## Is science relevent to ABH (Jon et al)

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• Hi all, Jon wrote) I don t mind you disagreeing with me Jim, but you re also disagreeing with mathematics AND a computer. JimB) John being a college level
Message 1 of 2 , Nov 1, 2001
Hi all,

Jon wrote) I don't mind you disagreeing with me Jim, but you're also
disagreeing with mathematics AND a computer.

JimB) John being a college level physics and mathematics teacher for 30
years I'll have no trouble understanding your math. So, if you don't mind,
show me the mathematics that will explain your position!

In the mean time, I am the author of "The Gods, Gemini, and the Great
Pyramid," wherein, in answer to Dr. Einstein's inquiry for the physics (and
the math) required to produce natural catastrophic earth change I worked out
and published the bending moments required to flex the earth's crust and
produce the change. If you wish to review my book go to www.google.com and
type in the title, The Gods, Gemini, and the Great Pyramid

The magnitude of the moments (in tension and compression) are
1.22516E28 foot pounds ... or 122 billion trillion foot pounds.

The equation for the moments (reference Appendix 1) is ..

Moment (M) =F(ZC)F(ATA(TB))

Where: M = Bending Moment
F = Gravitational Force on Centroid.
Z = Distance to Centroid from Ecliptic
C = Increments of 100 miles, (0, 100, 200, 300, etc.)
AT = Total reactive Area above the Ecliptic. (The value is the same for
identical circumstances below the Ecliptic.)
A(TB) = Reactive surface in compression above the Ecliptic, less the
reactive surface below the Area excluded by "C" for each increment of "C".

So let's see what you have to offer!

JimB
• ... From: Jim Bowles To: Moment (M) =F(Z-C)-F(AT-A(T-B)) Where: M = Bending Moment F =
Message 2 of 2 , Nov 1, 2001
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From: Jim Bowles <jimbow1@...>
To: <AncientBibleHistory@yahoogroups.com>

Moment (M) =F(Z-C)-F(AT-A(T-B))

Where: M = Bending Moment
F = Gravitational Force on Centroid.
Z = Distance to Centroid from Ecliptic
C = Increments of 100 miles, (0, 100, 200, 300, etc.)
AT = Total reactive Area above the Ecliptic. (The value is the same for
identical circumstances below the Ecliptic.)
A(T-B) = Reactive surface in compression above the Ecliptic, less the
reactive surface below the Area excluded by "C" for each increment of "C".
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Well, I guess that settles it folks......the world was turned upside down,
because JimB just proved it.