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PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« on: October 16, 2013, 04:51:49 am »
The working area of a drawing board to make a fine detailed print of the Linguistic Analysis Primer is at least 5 meters in width and 3 meters in height.  This requires photographing the image with a large format camera in multiple exposures to connect the images when completed. Is this technical theory for the reproduction of graphic arts true?  Therefore the image must be viewed from above like the Nasca lines.

Source: http://www.realityuncovered.net/ufology/articles/memewars.php

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100% zoom on Photoshop in order to make the images clear, the creator must have been working on a surface at least fifteen feet x 10 feet, with a big process camera suspended over the entire area! Yet another remarkable thing is that in all fairness, not many folk at all are going to the trouble to copy, crop, and zoom to see just a small part of the plan, circuit, or whatever it is. This means of course that the diagram cannot be seen in detail as a whole! (reminder of Nasca lines, corn circles?)
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Re: PACL - Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2013, 04:41:09 pm »
The working area of a drawing board to make a fine detailed print of the Linguistic Analysis Primer is at least 5 meters in width and 3 meters in height.  This requires photographing the image with a large format camera in multiple exposures to connect the images when completed. Is this technical theory for the reproduction of graphic arts true?

I do not think that is necessary to have such a large drawing board. The LAP diagram was apparently transcribed from an "object", most likely the size of the panels on the side of the "Ty" images. I estimate that this object is only about 4 feet in length:



If that object was transcribed to a computer CAD system (available in the 1980s), then there would be no such drawing board. The only extra tools required would be a magnifier and caliper to gather the dimensions from the object.

The printed pages could be drawn using a vector based plotter (common in the 1980s) with usually a maximum of 3 feet width and virtually unlimited length. These 3' wide plots could have been photographically reduced to the pages depicted by "Isaac" (8.5x11").

I think that the estimation of a 15' x 9' drawing table are exaggerated.

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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2013, 05:05:07 am »
I notice the overlay of the Linguistic Analysis Primer closely resembles the constellation of Orion. The overlay of the image does not overlay precisely. Perhaps this is due to gravitational lensing from the perspective of the viewer? Or it could be related to space-time warping technology.  If a space station structure were built - for example a stargate or wormhole - perhaps this explains why the schematic is not similar to the constellation of Orion from the perspective from Earth.



Source of star map from Sky Telescope
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Orion_IAU.svg





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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2013, 06:26:59 am »
My recollection of the story from Isaac, as quoted in a letter published on LMH's Earthfiles website,  was that the diagram that was illustrated in the "primer" was from the interior of a crewed UFO. That diagram was photographed several times with a large format photogrammetric camera that took calibrated images from which they then calculated true 3D relationships and projections to spread into a unified image. It sounded to me like they were able to use this diagram to study it's effect on the substrate materials that made up the body of the UFO and the drone. I think that they were only partly able to do this while Isaac worked at CARET and were working long term to back engineer the technology. I should purchase a subscription to Earthfiles to check this out as this information was beyond what Isaac had posted to the public site.

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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2013, 12:53:28 pm »
I should purchase a subscription to Earthfiles to check this out as this information was beyond what Isaac had posted to the public site.
Was there more than this?:
  http://droneteam.com/history/isaac/


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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #5 on: October 24, 2013, 01:52:42 am »
I should purchase a subscription to Earthfiles to check this out as this information was beyond what Isaac had posted to the public site.
Was there more than this?:
  http://droneteam.com/history/isaac/
Yes, as I recall it, the history as you have published it in this link, is the sum of all of Isaac's public communication, ending with the June 27, 2007 emails. From what I recall, Linda on C2C hinted as to limited contact with Isaac for setting up one of the monthly shows but contact had dropped out before that show and if she has had any contact with him since she has said nothing about it. Linda seems to be a cautious journalist and has limited exposing anything beyond what had already been published.
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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #6 on: October 25, 2013, 11:25:57 pm »
My recollection of the story from Isaac, as quoted in a letter published on LMH's Earthfiles website,  was that the diagram that was illustrated in the "primer" was from the interior of a crewed UFO. That diagram was photographed several times with a large format photogrammetric camera that took calibrated images from which they then calculated true 3D relationships and projections to spread into a unified image. It sounded to me like they were able to use this diagram to study it's effect on the substrate materials that made up the body of the UFO and the drone. I think that they were only partly able to do this while Isaac worked at CARET and were working long term to back engineer the technology. I should purchase a subscription to Earthfiles to check this out as this information was beyond what Isaac had posted to the public site.

majicbar:

Your memory is correct as far as I remember.   Secondly, I know of no other contact that Linda had with Isaac after he failed to call the live C2C show and speak publicly.

As far as I know, Isaac has never been heard from since.

Isaac revealed more about extraterrestrials and their crafts than any previous person in history.  Plus,  he also provided some of the most detailed up-close photos ever seen of space alien machines.
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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #7 on: October 26, 2013, 04:30:36 pm »
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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #8 on: October 26, 2013, 05:16:57 pm »
@majicbar

Video perspective of the constellation Orion in 3D
http://youtu.be/lD-5ZOipE48?t=20s


That diagram was photographed several times with a large format photogrammetric camera that took calibrated images from which they then calculated true 3D relationships and projections to spread into a unified image.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_potential_habitable_exoplanets

Habitable zone confirmed exoplanets

Kepler-62f         lyra
Kepler-62e        lyra
Kepler-61b        cygnus
Kepler-22b        cygnus

Gliese 667 Cf   scorpius
Gliese 667 Ce  scorpius
Gliese 667 Cc  scorpius
Gliese 581 d    libra
Gliese 163 c    dorado

KOI-1686.01   

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-62e
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliese_667_Cc
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-61b
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliese_667_Cf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-22b
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliese_163_c
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-62f
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliese_667_Ce
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gliese_581_d
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KOI-1686.01



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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #9 on: October 27, 2013, 03:25:03 am »
majicbar

If this is for substrate material then in addition the design may also represent a starmap. This is the most efficient way to integrate a written message with electronic components in one manufacturing process.

Keep in mind the recording of music on an vinyl record to be played on a single audio track can also play a secondary signal when played backwards.

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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #10 on: October 30, 2013, 02:14:30 am »
My recollection of the story from Isaac, as quoted in a letter published on LMH's Earthfiles website,  was that the diagram that was illustrated in the "primer" was from the interior of a crewed UFO.
Crewed UFO?  I have to admit, I don't recall that.  Do you have a link or a quote?

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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #11 on: November 03, 2013, 03:14:22 am »
"We had a team of technical artists painstakingly copy the diagram from its original source, which was a slightly curved panel not unlike the one seen in the Big Basin craft, although this one was apparently inside the craft, not on the outside."

This is found in the first letter to Linda Moulton Howe from Isaac. From this one is forced to conclude that there was a larger craft that used the same coding. If it were big enough for our guys to get in and copy the diagram, the implications are that it was crewed.

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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #12 on: November 04, 2013, 08:52:01 pm »
Perhaps the Primer schematic uses electronic conductive ink similar to the technology made by Bare Conductive.  The invention was developed by postgraduate students from Innovation Design Engineering Course at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London.

The electric Paint has a surface resistivity of approximately 55 ohms/square at 50 microns layer thickness.
http://www.bareconductive.com/file/2013-technicaldatasheet-bareconductivepaint-pdf



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Bare Conductive Ltd. was founded by four postgraduate students from the Innovation Design Engineering Course at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London. The Company received an Honorable Mention at the Prix ARS Electronica in 2010, and won the Technology Strategy Board's 2011 Disruptive Solutions competition. At Bare, the team is passionate about working alongside makers, hobbyists, artists, geeks, and engineers to develop innovative applications for Bare Paint. - http://www.bareconductive.com/about

YouTube adafruit - "Bare Conductive paint" - Adafruit Industries
Published on Mar 27, 2013
http://youtu.be/GoE6riI1Ilo


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Re: PACL Linguistic Analysis Primer
« Reply #13 on: November 04, 2013, 10:25:39 pm »
As long as we are speculating, I imagine that the language is printed in a superconducting and calculating analog of the substrate material, communication could be both longitudinal along the design and vertical into the substrate that it is printed on. If it is as Isaac said it is like magic and it would be an engineering miracle compared to how we operate.