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Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 15, 2006, 11:00:17 PM
Over the past few weeks I have been spending countless hours researching on how man has been deceived in time and how time has deceived the man, I will summarize my conclusions in the following paragraphs. As I study one fact for days to ensure its accuracy, and I meditate on my conclusions ferociously.

   One of the earliest deceptions dates back to the time of Aristotle (384-322 BC).
Aristotle was well known for his philosophical nonsense, such nonsense can be backed by his book titled “History of Animals”  He stated that human males have more teeth than females.  It is common knowledge to most people that the teeth can vary according to life experience but in most cases they are the same.

I will continue my debunking of the deception of man in time.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 18, 2006, 03:38:10 PM
Alas I spent many hours of my day contemplating the forces that induced my meditative state, before I entered my reverie I researched the work of Eratosthenes.  According to many scholars Eratosthenes was knows for his measurements of the Earth. In my meditative state I came upon a problem that must be meditated on in order to proceed with further analysis.  In short that problem has to do with his apparent disorderly ways, I am brought to the following example.  One of the books that the pseudo-scholar published has gone missing, the title of that book was “On means” Apparently he conveniently misplaced that book, I am brought to question the legitimacy of the life he led.

   Tonight I will spend many hours meditating and pondering his work and fulfill me duty to my mind.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 20, 2006, 03:17:42 PM
In the interest of serving my mind, I have decided to spend three hours, in a deep state of being.  In honor or my meditation, I will be researching the cause of deception regarding the belief in a round earth, I will start by examining the historical implication that it has on several animal species including the animals of the Serengeti.  I will keep further updates coming as my mind extracts the data.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 22, 2006, 09:24:34 PM
This morning I decided that it would be appropriate to research the operation of the Sextant, for those of you who don’t know of this device, it is a device to measure a celestial object’s elivation above the horizon. (such as the sun)  Invented in 1731, it to my mind is a device of deception.  Its name reeks of satire and one of my associates stated that it was created as a joke by the organization.  I will further my research into other objects of navigation and state them in time.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: James on September 23, 2006, 09:50:56 AM
The Conspiracy may be blood-curdlingly evil, but at least they have a sense of humour I guess.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 25, 2006, 04:06:35 PM
In my days away from exertion, ancient devices of navigation have fascinated me.  I remember back to one of my extensive conversations with one of my intellectual contacts.  We discussed with great vigor the operation and the source of the Astrolabe  
For those who are not familiar with this device, it is a metal disk that was held suspended by a little ring. On the disk was a scale and a ruler near by to measure the information.   I was skeptical of this device upon hearing its vile name, in time I will show why it is a device of deception and dishonor.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 26, 2006, 09:02:03 PM
This evening, I sit on my velvet chair, in front of the wood burning fire, tea in hand, reading works from great writers such as Burgess and Robert Graves who wrote “I, Claudius”, this book in particular is one of my favorites for it taught me about the world for that we live in, tonight, I will be reading one of the books that I have read countless times before, its name is not as important, as the impact it has on my meditations.  I have spend many a night contemplating such that we as a people take for granted but are not questioning, some for instance such as 1 plus 1 has been argued on this forum and it has given me shall you say an edge over my minds ideas for positive enforcement of the natural know ideas.  Some ideas I have not shared in the forum but are of equal importance are in wait, In time, I will ask some questions that are as important as the theory of a round Earth.  For some reading this forum is an exercise in academia, for others an expression of laughter, and some a passion for knowledge, for whatever the reason, my hope is that we can share our ideas peacefully and respectably in support of one and another.  


Bullhorn
Title: Results of my study
Post by: James on September 28, 2006, 02:12:37 PM
Quote from: "bullhorn"
For some reading this forum is an exercise in academia, for others an expression of laughter, and some a passion for knowledge, for whatever the reason, my hope is that we can share our ideas peacefully and respectably in support of one and another.


A noble sentiment indeed.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 29, 2006, 08:45:55 PM
Where hast I find the answers I ask myself tonight?  In the fridge void of emptiness away from my meditations I ponder the answers.  I sit on the throne of velvet that besieges my calm. I wait in answer, in haste for the light that never appears.  These are the anguishes of a man who has not meditated, I know most of you probably do not engage in this fruitful activity, but desire the answers that can only be obtained in scilence.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: James on October 01, 2006, 12:31:09 PM
Quote from: "bullhorn"
Where hast I find the answers I ask myself tonight?  In the fridge void of emptiness away from my meditations I ponder the answers.  I sit on the throne of velvet that besieges my calm. I wait in answer, in haste for the light that never appears.  These are the anguishes of a man who has not meditated, I know most of you probably do not engage in this fruitful activity, but desire the answers that can only be obtained in scilence.


Sounds like you might be getting hooked. Be careful - meditation is fun and enlightening, but don't let it run your life! Too much could probably be dangerous. What if you succeeded in totally emptying your mind and actually fell into a coma or forgot to breathe or something?
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 01, 2006, 12:54:40 PM
Alas, my boundries are solid, my will steadfast.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 17, 2006, 10:39:17 PM
There has been much I have witnessed, during my meditations, All information has been sourced and I will provide further understanding in the future.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: James on December 18, 2006, 01:19:06 PM
Quote from: "bullhorn"
Alas, my boundries are solid, my will steadfast.


Surely your will is part of your mind. If you truly empty your mind, you will no longer possess will.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 24, 2006, 02:10:52 PM
Why does man not have the will of honor, this question, I have studied and looked to in my thought of mind, When man decides his will is iron, he goes about in a search of information, from departing on this forum to the scholarly activities, he does this with a goal in mind, to achieve an end, why man does not study for the needs of the mind and only the mind is beyond my understanding, I will look further to understand this.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 27, 2006, 09:04:56 PM
From the Stars, to Nautical Charts to GPS, navigation has undergone a vast change.  This change has been welcomed by most.  The reason is not hard to understand. It is welcome because it is easy. A novice sailor no longer has to rely on using his mind and the stars, he only now has to press a button and punch in where he wants to go.  Why this is occurring and what its purpose is I will uncover in my future meditations
Title: Results of my study
Post by: James on December 28, 2006, 09:45:13 AM
Electronic navigation makes it easier to cover up the Flat Earth
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 29, 2006, 06:28:08 PM
Indeed it does, indeed. But does that not warrant a retort.  People are usually satisfied with knowledge that lets them sleep at night, I am satisfied with nothing but the precision of truth and understanding of knowledge.  All across this land we can acquire GPS systems for our personal use.  These systems have become so common that you or I can walk into our nearest electronics store and obtain one for use in any number of applications. Using the “satellites” a sup posit multi billion dollar array, to determine our location on Earth.  This poses two problems that have not been examined with such interest as is necessary.  Why is this technology so widely available and why has no monetary fee been put on its use.  Overall one can say that the existence of this technology is a way to non-verbally tell the people that the Earth is round, and that there is a very good reason to believe this.  I will further study this nonsense and provide a conclusion in the upcoming months.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 06, 2007, 11:17:58 PM
Beauty, splendor, grandeur, greatness. No adjective can describe the beauty that is perfection.  Such perfection can be attributed to the meditations in which we flat earth philosophers prescribe to.  Such a vast network of lies lie in the presence of known knowledge.  Thus we as dignitaries to the accuracy of truth and justice join our mighty intellect and meditate on what is known and what is not.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 08, 2007, 10:37:02 PM
Navigation, steering of the mind in thought, these things are one in the same.  I have often looked to the world as a beacon of guidance. Lately, I have been troubled by the pace of movement, by the joust of progress, advancement of science.  Things such as transportation solutions have been late to never seen.  As I count the stars in the darkness, the lights of the flame, I will never finish as man will never finish the hunt for answers to what troubles him the most.  This is apparent to the world but not to the one.  I will look for solutions in the upcoming studys.
Title: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 17, 2007, 05:56:24 PM
What does it mean, where does it exist.  How must I as a Man achieve fortitude with honor, how must it be done, over the past few weeks I have undertaken many journeys with ends not seen and some foreseen, The studies will now continue the path is set the heart is iron, it is time I research the fires of thought.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 24, 2007, 08:52:13 PM
Why must I voice my reasoning, to whom must I respond.


As I further my study, these questions I must ask. The answers I must seek.
Knowledge is the key to the world, seek it with all trust.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: EvilToothpaste on April 18, 2007, 01:21:46 AM
He who seeks shall not find because he is pushing away, however, when you try to renounce seeking, you are still seeking.  It always comes back to this paradox.  If you engage in activity with a preconceived notion of what you think ought to happen, then you are not open to a surprise. 

No attempt to deal with the problem of what we have good reason to care about can possibly succeed.  Efforts to conduct a rational inquiry into the matter will inevitably be defeated and turned back upon themselves.  This is similar to chasing your shadow; your mind is part of "you" and you will never be able to examine it objectively.  Formulating some criterion of importance presupposes possession of the very criterion that is to be formulated. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 25, 2007, 10:14:28 PM
As I look to the nature of a man, I look to affirm my position in my scholarly days.
Several people of numerous professions come to my thoughts,
From the Professor who studies the ways of the enlightened.
To the mediator, who acts on pure thought.
Both have equal status as one, but not as one in the world as the same.
To understand the position I have taken I must look beyond the will of a man
And to the world earlier than that of the comprehending mind, the world of the nature
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 05, 2007, 10:49:55 AM
Nature, the world beyond the vale of thought.
A place where man has no ideas of thought
But only ideas of the mind, where must a man go to understand
his vision of need, where can you find this idea, but not in temperament of the wild.
As I look to my meditations, and the study at hand, I am forced to look beyond nature to the mystery of the sky.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 21, 2007, 06:31:49 PM
This is formost a idea of my studies, does the mind not strain the thought of forsight.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 22, 2007, 09:48:00 PM
As I strain my mind to the sky, I must confirm with my mind that I remain on the ground.

What paradox is this

How can I be sure that the ground exists when I look upon the sky, I can not confirm that the ground exists when I can not see it.

It may be possible that the ground is only created upon my glance.

But how is this so.

How does the mind see this in its true light.

Further meditation is needed
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 25, 2007, 09:58:12 PM
Understanding
Waiting
Breathing
Time


Does the mean it is true, or does it mean that it is not?

When must thou look to the heart of the subject and continue normal thought?

This is further upon mine minds understanding

Meditation will continue
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 27, 2007, 04:29:35 PM
Does the moon not glow in the night?

Does the sun not shine in the day?

In the day does the moon glow? and the sun does it still shine at night?

If I am to look to the world as a truth, must it not shine its truths upon to me?


Do I dare question the world?

Upon a meditation it will be so

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:18:48 PM
he loved the periods during deception
Over the past few weeks I have been spending countless hours researching on how man has been deceived in time and how time has deceived the man, I will summarize my conclusions in the following paragraphs. As I study one fact for days to ensure its accuracy, and I meditate on my conclusions ferociously.

   One of the earliest deceptions dates back to the time of Aristotle (384-322 BC).
Aristotle was well known for his philosophical nonsense, such nonsense can be backed by his book titled “History of Animals”  He stated that human males have more teeth than females.  It is common knowledge to most people that the teeth can vary according to life experience but in most cases they are the same.

I will continue my debunking of the deception of man in time.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:21:48 PM
it had to be defined by its' inventors' cousin
This morning I decided that it would be appropriate to research the operation of the Sextant, for those of you who don’t know of this device, it is a device to measure a celestial object’s elivation above the horizon. (such as the sun)  Invented in 1731, it to my mind is a device of deception.  Its name reeks of satire and one of my associates stated that it was created as a joke by the organization.  I will further my research into other objects of navigation and state them in time.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:24:01 PM
The Conspiracy may be blood-curdlingly evil, but at least they have a sense of humour I guess.
stop reminding us of rumsfeld
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:27:44 PM
This evening, I sit on my velvet chair, in front of the wood burning fire, tea in hand, reading works from great writers such as Burgess and Robert Graves who wrote “I, Claudius”, this book in particular is one of my favorites for it taught me about the world for that we live in, tonight, I will be reading one of the books that I have read countless times before, its name is not as important, as the impact it has on my meditations.  I have spend many a night contemplating such that we as a people take for granted but are not questioning, some for instance such as 1 plus 1 has been argued on this forum and it has given me shall you say an edge over my minds ideas for positive enforcement of the natural know ideas.  Some ideas I have not shared in the forum but are of equal importance are in wait, In time, I will ask some questions that are as important as the theory of a round Earth.  For some reading this forum is an exercise in academia, for others an expression of laughter, and some a passion for knowledge, for whatever the reason, my hope is that we can share our ideas peacefully and respectably in support of one and another.  


Bullhorn
do you think that when we are burning in the core of the earth, in the next life, that we will feel the earth spinning?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:29:25 PM
Quote from: bullhorn
Where hast I find the answers I ask myself tonight?  In the fridge void of emptiness away from my meditations I ponder the answers.  I sit on the throne of velvet that besieges my calm. I wait in answer, in haste for the light that never appears.  These are the anguishes of a man who has not meditated, I know most of you probably do not engage in this fruitful activity, but desire the answers that can only be obtained in scilence.

Sounds like you might be getting hooked. Be careful - meditation is fun and enlightening, but don't let it run your life! Too much could probably be dangerous. What if you succeeded in totally emptying your mind and actually fell into a coma or forgot to breathe or something?
dogplat, you treat him like an old man---wait till you know for sure
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:33:12 PM
Indeed it does, indeed. But does that not warrant a retort.  People are usually satisfied with knowledge that lets them sleep at night, I am satisfied with nothing but the precision of truth and understanding of knowledge.  All across this land we can acquire GPS systems for our personal use.  These systems have become so common that you or I can walk into our nearest electronics store and obtain one for use in any number of applications. Using the “satellites” a sup posit multi billion dollar array, to determine our location on Earth.  This poses two problems that have not been examined with such interest as is necessary.  Why is this technology so widely available and why has no monetary fee been put on its use.  Overall one can say that the existence of this technology is a way to non-verbally tell the people that the Earth is round, and that there is a very good reason to believe this.  I will further study this nonsense and provide a conclusion in the upcoming months.
all to make us forget our purpose on earth, so that they may swat us to death with a giant fly-swatter
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:37:04 PM
Electronic navigation makes it easier to cover up the Flat Earth
are these electronic navigators symmetrical on the north and south sides of the equator? the tropic of capricorn is larger than the tropic of cancer on the united nations flag map!!!
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:38:39 PM
Beauty, splendor, grandeur, greatness. No adjective can describe the beauty that is perfection.  Such perfection can be attributed to the meditations in which we flat earth philosophers prescribe to.  Such a vast network of lies lie in the presence of known knowledge.  Thus we as dignitaries to the accuracy of truth and justice join our mighty intellect and meditate on what is known and what is not.
wow true !
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:40:08 PM
What does it mean, where does it exist.  How must I as a Man achieve fortitude with honor, how must it be done, over the past few weeks I have undertaken many journeys with ends not seen and some foreseen, The studies will now continue the path is set the heart is iron, it is time I research the fires of thought.
distance mine eyes hath sealed
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:42:29 PM
REASONING ALWAYS REMAINS WITHIN . your ears hear your thoughts
Why must I voice my reasoning, to whom must I respond.


As I further my study, these questions I must ask. The answers I must seek.
Knowledge is the key to the world, seek it with all trust.



Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:45:14 PM
As I strain my mind to the sky, I must confirm with my mind that I remain on the ground.

What paradox is this

How can I be sure that the ground exists when I look upon the sky, I can not confirm that the ground exists when I can not see it.

It may be possible that the ground is only created upon my glance.

But how is this so.

How does the mind see this in its true light.

Further meditation is needed
the Feet are one of the 7 senses
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 28, 2007, 01:47:14 PM
Does the moon not glow in the night?

Does the sun not shine in the day?

In the day does the moon glow? and the sun does it still shine at night?

If I am to look to the world as a truth, must it not shine its truths upon to me?


Do I dare question the world?

Upon a meditation it will be so


Does the truth hesitate?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 30, 2007, 11:34:10 PM
         At present, upon my chair I sit, waiting, pondering, preoccupied by what it means to be alive. What purpose does my person serve?  What is the meaning of my existence? Scholars have looked to this with a restful calm.  Several meanings have been thought, debated and overlooked.   

         Some say the meaning of life is to make the world we live upon better than before we lived on it.  As noble a statement as this is, it fails.  Unless we have lived a life of but servitude to nature and with it non-materialistic consumption.  We have failed in our endeavors.  Each of us consumes the resources that sustain life in all its total.  It is impossible to improve when we take that which is all.


       Some will say, live a life that is True.  Alas, what is true to one man, may not be true to another.  As I a man who knows not his purpose or his existence, but lives it on a daily basis, I often wonder what is true and what is not.  Textbook after Textbook, novel after novel, I have but a library of knowledge that I cannot justify as I have not justified truth.


One must wonder if there is a pattern to life.  Meditation is one thing, that may in fact lead to the answers, if not to all, then to one.

I look to Descartes on my days of questions, does his lack of knowing mean there is an answer in his world.


Study is necessary, thus my study will continue.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on October 31, 2007, 08:25:35 AM
This is the meaning of life...I say..." Too bad, I was created by God, and too bad, so were you!"
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on November 26, 2007, 10:50:18 PM
Raa, do you question your thoughts, or do you question its actions?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on November 29, 2007, 04:10:21 PM
Raa, do you question your thoughts, or do you question its actions?
I question everything outside of me except mankind
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 02, 2007, 01:59:07 PM
Upon my thoughts I ponder, where, why, how is it so.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 02, 2007, 03:04:41 PM
Upon my thoughts I ponder, where, why, how is it so.
those are all outside the realm of man
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 02, 2007, 06:26:58 PM
Is it possible that the phrase "Outside the Box" came from such a statement?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 03, 2007, 11:49:53 AM
The Box is You; Outside is the Universe...man not included!
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 03, 2007, 11:52:57 AM
This is the result of my study
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 03, 2007, 11:54:21 AM
I guess this ends "this topic" eh?  :P
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 03, 2007, 12:03:42 PM
and here is my conclusion
'yes, man has been decieved in time, but for time to decieve man makes a claim of envisioning another universe, primarily one without the sun, but only in the futur, after this sun has perished' and this is where many men and God will try and describe that period.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 03, 2007, 10:24:17 PM
Alas my good friend, the study is something that must continue, I must address certain things that have been the savage of my thoughts, the brick in the water, the feather on the steel.


   How to put forth reasoning in an uncertain world. 


Thus the study will continue, as the sun still shines upon the fruitfull grass on yonder
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on December 04, 2007, 10:23:04 AM
A man can turn his back against a dead body
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on December 20, 2007, 07:12:29 AM
Bullhorn, I think you might enjoy the first few chapters of Bertand Russell's "Problems of Philosophy". He discusses, with considerable insight, the ineffability of matter and existence - though I can't guarantee anything conclusive will come of it.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on January 02, 2008, 12:28:22 PM
when you describe the universe perfectly, that is only an invertional explanation of it
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that's why bowing is important
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on January 02, 2008, 05:49:57 PM
Because it is an inversion of the body, of sorts?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on January 02, 2008, 07:20:25 PM
At 1st I didn't see your question mark, but let me try and answer. I read this phrase 20 years ago and have little studied it, but here we go. The universe [& therefore God] deserve so much respect that it can not be directly accessable to the mind or eye, that's why it was left inversional, but that's good because it was only left inversional to our minds. In other words, if you can accept its' interpretation as being inversional, and that that is the best and only way to understand it fully, then you understand it, except it is inversional. You can never see it directly. If we did see it directly, then we would be like trees; nudging in the wind.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 04, 2008, 08:10:25 PM
Interesting
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on January 05, 2008, 09:31:06 AM
Raa, do you question your thoughts, or do you question its actions?
action is part of thought, because i can think beyond the finish line
happy people don't question their thoughts
i can't question it's actions
to question is to review
hmm, the actions of thought. hmm
sounds like hierarchical intelligence of hell; the mentality of hells' guards
i question fe knowledge only - everything else is a yes or a no
 :-*
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on January 17, 2008, 01:06:31 PM
Raa, do you question your thoughts, or do you question its actions?
action is part of thought, because i can think beyond the finish line
happy people don't question their thoughts
i can't question it's actions
to question is to review
hmm, the actions of thought. hmm
sounds like hierarchical intelligence of hell; the mentality of hells' guards
i question fe knowledge only - everything else is a yes or a no
 :-*

I believe that action is not thought, it is surely a manifestation of thought.

The globularist question, certainly, is a yes or a no if anything is?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on January 17, 2008, 04:39:19 PM
I believe that action is not thought, it is surely a manifestation of thought.

The globularist question, certainly, is a yes or a no if anything is?

_________--------___________ No to Both
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on January 21, 2008, 01:38:19 PM
How?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on January 22, 2008, 11:24:26 AM
I believe that action is not thought, it is surely a manifestation of thought.
 No, because, if action is not thought then it is not a manifestation of thought. Even sitting there is action. I do agree that thought is not action. They are separated from each other, even though this doesn´t happen in everyone.

The globularist question, certainly, is a yes or a no if anything is?
No because I am not a globulist. I say no to everything globulists say! Anybody who thinks they´re living on a globe is wrong about everything.

_________--------___________ No to Both
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 21, 2010, 07:26:41 PM
Alas, to open ones mind to the possibility of the ages.  For many months I have pondered the vast vista of my thoughts. My one with nature the pulse of my life and sleep.  I have wondered about Eratosthenes, and the way he determined the curve of the earth.  The common theme in this vast deep of knowledge and wonder is that the Earth is not round, but flat as a disk.  There can be one and only one answer as to the reason that his measurement of the pillars was wrong.  He had hired a man, now this man's job was to traverse the distance between Alexandria to Syene and return to provide Eratosthenes with a number, now this number was supposed to be the distance between, about 800 KM. From this he determined that the earth was flat by putting some shadows into a formula he came up with a answer.  There is a problem, the man he hired most likely was the town drunk, this man was very much of a lower capacity.  Its foolish enough to be told to travel 800 km and return with a number between to places.  So on the way he stopped at every tavern from every direction.  By the time he came back he was in a drunken stooper and could not give an accurate answer.  This is the fist example in history as to why history has failed man
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Raa on April 21, 2010, 08:19:46 PM
after we determine the location of many points on this earth as ro the positions of the sun, then maybe we'll decide what a kilometer is.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on April 21, 2010, 09:43:42 PM
In vino falsitas.

If Herodotus is to be believed, the hireling of Eratosthenes would have drunk barley beer, rather than wine, as the Egyptians lacked the proper agricultural conditions and infrastructure for vineyards (Herod. II.77.4). However, it should not be assumed that its properties were anything like our contemporaneous beers of modernity, in fact by the Ancient Greek metric (i.e. by comparison to wine) the Egyptian zythos (the beer) was considered extremely strong (Xen. An. IV.5.27). If wines average at a strength of 10% volume (for the sake of argument), there are 10ml, i.e., one unit of pure alcohol per 100ml. Let us assume that Egyptian beer was somewhat stronger - let's use the conservative figure of 12% (12ml alcohol per 100ml).

Egyptians drank beer from oval jars, such as this typical specimen pictured below, discovered at Giza by AERA:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v499/dogplatter/LCA4.jpg)

Based on the scale, the jar looks to be approximately oval-shaped, roughly 15cm around and 30cm tall.
Treat the jar turned on its side as an oblate spheroid for the purpose of approximating its volume.

Let 'a' and 'b' = equatorial radii of the beer jar, and let 'c' = polar radius of the beer jar

(i.e., a = 15cm, b = 7.5cm, c = 7.5cm).

The volume of any ellipsoid is equal to (4/3) * π * a * b * c.

Therefore the volume of the beer jar is approximately (4/3) * 3.14 * 15 * 7.5 * 7.5 cm3.

4/3 = 1.33...

1.33 * 3.14 * 15 * 7.5 * 7.5 = 3523.66... cm3.

Assume 1ml of beer per cubic centimetre. Therefore the capacity of the beer jar is approximately 3523ml, or 3.5 litres of potent Egyptian beer.

If we assume that this degenerate stopped at Naucratis, Merimda, Heliopolis, Memphis, Itjtawy, Heracleopolis, Oxyrhynchus, Thebes, Coptos and Sebennytus, consuming on average one jar of powerful Egyptian zythos in each of these towns, he would have imbibed 4 litres of pure alcohol by the time he reached Syene, enough to kill a normal human four times over (the median lethal dose of alcohol in mammals is around 1.4g/kg bodymass. If a human weighs 70kg, the median lethal dose will be 98g [i.e., ml]). This gives you some idea of the level to which our globularist hero, Erastothenes' Earth-measurer, would have sunk. He was either incredibly fat, incredibly resilient to alcohol - from years of abuse - or, most likely, a combination of both. By the time he reached Syene he was, in any case, if the above estimations are correct, as drunk as a lord.

If he had only been better at measuring his crippling alcohol dependency, he might just have been a little better at measuring the Earth.


REFERENCES

Herodotus. The Histories.
Xenophon. Anabasis.

UCSB Laboratory Safety Program. (2008) 'Basic Toxicology'. University of California Website. Retrieved 22/04/10 from URL: http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/units/labsfty/labrsc/lstoxicology.htm

Ancient Egypt Research Associates. (2007) 'AERA - Ancient Egyptian ceramics, Ancient Egyptian pottery'. AERA Website. Retrieved 22/04/10 from URL: http://www.aeraweb.org/lost_city_age.asp
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 22, 2010, 07:49:34 PM
The grand citadel of the mind, is thrust down below the pain of debate.  For is it not the way of the mind to require sleep.  We live to be but seventy-five, but live less twenty-five.  Where has the though but to vanish in ones dreams. To what use does it use. To what force drains the bastion of the thought.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 25, 2010, 11:36:49 AM
            Thou shall look upon himself with no doubt and with do no solace.  As one but lays his head upon the sum sheets of a pillow and cloth, he may fact wonder about the musings of the day hath gone past.  Worry upon the coins of credit and finny, the tide of romance.  Half past the hour of midnight. On knowing the church of anew. Canst a fullsome man no naught?  The mind wax through the night. Recalling the rennies of days gone past.

   Slender is the proby of thought.  Art one to know his mind and his teachings.  I have done much to impact the study which lays before me. It is of most care that I nurture its growth, its but a passion in my midst.  Untainted, allowing the reader to embrace the thoughts spoken in the vast cavern of binary.  For one need not have a pour of thought studst the words.  From the sailing ships upon the sea, to the horse stalled upon the stable, the car in its bay.  Width using ones thoughts, thy may sail through the ocean of mind, and, find within him, a fortune not in gold but a fortune in the thoughts.  Whether you be but young, old, Sir or lady. You may find naught cruelty in thy study, but find you enjoy your year cometh upon.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 10, 2010, 10:55:50 PM
Life, health, a sound mind.  These things elude us as did the imagine of Homer.
"Young men's minds are always changeable, but when an old man is concerned in a matter, he looks both before and after."  These words are of Homer, in his Lion quest of Iliad.  Gone are the men of the past, but leave with them not but scribe upon a canvas.  The quote is but of a sound thought.  Words spoken to a people of decades pro.  
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Ichimaru Gin :] on August 11, 2010, 09:58:17 AM
I sometimes fear youth is my only weakness.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 25, 2010, 05:35:47 PM
     As the flot parts a path of steady onhreran, the voice of a gull is but drowned by the voice of the constant tide.  For it is not that we question its motive or its intent.  We know without measure that it will always flow.  It will flow as does the earth shall breath.  Knowing full of its miht, we press it for answers.

I look to nature for inspiration for my studies.  The university at which I teach pales before the journey which has no road.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 27, 2010, 10:22:47 PM
   One of my colleagues, a man of the sea and true Bargemaster, were discussing the methods of past travel and navigation upon the sea.  Both of us thoroughly disgusted by the sailors of new, and their constant reliance and dependence on satellite navigation.   In thought of this I took to his attention the old navigation device called The Chip Log, it allows you to estimate your speed of travel.  For those to whom are negligent with your studies of the past, I will do my best to rekindle your thoughts.

   The Chip Log works on the idea that if you put a large piece of wood upon the sea, you can chart your course of travel and the given knots.  By doing so you may calculate your movement upon the sea, and to estimate your time of arrival.  By close examination of the fallen wood tree you may hath find your current speed.  Although a trained seafaring captain can use this without fail, there was a need to improve it for the junior and less competent.  A rope was tied to its mass, and with upon it knots (this is the origin of the speed measurement Knot) were tied at intervals, by calculating its passing from the fairlead to the bow, it was able to provide a precise measurement, but, much less than the skilled and honoured Capitan, but, solid enough for the jesters of old.   It has been said that the sailors of the past were true to their craft, and the boatmen of today are reliant on computers and are scabs to the coin, unable to navigate much less than a fool.

             I would like to add that Brother James has recommended reading Problems with Philosophy by Bertrand Russell.  I have been reading this book for over two years now, I find this to be beneficial to anyone here trying to understand their life.  Most important the chapter titled Truth and Falsehood.  I would recommend this book here to most of the people who care of the world in which we live.

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on August 28, 2010, 07:21:15 AM
Russell is indeed a perceptive and engaging writer, with an excellent grasp of all the big issues in philosophy. Some logicians only really know logic, and some metaphysicians only really know metaphysics. Russell knows his way around all the major branches of philosophy, from ethics to epistemology.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on September 01, 2010, 11:51:04 AM
Russell is indeed a perceptive and engaging writer, with an excellent grasp of all the big issues in philosophy. Some logicians only really know logic, and some metaphysicians only really know metaphysics. Russell knows his way around all the major branches of philosophy, from ethics to epistemology.

Coincidentally, although I do value the very negative critique made by Trotskyites of Fabians and most moderate western leftists (who essentially represent some form of imperialism with a democratic facade), I had recently become interested in Bertrand Russell's very fair 1920 constructive critique of Bolshevik politics from a democratic perspective (in spite of Russell's automatic assumption of a protestant prejudice with reguard to the Christian anchorites of the Egyptian desert as expressed in the preface), especially in view of the fact that Russell welcomed the Bolshevik revolution.

The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism
By Bertrand Russell
http://www.amazon.com/Practice-Theory-Bolshevism-Bertrand-Russell/dp/1104322889

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Interesting post about navigation.  Here are a couple of links on traditional navigation:

Foundation For Promotion of Art of Navigation
http://navigationfoundation.org/

Celestial Navigation Net
http://www.celestialnavigation.net/
http://www.celestialnavigation.net/resources.html

Celestial Navigation Books and Equipment
http://www.celestaire.com/
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on September 03, 2010, 11:04:11 PM
Russell is indeed a perceptive and engaging writer, with an excellent grasp of all the big issues in philosophy. Some logicians only really know logic, and some metaphysicians only really know metaphysics. Russell knows his way around all the major branches of philosophy, from ethics to epistemology.

Coincidentally, although I do value the very negative critique made by Trotskyites of Fabians and most moderate western leftists (who essentially represent some form of imperialism with a democratic facade), I had recently become interested in Bertrand Russell's very fair 1920 constructive critique of Bolshevik politics from a democratic perspective (in spite of Russell's automatic assumption of a protestant prejudice with reguard to the Christian anchorites of the Egyptian desert as expressed in the preface), especially in view of the fact that Russell welcomed the Bolshevik revolution.

The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism
By Bertrand Russell
http://www.amazon.com/Practice-Theory-Bolshevism-Bertrand-Russell/dp/1104322889

Bertrand Russell was not alone in his opinion.  Lenin's friend and fellow Bolshevik Maxim Gorky preceeded Bertrand Russell by at least two years with the exactly same opinion.

Untimely Thoughts
By Maxim Gorky
http://www.amazon.com/Untimely-Thoughts-Revolution-Bolsheviks-Literature/dp/0300060696
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on September 05, 2010, 05:33:44 AM
Russell is indeed a perceptive and engaging writer, with an excellent grasp of all the big issues in philosophy. Some logicians only really know logic, and some metaphysicians only really know metaphysics. Russell knows his way around all the major branches of philosophy, from ethics to epistemology.

Coincidentally, although I do value the very negative critique made by Trotskyites of Fabians and most moderate western leftists (who essentially represent some form of imperialism with a democratic facade), I had recently become interested in Bertrand Russell's very fair 1920 constructive critique of Bolshevik politics from a democratic perspective (in spite of Russell's automatic assumption of a protestant prejudice with reguard to the Christian anchorites of the Egyptian desert as expressed in the preface), especially in view of the fact that Russell welcomed the Bolshevik revolution.

The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism
By Bertrand Russell
http://www.amazon.com/Practice-Theory-Bolshevism-Bertrand-Russell/dp/1104322889


Russell's critiques of Soviet society do make for a good read, and even more so when you consider that at the time of writing, it was extremely unfashionable to be pro-communist and at the same time anti-Soviet in British left wing circles. My only criticism of his social essays is that they to tend to generalise and make sweeping statements (the latter something Russell does a great deal in most of his writings), and that he is unduly dismissive of Flat Earth Theory, though he is far from alone in that respect.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on September 05, 2010, 08:23:28 PM
My only criticism of his social essays is that they to tend to generalise and make sweeping statements (the latter something Russell does a great deal in most of his writings), and that he is unduly dismissive of Flat Earth Theory, though he is far from alone in that respect.

Bertrand Russell's out of hand dismissal of the flat earth movement seems to be akin to the prejudice that led to his automatic dismissal of the desert monasticism of early Christians as futility.  Many protestants, especially the religious ones, have a similar prejudice.  The rise of protestantism - which is a religion largely devoid of Christian tradition - paralleled the rise of modern pseudo-science which became very much of a religion itself.  I am sure that Russell would understandably feel uncomfortable being compared to religious protestants, but he does have a common background with them in so far as they both accepted much of modern "science" and they both rejected most Christian traditions.  Those twin developments are legacies of the protestant revolt (which actually did not go far enough since further searching would have inevitably led them eastwards) and the occult so-called scientific revolution.  Many or most of the founders of protestantism such as Lutherans like Melancthon and Anglicans like John Dee were deep into occultism.  The same applies to the founders of modern "science."

  For the most part, religious protestants are far less intelligent than people like Bertrand Russell (especially on issues like social matters or politics) because they retain more of the baggage of their pathetic (artificial) traditions than Bertrand Russell did which blinds them to understanding things like the "why" of the Bolshevik revolution which was a surprise to many religious papists and protestants who predictably and unfortunately opposed it.  This is still the truth with the blindness of the religious right who are stuck in the eighteenth century.  This blind religiousity is even true of many "Orthodox" Christians.  If it were not so, then the Bolshevik revolution would not have been necessary.  It is left to far sighted men like the Russian priest Georges Florovsky to chronicle the reality of this truth.

http://www.amazon.com/Georges-Florovsky-Intellectual-Orthodox-Churchman/dp/088141137X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1283742576&sr=1-1

http://www.myriobiblos.gr/texts/english/florovsky_ways.html
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 07, 2010, 06:00:59 PM
       Neurologist Oliver Stacks, the revered professor of psychiatry and neurology at the Columbia University Medical Center, is, the author of several case studies in the field of neurological science.  Stacks has studied cases from the far reaches of medical science.  He has documented in his illustrious career, people, living their lives on the far side of human reason.  A few of his writings have garnered my attention, and, are fit to mention.  The book entitled "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat" is an excellent example.


       One of the studies that I find interesting  in the book is called "The man who fell out of bed"  In short, this is a man who thought his leg was fake due to the fact that he had no feeling in it, by not being able to feel it, he treated it as such.  Throwing it around and out of his bed regularly.  Along with that, there is another called "The Lost Mariner"  This man was a 19 years old, handsome, and who operated a radio on a Submarine during the Second World War. From stress or other events he was left severely mentally crippled, he is/was unable to remember events after the 1940's so as such he lives his life as if he is still 19 years old, but equipped with a advantageous knowledge of Science and Mathematics.


       There are numerous stories in this book from Doctor Stacks clinical studies.  It talks about people who do not fall into the mainstream acceptance of how one should act and behave, be it in an academic, social or professional setting.  Who is to say what the correct way to behave is. Society has claimed a stake on what is allowed, and, what is forbidden.  To do else, is but to be cast as having a mental condition or a sociological destructive condition.  As an example, we do not ask people that hear voices in their head what the voices are saying, or, what message they are trying to convey.  We cast them as having delusions or having hallucinations.  We do not take the time to ask them of what it could mean, or, possibly understand the message being wrote in their mind.  Agreed 99 percent may have a disorder, but what can be said for the other 1 percent.

       As we look to assimilate all of man into a direction of servitude and obedience, it takes someone from the outside of common thought to examine what is wrong with the way we conduct our beliefs and actions.  This has been the way of evolution.  99 percent are the same but there may be the one percent with a particular set of thoughts and mind, that can bring about change for the rest of us, in an incredible and beautiful way.  This is what I believe that Dr. Stacks is aiming for in his work and it would be wise to open our eyes and look for the truth hidden among the rocks of life.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 15, 2010, 11:15:09 PM
"There is only a fingers difference between a wise man and a fool"  This is a quote by the Greek philosopher Diogenes of Sinope.  Throughout my day I apply this to my actions.  Knowing full well that most live behind a wall of Cynicism.  So dependant are we as a people on the complexities of life, we fall into a guise of moral duty to ourselves and to forget the outside world as if it does not exist.  As it does not exist beyond our comfortable house and home.  

When consumption entertains our every being returning to that of a simple life is of most calm and full pass not love.  We have within our means to live our life not in the mannerisms of comfort and luxury, but to live it the way nature intended.  This is man's sword and Diogenes lived by it.

By choice, not by status he lived as a poor man, begging and abstaining from comforts of life.  Plato addressed him at times, and with his addresses, they discussed what is before his eyes, and how they can be deceived.  Plato, the fool that he was spoke to Diogenes about the lunch on his table and the thirst he had on the hot day.  "I can see the cup on the table, but I can not see the cupness"   In  analysis how can we say that a cup can ever have a purpose.

For my Masters Degree, I had to propose a thesis.  I had spoken to my professor about doing the life of Diogenes.  I lived in my car for one year, this was an extended thesis, but none the less I spoke to my teacher and was given permission to live a simple life.  I lived off the Earth as did Diogenes.  I lived on the street as a simple man, living in my car and rummaging the garbage bins.  This was for my thesis but it gave me an understanding of how a dog on the street did.  Twenty years later I can apply this to my life today and I can view it from the life histories most famous Philosopher.  
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 17, 2010, 11:08:45 PM
I have decided to post a research paper that I constructed several years ago, I feel it is as valid today as it was back then.  It can put to rest many of the issues that divide this forum in a most positive way.

   

   I think it is time that we take a serious look at the issues as to why the theory for a round earth is flawed and the reasons behind it.  From the most basic mathematical equations taught in educational institutions, to the complex library of false figures and records that circulate in the academic world.  For those of you who are new to the forum it is necessary to understand the difference between an educated person that believes in a round earth, and an educated person that believes in a flat one.  Both have reasons as to why they believe in one-theory vs. the other.  Although both (people) are educated, one is educated on a belief that is founded in deception and fabrication, and the other is educated in what can be called "real world science".  I will show in this document why even the most basic mathematical equation as taught in school fails under scrutiny and why because of this, the theory for a round earth fails as well.

    When our children are educated in there early years of life, they are taught what we as a society deem is appropriate as a base for lifelong learning.  Subjects taught in early school for example is grammar and mathematics.  An example of an early basic math equation taught in the concept of addition is   1 + 1   it is common knowledge that the answer to that question is 2.  This of course works.  For example if we have one apple and we take another apple and we put them side by side on a flat table and ask 100 educated people how many apples we have on the table, assuming that there is indeed one apple beside the other apple, most of the 100 people would say that there are two apples present.  And if we asked those people to write on a piece of paper the equation that allowed them to arrive at that conclusion, most people would write something such as this 1 + 1 = 2   You could of course repeat this experiment with as many controlled groups as you would like and for the most part the documented results would be the same.

      There is of course a circumstance that occurs in nature that shows why sometimes 1 + 1 does not equal 2.  If one was to go outside during a rainy day and observe raindrops interacting with one and another, something interesting happens.  When you have one raindrop beside another, for some reason, when they touch each other, they join up and become a single raindrop.  According to the education system, 1 raindrop and another raindrop should be 2, but according to real world science one raindrop and another raindrop touching equals one raindrop.  Some of you may say but there are 2 raindrops they are just together.  What I would say to that is "As I am observing the raindrop I observe one raindrop not two." To summaries, according to the educational system that most round earth theorists refer to 1 + 1 = 2 and according to real world science that us flat earth theorists go by 1 + 1 = 1 and 1 + 1 = 2 (It really depends on the situation) In all reality we flat earth theorists are open minded, and can understand that sometimes the taught base education is wrong and this has been shown wrong in the above explanation.

      Even through I have examined the most basic mathematical equation and showed why under certain circumstances it can fail, it brings us to the most important fact at hand.  If we cannot trust the most basic mathematical equation then how can we trust anything else that modern science dictates.  The entire world runs on a system that in all simplicity can be boiled down to simple mathematics.  What I am trying to show in my documentation is that although most people are fine living in a world composed of a one sided viewpoint.  I hope people can understand that by using real world observations they can come to their own conclusions about the world that are usually correct.  You can observe almost everyday why the most basic mathematical theory fails. You can also observe the earth as you look into the horizon.  Remember no matter what anyone tells you, the ONLY place that you can read about a round earth is in scientific documents and literature (Textbooks) The only place you can observe a flat earth is well, everywhere.  Science tends to be something that is always changing and from my experience through school, is, that nothing in science can ever be trusted with all certainty.  Even if you think what I have shown in the above paragraphs is false, please remember that it is important to look at everything with a critical mind and a critical viewpoint.  Even if you think it is ridiculous to believe that the earth is flat in todays world, please remember that it is critical that you as a person examine everything that you think you know because it may surprise you.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on September 22, 2010, 12:03:36 AM
Thank you my brother Bullhorn, it is always a pleasure to hear you speak on mathematics. I remember this point was debated before and the example of the rain drops is always an enlightenment to those who have not considered it.

Also I have begun reading the short stories of Oliver Stacks M.D., in the book The Man Who Mistook his Wife For a Hat: And Other Clinical Tales which you recommended. They are at the same time light-hearted but address fundamental aspects of philosophical and psychological problems. I am enjoying this book very much.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Ichimaru Gin :] on September 22, 2010, 08:49:04 AM
Quote from: Dr. Philip Hefner
Clarity that comes too easily is the enemy of deeper understanding
Technology and Human Becoming
Would you agree or disagree with Dr. Hefner?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 27, 2010, 10:45:46 PM
Alone in the bare broken sky


      When upon my eyes but lay the earth on its course.  To where it is going, no one hath know.  By its continue may we find its destiny.  Our life is but a flicker of a forever burning flame.  To ask to whom was it lit is to ask to whom shall it be extinguished.  The flame is but a metaphor to the earth as is the earth to our soul.  Ask a poor man if he shall wonder of the riches of man, but as a rich man if he but wonder about the style of the poor.  It is without care and regret that he no care for it.  It is without cause that the substance of life is without measure.  For in life it is important but in death it is but not.  We yet wonder about the earth, its shape and its tone.  But are we to know, are we to understand its ways.  It is not I to say what it is or for that matter what it is not.  We must look to history, the history of men from the past.  Every idea that has been, is, from history.  And history has shown that accepted ideas today are not the ideas that are true.  It is know that we are writing history, as man has done the time ago.  We must learn from the volleys of pain and insult to the mind.  We must know that we are wrong, that our ideas are as wrong as when we want to look for the truth, it is within our selves and our mind.  A man who is moneyless knows more for life that does the wealthy man.  The poor man is alone in a bare broken sky, and the rich man is together with the clouded fog of illusion, and, within him honest to the past.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on November 18, 2010, 08:30:56 PM
The Folly of Man


   The Giant Oak reigns tall among the days of man, heed not its power we plough it down with the brush of our hand.  The fields where it hath rain are but disrobed upon the stench of power.  Heed its warning doth unknown to the bare breast where it has came.  We wonder of its nature, but care not for its destiny.  The soothing purr of a engine gnashing through yonder forest.  It resides in our life and our mind, hear the cry of timber as we plane it from its domain.
 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 07, 2011, 10:09:13 PM
A new year, hath doth rein upon untold a new dawn.  In my absence has but grown as the heart yonder for strength.  Where has the time gone.  For it was just time ago I started its look less it stands on the course of triumph.  Poetry is the true test of a man`s steel.  Where he can speak in of the world without but regret in how he expresses his beliefs honour his body less his mind.  The onus is but on us the reader to express our masculine side less not our side of passion.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on February 07, 2011, 10:16:31 PM
The Folly of Man


   The Giant Oak reigns tall among the days of man, heed not its power we plough it down with the brush of our hand.  The fields where it hath rain are but disrobed upon the stench of power.  Heed its warning doth unknown to the bare breast where it has came.  We wonder of its nature, but care not for its destiny.  The soothing purr of a engine gnashing through yonder forest.  It resides in our life and our mind, hear the cry of timber as we plane it from its domain.

Sounds like you've been reading Wendell Berry.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 14, 2011, 11:22:35 PM
The Farmer

"The hardworking farmer should be the first to receive a share of the crops" (Bible Saying)

Is it not but from the hand of a Cropman does the grain doth not flow.  The fields where it has been are not the fields of today.  The farmer is but a man with less no respect.  Do we thank the ground as we serve ourselves the sweat of his brow.  Do we thank him with but only a letter of grim.
These questions are not told nor asked in the pale dawn of our thankless lives.

What one of you inspires to tend the fields of our world.  Not one but answers.  I would ask that we thank our farmers and the work that they hath done.  It is with courage they wake at dawn and eat at dusk.  With all to tend to their enjoyment is the dreams he has in his sack of slumber.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on February 14, 2011, 11:30:37 PM
Ecclesiastes 5:9

The profit of the earth is for all; the king himself is dependent upon the field.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on February 14, 2011, 11:44:46 PM
What one of you inspires to tend the fields of our world.  Not one but answers.  I would ask that we thank our farmers and the work that they hath done.  It is with courage they wake at dawn and eat at dusk.  With all to tend to their enjoyment is the dreams he has in his sack of slumber.

You are immigration reformers' worst enemy.
I nominate you for governor of Arizona.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 24, 2011, 10:49:40 PM
Aurochs


        What link do animals of the past have on the truth.  I can think of one animal that has through its time in history come against the past beliefs.  History is such that events that have occurred, have occurred.  There is no place to question this fact.  This is why looking at the past animals we can but understand ourselves.  Aurochs was in his days, a great and powerful beast.  So powerful and masculine that he was revered until his extinction.  Standing over 6 and a half feet tall he was a massive mammal.  One could say he was on par with the great groomed Cerberus.  Forever captured in inc on cave walls as past Frenchmen were at Lascaux.  When looked upon Aurochs would strike fear into men.  As this was a factor in its extinction.  The animals bust can be viewed and examined in Estonia.  Embodying  a strength that even a young hunter in the Gallic war can not penetrate.


The link of this animal will be discussed in the coming months.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on February 26, 2011, 01:18:25 PM
I agree brother bullhorn. Tracing the history and progeny of animals can expose unknown truths. I do look forward to your future postings on this.

I also find other posts here in your study quite interesting.  I have for some time been able to meditate to a very deep level and have expanded my abilities while ranging deeper and deeper into thought.  

Before changing majors in college I was pursuing a degree in psychology and was taking classes at the master's degree level.  It was at that juncture that I parted ways with that career which is a journey of discovery I can elaborate on at another time. Suffice it to say that the conflict between a poet and an in-training psychologist did not work for me.  Something had to give and the poet won out only to have that usurped once I turned in another direction.  

I did, however, obtain a level of personal understanding through the psychology coursework that didn't hurt when it came time to understanding certain aspects of the mind.

I have been exploring the subconscious mind for quite some time and it does take deep meditation to arrive at that destination.  The realm of the subconscious that is so potent yet subtle that it will generally influence our thinking and decision making without us being aware of it.

Although they can not be directly corralled and held for specific attention, I have found that establishing an awareness of specific aspects of the subconscious mind and identifying problems within it, one can actually address issues within to an appreciable extent.

This I believe has a direct impact on wisdom. The subconscious mind has the capacity of long term ramification and is directly transformed into wisdom so an intercession into the subconscious mind, albeit from the perspective of awareness, can still provide a tangible platform from which to provide a positive change in people once issues have been identified and mitigated.

I look forward to your further studies.  
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 11, 2011, 11:35:45 PM
Solid Bay



Who is it whom slumber is to be upheld. 
When does one know when it is time of the night.  Pain away less not known to those who but have none. 
Past the hand the strikes the sky.
That punches the black forever.
There is less now upon the mat where it stays.
Feel the churn and the flow of the night and of the day.
I can hope less not that it will be forever said to the night
and the past.  Count not the sheep over yonder head.
For when do the sound of sheep sleep
If not alone in the Solid Bay
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 30, 2011, 06:10:22 PM
Truth In The Southern Flute


Bright is less the sun as it sails thought the night
Clouded
Brought before the Truth less not none is known
However much it is spoken
Dawn Clash upon its back


Is a fool less not the enemy of ones own thoughts.

Many years has the wise man pondered the sky he holds in his life.

I write songs of the night, played upon a fire of truth.

But where is truth and honesty to be sought if not from the fires of ones own heart.

Let us play the Flute.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on March 31, 2011, 09:12:11 AM
This is what music I listen to when I am reading the study. It is the flute songs of my friend Raa.

This flute bringeth rightly sweet mindfulness of every true thing to me, it is tune fall all at once, the truth is delivered very quickly on the lilting wind and breeze which arrives at mine ear's door, a welcome guest like an old friend. There is always dinner at the door for a man who can play the flute, because it washes away all that is deceiving.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on March 31, 2011, 09:12:28 AM




Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on April 01, 2011, 05:03:52 PM
I have found "Truth In The Southern Flute" very enjoyable reading and is appreciated.

I had the opportunity to have a flute custom made from a plank of wood from a 100 year old bridge that was being replaced.  The bridge spanned a little countryside brook and was made of western cedar. Most of the wood was quite dilapidated but there were a few exceptional cedar boards available and I was one of the lucky ones at the right place at the right time to secure one.

I had this made from that plank.

(http://img291.imageshack.us/img291/124/flute3q.jpg)
  
The picture doesn't do it justice but I outsourced to several artisans who hand carved, hand painted and hand beaded the flute and details. (yes, that is a carved turtle on the top).

It took six months of waiting but was worth it because the tone of the music it emits is quietly magnificent. Very serene and calming like the influence of the gentle flowing waters of the brook that surrounded it for so long.

"Let us play the Flute"

Thanks again!
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: John Davis on April 01, 2011, 06:46:49 PM
I will likely be composing a small piece inspired by our terra firma and will likely incorporate flutes like yours.  I only wish my handmade flute (which appears much like yours) from Indonesia was not destroyed in an accident.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 01, 2011, 09:43:19 PM
Thank you Brother James for speaking about the Flute, Raa Plays beautiful music. Brother Gotham and Brother John for your insights on the working of the Flute.  The Flute is a beautiful instrument, and hearing it fills glee to my heart,
The dames enjoy thee as it is played to lasses ear.

I am reminded of the old adage, where it is said that the sculpture did not create the bust, but the bust was there all along, covered in marble.  I believe fruitfully the Flute was destined for your life from the moment the tree was conceived.  

In my life I have rid myself off all but few of my earthly possessions, enough so I can carry all I own upon my back.  I find joy in the sound of the earth, the company of my thoughts and the dreaming lull of a Flute.

I am inspired each and every time I gaze upon an earthly man. One who has but no home.  Who carries all he owns upon his back.  I admire the man who can gather his food from the gutter and feed himself.  I can only hope to reach that plateau in my life.  Owning nothing but the sack that he lays upon his back.  Playing his craft the Flute on the curb of a passing street.

O hear him play
O hear him dance
All for the credit of coin and chance
O see the beauty of the way
His beard
Swaying in the Breeze
Like a feather in the wind
A cup for donations
Empty as the passing hearts
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on April 04, 2011, 04:18:36 AM







He does an excellent version of Coltrane's 'Giant Steps' too.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 15, 2011, 10:13:58 PM
Music, The Canvas Of A Cave


   Is life worth its ponder with not but the guide of music.  Man, through his beginning has had but one common need and desire.  Music has shaped his weight upon the world in which he roams.  Science itself and its firm knowledge and quest for truth, has, in itself thrown passion before discovery. Its passion is music, and its past love is from and always shall be the past.

   An esteemed warrior for truth, Legor Reznikoff, who teaches at the University Of Paris has been a firm believer and fan of music of Cavemen.  Past men who lived in caves, who were breeding in the caves and cooked on an open pit in the caves.  Were the first musical artists of the world.  Mr. Rezinkoff understood this and for the entirety of his career was a student to its works.  

   Ancient musical artists would for example refer to paintings on the wall and sing to them.  For instance on looking at a Bison, they would produce verbal sounds in the form of crude music.

   I have been researching Rezinkoff's work, and have deduced a poem that may have been sung.  This is highly exact and is what Cavemen hundreds of years were singing of.

O Great Bison
Your Hoofs Are Grand As Fire
O Great Bison
The Way You Are
O Great Bison
What Soft Fur You Have


This was a possible song sung thousands of years ago, based upon empirical observations of the mammal today and through historical art upon the walls of the cave.
  
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on April 16, 2011, 04:51:45 PM
In times of old, the bright and sensible cave man wandered free, to know the secrets of the universe in privy from the prying minds of deception.
These were the days when a caveman looked toward the Sun in the day, and saw how it moved across the sky,
a voyaging planet of a chariot on the roadways of the dome of the skies. At night he slept away in a cave, amidst the warm fires and the furs of beasts which he had met as he wandered in the trees.

In the hustle bustle of our tedium, of the modern day behaviour, as we shuffle all about the place without due thought,
verily there is much wisdom for us to learn from the noble man of cave.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on April 19, 2011, 03:15:24 PM
Brother bullhorn, you do impress with the poetry and research you share. 

I have been looking into the caveman study by Legor Reznikoff since reading your post.  It is a most interesting read.

The Bison poem does capture the caveman's impressionable moment. To imagine what it was like to come across a new cave and explore it using the senses and using music as a tool of exploration and artistic focus does fill a person with wonder. 

I now commence the task of locating a similar instrument to one they may have played in their hours of searching and artistic endeavour.

I do see that a bone flute was one of the preferred instruments.  One made from the griffon vulture, in particular, was a favorite. If that becomes difficult to obtain then a flute carved from another animal existent at the time will suffice. To attempt recreating the mood in the cave using what they would have played will be quite inspiring.

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 19, 2011, 10:05:06 PM
Brother Gotham and Brother James. I have thought long about your wise words. 

I look forward to your work on music Gotham

I myself can only dream of living in a cave, not being born in that time, is a shame, but none the less we can study the ways of the cave man, and, live our lifes in his ways.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 21, 2011, 01:26:40 PM
Over the past few days, I have been examining whether it is worth my time to post in these forums.  I have come here for discussion about flat earth theory, but from what I can tell, it is an avenue for some to spread their homophobic and bigoted remarks.

I hope that this forum, does not tolerate, nor condone this type of discussion.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 21, 2011, 09:08:35 PM

I will most likely not be posting to this site any more. Having been here for over six years, it ends today.

For those of you I respect, I wish you the best of luck, nothing against Sadam, he is a good person.  I take back what I have said.


Best of luck to the Brothers here.

Bull


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on April 22, 2011, 06:30:30 AM
Brother Bullhorn, I sincerely hope you will stay. As stated in the forum rules, hate speech is not permitted here. You should note that the thread you saw is well over two years old, and was intended as a protest against the way we enforce the rules. This issue has since been largely resolved, and the rule against hate speech continues to be enforced.


I genuinely hope you will reconsider your decision to leave.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on April 22, 2011, 01:33:42 PM
Brother bullhorn,  I am very sorry to read your post.

Gutta cavat lapidem, non vi sed saepe cadendo

We are in this together and can only gain by those that take the time to post such well thought out responses as you provide.

Your contributions have influenced me and I am sure others to research further and study harder to affirm what we know to be true.  

Do please reconsider your decision and continue your research and site posting.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 22, 2011, 05:35:53 PM
I should explain myself over the stress of my work.  Over the past few weeks, I have been under pressure from the University.  I have been away from the classroom for several months, having trying to secure funding for my research.  I have been encouraged to and almost forced to teach a full class load.  I have been having difficulty with the students and their disrespectful attitudes towards philosophy.

   I am not one to retract things that I have said, and I do not intend to.  There is however the matter of the still not settled of the Earth not being flat.  I said that I most likely will not post going forward, and I may continue, but I will have to examine the ways that the study has been going, and if I post to it, indeed do deeper research and understanding.

   The moderators have done a great job with this site, and I would hope they will continue to do as they have been doing.  There is nothing worse than someone questioning their work.  If I have done so I do sincerely apologise. 

   The truth is more important that my views on tolerance, and I can not in retrospect allow one persons belief or posts to believe that the whole site is tainted. 

   The truth will continue as will the study, they shall be less frequent but they will be more detailed.  I encourage the other brothers to add to it and help its continuation.

   I would like to apologise to those I have disrespected and again to Sadam, I am sorry for my overreaction.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 22, 2011, 05:37:59 PM
Thank you Wilmore and Gotham,  your support is greatly appreciated.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: James on April 23, 2011, 03:41:38 AM
I should mention at this juncture that Bullhorn's study, should I see it having new material, is always the first thing I read before looking at the other new posts. It is wise and prepares my mind for the rigours of zetetic debate. I am over joyed that the study shall continue.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: John Davis on April 23, 2011, 09:06:53 AM
I agree 100%.  It would be a shame to lose you
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 19, 2011, 09:32:06 PM
The Fall Of The Oil Lamp


   It is, with grand concern that I talk of an issue that has been troubling me over the past few months, it is, most important that the reason for this come fourth and we look to the future in out questioning.  The great philosophers of the past centuries have had one thing in common.  They have used in their studies
Oil Lamps. 

   When I speak of Lamps, I do not speak of the battery or electric wall powered lamps. I speak of lamps that have brought the greatest discoveries and have nurtured the great scientists and readers of the past thousand upon thousands of years.  The greatest minds of out past have lived under these beautiful sculptures.  It is with the disgust of modern technology, that we as a people have produced no philosopher or mind with any great stature.

   What we have are but the broth of the birth. We have young that are growing up, not under that of an oil lamp, but under the first pulse of electric lighting, students and studiers are not under the tutelage or Oil. But under the glow of a electric vermin. 

   Life was simple before the time of the processors.  My office is sparse, empty, but true to the passions of the past.  True to the life of the old.  I hold myself to the standard of the past men and teachers of the art of knowing.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on May 20, 2011, 07:51:15 AM
I use a simple lamp consisting of a wick floating on olive oil to illuminate an icon of Jesus Christ, and I've been using those Dietz lanterns for light to read at night for many years now.  I have noticed that you can get by using diesel instead of lamp oil, but don't use gasoline in an oil lamp because the thing becomes a Molotov cocktail. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on May 22, 2011, 01:02:06 PM
I find "The Fall Of The Oil Lamp" meaningful and inspiring.  I have located one in my home and have noticed that it has been in disuse, until now.  I am bringing it back to life and will use it as it was intended.    
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: 17 November on May 22, 2011, 07:54:45 PM
Since the old nineteenth century Dietz lantern company relocated to China, Kirkman Lanterns is their principle agent in the United States.
http://www.lanternnet.com/

Candles complement oil lamps, and they are safe when burned within an enclosed lantern.

James Townsend is a supplier from whom I have bought candles in the past.
http://jas-townsend.com/index.php?cPath=28&osCsid=c7af737fd0f9c18643daf45ba640c7c9
Making Candles
http://jas-townsend.com/index.php?cPath=30

When I moved to the country and began farming, I rented a non-electric shack for $100 a month for which I bought a wood burning stove which I used for heat and occasional cooking for four years.  (I have since downgraded to a tent!) 

The two principle suppliers of non-electric housewares in the United States are:

Cumberland General Store (an Appalachian supplier in business since 1885):
http://www.cumberlandgeneral.com/

and their competitor:

Lehmans's Non-Electric Catalog (Amish supplier from Ohio)
http://www.lehmans.com/

Some of the items in both of these catalogs may be overpriced compared to the same items available in local harwares, but the catalogs list many things which many people think are no longer available and gives outstanding practical and alternative ideas to get off the electric grid.  I found these catalogs useful standards from which to get ideas and look for the items which I wanted at lower price elsewhere.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on May 27, 2011, 06:39:26 PM
The Fall Of The Oil Lamp


   It is, with grand concern that I talk of an issue that has been troubling me over the past few months, it is, most important that the reason for this come fourth and we look to the future in out questioning.  The great philosophers of the past centuries have had one thing in common.  They have used in their studies
Oil Lamps. 

   When I speak of Lamps, I do not speak of the battery or electric wall powered lamps. I speak of lamps that have brought the greatest discoveries and have nurtured the great scientists and readers of the past thousand upon thousands of years.  The greatest minds of out past have lived under these beautiful sculptures.  It is with the disgust of modern technology, that we as a people have produced no philosopher or mind with any great stature.

   What we have are but the broth of the birth. We have young that are growing up, not under that of an oil lamp, but under the first pulse of electric lighting, students and studiers are not under the tutelage or Oil. But under the glow of a electric vermin. 

   Life was simple before the time of the processors.  My office is sparse, empty, but true to the passions of the past.  True to the life of the old.  I hold myself to the standard of the past men and teachers of the art of knowing.


Brother Bullhorn, you are an example to us all. The practise of Zetetic philosophy is at least as important as theorising.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 05, 2011, 09:16:38 PM
I have been busy at the univercity but as classes have finished, I will be attending the needs of the study.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on July 07, 2011, 03:03:15 PM
What great news it is to hear that the study is continuing.  Very kind of you to let us know that the wait for an update is almost over.   
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 26, 2011, 08:33:10 PM
Interstellar Travel and Multi-Generation Space Ships
Yoshi Kondo


Brothers,

Over the past few months I have been reading this book.  In the upcoming days I will be providing a detailed examination of this work.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 26, 2011, 08:39:59 PM
In addition the 5 year birthday of the study will be happening shortly.  I will be reminiscing its stature soon.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on August 29, 2011, 05:33:37 PM
I have reread the study in preparation for the upcoming posts (Happy early birthday!). Always a good read and time well spent. 

Amongst the important information presented, it will be interesting to hear if you extracted more data while researching the historical implications of animals in the Serengeti?  I am not unfamiliar with that area and will take notice if the topic is addressed again, at some later date.   
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 13, 2011, 10:12:57 PM
Mellow Dust


The Tide Churns The Power Last Of The Sea
Feel Its Movement On Doth Cliffs
Slate Glass Upon The Salty Shore
Love Lost
Upon A Glazed Sea
Chime Goes The Rye
Lost In The Sea Of Time
Mellow Is The Table
Rest Upon The Dust
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 13, 2011, 10:21:24 PM
Another Five There Shall Be
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on November 28, 2011, 06:23:41 PM
Stone Try The Plank Of Plants

Soft does the wind hath blow
Beneath the bow hath not to flow
The strong of the plow
Feel the courage of the glare
A plant is but a passion
Dare not its moves its love of far
Hear not the pale echo 
Into the yonder night if tows


The Plant
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 21, 2011, 11:17:27 PM
Man To Grass

A Man
Youth Yonder The Thought Of Last
Less Not The Dawn Of The Age
The Dust Of Time Upon The Glass Of Trust
Bursh Does The Clock Strike Five
Hurled Upon The Dusted Shelf
On A Journey With No Past
Live Life As A Blade Of Grass
Past Is True
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 03, 2012, 09:22:16 PM
House

Warm through
Hearth of the wood
Stowed under the shelf
Iron stove of vigor
Crest the dawn less the night
Grow upon the last ace of cinder
O let
Let it be
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 06, 2012, 04:04:46 PM
Son Of The Sextant


It is with no pleasure that I have decided to review the construction and the use of the Octant.  As the brood of the Sextant, this device lends its hand to the disturbing incarceration of knowledge that is the fortitude of the undoing truths.  In the coming months I will speak to it again.


Brothers, I have written a Ballad to honor its passing

Oh the land
Has liberated the sky
Oh the ground
Has liberated the Night
Oh the grass is green
Oh the Sea is blue
Oh the ships have come
Oh the men have won
Oh the land is free to be won
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 09, 2012, 07:05:52 PM
Historically accurate is the cave paintings in France.

Lascaux is painted with the deep shade of an Avalon Apple
Its luster of moon on a black canvas of night
The Green is as warm as a fertile glade
Brown bull strewn as a competitor ready to ram Altamira

The great masters of the past, known now by their accurate homage of days gone past.  As observers in a sea of trust we are to give our all to its safe.

As truth is know to those who have not known we must kneel to the beat of an ever distant drum.  Pulsating of the past, we must hear its tonal echo. 

Sung its last word
Lived its last breath
Strewn through the caves is the pressing passion of art past
Recognition is given not with the coin but with the heart of an ever gaining love.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 09, 2012, 07:08:16 PM
Love

Love the air you breath
Love the sea you see
Love you brother and your friend
Love your life and feel free to express your cares
Love is all what you make it
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 12, 2012, 01:40:29 AM
Sonnet of a Grandure

Dark is the night for it hath no end
Is it not known how the southern winds blow
Trees upon the top of an everlasting clash
Sail through the trees as elementary stowage
For mother and country claimed the soldier
For past and present aimed the idea
Fortune claimed hath not know to justice
Fortunes ruthless

Strong willed
Iron back
Placing honor above the heart
Ridgid is the grand plank
Sea strong
Hard as ice
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 16, 2012, 09:12:12 PM
Indeed, living in the current system that we do in which ideas are stacked upon dogmatic thoughts is disturbing.  Whole avenues of research has never been attempted or looked upon due to our steady belief in a system where the very fabric of its design is as weak as its largest thread. 


We burn the academic fires building a stack of ideas from the matchsticks that lay upon its kindle foundation. 

Is it possible that we have overlooked an part of science that has never been attempted or thought?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on March 03, 2012, 07:26:24 PM
Brother bullhorn, I have enjoyed reading your writings here since my return. I do look forward to your continued posts. Please know that your efforts are appreciated.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on March 05, 2012, 04:52:58 PM
I too find Brother bullhorn's posts illuminating and thought-provoking. I often contemplate his poetry and prose when preparing for my oneiric voyages.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 06, 2012, 06:14:32 PM
Indeed, I must resume the work I have hath done. The Moon Beckons with the swift hash of the midnight hand.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 24, 2012, 11:30:42 PM

Understanding the fortunes of a man less had not

Flow hath does the stream of life
Flow upon the shuttered branch of solace
Unkempt
Undesired
Strewn upon the garbage of life
Rest upon the stench of a past idea
The life but lay on a question
For hath does it move
For where will it flow
If not but on a bed
Of Question
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 30, 2012, 01:59:03 PM
Dath the night hath growut longer. Just but thrust the seas of
Discourse upon the southern ship.

Shall not the valve of definition crank the shale of
A mans grasp?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on January 08, 2013, 05:35:56 PM
Brother bullhorn, for a fortnight leading up to your newest post I could sense your mood of contemplation. I could only hope that upon my return an addition nulli secundus would once be again be shared with us all. Great job my friend, Great job.     
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on January 10, 2013, 10:10:29 PM
Dath the night hath growut longer. Just but thrust the seas of
Discourse upon the southern ship.

Shall not the valve of definition crank the shale of
A mans grasp?


This is beautiful. I can imagine myself and Brother James, exchanging wisdom upon such a voyage. And yourself, Brother Bullhorn, at the figurative helm.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 10, 2013, 11:47:25 PM
Passion Invoked

Replay the cause of the past men
Voyage upon the shale flow of a stream
The hull of a damned ship toward the sham of academia
Trees in a Glade of Thought
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 10, 2013, 11:50:50 PM
The ship has been Christened
The deck has been swabbed
The Ocean is ready, the ice water mansion
shall wait the fall of factual academia
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 12, 2013, 10:48:45 PM
Caleuche The Mythological Similarity


The ancient peoples of the coast hath what history may refer to
as the white silk linen of a forgotten ship.  Caleuche, a ship sailed for
less not the grand part of the mind.  Mythology dictates that the convergence of
Lethe, Eridanos, the grand Alpheus. Formed the passage of the coin of travel unlike that of the ferryman that coin is sent.

The comparison of these academic routines are in correlation with full lecture of the past facts upon the desk of study under the grand fortunes of the institution.

To believe in an institution is the direct lunge of the coin placed to the River Styx
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 19, 2013, 08:26:12 PM
I remain, steady on my stone throne, pondering the just knot of thought
Dath the night hast past the southern fought
Waters of thought flow to the pain lost of no thought
Hath not he proclaim under the forestall of mind.

To understand the workings of the textures
The Pulse of the northern gaze
Moor not the loch of the bay
Hardy, Husky
Vile and Pale
Passion sweat of the feral lines

It is in steady thought we find our stream
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 22, 2013, 11:27:33 PM
  Nature of Knowledge


      For what we know has not been true in the past and
history dictates that it will be inaccurate in the future.

This has occurred through fruitless endeavours of activities past.

An early example of a failure is physicians of past era.
These academic sloths once held the notion of Miasmatic Disease transmittion.
That is to say that one can contract an illness based on air that has become rancid.
The holders of this verminhord are the same heretics that fail histories most basic test.

That test is less not about the knowledge of now but by the knowledge that what is known is not.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 24, 2013, 09:21:10 PM
The Boot of an Unknown Cleat

Journey yonder does the cleat
To the beat of a southern heat
Worn to the bone, torn from the morn
Years past less not to know
The way the young one grows
Journey has not yonder
Upon a stone I ponder
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 29, 2013, 10:57:27 PM
Failure of the Senses


Beyond the vale of the world senses can not know. 
With all true facts lay the untrue.
Strong is the will of the mind.
Belief is of knowing falsehood of the truth. 
To nurture the false belief in a world that has been unknown. 

To understand convolution of thought is to know that the senses can be fooled.  Examples abound as to why they can not be trusted.  One must only look to his own eyes and see the failure. 

Examples abound but are not needed. 

One must only trust my guidance as you read the study before you.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 30, 2013, 07:34:05 AM
The Fall Of The Oil Lamp


I had decided that we must look further into the issue of modern practices of failed design

I will be further studying this issues posted this several years ago and will now look into it further.

   It is, with grand concern that I talk of an issue that has been troubling me over the past few months, it is, most important that the reason for this come fourth and we look to the future in out questioning.  The great philosophers of the past centuries have had one thing in common.  They have used in their studies
Oil Lamps. 

   When I speak of Lamps, I do not speak of the battery or electric wall powered lamps. I speak of lamps that have brought the greatest discoveries and have nurtured the great scientists and readers of the past thousand upon thousands of years.  The greatest minds of out past have lived under these beautiful sculptures.  It is with the disgust of modern technology, that we as a people have produced no philosopher or mind with any great stature.

   What we have are but the broth of the birth. We have young that are growing up, not under that of an oil lamp, but under the first pulse of electric lighting, students and studiers are not under the tutelage or Oil. But under the glow of a electric vermin. 

   Life was simple before the time of the processors.  My office is sparse, empty, but true to the passions of the past.  True to the life of the old.  I hold myself to the standard of the past men and teachers of the art of knowing.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 02, 2013, 10:56:34 PM

         Not to discourage the ponders from the wanders but it has come to my attention that under the tutelage of the forefathers of example a distrust in anything not in line with regimented ideas. 

         Humanity has had an awful record when dealing with those whose ideas differ from the mainstream.  Those who had not heed the warnings of the society were left to the bowels of its deep.

         Such was the fate of Antoine Lavoisier, contributor to the creation of the Metric System.  In summary, executed for his furthering of science.  His passion for knowledge butted the proverbial head against that of society.  In doing so sealed his fate with the guillotine.

          Those who question the status quo are exiled and placed upon a trough less not for the spread of knowledge.  History has shown that all ideas are valid and those who question those who ask are as guilty as those in the past.

With trust in truth one hath understand the forays of the past
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: Lord Wilmore on April 07, 2013, 03:03:38 PM
The Boot of an Unknown Cleat

Journey yonder does the cleat
To the beat of a southern heat
Worn to the bone, torn from the morn
Years past less not to know
The way the young one grows
Journey has not yonder
Upon a stone I ponder


I found this truly compelling. Thank you, Brother bullhorn.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 07, 2013, 08:34:32 PM
Brother Wilmore, thank you.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on April 08, 2013, 05:20:58 PM
Caleuche The Mythological Similarity


The ancient peoples of the coast hath what history may refer to
as the white silk linen of a forgotten ship.  Caleuche, a ship sailed for
less not the grand part of the mind.  Mythology dictates that the convergence of
Lethe, Eridanos, the grand Alpheus. Formed the passage of the coin of travel unlike that of the ferryman that coin is sent.

The comparison of these academic routines are in correlation with full lecture of the past facts upon the desk of study under the grand fortunes of the institution.

To believe in an institution is the direct lunge of the coin placed to the River Styx

Bother bullhorn, it is spendid to see the continuation of your study.  How we do learn from this and the other recent posts. Your insight and knowledge is so appreciated...and needed.   
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 08, 2013, 08:52:44 PM
Brother Gotham, thank you for reading.


            Indeed, I myself am still learning, both from the mindset of study, but by reading the works of the past.  The study of history and its relationship to my every day living has become an exercise that I practice very vigorously.  On occasion I have spent time examining things that the average man would find pointless and fruitless. 

   
   A very recent example of study was when I went over the design and operation of a book binding.  I was trying to determine causation of past and present.  One thing that both have in common is the book.  Books contain information past down through the generations.  Just look at the success of the library.  It is a structure built on the sole premise and function of storing book.  Although the words contained within and the industrial look may change, where it counts the binding, assuming it is a standard book, is shared among the books and through the ages. 

   Why would I focus on something so unimportant and meaningless the reader may ask.  I have through my life looked for meaning in the simplest of objects, and to not overlook things others may have.  The binding of a book is one of those things.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 10, 2013, 08:48:59 PM
“Even a broken clock is right twice a day”

Stephen Hunt


               The origin of this proverb.  How does such a saying influence if not impede the world into which we live.  Can one correlate this phenomenon with what is occurring in our sciences and mathematics.

   
   The possibility exists if not so small, that all modern science and mathematics are base around a premise originally incorrect.  This falsehood may existed undetected and unchallenged.  This may be due to an overlooking of a small fact, or pride of workmanship.


   The incorrect premise could have started a cascade of work, upon work, proliferating through academic and social institutions.  Whether this started thousands of years ago or decades there is, however small, a concern.  The very fabric of knowledge may be compromised. 

   
              The compromised work may to this day be undetected and its root, shrouded by the vale of ego and pride.  Unwilling to change, the issue may compound and effect the very nature of society.

   
   However small the possibility, we must ensure that everything is questioned. From basic mathematics to astrophysics, we must ask the questions.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on May 31, 2013, 06:10:16 PM
Brother bullhorn, if you put your ear to the wind you will hear the sound of my applause for your interpretation of the proverb and its inclusion into the study. Blind acceptance of science and mathematics runs unchecked through most of academia, with a few important exceptions.

It is, for now, the responsibilty of the minority to support the truth while others look for number calculations and lab outcomes to define their reality. Persistence and resolve on our part is most important at this time. Ear to the wind...     
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 06, 2013, 11:43:20 PM
Indeed Brother Gotham. Thank you for saying that.

Grand avenues of study have gone unanswered due to scientific
Cowardness strewn throughout the academic world by panderers clamouring to scholarship
prostitution by academic pimps.


Alas future people will view our current state of science in the same way we have viewed scientific achievement during the dark ages.


 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 10, 2013, 11:55:26 PM
Ocean Sailor


Scruffy and Husky the Sailor be
Born Tough and Rough
Sea upon frothing Sea
Gruff to the Touch

Ocean Sailor why do you be?

Scurvy on your Jaw?

Proud of the life
None do any care.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 14, 2013, 10:41:18 PM
Architecture of Nothing


Day in day out, man continues work.

Tasks are complete, jobs are worked. Days continue.

Is there a idea, a structure that is being worked on that no one
Knows the purpose.

Are small tasks being completed and the big picture is unknown and
Under no guidance. The continuing pengilum of being.

No one know why it is being done for it is just being done.

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 22, 2013, 09:41:22 PM
Journey of the Sea

Doth the hearth hath be warm
The sea swells with verber and churn
Flotsam against the harbour
Strewn across as a poor mans bottles
The light be as bright as a winters morn
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 28, 2013, 07:05:54 PM
Journey past and upon the vail of a forgotten past
Honorus the horse hath not his hay
Pasture of trot upon the cleet of not
Farther it times the last sea to land
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 29, 2013, 10:03:49 PM
Victory lay down you house
Homer and his grandure
Honor the verbs of the past
Feeling the posturius bone of the night

The subdue of a glass yet not filled

Upon doth night the overcoming grandure of thought

Lust for the ways of the wander

Is there but a need to subject the great past upon the future of a sand forgotten past.

Lay in the grass

Past the last knoll of knot
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 01, 2013, 10:54:42 PM
Is a man but less the past
Is a man but the loose thought of wind
Is a man beforuth the last knight
Is a man a past less not known

Caw speaks the Nightingale
Is it your mouth that clucks a tune

Nightingale is there a hope for the next

Nightingale how do you speak
When the night has but a gale

Forward it tomorrow it shall be
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 02, 2013, 11:42:22 PM
House on the Throne


Alas the night hath come
The lass of the keep knows her stay
Cook she does, sweep she does

The cauldron of stew upon the copper hook
Fires of flame cook the grains

The young children, stomaches as dry as the heat on the stone
Will it last upon yonder sky

There is no past undo with no less the land of the yacht

Look upon yonder hill for the sheep of the flock
Will they'd be unto the passing is due.

No sheep shall make the keeps future when no future is in yonder keep.

Less not to ask unto where it lay.
But next to the way through the days unto the night.

The keep us the com yonderus decades past.



Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 04, 2013, 09:11:42 PM
Harvest of the Hearty

How does one know when time has become the past
How does one know when time will become the future
There hath be no measure of its movement
The churning and clamoring of the Ocean Tide
Is less what a man hath do
Is the force a man less unknown

Does one know how the land has become one
How the grass doth grow

The farmer with a twig in his claw
Knows when the crop turns grow

Plenty of hearty grains to sew
Undo the hearth of life

Is there a place for a man
When the land is full of flow

There be not what the wind blow
But upon a hearty harvest it will go

Southern Chime of the bell
It is dinner for the man

The farmer has but a sore back
When the fields meet the sack

Sack of plenty
Sack of life

For where is the hearty grains of the sun
But under the land
The farmer will go
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 06, 2013, 06:12:23 PM
The Goblet


In a dark and musky place it waits
A Journey it will take
Sitting for its next news
The Goblet lies dormant
When the man thirst
The Goblet will obey
As its journey to the tap
Refresh the dusty shore
Evaporate the life
A Goblet it will stay
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 11, 2013, 08:57:47 PM
A Man, his Journey



              A man, husky and strong.  Through the ages of dawn he will walk the midnight road.  There has but noth a path when the light is down.  If there was a way to know, he shall be it true.  Following the forest light from the lunar glow.  Does the dawn break under the shale of a pale light.

   
               As he walks the unforgiving path, his thoughts, how vague churn his mind.  The years have past.  Less more than the night.  He wanders looking for a way away.  He sleeps under the branches, covered in a thin layer of cloth. 


Has a man always lived like this?


               For there is no answer to this question.  The night is quelled by a distant shore.  The sound of water on a stone.  Is there a way to quench the thirst of thought.  He is awake to the sound.  His mind wandering through the night looking for a fluid thought.


Is there a way?

   
               For there is not.  The man is alone.  His thoughts are his but his life is thought.  Where will the road take him?  Alone, fraught with angst.  Where hath can he find the solace of thought but under a stream of water.  He hath look for it when the dawn breaks.

   
               There is not comfort in a path less traveled.  This proverbial passed down from the tutelage of his forefather.
As the dawn passes to dusk the journey will continue with grand fervor.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 20, 2013, 10:51:38 PM
Part 2

Quest of Night


Is it but a past the walk must take. The very nature of a man hath unknown
but not of a past.

Is there solitude in thought?

When the last stroke upon the face is laid to rest
When the hot coal burns its last cinder
When the clock but ticks its final tock

The night will turnuth to dawn and the night road becomes that of a moon hath past

The final journey hath past the middle of the night becomes restfull, mindful of a less traveled
Sojourn.

The quest that lays to hand will be left for the final surround

The lay of the land stretches from sea to sea

When not a drop of sand in the sea of thought

The midnight road is walked once more
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 21, 2013, 09:02:43 PM
Trust

Is there but a century where hath no trust be known.

Is there a fortune in knowledge less learnt.

Where hath it become known?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 29, 2013, 07:20:15 AM
The dawn of a new year hath the start of study.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on January 02, 2014, 04:05:51 PM
as Thanks said proper

stating Haiku over Fib

the Study lives on!
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 27, 2014, 12:04:41 AM
Another dawn has created anew the start of wonder. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 03, 2014, 10:24:56 PM
The park in the summer toll

Doth the hand that the ladle rows
Upon the passion of hath cloth
For the night less no for
The crutch of an everlasting parch

Toll does the night have with no end

Sting of the buzzard less his arm

The fortunes of o mall thrust to the ForFathers of the pale

Does there be but a waver of thought when there is but no knot

The strength of a man

Together tithe past less of knowing past forays

For the southern stunts have no path

The grand thought cones thought in its den

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 26, 2014, 04:41:25 PM
Heed the fortress of stone.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 28, 2014, 10:39:40 PM
Alas,

What a day hath it be

The Sun for shine for past the moon

The glass wall has but not failed the structure of stone

Past where doth the ships part sail
Where the lone drifter finds his path
Path not taken, for it is a life past lived.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on December 01, 2014, 06:26:41 PM
Yes Brother bullhorn, more of your study will arrive shortly if all works out.  Time is difficult to define when it comes to such important additions so not to worry.

Whether the current journey continues or a new one begins will be a splendid surprise for us all.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 28, 2015, 06:28:44 PM
Indeed Brother Gotham


The fires of thought have held my mind for several months. 

The mind will work the flame.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 28, 2015, 05:40:30 PM
Doth the Vacuum of thought

Here the blow of the froth of the night

Is but not known the truth for the past has not been done in the east of time

Knowuth the force of mind movement and to the distant night

The past hathn not startuth as the fortitude of mind lost in the forest of think


Is but a notice of one
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on June 01, 2015, 05:21:48 PM
Past

Drift the Dawn
Drift the Forest
Drift what is Last
Knowing the Future

South Howl of the Moon
Past knot knowing the Journey hath

String the fortress of demand
The hard stone is cresting
June has anew

For the Frost has but settled
The last is not first

Where hath one be known to the start
Is but no known gaze of mouth starteth

Brew the Tea
Drink the Coffee
Feed the Horse
Tend the Sheep
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on September 06, 2015, 05:42:29 AM
Brother bullhorn, If your travels take you to the south of France they are opening a replica of the cave Grotte Chauvet.

It will contain woolly rhinos, mammoths, owl engraving and much more. If you hadn't heard the news I thought this may be another resource for the Study.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 01, 2016, 02:02:35 PM
I have been researching in a though for 6 months the study and its results.

It shall be started from the ending

Hath be the startuth
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 01, 2016, 02:06:41 PM
The Study is approaching a decade of thought.

Thus, there is several issues that must be looked at after 10 years.

I will continue the decipher of its origin
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on January 04, 2016, 03:02:07 PM
We most certainly appreciate your sharing reflections on the Study and we do look forward to future posts in its development.

As time is usually a villain and we the victim…I congratulate you on nearing a decade of the Study, thusly allowing us to rejoice in the rarity of victory taken from time the villain as we celebrate the decade of thought and wisdom.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 16, 2016, 09:36:02 PM
Doth the hand of the future restus upon no thought.

I have not understood the everlasting growth of thought less ideas.

Foruth it will be.  Is it not the knowledge that binds the fabric of the thought of the world.


Thus the past will mend the force of the future under the palm oak of the tree.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 16, 2016, 10:04:12 PM
Basic Mathematics and the Taint of Failure

   Early life. 
   
   The new born child is in a world of wonder.  What is the world that he has been born into.  Such wonder and awe.  There are no rules, no regiment.  The child is free to explore his environment.  Taste, sound, touch.  These are the creative motivations for early ponder.  The innocence is quickly extinguished by the corporate and institutional agenda of the world to which he or she is born into.

   The travesty of the sterile world takes its place upon the mind of the child.  From the steady din of the cold world, to the manufactured existence that is forced, the child is quickly put into a system where free thought is stifled and obedience to a higher vapor is encouraged.  Such examples of these vile instruments can be found on the pages of a child toy store or clothing store. 

   As I have demonstrated in early works, the example of “1+1” The child is quickly forced to understand this concept.  It is taught not on a blackboard with chalk, but, is, reinforced with the simplest of materials.  The wood play blocks that have been inscribed with simple mathematical formulas and symbols.  These wood blocks are as simple as the number “1” and the number “2” and so fourth.  There are also division and addition symbols.  There can be no independent thought at this point.  The child has been forced upon a system that will grip him or her for the rest of their childhood and most likely for their natural life.


                           What would a world look like if such ideas were not forced? 
                           What scientific advancements would have been created?
                           What future may we have?
                           What wonder there may have been in this world?

We live in a system that has been manufactured by unknown forces.  There is no free thought to be had.  This dis service to our planet and our lives is profound.

I will be continuing this study into the future.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on June 24, 2016, 03:32:48 PM
True about the spoiled wonders of early life, Brother bullhorn.   

I recall my first birthday. How I was mesmerized by a single candle burning amongst the gathering of giants. The flame represented so much that was new in the moment. I was transfixed by its power.

Due to limited Earth time, however, I was not able to express my feelings about the flame power through speech....but, I recall the moment when the giants blew out the candle!...as they erupted into joyous laughter at such activity.

I was confused by their actions producing a frown, not a smile for the picture taken with a flameless confection before me.   

Very happy to hear news of the study moving forward!
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 03, 2016, 03:37:32 PM
The Horn at the Gate

Oh how mighty was the horn, how it thrusts and cowl
The string of passion force the flame of Power.

How does the first
How does the second
How does the third
How does the fourth
How does the fifth
How does the sixth
How does the zero place the grinds of the earth

For isuth the path alowe
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on February 18, 2017, 05:53:59 PM
Truth has saturated the earth. A new age has sorouth fromuth the earth.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on February 19, 2017, 05:49:03 AM
Brother bullhorn, received within days of your update was a communicated nudge of forthcoming study revelation. Amazing, just Amazing update...
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 22, 2017, 07:28:42 AM
Black as the coal the rain of truth will flame the lake.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on July 03, 2017, 02:43:28 PM
Brother bullhorn, I believe since the summer of the V'th year looking back that you had a break from your university duties allowing in-depth focus on The Study.

May you have the luxury of such this summer to enrich us all with the outcome...

 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 03, 2017, 02:09:57 PM
Brother Gotham,

It is good to hear the words that pro understand fromuth your mouth.  Words themselves have proven to be that in which the understanding bears not the fruit of the truth.

We have begun to live in a society that has claimed the very notion of truth and spread it across the vast vile plane of existence. 

Is it not that the bird chirps
Is it not that the whale humms
Is it not that the sky is blue
Is it not that the dog barks
Is it not that the wind roars
Is it not that the chime will chime
Is it not that the scholar will read
Is it not that the ocean is composed of water

These things are known truths, these truths are known because they can be witnessed.

Alas, other things that we claim are not witnessed.

Look to the great scholars and thinkings that have left this earth.  Have they not thought the truth of the world.

How do we know this
How do we understand this

In time one will find the answer to these questions.

I have over the last 10 years taught my mind to understand these vulgarities.  It is in time that it will be unfurled and understood.

Good Evening,

Sincerely

Good Night
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 03, 2017, 08:41:31 PM
One of my good friends the scholar of the sea has passed on.

I have rekindled the old passage I wrote upon him.

Please Enjoy in his good name.

One of my colleagues, a man of the sea and true Bargemaster, were discussing the methods of past travel and navigation upon the sea.  Both of us thoroughly disgusted by the sailors of new, and their constant reliance and dependence on satellite navigation.   In thought of this I took to his attention the old navigation device called The Chip Log, it allows you to estimate your speed of travel.  For those to whom are negligent with your studies of the past, I will do my best to rekindle your thoughts.

   The Chip Log works on the idea that if you put a large piece of wood upon the sea, you can chart your course of travel and the given knots.  By doing so you may calculate your movement upon the sea, and to estimate your time of arrival.  By close examination of the fallen wood tree you may hath find your current speed.  Although a trained seafaring captain can use this without fail, there was a need to improve it for the junior and less competent.  A rope was tied to its mass, and with upon it knots (this is the origin of the speed measurement Knot) were tied at intervals, by calculating its passing from the fairlead to the bow, it was able to provide a precise measurement, but, much less than the skilled and honoured Capitan, but, solid enough for the jesters of old.   It has been said that the sailors of the past were true to their craft, and the boatmen of today are reliant on computers and are scabs to the coin, unable to navigate much less than a fool.

             I would like to add that Brother James has recommended reading Problems with Philosophy by Bertrand Russell.  I have been reading this book for over two years now, I find this to be beneficial to anyone here trying to understand their life.  Most important the chapter titled Truth and Falsehood.  I would recommend this book here to most of the people who care of the world in which we live.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on October 05, 2017, 02:50:59 PM
Brother bullhorn, very sorry to hear of your friend's passing.

I shall show my respects to him this evening.  I have a  dark blue sapphire stone that is the color of the deep sea. When a candle is lit and set by the stone, the reflection on the wall resembles waves whipped up by powers of the ocean. When the candlelight escapes through the window it makes its way out to the sea arriving in ways only some understand. 

Living by the ocean, I hear the waves meeting the shore in the quiet of the evening.

To honor your friend the candle will be lit, the stone will emit sealight, the light will meet the sound above the waves that your friend knows so well.

I wish you peace.     
   
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 06, 2017, 07:22:14 PM
Brother Gotham,

Thank you for your kind words, I appreciate deeply the caring actions you have done.

I have, for this occasion composed a Poem for the time.

The Sea and the Shore

The waves they make a sound
The water may it sway
The Gull by the bay
See it make way
The dawn it will see
The night it will sleep
May the dawn of the ocean
Bring a tide of one tear
The ship of the stars
May it guide your way

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on November 11, 2017, 03:48:32 PM
Oh what a comfort it is, Brother bullhorn, to know you are deciphering the basis of truth within society as you advance The Study. You have displayed the patience and persistence necessary to unravel the mystery of why so many people have lost the capacity for individuality of thought, reason and action.

Let no one or no thing stand in the way of your progress...   
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 29, 2018, 12:30:04 PM
Indeed the time has come.

When the moon will dance on the sea.

I will precede the study with a song.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 07, 2018, 08:33:41 PM
Be it not

Shall the night hath begun
Is the past want not of the knowingly past.

One must gaze upon the shallows of the undone truth and focus ones thoughts on its beginnings and, its endings.

Thus it is thrust before the gallows of sorrow as the aqua sun lays its mind before as vigorously thy looks to the den of a seagull.

Where hath the hull birth when the thirst of time hasuth not undone its quest for the feathered flock.

The seal of the is a crest of the wine.

Listen to rehearsal of ones clock and listen to the tick from its stock.

Feather time and focus your mind in the nature of viscous water.

Bold Mind begotten

For the study shall be a continuation of the night full gull.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on April 08, 2018, 04:33:27 PM
Understood.

The Path and texture of the study

now understood so very well.

The wait for a primer made less worrisome.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 13, 2018, 08:35:15 PM
The Perpetual Machine of Reality


To whom was the start of this function.


There can be no answer as to this question.  Why has it been built.  Why do certain things occur.  Why was it built

These are questions that have no answer.  One may ask the question why a certain organization exists, or, why this obelisk exist.  The answer is that no one knows the reason.  Each individual, each person reading this document is responsible for its existence. 

If you are a worker in a store, you produce the items for sale.  These items are used to fund the needs of other workers working on a project with no guide, with no endgame.  A perpetual public work project or idea that exists. 

The object in question is being built, however this object has no function.  Its purpose is unknown.  No individual knows of its purpose.  The object is created through many individual parts produced by many individual persons.

Many scholars have attempted to find out its meaning and many have failed.  How can one know the meaning of it when they are part of the machine.

Secondary to the needs of understanding Is the cause of the minds action in this sense. 

As the mind procures the way forward on must lookuth to the past for the guidance that will never arrive. 

The intention of this dossier is to subject ones thoughts into guidance and not to follow the path that has not been formed by the gatekeeper of the mind.

It is without the second sense of the word of truth Is one to be left with no vision.  Please allow the elaboration of the mind to produce the favor with a village.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on May 11, 2018, 02:24:46 PM
To eschew contradiction in the mind is the now boon of the philosopher and one can only strive to achieve such a state.

Reality turning to mulch for those that do not track advancement of the Study and rewards for those that do.   
 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 30, 2018, 09:42:13 PM
The corrective actions

In time the knowledge will begin anew.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on August 19, 2018, 05:53:45 AM
It is then "to be".

Barrels of doubt will rain down landing with a thud as non-knowers become aware. 

Good, better, and best.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 04, 2018, 11:26:33 PM
The last thoughts of Pierre Le Pesant

I Write these words in the minds eye of the great Pierre Le Pesant.

This narrative is of his thoughts and his mental stature. He should be honoured in the timeless study that will livuth

Forgetuth the Fruits that havuth lay upon the Earth

Creating moon with the favour of a past dawn. Heeth the words thatuth hath spavvn anew.

Forecast has but no rain on the desert blanket.

Where hath the stock of corn but beneath a summers breatuth.

Yearning for the last thought before the pesant last.

The economy of thought. This is how the people’s of whom society has entrusted with the keys to the perverbial gates.

No person should have to endure the process without having two keys to turn. Two vices to fetch in the question of life.

Slow the box containing his thoughts to emanate a glow from its hinges.

We can only ask and seek what we have never yearned.  Looking back and the devoted farmer as he tends to his flock and gander. The stretching dawn has but a brush to the green glades that so ever swamp the mind and it’s past thought.

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 08, 2018, 10:32:55 PM
It has been said, and it has been written that there are many questions that have not been answered regarding the life of a Knot

There are stories of this bird living in costal areas and sparsely vegetated areas.

Ornithological records dating back thousands of years have dated this birds independance.

The reason that this majestic bird has been revered in the fashion as it has is primarily due to its structure.

I have spent many years looking at the bird in its natural habitat. I have concluded that birds of a similar variety will be featured in upcoming studies.

These birds are dominant players it the search for truth in the flame of isolation. 

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 09, 2018, 09:29:48 PM
Corn, Rice, Grain and Water


These crops and staples were once the only diet that most of the great thinkers consumed.

It is no wonder that there are no grand thinkers in this society.  A simple diet of these sustaining products is all one should consume.

I have pondered where the processed food of today’s society was not available to the thought masters of yesterday.  One may say that it is simple. One may say that agricultural sciences had not degraded to the provisions of today.  Others, may in fact say that simple food is not provided due to regulatory issues.

I believe that the oppression of the farmer has contributed to his demise.  The farmer, once revered as a patriarchal figure has been insulted and degraded. The once stoic brand is now that of an unkempt and unwashed dog. This is no accident.

From raw financial deals and supports and lack of medication for the 23 hour days to the removal of the farm act.

Whom is responsible for the disgusting display of isolationism. One can say that the feed manufacturer is responsible, others could say the mechanical contractor were made unavailable for technical support.

The farmer was once allowed to collect raw water for his crops. Now, these crops are under regulatory jurisdiction. Different dates for inspection have rendered the farmer unable to tend to his flock.

Looking at all of these concerns I will be devoting several hours to address theses concerns.

Future posts and documentation will examine positive pieces of agricultural equipment and how they could serve other purposes.

The next Study contribution will be on the history of the common shovel.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on October 15, 2018, 12:58:55 PM
No living being exists simply to be a spectacle or to perform tricks for human entertainment, yet all circuses and traveling shows that use animals treat them as mere props, denying them everything that's natural and important to them.

PETA
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: gotham on November 10, 2018, 02:44:33 PM
You've touched on the cradle of it all and the study is destined to reveal important truths.

We realize the efforts are daunting and also appreciated. 

The pathway riddled with attempted misdirection you've seen, understood...and avoided.   

To the glory of the knot, the farmer and the shovel.   

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 18, 2018, 02:50:35 PM
Indeed,

The signature of the past has an age of declining declarations. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 24, 2018, 07:10:46 AM
Alliance of an Alloy

Where doth the periodic table of elements exist in nature.

Upon inspection and visual examination of the natural environment, no evidence of this table can be found.

There is no place in nature where the elements are laid out in a fashion similar to this pseudoscience document of filth and vulgarity.

If we are to believe that this table will hold the keys to truth in science then we have to examine the four pillars that hold the weight of the table.

In the next few dissertations I will examine each leg of the table and how nature itself bears little to no resemblance to the stain on the table.

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on December 28, 2018, 07:24:30 PM
Agricultural Instruments

Beyond the seed of the crop has but a lay to the cornerstone of the lost vision the once honoured harvester.


The introduction of the rake as a gift to the horticultural engine of progress.

Upon what genius did one come to the conclusion that the introduction of a long stem attached to the prongs would make an ease of use.

There is no question that the addition of a handle to the rake itself has improved efficiency to the farmer.

The farmer has been taken from his knees to the standing position with this simple addition.

This leads into the greater question that we all must rekon.

Is there a simple solution to the complex problems that lay before mankind of today.

What simple addition will bring luminous thought to the designers of every day instruments.

I have been bringing these topics to light to help usher a new design to yesterday’s vision.

I am reminded of a poem I hath thought of under a meditative stance

The Carpenter

Bring us your wood
Bring us your easel
Allow us the Chance
To clean your chisel

Visions are lost
In the dust of the wood

Visions are found
On the Chalk
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 03, 2019, 09:03:59 PM
I have thought some Poetry would bring enlightenment to the Scientific Method in to that of is studied.

The Midnight Harvest

Doth is the way of the day
The Horse shall chime 29 times
The Sea of Flow

Version of a past
Shall one speak of noth

Bridge light speak it tough fear

Crest the solace of forever
The guardian of forever
Hinge of no engine. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 05, 2019, 10:31:00 PM
Bird And Man

It was very recently that I was walking through the glade, when, upon a chance I was greeted with a sound of that I did not understand.

Indeed,

This was not a sound that a man hath make. This sound was that of a Mew Gull.

For those unfamiliar with this specimen, this is a type of bird.

The bird has several calls, this is something that I have come to understand based on several factors and deductions.

To give some background to the walk I was on and the particular instance to that of the encounter.

It was early morning, between 5:00 and 5:30. (My understanding after researching several ornithological papers) is that the Common Gull will make loud bellicose vocalizations.

In my attempt to understand it’s call, I consulted several ornithologists to deduce a meaning.

Alas,

No such meaning could be understood given the many differences our two species share. Although there are common similarities, the differences are vast and stark.

Will there come a day when human kind will hear the calls of the animals.

Will there come a time when the cry’s through the slaughterhouse are heeded with compassion and care.

Will mankind ever show compassion for an animal crying in pain?



Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 07, 2019, 07:25:40 AM
The Cornish Hash

The Hunger of the man
Toil in the fields
May he have a meal
May he eat

Long is the day
With no bread to be found
Long are the nights
With no mind to rest

The bath are short
The rest is none

Let him make
The Cornish Hash

Let him eat
The Cornish Hash

Let him dream of
The Cornish Hash

May he cook
May he tend to the flock




Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 10, 2019, 08:29:11 PM
The Nature of the Universe


It has become clear that the nature of the Universe is a topic that has been researched and debated fully.  No closer are we to finding the nature of it than we are to not finding its nature.

The questions has to be asked.

Is it important for mankind to answer this questions or will its answer develop more questions.

These ideas have troubled the many great thinkers of the past.

I for one do not know the nature or origin of the universe, for alas, if I did know such an answer I physically would not be able to conduct an ongoing study into its nature as knowing its nature would not allow thought into its origin.

It is important whenever we are talking about these important issues, that, we do focus on some facts that we do know.

Simply put, science has never been steady with the truth.  This is evident looking at the scientists of today.  Many scientists have not been able to determine if water is a liquid or a solid.  This has been demonstrated to be in question when I reference the University of Illinois Department of Atmospheric Sciences.

They have stated on their website that “Water is known to exist in three different states”

This very statement contradicts the idea that water itself is always a liquid.  It should be more aptly put that water can exist in a vapor form (Gas) and as a Solid (Ice)

The problem that we have in conducting research using these statements is that all future experiments and studies conducted using this idea start with a flawed premise based on misspoken logic.

The true question, has any research been conducted using the flawed statement?

If we are to conduct true assessments of our natural environment, and those assessments are expected to be believed than we have to ensure that our facts about the primary sciences are correct and future research is not tainted by the iniquities of a failed baseline
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: wise on January 11, 2019, 05:30:33 AM
contradictions about the state of matter are not only water. All of the metals have a melting temperature. after a value, the metals turn into liquid, because they take the shape of the container. The substances which take the shape of the container are theoretically liquid. then metals are liquid. when the melting point is exceeded, the metal melts and evaporates when the boiling point is exceeded. evaporate all the metals passing the degree of evaporation. then the metals are gas also.

however, the liquid state is usually absent in living things. only solid and gaseous state. the reason for this is the resistance of the organic structure that forms organisms to melting; however, this is my thought. if it heats up, the body resists this melting and the melting does not occur. When the heat reaches the boiling point, the organic structure begins to burn because the bonds forming the structure start to burn and evaporate directly by burning. there may be different stages that we do not know yet. therefore there are 2 stages for living things: solid and gas. however, solid, liquid and gaseous materials are commonly found in inanimate substances such as soil, metals and water. I would like to listen if there are exceptions to this.

I'm not a chemist. these are the details that attracted my attention as an ordinary researcher.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 13, 2019, 08:02:54 PM
Good Day,

Below is one of my advanced research documents.  It is something I would like to share.  It is vital to have a source of non-peer reviewed documents in order to protect the integrity of the document.

The Forever Universe

Many questions have arisen within the annals of thought that have people probing the question with regards if this, or that is possible.  Many have referenced the Multiverse theory.  Many hear are familiar with it and why it may exist.  There however is a more sinister idea of the universe. 

The idea of the Infinite Universe Theory (IUT)

This is the idea that the universe is infinite.

If we are to assume that the universe is infinite, then we have to assume that molecules have an infinite amount of time to arrange themselves in all types of formations.  This is due to pure random chance random organizations.

There is no doubt, that if we assume this theory to be true than there must be places in our universe that contain everything.

Everything that is debated within this forum exists in the Infinite Universe, for to deny that there is no chance of something not being true is to no understand what infinity is.  It is not understanding the concept of infinity.


For those who may the not understand these advanced theorems and studys that I undertake, I have composed a poem for the time.


The College Desk

Let it be known
Let it be true the night
Knowledge is the way
To know the way of study
Listen to the sound
Of the Park in Spring

I will be furthering my Advanced Research in further studies. 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 15, 2019, 08:49:19 PM
The Patron

Life of the quiet noise
Secondary to the setting sun
A bridge to the dawn
Does the stoic brand
Hear the muffled drops of rain
Tuberculosis of the bone
As his dawn sets
He will prance upon the stone

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 18, 2019, 06:00:12 PM
The Industrial Paradox

The machine of industry. The Machine of progress. What do we owe the current state of technological advancement.

All modern technology has been built off a flawed model of academic fallacy and failed mathematical formulas.

There is the very real possibility that large swaths of technology have been lost to a black void due to the reliance on failed formulas and scholastic impediments.

We can trace this disturbing state of being back to the structure of Euclidean Geometry.

The flawed state started with Archimedes and Euclid.  These two senile drifters were using an old dirty compass to structure the basis of geometry and mathematics. 

There is a painting “The School of Athens” by the renowned painter Raphael showing these two nomads attempt to preform a calculation.  It also shows what to be liquor and other intoxicating beverages being consumed.

This is one example of how humanity has lost what could have been a very different future. Technology that we have never seen is lost to the trash heap of a void.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 21, 2019, 09:10:15 PM
“The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man“

Charles Darwin
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 23, 2019, 08:23:05 AM
“No other animal on earth has portrayed such a disregard for life than mankind”

Anthony D. Williams
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 24, 2019, 06:57:12 AM
“No human race is superior; no religious faith is inferior. All collective judgments are wrong. Only racists make them”


“What hurts the victim most is not the cruelty of the oppressor but the silence of the bystander.”

“The duty of the survivor is to bear testimony to what happened . . . You have to warn people that these things can happen, that evil can be unleashed. Race hatred, violence, idolatries—they still flourish“

Elie Wiesel

Jewish Holocaust Survivor, Nobel Laureate and Thinker

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 31, 2019, 08:35:35 AM
“All truth-seekers should study the genocide that was the Holocaust and ask themselves how on Earth this event was 'allowed' to occur, keeping in mind allowed is the correct term as there was no shortage of witnesses, including those all over Europe who stood by and did nothing to intervene. If those bystanders hadn’t just stood by, perhaps the history books would tell a different story.”

James Morcan, Debunking Holocaust Denial Theories
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on January 31, 2019, 08:42:32 AM
Truth
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: wise on February 25, 2019, 04:45:11 AM
Result of my studies; the earth's being simulation.

Sun shadows are more like a real 2-dimensional projection other than a space. It is consistent according to size. however, when you increase the number of dimensions, you understand that reality has disappeared.

This is really annoying. that is, being in a computer simulation, and not being aware of it. and all your movements are being tracked, and recorded. I mean, everything. Even if you are in your bedroom or in the toilet, one or more people may be watching you from the computer screen outside the universe and enjoying it. It's really uncomfortable. this reduces the value of the debate about the shape of the world to one in a billion of its real value.

All the inconsistencies in the world are shouting the fact that there is simulation. why do the people who do the pyramids do this? we don't have that technology even today. No, that's not her. These are the scenario. used as decor. It doesn't have to be a logical explanation. The human and animal skeletons found only in decor. there is no correlation between them. dates are inconsistent, geographical discoveriesare  inconsistent.

When America was discovered, there were more advanced civilizations in America. But how did not Asia and Europeans discover this continent for thousands of years? whereas north america is a few days away from England by ship. It's nothing but bullshit. Because scenario is so.

the gunpowder was crafted as a first time in the Chinese at 700's. then the europeans learned it.

Mongolians have occupied the Europe in 1200's. This means, central Europeans had very high technology considered the Europeans. But wait. When Britania tried to fight against China at the ends of 1800's, China was as weak as using wooden ships could not resisted the UK. Think a country first discovered the gunpowder; but 1200 years later they were still using wooden ships. it is not convincing at all. This is stupid.

There is not a movement of the world. otherwise we would feel this momentum. already 2-dimensional world does not need to go anywhere. there are many physical and light evidence that we are different from each other, but that this universe has been created not for intelligent people, but for more stupid people. We're all computer codes. but the decors in this universe were created to appeal to people with lower intelligence. yes some of us are smarter. but all of us are equal to the creator of this universe.

If it is a computer, it must be still motionless. we describe it as god. but sometimes it becomes plural, sometimes it becomes singular. yes, it must be singular, our logic requires it. but if this world is a simulation, it is not necessary that the person who establishes it is god. any devil could have built a simulation universe just for fun, right? In theory, our God is just and merciful. accordingly, the world order had to be in this direction. So why are we killing animals? no this is not re-vegan discussion. I'm not vegan. God says we can eat animals. So this must be true. But we have to kill him for that. but that animal is upset, hurts, and sometimes cries. then that cannot be true. If God created all things as He wanted, would you not have a fairer world if it loved, rather than regretting and crying when you kill an animal and eat it?

They really don't hurt their souls. because they are computer codes. just like us. we only have different software. some of us are more intelligent, some of us are not. but this situation is entirely due to our codes. What are the prophets? The prophets are the ones who have been taught the secret cheat codes by God. all our movements are defined here. but a prophet who knows the secret code can produce a lot of miracles. Who can take back a dead person other than God? How can it be possible anything like that? No, Jesus is doing it. Because he's using the God mode. Think of it as "God mode" in any game. He was not the God's himself, because it is impossible, only one God can be; but somebody control this universe assigned him  "God mode." That's all.

We are trying to get out of the universe. this is impossible. it is completely impossible for now. Think about it. The letter A is trying to get rid of the word document and get out of the computer. Is this possible? or can a character in an MMO game come out of the game and come along? can't be such a thing. but immortality. No, I'm not saying that. It is also like other modes. immortality mode activated. So how can this be? just like I learned. If you add it as "know" among the codes of a person, then that person has learned immortality. just like I do.

I'm still not sure what it will do to know or use it. And if we are to leave this world, we will reach an area that is still under control. But do we have a problem with the creator? I don't think it should be. the attitudes of the countries are not convincing. they are part of the system. I mean, the sovereign powers, namely China, America, Russia, Britain and others, serve the software. If you need to have a change in one place in the world, this is one of those countries. other countries can do this if you need. No, they've got everything under control, nothing is left to chance.

If we had a chance to change something when we voted, they would even take this right back. Anyone above a certain level of intelligence serves the software. only very few people support people. I'm one of them. Satan? come on. If God wants, so the Devil intervenes, if He refuses, satan can not do anything. If you are praying, if someone on the screen sees this and intervenes, the scenario changes, otherwise no one cares about their prayers.

We are not worthy than a word in a word document. It's his fun, not ours. she is having fun watching us.

I read in many texts that God created this world as a place of entertainment. show me that God is "serious" in any holy text. this may include all teachings from the first pagan teachings to davidians.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 24, 2019, 12:00:57 PM
The bread of the earth

May the sun bake the wheat just as the oven bakes the bread.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 26, 2019, 09:24:52 AM
Last
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on March 28, 2019, 12:05:37 AM
The Black Door

I need a door
A blue door to the sky

A chemical door to no end

Does the door not knock upon ones gate.

Living in the pale dawn that crests in the jam of fornever

List of man
But to stop him as he stay

Knock knock knock, on that door
Raping on the cellar

Tap tap tap will it stop to start

He proclaims with just

“Hear the rain as it patters on the street”

Long have the boy wondered where he hath begun

“No” Screams the magistrate

“Where have one been even the quill had painted that door black”

The squire looked with rock glaze eyes at he who ponders what is not forever.

“Live” “Start” the catacombs of the line of fancy in the bowl of a fish

“The sea of a century past”

The gate keeper spoke

“Let thee who crosses the plane of the mind toss a coin the the river of Styx”

“Are you from Lethe” says the boat master

“No” states Herodotus.

Let the chapter rest as the crest of the age of dawn will rest on the shoal.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 03, 2019, 02:41:07 PM
The broth of an English broom

Bake it
Cook it
Allow it to sweep

The husk of a corn broom is but in its handle.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 03, 2019, 08:35:22 PM
The Black Raven

It has been several years since the purge of the order has occurred.  The Dawn has crested on the shoulders of a new age on man.  The age of man hath not ended in the thought.  The distance in 10 Fathoms as the crow flies.

Such journeys have been fraught with anguish and dialogue.

The following is an account of the daily life of natural animals in their natural environment.


ACT ONE

SCENE 1


The crow rests upon the broken branch as the night turns to black


THE BLACK CROW

Look at the stars they are bright

THE BLACK RAVEN

Look at the horse as it feeds in the Glade


As the two birds talk a gust of wind overtakes them as they position on the branch in preparation of further wind.

THE BLACK CROW

Steady yourself raven, the wind has started

THE BLACK RAVEN

Easy goes it in natures path

As the wind lays down its gust the two birds fly to their nests.

The teachers of today are not respected.

(https://i.imgur.com/YhWEZsD.jpg?1)
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 05, 2019, 10:20:04 PM
The Hearty Stew

Strewn are the words
The forge of an iron
Beneath the pale bastion
Crisp are the vines
Solid as it goes
Fortune of failure
Meal undue end
Drink to the cloth
Eat to the Clock
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 07, 2019, 09:05:02 PM
Please enjoy the following advanced study, hopefully it is of some use.

The Corruption of Time


It has been said that to start an essay with the phrase “In today’s  society” shows lack of character and understanding for the medium of thought.  I can however not think of a more apt introduction to the nature of this topic than that very phrase.

It has been many years since I have conducted an advanced study into the nature of time and where is has started.  There have been several examples of time itself not recording itself as it has been intended.  I will attempt to show several of these examples in the following paragraphs.

Many people reading this essay today have experienced the phenomenon that I am about to talk about. 

If we were to take a common household wall clock or common watch, at certain times during its lifespan it will fail to keep an accurate record of time.  The battery itself will run out, or, it will mechanical fail.  At the very point of failure, time according to the wall clock or watch has stopped.  This in itself goes against the idea that time is always flowing forward.

There is also the documented “Time Dilation”

For those who are unfamiliar with this concept, it is part of the theory of “Special Relativity”
This is a topic that I will be conducting further studies on in the very near future. 

In short, time and its constant flow cannot be trusted to provide any semblance of record keeping. 

Going back to “Time Dilation” I have seen no scientific documentation or adjustments to time dilation with regard to the calculated the speed of the Earth through the universe.

Is nature not itself an accurate measure of time,

How many wild animals require the use of a clock.  For those of you who have a dog or a cat as a pet, the animal will feed at the same time (approximately) you may find yourself awoken by this animal as it asks for food.  No clock of any kind was used. 

The circadian rhythm is a natural clock that I have been using for years. 

It may be considered unnatural to rely on a failed product such as a watch to a clock.  Nature has used to much success the natural clock.   In today’s society, is it wise to use different?
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 10, 2019, 09:47:06 PM
ACT TWO

SCENE II

The following dialogue takes place at 02:45 AM

MR. ANDREWS

Good Morning, there has been some discussion over the last couple days regarding the dossier that Magistrate O’Donnell has brought from the lecture hall. 

I can assure you that the documents you have printed are pertinent to the information provided.

MAGISTRATE O’DONNELL

Thank you Mr. Andrews for completing the paperwork in such a complete style.


Act III will consist of further dialogue between Mr. Andrews and Mr. O’Donnell.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 11, 2019, 03:31:48 PM
ACT TWO

SCENE III

The following takes place in Magistrate O’Donnell’s Coach as it leaves the estate and travels to the marketplace

MR. ANDREWS

Top of the morning to you Mr. O’Donnell, such a fine day it tis.

MAGISTRAGE O’DONNELL

Such a fine day indeed.  Have you had a chance to take measure of the supplies that we will be using to craft the evening function?

MR. ANDREWS

Yes Magistrate, I have indeed.   We will have to procure the following from the General Store:

6 Eggs
2 Pounds of Flour
2 Bags of chopped Peanuts
12 Bananas

MAGISTRATE O’DONNELL

Please purchase the products on my account.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 12, 2019, 09:05:32 PM
Upcoming Advanced Study

Special Relativity and the converse relationship to Game Theory

Over the next couple months, there will be several studies that focus on the theory of Special Relativity and it’s relationship to Game Theory under the relationship of negative equations and positive integers.



 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on April 16, 2019, 10:24:16 PM
Blue Bird

Look to the beautiful bird
Look at it sing
It’s feathers are soft
It’s age is Spring
Resting on a perch
It sleeps at night
Resting on a perch it says
Goodnight

Spring how it has ended
The rain falls the last drop
Listen for the snow
The bird
How it talks


 
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 12, 2019, 09:47:56 PM
Silica Dust

To the miner to whom has to work with this vile substance.

You work is honorable.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 22, 2019, 04:38:46 PM
Light of the lamp
Stow your darkness

Feed the mind
Let the word
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on May 30, 2019, 11:32:54 PM
The Passage

Davenport you say
Let it be the way
Strong as the Lark
As it feeds on the bark

Dust till the end
Straight past the bend.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 11, 2019, 05:12:19 PM
The Stone of Davenport

By the Gods the rain has not cliff
The pain of the noise echo in the air
Give the fortune the way of the dust

Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 11, 2019, 10:30:42 PM
I have noticed something interesting, worthy of a study, there is, a phenomenon that occurs within the population that must be examined very closely and due inspection.

Humans have been notorious through history with failing to care for the natural environment in that we live. This can be closely deducted by the pollution Spewing into the natural environment.

There is a situation that, occurs, when a driver of an automobile sits behind the wheel of his or her car. The driver always keeps the windshield clean. At no time is the windshield obstructed with debris or objects. This can be attributed to the fact that by having a cluttered windshield would make the operation and function of the motor vehicle difficult to use.  This would also make it unsafe, both to the driver and and occupants and or the other road users.

Why is this the case?

There are several factors that come into place, these will be examined thoroughly and several deductions shall be made as to the reason this phenomenon occurs.

One reason for this is because the Vehicle Manual states I’m not these words that there should not be any obstructions in front of the driver when operating the vehicle. Having a houseplant or picture in front of the steering wheel may obstruct the driver in the operation of the vehicle.

Many other reasons for this may be true.

In order to understand the human mind and deduce why certain things are the way they are in this world simple and obvious explanations to obvious problems must be explained with vivid imagination.

I will be continuing deductions of simple but complex ideas forthright.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 23, 2019, 09:17:05 AM
The decay

New sounds
New day
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 23, 2019, 11:40:40 PM
Left at the Next Left Turn

Tuesday,

On this day I have allowed doth mind to wonder into a glade of no-end.  No comprehension of the future as the mind rests in the here and now.  There is a certain thought, a certain image that does not rest in the night.  The sound of a bird rustling outside the door has left a quill on the doormat.  The quill, formed to the hand as it would be that the Raven was sent on a vision. 

This be no coincidence that the mind plays on the reality.  How one can allow his thoughts to guide his way is what has been for ages.

Does one go to sleep?

The Greek Philosopher Gorgias was the first to bring fourth the notion of Solipsism, this is the notion as in his three claims

1 - If something were to exist we can not know of its existence
2 - That nothing at all exists
3 - Even if we have knowledge, we can not communicate that knowledge

The notion of Solipsism can not be disproven as even the most valiant attempts will strengthen the argument for its reality and existence.

This is a philosophy that I have used to guide my life and meditations.  It is not for I to question my being as to do so would bring into question the life path I have chosen. 

Another notion that can not be questioned is the idea known as "Problem of other Minds" No person has been able to prove that other people have internal conscious.  This is an interesting, but, also disturbing notion.  It is possible that everyone and everything is a delusion of conscious reality.

I look the the past Philosopher Diogenes.  His embrace of the natural and his removal of the artificial has guided the meditations of the past and will guide the studies of the future.  Indications have structured the past and not the future.  Forth it is past the last strike of dawn.


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 25, 2019, 09:44:50 AM
This is a previous post that brings into question the validity of Herodotus.

It dictates that measurement can not be trusted.

It also shows that human beings have not been measuring correctly. All mathematics is based on previous research through the ages. If previous work is flawed then the academic institutions of today have been formed on flawed data and research. The validity of the modern academic instituons must now be examined and questioned.


In vino falsitas.

If Herodotus is to be believed, the hireling of Eratosthenes would have drunk barley beer, rather than wine, as the Egyptians lacked the proper agricultural conditions and infrastructure for vineyards (Herod. II.77.4). However, it should not be assumed that its properties were anything like our contemporaneous beers of modernity, in fact by the Ancient Greek metric (i.e. by comparison to wine) the Egyptian zythos (the beer) was considered extremely strong (Xen. An. IV.5.27). If wines average at a strength of 10% volume (for the sake of argument), there are 10ml, i.e., one unit of pure alcohol per 100ml. Let us assume that Egyptian beer was somewhat stronger - let's use the conservative figure of 12% (12ml alcohol per 100ml).

Egyptians drank beer from oval jars, such as this typical specimen pictured below, discovered at Giza by AERA:
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v499/dogplatter/LCA4.jpg)

Based on the scale, the jar looks to be approximately oval-shaped, roughly 15cm around and 30cm tall.
Treat the jar turned on its side as an oblate spheroid for the purpose of approximating its volume.

Let 'a' and 'b' = equatorial radii of the beer jar, and let 'c' = polar radius of the beer jar

(i.e., a = 15cm, b = 7.5cm, c = 7.5cm).

The volume of any ellipsoid is equal to (4/3) * π * a * b * c.

Therefore the volume of the beer jar is approximately (4/3) * 3.14 * 15 * 7.5 * 7.5 cm3.

4/3 = 1.33...

1.33 * 3.14 * 15 * 7.5 * 7.5 = 3523.66... cm3.

Assume 1ml of beer per cubic centimetre. Therefore the capacity of the beer jar is approximately 3523ml, or 3.5 litres of potent Egyptian beer.

If we assume that this degenerate stopped at Naucratis, Merimda, Heliopolis, Memphis, Itjtawy, Heracleopolis, Oxyrhynchus, Thebes, Coptos and Sebennytus, consuming on average one jar of powerful Egyptian zythos in each of these towns, he would have imbibed 4 litres of pure alcohol by the time he reached Syene, enough to kill a normal human four times over (the median lethal dose of alcohol in mammals is around 1.4g/kg bodymass. If a human weighs 70kg, the median lethal dose will be 98g [i.e., ml]). This gives you some idea of the level to which our globularist hero, Erastothenes' Earth-measurer, would have sunk. He was either incredibly fat, incredibly resilient to alcohol - from years of abuse - or, most likely, a combination of both. By the time he reached Syene he was, in any case, if the above estimations are correct, as drunk as a lord.

If he had only been better at measuring his crippling alcohol dependency, he might just have been a little better at measuring the Earth.


REFERENCES

Herodotus. The Histories.
Xenophon. Anabasis.

UCSB Laboratory Safety Program. (2008) 'Basic Toxicology'. University of California Website. Retrieved 22/04/10 from URL: http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/units/labsfty/labrsc/lstoxicology.htm

Ancient Egypt Research Associates. (2007) 'AERA - Ancient Egyptian ceramics, Ancient Egyptian pottery'. AERA Website. Retrieved 22/04/10 from URL: http://www.aeraweb.org/lost_city_age.asp
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on July 26, 2019, 09:50:48 PM
Attached is one of my old research papers. It is as valid today as it was years ago.



   

 From the most basic mathematical equations taught in educational institutions, to the complex library of false figures and records that circulate in the academic world.  For those of you who are new to the forum it is necessary to understand the difference between an educated person that believes in a round earth, and an educated person that believes in a flat one.  Both have reasons as to why they believe in one-theory vs. the other.  Although both (people) are educated, one is educated on a belief that is founded in deception and fabrication, and the other is educated in what can be called "real world science".  I will show in this document why even the most basic mathematical equation as taught in school fails under scrutiny and why because of this, the theory for a round earth fails as well.

    When our children are educated in there early years of life, they are taught what we as a society deem is appropriate as a base for lifelong learning.  Subjects taught in early school for example is grammar and mathematics.  An example of an early basic math equation taught in the concept of addition is   1 + 1   it is common knowledge that the answer to that question is 2.  This of course works.  For example if we have one apple and we take another apple and we put them side by side on a flat table and ask 100 educated people how many apples we have on the table, assuming that there is indeed one apple beside the other apple, most of the 100 people would say that there are two apples present.  And if we asked those people to write on a piece of paper the equation that allowed them to arrive at that conclusion, most people would write something such as this 1 + 1 = 2   You could of course repeat this experiment with as many controlled groups as you would like and for the most part the documented results would be the same.

      There is of course a circumstance that occurs in nature that shows why sometimes 1 + 1 does not equal 2.  If one was to go outside during a rainy day and observe raindrops interacting with one and another, something interesting happens.  When you have one raindrop beside another, for some reason, when they touch each other, they join up and become a single raindrop.  According to the education system, 1 raindrop and another raindrop should be 2, but according to real world science one raindrop and another raindrop touching equals one raindrop.  Some of you may say but there are 2 raindrops they are just together.  What I would say to that is "As I am observing the raindrop I observe one raindrop not two." To summaries, according to the educational system that most round earth theorists refer to 1 + 1 = 2 and according to real world science that us flat earth theorists go by 1 + 1 = 1 and 1 + 1 = 2 (It really depends on the situation) In all reality we flat earth theorists are open minded, and can understand that sometimes the taught base education is wrong and this has been shown wrong in the above explanation.

      Even through I have examined the most basic mathematical equation and showed why under certain circumstances it can fail, it brings us to the most important fact at hand.  If we cannot trust the most basic mathematical equation then how can we trust anything else that modern science dictates.  The entire world runs on a system that in all simplicity can be boiled down to simple mathematics.  What I am trying to show in my documentation is that although most people are fine living in a world composed of a one sided viewpoint.  I hope people can understand that by using real world observations they can come to their own conclusions about the world that are usually correct.  You can observe almost everyday why the most basic mathematical theory fails. You can also observe the earth as you look into the horizon.  Remember no matter what anyone tells you, the ONLY place that you can read about a round earth is in scientific documents and literature (Textbooks) The only place you can observe a flat earth is well, everywhere.  Science tends to be something that is always changing and from my experience through school, is, that nothing in science can ever be trusted with all certainty.  Even if you think what I have shown in the above paragraphs is false, please remember that it is important to look at everything with a critical mind and a critical viewpoint.  Even if you think it is ridiculous to believe that the earth is flat in todays world, please remember that it is critical that you as a person examine everything that you think you know because it may surprise you.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 01, 2019, 05:58:18 PM
Ship Husbandry

The history of Magistrate O’Donnel

Upon yee Galleon
Does the sword not crack
Upon yee Baggywrinkle
Upon yee Barca-Longa

Strum the Lute
Barrelman
Swab the deck or face the Bimny

These words, once chanted, once spoken by the mates on the high seas.

Many of a man has sailed the seas in search of fortune as the mast hath crest.

Man com & se how
Hundyr žis graue
In his ice water mansion

Of Engelond, to Caunterbury they wende,

The wit of the ages
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 05, 2019, 11:17:54 PM
The Tone of Sculpture

These be the words that Magistrate O’Donnel has anguished over as his mind turns to madness. 

The pondering of his days have caused senile thoughts.

For the last couple years Magistrate
O’ Donnel’s only conversation has been with the city Gulls. A variety of bird.

Magistrate O’Donnel could be observed on the Street of Canterbury Speaking to the trash can in an attempt to converse with the visiting Gull.   



The clock shall tick
The clock shall tock
Does the Raven approach the Clock?

Feather the ocean
Create the wind
Shall the rain quench its caw

The clouds roll in
The night grown old
The long door closes in

Heed the call
Heed the days that have gone.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 10, 2019, 07:06:30 PM
Below is an representation of the specimen that Magistrate O’Donnel has been conversing with.

(https://i.imgur.com/ZYWOIa2.jpg)

Below is a representation of the Trash Can that Magistrate O’Donnel has been conversing with.  Although the patina may be changed the concept is not. 

(https://i.imgur.com/mP5wS0v.jpg)


Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 13, 2019, 02:42:10 PM
Ornithology Lecture # 1A

Below is a diagram of several Gulls that can be found in the vicinity of the area where Magistrate O’Donnel was conducting his linguistic lectures to both the Common Gull and the Common Man

(https://i.imgur.com/Lc889SN.jpg)

If one conducts an examination of the different specimens as posted, one will come to the conclusion that the similarities exist between the different species of Gulls.

Please examine the sectional specimen below

(https://i.imgur.com/hCMrT5g.jpg)

Many may not be aware that the Common Gull can fly, this can be noted by the sectional study of the wing.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on August 17, 2019, 07:51:48 PM
Palaeontology Lecture # 1A 

Attention must be given to early life in order to facilitate an understanding of current ways.

Please conduct a visual examination of the specimen below

(https://i.imgur.com/h1PDQwL.jpg)

The image above is representative of the life cycle of the common living creature. It is important to understand the living environment of said animal or plant in order to fully realize the past in the future.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on September 28, 2019, 08:46:52 PM
Architecture of the World - Lecture Series

A void, its nature not understood, its structure not formed.  These are things that must be thought of and rendered in ones mind as something that is not understood by formal teaching or formal understanding of the world.

At times on is called to bring attention to that that does not have attention brought to it.  Listen to the sound of ones mind and believe it to be true even if book definitions class it as other things.

It is not what you have not thought of but what you have thought not to think.
Title: Re: Results of my study
Post by: bullhorn on November 06, 2019, 04:50:31 PM
Doth

The second hand to moon is past hath the 11th hour.