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by James Strom
Thu Aug 08, 2013 4:17 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Days of the week
Replies: 4
Views: 3047

Re: Days of the week

Following this line of reasoning we can assign and name days of the week on other planets and moons. I would name the days after a shortened version of their genitives followed by 'day'. Here are the genitives of many of the major bodies of the Solar System and the resultant names: Solar Mercurial V...
by James Strom
Tue Aug 06, 2013 6:18 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Crater numbers
Replies: 4
Views: 2717

Re: Crater numbers

The Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature was my source. They order them alphabetically, however, which, to me, is useless. So, as you can imagine, it took a little while to do this.
by James Strom
Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:40 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Crater numbers
Replies: 4
Views: 2717

Re: Crater numbers

Craters of Jupiter I. Io 1. Masubi 509.1 -50.29 302.7 AS - Japan 1979 2. Prometheus 438.79 -1.52 206.06 EU - Greek 1979 3. Volund 427.26 29.33 188.25 EU - Germany 1979 4. Amirani 415.23 25.02 244.82 AS - Georgia 1979 5. Marduk 370.15 -29.64 150.1 AS - Akkadian 1979 6. Maui 109.89 19.69 237.72 OC - H...
by James Strom
Sat Jun 29, 2013 4:20 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Crater numbers
Replies: 4
Views: 2717

Re: Crater numbers

Craters of Luna 1. Bailly 300.56 -66.82 -68.9 EU - France 1935 2. Clavius 230.77 -58.62 -14.73 EU - Germany 1935 3. Schickard 212.18 -44.38 -55.11 EU - Germany 1935 4. Janssen 200.65 -44.96 40.82 EU - France 1935 5. Humboldt 199.46 -27.02 80.96 EU - Germany 1935 6. Petavius 184.06 -25.39 60.78 EU - ...
by James Strom
Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:29 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Crater numbers
Replies: 4
Views: 2717

Crater numbers

Just about everything in astronomy is assigned a number, from nebula to the asteroids. However, geological features on the planets and moons seem to be an exception. This makes life tough for numerologists. So I came up with a simple procedure. Simply give the first numbers to the first ones named. ...
by James Strom
Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:24 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Days of the week
Replies: 4
Views: 3047

Re: Days of the week

Here's an explanation of why the days of the week are called what they're called: Sunday=Sun Monday=Moon Tuesday=Tyr=Mars Wednesday=Woden=Mercury Thursday=Thor=Jupiter Friday=Freya=Venus Saturday=Saturn That is how and why I converted this: Uranus Mars Neptune Mercury Jupiter Venus Saturn to that: U...
by James Strom
Fri Apr 05, 2013 8:34 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: Days of the week
Replies: 4
Views: 3047

Days of the week

I've lately been interested in time and calendars on other planets. This guy names the Martian months after the signs of the zodiac in both the Western tradition and Sanskrit. http://pweb.jps.net/~tgangale/mars/converter/calendar_clock.htm Trying to come up with a general formula for naming the days...
by James Strom
Fri Feb 15, 2013 7:52 am
Forum: Mersenne's Microcosm
Topic: Mersenne's Miscelleny
Replies: 52
Views: 14960

Re: Mersenne's Miscelleny

Non sequitor; your "therefore" does not follow. The tautology is a truth (that's what a tautology is, so to say it's a truth is also a tautology). It does follow if a tautology isn't acceptable. And it wouldn't be if... My challenge to you is to come up with a definition of 'infinity' that doesn't ...
by James Strom
Fri Feb 08, 2013 8:11 am
Forum: Mersenne's Microcosm
Topic: Mersenne's Miscelleny
Replies: 52
Views: 14960

Re: Mersenne's Miscelleny

Thanks for the info on quotes. Very helpful. I'm sorry if you think I'm disregarding your earlier replies. I'm trying to be thorough by covering every base. If, for instance, you say that infinity is not 1/0 I will still assume that you think it is a possibility because a later remark seems to indic...
by James Strom
Fri Feb 08, 2013 5:45 am
Forum: Recent Ideas In the Ancient Arts
Topic: New Medical Astrology
Replies: 6
Views: 3524

Re: New Medical Astrology

From the admin: Darn it, I did it again! Meant ‘Mars’ (as co-ruler of Scorp) for ‘testis’. I do like the way you are headed with regard to this particular view, and as I said before, just because I ‘feel’ differently about this, surely doesn’t mean that my view is correct. Clearly I’m viewing it fro...