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  • aletheiak
    wild speculations of 3 years ago now totally confirmed http://soderkoping.org.ua/page42927.html
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 9, 2013
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      wild speculations of 3 years ago now totally confirmed
      http://soderkoping.org.ua/page42927.html

      --- In boundarypointpoint@yahoogroups.com, "aletheiak" <aletheiak@...> wrote:
      >
      > another thing to consider
      >
      > the soviet topos only suggest but dont actually depict
      > nor could they at their scale
      > the exact relationship between the 1123 markers & the prolongation into the bug river of the oblique alignment of the south wall of the canal
      >
      > but when these markers were first installed in the late 1940s
      > the canal must still have been a distinctive landmark & junction at that time
      > so the relationship between the markers & canal wall might well have been precise & deliberate
      > rather than a purely coincidental near miss a short but irrelevant distance below the canal mouth
      >
      > & this relationship seems all the more plausible if you consider that the 1122 & 1124 marker pairs are quite far away & possibly also deliberately placed in distinctive locations
      > insofar as they are both at sharp bends of the river
      >
      > & moreover
      > if the markers were deliberately placed in this way
      > & their original purpose did thus include marking the intersoviet external tripoint
      > it would not in fact be so strange an occurrence
      >
      > for they would not be the only pair of soviet flagposts in the world still standing as witnesses to a postsoviet tripoint
      >
      >
      > so
      > my onsite investigation would include
      > not only finding & prolonging the canal wall alignment to the center of the river
      > as previously mentioned
      > but also locating & aligning both 1123 markers to see where the line between them would cross the center line of the river also
      > & then
      > finally
      > comparing both of these center points to see whether they are not
      > or could not have been at the time
      > the identical point of a deliberate tripoint intersection demarcation
      >
      > in fact
      > until it is disproved that is my best guess at the truth
      >
      > the 1123s not as a near miss but right on target
      >
      > --- In boundarypointpoint@yahoogroups.com, aletheia kallos <aletheiak@> wrote:
      > >
      > > for the enlargeable original photo assemblage
      > > http://geosite.jankrogh.com/borders/byplua/index.htm
      > > plus a good collection of topos etc
      > > http://geosite.jankrogh.com/borders/byplua/byplua_maps.htm
      > >
      > > my own guess is that the intersoviet byua boundary officially reached &
      > > followed the south wall of the old canal
      > > per se
      > > right up to the bug river
      > > & that the plsu markers 1123 were close to the canal on its north side
      > > & thus that the true tripoint might be a bit farther north than indicated
      > >
      > > i sure would like to see if any traces of the old canal abutments can be
      > > found tho
      > >
      > > that would pretty much seal the deal for me
      > > as i would also be willing to guess center line rather than thalweg for both
      > > bypl & plua
      > > since the bug isnt considered navigable above brest
      > >
      > > but in the meantime
      > > assuming markers 1123 were correctly identified
      > > then there is no doubt the tripoint is somewhere within the frame here
      > > & very possibly very well centered indeed
      > >
      >
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