[time-nuts] Canada's 5,000 year old calendar
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Fri Jan 30 01:33:45 UTC 2009
M. Warner Losh skrev:
> In message: <49825436.5090606 at rubidium.dyndns.org>
> Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> writes:
> : M. Warner Losh skrev:
> : > In message: <25630a120901291622l5cc165ecna06e01cc3de52a39 at mail.gmail.com>
> : > michael taylor <mctylr at gmail.com> writes:
> : > : An academic maverick is challenging conventional wisdom on Canada's
> : > : prehistory by claiming an archeological site in southern Alberta is
> : > : really a vast, open-air sun temple with a precise 5,000-year-old
> : > : calendar predating England's Stonehenge and Egypt's pyramids.
> : > ...
> : > : Since we had some discussion about historic calendars earlier this
> : > : year, I thought it might of interest here.
> : >
> : > I wonder if he has accounted for the progression in the earth's wobble
> : > over the past 5k years to make his claims...
> : Hmm... never check a story too closely... :)
> : I think to recall that that kind of people use software that can fairly
> : accurately re-play sky-events back in time... considering various of
> : long-term drift effects. Would love to fool around with that kind of
> : stuff... but it is probably unobtainables for mere mortals like me.
> But I though that unobtainium was easily procured by the time-nuts :)
Yes, that's the easy stuff for us. :)
> I've seen such software on several shows on TV about
So obviously it exists and it makes sense from their context. I guess
many of the existing viewers does not require much more logic to them to
pull it off.
At least positive JD era should have a fair precission for most of their
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