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Re: John Michell lecture
May 17, 2016, 15:28
nigelswift wrote:
tiompan wrote:
As I have said I'm happy where ever it is .
The holder of the dosh and checker of the data is all important .

But who can check today's observations retrospectively?

Quite , on the other hand I have done so many and if they are solar they can be checked within a year . Recent examples include Nant Tarw and other Welsh sites (all four solstices ) Men an Tol , Geoffs stone in Derbyshire .None of which have their details in the literature or at least not all four solstices etc .
Loads of others from earlier , easily checked and refuted if wrong .
Considering the number of people here who actually visit sites and can confirm , times , dates and locations on the horizon the referee problem shouldn't be a problem .
They will do ,but I just want to impact on Cerrig's pocket not his ego .
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