I've just listened to the cast. I understood miss K and you were the hosts, right? You had few "fucks" slipped here and there, but, hey, what a fuck! Excellent job, really. I agree with everything you said there, and I'm really happy there are more people like me around who came to these conclusions independently. I also liked when you expressed some suspicion about the Moon light.
I might only comment on the "jewton was believer in Christ and Bible".
Well, king Edward Longshank (the one who was brutal to Mel Gibbson), expelled the moneychangers out of England in 1290 (as the Magna Carta of 1215, and few other measures in 1260s didn't bring expected results). Majority of the moneychangers left, but some "crypted" into and stayed. In 1640s, cromwell starts the first revolution (french and others to follow) for his masters, who financed him and requested the execution of Charles I by a parliament trial and "legal" conviction. They brought william III for the king from Holland (who hosted them after the similar eviction from Spain), who immediately (and silently) revoked the Edward's edict (it was never officially revoked, to this day), and in 1694 makes England the first JWO minion in history, by accepting to borrow private confetti money (gold receipts) at interest and tax his people for the interest (the whole "free" western world would soon follow). The BOE, the first ever private central bank, then gets the jewton to be the mint master (which you did say in the cast), where he did the only one, the single one, practical invention: he invented the dents on the rim of a coin, to stop the theft by coins pilling off.
So this jewton guy was a part of the light bearers plan to rescue the Europe out of the Christian "dark ages", into the hands of the truly chosen masters. He continued the work of Polish kazar copernicus on the heliocentric system. They didn't care for science or truth, they simply wanted to find something big that the Christian church would fiercely defend. So they picked up this thing, and since the whole civilization lived in the north hemisphere, the flat earth and the globe earth models gave same results, they pushed for the globe earth. Church was fine with astronomers using either the theory, but that was not what they wanted. They wanted the fundamental change and the Churche's defeat, and later they continued the attack with the evolution and dinosaurs, attacking the marriage, everything national, etc.
Later, in 18th century, when the ships started getting lost in the seas of the south hemisphere, due to the globe earth longitude calculations huge errors, and when the captain Cook clocked 80K miles and 3 years to sail around Antarctica, the Bradford channel experiment, etc, people started doubting the heliocentric globe earth, as you mentioned that in the cast.
Oh, and his gravitation, as an attractive force between two masses, was never proved and/or measured, except for the cavendish, whose experiment nobody was able to repeat (ever).
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feblogger wrote:PS: Please don't mind me adding a little capitalization to your quoted post, just for readability. It is only meant to be a polite reminder, and not at all a critique of the merit of your post.
I usually pay attention to the semantics, but it seems that here I'll have to pay attention to the syntax as well No probs, I'll try to start the sentence with a capital letter., although some names I wont, sorry, I'm a rebellious.
Oh, my keyboard mixes letter "n" and "j" so that you know if you notice it. I'll have to fix the keyboard