[AMRadio] Replacing Greenwich Time with Mecca Time


Mark Foltarz Foltarz at rocketmail.com
Sat Jan 13 20:33:40 EST 2007


Yup, that is definately extreme.

Now have a look see at this :  http://www.peer.org/news/news_id.php?row_id=801

I don't know about you fellows, but I was raised during the time of the space
race. Science & math were paramount. 

All this nonsense we are seeing these days is just getting too far out.

de KA4JVY

Mark


--- Ed Sieb <esieb at sympatico.ca> wrote:

> Get a load of this hogwash!
> 
> http://memritv.org/Transcript.asp?P1=1349
> 
> 
> 12/28/2006 Clip No. 1349
> 
> Egyptian Researcher Dr. Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyed Explains the "Science" behind
> His Demand to Abolish Greenwich Mean Time and Replace It with Mecca Time
> 
> Following are excerpts from an interview with Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid, of the
> Egyptian National Research Center. The interview was aired on Mihwar TV on
> December 26, 2006.
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: When British colonialism or the British kingdom were
> in control, and it was "an empire on which the sun never sets," it imposed
> Greenwich Mean Time. This creates two problems for the world. The first
> problem is that in Greenwich, the magnetic field of Earth is 8.5 degrees,
> whereas in Mecca the magnetic field is zero.
> 
> [...]
> 
> Interviewer: Before the break, we talked to Dr. Abd Al-Baset about the
> centrality of Mecca, and about the importance of measuring time according to
> the latitude of Mecca, and not according to the latitude of Greenwich... Why
> is it?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: It has been proven that there is a certain
> discrepancy if we calculate it according to Greenwich. This discrepancy has
> been estimated as 8.5 minutes between the northern and southern hemispheres.
> 
> Interviewer: How much?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: 8.5 minutes. Air traffice cannot be organized this
> way. They are aware of this, and so they try to change it.
> 
> Interviewer: Really?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: Yes. If they calculated time according to Mecca, it
> would be the same in the northern and southern hemispheres.
> 
> Interviewer: Surely they know this...
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: Yes, but we have to work on these things. We must
> declare this, and we must convene a large conference with them, and tell
> them that time must be calculated according to Mecca.
> 
> Interviewer: What other benefits are there to calculating time according to
> Mecca?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: If you calculate time according to Mecca, those 8.5
> minutes... The magnetic field of Earth, for example... What I say is that
> there are people at the North Pole and the South Pole who cannot come here
> in multitudes.
> 
> Interviewer: Really?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: This is because the magnetic force is concentrated
> there, which affects people's blood and the biological movement of life. It
> has been proven that if magnetism, anywhere, exceeds 1,000 gauss, which
> equals one tenth of a tesla, it affects the ability of the hemoglobin in the
> blood to carry oxygen to the body's tissues, the ability of the blood to
> carry oxygen to the tissues.
> 
> Interviewer: In other words, the ability to live...
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: Yes, to live... This means is that when you are in
> Mecca, the ability of the blood to carry oxygen to the tissues is greater
> than anywhere else in the world.
> 
> Interviewer: That's why, when people travel to Mecca, they return full of
> energy.
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: In Mecca, you don't exert any effort. That's why you
> may see an old man, who cannot walk, or who walks with crutches, and even
> though it gets very crowded around the Ka'ba, he is filled with great
> strength, and he circles the Ka'ba. You do not exert any effort, and you are
> filled with energy, because you are in a place in which there is no magnetic
> force.
> 
> [...]
> 
> Anybody who studies human chemistry knows that all circulation in the human
> body is to the right. All the components are called "dextro-rotatary," which
> means circulating to the right. They call it dextro-rotatory, which means
> circulating to the right. When I'm circulating [the Ka'ba] from right to
> left, anti-clockwise, I increase my body's circulation, and consequently I
> am filled with energy.
> 
> Interviewer: I get filled with energy too?
> 
> Abd Al-Baset Al-Sayyid: Yes, because the right-to-left circulation in my
> body increases.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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