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    Enigmas:

    1} Universe aka Uni-V-erse or God or " U " niverse or " G "od,

    2} intelligent, biological { * .. * } life in Universe, only on Earth,

    3} 3.113 { Pi-approximate } * 66.4{ Pi-Time } = 206.7032 approximate electron-muon mass,

    --- above ^ see LINK v below---

    4} 0.0077 { Pi-Reduction } * 66.4 { Pi-TIme = 0.511 28 approximate electron mass,  --- James Bond's licensed number to kill---

    5} 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377 aka Fibonacci sequence as related to Phi value, we find, same double digit operators --ex, 88, 44, 11 beginning with #non-counting #0 through #9-- in Phi value, before we get to first triplet sequence  555, however, we find no same digit doubles of 55 sequence, and if we count the number of single digits #5's, there is 55, #5's, before we get to the triplet 555, --see LINK--  

    6} Pi^3 { XYZ } = 31.00 62 7 66...............
    ..............31 left and right great planes of 5-fold icosa{20}hedron, --as derived from left or right, in-folding transformation of the 4-fold cubo{6}-octa{8}hedron's, diametric opposite, triangular  surface openings axis --see  LINK--
    ...............31 left and right spinal nerves,
    ................31 + 31 = 62 -- 31.00 62 7 66...--

    7} #7 as heptagon is only polygon --at least till we get to beyond the decagon-- that has irrational internal angles--,
    ........7 sets of primary axis spin planes of Universe's 5-fold { icosahedron } 3,  6, 15, and, 4-folds{ cubo-octahedron } 3, 4, 6 and 12 and this latter set contains the 3-fold and 2-fold  },
    ........Pi^3{ XYZ } = 31.00 62 7 66...i.e #7 falls in overall 7th position/place,
    ........Pi^4th{ 4D } /4 { re-normalization to 3D process }  = 24.35 22 7 27....i.e. #7 again falls in 7th position/place,

    8} 4-fold cubo-octahedron --as jitterbug--- transformation into 8 or more exotic spatial configurations that, not only include a Euclidean version of the EMRadiaitons double sine-wave set, but also,
    ............a parallel wave plane of four triangles --actual double bonded set of 4 ergo actually 8--  that is eerily similar to cetacceans planar orientation of sides arms to flukes,
    ............a perpendicular wave set that is eerily similar to all fish side fins and tail fin 90 degrees to each orientation,

    9} box { cubical } jellies 24 eyes and the cubo{6}-octa{8}hedrons,
    ....24 chords and 24 radii, via four pieces of paper construction of the cubo-octahedron ---see LINK--
    ...24 left and right surface right triangles --via subdivision of 8 surface equalateral triangles--- of cubo-octahedron { Archimedes solid },
    ....24 left and right surface right triangle --via subdivison of 6 regular surface squares--- "" "",
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    awesome
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    as this is a debate board, i feel obligated to dissent to the opening post 
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    --> @n8nrgmi
    ...feel obligated to dissent to the opening post
    I agree, that, it is very difficult to argue { debate } truth much less facts. Speculation is speculation on both sides of truth oppinions.

    Ive always been open --both debate forums--  to those who wish to make reasonable { rational, logical common sense } efforts to add to or  invalidate { detract  } from comments as stated.  There are limits to the number of repetitious non-sense from I'm willing to entertain { engage with }. 

    I see you never offered any of the above.  Ho hum. Play again?

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    ..."The new study is “an amazing contribution to the understanding” of this enigmatic site, says Anna Belfer-Cohen, an archaeology professor at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and an expert on late prehistory."....

    ......“I certainly did not expect this,” Haklay recalls. “The enclosures all have different sizes and shapes so the odds that these center points would form an equilateral triangle by chance are very low.”

    ....The finding confirms previous research by Haklay and Gopher at other sites showing that architects in the Neolithic or even in the late Paleolithic didn’t build shelters and homes haphazardly but had the ability to apply rudimentary geometric principles and create standard units of measurement."...

    The enigma of Gobeklii Tepee in Turkey's 11 - 12,000 year old prehistorical hunter gather cultural/religous site that may have recorded the a metorite or coment impact on earth"..


    ..Though not as cataclysmic as the dinosaur-killing Chicxulub impact, which carved out a 200-kilometer-wide crater in Mexico about 66 million years ago, the Hiawatha impactor, too, may have left an imprint on the planet's history. The timing is still up for debate, but some researchers on the discovery team believe the asteroid struck at a crucial moment: roughly 13,000 years ago, just as the world was thawing from the last ice age. That would mean it crashed into Earth when mammoths and other megafauna were in decline and people were spreading across North America.


    ....The impact would have been a spectacle for anyone within 500 kilometers. A white fireball four times larger and three times brighter than the sun would have streaked across the sky. If the object struck an ice sheet, it would have tunneled through to the bedrock, vaporizing water and stone alike in a flash.

    .....The news of the impact discovery has reawakened an old debate among scientists who study ancient climate. A massive impact on the ice sheet would have sent meltwater pouring into the Atlantic Ocean—potentially disrupting the conveyor belt of ocean currents and causing temperatures to plunge, especially in the Northern Hemisphere. "What would it mean for species or life at the time? It's a huge open question," says Jennifer Marlon, a paleoclimatologist at Yale University.
    A decade ago, a small group of scientists proposed a similar scenario. They were trying to explain a cooling event, more than 1000 years long, called the Younger Dryas, which began 12,800 years ago, as the last ice age was ending."...

    Cross-checking the event with computer simulations of the Solar System around that time, researchers in 2017 suggested that the carvings could describe a comet impact that occurred around 10,950 BCE - about the same time a mini ice age started that changed civilisation forever.

    This mini ice age, known as the Younger Dryas, lasted around 1,000 years, and it's considered a crucial period for humanity because it was around that time agriculture and the first Neolithic civilisations arose - potentially in response to the new colder climates. The period has also been linked to the extinction of the woolly mammoth.
    But although the Younger Dryas has been thoroughly studied, it's not clear exactly what triggered the period. A comet strike is one of the leading hypotheses, but scientists haven't been able to find physical proof of comets from around that time.
    The team from the University of Edinburgh in the UK say these carvings, found in what's believed to be the world's oldest known temple, Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey, show further evidence that a comet triggered the Younger Dryas.

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    I feel like to understand ebuC's posts we need to unlearn how to understand other posts.