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- I don't see a brain, the geometry proves the two are identical. Yes they painted it in the spectrum we see with our eyes. The other wavelengths still look the same. Nothing you posted takes any credibility from the fact they painted it. And I linked that website just for the church of the gesu painting, not the brain Photoshop picture. The black hole inside the trapizium matches up to the pineal gland within the trapizium of tissue. Danny Wilten said there was a black hole there two years before NASA discovered it.Jan 26, 2016
- the different wavelengths do not alter the geometry at all, but the chromoscope is cool. Also the kabbalah which the bible is based off of, referred to God as the nebulae 7900 years ago. So you are saying the Andromeda galaxy follows the Fibonacci sequence in the visable wavelength but not radio? No it follows the same geometry no matter the wavelength Jan 26, 2016
- thanks for your "educated" opinion thoJan 26, 2016
- Sorry you had to go through that!
I mean it was obvious the kid is messed up in his whole belief system. Even a quick glance at his own posts revealed quite a disturbed person; who ironically sees in pareidolia vision.
I had gotten the chromoscope link from a comment you did before. Great visual tool for explaining the EM spectral bands used in astronomical images.
Ah, I remember that Christopher Butler post, and comment as well. Brilliant.Jan 26, 2016
- the fact that you are an astronomer and confuse pareidolia with geometry is very pathetic. The fact you link pictures of the nebula in different wavelengths with it containing the same geometry throughout and claim it desputes the evidence is very patheticJan 26, 2016
- Rhys TaylorOwner+2"the different wavelengths do not alter the geometry at all, "
Yes they do, quite clearly and objectively. If you can't see that then I can't help you.
" So you are saying the Andromeda galaxy follows the Fibonacci sequence in the visable wavelength but not radio? No it follows the same geometry no matter the wavelength "
I'm afraid that is objectively and measurably also just not the case - I've done it myself, not for this galaxy but for many others. Just look at the X-ray image of that galaxy for one thing. For another, have a look in particular at this gif :
First, we see M33 (Triangulum) as it appears at optical wavelengths. The stars are distributed in an exponential disc, smoothly decreasing. Then with see the neutral hydrogen overlaid at a series of different sensitivity levels. You can see it extends much further than the stellar disc and has completely different structures in it. Moreover, the density of the gas is uniform within the stellar disc and only starts to drop once you reach the edge.
See also these posts for more examples of structures that are only visible at certain wavelengths :
But especially this one :
"The fact you link pictures of the nebula in different wavelengths with it containing the same geometry throughout and claim it desputes the evidence is very pathetic."
You asked for my opinion and I have given it. I have genuinely no idea how you can look at these things and see similarities where none exist.
Thread muted.Jan 27, 2016