> On Apr 5, 3:50 pm, pete <pfil...@mindspring.com> > wrote: > > Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > > > > > The worlds first computer-- Antikythera Mechanism > > > may lead to the clue of the Solar System solid > body rotation. > > > > I hate it when they describe > > the oldest known example of something, > > as being the first. > > > > -- > > pete > > But do you hate it when they teach that Earth is > gravitationally > locked to the Sun by > Newtonian gravity or General Relativity which in fact > is impossible if > the Sun is moving with a speed of 220km/sec yet Earth > speed is a mere > 29km/sec? That is something you should hate more. > > I am trying to get Michael Wright of the UK who was > involved with the > NOVA Antikythera mechanism,
No one will do anything for you, cause you're a worthless fucking spamming fucking scumbag, on top of your being a moron and a liar. Your ideas matter to no one; that's why you have to force them onto unmoderated sites.
Now, go choke on something, asshole.
to see if he can build a > Antikythera which > is heliocentric. And then if he can adjust the > mechanism to include > all the speeds involved-- Mercury 47km/sec Earth 29km > Jupiter 13 km/ > sec Uranus 6km/sec and most important of all, Sun at > 220km/sec. A > model of scale, but I think it is impossible for any > model because of > the 220km/sec. > > Now I think it is possible if one more gear wheel is > included in > Michael Wright's model, for if he would add one more > gear wheel for > which the entire model rests at the center of the Sun > and this gear > wheel spins the entire box around in a circle of a > complete revolution > of 110 days. That one extra gear wheel will nullify > the 220km/sec of > the Sun. > > I hope Mr. Wright takes up this challenge and I > further hope that Mike > Edmunds the astronomer for the NOVA "Ancient > Computer" and Tony Freeth > the mathematician in that program help out in this > endeavor. > > Basically I am saying it is impossible to have a true > model of the Sun > and planets when the Sun has 220km/sec motion in > Space. And it is > possible to have a true model if one more gear wheel > is engineered so > that it makes null the 220 km/sec and spins the Solar > Ecliptic so that > the planets all have their actual orbital speeds. > > -- > > An author archive search for AP reveals massive > vandalism starting May > 2012 where only one or two posts per month survive, > whereas another > poster David Bernier, all his posts continue to be > author- ?archived. > A Google search of just Archimedes Plutonium reveals > massive search- > engine-bombing, and likely the reason for wanting to > destroy the > author-archive of AP. > If we listen to the fool Jeff Relf: > > Google Groups is 100% uncensored, so it isn't fully > >indexed. Were Google Groups fully indexed, it'd be > used to game > >the system; > > We would think all posters have most of their posts > missing in the > author archive, but apparently only AP is targeted > for massive > deletions of his author archive posts. > > Only Drexel's Math Forum has done a excellent, simple > and fair author- > archiving of AP posts for the past several years as > seen here: > > http://mathforum.org/kb/profile.jspa?userID=499986 > > Archimedes Plutonium > http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium > whole entire Universe is just one big atom > where dots of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies