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3316
Literate Chaotic / Re: 4cast4
« on: June 16, 2009, 11:13:52 pm »
note to self 1/sp=1/j-1/s (synodic period

thE following MatLic propgram was an approximation to
A GRaphic Solution to the conjunctions of Jupiter with
Saturn (about TWEnty year PEriod}?
http://www.astropro.com/features/tables/geo/ju-sa/ju000sa.html

j=11.86; s=29.46; sp=(j*s)/(s-j);x=0:.31416/2:74;o=0*x;
c=0:.08:70;sj=sin(x/1.9);ss=sin(x/4.7);sd=sj-ss;
plot(x,ss,'mo',x,o,x,sj,'go',x,sd,'r+')
for n=1:4, j4(n)=j*n; s4(n)=s*n; end
j4, aj=abs(sj); bj=find(aj<.02); cj=bj-1; dj=cj*.31416/2
s4, as=abs(ss); bs=find(as<.02); cs=bs-1; ds=cs*.31416/2
sp, ac=abs(sd); bc=find(ac<.02); dc=bc*.31416/2

THe main problem is the step in x=0:step:end;
1 I DO want the X aXis marked off in years
2 I want the plot of Jupitors orbit to = j (11.86)
3 Want Saturn = s (29.46) 4 and "o" on Zero (0) crossing

currently :" 12:43 PM 20090628 ": parameters elude me
i'll list 5 .1 Step, .2 sj=sin(x/?), same for ss ...
3? trying to get "o" to plot on Y=Zero at crossing = 11.86 & 29.46
3a this requires tweeking of the devisor to x computing the SIN ?
4 I call the Sign Differance sd which should zero at conjunctions
5 obviously?/? there must be a better approacH (this1 was iteratively

in closing I will say something along  the line of YES?making the step smaller helps getting a ZERO on the axis crossing
MAKING STEP bigger makes it more difficult. REMember i approach
all this nonScience from the ill-Logical negativism window ...
ei MEaning the Sin Differance sd is derived from sj-ss {Negative wAY

YES D: any reel help would be APEriciated
THE JUPITER-SATURN CONJUNCTION See link
DATE      |   TIME   | ARC | JUPITER | SATURN |
|DEC 31, 1980 | 09:17 PM | 000 | 09LI30  | 09LI30 |
|MAR 04, 1981 | 06:55 PM | 000 | 08LI06R | 08LI06R|
|JUL 24, 1981 | 04:13 AM | 000 | 04LI56  | 04LI56 |
|MAY 28, 2000 | 03:58 PM | 000 | 22TA43  | 22TA43 |
|DEC 21, 2020 | 06:19 PM | 000 | 00AQ29  | 00AQ29 | {{{{
MAR 05, 1226 | 04:10 AM | 000 | 02AQ58  | 02AQ58
MAR 23,  491 | 07:36 AM | 000 | 09AQ31  | 09AQ31
JAN 10, -303 | 02:29 PM | 000 | 04AQ29  | 04AQ29

3317
Literate Chaotic / 4cast4
« on: June 15, 2009, 10:43:55 pm »
20090617  TNM index

20110910 A Major error seams to have emerged (rev 9/11)
2011 fall (new moon) quake season 9/27 10/26 11/25
the 10/11 date is a FULL Moon day & is an error
the BASIC derived perigee DATES = 9/27 10/26 11/23

20110911 Major errors for Fall season 2011 found to be in the 10/11
date of the full moon. it is a NEW Moon season & should be shown to
begin one moon sooner at 9/27 | there may be other errors like this 1
also it is a good time to restate the orange lines (October Offset) is
consistantly misplaced | _ should center in October | move it Right ->2M

3318
Literate Chaotic / Re: TNM Spring(09)
« on: March 02, 2009, 12:17:49 am »
20090419 http://www.powwows.com/gathering/album.php?albumid=645

Harvey Steele, Wayne Jensen, John Woodward Mt Hood CC.,
Ron Cummings, Chuck Hibbs, Dr Alison Stenger, ?. Gitzen
Lloyde Collins, Dr Lawrence Powers OIT.

http://www.openc.k12.or.us/  Harvey Steele

http://www.oit.edu/  lawrence.powers@oit.edu

http://www.oregonarchaeological.org/past_events.htm  Dr Alison Stenger
http://ccr.aos.wisc.edu/cpep_web/archaeo_meet.html

http://oregonstate.edu/cla/anthropology/sites/default/files/doc/locating_sites.pdf Lloyde Collins
http://nwdata.geol.pdx.edu/seagrant/Archaeology/OR_Coast_Dates_Program.htm
Between 1952 and 1958, Cressman directed excavations at two Oregon Coast village sites: 35-CS-5 near Bandon and 35-TI-1 near Netarts. Four seasons of fieldwork at the latter site were reported in Thomas Newman’s dissertation in 1959, the first PhD degree granted by the UO’s Department of Anthropology. Cressman and Newman’s work at 35-TI-1 also produced the first radiocarbon (14C) dates from an Oregon Coast archaeological site. In 1963, however, Cressman settled into an active retirement, focusing mostly on work that took him away from the Oregon Coast. By the 1970s, the Oregon Coast Prehistory Program had faded to a memory and the focus on Oregon Coast archaeology shifted to Oregon State University, where former UO students Richard Ross and Roberta Hall were teaching and developing interests in coastal archaeology.
http://www.sciencedirect.com
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6WH8-4811XG7-1&_user=1694017&_rdoc=1&_fmt=
&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_acct=C000054237&_version=1&_urlVersion=0
&_userid=1694017&md5=f433d3915ddd8ad33b5c392681a62d4b    {remove 2 CR/LF ?

http://www.obsidianlab.com/

http://www.nps.gov/fova/historyculture/past-archaeology-in-the-village.htm Chuck Hibbs

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ghosts-Gray-Canyon-John-Woodward/dp/157197251X  John Woodward

http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/HCD/SHPO/docs/contractor_directory--contractors.rtf.  Wayne Jensen

http://oregonstate.edu/dept/ncs/newsarch/1996/96June/wooddig.htm http://www.webshots.com/explains/news/chuck-hibbs.html

3319
Literate Chaotic / Re: Why are you here?
« on: December 28, 2008, 08:59:53 pm »
HA: well make of it what U will

20081228 9:15 AM (Um}? After 9:11
-
LooKie ... CooKie ... have no doubt whatsoever
= =
for whatever reason i did ACcept the OBsidian from
Tom &I DO (try to) carry forward WHAT HE Said to me
: : :
the case is so OBscure (other than Cover UP) ThaT
there is very little I have ACtual ACess to. Lemme
say?/? there exists a lot of Obsidian in ARCHAEO
? ? ? ?
BUTT my point here today was ALvord. the passwor(l)d
to the CASE STUDY. It was Texan Oil Money that set
UP NewMan as the Fall Guy Prior(20 years+/-)to Enron
So, Shirley, I'Poise i'Opose TEXAS+OIL+MONEY(got it}?

EOT 13:00

3320
Literate Chaotic / Re: Why are you her
« on: December 27, 2008, 08:57:59 pm »
1 the LiB is open ?/?
2: ive 12:21 left
3 HA  naturally

3321
Literate Chaotic / TNM
« on: December 23, 2008, 07:17:09 pm »
Rev 20120107 2012  2013201420152017
this is mostly A 2008 note to myself... to see how long i can still find it
http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/hirley0/ -2015
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/97205/ = DUMB
http://sf0.academia.edu/ManleyHubbell {{ HEAR HERE '15}
http://web.pdx.edu/~pdx00782 20131204PM don't have ~pdx00782
http://www.illuminati-r-us.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=123&p=12572
http://hub-as.blogspot.com/
http://hub1938.webs.com
http://sf0.org/hub/ CH gamburd {hack<'15 |'15}

ProF virginia/pub thropol St

chulbe CHair COURSES St   2017 CME

2012  20132014201520172018
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28   3681488 2014 tDAR
00141425876269 2013 TNM
200   605156130046614 2012TNM ProF
3551 44525833675410893   20110531 2011 SUMMER   fap Avatar? dickey\jpl
507  663  91911882738   20110305 2011tnmSPRING Xavier DEC
1346 1746251635307619    20101209 2011 WINTER   CMs Wallula2
2096 2514339845408387    20100916 2010 PSU fall Meteorite TeXas O O
876 1048134217243135    20100813 2010 BREAK s/F    EQ "Round"
1212 1505191623264505    20100704 2010 SUMMER p2 Lunar Range? K/T
2126 2501299036426077    20100324 2010 SPRING TERMs
1856 2056257232786518    20100317 BREAK 3/15-29
2736 3203397949257853    20100102 Winter WELL.to wallula
3702 4089496757128917    20091205 Xm break mFLOODj
3889 43795304661612961    20090922 Fall 09 -*

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