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May 292012
 

This picture shows a Round Personal Combat War Shield.

The Round Shield is based on the construction of the chest area of the human body. The human body in approximately the area circled in this picture,

is one large spiral. Those spirals can be visualized as looking like the coiled up snake in this picture.

This picture superimposes the spiral shape of the coiled up snake on the chest of the human body model to help with visualizing how the spiral inside of the chest area looks.

And then a close up of one side of the chest for even more clarity.

The coiled up snake body has an overall circular shape.

If the lines in between the coils of the snake body are ignored, the coiled up snake looks like a solid circle.

This picture compares the solid circle of the Round Shield to the coiled up snake body.

It is that solid appearance and behavior of the spiral in the chest area that was the inspiration for creating a Round Shield. The image of the shield is placed over the chest area of the model human body in this picture.

Those shields on the chest look almost exactly like a warrior holding the shield for use.

That similarity supports the claim the Round Shield was based on a spiral located inside of the chest of the human body.

It is interesting to note that the decorative lines on the Round Shield look like the lines between the coils of the coiled up snake.

Is that a coincidence? Or is it a sign that the creator of that particular shield knew the round shield was meant to mimic the circular shape of the spiral within the chest of the human body?

(Wing Chun Punch Inspired)


May 292012
 

Here is a picture of an outrigger canoe.

The passenger sits in the canoe part of the outrigger canoe like a regular canoe or other boat.

The outrigger canoe is characterized by an extension that sticks out to the side of the canoe.

The extension makes the canoe more stable by widening the area of water supporting the canoe,

without having to make the entire canoe that large.

While it might seem that the inspiration for the invention of the outrigger canoe was to make a regular canoe more stable. And it was. But how did the creator of the outrigger canoe know that adding an outrigger to a regular canoe would make it more stable.

That is where the actual inspiration for the creation of outrigger canoe comes from. And that inspiration was human bodies that cannot balance normally on their legs.

Various activities will change the human body in a way that makes one leg weak and difficult to control. Those activities include Masturbation, Excessive Sex, Excessive Exercise, Injection Of Drugs, Snorting Of Drugs, Youth, Old Age, and Anorexia.

The leg that is weakened is not stable enough to support the body normally, with both legs placed relatively close together. In order to be stable, the affected human being will stand with their legs wider than normal.

The next picture shows a model of a pirate. 

The pirate is an example of a human being with a weakened leg because his left leg has been replaced with a piece of wood.

The pirate is an example of a human being who is forced to hold a wide stance in order for his body to be stable. He stands normally on his normal right leg,

but the left peg leg is more angled out to the side,

to create a wider distance between the right foot and the left peg leg.

A canoe is also narrow like the normal legs of a human being.

In calm water a narrow canoe is stable like a human being with healthy legs is stable.

In rough waters a canoe can easily capsize. That triggered the realization in the mind of the inventor of outrigger canoes that the other human beings around him who were not stable on normally narrow legs,

moved their legs apart to make their stance wider and more stable,

the inventor of the outrigger canoe realized he could do the same thing with a canoe. He could add something to the canoe that widened it’s “stance” on the water and improve it’s stability.

It is interesting from the perspective of stability that adding an outrigger to a canoe creates a triangular shape of out of the canoe, man, and outrigger,

and the legs form a triangular shape with the body,

because a triangle is one of the most stable shapes there are.


May 282012
 

Here is a picture of a pogo stick.

According to Happeh Theory, the basis for the invention of the pogo stick was the way homosexuals walk. The bodies of homosexuals will change in a way that makes them walk like a pogo stick moves.

The human body can be changed in the way being described by activities other than homosexuality. Masturbation, Excessive Sexual Activity, Excessive Exercise, Injection Of Drugs, Snorting Of Drugs, Youth, Old Age, and Anorexia are all associated with walking the way a pogo stick moves

The reason homosexuality and not one of those other activities is claimed to be the inspiration for the invention of the pogo stick, is that homosexuals are more readily identifiable than Masturbation or Excessive Sexual Activity.

The creator of the pogo stick who had noticed people moving like a pogo stick, would also have noticed that some large number of those people were homosexuals. It would then be natural to associate homosexuality with moving like a pogo stick.

Why do homosexuals walk like a pogo stick moves?

The human body is designed with two identical halves that balance each other. The body of a homosexuals will be unbalanced with one side shorter than the other. The leg on the shorter side of the body will be the one that acts like a pogo stick.

A human being whose body has been changed in the way described will jam the leg on the short side of the body into the ground. The rest of the body then uses that leg as a brace to swing the other half of the body forwards. The movement is very similar to how someone using crutches moves.   

A pogo stick can act as a diagnostic device to ascertain who is likely to move like a pogo stick. When a person who is balanced uses a pogo stick, the pogo stick will stay mostly level like the one in this picture.

The fact the man is mostly level on the pogo stick means he probably walks using both legs in a balanced way.

This picture shows a boy on a pogo stick.

His body is leaning back to his left.

The fact that his body is unbalanced back to the left on the pogo stick means he will be likely to walk like a pogo stick moves. He will jam his right leg into the ground and use it to swing the left side of his body forwards.

The next example picture shows a boy who is extremely unbalanced on a pogo stick.

The pogo stick slants off to his right instead of being in the center of his body.

The pogo stick is slanting to the right because the boys body is weak and undeveloped or shrunken within the area circled in this picture.

One of the clues pointing to weakness in that area other than the pogo stick leaning to the right is the boy’s head. His head is hanging 

His head is hanging downwards because part of the head is within the circle highlight the weakened part of his body. 

The weak right side of the body will be unable to move the boy’s right leg normally. That will give him the tendency to jam his right leg into the ground,

and use it as a brace to swing the left side of his body forwards,

as if his right leg was a pogo stick that the left side of his body was riding around on. 

May 272012
 

The picture below shows a scroll.

A scroll consists of two separate cylinders.

One end of a length of paper is wrapped around one cylinder,

while the other end of the paper is wrapped around the other cylinder.

 The writing on the paper is revealed by unrolling one scroll until the desired section appears, while simultaneously rolling the undesired sections of paper up on the other cylinder.

The inspiration for the creation of the scroll is the human body. The human body can behave like two large cylinders located approximately as shown in this picture.

The inspiration for connecting the two cylinders together with paper that is rolled and unrolled on the cylinders are sensations produced by forces flowing between the two cylinders within the body 

The design on the side of the paper towel dispenser in the following picture shows how the forces flow between the two cylinders.

The circular ends of the design are the cylinders.

The forces flow from one side of one cylinder,

to the other side of the other cylinder.


That flow pattern is different from the flow pattern of the scroll as can be seen in the following comparison picture.

The paper on the scroll flows between the same side of both cylinders,

while the flow pattern of forces within the body that the scroll is claimed to be based on flows from one side of one cylinder to the other side of the other cylinder.

That picture would seem to contradict the claim of this blog entry that the scroll is based on the flow of forces between the two cylinders within the body. 

That is not necessarily true. There is a practical reason to alter a scroll so the paper flows between the same side of both cylinders.

If a scroll is constructed with the paper flowing between the opposite sides of the two cylinders as shown by the dotted lines on this picture,

there is a gap between the paper on the top of one cylinder and whatever surface the scroll is resting on.

It would be very easy to puncture or tear a scroll with a gap underneath one side because there is no support for the paper. That is why scrolls with the paper flowing between the same side of both cylinders are constructed,

so both ends of the paper are supported by the surface the scroll is resting on.

That difference between the flow pattern of the paper on a scroll and the flow pattern of the forces between the cylinders within the human body, does not mean the claim of this blog entry is false.

It just means that the inventor of the scroll made an adjustment to the sensations he felt from within his own body that inspired him to invent the scroll.

May 272012
 

The story this blog entry is based on reports that a 16 year old Indian student worked out the answer to a math problem that had not been solved in 350 years.

The reason this article belongs in the Scientists R Stoopid section is that it is an example of how anyone, not just scientists with college degrees, can find an answer to a problem or discover something new.

People who doubt the claims of Happeh Theory because the creator does not have a college degree, should be less doubting after learning that even a 16 year old boy can discover something that is not known by modern science.

The original news article is reprinted below.

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A 16-year-old Indian-origin ‘genius’ from Germany has managed to work out puzzles that had baffled the maths wizards for more than 350 years.

Shouryya Ray, of Dresden, has solved two fundamental particle dynamics theories, which physicists have previously been able to calculate only by using powerful computers.

He has been hailed a genius, after working out the problems set by Sir Isaac Newton.

His solutions mean that scientists can now calculate the flight path of a thrown ball, and then predict how it will hit and bounce off a wall, The Daily Mail has reported.

Shouryya came across the problems during a school visit to Dresden University, where professors claimed that they were unsolvable.

“I just asked myself, ‘Why not?’” Shouryya said. “I think it was just schoolboy naivety. I didn’t believe there couldn’t be a solution.”

He began solving complicated equations as a six-year-old, but says he’s no genius. “There are some other things at school I wish I was much better at — football for one.”