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March 20th, 2010

Wow.











Nakakaamaze yung fact that the most ancient of Egyptians avoided lining megaliths in 90 degree angles -- as if meron mali sa 90 degree alignment, as if magagalit ang planeta. Amazing. Extra effort talaga by hand just to avoid that freakin' angle. I wonder kung anong dahilan nila. Why avoid 90 degrees? Hmm.

Interesting how, as history progressed, the fascination for off-angles faded narin to give way for more ornate, sensual designs.

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Feeling ko talaga we all came from one super grand advanced civilation na nilamon ng tubig during the catastrophic end of the Ice Age. And the survivors, on big boats, landed in Egypt, in Angkor Wat, in Mexico, etc. After settling down, they tried to rebuild some structures - the megaliths - from that sunken civilization with their advanced knowledge in architecture, physics, geology and astronomy. I'm guessing, sobrang matrabaho ng architecture nila nun. And they plan projects with provision for centuries of execution. Bawal ang tamad. Siguro super sipag ang mga taong ito cus during the time na nakalitaw pa sa tubig ang civilization nila, mega-scarce ng resources dahil balot pa ng yelo ang most parts of the planet.

Sadly, siguro dahil sa paglago ng vegetation and fauna after the ice melted, unti-unti naring naging tamad ang descendants nila. Humans became brats.

Until nga, umabot na sa atin.

Shucks.

Nakakahiya, actually.

Acording to Prof Michio Kaku, we (currently) are civilization 0 compared to the possible 3 or 4 types of civilization human beings can reach. Sadly, we almost dont get into the chart! We are so blinded, convinced that we are the best civilization ever in earth that we put aside the possibility of being the complete opposite!

Methods by which a civilization could feasibly advance to Type I:
Large scale application of fusion power. Type I implies the conversion of about 5 kg of matter to energy per second. This can be achieved by fusing approximately 1,000 kg of hydrogen into helium each second, a rate roughly equivalent to 3 × 1010 kg/year. A cubic km of water contains about 1011 kg of hydrogen, and the Earth's oceans contain about 1.3 × 109 cubic km of water. So this rate of consumption can be sustained over geological time scales.

Antimatter production is still beyond our civilization's ability to utilize as a power source,[10] but any civilization with the technological ability to produce or collect antimatter[11] in large quantities cheaply, would have a mechanism to produce power on a scale several factors above our current level of technology. In antimatter-matter collisions, the entire rest mass of the particles is converted to kinetic energy. The energy per unit mass is about 10 orders of magnitude greater than chemical energy (compared to TNT), about 4 orders of magnitude greater than the energy that humans liberated today using nuclear fission, and about 2 orders of magnitude greater than the best possible from fusion.[12] The reaction of 1 kg of anti-matter with 1 kg of matter would produce 1.8 × 1017 J (180 petajoules) of energy (by the mass-energy equivalence formula E = mc²), or roughly the equivalent of 47 megatons of TNT. For energy comparisons see anti-matter as a fuel source.

Solar energy — converting sunlight into electricity by either solar cells or indirectly through wind and hydroelectric power. Currently, there is no known way for human civilization to successfully utilize the equivalent of the Earth's total absorbed solar energy without completely coating the surface with man-made structures, which is presently not feasible. However, if a civilization constructed very large space-based power satellites, Type I power levels might be achievable.


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OK. Given this info, parang nakaabot pa ang ancient egyptians sa Level 1.

Their obelisks kasi are meant to tap and measure energy emanating from the Earth itself. They had respect for the alignment of stars, the energy coming from the skies.

Asa pa talaga tayo to even understand how they were able to build their pyramids.



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