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52 tents

52 tents

Between 75-45000 there was a break in the ice. The ice sheets retreated, or they retreated enough to allow the pockets of people to start venturing out and around.

The ice was still present; but it was not a locked in situations.

Everyone and everything knew on top of the ice was safer than in front of it. However only humans, Cro-Magnon, and Neanderthals had the mental capacity to live up on the glacier full time.

At some point on those glaciers engineering was born.

How is happened is an unknown; however modern scholars can guess.

Need is the mother of invention. Get caught in one too many 3 month long storm where the population almost starves to death or the weaker ones do starve to death because the 100 degree below zero does not allow for the illiquiped humans to venture out for long enough time to hunt or gather food or sufficient fuel/heat sources.

Fight/curse the weather or you can innovate and make life better.


The tents were made of Akasha wood. This tabernacle is in heiroconvalous; among a complex of tabernacles.


Strongly indicating the 3800 b.c.e settlement or in this case large kingdom was ruled by set/caine type character from the bible.


Life during a glacier age would be anything but easy. It simply requires a population with a schema capable of nurturing thinkers versus western culture which fights against new ideas. Or at least fights against them till the ideas and products prove to be of value to the culture.








o  The people of KÆrn aka the People of the Stacked stones are a vaguely referenced name for a group of inner cooperative cultures who used large complicated tents; placing those tents on the moving glaciers instead of fighting the conditions on the ground. The cooperative cultures within the KÆrn are as follows;  

o  Middle East, Vinča aka Hungary, pre-Vedic India aka Indus Harappa, Pre-Pharaonic Egypt, the U.K., Asia, etc.

o  The design of a tent

o  The basic design is a tabernacle with a few necessary additions.

o  A floor, which is approximately one cubit above the frozen tundra.

o  52 tents

o  The design of several tents put together creating a community of tents. construction A-F format A-F format; A outside, B first rest/temple area (entrance; purification area), C causeway, D main entrance area (main entrance to temple), E inner sanctum, F “footprints” poem; a place to walk around getting mentally prepared for what happens in the E area. Temples usually have at least two layers of the a-f format; if not a dozen.

o  KÆrn sub culture 

o  The area and people of middle east become labeled as the Kingdom of Canaan.

o  As mentioned the tent/Tabernacle concept is how the  cultures existed on glaciers. But unlike the current understanding of a tent; the tents the People of KÆrn used were extremely complicated designs spread over several large tents (the largest of said tents/tabernacles being at or near the center of a complex of tents. Reference the name/title of the ; big/long house/structure the leader/head of.). Complete with living quarters, arboretums, storage, etc. all the amenities required for thousands and 10’s of thousands of people to live together in one of the most dangerous conditions on planet earth; living in a city on a glacier.

o  Garden in ; an enclosed arboretum. The word garden in Sumerian would indicate an enclosed arboretum. That enclosed arboretum would most likely contain a wooden structure which would eventually be rebuilt in stone when the city was descended to the ground from on top of the glacier. The wood structure would look similar in basic to a three rock megalith; more complicated designs would look closer to Stonehenge.

·     This specific Canaanite hypothesis is in brief.

o  At some point after man. We decide the only real save place to be is on the glacier. So he takes his Tent, puts a frame under it, attaches the tent securely to the frame, and places the framework on the ice. The ice top being 13000 feet above bed rock. A glacier is 2.5 miles high. 5280 x 2.5 is over 13,000 feet.

§  Noah

§  It also answers how to get a 1000 foot long ship on a mountain top. The Glacier 13000 feet high sitting on the 7000 foot bedrock surrounding Mt Ararat; 7000+13000= 20,000 feet 4000 feet taller than the mountain itself.

o  Requiring massive amounts of skills, craftsmen, metal-smiths, machinists/metal smiths, greenhouses, etc. All the operations of a city, all in tents on the ice. Tubal Cain, the first metal smith and craftsman

o  Proof tundra and Arctic cultures use or used to use tents on frames, wheeled or sleds, and lived in them. The Mongol Yurt, the Inuit still do, Uzbekistan, and some tribes still travel around using tents they just no longer need the undercarriage.

·     Construction

o  Take any average tent, the tents of the time were well beyond what any modern camper would consider average.

·     Eridu was lowered from heaven. I think it was lowered from the top of a glacier to the earth at 4000 bce. But it took Ur only a few miles away another 500 years to be founded (lowered). I think Ur was still up on a glacier till they knew the Capital was going to be safe.

·     It is not that hard if you think about it. Just put a tent on a framework; which they would have had to do anyway. All the ground would have been in various stages of tundra frozen; minus the ground around the equator. All they would have had to do is move the framework and tent up on top of the dangerous moving thing.

§  Average tent ice age tent description

·     They would have to be built strong enough to deal with several feet of snow.

·     Large predators smelling something good to eat

·     Winds in excess of 100 miles an hour; maybe even 200 mph.

·     Stamped protection internal structure; just because a wholly mammoth, wholly rhinosaurous, mastodon, etc. will not want to eat a human or for that matter eat most of the meat stored as jerky does not mean they would not step on and crush a dwelling in their way.

·     Descriptions by Jean M Auel might be as close to an accurate hypothesis as one might find facts for.

§  Average tent ice age tent

·     Solid floor made of ribs,

·     Walls supports of tusks; since the tusks can be upwards of 6-16 feet long.

·     Covering with animal hide; as thick as several inches.

o  The use of tents

§  Government

§  Library/university

§  Community building/government (depending on side of city)

§  Tannery

§  Greenhouse

§  Family dwelling/Nordic longhouse; take the same basic design of a long house and put it on skids with a rib floor. Perfect for arctic conditions; perfect then perfect now.

§  Storage

o  How to assemble

§  You have a population high enough to warrant a need for space which is not available.

§  Your population has a medium education level high enough to warrant such consideration. Every person has to be educated enough to fix problems when they come up. Live in a moving 2.5 mile high ice cold and extremely windy thing is no easy task even for a team of experts. Think Antarctica and the team of researchers present.

§  Build a framework

§  Attach a tent to the framework; fortunately the construction of the on the ground framework will work for on top of the glacier. The tent and framework have to be extra carefully attached.

§  Put the framework on skids. To slide it around the ice. Sliding from dangerous ice to safer ice.

§  If supplies for wheels are available. Put the skids on a wheel frame.

·     No evidence exists to show any of this. But nothing suggests it did not happen; in fact the Circumstantial evidence and the secondary evidence all point to this scenario to be correct. After

·      the glacier age emergency

o  The Environmental situation has changed. Instead of sheer cliffs of ice. The faces are now at better than 45‘angle. Still wide enough to support the sleds but shrinking fast.

o  Some glacier faces have collapsed and deluged the surrounding areas with massive floods. The farthest south glaciers collapsed first. Namely the glacier which sat on the site where the glacier city of Eridu would one day sit; a glacier sat their till 5400 b.c.e. the

o  2.5 miles high highly compressed ice being overwhelmed with its own weight; collapsing and allowing hectares of pend up water to cascade down.

o  Have to play a very careful waiting game.

§  Wait long enough not to be caught up in the collapse deluge. Slide and be pulled down the angled face safely to the ground.

§  Before being caught on top during the collapse.

o  Nothing indicates the “cloud cities” would have not developed ropes, block, and tackle. For no other reason than to carry supplies from ground level up to the cities with ease. Thousands of years will provide plenty of time for such innovation.

o  When it was determined time to descend. It would have been an event of proportions hard to fathom.

§  First the wanderers would have had to see something; there is not that much distance between the see and the glacier face.

§  A sudden large city in parts is lowered to the ground from 2 or less miles in the sky.

The later conquerors would have written the details down from both oral and translation accounts. From previous languages into their new language. It is no wonder the translations have major errors to them; a historian trying to faithfully transcribe “a 100,000 citizen major metropolis over the course of a summer, the buildings were slowly lowered from on top of the moving walls of ice to the ground.” When the historian would have seen glaciers but by his time the glaciers are no longer 13000 foot tall behemoths in the valley. They are instead far away up in the mountains. The highly advanced technology of the cultures who built the places would be a distant memory or a distant enemy. Any way the information is collected it would not be presented accurately; the historian would have no frame of reference in which to describe the true.



·     The people of KÆrn

o  “I will not allowed you to harm my tribe” Now if a tribe is what is called the group who live in a specific set of tents. Those tents are in a general area. That might be a very interesting definition of tribe.

§  Of course tribes lived in tents,

§  My question is did any of those tribes live up on the glacier? Life on the ground during a glacier age is one thing. Hard but manageable; since the ground is frozen and the only thing to worry about is things around moving. Up on a glacier the glacier itself moves. I reference the previous section for how glaciers can move. It requires almost every citizen to be at the top of their game to have an entire 10,000 up to and including a million person population living in tents on a glacier

o  Most of the stories and history of the people of KÆrn can be found in the mythology of the cultures conquered by monotheistic tribes.

§  Each pantheon is the realistic equivalent of a royal family.

§  Any technically advanced culture is indistinguishable from magic. Would be the perfect description of an entire culture with technical capacity to not only live in a tent during the harshest conditions imaginable. But to have 1000s of years to do nothing in their spare time to learn and build advanced machines.

§  The basic definition break down

·     Giants; A glaciers themselves. B the leaders in charge of the tent cities. What would a technically unaware and simple tribe think of those that live on the glacier; when the glacier moves would the tribe not think the people living on the glacier responsible for moving the wall.

·     Throwing Lightning bolts=A Cyclonic storms created by the glacier can create lightening in snow storms. B any kind of experimentation with electricity will produce electrical generators. Being able to use and advance the area of electrical devices would be someone capable of throwing lightening.

·     Pantheon = the royal family. King, Queen, prince/ss children, advisors, etc.


o  Evidence of the tents

§  Why did little to none of the+ actual tents from the ice age survive for archÆology to examine. They were built for function not survival; life was so hard for each item new tents would need to be under constant construction. The old tents simple rotted away based on use. Any modern day evidence of the 5000 and older tent construction would have been simple to overlook.

·     Right now biblical scholars are missing almost entirely the concept that the middle east was tundra till sometime around 3000-2500 b.c.e. when the ice to the north melted sufficiently to make the dead man zone in front of the glacier which kept the area in front of the several hundred mile long dead man zone ¼ mile off the face tundra for an additional many miles.

§  Tabernacle

§  A hundred cultures still living much the same way they did during the last glacier age

§  The tower of babble

§  The hanging gardens of Babylon

§  The word and definition of the hyperborean people.

·     This people were supposedly an extremely powerful and highly advanced culture who lived in an area where most of the descriptions make no sense to modern western culture.

·     Even through academics knows a glacier age ended 4000 years before evidence of civilization started with various inventions.


§  Neolithic towns   

·     Most towns have evidence of some kind of really ancient settlements around them.

·     Like ancient campsites and the like

·     Instead of being the town are these camp sites. How about his hypothesizes

·     Major cities have people who like to go camping. Those that like to go camping will do so depending on weather.

o  Many who choose to go camping will do in any weather conditions.

o  They like camping and roughing it for short periods of time enough that they are willing to put up with as much discomfort with the camping experience up to but not including death.

o  Because they know a warm bed is only x hours away.

o  Have fun roughing for a while. But then be able to go back home.

o  I hypothesis that the camp sites around some of the most ancient cities on record have a possibility of being some form of the following

1.  families from the tent cities out for a vacation (they had plenty) vacations with a population which has plenty is not unheard of.

2.  Wandering tribes and cultures traveling to that city.

3.  Those that are not allowed to live in the tent city but are allowed to live close by.

4.  Youth out discovering who they are. “romspringa” as the Amish call it.

§  All cultures who have a location which moves. But the movements are regulated; as in depending on what time of year is where the city can be located. The only building capable of dealing with and being on the tundra or glaciers for any length of time are tents. The nastier the conditions which last a long time the more substantial the tents have to be as well as the more technology necessary to maintain tents with a large population.


o  Current tundra living tribes/recent history tundra living tribes

§   pastoralists

§  Nomadic and patriarchal tribes

·     There is a large number of tribes which developed sufficient levels of technology in tents and such to live very comfortably. When the glacier age was over they saw no reason to stop living much the same way they did for the previous thousands of years.

·     Many of these cultures are surviving by continuing to do the same behavior patterns from glacier times to now.

·     List of nomadic and pastoral tribes

o  Sammi

o  Berbers

o  Some Arab Semitic

o  Some Jewish Semitic

o  Gypsi

·     Most of the current very ancient cultures which are still clinging to age old ways are carrying forwards the tent lifestyle they perfected during the ice age. The glaciers obviously did not come down into Africa, but that did not stop the northern tribes from seeing tent cities an copying the designs.

·     There is a fine line between a nomadic life with just enough technology to not be considered living as an animal and the concept of living just one step above.

·     Taking the basics techniques of substance agriculture, tents, etc. and expanding that base exponentially into large metropolis capable of not only sustaining life, but sustaining it during the heart of a glacier age.

·     This pastoralist lifestyle have existed for as long ago as man has thought about living with improved; eating, sleeping, mating parameters.

§  The Inuit’s have similar technology to that explained below. The variables upon living back then and now are radically different. It is possible to live very comfortably without the major technology needed to be created below. The Mongols and Inuit use much less mechanically inclined technology to live on ice sheets; but their cold climate is also forgiving. The 100 below does not happen often or last for that long. 100 mile an hour wind also do not happen very often or for a long enough period of time to make special arrangements about.

§  The difference between ice age living and present day tundra living; then the extremes were too much. Now the extremes are short term tolerable; tolerable because the threat of imminent death is not as present. Yes freezing to death is possible over hours and days, not minutes.

§  Metaphorically speaking if you are sick you get a medical general practitioner appointment sometime in the next few days. But if you are dying 911, code three. The ambulance will arrive in under 10 minutes and get you to the nearest hospital in under 15. Flight for life from 911 to the hospital in under 30 minutes. Everything during a glacier age is an emergency situation.

§  sami people, also spelled Sámi, or Saami are the arctic indigenous people inhabiting Sápmi,  1900. This culture from the northern portions of scandinavia and north west most portion of russia have lived much like they did just after desending from the glaciers. Seeing no reason to upgrade, this culture simply reduced their technological footprint to that which is needed to live.

§  If descendants wanted to have more, there are plenty of allies around which can provide a more advanced and higher level of education lifestyle.

§  gypsys 

·     es

o  The people of KÆrn started their culture between 75,000 - 40,000 b.c.e when human began to think and create using cognition as motivation. Examples of basic cognitive motivation; “I have to have x”, “I need to have x”. “I refuse to accept x as the only answer”, “you cannot die”, “there has to be a solution”, etc.

o  The not people of KÆrn

§  Not every culture living in the glacier age were capable of engineering miraculous things. Only a select few cultures for some reason had the philosophical determination as a group to maintain appropriate levels of education amongst their citizens to support life on a glacier in a group of tents.

§  For those not capable of culturally stepping up, engineering wise, each tent city would have had to figure out what to do with the week. Based on a variety of evidence each tent city and applied tent cities came up with their own rules; much like they did after coming back to live in soil.

·     From banishment, through to creating special areas where the special in a society were taken care of in hope they would do something to support the city.

·     Those banished would be left to fend for themselves on the ground. Fending for yourself would produce large amounts of anger and resentment for those living in the “lap of luxury” above the worst of the glacier conditions. The cloud cities would be seen as living in the lap of luxury by any and all living on the tundra below. Huge levels of resentment would accumulate over time.

·     As evident by the fact the cultures on the ground as soon as the “cloud cities” started to descend started to attack them to conquer them in earnest as soon as the first tent hit the ground.

·     This philosophy is key to understanding why the great pyramid was not a mausoleum but was in fact a high security vault.

o  They do not appear much in the archaeological  record; glaciers are great at destroying mountains, buildings stand literally no chance. Metaphor of a building versus a glacier would be an ant trying to stop a mile long freight train; no matter what speed the ant will be reduced to a molecularly fine powder. No possible way much evidence will be left of the ant once the entire mile long train rolls over it.

§  Glaciers and the tundra effect are not measured in one or two miles; they are measured in hundreds and thousands of miles. Not only would there be no trace of the ant after 1000 miles of glacier rolled over it, but the entire ecosystem the ant lived in would also be completely obliterated.

o  The people of KÆrn did not take long to figure out several things.

§  One the ice was not going away any time soon.

§  Two life on a tundra is no easy task

§  Three to live will require building a portable tent. But this tent has to be self-sustaining; it has to be up on skids, the floor has to be no less than 18 inches or one cubit off the frozen ground, the skids have to be attached to a frame, and that frame has to be securely connected to the tent. Absolutely everything has to be secure enough to sustain not only 150 mile an hour winds, but large animals who will eventually find their way up onto of the glacier (polar bears live on ice), 50 foot snow dumps, the motions of an unstable ice field more than 1 mile thick, etc.

§  Four the entire process of living has to be built into each tent. Each village will have to have their own sets of tents.

·     Each tent itself

o  First thing to learn is how large living quarters has to be.

o  The basic calculations;

1.  variable one what condition is the ice the tent will be on. How wide are the crags?

2.  Variable two how many people does it take to sustain a x specific temperature range. Each human gives off x amount of btu’s. X humans together the multiplication equation would be a fairly simple thing to figure out. X people are not enough, y range is ok, z is not only too many but it gets too hot.

3.  Variable three the above is partially conditioned on the size of the structure. Heaters are not as necessary provided the number of people is above y. Heaters are necessary when major storms blowing in. Then the tent engineering requires the y range huddle together in specifically designed structures in the tents to maintain a minimum of ambient temperature.

4.  Variable four calculated into the design of the tent would be ways to change the shape of both the interior and the exterior.

1.  Reference buildings in Norway since they are permanent instillation create a wedge angle. They know where the heavy and strong winds come from and the Nordics engineer accordantly.

1.  Engineering accordingly requires knowing where the wind would come from in this specific storm and creating an angle ridge in the walls. Using the walls and internal structure to instead of having a tent/sale to be captured by the wind; instead have the wind be channeled around the tent. By keeping the walls as tight as possible and angeling the walls into the face of the wind ”Flatiron Building, or Fuller Building, as it was originally called, is located at 175 Fifth Avenue in the borough of Manhattan, New York City”. the tall roof is designed to channel wind around the structure.

o  Designing the basic structure of the tent

1.  First the tent has to be approximately 18 inches or one cubit above the freezing ground. In really bad cold snaps, the distance has to increase.

2.  (since the cubit size changes based on conditions. Might the box/s containing the various ancient holy items designed to change their shape. Similar to that of a expandable/collapsible suitcase?)

3.  The framework between the wheels and the floor has to be specifically designed to ensure ease of use. Ease of use is a complicated bit of engineering. Everything depends on the frame. The frame is the most important portion of the tents engineering. Each of the other portions can have a critical failure and not be a deadly problem; the framework having a critical failure will produce death depending on how serious the engineering failure. A hole in the floor can be covered over, a hold in the tent can be patched, and skids/wheels broken weight can be adjusted to remove dependency on that side. The frame fails and all the above will not work correctly. Maintaining heat in 100 below is a get warm again in 5 minute or die, possibly 3 minutes.

4.  The floor has to be light enough not to crush the skids, the wheels, or the framework the floor is sitting on, etc.

5.  The structure holding up the tent or walls has to be engineered knowing where the loads will be coming from.

1.  The load bearing internal structure has to be engineered with the same precision as a multistory moving building.

2.  A 100 mile an hour wind has a great deal of weight behind it; the framework has to be able to sustain with 100 mile an hour wind from multiple directions.

3.  Snow fall measured in dozens of feet is very heavy. The framework has to be engineered to hold up a dozen feet of dense wet snowpack

4.  The structure also has to be designed to fluff off heavy snow pack; without the humans having to venture out to clear snow off the roof. Allow the wind and pressure angles to clear the snow off the roof.

6.  Walls of the tent have to be made of different material depending on the needs of each area.

1.  Leather,

2.  Canvas (of course for canvas a large loom and sufficient supply of cotton or other knitting material is necessary. Animal hair is good for making thread out of. It might stink when wet but warm stinky animal hair life leave off that ingredient and you freeze; give me the animal hair canvas thank you.

3.  Fur covered leather

4.  Woven together plant material

1.  Bark

2.  Leaves

5.  Paper or a rudimentary form of it.

1.  Crushed together (papyrus) pulp of different plants.



o  Designing the internal structure of the tent

1.  Each tent specific will require different engineering specs. A living quarters tent and a laboratory tent have different structural needs.

2.  But they do all have specific engineering parameters necessary to maintain survival and structural integrity.

3.  It is possible due in no small effort that human habitable tents and temperature control tents had to be extremely large e.g. more than 75 feet in diameter to accommodate all the structural needs.

4.  The below listed layers create several heat and wind safety layers.

1.  Layer one the outer walls. Outside environment, first layer

1.  The area between the first and second walls is a thermos of protection. No matter how cold it is outside; a couple feet of as sealed as possible layers will produce a marked ability to keep cold out and warm in.

2.  Second layer a few feet between the outer layer and the first inner wall.

1.  The area between the second wall and the third wall is a second thermal/vapor barrier between the outside world and the inside conditions.

2.  It also acts as a backup if the outer wall ruptures. The second wall becomes the outside wall.

3.  Third layer; a few feet between the second and third wall.

5.  Part of the “general quarters” order on a ship would be used during the heavy storms.

1.  Citizens trained in jobs where all they do during their “watch” is to look for the variety of structural integrity marks. To watch the walls, floor, support beams, etc. standard cold weather gear monitoring jobs.

2.  Another job would be to monitor and change the angle of the windward structure support. Then changing the angles of the walls to reduce the chances of the wind ripping through the walls. If the walls are kept tight; that reduces the chance of the walls ripping and letting 110 below zero air and 100 mile an hour wind in to the living structure.

3.  The workers between layer 1 and 2 would be protected enough from the cold they could spent most of their watch time between wall one and two. No need to go outside for any length of time.

4.  Have a once an hour or so “officer” go out and look to see if any changes need to be done. If the ice is developing cracks or other area changes need to take place

6.  It is possible that some kind of dragging, rigging system could be created to do small subtle movements of the tent structure. If the entire structure needed to move a few feet or so away from a potential crack in the ice, or a particularly heavy snow drift. It is possible to develop between layers 1 and 2 some kind of motion devise to drag, push, etc. the tent structure out of harm’s way. Not major motions, just a nudging motions of a under a half mile.

·     Living quarters

o  Living quarters have to be designed to accommodate for all the differing aspects of life but all those aspects have to be done inside.

1.  Sleeping, mating, infants, toddlers, politics, youthful indiscretions, boys needing to prove their worth, girls doing little girl actions, scholars, warriors, etc. all have to be accounted for by equivalent actions inside.

o  Sleeping quarters

o  Cooking areas

o  Family storage areas

o  Change shape of the tent for nasty cold snaps to ensure each group has a y calculation and not z. Z is too many in one area which causes its own problems. This technology was copied over and used in ships. Many ships could change configuration from; dinner, staterooms, battle, general quarters, extra storage, state dinners, open everything up for inspection, etc. The captains room could easily be moved around to accommodate just about any need the navy and admiralty needed those specifically designed ships to do.

1.  Remodeling a house or business has been part of construction since the first permanent buildings.


·     Medical tent

o  For larger cities someplace to put the sick and the grievously injured would become a necessity.

o  Performing all the tasks a normal hospital would perform, just in a tent on a glacier. The evidence of similar would be the research facilities in Antarctica. But conducting life in such conditions; it is not advisable to inflict young children to such conditions. No matter if they knew about germs etc. it does not take long to determine a link between infants and critical injured citizens need to have a separation between. Kids need time to play. Youth need time to explore their personalities and find mates. The sick need to heal. Creating a separation would be determined in a small time of absolute necessity for any tent city of more than x citizens.

·     Kitchen

o  A communal kitchen. A communal kitchen uses different tools and equipment to cook for the entire hundreds if not thousands of population citizens rather than just cooking for a few to a dozen. A kitchen tent or kitchen tents would be essential for major cities with over 50,000 in population.


·     Storage

o  Special tents just for needed but not every day equipment.

1.  Weapons,

2.  Super cold weather gear

3.  Fuel

4.  Building supplies to build the next tent.

5.  Building supplies to repair the existing tents.

6.  Food

7.  Day to day living supplies for the entire community. Large quantities of both raw yarn/string ready to be woven and woven string ready to be put into a loom.

8.  Human and Animal waste; storage facilities. Freeze to death or use body waist to burn in the stoves.

·     Compost

o  tents which are designed to deal with all the processes involved with composting. Since there is no soil; soil has to be created. Soil can be created or at least supplemented with fertilizer. Fertilizer is made by composting.

o  This tent will stick and draw some very unwelcome attention but is an essential part of life on a glacier.

o  The other really nice thing about composting.

1.  If you can get the engineering down. Running some kind of heat transfer material into the middle of the composting pile of more than 120 degrees is a built in major heater.

2.  Run the material from the compose piles into and around the living quarters tents.

3.  One large composting tent can if engineered correctly heat a number of tents around it. Creating a large bubble of shared body, compose, animal waste burners, and animal generated heat bloom. During the harshest of 150 below with 200 mph winds that heating system can sustain a large 10,000s of humans for weeks or months. Just keep adding waist to the compost pile, and not mind the smell.


·     Libraries/classrooms

o  Study requires concentration.

o  To maintain a proper level of education in the entire community, every citizen would be required to maintain a high degree of education.

o  Unfortunately for life and death, someone who just could not hold up intellectually might face banishment. You carry your weight or you leave. Not saying all the tent cities on the glaciers would have strict rules; but a few almost had to have strict rules.

o  To maintain an entire culture would require a room dedicated to just storing books, codex's, scrolls, any anything else capable of maintaining literacy. Scratching figures into round clay to tell a story. Carving symbols into tree/animal bones/antlers.

1.  Literature

·     Education

o  Creating a complicated verbal language would be essential to maintain this level of thriving in a glacier age. Finding the materials capable of making life incrementally better.

o  Creating a complicated written language would be just as much of a need as the parameters of maintaining heat.

1.  Every once in a while every culture develops a really intelligent person.

2.  Every few centuries someone emerges who is born and have the motivational drive to use there neuropathways to think as deep and hard of thoughts as possible.

3.  The problem has never been the concept of finding the super geniuses of the world. The problem has always been recording as much as what the genius can think of, teach everyone in the community those thoughts, and sustain the ideas and inventions the genius think over for the next generations. Which means it takes more effort to duplicate the ideas and inventions a genius thinks of than it takes that genius to think them up in the first place.

1.  a genius can think of how to build a sterling engine; but it takes the collective wisdom of the group to learn what the engine is and how best to go about implement it. Which is the person is alive they can figure out how to implement their idea; but say the idea ha been implemented but the genius was only a limited applications genius. They invented the machine for x purpose; but have no understanding how to put product x into each of the problems from a-g.


·     Laboratories

o  Every society which wants to survive must work on advancing ideas.

o  The advancing ideas concept requires a work space in which to play around with ideas.

o  The work space in academic terms is called a laboratory.

1.  A laboratory is like a school/classroom.

o  The people of KÆrn who after the glaciers retreated turned their megalithic tent shadow measurers into actual stone shadow measurement devices.

1.  To learn how to do that, required work space in which to have a concentrated area to work and think.

·     Barn Animal husbandry

o  The floor engineering for the cows will have to be just as precisely created. There is not shoveling and such. The tons of waste a day will have to be corrected for properly. Cows with filth all over there feet will produce disease. Answer creates a groove system. Create grooves for the feet and channels for the waist. So the waist as least most of it lands in the channels and is at least semi-easy to clean up.


·     Greenhouse

o  The design of the greenhouse, arboretum, etc. is one of the most important things for this entire set of cultures to design and design correctly.

o  They would have had to design them according to the following principles

1.  A huge base,

2.  The base floor would have to be capable of taking many tons

3.  The first floor would have to contain either cows or pigs to offset the slipperiness of the ice and the many feet able the ground the center of gravity would be.

4.  The second floor would be where the plants would start to be grown. The second floor plants would be placed just over the layer of animals; the plants chosen would

5.  Rotating the soil

1.  The modular technology for centuries later in tigerous and Euphrates barge boats might have come directly from the engineering of a 3 to 15 story tent. Capable of producing acres if not more crops on an every few months basis. No need to the fallow seasonal observance. Just rotate the soil out, keep the nutrient system going.

2.  Thanks to the glacier age, rotating the soil into some aspect of frozen fallow is easy. Just build another tent with a large floor. Patrician the tent into sections; each section would be for a specifically timed area for maximum fallow of nutrient soil. Then mix the soil coming off the frozen tent with compost. Then add the freshly fallowed for months soil with half and half mixture of fertilizer from the compost process and you have good fresh soil in which to plant the crops needed for food in 4 months.


o  Vegetables are an absolutely essential part of sustaining human and some animal lives.

o  Place the compost turned fertilizer into areas capable of holding soil and water.

o  Place seeds in and grow. Some plants can sustain in the shade. When it is warm enough out planet the crops requiring limited direct light.

o  Barn for housing on the first floor high heat output animals. Cows, pigs, etc. which would allow the crops to say warm, the animals to feed on the provided hay walls, and allow for a solid enough tent base to have a dozen floors of wheat/crops to feed all the cows and humans.

o  Agriculture would take on an incredibly important task. agriculture, and the beginning of the t building.

1.  wow, wow, and wow. I just tripped over the infrastructure technology of the hanging gardens of Babylon. they are in Eridu. Something I have been working on for weeks now and I just tripped over it.

2.  it also explains why the gardens could move. why the arc of the covenant could change shape (the box container not ....), and how life on the ice after Adam and eve left is possible. Thanks to the institutional memory of portable stages. If you live on tundra, you have to be able to build tents with floors a cubic (the minimum distance of thermodynamics between 100 degrees and 20 below) above the tundra and have multiple floors of wheat/etc. to feed the cows/pigs. I am thinking a cubit is whatever the distance is to keeping a vapor barrier; 130 degrees below and man at 100 degrees above. I am on my knees humbled I was allowed to see it; thank you <G)reat one.

3.  For the needs of large quantities of food; say wheat, soy, etc. the framework would have to be just a little different.

4.  The framework would of course have to be able to cover the plants when it gets cold. But most of the time when the wind is not blowing; just a wind shield is all that would be necessary to open up the green house/tent and allow the plants to get a nice bit of sun. Place cows in the bottom and they generate enough heat to cut the freeze off of most of the plants growing above.

5.  The t building structure.

6.  Build a framework with a strong floor but open sides, build the framework with just enough vertical room to allow for just the size of the plant to grow.

1.  Make a framework much like that on a construction site.

2.  The framework would have walls of almost pure polls. That way there is little if any impediment to the growth process.

3.  Which is how the hanging garden of Babylon were made. They took the framework of the tent removed the movable portions; put the moveable portions on rock. And continued having a multistory garden and crop production now a building capable of being expanded exponentially up and out.

4.  Which is also how they might have thought of the engineering to build a 50 plus story tower/ziggurat. They had to build multistory tents to house crops sufficient to feed the herbivores.

7.  Which would also allow the idea of how to

o  Greenhouse hanging gardens of babel.

1.  This concept is a very large misnomer concept.

2.  There is so many stories and so many political add in that this story is all but mythology. Adding the current papers hypothesis and theories creates a new way to decrypt this story into fact

3.  If we know every major tent city had a greenhouse. We know every greenhouse has to be of y dimensions in order to sustain y population. X dimensions will not produce enough food, z will produce too much. Storage for said extras becomes a problem. A desperate need to do exact calculations of for x people x lbs. of food in x time.

4.  Of course there is nothing that states that the wonde3ring tents did not have elaborated on the ice with other tent cities and on the ground with on the ground cultures did not happen. The y of the extra mouths would not only have to be accounted for; but the entire infrastructure of what food goes to what mouth goes from on the ground a whatever over or above is all good. If we need to store the extra we do; building a gain or other solo is an easy task. When a culture carries literally everything with them, every lbs. of additional weight is one additional lbs. of weight which has to be accounted for.


·     Food storage

o  Food storage techniques during a glacier age has unique and sometimes hard to understand properties. When out camping it is common in specific areas to need to put food and other valuables into bear proof containers or out of the reach of hungry anything.

o  In glacier age; food can be the difference between like and death. A good meal can increase the metabolism of an animal and allow them to stave off freezing to death. The breaking down food process produces heat. The broken down food also acts to provide additional energy to get more food.

o  The food storage tents would not be just another place to put stuff to eat like putting a box full of dear hair yarn away; food storage requires first disguising the smell. But do not disguise the smell so much it spoils the food. For instance do not put food in the compose tent; the cross smells will spoil the fresh food.

o  Creating specially made and strong tents and building an infrastructure in the tent which makes it extremely hard for even a bear to smell something good to eat.

·     City hall

o  A common hall/meeting house/government building/etc.


·     With properly maintained tents, even in the deepest and darkest coldest portions of a glacier age; it is possible to maintain a comfortable 60-70 degrees ambient throughout the living and working areas.

·     Wooden megalithic structure.

o  To keep track of astrophysics some kind of complicated interlocking sundial is needed.

o  Keeping track of the following

1.  time of day.

2.  Days since mid-summer

3.  Days since last mid-winter

4.  Days till the next mid-summer

5.  Days till the next midwinter.

o  This structure which would need to be both in a tent to not damage it due to storms, and open it up for sunlight. If this is true, this would be the first solarium

o  One of the most valuable things to learn about when playing around with megalithic designs is the volume of available information packed into situation so tight it is hard to process all the data.

o  The variable in megalithic architecture.

1.  First the shadows of what time it is

2.  Second the shadows of what longitudinal access you are

3.  Three where on the latitudinal access you are.

4.  Fourth the position of the planet in its orbit around the sun

5.  Fifth this is where things get interesting.

1.  Sound has been a part of the noticed megalithic examiners and scientists since Stonehenge and similar megalithic structures first starting to come into the preview of western culture. Western culture being specifically the rebuild Greco-Roman culture.

2.  Sound is a huge part of the base engineering.

3.  It does not take long working with light and sound to start noticing the structures of sound and light.

4.  The structure of sound and light match the observed structures of how magnets and electricity operate.

5.  Meaning four separate things all match in application structure.


·     Yurt/Tabernacle electro-magnetics

1.  Mecca always has been a place to invite scholars. It has always almost had large and well trained army. Mecca is also a city in which contains, or at least did before the Muslim’s tore it down, a megalithic structure I hypothesis with the same or very similar design of the wooden megalithic structure on the tent the people of KÆrn built in order to study and record weather patterns. Then started to study astrophysics. Stumbling onto the field of electro-magnetics in the process. Cycladic storms can produce lightening. Very low humidity can produce static electricity very quickly. Two very simple and easy ways in which the tent living nomadic people of KÆrn could have first discovered electricity and start to experiment with it. Nothing in the archaeological  record suggests Mecca is not an ancient city with a strong academics base.

o  It is possible that while the people of KÆrn were creating schools, laboratories, libraries, etc. they might have run across the concept of magnetism. In magnetism it does not take much experimenting to know the vast array of knowledge which can be learned from playing with electricity.

o  Thanks to Nickola Tesla, modern academics also knows that in a short few decades with a little bit of experimentation mysteries of the universe can be uncovered.

o  The technology build from learning from these experiments might be one reason the ancient monotheists were angry enough with the ancients who built the tower to begin with. They were angry for much the same reason in 2011 many religious and academics are extremely concerned over the concepts of all research into upper end electro-magnetics.

o  The tabernacle might be a special tent designed for the express purpose of experimenting with and creating products based on those experiments. Playing with electricity is one way to get not only yourself but everyone around you very hurt or destroyed. All laboratories that are aimed at the field of electro-magnetics have to be specially constructed so electricity does not arc and damage things which are not good to damage.

o  The evidence for at least some degree of electro-magnetics experimentation and products can be reasonably assumed.


·     Assending and desending

o  https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash4/483638_270049569785214_840878811_n.jpg

o  A pod designed to raise and lower someone from the ground up to the top of the glacier.

o  http://cronicasdelgrantiempo.blogspot.com.es/2012/11/la-nave-de-toprakkale.html

§  Five The only way to live is to build as many communities on the ice as possible

§  Six at the end of the ice age; what to do next. Before the ice melts descend from the top to the ground; into an area of earth not going to be flooded by the melting ice behind.

§  Seven; it is possible, major barges were created around the most important of the tents. The barges were then just floated down when the glacier collapsed. Some successful some crushed.

§  The above mentioned steps are the framework for what creates and causes extremely complicated and what modern humans will one day label advanced architectural engineering to be invented. As every single person who has had anything to do with artic life experience; glacier ages are the definition of serious. Glaciers will kill you in a second if you are not prepared.

§  Humans came into cognition at the end of more than 100,000 years of glacier age. Or for the creationists; humans came into cognition while glaciers were still surrounding the garden. Once they left the garden, they had to immediately content with having to invent all the technology needed to live on ice full time. The end conclusion is the same; invent architecture and artic engineering or die.


o  Banishment

§  What happens if someone is unable or unwilling to be a gainful member of the society.

§  Every culture on the planet academics has any record of has had members which were deemed by society to have unacceptable behavior.

·     Be that behavior

o  Criminal

o  Educational; those that refuse to learn enough to help sustain the technology level needed to stay alive.

o  Medical; those incapable of taking care of themselves or others.

§  The consequence would be simple. The tent citizen would either have to do one of the following actions

·     find another tent city willing to take them in,

·     find a ground culture willing to take them in

·     or learn how to live by themselves; or in a small band. Nomadic and hand to mouth subsistence level of survival.


o  52 tents52 tents. What life was like on a glacier. How those reflections are still in the variables of the modern day nomadic and tent cities of those same areas.

§  What the tent cities would look like is a large group of tents usually in a circular pattern. With one or a couple major large tents at the center with progressive rings of tents surrounding in even widening circles.

§  A picture of said is illustrated on a monolithic scroll in Roslyn chapel. The scroll talks about the history and progress of the temple of Jerusalem

·     1 How it started as a tent complex

·     2 Then moved into semi-solid architecture at some point in history. The reason for the change from tent to semi-permanent is not listed on the scroll.

·     3 Then the first actual physical temple; location possibly Jerusalem. But Jerusalem was at the time firmly controlled by the Canaanite/people of KÆrn.

·     4 1 After a battle the first actual temple of Jerusalem. When the Semitic conquered the city from the founders. Previous temples were rumored to be only in tents and other smaller temples from other cities and hidden in caves.

·     5 2 an exact copy of the Jerusalem temple which is a close exact copy of the tent complex from the end of the glacier age. Is constructed on the island of tyre; now submerged. The temple of tyre was renamed the temple of Hercules.

·     6 3 Jerusalem is conquered (probably from the new Babylonians; similar to New York. Two different cities similar name) the temple of antiquity is rebuilt circa 900 b.c.e.  by king Solomon

·     7 4 a series of build the temple in Jerusalem on the temple mount, then have successive conquerors knock it down. In this sequence, it is rumored that the 5th time the temple is rebuild; the messiah will come/return according to Jewish and Christian scholar's respectively.

·     8 5 the coming back of the true power of Canaan. (which who truly owns the lands of Canaan; will shock most of the entire world. The land is still called by their name. All the buildings still reflect the basic engineering the people of KÆrn in this specific location were called the Canaanites. The people of KÆrn language is called by scholars another title Indo European language. Since the people of KÆrn lived almost their entire 10,000 plus year reign living on glaciers the evidence of their existence is spotty and misunderstood at best. How do I know they lived in and had vast tent technology; all the descended cultures of the middle east copied and used their yurt/tabernacle tent design. )