Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

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Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

Unread postby JouniJokela » Wed Apr 13, 2016 10:45 am

This is an issue (in title) which is not handled here. I just found this short comment;
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=363#p4271

These lines are obviously "Man made". Short introduction;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nazca_Lines

The Palpa lines can be easily been though as an ancient airport; Behind this link there is a lot of interesting pictures.
http://www.am-sur.com/am-sur/peru/Nasca/Lineas-mapas-ENGL.html

Then I want to combine these lines with the question; "Where is the optimal place to launch a space-shuttle?"
It's in equator. But it's not only equator. It's possibly high place in equator. The Reason is that Earth's rotation can be used to reach escape velocity. The tangential velocity goes up with radius, so it's equator in possibly high mountain.

I expect nascalines are scars from radioluminescence, like "Tritium illumination";
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tritium_illumination
The scars would be caused by the radioactivity of such matter.

And I even found this place, which might have been this "Space-launch" place;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcahuasi
pls. look it in google maps so that you see the height. It's very flat area in mountains, 3 km long in North-South direction. This is of course wrong if we look the equator as it's today. But the rotation of Uranus shows us what is possible. And There is even dreams-theories about how the past of the Earth might have been;
http://www.worlddreambank.org/J/JAREDIA.HTM
Funnily enough the Equator of this "Jaredia" is exactly at the "Marcahuasi"

There is also another aspect. The "Northpole" is in this case in Africa. And funnily enough, there is no Dolmens in Africa.

Disclaimer; These are just thoughts based on observation, and I don't try to claim anything. Our thoughts just doesn't change the reality. The observed Reality should change our thoughts. Just feel free to have your own thoughts and share them here. The topic is Nazca & Palpa lines.
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Re: Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

Unread postby Eutrophicated1 » Sun Apr 17, 2016 4:27 pm

The Palpa lines can be easily been though as an ancient airport; Behind this link there is a lot of interesting pictures.
http://www.am-sur.com/am-sur/peru/Nasca ... -ENGL.html

Then I want to combine these lines with the question; "Where is the optimal place to launch a space-shuttle?"
It's in equator. But it's not only equator. It's possibly high place in equator.


Actually, not all locations on the equator, and especially in the mountains, are good locations for any kind of aircraft/spacecraft launches. The local weather at a launch facility is a very important factor. Stable weather, and dry stable weather is definitely preferable. That's one reason Virgin launch facility was located in New Mexico, USA.

Another preference is for a location that is very geologically stable. Relatively young mountain ranges, such as the South American Andes, have been raised on geologically unstable fault lines.

A third important factor is the need for really large amounts of flat land, so that the vehicles can be launched horizontally, instead of vertically. It takes 10 times more energy to lift things straight up, than 'flying' them at a gradual incline off the ground.

For all those reasons, that is why Virgin Galactic has built their facility where they did. Also it makes it much easier for Burt Rutan, their chief vehicle designer to use double 747's as launch vehicles.
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Re: Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

Unread postby JouniJokela » Mon Apr 18, 2016 4:00 am

^Thanks for the input. The Weather aspect I haven't thought, and this Virgin Project I had heard, but not checked;

http://spaceportamerica.com/
With 18,000 acres and a 12,000 foot spaceway, we have plenty of business growth opportunity.


12 000 foot = 3.66 km spaceway,,,

And here's the map for the "Marcahuasi"
http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/draw/?zoom=8&center=-11.788889,-76.573611&marker=Marcahuasi

Image

The Blue line is 2.8 km long, and on both direction there is plenty of peak-free-space to take off or approach.
And just funnily enough; the Marcahuasi-wiki says;
This mountain range dominates the landscape at 4,000 m above sea level and the place is known for curious shapes of human faces and animals visible in granite rock.


And even ancient ruins at the place marked with red circle...
https://www.google.com/maps/place/11%C2%B047'20.0%22S+76%C2%B034'25.0%22W/@-11.7756161,-76.5780554,19z/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

If such a flat mountain top is natur-made, I would expect to find similar places on the same region. But I didn't found any...
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Re: Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

Unread postby danikutya » Wed Apr 20, 2016 12:15 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgRAni-dFOk
at 23:52 the ancient? Gambian airport seems very interesting,(I am a big fun of Newearth videos, many of them are well connected to the idea of ancient catastrophe)
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Re: Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

Unread postby GaryN » Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:29 pm

Gambian airport seems very interesting


Yes, I think there is much evidence, ignored by mainstream, that strongly suggests the history of the Earth and its inhabitants is very different from what we are told. I would agree too that the history we are taught may well have been written relatively recently.
In order to change an existing paradigm you do not struggle to try and change the problematic model. You create a new model and make the old one obsolete. -Buckminster Fuller
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Re: Nazca lines, Palpa lines.

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