> > coffers of the high priests--- truth and reality be damned.
> So you've noticed. You'll have the COTE.TXT file
> by now, I'm sure. I think I'll start calling Cote and
> Holden "Galileo" since they think they are. Did you think I
> was too inflamatory with Cote? I don't think so. I think I
> spelled out exactly what he is doing and I'm certain he
> knows it.
No, I did not think it was too harsh. Bullshit is still
bullshit, and pointing out out the stink of bullshit is a
> >It cannot be in situ, naturally. No, I've ceased reading
> >Holden's crap years ago. I still have a few megabytes of
> >his "Earth used to orbit Saturn" crap.
> That's the fuck, yes. I got some mail from Holden as well
> which I should add to the BONES directory. He demands that
> MacRae will be discovered to be a fool with egg on his face.
> "Some day!" - Childish school yard rant.
He once called me "The most insulting person" he had ever
met on the 'net over the past five years. I wish I had that
message printed and framed.
> Give Doctor MacRae a note telling him what you think. He
> did a SHIT load of good work -- all for free! -- and Holden
> repays him back by demanding MacRae lied about his findings
> -- like some kind of Satanic cabal of scientists suppressing
> the "truth."
Teddie reminds me of the Biblical inerrantists who believe
that "prophesy" is "all coming together," as they ignore the
evidence to the contrary. He believes that gravity was
somehow "less" when Earth was orbiting Saturn. Sheeish.
> >Saturday I watched "The Mysterous Origins of Man" nonsense.
> >The bullshit was even worse than I had heard.
> It appeared to be no different than the first showing. Did
> you like the right-wing survivalist stuff?
Well, part of my "favorate" was the structure where the sawed
blocks of sandstone and limestone were "too tight to fit a
needle through," and where the blocks were "level" (using a
Such blocks in the structure are the exception, not the rule.
One has to look long and hard for a block that is perfectly
level to the horrizon, though it is slightly easier to find
blocks that are tightly joined. This fact is explained in the
Weirdbase files, gathered by Hicks.
On the show they had someone take a 12-inch bubble level and
place it on the top of a low wall, and showed that the bubble
was centered in the level. Then five minutes later they showed
the same shot filmed from the opposite direction, as if to
pretend that it was a different block. If they had used a
four-foot level, spanning two or three blocks, the bubble
level would have shown that the wall is not level--- only that
particular block was.
How these level blocks and tight joints are supposed to be
evidence for a "superior civilization" the show didn't say.
Then the show claimed that the structure was alighed so that
the inner gate had the sun show through its opening during
the equinox, and the sun rise over the two corner posts, one
on each side of the main gate, during the solstices. The two
corners were equidistant from the gate--- the bullshit artist
who made the claim that the sun was supposed to rise over the
corner posts lamented that THEY NO LONGER DO, and he
therefore claimed not that his conclusion was false, but that
Earth had radically changed.
Since the corner posts are equidistant, the structure would
have to be built on the Equator before the three points
(center gate, two corner posts) would match during the equinox
and solstices. Also, the observer would have to stand at the
proper distance in front of the gate to see the sun rise over
the corner posts.
Also, if Earth did somehow shift its crust, NONE of the three
points should match the three solar events. The show implied
that the equinox matched the gate entrance, but the solstices