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Sergey345

Hi All. Invent These Topics: Watch Sensation. Nothing More. Simply Bri

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Sergey345    0

How to submit a number?

A new direction.

Sacred dial. Sacred watch.

Increases readability. One arrow. On the dial 24.

Sacred numbers. the symbolism of numbers. The image number. the geometric form of the numbers. From simple to complex. The length of the outer circle is equal to the length of the "SACRED DIAL 24" from the inner circle with a radius of 3.863 ... times smaller outer circumference.

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Stan    5,146

All your base are belong to us!

Later,

William

That brought back some memories. :D

Ta, very much. :yes:

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tall_tim    1

This is not spam. My gift to you)))

You've been spreading the love too, but the science geeks seem divided - no change there!

http://www.scienceforums.net/topic/64002-image-of-the-numbers-the-visual-significance-of-numbers-multiply-mirrored-arc-sacred-clock/

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William_Wilson    7,209

Reading the time within the inner circle is simple, though awkward. The "magic number" fallacy that goes with the rest that surrounds the inner circle is a bit much.

Later,

William

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William_Wilson    7,209

All your base are belong to us!

Later,

William

:lol: :lol:

Did you post this one before in another thread, or was it me that did that? :lol:

Later,

William

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Kutusov    541

Did you post this one before in another thread, or was it me that did that? :lol:

Later,

William

Don't know Will, but we've been down this alley before! :D

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mel    1,351

:wallbash:

Double Strength Co-Codamel for me to-night, and my spectacles definitely need new batteries as well :yes:

:weed:

: :beach:

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tixntox    287

It looks like a "pi-e" recipe to me! .................. and 2 pi r does not make the circumference because I've actually measured it and it was wrong! :eek: :partytime: and did you know that six out of seven dwarves are not happy............................. and that makes them feel grumpy ....................... which makes him happy........................... so the truth is that only five out of seven dwarves are not happy ............... but only when they are feeling grumpy! :thumbup:

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William_Wilson    7,209

The threads now about dwarves feeling each other? That makes more sense than some of the fallacious reasoning behind the clock. :D

Later,

William

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Pip-Pip    0

I'm actually quite intrigued by the OP but I have no idea what it's about :wallbash: . Can the OP explain a bit more... in terms we can all understand and with a restrained use of symbolism! Cheers

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Kutusov    541

I'm actually quite intrigued by the OP but I have no idea what it's about :wallbash: . Can the OP explain a bit more... in terms we can all understand and with a restrained use of symbolism! Cheers

Acording to Will's last interpretation, it has to do with dwarves playing with each other... :eek: Don't ask, I have a feeling you really don't want to know!!!

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