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Hi Saul,
I was just doing a 10 year retrospective of astronomical postings,
when I came across this one.
It is a forgotten prelude to my Outlandish Astronomical Tables of All
Planets and Pluto.
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You will remember that I said it was a real-time scientific
investigation for the duration of
the thread, which was 42 days long.
Then I posted a copy of my Outlandish Particle Periodic Table Update
VIII. (Ed.)
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This was a part-time scientific investigation that took 42 years and
is ongoing.
It makes you think.
Thank you,
Tony Lance
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Big Bertha Thing Christmas

The Twelve Days of Christmas (see below)

From a Charles Dickens Birthday Book
The Langham Birthday Books
Leopold B Hill, Langham Place, W. London.
Compiled by B.W.Matz
Printed in Great Britain by The Woodbridge Press Ltd.,
Guildford.
Purchased for Christmas in 1921

Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year to Mods and CP Conf.

(C) Copyright Tony Lance 1997
To comply with my copyright please distribute complete
and free of charge.

The Twelve Days of Christmas

December 18th
May the green holly-tree flourish, striking its roots
deep into our English ground, and having its germinating
qualities carried by the birds of Heaven all over the world!
The Holly Tree

December 19th
Seasonable tokens are about.... Lavish profusion in the
shops; particularly in the articles of currants, raisins,
spices, candied peel, and miost sugar.
Edwin Drood

December 20th
Christmas was close at hand, in all his bluff and hearty
honesty; it was the season of hospitality, merriment, and
open heartedness.
The Pickwick Papers

December 21st
And numerous indeed are the hearts to which Christmas
brings a brief season of happiness and enjoyment.... How
many old recollections, and how many dormant sympathies, does
Christmas time awaken.
The Pickwick Papers

December 22nd
It is good to be children sometimes, and never better
than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself.
A Christmas Carol

December 23rd
Christmas time! That man must be a misanthrope indeed
in whose breast something like a jovial feeling is not
roused-, in whose mind some pleasant associations are not
awakened- by the reccurence of Christmas.
Sketches by Boz

December 24th
I will honour Christmas in my heart, and try to keep
it all the year. I will live in the Past, the Present and
the Future. The Spirits of all Three shall strive within
me. I will not shut out the lessons that they teach.
A Christmas Carol

December 25th
A Christmas family party! We know nothing in nature more
delightful! There seems a magic in the very name of
Christmas.... Would that Christmas lasted the whole year
through!
Sketches by Boz

December 26th
Let the benignant figure of my childhood stand unchanged!
In every cheerful image and suggestion that the season brings,
may the bright star that rested above the poor roof, be the
star of all the Christian world.
A Christmas Tree

December 27th
Another Christmas come, another year gone!... More figures
in the lengthening sum of recollection that we work and work
at to our torment, till death idly jumbles all together, and
rules all out.
The Haunted Man

December 28th
The windows of the house of Memory and the windows of
the house of Mercy are not so easily closed as windows of
glass and wood. They fly open unexpectedly; they rattle in
the night.
Somebody's Luggage

December 29th
Who seeks to turn him (Time) back, or stay him on his course,
arrests a mighty engine, which will strike the meddler dead,
and be the fiercer and the wilder, ever, for its momentary
check!
The Chimes


The four computer Star Globes:-
I Mysky Interactive Planetarium and solar system BC [Only registered users see links. ]
(Julian days)
II Encyclopedia of Space and the Universe PC CD-ROM (Duration of
event)
by Dorling Kindersley 2007 (Free from Dail Mail)
III [Only registered users see links. ]
(solar system view of event AD)
IV Free Download Stellarium Home Planetarium [Only registered users see links. ]
(39MB EXE file)
Beta Test version without liability, sometimes needs three
exits:-
i Software - Quit
ii Computer - CTRL ALT DEL (Hold two down and press the other.)
iii Electricity - Switch off at wall. (Been there, done that, used all
three! Dec. 2008)

Stellarium Beta Test Version personal crib sheet (Update I)

Year change - use copy and paste. (CTRL C, CTRL V)
Month and Day change - use configuration, save options and quit. <F2>
Fourth exit - enable Task Manager, in Windows XP.
Use Window, instead of full screen. <F11>
2450 BC has to use -2449.
Two sites used in Outlandish Astronomical Tables <F6>
(Beijing, China and London, United Kingdom)
Picture Album of 23 All Planet Events and Pluto. (See two link below)
Quit after every event.

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(stills and cribsheet)
[Only registered users see links. ] (the movie)

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Old 02-05-2009, 04:39 PM
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Hi there,
Taking the 2065 AD event as my staring point, I went looking for a
Ring Cycle of Uranus and
and found the one below. It gives all the planets and Pluto, with the
exception of Uranus,
which is darkside of Earth. (2065 AD see NB I) 12:45 on November 22,
2065

The three computer Star Globes:-
I Mysky Interactive Planetarium and solar system BC [Only registered users see links. ]
(Julian days)
II Encyclopedia of Space and the Universe PC CD-ROM (Duration of
event)
by Dorling Kindersley 2007 (Free from Dail Mail)
III [Only registered users see links. ]
(solar system view of event AD)

Viewed from London looking south. (Daylight events) All Planets and
Pluto.
Move forward a day at a time,
with occassional one hour reductions for view.

At 13:27 on 11th January 2517 AD Until 10:15 on 9th March 2517 AD
At 14:44 on 30th December 2518 AD Until 8:18 on 7th May 2519 AD
At 12:59 on 1st February 2521 AD Until 9:18 on 6th May 2521 AD

At 12:01 on 21st February 2020 AD Until 11:00 on 1st April 2020 AD
At 13:22 on 7th February 2022 AD Until 7:58 on 22nd May 2022 AD

At 12:49 on 17th February 1522 AD Until 9:19 on 16th April 1522 AD

... At 14:07 on 7th December 52 AD Until 8:29 on 7th March 53 AD

At 11:45 on 30th October 23 BC (-22) Until 8:19 on 13th January 22 BC

At 13:19 on 20th October 523 BC (-522) Until 9:56 on 13th December 523
BC

... At 15:49 on 15th July 2490 BC (-2489) Until 10:46 on 15th October
2490 BC
... At 15:02 on 21st July 2492 BC (-2491) Until 9:01 on 31st October
2492 BC


Ring Cycles of Uranus

Viewed from London looking south. (Daylight events) All Planets and
Pluto, bar Uranus.
The perspective from Uranus, darkside of Earth, still shows all
planets and
Earth events. Move forward a day at a time,
with occassional one hour reductions for view.

At 16:01 on 22nd February 2559 AD Until 12:21 on 16th May 2559 AD
At 1545 on 21st February 2557 AD Until 11:16 on 30th May 2557 AD
At 14:41 on 5th March 2555 AD Until 9:56 on 7th June 2555 AD

... At 15:39 on 28th November 2516 AD Until 13:30 on 10th January 2517
AD
... At 14:26 on 21st December 2518 AD Until 14:43 on 29th december 2518
AD
... At 12:48 on 18th January 2521 AD Until 12:59 on 31st January 2521
AD

At 17:01 on 20th January 2060 AD Until 8:04 on 17th July 2060 AD
At 15:52 on 1st February 2058 AD Until 10:43 on 5th June 2058 AD
At 12:42 on 16th March 2056 AD Until 8:06 on 1st June 2056 AD

... At 13:06 on 26th December 2019 AD Until 12:02 on 20th February 2020
AD
... At 14:19 on 11th December 2021 AD Until 13:24 on 6th February 2022
AD

At 14:46 on 27th February 1562 AD Until 9:53 on 9th June 1562 AD
At 13:00 on 25th February 1560 AD Until 8:43 on 24th June 1560 AD
At 15:13 on 12th January 1558 AD Until 8:24 on 20th May 1558 AD

... At 14:33 on 5th November 1519 AD Until 8:29 on 22nd February 1520
AD
... At 12:57 on 4th December 1521 AD Until 12:52 on 16th February 1522
AD
... At 14:50 on 10th November 1523 AD Until 9:41 on 14th April 1524
AD
... At 15:12 on 28th December 1525 AD Until 10:56 on 30th March 1526
AD

At 14:00 on 4th April 1063 AD Until 10:51 on 27th May 1063 AD
At 13:38 on 6th March 1061 AD Until 8:03 on 2nd July 1061 AD

... At 14:23 on 3rd November 1013 AD Until 9:10 on 19th February
1014 AD
... At 12:45 on 26th October 1011 AD Until 8:42 on 3rd February
1012 AD
... At 15:07 on 14th September 1009 AD Until 8:18 on 17th January
1010 AD
... At 12:31 on 20th October 1007 AD Until 10:10 on 28th November
1007 AD

At 12:51 on 30th March 555 AD Until 9:31 on 6th June 555 AD
At 12:08 on 3rd February 553 AD Until 9:42 on 31st May 553 AD
At 14:26 on 15th December 551 AD Until 10:22 on 19th May 552 AD
At 13:25 on 27th December 549 AD Until 9:19 on 8th May 550 AD

... At 14:59 on 29th October 515 AD Until 9:16 on on 20th March 516
AD
... At 15:57 on 25th August 513 AD Until 11:02 on 27th January 514
AD
... At 14:11 on 17th September 511 AD Until 8:55 on 6th February 511
AD
... At 13:04 on 28th September 509 AD Until 9:37 on 9th December 509
AD

At 15:47 on 13th February 57 AD Until 9:04 14th June 57 AD
At 15:45 on 9th December 54 AD Until 11:02 on 12th May 55 AD
At 8:30 on 7th March 53 AD Until 9:41 on 29th May 53 AD
At 12:40 on 25th December 50 AD Until 6:45 on 10th May 51 AD

... At 14:49 on 28th September 16 AD Until 9:16 on 23rd March 17 AD
... At 14:58 on 25th August 14 AD Until 10:10 on 27th February 15 AD
... At 15:50 on 15th August 13 AD Until 13:05 on 7th December 13 AD
... At 15:54 on 5th August 11 AD Until 12:37 on 24th October 11 AD

At 14:05 on 19th July 23 BC (-22) Until 11:43 on 30th October 23 BC
At 13:34 on 27th June 25 BC (-24) Until 10:33 on 3rd November 25 BC
At 12:39 on 28th June 27 BC (-26) Until 8:11 on 23rd November 27 BC
At 10:52 on 30th July 29 BC (-28) Until 8:07 on 15th September 29 BC

... At 13:27 on 24th October 483 BC (-482) Until 8:16 on 1st
April 482 BC
... At 16:00 on 14th August 485 BC (-484) Until 9:04 on 14th
March 484 BC
... At 15:59 on 4th August 487 BC (-486) Until 11:10 on 15th
December 486 BC
... At 13:45 on 3rd September 489 BC (-488) Until 8:36 on 2nd
December 489 BC

At 9:54 on 14th December 523 BC (-522) Until 8:24 on 5th January 522
BC
At 15:51 on 10th May 525 BC (-524) Until 8:23 on 22nd November 525
BC
At 14:45 on 23rd May 527 BC (-526) Until 9:19 on 30th August 527
BC

... At 12:35 on 22nd December 980 BC (-979) Until 9:13 on 7th
March 979 BC
... At 14:19 on 16th November 981 BC (-980) Until 13:07 on 3rd
January 980 BC
... At 15:18 on 27th September 983 BC (-982) Until 11:38 on 22nd
January 982 BC
... At 13:13 on 1st October 985 BC (-984) Until 10:56 on 22nd
December 984 BC

At 15:35 on 26th April 1033 BC (-1032) Until 9:12 on 30th August 1033
BC

... At 14:55 on 21st November 1480 (-1479) Until 12:33 on 29th December
1480 BC
... At 14:24 on 31st October 1482 (-1481) Until 9:40 on 7th February
1481 BC

At 15:48 on 26th June 1529 BC (-1528) Until 10:39 on 16th October 1529
BC
At 14:56 on 8th May 1531 BC (-1530) Until 9:43 on 2nd October 1531
BC
At 13:06 on 2nd June 1533 BC (-1532) Until 9:23 on 7th September 1533
BC
At 14:38 on 6th May 1535 BC (-1534) Until 8:00 on 31st August 1535
BC

... At 15:27 on 19th August 1990 BC (-1989) Until 10:24 on 29th
December 1990 BC
... At 13:17 on 22nd August 1992 BC (-1991) Until 8:25 on 24th
January 1991 BC
... At 13:53 on 8th August 1994 BC (-1993) Until 8:53 on 2nd
January 1993 BC

At 14:37 on 16th May 2029 BC (-2028) Until 10:21 on 6th October
2029 BC
At 15:50 on 23rd April 2031 BC (-2030) Until 11:04 on 16th September
2031 BC
At 14:50 on 4th May 2033 BC (-2032) Until 9:16 on 5th September
2033 BC

... At 15:31 on 20th August 2488 Bc (-2487) Until 8:53 on 13th
January 2487 BC
... At 10:48 on 16th October 2490 BC (-2489) Until 11:45 on 27th
November 2490 BC
... At 9:00 on 1st November 2492 BC (-2491) Until 10:11 on 15th
December 2492 BC

At 12:46 on 21st July 2526 BC (-2525) Until 8:12 on 29th October
2526 BC
At 14:59 on 9th May 2528 BC (-2527) Until 9:08 on 9th October
2528 BC
At 15:47 on 24th April 2530 BC (-2529) Until 10:29 on 15th September
2530 BC

NB I
15 May 2000 23:27:00
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Subject: Venus And Jupiter Will Pass 42 Arcseconds Aparts On May 17
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Old 02-06-2009, 04:31 PM
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Hi Marcus,
15,000 flying bombs landed on London in 1945, World War II. (V1 and
V2)
15,000 flying bombs then landed on Antwerp in 1945.
15,000 postings, cross posted to sci.chem and three other newsgroups,
had the subject line Jeehad needs scientists.
The blow by blow of what happened, when I pointed Big Bertha Thing and
pulled the trigger, is contained on swnet.sci.astro, instead of
sci.chem
I have been the primary user of swnet.sci.astro since 1998.
Would you honestly want me somewhere else?
Everyone should have a home.
Thank you,
Tony Lance
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From: Tony Lance <[Only registered users see links. ].uk>
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,sci.space.policy
Subject: Big Bertha Thing redoubt
Date: Sun, 01 Apr 2007 18:28:32 +0100

Big Bertha Thing memoriam

Tony died raising his best friends family,
His wife needed two helpers, his poor heart and him.
Carer, postman, welder and domino player.
RAF aircraft fitter at Battle of Britain and El Alamain.
Outboxed a voortrecker at middleweight.
Raised trade union branch president and
National officer of voluntary .org
Taught me to keep the faith,
Mend my bicycle and trigonometry.
His story is ended, but not yet finished.

NB (2008)
'The Air Force have been magnificent all through.
We should never have got through the wadis except for their help.
They laid what Tedder calls a carpet for us; all day,
over and over again they came down to ground level ahead of us,
shooting up everything they saw resisting the advance,
and bombing all the anti-tank positions. It was magnificent,
but it was very costly to them because the Germans have plenty of
light flak.
Over and over again in the last few days
we have found crashed Hurricanes and Kittihawks in our advance,
scores of them, some with the body of the pilot still in the seat.
The Germans are resisting desperately;
if we get through to Tunis it will be because
of what these Air Force boys are doing to prepare the ground ahead of
us
and their self-sacrifice.'
Quote from fictional letter by Brigadier Carter-Hayes,
who had just died in Tunisia, about El Alamain.

From the book Pastoral by Nevil Shute
Published by Heinemann in 1944

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From: Tony Lance <[Only registered users see links. ].uk>
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,sci.space.policy
Subject: Re: Big Bertha Thing pin-wheel
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2007 17:19:41 +0100

Big Bertha Thing uniform
Cosmic Ray Series
Possible Real World System Constructs.
[Only registered users see links. ]
Access page to 714K ZIP file
Astrophysics net ring Access site
Newsgroup Reviews including alt.support.attn-deficit

Animated wire-frame Polyhedron display,
complete with duals and double precision
angles to the polygons. Also technical
program description and 75 pictures.

Just one thing, thats still outstanding.
This is a collection of PostScript files from
the Computing Science Technical Report series
of organization 1127 of AT&T Bell Laboratories
report Comp. Sci. Tech. Rep. No. 130
author Andrew Hume
title Exact Descriptions of Regular
and Semi-Regular Polyhedra and Their Duals
date November 1986
tm TM 11276-861022-09
type techreport

Just two programs ready to run.
1. kaleido.exe (MSDOS) 86KB (see Zip)
2. schwarz.exe (MSDOS) 27KB (see Zip)

Just one description of two programs,
that do just one thing, better than the next best thing.
uniform.pdf (Adobe) 676KB (see Zip)


NB (2008)
A computer program, called kaleido (cf. [Ha]) and
publicly available at [Only registered users see links. ],
has been developed to compute the data of a uniform
polyhedron (and its dual)...

Kaleido is also capable of computing the vertex and
face coordinates and displaying a rotating wire-frame
image of each polyhedron.

Two quotes from following attribution:-
Uniform Solution for Uniform Polyhedra*
Zvi Har’El
Department of Mathematics
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Haifa 32000, Israel
E-Mail: [Only registered users see links. ]

* In memoriam of my father, Gershon Har’El, who introduced me to
spatial structures.
Geometriae Dedicata 47: 57-110, 1993.


From: Tony Lance <[Only registered users see links. ].uk>
Newsgroups: swnet.sci.astro,sci.space.policy
Subject: Re: Big Bertha Thing Extract
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 15:16:54 +0100

Big Bertha Thing francis

To my brother-in-law Francis (RIP),
who I once called "as daft as a brush."
To his everlasting credit,
he replied "I know."

The greatest compliment,
my wife ever paid me,
was to say, that I did not hold a grudge.
Net surfers do not hold grudges,
but they are a bit short on victim support,
whichever side the victim comes from.

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