Hey, buddy, would you like to buy a watch? with a multi-purpose corkscrew, and a bottle opener ...
Some days we all are in the same boat, like science ready to float off the edge of the world, the flat old world.
Have you been to Ecuador? Beautiful when the sun is shining. So present. One of the blessed countries where the sun is.
fatherland, a thousand times! Oh, fatherland, glory to you!
By now your chest is brimming
With joy and peace ...
And your radiant forehead
We look at it more than the sun
From the skies a voice cried out"
And where have you seen the Earth rotate? Shamwow, look out, shema shim sham the flim-flam man.
... or what a Foucault pendulum at the equator will do, compared with the one at the Judeo-Masonic UN, in Manhattan, or one at the far North Pole?
Well, let us say just for a secret service that when one is at the equator, the so-called fixed plane of cosmic oscillation is a little more fixed, and swings back and forth, back and forth, without the gradual sideways
rotation that it has in other locations. Following the theory of Foucault's sine law, the single plane in which it remains at the equator is unique, and that way also has been
soft sold to the public as a peculiar sort of phenomena, there at the equator, that could even represent some form of division by 0 ... an ultimate sign of indifference ... and, therefore too, the "infinite", at least for the range of an infinitesimal
... if it were possible: yes, according to Foucault's sine law.-1
That way in Ecuador, it has even been described as a warm setting that could be fit for some actualization of "infinity"
... the infinite fixed plane of perpetual horizontal motion, and heliocentric babillage, or garbage, along the equator and then around the Earth. So they say, and "he that is
giddy thinks the world turns round". Therefore, the world of imagination may seem boundless, for fools too, even in Antarctica, but genius has its limits, of course, where penguins at
the South Pole would talk common sense and nature to foolishness, and only to be called poolish.
"Aujourd'hui ce qui ne vaut pas la peine d'être dit, on le chante". Nowadays what is not worth saying is sung; and Flaubert wrote of "giddy airs" too, and so forth; and that there were two infinities he discovered in life that confused him. He figured one was in his soul, and that another was around him, but he forgot about the tinkered up Foucault pendulum in Quito. Could it be there was a third demonstration of infinity that he missed, and not so far from the taco stand? Years from now perhaps the world
Since it should not be too difficult to see the picture when inside the frame, the scientific community should not be discouraged. Let the investigations continue, and lift up the heart, if not the Camembert cheese.
"People love escapism and there should be a place
for it", yet Foucault's pendulum is a mathematical fallacy of a faulty theory, with a contraption, that is an absurdist hoax, that would not have been complete so far without its proper and appropriate academico establishment backing. A quiet chorus of praise has followed the thing like low volume "Chopsticks" in the piano. One could even say that the strangeness has "tenure". And for all that correctness, it has helped along the
way to have a secret formula equation, of course, which someone once objected is almost a little bit cheap, even strange, like an afternoon at Hooter's: where they say things like, "tacky yet unrefined," and, "what are you looking at"? And "are you stoned
or just stupid"?
Silenus, who acquired arcane knowledge by thoughts so old that no one knows, reckoned that "stupid is as stupid does", and that for some it could be better sometimes
to have never been born, "and if already born, to die as soon as possible". He boozed with cigarettes for enjoyment and could predict the future and that "whatever deceives men seems to produce a magical enchantment." If it is difficult to look both ways without eyes in the back of your head, indeed, here she comes, "hey, baby", and the garden world of Sophia, with buttons on boobs and sunny beaches to marvel -- sugar white sands and a little basket of chicken wings.
Foucault's sine of theta law would be a similar one, as suggestions come as hidden as simplicity, to conceal themselves in nature, then escape like an octopus -- but it still is without any
clear explanation for why it supposedly works. It adds a thin veneer of trigonometry to the presentation, having an academic propaganda effect, and would sound authoritative; but, in point of fact, it only is a clever ruse like smoke and a nice layer of foam.
Since the secularist and materialist theory of heliocentrism has no proof other than the Foucault pendulum, and the Foucault pendulum is a hoax, and every test to show for any motion of the
Earth has failed, it only adds to the overall circle of fallacy. Yet, "this way with the sine law", Foucault must have thought, "it will help to put a little bit of theoretical trigonometric hoaxem to the game," or something for the bandwagon. And so on, nevertheless, "who naught suspects is easily deceived."-2
The foam on the beer, where theta is the latitude, and sin is the sine function, and T is the time required for the pendulum to complete a circle all the way around, the equation goes T = 24/sin(theta). Theta, theta the birdie sings, and the formula also is a fine excuse to review some first principles of trigonometry.
For instance, since at the equator the latitude is 0, and sin(0) = 0, and T = 24/sin(0) = 24/0 = 0, the delusional mob of heliocentrics say that the pendulum’s plane of oscillation
there, correctly to them, does not change with the sideways rotation, as at other latitudes, but remains in a fixed plane, like a grandfather clock: that way representing a trope of “infinity” ... as an infinitesimal division by 0 would, if it
were possible. But division by 0 does not honestly represent any infinitesimal, and neither does Foucault's pendulum represent any legitimate motion of the Earth by the beak or the nose on the tap.
Such a ride under such peculiar influence should stop and look both ways before going off the cliffs. There may be more accidents and conjectural embarrassments
to follow a bad theory than a scientist could allow himself to admit, without going insane. As that and such things of counter-intuitive ignominy may be, no worries, however, since heliocentrism tends naturally to confusion and doublespeak anyway, and
should not be taken for more than cartoons, or the obfuscation of too many beers on the wall. This is how it is for the total and the thing overall, the phenomena from the one to the many around the little globe: a big yellow bus, or the short one, with feathered
wings and a free lunch -- all in the mind too or the drawing board.
Sketch papers flutter in the wind not "gravitation", certainly, and as one goes away from the equator, it is
said that the pendulums will gradually circle around in a so-called "fixed plane" of oscillation; yet all together the circles are traced in different directions at once, across many different locations north and south, in contradiction of the common theory: either clockwise or counter-clockwise they go, depending on the hemisphere, and at different rates as well, depending on the latitude. They were supposedly invented as an easy-to-see experiment for demonstrating in a clear and simple way the rotation of the Earth, so how ironic that Foucault's pendulum ends up proving the opposite case: that the Earth is not
in motion at all, and the sun, the moon, and the stars, therefore, are all orbiting it.
Even for science, or a well of hypnosis, conditions of absolute reality may be difficult to face, but the pendulum's so-called
fixed plane of oscillation is not fixed, of course. If the mind’s eye of an innocent visitor or some clerk of the market could see all of these pendulums at once, then he would see that they are all going at different speeds ... and in different directions
... at the same time, according to distribution of place. Based on the latitudes of locations, the theory fails, as they go around and around at different speeds and in different directions simultaneously. There simply is no fixed plane of oscillation in that.
Rather they go to and fro, all whithers and wanderings, every moment around the world. Like a bad sign that keeps falling down, and like heliocentrism itself, with these pendulums, it is mathematical distortion all over.
For example, in Venezuela at 10"30 N, the one at the Simon Bolivar Library at the University of Caracas, north of the Equator, goes
swinging around clockwise in almost 138 hours. On the other side of the Equator in South Africa, at 25"44'46 S, the one at the Chemistry Department of the University of Pretoria goes around counter-clockwise in around 55 hours and 45 minutes. If one is set
up for display in Buenos Aires, at 34"36'12 S, it should go around a full circle counter-clockwise in about 42 hours. At Paris on the Seine, at 48"51'24 N, one goes around clockwise, in the opposite direction to Buenos Aires and Pretoria, in close to 32 hours;
and in New York, at 40"47'25N, the one at the Judeo-Masonic UN Compound of Manhattan goes around clockwise in about 37 hours.
If someone at the far North Pole set up one there, to test the theory, it would supposedly circle around clockwise in twenty-four hours, on the nose. At the other end of the Earth, at the South Pole antipode, it would supposedly
circle around counter-clockwise in twenty-four hours, on the nose there too. It should become plain by the confusion involved that the contrary patterns simply do not demonstrate any fixed plane of oscillation or verify the recondite perhaps too esoteric motion
of the Earth.
All the while, like a morose piece of Hegelian dialectics, Foucault's pendulum
is driven, damped, and tuned -- equipped with a little hidden gyroscope. How small and diversely made gyroscopes can be would be for another discussion; but there would seem to be at least one of them that is hidden away in the design, in relation to the sides
of the bob.-3 If for useful digression and amusement, there must be a little prize in the bag, the intellectual method of Hegelian dialectics should not be neglected either. Since
triangulation has been as important for the modern world, obviously, as gadgets and toys, gauging the links from 1789 to 1917 may run parallel with a fair reinterpretation of Foucault's pendulum, an interpretation that also fits in with what the novelist and
sociologist Gyorgy Konrad dubbed the "Jacobin-Leninist tradition".
Although many philosophers contributed to the development of dialectics and the modern outlook,
Hegel(1770-1831) has been uniquely influential. His historicist and idealist account of reality would become a seminal precursor of Continental philosophy, and even provide important background for the old monkey barrel of Marxism. In the mid-nineteenth century,
the Hegelian concept of dialectics was strategically placed and appropriated by Marx and Engels themselves, where relativistic themes of triangulation upon triangulation became crucial notions in the mechanstic system of dialectical materialism and communist
praxis, et cetera.
Pyramids and schemes may go way back, however, when something cryptically
wicked as a thin spook from secret society talk shop this way comes, with weird shoes too, from the shadows, saying "history repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce". One snake may swallow another. Or the mob is a treasure of tyrants, and systems may seem at times like worms, "to be formed by a kind of generatio aequivoca -- by the mere confluence of conceptions, and
to gain completeness only with progress of time."-4
Less than seventeen years
after Hegel passed away, the Communist Manifesto was published, February 21, 1848. In those days of the '48, Ecuador already was under the guidance of a revolutionary Republican Masonic government, and the European socialist Revolutions of that year would
begin only two days later on February 23, in France, and would last until early 1849. 1848 remains the most widespread revolutionary wave in European history, and there are no such accidents in politics. With the resources and organization involved, one could
reasonably bet that it was planned that way, and for the details there has not been another time like it. Over 50 countries were affected, and the revolutionary currents of left wing agit prop from the '48 spread like infectious disease to most parts
of Europe and Latin America.
"Vae victis, vermis non moritur", woe to the vanquished, the worm dieth not, rather as the worm turns every system is organized and reorganized according
to its own idea. If "the roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet", however ironic, it may also depend on point of view, or sense of taste, as they say dialectics may be impossible to escape.
The "February Revolution" in France, for instance, was sparked by the
suppression of the campagne des banquets, and it ended the constitutional monarchy of Louis-Philippe, leading to the creation of the French Second Republic. Comme le ver de terre tourne, this revolutionary government was headed by Louis-Napoleon, a nephew
of Napoleon Bonaparte, who won the French Presidential election of the Second Republic on December 10, 1848. The Second Republic in its turn lasted until December 2, 1851, when Louis-Napoleon staged a successful coup d'etat and dissolved the National Assembly.
In January 1852, by Presidential fiat, he established the Second French "Judeo-Masonic" Empire with himself, of course, as Emperor.
It was during those days that the first Foucault pendulum experiment was showcased at Meridian Hall in the Paris Observatory on February 3, 1851. A peculiar yet somewhat eventful gesture, a demonstration of intellect
and cosmology underwritten by the Judeo-Masonic government, the pendulums would become a sort of popular craze. With publicity from the liberal establishment, there was stoked an eggheaded enthusiasm around them, because they supposedly added a new fixture
of propaganda in favor of the doctrines of scientific materialism. It was part of the scientific materialist and socialist climate after the communist wave of revolutions of '48, that followed in their course after the Enlightenment and the French Revolution.
For the first demonstrations
decorative advertisements were circulated, inviting people "to come to see the Earth turn."-5 Despite the inherent faultiness of the concepts involved in the pendulum's desideratum, the show would go on to become a relatively popular success, a wonder
at the mall.
the first exhibition in February at Meridian Hall was dubbed a winner ("winner winner, chicken dinner") a second one followed at the "Pantheon" in Paris in late March. It would be an even more impressive demonstration, since it would be the largest and heaviest
pendulum the world had seen up to that time; and, of course, for credibility and the white coat bona fides, it was a continuation with due scientific and cultural endorsement from the liberal Judeo-Masonic government of the Second Republic, and its media,
the daily publication "Le National" on March 26, 1851, they were writing excitedly, "Have you seen the Earth go round? Would you like to see it rotate? Go to the Pantheon on Thursday, and, until further notice, every following Thursday, from ten a.m. until
noon. The remarkable experiment devised by M. Leon Foucault is carried out there, in the presence of the public, under the finest conditions in the world. And the pendulum that is suspended by ... expert hand from Soufflot's dome clearly reveals to all eyes
the movement of rotation of the Earth."-6
Soufflot's dome of the Pantheon was the highest and
most famous dome in Paris, in what formerly had been the Basilica of St. Genevieve, a large and historic Roman Catholic Church. For the occasion, Foucault had made a pendulum 67 meters long with a large brass bob of 28 kilograms. Describing his famous experiment, Foucault wrote, "the phenomenon develops calmly, but it is inevitable, unstoppable. One feels, one sees it form and grow steadily; and it is not in one's power to either hasten it or
slow it down. Any person, brought into the presence of this fact, stops for a few moments and remains pensive and silent; and then generally leaves, carrying with him forever a sharper, keener sense of our incessant motion through space."-7
One of these tricky old pendulums requires care to manage, because imprecise construction can cause additional or retarded veering. If there is deficient animation, it will dampen the oscillation too much, so a "little
electromagnetic drive" or "other" is incorporated to keep the bob swinging along in its unique patterns of swing -- and some will be restarted regularly.-8 They typically have special rigging hidden away at the top that helps them to sway a certain way.
As Marshall Hall described the one at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, at the very top of the pendulum, next to the cable mounting, there is a small motorized pin that always stays
horizontally opposed to the cable. This pin rotates very slowly (also as it depends on latitude), so as to always ensure the pendulum’s reliability, according to Foucault's law of theta, when hitting the little radial teeth below, once every hour, as
it swings back and forth; and the pendulum is cranked and triggered up every morning by the caretaker or the monkey and the engineer.
The pivot mounting at the top permits the bob
to waggle slowly over the cumulative degrees. There is a little ring through which the cable descends that determines the arc of the bob’s gradual swinging motions. The cable through the ring will become visibly off-centered at times, and will be pulled
back to another edge as needed, renewing a full swing, when the pendulum appears to be running down.
After being reset, the cable holding the bob can be seen to twist and tweak.
Viewed up close, the twisting can go one way and then the other at times, almost like the thing had been wound up like a little swing on a playground and then let go. The little noticeable off-center positions of the cable, through the arc-controlling ring,
are a feature which helps give momentum and bias in the direction of the slowly curving oscillation.-9
They may vary in some details of design, but, nevertheless, vexans pede, they
are driven, damped, and tuned. If not tweaked as needed, the bob tends to lose its pattern, and it becomes difficult to see the precession. Thus Foucault pendulums are not truly free-swinging pendulums, but rather damped, constrained, and charged up per contrivance
In summary, unlike other pendulums that anchor the weight in one plane, a Foucault pendulum allows the anchor to rotate. The pivot mounting at the top, at the
suspension point, lets the weight swing in any of an infinite series of vertical planes, so the plane of the pendulum will rotate around a full circle over a given period of time.
imagine that this is how science would like to prove that the Earth revolves is ridiculous; and one funny thing about all these demonstrations is that no one anywhere actually ever sees the Earth rotate by watching the pendulum, of course. People could laugh
and imagine this must be a joke. Watching a Foucault pendulum all day to tell that the Earth spins is like studying a turtle's shell to learn how birds fly. Like the turtle, the Earth does not fly, certainly, but the Foucault pendulum is on its way, sort of.
There have been
many of them around the world, and people can watch any one of them all day and never see the Earth moving. Rather they will get a neck ache and only see the pendulum's swing, yet modernist scientific materialism and the Grand Orient Freemasonic
Lodge of France have been willing to rest the case for a moving Earth on these pendulums since 1851, and they do not want to stop the game now.
They are as far along with the program as CNN, CBS, "60 Minutes", and the UN. With scientific materialism has come elevation and social position for some, broadcast like E = MC^2 news from the Federal Reserve Bank.
Some have grown big in the advantage, invested in the "space age" news that comes with it, where the position is isotropic yet unique. And more than anything else from the bag of
abstract theories of Einstein or Newton, these pendulums are the only signs they would have to show for any proof of the preposterous notion that the Earth orbits the Sun.
However, as much as television, the back and forth, back and forth, may have an hypnotic effect, hypnotizing the public like a giant pocket watch, with aethereal invocations intoned over
a naive ruminating flock: "O immanis pecoris, O custos immanior ipse … O immanis pecoris, O custos immanior ipse": of a monstrous flock, the more monstrous guardian.
"Deinde illorum membra novus solvit torpor, et somno se traduntur"(10), then a strange numbness slackens their limbs, and they are surrendered to sleep. "O immanis pecoris, O custos
immanior ipse".... of a dirty flock, dirtier shepherds, and sleepy, soon getting sleepy.
bene dormit qui non sentit quam male dormiat". And he sleeps well who does not realize how badly he sleeps. A question of bias really, yet laws help those who are awake, not those
who are asleep: "vigilantibus, non dormientibus, iura subveniunt".
While the Foucault pendulum has been introduced with important support, with impeccable, practical,
and scientific principles in mind, supposedly, of course, these pendulums are an absurd deception and make an ironic proof in cosmology for an Earth that is evidently immobile. They not only entertain, therefore, they offer a convincing case for the stationary Earth
of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Hipparchus, Ptolemy, Tycho Brahe, Francis Bacon, Giovanni Riccioli and the Church and the Bible.
Having been put forward as electromagnetically and mechanically neutral devices, with no hidden devices or tricks up the sleeves, the electromagnet under the pendulum is supposedly there only to counteract friction of the
air. Interestingly, the same man, M. Leon Foucault, who invented the famous pendulum with its mysterious gyroscopic affects that would somehow show how the earth could be spinning, also invented the gyroscope in the same year. So it seems reasonable to assume, since it is an old fool's hoax anyway (that the earth moves to orbit the sun), that he must have added a little hidden gyroscope setting. It would appear that something like that
is involved in the trick, tucked away in the design.
At times the bobbing triangulations
of the political, social, and religious atmosphere are more subtle with manipulation, machination, and peculiar symbolism than many people may imagine. There is even a peculiar sign like the immobility of the Earth, like a billboard everywhere, that sometimes
may be difficult to ignore except to it express the wrong way.
The Pantheon of Paris, for example, where Foucault's pendulum began its odd career, is located on Mont St. Genevieve,
a wide hilltop area overlooking all of Paris. The historic place was named after St. Genevieve, one of the patron saints of France, who as a young shepherd girl helped organize and inspire the Parisians of her day to stand fast against Attila the Hun's armies,
when the Huns had been conducting deadly raids of plunder all around them, devastating Gaul, and preparing final attacks against the city in 451 AD. Only a little while before, Nicasius, the Bishop of Rheims, had been slaughtered at the altar of his church
and the city ruthlessly sacked by the barbarians. When news came that Attila's horde was on the horizon riding en route specifically for Paris, the people began to evacuate at once, almost in a panic from the vision of their doom; but St. Genevieve persuaded
them to defend the city instead, and to prevent the dreadful scourge of Attila's horde with penance, prayer, and Christian readiness for battle. Events verified her counsel when Attila changed his plans and broke camp, abandoning the walls and his
siege of the fortified city.
In 502 AD, King Clovis and Queen Clotilde had directed that a
special chapel dedicated to the Holy Apostles be built on the hill where St. Genevieve had had the habit of praying, as she often followed a path commemorated later by the name Rue de la Montagne-Sainte-Genevieve. The life of St. Genevieve had been one of
great austerity, constant prayer, and works of Christian charity. She was a consecrated virgin and pious ascetic from her youth, and in 512 AD, when she passed away, the people buried her on top of the little mountain where later the chapel would be that would
also become Mont St. Genevieve. Her feast day is celebrated January 3.
When the chapel had been built up through the years into a larger Church and Abbey, it was rededicated in
her name, as she was one of the three prinicpal patron saints of France, honored and belovèd at a national and religious level along with King Louis IX and Joan of Arc. The place had been supporting a monastery and Catholic school, but in the wake
of the Freemasonic Revolution of 1789 the buildings were taken over by the atheistic state, and the main Church was quickly converted into a secular mausoleum. In 1790 the Revolutionary Assembly declared all religious vows void and evicted all residents of
the monasteries. There were thirty-nine Augustinian canons at St. Genevieve's who were peremptorily thrown out. In 1791 the property was taken over by the National Constituent Assembly, and it was renamed the Panthéon, and altered to be a burial place
for distinguished and scientific Frenchmen like Voltaire and Rousseau. This was the end of the abbey and school that became the Panthéon, under the secularist domain of the revolution; and to add revolutionary insult to injury, with a touch of blasphemy,
the relics of St Genevieve were taken out and publicly burnt and wasted at the Place de Grève in 1793.
It was all part of an historic change, and fifty-eight years later, as the Panthéon, the location would be used as the appointed site to host demonstrations
to the world of Foucault's pendulum, the stupendous hoaxem. So when the insane thing was showcased there, to a naive and manipulated public, obviously it was also a weighted propaganda coup, an exercise for secularism, liberalism, and scientific materialism
against tradition and the Church, et cetera. It was a sign of the political and social powers of revolutionary France that were ascendant.
Soufflot's Dome, in an historic Church building like St. Genevieve's, that had been secularized by the revolutionary and atheistic powers of the state, would be a place to engage special tactics, to stick a finger from
weird science into the eye of old Aristotle, and further undermine the authoritative Bibilical view of a stationary Earth at rest at the center of the cosmos, an aspect of creation that was brought into existence for the benefit of mankind. "For the average
person, all problems date to World War II; for the more informed, to World War I; for the genuine historian, to the French Revolution,"(11) and there is no reason to forget about Foucault, Louis Napoleon, and 1848 to 1851.
Billed as the ingenious experiment in which Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, and Newton would be vindicated, by a brilliant example of
new science, the Foucault pendulum's putative proof of rotation of the Earth actually fails. Nevertheless, from within its sphere, it would be propelled onto the world stage from the Panthéon, like a little municipal god of mechanistic atheism. The
third series of well publicized exhibitions in 1851 followed in the ancient cathedral city of Reims, where for many years France's kings had been crowned.
Reims was an ancient city
with deep religious and patriotic significance for France, and all of Christian Europe. As early as 250 AD, pagans there had been converted to Christianity in the old Roman city, and a Church had been built by the year 400. It was in Reims that St. Remigius
had baptized King Clovis, following his conversion during the Franks' victory against the Alamanni at the Battle of Tolbiac in 496.
Clovis and his army had been about to lose the
day, and were in a desperate situation, when he prayed aloud to the God of Christianity for help, looking up to clouds and sky, willing to make a deal: in such urgency, in fact, that if he should win the battle by some divine aid, he would convert. As if by
the mysterious hand of a higher power, who was answering his prayer, things miraculously began to turn around, and the Franks held on against the surging ferocious enemy, and regrouped and routed the Alamanni. Clovis was convinced that it had been through
special intervention of a higher power, and afterward was baptized into the Catholic faith in a public ceremony for all the people to see. A paving stone in the cathedral nave commemorates
the historic sacrament, with the inscription, "ICI SAINT REMI BAPTISA CLOVIS ROI DES FRANCS".
In 1211, a magnificent cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic art and architecture,
with over 2,500 statues, was completed on the site of the ancient church, and in this place of worship, and cultural and religious patrimony, 25 French kings would be crowned. Thus Reims would become a center for royal coronations for many years, since the
nation and the state wanted to link their solemn customs with their Christian heritage. A Foucault pendulum set up in the Cathedral of Reims, then, could be interpreted as a sort of Republican or communist spectacle to further undermine the teaching authority
of the Church, and change the people's traditional worldview and faith, et cetera.
Following the ones in Reims, other exhibitions were carried out for the public at the Cathedral
in Rennes, Brittany, and many more followed. In 1851 there were also demonstrations at the Radcliffe Library at Oxford; ones at Geneva, Switzerland; Dublin, Ireland; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Colombo, Ceylon; and three more in the U.K. at Bristol, then the York
Cathedral, and then in London, and enthusiastic promotions of it were also made in New York City. And very telling, not least, the last public presentations of Foucault's pendulum that year took place in Rome at the Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius in Vatican
Carried out under the high dome of the baroque church building, this final step for Foucault's pendulum in the year 1851 was an important publicity stunt of scientific
materialism, since it was arranged in what had been up until then a last bastion of anti-Copernicanism. This performance would signal again the major objectives of communist and socialist revolution over the long term, in tune with heliocentrism, and
with something as stupid as the Foucault pendulum: successful inversion of a fundamental change in the worldview and attitudes of the common people, the Church, and of societal institutions at large. Family, kin, community, nation, religion, academia, business,
media and government would tend more towards the modernist programs of liberalism, socialism, communism, secular humanism, and scientific materialism, and the cosmological theory that the Earth does not have a fixed place or unique significance in space,
but rather it rotates and orbits the sun, and is within the order of an insignificant pebble or the oddity of a lost rock at the edge of existence.
In the following decades, Foucault
pendulums remained somewhat popular, but over time they fell away from their first fame. Since most people are not that interested in that kind of thing, they naturally became a little marginal, but in 1902 a well publicized replay of the initial run
of experiments was done again at the Panthéon of Paris.
Foucault himself had passed away in 1868, and the well-known astronomer Camille Flammarion presided over the commemorative
gathering. Giving homage with a retrospective tribute to Foucault, before the bob was set loose, he said, "the most magnificent lesson in popular astronomy ever given to the public was surely the memorable experiment conducted at this very place half a century
ago by Leon Foucault. It was a practical, evident, and majestic demonstration of the movement of rotation of our globe and a grammatical affirmation of the title 'planet', or 'moving star,' to the world in which we live."-12
After the Minister of Public Instruction, M. Chaumie, lit a great match to kindle the thread holding the pendulum's weight to the side, Flammarion further declared with some enthusiasm, as the pendulum swung away
in front of the audience, "the image of Galileo has just passed before our eyes."-13
Recalling the controversy of Galileo, and the social, political, and religious context
of heliocentrism and scientific materialism, he continued to say for the audience that "the doctrine of the Earth's movement has changed philosophy as a whole. It is the greatest moral and ethical revolution in the history of mankind."-14
Thus, in attempting to give heliocentrism the only legitimate theoretical and physical proof that it has had even down to today, Foucault's pendulum is a mysterious and revolutionary image of propaganda.
For a supposed triumph of science, in regard to the theories of Copernicus, it would represent a step forward in the progress of scientific knowledge against ignorance. Yet even if presented with a straight face, as offering definitive proof of the rotation
of the Earth, by having discovered its unique and cosmically “fixed plane” of oscillation, it still seems odd or downright ridiculous.
In its strange way of preferment,
with its peculiar approval in the modern scientifc community, the Foucault pendulum has spread everywhere -- like an ignorant curse from underground Babylon, and with enough abstraction, ceremony, and say-so publicity to make them “centerpieces in some
of the most influential places in the world.”-15 Many popular museums and universities have housed or house working replicas, and wherever they go, they have been set up like altars of absurdity, with elegant marble railings or mahogany balustrades,
and floor stars, and so forth.
One of the largest and most impressive ones was put up by the
Bolsheviks at St. Isaac’s Cathedral in Leningrad on April 12, 1931, in the presence of over seven thousand viewers. Like St. Genevieve's in Paris eighty years before, the former cathedral had been turned by the soviets into the "Antireligious Museum"
in 1930, and was one of the main centers of atheistic propaganda in the USSR.
They have mesmerized and fooled unthinking millions. One year after the first secretive Bilderberger
meetings in the Netherlands, the liberal government of Holland donated the UN’s own Foucault pendulum for the great entrance hall at the General Assembly building in New York. The UN was founded in 1945, the first Bilderdberger meetings were in 1954,
and the Netherlands made its historic donation in 1955.
At times, perhaps, it has been a prominent
feature there, an angel heart tracing Foucault’s signature rose curve within a circle, through the course of the hours, to show naive onlookers the supposed rotational spin of the Earth. At 75 feet long, with a 200 pound gold-plated sphere, partially
filled with copper, suspended at the end of a stainless steel wire, it is supposed to be fine and impressive proof of the Earth’s movement in space down through the ages, but it does not really make good sense.
For all the nonsense, Foucault's pendulum is driven, damped, tuned, and equipped with a little hidden gyroscope. If at the equator its so-called fixed plane of cosmic oscillation swings back and forth, without the gradual
sideways rotations as in other locations, it is because that has been the adjustment for it there. Almost like Libor (the London Interbank Offered Rate, and ICAP), it is jimmy-rigged by an occult hand and has property adjustments as needed, according to an
internal panel of manipulation. It follows the theory and befuddlement of Foucault's sine law because it is an elaborate ruse.
Wherever it goes, Foucault’s pendulum and its sine of theta law are ridiculous, especially in Quito and along the whole equator. As George Berkeley correctly pointed out in “The Analyst”, division
by zero is not an infinitesimal sign of infinity. It is completely undefined and has zero value. Division by zero has no meaning, nothing more than zero, since there is no number which multiplied by zero will give any value other than zero. Therefore, at the
equator, they should just cut the cable and admit that it has all been only in some mischievous "New World Order" fun, and the sun orbits the earth ... and sorry for any damages or erroneous things arising from multivarious confusion.
If there could be any doubt, when it comes to division or multipilcation by zero, put the zero first to see what it really does. It does nothing as nothing generates nothing. There is no number multplied by zero that
gives any value other than zero, therefore, division by zero is as meaningless, and so is Foucault's pendulum at the equator ... other than as scientific materialist hoaxem and a gateway drug into heliocentrism.
What a long strange trip some of it has been, and NASA continues to make fake voyages to Pluto and Mars and outer space at the cost of billions upon billions of dollars, and the stuff inside the bag is smokey bad. If other
than stoned and obtuse, it is mathematically meaningless at the equator in terms of establishing any rotation of the Earth, then it is meaningless in those same terms everywhere else, also on Pluto and Mars. A mathematical sign of absurdity like
that, for irony's sake, would at least have value as a universal.
From the North pole to the South pole, if not cranked up, driven, damped, and tuned in the first place, it eventually
will come to rest, and remain at rest, as the earth is always at rest before it under the influence of natural "gravity", ea collectione naturae. Simile gaudet simili not necessarily by the Newtonian inverse squared. Newton’s first law, “
… of uniform motion in a right line” is not correct anyway, since all things loosed across the Earth tend to come to rest, as the Earth is always at rest before them.
But instead heliocentrics will claim the pendulum does remain in a greater fixed-plane of cosmic oscillation along the Equator, not only as a joke, but as an infinitesimal sign of infinity, indicative of the theoretical infinite horizontal plane of Galileo
By the strange lights of the Mendacitron*, then, and Foucault’s sine of theta law, by stepping carefully between grades in latitude, and in different directions
within the two hemispheres, North and South, if people can believe it, T = 24/sin(theta/latitude) no matter the confusion -- and the Earth is flying around in space, at many different speeds at once, to orbit the Sun.
(*mendacitron: a modernist, scientific materialist, digital liar's magic box. The Mendacitron would be the big one that has all the government tax dollars and debt and education funding, collected under the "Federal
Rezerve Bank", and connected to a big secret switchboard.)
If one clown from the Consensus Gentium Colloquium said to another, "let's go to the UN to watch the Foucault pendulum, so we can
see the Earth rotate", and the other asked, "how does it do that"?
The first could explain that "it goes about delineating a fixed-plane of cosmic oscillation, as it goes curving
around slowly in circles."
"Fantastic by zooks", the second clown could say, and ask again, "how does it do that? How can it find a fixed-plane of oscillation, since the Earth
everywhere is moving anyway ... and no one can recognize any of that rotation and velocity in the first place"?
The pendulum would have to be suspended from a manifestly fixed-point
for it to be valid proof of a valid fixed-plane of oscillation. How would Foucault’s pendulum find a fixed-point of suspension, of absolute rest, on a moving Earth anyway, to detect the cosmic alignment of the so-called fixed-plane of oscillation? If
the Earth were really moving in the first place, it is not logical, since it is attached from the ceiling of a building evidently connected to the walls and to the floor, and all of that
is inescapably bound to the Earth, which is supposedly wheeling around like a bowling ball through the years.
"Ubi deest hoc orbis", where this circle ends, mind floating by like
an incoherent cloud, non compos mentis sunt: and we must make separation between reason and unreason, between unstoned and stoned, for it is by a gradual shifting in the plane of the swing of the oscillation that people are to believe that they have seen the
earth turn. It is sad as Keats that rubes and many otherwise innocent minded people are expected to follow it and then believe that the Earth is to fly and orbit the Sun, when all
they can discover -- again and again ---is that it is the mawkish bob, in fact, that is moving around and around, not the Earth.
Sunset fading like trances of air, like some dysphoric
parting of old friends, who were once better acquaintances, even Catholic Church scholars and authorities, oddly enough, have caved in to this ridiculous, deceptive, and perhaps mildly
"O sweet fancy! let her loose;
Where's the cheek that does not fade?
When the Night does meet the Noon
In a dark conspiracy
To banish Evening from her sky."
It was the research opinion of two noted English Catholics of the 19th century, Roberts and Mivart, "by what they termed incontrovertible
evidence", that the Church's condemnation of heliocentrism and Galileo had been pronounced with infallibility; yet in 1911, for example, a Jesuit priest J.G. Hagen wrote a major treatise published by the Vatican called "The Rotation of the Earth: Its Mechanical
Proofs Ancient and New." In this book, Hagen naively described in detail the Foucault pendulum experiments and credulously explained Foucault's "sine law" and "how it works", giving credence to the basic heresy of heliocentrism and the unreal and completely
undetectable details of the "unaccelerated" rotation of the Earth. Hagen's writing made it clear that it was his opinion that Foucault's experiment and theoretical proof were finally convincing.
Gutta cavat lapidem, non vi, sed saepe cadendo. The drop hollows the stone not by force but by constant dripping.
Even the Vatican II modernist Pope John Paul
II made official and bowing apologies to Galileo and the liberal major media, scraping about for publicity's sake, in October, 1992, over the old inane and unscientific heresy of heliocentrism, which has always been against the unanimous opinion of the Doctors
of the Church, and contrary to scripture and common sense and all scientific observations. Heliocentrism down to today has not even a thread of validity from scientific evidence in its favor, other than the old post hoc ergo propter hoc dance, which some say
is about as old as the oldest profession.
If the Earth were moving according to heliocentrism, wherever the show went, the Earth itself would take the pivot mounting, the suspension
point from where the pendulum is hooked, the whole thing, and the building, the people, the great the small the unwashed and Godzilla along with it. No matter what brand of universal swivel joint it would be suspended from, the Earth around it, already, is
supposedly in motion at tremendous astronomical velocities wherever it goes. If the pendulum is constantly swinging in the same fixed-plane, while the Earth beneath it and the roof above rotate, by the cosmos what force could be holding the plane of oscillation
in place? If the plane of the pendulum’s swing were really fixed, with respect to what could it be fixed, since everything else around it, and to which it has been connected, is moving, according to heliocentrism and Einstein?
There would be nothing authentically stationary involved in the placement effects, since all is only relative, so to what absolutely fixed yet overlooked point could it be connected?
The answer must be a cartoon mystery. "Mix a little mystery with everything, and the very mystery arouses veneration. Cautious silence is the
holy of holies of worldly wisdom, and you imitate the divine way when you cause men to wonder and watch."-16 Fabulous, yet the pendulum is not connected to any of the celestial spheres,
from that of the Moon to the furthest planets and stars, and all animation going up or down contradicts heliocentrism anyway, and even cartoons like "Space Ghost" do not have the Earth moving.
Its only connection is on Earth, which is supposedly flying as revolving through space; yet somehow the Foucault pendulum, wherever
it goes, has discovered a mysteriously fixed-point, which is stationary with respect to the rest of the universe by some ineffable power. How could it have made such a unique connection,
since things are not stationary with respect to the General Assembly of the UN, or to the Earth and the Heavens? What kind of fixed-point could that be? There could be something extraordinarily contradictory, yet preternatural or supernatural at work, and
Foucault the old cock found it with a little magnetized gyroscoped setting, and some steel cable, and a heavy pendulum bob, obviously driven, damped, and tuned?
To justify his crazy
discovery, Foucault used Isaac Newton’s somewhat faulty yet unclear heliocentric concept of "absolute space". Foucault would write that the plane of swing was actually, “fixed in absolute space”, as he put it, “while we and the planet
rotated right under it.” Foucault wrote that “the plane of oscillation of the pendulum is not a material object. It does not belong to the support, or to the table, or to the circle. It belongs to space --- to absolute space.”-17
However, this is not so scientific and not true by any fashion, not by the percentages or the experience, since the simple fact is that it is a material object and a material force; and space
that is traceable by objects is not "absolute" except in terms of local identity. For space traced by objects to be "absolute", in the sense characterized by Newton, where absolute does not mean the limit of simple mix and actual concurrence, it would need
to be infinite; but the space marked by objects is not infinite, of course. Since the world of physics is qualified by extension and divisibilty in cause and effect, it is not possible that natural space delineated by objects is infinite. When considered
absolutely, therefore, the notion of infinity always proves that that which is absolutely infinite cannot be excelled; and that, therefore, that which would be called infinite cannot be rendered in a set distribution, or any series of many parts, no
matter how many.
Newton himself described "absolute space" as immovable. "Absolute space, in its own nature, without regard to anything external, remains always similar
and immovable."-18 The Foucault pendulum clearly then is not any part of absolute space more than a lost shoe.
In the Medieval drifts, Scotus figured rightly that “any perfection
that can exist in numerically different things is more perfect if it exist in several than if it exist merely in one. Therefore, what is absolutely infinite cannot be found in several numerically different things," since, as he correctly observed, "that which
is absolutely infinite cannot be excelled".-19
Beyond any perfection or resilience gathered among numbers, that would become greater as the numbers increase, a perfection that
is infinite is forever, and beyond all numbers, things, and locations, and simply cannot be numbered or increased. Something like what the Foucault pendulum would pretend to capture cannot be found by any number of oscillations, because "absolute space", if
it exists in the sense of indivisibility, would be like absolute infinity, and could not be fathomed by sides or parallel, this way or that, even with as much innumerability as would be possible.
An innumerability of great quantities, μεγάλος ποσότητες, great amounts at the
greatest and greatest, would represent only a so-called "limit of inifinity", or just another limit.
The matrix of space known to natural science represents a composite continuum,
a continuous distribution set by circles of circles, and spheres upon spheres, and percentages that contain various divisibilities, et cetera. There are the heterogeneous and anisotropic solutions and the homogenous and isotropic. Such a field is not "absolute"
in the too easily misappropriated Newtonian sense of "infinite".
A comically foolish thing to believe "that the plane of oscillation of the pendulum is not a material object", as
Foucault wrote, and that "it does not belong to the support, or to the table, or to the circle", and that rather "it belongs to space -- to absolute space".-20 When the space is created, it certainly does belong to the support and the table, and to the structure
of the circle where it is, and to the Earth, and to its natural space, which is not absolute but an aggregation or congregation of quanta in elements. Even the whole world is too narrow a bridge for Foucault to cross and set up shop, since the idea does
not fit the scene.
"Haec aequatio ne credite, quidquid commixtio est", do not believe
this contraption, or the equation, whatever the mixture is. "Aliquis latet error", some trick lies hidden, for sure. "What more than madness has possessed your brains? Trust not Greeks and Freemasons bringing strange gifts like this. Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes,"
"If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they do not have to worry about answers".-22 And after
looking at it closely, it becomes more and more a worldwide joke of the fool once removed. Is it the pendulum that is really moving around clockwise, and so slowly for something astronomical, at the floor of the UN, as it appears, or is that just what it looks
like? And is the Earth from underneath the UN spinning away counter-clockwise in space, viewed from above the North Pole, as undetectably as unaccelerated, as perfectly as the calendar all the time, in its supposed flight around the sun, to make it look like that?
Wherever it hangs, going about its funny business, it is contacting the only fixed-point on Earth and in the cosmos. That would have
to be a scam, unless the Earth is not moving as well; yet as many people are invited to believe in it as look at it for the confusions of heliocentrism and the relativity that it represents.
If a clever mechanic took one from a ceiling where he found it, and hung it up at some other point, like at Sea World in Orlando, Florida, or in a high vaulted café down in Costa Rica,
that used to be a Cathedral perhaps, but became secularized as part of timeshare resorts, it works just the same. The principle of confusion continues wherever one may discover it. As the ancient Romans used to say, “parvus error in principium, magnum
It fairly can be supposed to be swinging from an unmoved point, exspatiated in the top and center, in virtue of the fixed-plane of oscillation, even if from the
other point the Earth would rotate beneath it. Then every point on Earth where it would be becomes an immoveable if separate corner, oddly enough, and all one needs to do for demonstration is hang a Foucault pendulum from it.
If Umberto Eco would agree that "every point in the universe is a fixed point: All you have to do is hang the Foucault pendulum from it", he would be partially correct. Every point in the universe where a Foucault pendulum
could be imagined is not necessarily a fixed point. For example, if one were on the Moon, the Sun, or Mars, there would be added carry, but all places across Earth where they actually may be installed are as fixed as the mailing address.
This way the reality of an immobility of place accordingly at rest at the center of the cosmos becomes not so unbelievable. It is not so far out of reach, contrary to Einstein, Engels, Marx, Newton,
Galileo, Kepler, and Copernicus. Thanks to its ironic and counter-intuitive sense of things around the Earth, Foucault’s pendulum shows that a vast design of rooted immanence would be hidden anywhere one of these contraptions dangles from a swivel socket.
Even with such a brilliant invention for proving that the Earth does not move, that it does not orbit the sun, some witnesses to one of these exhibits may chew gum and walk away, or dance
unobtrusively, smoke an electronic cigarette, look at it, and regard it as a matter of profound indifference in the end, whether the Earth revolves to orbit the sun, or the sun revolves to orbit the Earth. And like such an odd average from afar, some of the
crowd may not ever be able to tell what is really going on with it anyway, one way or the other, except for the generality, as much as they could possibly like to think about it.
As much as they could look at it, examine it, and contemplate this sort of thing, it really is most appropriate only as some form of innocent mechanical entertainment. For many clerks of the market, and visitors to a Foucault pendulum, it is not that serious is it? What goes up must come down, and it could become tiresome to examine the subject too critically. If there is relief in abandonment and still waters run deep, there should not be too much worry for gadgets.
mathematician Simon LaPlace said "the most important questions in life are, for the most part, really only problems of probability." Therefore, many could regard it as an irrelevant
survey question in the end, just another guess or sketch of which is which for a contest drawing. But seeing is believing, if sometimes going to sleep, scientifically.
"When do we
get there?" the little Dutch boy asked. He would illustrate to friends how he saved the dike with a finger. "It was that one" he would say, "and a long time to wait for the Council to
remove the North Sea by digging a new seabed in Germany." In those days it was simple heroics of happenstance, and relative size of convenience, being stuck in place compared with what goes on in the world today.
Science may say that it is the Earth that is in motion out the window, but some others may wonder if it is the Foucault pendulum from the UN. Yet
who cares and why bother? Most people do not ever know who it is who lives down the other end of the street, or at least not that often. On average, Americans today move about 12 times in a lifetime, and many millions of people move every year; yet if death is a machine, the machine of death is programmed to want everybody dead, and it seems there may be no escape.
over here or there, confronted with the ancient burdens of life, and predicaments of the human condition, some folks may become defensive about what is right to think about such strange things and more easily fall in with the crowds. Never mind the pendulum
or the Earth so much, which way are they going, the other people?
Well, they called Barbara Streisand "Babs" for fun. She did not mind since it sounded better than "Boobs", and
at the beach she would sing, "People, people who need people are the luckiest people in the world."
And one day, when Diogenes saw the son of a prostitute throwing stones at a crowd,
he said, "careful son, you might hit your father".
For in the country or the town, "all things are property
of the wise", and "a fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees". Therefore, the more real and profound question is where to live and how to meet girls. What is going on with real estate these days and what to do about cars and traffic? How
to be happy, well liked, well received, and how to become a millionaire or at least live like one. How to make friends and community partners and how to get along without too many debts wrecking the coop?
How to have fun, and how to get out of jail, if that happens from too much fun. How to escape any unexpected worst case scenarios, whatever they may be, and if things should go intolerably wrong, and bad, so bad, and they do not
work out at all, in spite of continuous best efforts, the question whether to commit suicide -- not whether the Earth is spinning and how a Foucault pendulum really works. Nobody notices that part or really cares anyway.
As Camus wrote in "The Myth of Sisyphus" that "whether the earth or the sun revolves around the other is a matter of profound indifference. To tell the truth, it is a futile question.
There is but one truly serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy. All the rest— whether
or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories — comes afterwards. These are games; one must first answer. And if it is true, as Nietzsche claims, that a philosopher, to deserve our respect, must
preach by example, you can appreciate the importance of that reply, for it will precede the definitive act. These are facts the heart can feel; yet they call for careful study before they become clear to the intellect."