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User Profile: Ion Vulcanescu


User Profile for: Ion Vulcanescu
UserID: 369390
Name: Ion Vulcanescu
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Registered: 11/15/06
Occupation: Philosopher
Location: 125 Main Street, POB-166,Hurleyville, NY 12737
Biography: -Born in 1949, in Hamlet of Pirsani, Village of Pielesti,County of Dolj, Romania. - Selfeducated. - Arrested by the Romanian Communist Secret Police (Securitate),jailled in Bucharest, and the forcibly interned in a Political Phischiatric Hospital from where at the pressure of USA Embassy was freed and then lett to emigrate to USA. - Owner of the Business: REFRIGERATION-HEATING SVCES. INC..in New York State. -Author,Editor,and Publisher of: THE AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY which already published in 8 editions is recorded with the academies of: France,Great Britain, Spain, Romania,Israel,Italy,Japan,Australia etc. - His earlier Research Data was during 1991 sutained by a Team of NASA Seniors Engineers who were sillenced by the then USA President G.H.W Bush, and refused it be investigatetd by the USA National Academy of Science on the reason that " The USA National Academy of Science has no money to investigate the work of a Selfeducatted " (This was the Comment of then USA Academy of Science to an Investigative Reporter of FOX-New Television Station in New York City) - Decoding a Sumerian Pictographic-Cuneiform clay tablet (of Fara), he was able to decode the Sumerian Geometric PI Value 3.14626437... which is the Base of the Sumerian Units of Measures, and also is encoded in the Earlier European units of measures, as also in the Teotihuacan Area Design through what appears to have been the Spiritual Expansion of the Carthagian Civilization before she to be destroyed by the Romans.
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