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Nibiru, to the Babylonians, was the celestial body associated with the god Marduk. The name is Akkadian and means ‘crossing place’ or ‘place of transition’. In most Babylonian texts it is identified with the planet Jupiter. In Tablet 5 of the Enuma Elish it may be the pole star, which at the time was Thuban or possibly Kochab (Ursa Minor).

The term “Nibiru” comes from the Sumerian cuneiform tablets and writings dating 5,000 years old. The term Nibiru means “Planet of the crossing”, and it’s cuneiform sign was often a cross, or various winged disc. The Sumerian culture was located in the fertile lands between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers, at the southern part of today’s Iraq.

Due to its use in opposition to the phrase itebbiru “who used to cross,” Landsberger and Kinnier Wilson suggest that it refers to a stationary point in the heavens.1 In a reconstruction of Tablet V of the En�ma Elish by Landsberger and Kinnier Wilson, the word ni-bi-ri (variant: ni-bi-ru and ni-bi-a-na) is translated as “pole star.”1 The authors add in the footnotes that “Applied to Marduk, there is no question that in the late periods neberu is a planet, whether Jupiter or Mercury” however for the referenced translation of Tablet V, “pole star” is used.

Theory

Some authors believe that the observations of ancient astronomers provide proof that Nibiru is an actual planet or brown dwarf in our solar system. These claims are for the most part dismissed as fringe science or pseudoscience by the mainstream scientific communities of archaeology and astronomy.


According to proponents such as renowned historian, Hebrew scholar, author, speaker and archaeologist Zecharia Sitchin and Burak Eldem the Nibiru appearing in Sumerian records correctly refers to a large planetary body. Their research proposes that it possesses a highly elliptical, 3630-year orbit. Such a planet would be approximately in the same orbit as 2000 CR105.

According to these theories of Sumerian cosmology, Nibiru was the twelfth member in the solar system family of planets (which includes 10 planets, the Sun, and the Moon). Its catastrophic collision with Tiamat, a planet that was between Mars and Jupiter, would have formed the planet Earth, the asteroid belt, and the Moon.

This was the result of one of Nibiru’s host satellites colliding with Tiamat, appropriately leaving half a planet, comparable to our Pangea (our current knowledge of all the continents as one land mass), and leaving deeps rifts in the crust beneath the Pacific ocean. It was until recently thought impossible for such large celestial bodies to collide due to intense magnetic force, however, this concept has been given a new life since the introduction of the Orpheus Theory, and the simulation of a collision between objects such as our own earth, and an object half it’s size.

It was the home of a technologically advanced human-like alien race, the Anunnaki of Sumerian myth, who, Sitchin claims, survived and later came to Earth. Sitchin has also transcribed that their travelling to earth was the result of their failing atmosphere (having since been drawn into our solar system from its cosmic passing, the atmosphere of Nibiru was subjected to intense external stress from our sun).

They came in search of gold particles used for their reflective properties (recognized even today by Nasa who plate various objects including astronaut helmet eyeshields) to place in their atmosphere. According to Sitchin, they subsequently genetically engineered our species, originally as slave workers to work in their gold mines, by crossing their genes with those of Homo erectus.

The Anunnaki (“those who from heaven came to earth” in Sumerian) came upon evolution on earth as it had been progressing for billions of years however, they desired to create a worker who could communicate and learn from them. After a slew of failed prototypes an Anunnaki goddess engineered a perfect specimen- the Adam. This was done using 80% of the Inferior specimen and 20% of the superior Anunnaki specimen. It is only recently that we understand DNA as having a double-helix nature, The Sumerians depicted their goddess creator along with snakes in a double helix form with thin bars connecting between them in a spiral fashion. The intertwined snakes are also modern day representatives for the field of medicine.

Sitchin says some sources speak about the same planet, possibly being a brown dwarf star and still in a highly elliptic orbit around the Sun, with a perihelion passage some 3,600 years ago and assumed orbital period of about 3,600 to 3,760 years or 3,741 years.

Sitchin attributes these figures to astronomers of the Maya civilization. Many involved in research of this kind predict a return date of Nibiru passing Earth coinciding with the Winter Solstice of 2012; specifically at 11.11 UT, 21st December 12, 2012.

This also coincides with a rare alignment of the Earth, Sun and centre of the Milky Way , and is asserted to be likely to cause a pole shift. However, scientists argue that a planet with such an orbit would eventually either develop a circular orbit or fly off into space and overwhelmingly consider Sitchin’s claims to be pseudoscience.

The similar orbit of 2000 CR105, however, is accepted by scientists. A brown dwarf with a period of 3,760 years would be clearly evident through infrared and gravitational observations. And it has been. In 1993 Nasa launched the IRAS telescope which picked up the faint image of a large celestial body 3 times the distance of Pluto in our own solar system. In the press conference, the two scientists one named Gerry Neugebauer said that these objects could be “almost anything, from a tenth planet in our solar system to distant galaxies”.

Later much deeper images were taken, and some of the objects were found to be dense gas clouds in our own Galaxy, while others turned out to be very distant galaxies. In fact, these observations heralded the discovery of a new type of object: Ultra-luminous Infrared Galaxies (ULIRGs).

These are galaxies in which there is a burst of stars being born. The cocoons of dust in which the stars are enshrouded generates copious infrared, which is what was detected by IRAS. They published these results in the prestigious Astrophysical Journal.

Another interesting discovery also brought Nibiru into light recently. Eris, the largest known dwarf planet has been discovered on the 21st of October 2003, announced in July 2005 and officially named from 2003 UB313 to “136199 Eris” in 2006.

Originally it was considered as the tenth planet of our Solar System, but in April 2006, according to the new, more precise definition of the term “planet”, it has been designated as a “dwarf planet” along with Pluto and Ceres. Eris has an orbital period of 556.7 years, and currently lies at almost its maximum possible distance from the Sun (aphelion) and will enter Pisces in 2036.

Eris: More Massive than Pluto NASA – June 19, 2007

Pluto Smaller Than Nearby Dwarf Planet Eris, Study Finds National Geographic – June 15, 2007

Pluto is now 134340 – Xena is now Eris National Geographic – September 16, 2006

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August 26, 2008

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Of Write Ups, Of Identity, Of Branding

Today is my reading day.

So I went on my rounds on the emails and got into several articles, sent by homeland. One very sweet true aspects in life’s overseas, is that you must be discovered for your talent and participation with creativeness. At all over the world in fact. So today I chose 2 articles. One is written by Marina Mahathir and the other by Suhaini Aznam of the same newspaper The Star.

20 years of Marina’s dad’s regime, I can imagine the flow that she had successfully brought me into her moods and the writing skills.I can imagine that’s the way their mother had taught and disciplined them. She had made me laugh over the lines as I took it as fun-ne when she successfully implied the ideas over a nice piece flow of words, and really I imagine that I am there speaking to her mother over a cup of coffee in the garden. She mentioned those in the“ Toxic Shock Syndrome” that, maybe it was wrongly titled when she jumped into the first line by saying.. “Just as when we thought the atmosphere in our beloved country was toxic enough, it just got even worse..” (that made me laugh) ..and another one, she wrote..“unfortunately there are many purveyors of these”..again thanks for making all of us here laughs.

I could not agree less than what she had said, we laughed and I remember one of the many scan-through on blogs originated from Malaysia. We tried to absorb as much information as we can – while hit up as many references for blogs  guidelines, so we go into getting sponsors for political blogs, for the other side of the world in Republican GOP’s campaign for none other than Mr.Obama as we can. Statistically speaking, we, but personally I would rather feeling so so thirsty at searching for other countries write ups originality and while at comparing those say between the Marina’s to Suhaini’s articles within the same Star.

Interesting to have many scenarios and backgrounds, between the eastern and western parts, and I compared to my sites write ups, some from me, some from the invited guest authors, I  had to laughed to all.

Desperately, I would say that Marina had expressed very well as I remember the way the mother and his father style of elaborations; she might have inherited some not all, from them. While I, my writings could be influenced by the surroundings and form of life within the period of time and the temperature, the weather I guess, or maybe the type of cheese we get from Tesco in the fridge, or by the subjects apprehended by all sorts during the travels. So, exposure – is an exhibit.

While the other scan-through today were of two (2) gentlemen lawmaker Mukhriz Mahathir and the Bachok PAS from Kelantan, over the oil issue. Mukhriz is sharp to come with details, which is of the same scripted points and references, on  that two dailies, namely the Star and the Edge Financial Daily.

Let me guess and at my scale of fast reading skills and absorption skills, I rated  the Star is poor to the Edge’s, while the PAS’s lawmaker comments were as intoxicated as what Marina had tried to described in hers,  that is when the press statements made by the  second lawmaker – without proper homework.Rather wobbling and too Porto Bello, or too low a grade as a lawmaker.

So, go back to my blogs, as it had hit the Legend Category at Beyond the Blogs  by Anthony, and the Pakistan Spectator by Ghazala Khan, Matt of WordPress.com had advised on our blogs in Malaysia, address at wordpress22.wordpress.com for international politics blog, and another as addressed at http://kgmelayumajidee.wordpress.com, I analyzed and rated that as very supposedly to-be-informative, but while in order to get up with the local trend, and to be updated, and as we had allowed the open postings by invited authors; that I had discovered that we had became part of the intoxicated by local trend, tempo and styles – which is Plagiarism.

So, I personally would like to say thanks to  the Word Press.com’s comments and concerns over the qualities of articles and write ups skills, expression, truth and responsibility – as they had discovered us for an international blogs programs. But I can not say much and pursue, if the blogs that we had introduced were for the locals, so it had arrived that statistically, we had performed satisfactorily, but showed the future of Blogging in Malaysia, is rather dull to dolled.

Therefore, as to rely on the local moodsy moodsa and trendy la la la la la, seemingly,  there were no serious locals with the originality, none were prepared to accelerate the main issues as per subject titled, information mislead or misdirected points within the articles intended to be presented. While the importance of the writer for fast reading skills as to enable the writers to quickly grab on responses at comments, analysis, with a wider global knowledge outlooks, they presents that a local writer blogger are a lacking of focus lot. Thus, it reflects the society;  or a game at Plagiarism.

This info could be a good information to feed the Minister Hishamuddin’s agenda on mobilizing  the society mindset, a program as he stated in that same newspaper today, the poor Star to the Edge’s.

We in the group authors, will still play a role to meet the likes of the locals, and hoping that, Malaysian will be as good as the Indonesia blogs, as a nearest example. Close to any, I think a few, but Malaysia is still none.

Cheers!

Ko Yem Binjai

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  2. “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result”– Einstein– Kinda like voting!
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  4. “Conservatives are not necessarily stupid, but most stupid people are conservatives.”–John Stuart Mill
  5. “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.” H. L. Mencken

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The art of calculating with beads

Performing Addition on the Abacus

Addition on the abacus involves registering the numbers on the beads in the straight-forward left-to-right sequence they are written down in.

(NOTE: This page may have transcription errors. To resolve any discrepancies, please refer to the scans of the the manual from which this page was transcribed.)

Addition

Addition on the abacus involves registering the numbers on the beads in the straight-forward left-to-right sequence they are written down in. As long as the digits are placed correctly, and the carry’s noted properly, the answer to the operation immediately presents itself right on the abacus.There are 4 approaches to performing additions, each applied to a particular situation. Each of these techniques is explained in tabular form in the sections that follow.

Simple Addition

When performing the addition 6+2, one would move 1 bead from the upper deck down (value = 5) and one bead from the lower deck up (value = 1); this represents 6. Moving 2 beads from the lower deck (in the same column) up (value = 1 * 2 beads = 2) would complete the operation. The answer is then obtained by reading resultant bead positions.

Given the first number To add Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8 1 +1
0,1,2,5,6, or 7 2 +2
0,1,5 or 6 3 +3
0, or 3 4 +4
0, 1,2 3, or 4 5 +1
0, 1,2 or 3 6 +1 +1
0, 1 or 2 7 +2 +1
0 or 1 8 +3 +1
0 9 +4 +1

Combined Adding-up And Taking Off

When the original number registered on a rod is smaller than 5, but will become greater than 5 after the addition, one bead from the upper-deck is moved down (added on to the beam) and one or more beads from the lower deck removed from the beam.When a sum greater than 10 occurs on a certain rod, beads are removed from either or both the upper and lower decks and 1 bead is added to the rod directly to the left. Example: When adding 9 (10-1) to 8, one bead from the lower deck is removed (-1) and one bead from the lower deck on the row directly to the left is added (+10).

Given the first number To add (formula) Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck
4 1 (+5 -4) -4 +1
4 or 3 2 (+5 -3) -3 +1
4,3 or 2 3 (+5 -2) -2 +1
4,3,2 or 1 4 (+5 -1) -1 +1

Combined Taking-off And Place Advancement

When a sum greater than 10 occurs on a certain rod, beads are removed from either or both the upper and lower decks and 1 bead is added to the rod directly to the left. Example: when adding 9 (10-1) to 8, one bead from the lower deck is removed (-1) and one bead from the lower deck on the row directly to the left is added (+10).

Given the first number To add (formula) Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck lower deck, adjacent (left) column
9 1(-9 +10) -4 -1 +1
8 or 9 2 (-8 +10) -3 -1 +1
7,8 or 9 3 (-7 +10) -2 +1 +1
6,7,8 or 9 4 (-6 +10) -1 -1 +1
5,6,7,8, or 9 5 (-5 +10) -1 +1
4 or 9 6 (-4 +10) -4 +1
3,4,8 or 9 7 (-3 +10) -3 +1
2,3,4,7,8 or 9 8 (-2+10) -2 +1
1,2,3,4,6,7,8 or 9 9 (-1+10) -1 +1

Combined Adding-up, Taking-off And Place Advancement

There are 4 cases when beads are added to the lower-deck, removed from the upper-deck and one bead added to the adjacent rod. Example: When adding 6 (+1-5+10) to 7, one bead is added to the lower-deck, one bead removed from the upper-deck and one bead is added to the left rod (lower-deck).

Given the first number To add (formula) Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck lower deck, adjacent (left) column
5,6,7 or 8 6 (+1 -5 +10) +1 -1 +1
5,6 or 7 7 (+2 -5 +10) +2 -1 +1
5 or 6 8 (+3 -5 +10) +3 -1 +1
5 9 (+4 -5 +10) +4 -1 +1
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Performing Subtraction on the Abacus

Subtraction is performed by first registering the minuend and then subtracting, starting from the left, by removing beads from either or both the lower or upper decks.

(Note: Please refer to the scans of the the book from which these instructions were copied for the most accurate version. Also, Dave Bagley’s Java abacus includes a built-in interactive tutorial that teaches counting, addition and subtraction.)

Subtraction

Subtraction is performed by first registering the minuend and then subtracting, starting from the left, by removing beads from either or both the lower or upper decks. The final bead-positions represent the answer.

Simple Taking-off

This is achieved by simply taking off one or more beads from the lower deck, or sometimes both. Example: When subtracting 7 (represented by -5-2= -7) from 9, remove 1 bead from the upper-deck (-5) and 2 beads from the lower deck (-2). The remaining 2 beads represent the result.

Given the first number To subtract Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck
1,2,3,4,5,6,7 or 8 1 -1
2,3,4,7 or 8 2 -2
3,4,8 or 9 3 -3
4 or 9 4 -4
5,6,7,8, or 9 5 -1
6,7,8 or 9 6 -1 -1
7,8 or 9 7 -2 -1
8 or 9 8 -3 -1
9 9 -4 -1

Note: The “-” symbol in the Move bead(s) columns represents moving the bead(s) away from the middle beam.

Combined Adding-up And Taking Off

When the number of beads in the lower deck is less than the subtracter (the number being subtracted), one or more beads are added in the lower deck and 1 bead is removed from the upper-deck.Example: When subtracting 4 (+1-5 = -4) from 7 (represented by 1 bead in the upper-deck and 2 beads in the lower deck (less than 4, the subtracter), one bead is added to the lower deck (+1) and 1 bead is removed from the upper-deck (-5) leaving 3 beads, representing the result.

Given the first number To subtract (formula) Move bead(s)
in the lower deck in the upper deck
5 1 (-5 +4) +4 -1
5 or 6 2 (-5 +3) +3 -1
5,6 or 7 3 (-5 +2) +2 -1
5,6,7 or 8 4 (-5 +1) +1 -1

Note: The “+” symbol in the Move bead(s) columns represents moving the bead(s) towards the middle beam; the “-” symbol indicates that the bead(s) should be moved away from the middle beam.

Taking-off From A Rod Of Higher Order And Adding-up

When a number on a specific rod is smaller than the subtrahend (4 is the subtrahend when performing 13 – 4; note that in the ones column, the 3 is less than the 4) one bead for the order of tens and one bead from the lower-deck has to be taken off, and one bead from the upper-deck is counted.

Given the first number To subtract Move bead(s)
lower deck, adjacent (right) column in the lower deck in the upper deck
0 1(+9 -10) -1 +4 +1
0 or 1 2 (+8 -10) -1 +3 +1
0, 1 or 2 3 (+7 -10) -1 +2 +1
0, 1,2 or 9 4 (+6 -10) -1 +1 +1
0, 1,2 3, or 4 5 (+5 -10) -1 +1
0 or 5 6 (+4 -10) -1 +4
0,5 or 6 7 (+3 -10) -1 +3
0,1,2,5,6, or 7 8 (+2 -10) -1 +2
0,1,2,3,5,6,7 or 8 9 (+1 -10) -1 +1

Combined Taking-off From A Rod Of Higher Order, Adding-up in the Upper-deck and Taking-off in the Lower-Deck

This technique is called for when a number on a specific rod is smaller than the supposed subtrahend [I have no idea what this means], but only in such cases as exemplified by 12 – 6.

Given the first number To subtract Move bead(s)
lower deck, adjacent (right) column in the lower deck in the upper deck
1,2,3 or 4 6 (-1 +5 -10) -1 -1 +1
2,3 or 4 7 (-2 +5 -10) -1 -2 +1
4 or 4 8 (-3 +5 -10) -1 -3 +1
4 9 (-4 +5 -10) -1 -4 +1
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The Lee Kai-chen Abacus

Lee abacus

These are scans from the pages of the manual that accompanies the Lee Kai-chen abacus. Pages 36 to 40 (more division examples) will be scanned when I have time.

I am indebted to Professor Emeritus Augustine Lee, for his generous donation of both the manual and abacus.

David Bagley performed OCR on these scans and converted them to HTML.

The pages are also available as a PDF document (2MB).

More photos of this abacus.

An interactive Java version of the Lee Abacus is available on David Bagley’s site.

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Contents

Introduction

Construction  · Basics  · Java Applet  · Technique  · The Abacus Today

History

Timeline  · Salamis Tablet  · Counting Board  · Roman Hand Abacus  · Suan Pan  · Soroban  · Schoty  · Nepohualtzitzin  · Khipu  · Lee Abacus

Interactive Abacus Tutor

Sarat Chandran and David A. Bagley’s incredible Java abacus with a built-in tutor for counting, addition and subtraction.

Calculations

Addition · Subtraction · Multiplication & Division · Square Roots · Cube Roots

The Lee Abacus

The manual for the Lee Abacus, c. 1958 is available as Text · Images

The Abacus as Art

Michael Mode builds exotic abaci as art objects.

Abacus: Mystery of the Bead

Abacus Techniques by Totton Heffelfinger & Gary Flom.

* Articles, Excerpts and Analysis

The Abacus vs.The Electric Calculator

In 1946, a contest held in Tokyo, pitted an abacus against an electric calculator; the abacus won, of course.

Feynman vs. The Abacus

Richard Feynman battles against the abacus; the result is not surprising (if you know Feynman).

Comparing the Chinese and the Mesoamerican Abacus

An analysis contributed by David B. Kelley.

The Roman Hand-Abacus

An analysis contributed by Steve Stephenson.

The Incan Khipu

String, and Knot, Theory of Inca Writing by John Noble Wilford.
Talking Knots of the Incas by Viviano and Davide Domenici.

Lost Tribes, Lost Knowledge

An article about the dangers of forgetting knowledge learned from the past, by Eugene Linden.

* All Things Abacus

Additional Abacus Resources

Purchase  or build an abacus  · An abacus for your Palm  · Books about the abacus  · Java applet source code  · The Mesoamerican abacus

Resources For Teachers

The abacus in the classroom  · Abacus lesson plan  · Math and science resources for teachers

Photos

High-resolution photos of my abacus collection.

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