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Ancient Origins and Cygnus

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Just now, Jarocal said:

My chainsaw collection comprises a 90's era Johnsered with a 27&30" bar (rarely used), a Stihl Farm boss  (290 series 18" bar) that takes the brunt of the workload, and an old Shindaiwa limber with a 14" bar.

I have the same Jonsered and Stihl but my work saws are 2 Husky 460s tapped out to 70 cc with XP kits and 18'' and 20'' bars and a Stihl 170 for limbs.

I have a small collection of 70s and 80s classics in the farms repair shop but the only ones I play with is a Stihl 028 and 036 and very rarely because they have the chains that don't stop spinning so you have to chase them after you set them down. 

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To steer this boat somewhat back off the rocks before KmT admonishes and starts posting videos of feral feline demons cute little fuzzy kittens, I found Andrew Collins work on the Giza-Cygnus correlation entertaining  (yet not convincing).

The OP can find much of the assertion posted online for free by Collins himself and decide if the book would be something he wishes to add to his collection. If so, I would recommend buying a used copy for citation purposes as pretty much the entire conjecture can be surmised across various web pages.

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11 hours ago, Jarocal said:

No, just no!

  That is far too simple a method for getting an accurate alignment to the sunrise. Advanced unattested astronomical gadgetry or possibly even extraterrestrial assistance must have been utilized.

Next you will try and tell me that it is possible to lay out complicated geometric shapes with that same stick and some string. Or you can draw a circle on a piece of wood with a scribing instrument, two nails and a framing square...:rolleyes:

oops!!!!  My bad!!!!!

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I'd toss out that there are probably many jobs that used to be historically common but these days are rare and hard to come buy. 

 Every village used to have a blacksmith. But the mentality and inclinations that make a decent blacksmith don't necessarily translate well to modern cnc jobs or manufacturing. 

 As for homosexuality, it's true it doesn't present an obvious biological benefit, but there's been studies that show that in families with homosexual members the children of the siblings thrive better. 

 In animals, for example swans, it's been noted that when two male geese who've paired of steel the nest of a hetero couple, the resulting gosling have a greater survival chance. 

 Within the population, not the individual, there does seem to be some benefit in having those genes circulating. 

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