Author Topic: The strata layers of Malta - first and last level are the same!  (Read 65616 times)

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variations in gemstones are variations in the lattice, their fractal?
« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2009, 17:39:19 »

can you confirm, correct or explain what i understand (having to sort of put it in my language to get my head round it fully)

so as long as the field, the lattice is constant the thing it has formed (like a hologram or a cymantic shape) will remain? once the field or frequency changes (input/ouyput/trandformer) it will then alter?

one of the problems i think people have is we have named things, so we say hot or cold where as the universe does not know human hot or cold, it is working on different energy/frequency levels. by naming something we limit it and us.

i once had the idea that if we can somehow change the "electrical field" of something we can then change it to anything... is this sort of the thing you are saying?

if you could have 2 points or lines, say for example things like your dowsing rods in your hand -  that could alter the lattice or change the flow between those point, the factal of that area - could you then change things between them?

the periodic table and how all things relate and transform upwards or downwards helps make your thoughts clearer - that material in that area is just changing its geometry/frequency up or down - so it has similar properties but is different. Is that why different materials react differently with each other? They are in different fractal frequencies?

does this also explain why material is similar in areas but has local differences? not due to chemicals but due to the energy lattice in the area creative a slightly different fractal - red beryl, silver sandstone in Utah for examples and precious gemstones all over the world?


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Re: The strata layers of Malta - first and last level are the same!
« Reply #16 on: December 17, 2009, 22:57:34 »
"Men are like bees in a hive.....They respond unknowingly to the warmth of their unseen enivioronment"
TT Brown.
Newton was an alchemist, suppressed.
Geometry, unseen geometry.
Bees are clever, if they want a queen, they rotate the matrix structure through 90 degrees, they do this with 20 pods, the result are queens.
the Egyptians worshipped as a god the scarab beetle, it forms a ball of dung, it rolls this along a specific line, at a finite point it stops, digs a hole and puts the dung ball in it, lays an egg in the dung then covers it up.
Up pops a new scarab beetle.
Fungi amaze me, they grow in precise locations and orientations, PRECISE, fairies are seen( plasma discharges?)
I am the father, son and holy ghost( hard to see ghosts?)
Abbot suger, gothic architecture, turned through ninty degrees.
Chirality.
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transformation, creation of life influenced by energy fields?
« Reply #17 on: December 18, 2009, 11:13:18 »
I agree with what you are saying about bees and fungi. The location conditions, field, energy either changes or creates the plants and animals. that is why they vary, not evolution but the electric universes affect on things. people know that EM changes how plants and crystals grow so why not dna? the fact that very rare fungi and plants are only found in precise locations means they either have spores and plants covering the whole planet (so are not that rare) or the basic spore/cell/dna is changed locally.

its not just a+b=c its a+b+eu=life

crocodile babies and other animals are either male or female depending on temperate, which is just a measurement of energy.

local energy creates or forms the life can explain very quick "evolutionary changes". i read somewhere once that one group of the famous "Darwin Finches" on an island had there own rapid change recently. A new species of bird where introduced and ate the original hosts food, so in a few generations the origanal birds beaks had changed. Was this due to evolution or the fact that the local energy fields had changed, so they responded to that? They either transformed to the change of the field or they tuned into a different food source or plants energy and changed to suit that.
the same for how there are insects, animals, plants that live, feed or work together, they tune in to the need or the field around them. they all transform into what is needed. Gaia and the feedback.

could this also explain why extinct animals or plants keep being found, the basic model is recreated. also why throughout time we have cycles of similar animals/plants but in different sizes. also why some animals have similar body parts to others either around the world or in the past.

as you can tell this is something that i have been thinking about and investigating for awhile and its great to talk to someone who will understand where i am coming from :)
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The Platypus Theory
« Reply #18 on: January 29, 2010, 08:19:50 »

animals found as fossils although supposedly millions or billions of years from each other and todays recent animals have similar features as they are based on basic models. Gaia's different energy, morphic field and positive/negative feedback in an Electric Universe, at that moment in time influences the birth of the animals. it creates animals and plants using similar building blocks with local variations for that time.

these might be so that they create a certain energy, eat a certain food that there is lots of in the world at the time, survive in a world changed since a catastrophe or sudden abrubt climate change (non man made of course). for example the food source energy adding to the positive/negative feedback loop at the time to help create animals/plants that will use or eat it to spread its seed or just be useful)

Does this explain the Platypus? It can not have evolved as not sure how an animal can evolve from all those animals and have so many varied animal types of body parts. But if nature creates those parts and adds them on or uses instant variations of  them when it is needed then the Platypus can exist in its present form and in the past. It does not matter if the animal is "meant to have those parts", if it needs a bill for a mamal or it needs to lay eggs then it does. There are no rules or reason to stop it apart from another restriction that man has put on nature. The Platypus is a very electrical animal.

Still not sure it exists though until i see one of the little buggers with my own eyes!

Similar story with the first and last limestone layers of Malta being the same, including the fossils. Very, very unlikely with all the changes in the Earths environment that this part of the world could have the exact same conditions twice for such long periods of time. but if the earth is part of an electrical system and the field and the energy was similar then you could get the same things again?

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New dinosaur discovery solves evolutionary bird puzzle

A newly discovered fossil has shed light on why a group of dinosaurs looks like birds, say scientists.

Haplocheirus sollers may not be as charismatic as T. rex or as agile as a pterodactyl but it's thought to solve a long standing puzzle.

Researchers believe its short arms and large claw show how bird-like dinosaurs evolved independently of birds.

The 3m-long skeleton, found on an expedition to China's Gobi desert, is described in the journal Science.

The fossil is a member of the Alvarezsauridae family, a group of bird-like dinosaurs. The group shares features with birds, including fused wrist elements and a loosely structured skull.

But the researchers say the new fossil shows the Alvarezsauridae group split from birds much earlier on the evolutionary tree than was thought.

"Haplocheirus is a transitional fossil," Jonah Choiniere from George Washington University told the BBC.

"Previously we thought the Alvarezsauridae were primitive, flightless birds. This discovery shows they're not and that the similarities between them evolved in parallel."

The fossil is of a nearly complete adolescent dinosaur skeleton and was found in orange mudstone beds in the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China.

It was spotted when a member of the team noticed the pelvis at the ground's surface. The rest of the skeleton was found only inches down.

The new dinosaur shows an early evolutionary step in the development of the short, powerful arm typical to the Alvarezsauridae group.

"The rest of the members of this group have really short forelimbs with huge muscle attachments, like body-builder arms. The fossil shows the first step in the evolution of this weird arm and claw," said Mr Choiniere.

Varied diet

The researchers believe the fossil shows development of the two diverged in the Late Jurassic period, about 160 million years ago. Until now there was no evidence of this type of dinosaur living at that time.

"It's like finding a great, great grandfather in your family which doubles the age of your family tree," said Mr Choiniere.

Scientists believe that birds descended from theropods or bird footed dinosaurs in the Late Jurassic. Theropods include alvarezsaurs, other bird-like dinosaurs including the well known Velociraptor, meat eaters like T. rex and modern birds.

Haplocheirus sollers means simple, skillful hand. The fossil shows the dinosaur had small teeth and researchers believe the claw may have been used for digging termites.

"It may have had a very general diet, tackling smaller animals like lizards, very small mammals and very small crocodile relatives," explained Mr Choiniere. "It was a lightly built animal and could run very quickly."
New dinosaur discovery solves evolutionary bird puzzle | bbc.co.uk

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Re: The strata layers of Malta - first and last level are the same!
« Reply #19 on: January 30, 2010, 02:05:34 »
Catastrophy caused the fossils, so whilst there was no catastrophies the creatures evolved quickly due to the changing conditions, without leaving any trace. Both on Mars and on Earth. So long periods of such evolution could have existed between catastrophies. One needs to keep in mind that the deposits formed very quickly so that all the fossils in a group of layers or strata were deposited at about the same time, undergoing some sorting during the lamination process occurring during deposition.

However it seems pretty clear that decay rates of elements were affected by the electrical conditions that occurred, making all radiation isotope datings rubbish, so one would expect considerable DNA changes.
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could local EU events create fossils?
« Reply #20 on: January 30, 2010, 02:31:05 »

some good points there Mo! although my reply asks questions its because you made me think about things :)

fossil records basically only when we have catastrophe - could local events or discharges also create local fossilisation? earthquakes seem to build up then release a lot of electrical energy, if one was powerful enough could it fossil stuff?

evolution - i personally dont agree with evolution described by mainstream as creating all the life we find on earth from single cells. perhaps a mixture of evolution and the ideas i mention above could work? there is also the idea of things being transported from Mars to account for sudden changes and new animals/plants. is there anyway to tell what are mars or earth animals?

Why is the tree of life called the tree of life? did its radiation help evolve life on earth? did the discharge or energy it created fossilised some stuff? Is it the tree of life because it literally brought other life from another planet to this earth?

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Re: The strata layers of Malta - first and last level are the same!
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2010, 02:30:43 »
Fossils could have formed otherwise than just during the great sedimentation episodes. Creatures can fall into bogs or get caught in resin, etc. There is probably just not enough of these fossils to get the full picture.

is there anyway to tell what are mars or earth animals?
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If no material was transported from Earth to Mars then the creatures that came from Mars might have element ratios that are different. However actual bones in fossils are hard to find, and even then one would need many samples to show conclusively that a group of fossils had a different element ratio signature. But that is a good question.

The tree of life probably appeared animated. A couple of books probably would be needed to consider what the tree of life initially was and what it came to represent. I'll pass.
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The Platypus Dinosaur Theory
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The Platypus Dinosaur Theory

The Platypus Dinosaur Theory - natural evolution or electromagnetic evolution creating a dinosaur that is made up of different dinosaurs?

The dinosaur version of the platypus theory. A good theory predicts?

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Fossil hunters in Chile have unearthed the remains of a bizarre Jurassic dinosaur that combined a curious mixture of features from different prehistoric animals.

The evolutionary muddle of a beast grew to the size of a small horse and was the most abundant animal to be found 145 million years ago, in what is now the Aysén region of Patagonia.

The discovery ranks as one of the most remarkable dinosaur finds of the past 20 years, and promises to cause plenty of headaches for paleontologists hoping to place the animal in the dinosaur family tree.

“I don’t know how the evolution of dinosaurs produced this kind of animal, what kind of ecological pressures must have been at work,”

“What’s surprising is that in this locality the most bizarre dinosaur is not the exception, but the rule. It is the most abundant animal we find,” he added.

... Chilesaurus had switched diets and become a vegetarian. Meat eaters tend to have sharp teeth and large heads supported by thick necks. Chilesaurus had a horny beak, flatter teeth for chomping plants, a small head and slender neck. “It’s a therapod that turned vegetarian,” said Novas.

... Other anatomical peculiarities have surprised paleontologists. Its forelimbs were stocky, like an allosaurus, and instead of sharp claws, it sported two stumpy fingers.

... The curious form of Chilesaurus is an extreme example of mosaic convergent evolution, where different parts of an animal adapt to the environment along the same path taken by other creatures.

... “It has an unbelievably weird mixture of anatomical features. If you found isolated bones from this one animal in different places you’d probably conclude that the bones came from completely different dinosaur groups, rather than representing one unusual species,” he said.

“Some of the bones look like they belong to an early theropod, others like they belong to a group of weird plant-eating theropods called therizinosauroids and yet others look like they belong to a completely different dinosaur group, the prosauropods. A truly odd mix.”
'Bizarre' Jurassic dinosaur discovered in remarkable new find  | theguardian.com
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