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Old 03-08-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default Ancient knowledge: the key to the British Weather

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I was dabbling with Stonehenge and found that it can pinpoint storms. So I converted my findings into a general equation and plotted it. Then I laid it over a weather satellite image of the UK and got this:



The red and the blue are the same equation, just one shifted along and down.

See how the dots form barriers to the clouds? See how the equation stops at the North Sea and then continues in Scandinavia? Each "graph" comprises 9,000 points.

I thought it was a fluke. So, I checked the following day and got this:



So, it seems that actually the British weather is entirely predictable and operating as it should be (ie no man-induced climate change); you don't need a supercomputer and millions of observations - an Excel spreadsheet on a tablet will suffice; And all thanks to our ancestors who obviously wanted the knowledge to last down the ages, otherwise they wouldn't have built something so "permanent" and so public. It was knowledge for the masses who came from far and wide, probably to get a year's forecast in advance.

So, question: should the knowledge be returned to the masses? Or is it best left in the past and we can made do with dodgy forecasts?
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:08 AM   #2
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Hi
I was dabbling with Stonehenge and found that it can pinpoint storms. So I converted my findings into a general equation and plotted it. Then I laid it over a weather satellite image of the UK and got this:



The red and the blue are the same equation, just one shifted along and down.

See how the dots form barriers to the clouds? See how the equation stops at the North Sea and then continues in Scandinavia? Each "graph" comprises 9,000 points.

I thought it was a fluke. So, I checked the following day and got this:



So, it seems that actually the British weather is entirely predictable and operating as it should be (ie no man-induced climate change); you don't need a supercomputer and millions of observations - an Excel spreadsheet on a tablet will suffice; And all thanks to our ancestors who obviously wanted the knowledge to last down the ages, otherwise they wouldn't have built something so "permanent" and so public. It was knowledge for the masses who came from far and wide, probably to get a year's forecast in advance.

So, question: should the knowledge be returned to the masses? Or is it best left in the past and we can made do with dodgy forecasts?
I would be interested to see your work but the images are broken.
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Old 31-10-2013, 12:16 AM   #3
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Hi
I was dabbling with Stonehenge and found that it can pinpoint storms. So I converted my findings into a general equation and plotted it. Then I laid it over a weather satellite image of the UK and got this:



The red and the blue are the same equation, just one shifted along and down.

See how the dots form barriers to the clouds? See how the equation stops at the North Sea and then continues in Scandinavia? Each "graph" comprises 9,000 points.

I thought it was a fluke. So, I checked the following day and got this:



So, it seems that actually the British weather is entirely predictable and operating as it should be (ie no man-induced climate change); you don't need a supercomputer and millions of observations - an Excel spreadsheet on a tablet will suffice; And all thanks to our ancestors who obviously wanted the knowledge to last down the ages, otherwise they wouldn't have built something so "permanent" and so public. It was knowledge for the masses who came from far and wide, probably to get a year's forecast in advance.

So, question: should the knowledge be returned to the masses? Or is it best left in the past and we can made do with dodgy forecasts?
it should defo be returned to the masses

all this filthy spraying they are doing is dispicable and the idiots accepts ir because 'scientists' say its needed

please. please post your findings

teach the world

thnaks man
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Old 14-02-2014, 10:18 PM   #4
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Hi
I was dabbling with Stonehenge and found that it can pinpoint storms. So I converted my findings into a general equation and plotted it. Then I laid it over a weather satellite image of the UK and got this:



The red and the blue are the same equation, just one shifted along and down.

See how the dots form barriers to the clouds? See how the equation stops at the North Sea and then continues in Scandinavia? Each "graph" comprises 9,000 points.

I thought it was a fluke. So, I checked the following day and got this:



So, it seems that actually the British weather is entirely predictable and operating as it should be (ie no man-induced climate change); you don't need a supercomputer and millions of observations - an Excel spreadsheet on a tablet will suffice; And all thanks to our ancestors who obviously wanted the knowledge to last down the ages, otherwise they wouldn't have built something so "permanent" and so public. It was knowledge for the masses who came from far and wide, probably to get a year's forecast in advance.

So, question: should the knowledge be returned to the masses? Or is it best left in the past and we can made do with dodgy forecasts?

I would be pretty interested to see the images. Seems like you've come up with some great knowledge. Thanks in advance

(I know it's a pretty old thread but i wasn't registered at the time.)
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