:25:31 am »
VER 2121

proximately 270 kilometers /s
http://www.calculateme.com/Astronomy/LightYears/ToKilometers.htm
1 Light Year = 9460730472580.8 Kilometers
8.6 Light Years = 81362282064194.89 Kilometers
/270 ?= 3e11 /60 s/m =5e9 /60 m/h =83.7e6 /24 h/d
= 3.5e6 /365 d/y = 10Ky
a number that does agree
with 1 in my brain
= =
What i think this means
IS Sun crossed LaT
10K after sirius crossed
about 10 K ago ?{12.9
& Thus We Sirius & me are now
out of the cold {S Side
& into the Hot {N Side {{ of G

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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #34 on: December 29, 2014, 05:36:03 am »
Seems legit.
“I’m guessing it was January 2007, a meeting in Bethesda, we got a bag of bees and just started smashing them on the desk,” Charles Wick said. “It was very complicated.”


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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #35 on: December 29, 2014, 02:06:11 pm »
CLICK HERE &then v READ DOWN v OFG

Seems legit.
The preamble to TNM for 2015 | starts with the Well
4 me its just a Big Texas Lie | that change over T

What i mean by that? is the origional details 1945
are not the present details 2015 { never mind Year

skip to Brentz floods | my origional calculation
was a thousand years interval in filling the lake

years later i did find the error in my origional
number calculation | if i find that i'LL Link.it

in the mean time the number was less than 1K
maybe .5 or as short as .25 |I forget see Li}

anothere yard stick to use is the grand
canyon one | start here

40 major sedimentary rock layers
Layers from the Cambrian, Devonian, Mississippian,
Pennsylvanian and Permian periods are present.

Beginning about 1,200 million years ago
13,000 feet of sediment and lava 13Kf/1.2By
10.8&1/3 "kFeet/By" ?=  2.7Kf/orb avg
 
BUT, its probably not Linear Maybe /\ -<3
guess 1 to 5 back down to 1 Kft / Orb {24e7

http://www.detectingdesign.com/geologiccolumn.html

yeah it seams rather pointless |@ current.hack }


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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #36 on: January 19, 2015, 03:03:28 pm »
I do not know. I guess, these are my guesses:
.1 the diameter of Earth is not a constant.
    a. it has increased almost every orbit{24e7) Since t=0 {20-17 ORbs
       b: my 2015 guess was at a rate of 2.7Kft / orb avg  OR *20=5.43e4
          c? Leaving an Earth diameter of " 7,926.41 miles"    4.2e7
            d# My other guess was at 20{ORbs)  it doubled  2.1 to 4.2 {e7
               e$ eve U should know ? e4 makes no ˘ents to me today | "e7".
2: Look if it incresed  from Two to Four in Twenty (2/20 =  .1  {e7
    a. 1000  kFt per ORbs  Not   3  Thousand feet
       b: clearly i AM Not getting the picture
         c? Where does the Mass come from?
            d# does it come from Space dust  | comets {etc
               e$  solar Eruptions { Electrons , Protons , CME's
3? My guess is | there does exist an equation ...
     a.  that graph the rate of deposition {None Linear  \,  ^  ~  ?/:
        b:
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #37 on: January 21, 2015, 12:01:12 am »
JUST MUTTERING DISREGUARD

diameter of the earth?
12,756.32 kilometers
Radius = d/2 == http://www.convertunits.com/from/km/to/cm
6378.16Km= 637816000Cm
A = Pi*R^2  3.1416 * 637816000^2  ==
12949140.6 SqCm
Total surface area of earth: 510,072,000 sq km
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http://www.spaceweather.com/
olar wind  285.6 km/sec
density: 15.7 protons/cm3
more data Updated: Today at 2259 UT
explanation |  olar Wind Data
The solar wind data (velocity and proton density) presented on
spaceweather.com are updated every 10 minutes.
They are derived from real-time information transmitted to Earth
from the ACE spacecraft and reported by the NOAA
Space Environment Center.
The location of ACE at the L1 libration point between the earth
and the sun enables the spacecraft to give about a one hour
advance warning of impending geomagnetic activity.                         
Back to spaceweather.com
? 15.7 protons/cm3  *  12949140.6 SqCm =?
????/
cosmic breeze ?=LoC




the above was hacked at least 4 times in the last 4 min
i do not know why its only 1/2 present at this time 16:33&1/3


06:00 2015 01/20  ? YEAH  :
qo? i made the abover version {never mind | Something to do
while moving on, to a larger view | ZOOMING OUT \ not in
-
i arive at the HiSStory of the Milky Way Galixy
& my assTOroleCMOStrolOgy }}} Look i have
no explanitation today | WHY | Galaxies 5 B LiYr
away look the same as those near by. { -˘ents .
- -
if i assume big BangD { which i don'tm       time  Earth > 1cm
there is the cowagulation period                 * TIMES
^ call it whatever you like ^                            Area    pi*r^2
when thing's coeless?                                     
come togather to form stars                         
-_-_
assuming that ^ we exist in that
period { period of stars
^never mind ^ switch to S S
========
Steady state No beginning No end
well never mind that eithor
Look what i AM trying to
(Um} visualize is limited
-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
to deposition rates on the Galatic scale
Today {20150120  the Proton density
was given as about 2 per cm3
and i want a pile e7 thick around
the planet | layer upon layer
each age dated | 0k 4 get it THEN
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #38 on: January 22, 2015, 12:44:08 pm »
ad 941 v READ DOWN v ?/?
Listen?
truely HARD to grasp d'Tail in this thread
I WiLl try to reload the GcanYon in the next 10 min } 4:44am pdt {Maybe


    ^   ay at 04:46:47 am   ^


                     ^ ay at 04:46:47 am  ^

My point? was 2B that i do NOT agree with the
Pine / Gray / White / Vermillion
SORT OF THE SITUATION!
bOO TO THEM BOO BOoO BOO
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #39 on: January 22, 2015, 01:14:05 pm »
density: 15.7 protons/cm3 {YEAH ? was it true ?/?
A big number {Hu) so what does it = in terms of inches of REIGN

weather 4cast } TBC }}  http://www.katu.com/weather
Precipitation        { No comprenda'.
Wednesday Trace 0.15"
 This Month         Normal
Since 1/1  3.14"    3.44"
Since 10/1 18.12" 17.56

try NHK 123 mm } / ?

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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #40 on: January 22, 2015, 02:05:22 pm »
0k the concept is to get some grasp
on deposition rates over longer time periods
Lemme Try Mississipppian v Pencilvanian v carbon IU er US } read down v
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carboniferous
http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/carboniferous/carboniferous.php
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Carboniferous.aspx
from the end of the Devonian Period, about 358.9 ± 0.4 million years ago, to the beginning of the Permian Period, about 298.9 ± 0.15 Ma.
Carboniferous Period lasted from about 359.2 to 299 million years ag
360-280=Ti.on 80 {Or is it 88 ?
Lets see 360° = 2π {Just thin.N 360/5=72° 50Mil.Y V
Tournaisian, Visean, and Serpukhovian for the Mississippian — and Bashkirian, Moscovian, Kasimovian, and Gzhelian for the Pennsylvanian.
(Um} 80/5 = 1? 16 -˘ tri W


the continents collided to form Pangaea. {There were none {"FLAT" wrong
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #41 on: January 22, 2015, 02:37:59 pm »
O KLemme try the clock face approach
We ( Sun Earth  (Serious} are just past 00
So for easy use 25 hour instead of 24 thus 25/5= 5 aka 50 million
turn the hour hand back 300 OR 1 turn & 1/5th
So we {ses) were approaching 00:00 should have been cold ?
14 °C (0 °C above modern level) {hmm 0K
PM v < ay at 10:46:50 pm
thickness of the seam 60–90 feet
fine now all i need is the age above -age below
&I can conclude some silly guess Like Cm/.ORb
and by .orB i mean 50Ma  1/5th orb aka .2 {point two
^ Never mind
My next guess is where did all that carbon come from
in the first place
The Sun {thats my guess today | the protons being
spued forth from El Sol were C14 { OR close to that #

thus the sun must go thru phases | depending on
weather it has the flue Or diarea {c: | never mind
but if U does find out? Let me know as yeah AM interested
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #42 on: January 23, 2015, 07:25:02 am »
THIS IS THE IDEA I WISH TO WASH 4WORD

Galatic Time v Geological Time

http://www.vendian.org/mncharity/dir3/geologic_time_galactic/
YES this 1/5th is the way 4Word




Listen?  Barred galxies have two(2) arms NOT four(4)

their4 its two galixies getting it on

2.0 (17)   500   Ordovician, graptolites   
1.8   450   Silurian, early fish   
1.6   400   Devonian, fish   
1.4   350   Carboniferous, land plants   
1.2   300   Permian, amphibians, reptiles gymnosperms   
1.0 (18)   250   Triassic, molluscs, reptiles


sO YEAH I SAY POINT TWO / rather than point Four  {thus a D'bait
but truly i like the 25 hour clock face
it makes the Math so much easier {IMO}
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #43 on: January 23, 2015, 12:42:12 pm »
3? http://www.convertunits.com/from/kg/to/tons = 5621787685692000
2: Total mass of atmosphere: 5.1 x 10^18 kg
.1 coal layers over 3,000-feet thick /100My 30Ft/Y =? TONS OF Carbon
The Carboniferous period dates from 360 million to 280 million years ago 250-350 .4 oRB
^ http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Carboniferous.aspx ^ <ad 989
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Re: Math 2014-2016
« Reply #44 on: January 24, 2015, 03:16:52 pm »
ad 1000

30Ft/mY * 250 = 7KfT per Orb ? * 20 =?= 140,000 feet  /5280
Maybe 20-30 Miles v Earth radius (3,959 mi). ? 2/400 .5% ?
education.nationalgeographic.com
Thin Crust Earth's crust is only 40 kilometers (25 miles) thick on average
www.answers.com/
Earth's crust averages about 18 miles (30 kilometers)
thick under the continents, but is only
about 3 miles thick under the oceans.
www.kidsgeo.com/
Earth’s Crust The first layer consists of about 10 miles (16km)
of rock and loose materials
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