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Thread: Aliens teach man super advanced math equations - a must see

  1. #1 Aliens teach man super advanced math equations - a must see 
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    So i've just discovered this man who apparently has had a series of alien abduction cases where during sleep and under hypnosis he would write math that only the top mathematicians can make sense of.
    Now here is my question - If anyone here or if you know anyone with enough understanding of the math described on the website to make sense of whether or not its true. I would like you to see if it really is legit mathematics and if so, it implies that real aliens have taught him subconcisouly math equations to do with space travel propulsion and more. If you also study physics could you please explain what the math is talking about for us amateurs. Thanks!

    Page showing the equations - Stan Romanek - Equations

    Youtube video where he talks about his encounters - The Stan Romanek Story - Messages - Full UFO Contact Documentary - YouTube

    The reality of this is so alarming that if true, it is evidence that we are not alone in the universe and that there really is a government cover up.


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    Did you know, the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?


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    Listen, i don't believe it yet. But it's fascinating. Which is why the links are there for all to see. If anyone can confirm the math, then that will speak for itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Did you know, the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?
    Strange is right because I checked and couldn't find it.

    If anybody understands the equations really means very little in this case.
    Lots of people with dyslexia are quite good with maths. He could also be copying something he has been reading in an advanced math text.

    There are too many ways to conduct a hoax to give his story credit for not being one.

    Edit. It seems Strange and I thought of the book copying at the same time.
    That same thought happening that quickly should tell us how obvious of an answer it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
    Listen, i don't believe it yet. But it's fascinating. Which is why the links are there for all to see. If anyone can confirm the math, then that will speak for itself.
    If it speaks to me it says, "copied from a book". People can do extraordinarily complex things while asleep (getting into a car and going shopping, for example). Maybe in his sleep he looked up random stuff on the Internet and wrote it down. Maybe he has a bizarre memory and wrote down equations he saw in the background on The Big Bang. Maybe his wife planted he equations to get him committed. Maybe he is lying. Any of these are more plausible than "Aliens!!1!"
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    No thats not possible because the equations can't be found in any book. Which is what scientists are so impressed with -World Renowned Physicists Validate The Romanek Equations - YouTube
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    So you choose to believe in ET writing mathematics in the algebraic notation humans use (inside of some sleeping dudes brain) instead of a more natural explanation?
    OK.

    I don't know where the equations are from. They might be the ramblings of a dreaming mind, but if they were really alien advanced why should earthlings be able to understand them at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
    No thats not possible because the equations can't be found in any book. Which is what scientists are so impressed with -World Renowned Physicists Validate The Romanek Equations - YouTube
    Sorry, you'll need something more convincing than a video (which I haven't watched - and I won't - for obvious reasons).
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    Perhaps you could find a reference to the scientific journal where the scientist describes these previously unknown equations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
    "Also included in the equation is a depiction of our solar system represented by ten dots and a circle representing the Sun. It wouldn't be until years later that scientists would discover a tenth planet in our solar system and name it, "Xenia" At that time it was relevant, but sadly things have recently changed and not even Pluto is considered planet anymore."
    If they included Pluto, then why did they ignore Makemake, Haumea and Eris?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Perhaps you could find a reference to the scientific journal where the scientist describes these previously unknown equations.
    Here u go! Enjoy
    http://www.synchronizeduniverse.com/...0ANALYSIS3.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
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    Perhaps you could find a reference to the scientific journal where the scientist describes these previously unknown equations.
    Here u go! Enjoy
    http://www.synchronizeduniverse.com/...0ANALYSIS3.pdf
    I didn't ask for a crank paper by a crank published on a crank website (using crank fonts and crank colours).

    Perhaps you could find a reference to a scientific journal where real scientists describe these previously unknown equations.
    Last edited by Strange; February 25th, 2014 at 09:51 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
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    Perhaps you could find a reference to the scientific journal where the scientist describes these previously unknown equations.
    Here u go! Enjoy
    http://www.synchronizeduniverse.com/STAN ANALYSIS3.pdf
    It is to Dr. Claude Swanson author of The Synchronized Universe.
    Knee deep in woo here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
    Which is what scientists are so impressed with -World Renowned Physicists Validate The Romanek Equations - YouTube
    Ooh, let's break that down a bit.
    1) Jack Kasher is NOT "world-renowned". In fact he's relatively obscure and any "fame" he might have is due to something other than his physics (see later).
    2) There's only ONE physicist (regardless of renown) in that video.
    3) The equations are NOT validated in that video: the best that's given is "they certainly mean something 1" and "I couldn't have written them".

    Kasher's fame - if he has any at all - is due to the fact he's a (relatively) well-known UFO nut.
    In other words he has a personal agenda.

    1 Oh right. That's anything from "They're the secret of the universe" right down to "This guy is a raving lunatic".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    I didn't ask for a crank paper by a crank published on a crank website (suing crank fonts and crank colours).

    Perhaps you could find a reference to a scientific journal where real scientists describe these previously unknown equations.
    Lol yeah well all i could find was a scientist by the name of Jack Kasher who studied the papers. Maybe if you research him there'll be a journal where he wrote about this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
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    Perhaps you could find a reference to the scientific journal where the scientist describes these previously unknown equations.
    Here u go! Enjoy
    http://www.synchronizeduniverse.com/STAN ANALYSIS3.pdf
    I didn't ask for a crank paper by a crank published on a crank website (suing crank fonts and crank colours).

    Perhaps you could find a reference to a scientific journal where real scientists describe these previously unknown equations.
    Spot-on! This had me laughing, especially the bit about crank fonts and colours, as I'd just checked the site myself and come to EXACTLY that conclusion.

    What the hell is this thread doing in Maths?
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    Wiki extract for Stan “In 2009 in an interview on ABC Primetime, Romanek said he had physical evidence of his abduction experiences in the way of an alien implant in his leg. When a medical test for the implant was requested, Romanek claimed it had disappeared.“

    So in the words of Del Boy:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueyedlion View Post
    I would like you to see if it really is legit mathematics and if so, it implies that real aliens have taught him subconcisouly math equations to do with space travel propulsion and more.
    I wonder why you're so eager to dismiss the glaringly obvious REAL explanation.
    If this really is legitimate mathematics it proves, conclusively, that there's a secret race of unusually smart squirrels who, obviously in league with the penguins 1, like to perform experiments by whispering esoteric equations in random peoples' ears and then do an analysis of how fast that news spreads via the internet.
    This is then fed back into their giant war computer in order ascertain how quickly they have to assimilate various territories before the news gets out and any resistance is mounted.

    This is so f*cking OBVIOUS that anyone who denies it must ALREADY have been co-opted.

    1 Because it could only be penguins that dug the secret interlocking tunnels that lace the entire Earth 2.
    2 I mean, if there aren't any secret tunnels then how do they get around so fast? Can't answer that, eh? Which proves I'm right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapples View Post
    Wiki extract for Stan “In 2009 in an interview on ABC Primetime, Romanek said he had physical evidence of his abduction experiences in the way of an alien implant in his leg. When a medical test for the implant was requested, Romanek claimed it had disappeared.“
    Or...
    "In May of 2008 during an interview of Romanek on Coast To Coast AM radio, host George Noory suggested that Romanek take a lie detector test over the authenticity of the Boo Video. Romanek agreed to this test. When it was conducted later that year, Romanek failed on the question "Is the Boo tape a hoax?" Romanek then claimed he has medical conditions that prevent a lie detector test from working on him."

    And, in addition to that, he's been arrested for kiddie porn.
    Lying would be the least of his crimes.
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    There are two of them, spamming in tandem.

    Hopefully they'll be banned and the posts purged from the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daecon View Post
    There are two of them, spamming in tandem.

    Hopefully they'll be banned and the posts purged from the forum.
    I've reported both and hope it happens soon. I also told one of them I had an "unbeatable deal" lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan hunter View Post
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    Did you know, the word "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?
    Strange is right because I checked and couldn't find it.
    What is even stranger is that is was in mine.
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