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Schist Disk: A Mysterious Piece Of Sophisticated Technology From Egypt

 
Elena.C

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Aaaaa!! See, what you got there is the worlds first aloy weel made for a chariot
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04/05/2014 07:05 AM
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Scan it.
Machine one up out of PA66.
Run it up to 20,000 rpm and see what she'll do...
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04/12/2014 03:56 PM
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The ancient Indians (from India) had aircraft (Vimanas) and they were controlled by sound.

Why could this Tri-lobed disk not be a sound generator. At a certain RPM it probably produced a melodious sound, possibly even more than one single frequency, to then be utilized to do other productive things such as softening stone, producing anti-gravity or driving a whole army crazy with ultra-sound vibes.

Think about this - I feel that this is probably the best explanation of all.
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"If the Schist Disk is in fact a wheel it would mean ancient Egyptians possessed knowledge of the wheel about 3000 BC during the time of the first dynasty! This would require Egyptologists to re-write some history books."



whatever... there has never been a body found in any of the pyramids but they're still referred to as 'tombs'

they will NEVER admit to being wrong -- it's part of the human origin AGENDA
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also, the Giza complex was built at least 10000 KYA
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04/12/2014 04:49 PM
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A sound device is quite possible i'm surprised nobody has recreated it for a test.

More outlandish maybe it's a water heater spin that up in a pool for free hot water.
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Scan it.
Machine one up out of PA66.
Run it up to 20,000 rpm and see what she'll do...
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Yes. It was evidently made to attach to a shaft, and be rotated.
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seed spreader putin
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Scan it.
Machine one up out of PA66.
Run it up to 20,000 rpm and see what she'll do...
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Yes. It was evidently made to attach to a shaft, and be rotated.
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Wouldn't it be really easy to 3D print one and test it ?
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04/12/2014 05:04 PM
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It was a rim spinner for the bro's chariot wheels..."they iz spinnin' and spinnin' and spinnin'!"

I have no clue as it predates the wheel it says.

Interesting to think about as it doesn't appear it would be very functional as a bowl or food server/plate. The center "hub" looking thing kinda leads you to believe it was attached to something...

Cool stuff...
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It was a rim spinner for the bro's chariot wheels..."they iz spinnin' and spinnin' and spinnin'!"

I have no clue as it predates the wheel it says.

Interesting to think about as it doesn't appear it would be very functional as a bowl or food server/plate. The center "hub" looking thing kinda leads you to believe it was attached to something...

Cool stuff...
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seed spreader...
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Scan it.
Machine one up out of PA66.
Run it up to 20,000 rpm and see what she'll do...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5455193


Yes. It was evidently made to attach to a shaft, and be rotated.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27736124


Wouldn't it be really easy to 3D print one and test it ?
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I suppose it would be now, what with 3D METAL printers.

Print one in titanium, and check it out for aerodyamics and implosion characteristics.
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04/12/2014 05:11 PM
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It was a rim spinner for the bro's chariot wheels..."they iz spinnin' and spinnin' and spinnin'!"

I have no clue as it predates the wheel it says.

Interesting to think about as it doesn't appear it would be very functional as a bowl or food server/plate. The center "hub" looking thing kinda leads you to believe it was attached to something...

Cool stuff...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47734323


seed spreader...
putin
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[link to cdn.shopify.com]

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My first thought is a tool / a kind of winder, used in the making of ropes etc.

My second thought is an agricultural tool.
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If I had one Id hang a garden hose on it!
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It was a rim spinner for the bro's chariot wheels..."they iz spinnin' and spinnin' and spinnin'!"

I have no clue as it predates the wheel it says.

Interesting to think about as it doesn't appear it would be very functional as a bowl or food server/plate. The center "hub" looking thing kinda leads you to believe it was attached to something...

Cool stuff...
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Oh yes for dips like blue cheese and ranch!
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04/12/2014 05:18 PM
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Re: Schist Disk: A Mysterious Piece Of Sophisticated Technology From Egypt
That thur shit disc is mighty fassinatin.
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04/12/2014 10:01 PM

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It was not used for grain threshing.
On the farm a stone device could not avoid being broken by the jostling of being dropped and banged into by animals. Not to mention the wear from sand in the grain and loose stones caught between the blades.
The schist may have derived energy from spinning in a moving fluid other than water, otherwise it would have been made of wood.
Maybe boiling honey? ( Seriously, the Egyptians could have heated honey and used it in a temple for a turbine apparatus that operated the pulleys that opened temple doors for special times of the year. Honey was sacred, and the scent may have stood in for the presence of a holy entity.) Or perhaps heated sandalwood oil, for the same reason.
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Man's early attempt to design the Frisbee.
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04/12/2014 11:03 PM
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What a nice-looking candle holder!

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Looks like a steering wheel to me. Just saying
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04/12/2014 11:46 PM
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Re: Schist Disk: A Mysterious Piece Of Sophisticated Technology From Egypt
i could make it work , nothing in it for me though , so why bother
jalalideen
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04/30/2014 04:17 AM
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Re: Schist Disk: A Mysterious Piece Of Sophisticated Technology From Egypt
I know exactly what this disk was for....it is much more amazing than anyone could ever imagine. It is for a technology grander than any that exists in even this modern world....any egyptologists or professional mechanical engineer interested to know it's purpose contact me at jalalideen@gmail.com. I have submited patents for this discovery and i will only share with serious egyptologists and engineers.

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