Copyright (C) January 2005, All rights reserved. Rudolf Bošnjak.

Here is Rudolf Bošnjak discovery, done at the date of 9 January 2005 year.

Secret in the LIQUID SECRET MYSTERY...

GOOGLE TRANSLATE - PREVODILAC

Swastika 4 century Zenica, BiH

WHAT THIS PRESENT. SWASTIKA ON FROM 4 century, Zenica, BiH.

I will try to explain what is + 4 carved on STEĆAK.

Water reaches peak density at + 4 degrees Celsius, or around 40 degrees Fahrenheit

What is the meaning  + 4 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + 4.4 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + 4.44 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + 4.445 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)Celsius or SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)0 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning

SWASTICE_OPAKO_+.jpg (3283 bytes) SWASTICE_OPAKO_4.jpg (3135 bytes) Celsius or SWASTICE_OPAKO_4.jpg (3135 bytes) SWASTICE_OPAKO_0.jpg (2277 bytes)

Fahrenheit

The temperature of the SURROUNDING air affects the shape and type of the snow flake.

Temperature (F)

Shape

32 to 25 degrees Thin plates
25 to 21 degrees Ice needles
21 to 14 degrees Hollow columns
14 to 10 degrees Six-sided plates
10 to 3 degrees Intricate dendrites
3 to - 8 degrees Six-sided plates
- 8 and below Hollow columns

If you want to find what the temperatures are in Celsius, use the Temperature Converter below.

Temperature Converter:

Enter a number in one box and then click anywhere outside the box.
Use the reset button to clear the numbers.

F: C:  

Water  changes from the liquid to the solid state when it freezes, creating ice crystals. When this happens in clouds, the ice crystals are in the form of snow. The temperature at which snow is formed, affects the shape of the flakes.

Sec ret of  v v a t t e r a

Secret of watt terra

Do not be shocked!  Ne budi šokiran!
Think!  Misli
Th ink!  Mi, sli ti...
Th ink!  Misli ti svoje trebaš...gdje slit i kako?
Th ink!  Mi, sliti...šta Mi sliti tre baš
Th ink!  Mi, sliti...šta Mi sliti tri baš...
Th ink!  Mi, sliti...šta Mi sliti tri put baš..prije nego režeš...

This sign is found on very few Neolithic rock carvings as this stecak is.
I was looking for this specific stecak and I found as in English language name for this is "tombstone"
if this sign represent tombstone or something else still not known to humans.
In local language name for this peace of rock is STECAK or STEĆAK.

 

SVASTIKA STECAK RUDOLF BOSNJAK DISCOVERY

+ 4.445 cELsius  or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)Celsius or SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)0 Fahrenheit...

 

SVASTIKA

SWASTICA

SWASTICE

S  WAST  ICE ON

S  WAST  IĆE ON

...led se kreće

led se kriće on, sta kriće on?, šta kriće on? šta krije led or LEaDer...

S  WA  STIĆE ON

S WAS  STIŠĆE ON

S WAS STEGNE ON SE..

SVOD  SA  NEBA   WAS  STIŠĆE ON

S WAS  STEĆEK ON

S WAS  STEĆE ON...

S  VAS  STEĆE ON...

S WAS SKRUTNJAVALI

S VVAS SKRUTNJAVALI

SV US SKRUTNJAVALI

SVU SSKRUT NJA  VAL I

SVU SSKRIT NJA  VAL I

SVU SKRIT NJA  VAL I

SSAV STEĆE ON...

SS.jpg (1616 bytes)

AV  STEĆE ON...

SS.jpg (1616 bytes)

AV  STEĆE ON...

SS.jpg (1616 bytes)

AVA  STEĆAK ON...

What is the meaning  + SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)Celsius or SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)0 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + 4 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit...

S WAS  STEĆAK

S WAS  STEGAĆ

S WAS   STEGNE SE ON

S WAS  STEŽEĆ

S WAS  STERAĆ

The swastika, swastice is a very old AND STILL UNKNOWN MEANING of ideogram. Above is my explanation.  You try to UNDERSTAND, if you can. I Rudolf Bošnjak, giving you Secret of LIQUID SECRET MYSTERY...

SVASTIKA STECAK RUDOLF OBLIK- SVASTIKA STECAK RUDOLF SHAPE

+ 4.445 cELsius  or 40 Fahrenheit...

What is the meaning  + SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)Celsius or SWASTICE_OPAKO.gif (68 bytes)0 Fahrenheit...

 


BELOW are EXPLANATIONS from MANY PEOPLE ON THIS PLANET

Rudolf Bosnjak explanations are in BLUE colored LETTERS with images.

The first such signs preserved to our days were found in the Euphrates-Tigris valley, and in some areas of the Indus valley. They seem to be more than 3,000 years old. Yet it was not until around the year 1000 B.C. that the swastika became a commonly used sign, first maybe in ancient Troy in the north west of today's Turkey.

The Sumerians seem to have used the swastika, but neither their successors the Babylonians and Assyrians, nor the Egyptians seem to have used it. Most other ancient cultures in Eurasia, however, did use it. Count Goblet d'Alviella (see the bibliography), who at the end of the last century conducted research in the distribution and migration of sacred symbols, put forth the theory that certain symbols were mutually exclusive, i.e. they could not appear in the same country or cultural sphere.

This seems to have been the case with for instance the signs and as symbols for Jerusalem in Europe during the Middle Ages. According to this theory the swastika and the round disc with horizontally spread-out wings, ,

SWASTICA  WITH HORIZONTALLY SPREAD-OUT WINGS     SWASTICA WITH HORIZONTALLY SPREAD-OUT WINGS

Here is snow crystal... we knew today, but this symbol is so similar.

the circle with the four-pointed star, , and below is so many of lifeforce shown as snow flakes.

LOST or KNOW KNOWLEDGE IN THE PAST.

 

Below is on first place SWASTIKA and other shapes we do not know what they represent.

k ODA  SLOVENA

Or this image showing different shapes of lifeforce shown as snow flakes.
There is Niderl who claim: THOSE ARE SIGNS FOR MARKING USED BY OLD SLAVIC TRIBES.

Animation, done
by Rudolf Bosnjak 20 November 2001.

Real forming of snow flakes.

SLAVIC CODE ANIMATION done by Rudolf Bosnjak

FORMING SNOW FLAKES

Dear viewer, please, carefully watch this animation...

 

 

and the four-armed cross in a circle, , visible on the top of stecak in Radimlja, old tombstone site.

SWASTIKA RADIMLJA

See same STECAk as what is previous work regarding SRZ-CORE name.

Another example from unknown knowledge from STECAK is here.

In my theory this stecak showing lost knowledge, and we misinterpret as heretic bogomils, bogumils, intentionally detoured past.

are all symbols for the sun, the highest god, and the supreme power and lifeforce. In my theory this highest god, and the supreme power and lifeforce is water, which circulate in our body.

Ice II

Ice II is rhombohedral. It has similarities, not surprisingly, to Ice I in that it consists of undulating six-membered rings joined to another ring below it. However, neighboring rings do not form a complete hexagonal network but instead surround threefold screw axes. The diagram below shows the rings in Ice I (left) and Ice II (right). Altitudes of rings around the screw axes are indicated on the right diagram. Since the rings enclose vacancies, the Ice II structure actually has less void space and is denser. The density is 1.17 gm/cc.

Balkan Kosovo Jugoslavija sekstagon
Ice II is rhombohedral. Balkan Ice II is rhombohedral.

Rudolf Bosnjak search and discovery. Example of Former Yugoslavia. Theoretical and some practical border and ethnic problems appears in the our past, because of non following geometrical shape of sekstagon for the all kind of borders...The basic sekstagon for all other measurement is taken geometrical shape of KOSOVO  See web page about previous work here

Another example from unknown KOSOVO shape is here.

See here KOSOVO from satellite and shape

The structure of Ice II is shown below. There are two sets of rings with slightly differing degrees of undulation, shown in green and light blue. In terms of c-axis dimensions, one set is centered on altitudes 0, 1/3, 2/3 and one, the other on 1/6, 1/2 and 5/6. The two sets alternate vertically and are clustered around three-fold screw axes. If we denote the two sets of rings as P and Q, then the rings are linked around each three-fold axis in the manner P-Q-P-Q-P-Q-. Links in the two types of rings are red and purple, cross-links are dark blue.

KOSOVO Ice II is rhombohedral.

On the other hand both and were common in Greece in the antiquity. If d'Alviella's theory is correct, this means that none of these signs was the symbol of a dominating power or god. There probably was no all-dominating god worshipped there.
    

The swastika was used well before the birth of Christ in China, India, Japan, and Southern Europe. Whether it was also used that early in the Americas, however, is not known. There are no swastika-like signs on the oldest rock carvings there. Neither did the Mayans, the Incas, and the Aztecs use it. However, many of the Indian tribes in the southern parts of North America seem to have begun using the sign after the arrival of the first Spanish colonists.

The swastika is mostly associated with Buddha in India, China, and Japan. In early Chinese symbolism was known as wan, and was a general superlative. In Japan it may have been a sign for the magnificent number 10,000.

In India according to d'Alviella, the word swastika is composed by the Sanskrit su = good, and asti = to be, with the suffix ka. The arms of the Indian swastika were angled in a clockwise direction (from the center). Now, who intentionally and wrongly translate word swastika in the Sanskrit that  su = good, and asti = to be, with the suffix ka. Think! What was purpose of wrong translation.

The sign was common among the Hittites (in what is now Turkey), and in Greece from around 700 B.C., where it was freely used in decorations on ceramic pots, vases, coins, and buildings in the antiquity.

In the rest of Europe swastikas and swastika-like structures were used by the Celts. They did, however, not appear in the Nordic countries until well after the birth of Christ, and then they do not seem to have been common. They can be seen on. few runic stones (from around 1000 A.D.), often combined with another cross structure, as in . Below is similar "cristal-cross" structure found in Luristan in Iran.

Luristan Iran

Here is what? Snow Crystal!.  Is snow cristal was known in that time?

From his shoulders growing Ahura Mazda, master of wisdom, and Ariman, spirit of dark and evil.

Luristan Iran

Zurvan hermaphrodite god of endless time on Luristan, Iran.

"After the birth of Christ", maybe related to the disappearance of the Celtic culture from the European continent, seems to have lost its popularity in most of Europe, with the exception of the Nordic countries. Maybe it became known as a sign representing Buddha and therefore was considered anti-Christian. This disappearance might also have been due to its widespread use in ancient Greece, a pagan society.


Although not commonly used in Europe during the Middle Ages, it was wellknown and had many different names: Hakenkreuz in Germanic princedoms,

fylfot in England,

crux gammata in Latin countries, and

tetraskelion or gammadion in Greece.

The swastika's spectrum of meaning is centered around power, energy, and migration. It is closely associated with and , thus with tribal migrations. But nobody expect Rudolf Bosnjak connect swastika's spectrum of meaning with frozen water, and different phases of water when change to ice.

The sign was used in the nineteenth and twentieth century cartography to indicate electric power plants. It was part of the logotype used by the Swedish manufacturer of electrical machinery, ASEA, now the multinational ABB,

until Hitler monopolized as a national symbol. In the section "The ideographic Struggle in Europe during the 1930s" in Part III you can read more about the way the swastika was introduced and used in Germany. See more below about .

The swastika is still a common sign in Finland. The victory of the "Whites" during the civil war of 1918 was the victory of the farm-owners, the middle class, and the squires over the communist workers and crofters, the "Reds".
  can be seen on the Finnish Cross of Freedom, an order decoration created by the winning side in 1918; as a sign for Finnish women's voluntary defense; and on army unit standards. It was also the sign for the Finnish air force from 1918 up to the 1950s.


There is some confusion as to whether the clockwise (from the centre) angled swastika, , or the countercockwise angled variation, , is the sign with the most positive meaning. Both types have appeared in many different contexts, except when the sign is used as an official or national symbol, in which case is always preferred. The instances of use of are by far more numerous than those of .

The swastika is often also called tetraskele, "four-leg".
                                                  tetnologies

This variation of it is a sign for repeat or repetition, in music.  

This sign is found on many neolithic rock carvings. It is a variation of the sign called fylfot in English. It is called so because it was formerly used in Britain to fill the foots of coloured windows. It is also called gammadion and swastika. This variation has been found, among other places, on a runic stone in Lund, Sweden.

This and similar structures are common in modern technical contexts. signifies heat, and enclosed space.

Therefore in certain systems represents heat oven, melting oven, cooler (heat is fed into a cold space), etc.
See the corresponding meaning in , air cooling system with several levels.



Ao samotné swastice pak: "Někteří lidé říkají: "Tento symbol vypadá jako Hitlerovy věci." Dovolte mi říci, že samotný tento symbol neoznačuje ...


Water is heavier when chilled, lighter when frozen, absorbing enormous heat with but a slight rise in temperature, the foundation of life, the most common of liquids, and the strangest. If only we knew how it worked.

"We still don't quantitatively understand the physics of liquid water," says Richard Saykally, a world-renowned chemist at the University of California at Berkeley. As a result, our best computer models don't simulate reactions in water, like the folding of a protein or the docking of a hormone and its target cell each a Holy Grail of biotech. Solving the mysteries of water would do for chemicals and pharmaceuticals what the wind tunnel did for aerospace: substitute fast, cheap calculations for slow, costly experiments. "We're talking about billions of dollars saved here," Mr. Saykally says.

Experimentalists like Mr. Saykally study how water actually behaves, at temperatures ranging from just above absolute zero to a few hundred degrees above its boiling point. Theorists, meanwhile, attempt to hone their computer simulations to match more closely the experimental observations. As increasingly powerful computers bring the two approaches into somewhat better agreement, scientists are learning that water is even weirder than they had thought.

 

SECRET FROM LIQUID SECRET MYSTERY
Take virtually any liquid as molten iron, for instance and freeze part of it into a solid; the solid will sink to the bottom. But ice floats, and the question is why. Indeed, water reaches peak density at 4 degrees Celsius, or around 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

"In school," says H. Eugene Stanley, a physicist at Boston University, "we learn that if water is in equilibrium with ice, the temperature must be zero Celsius. That's not true. The water at the bottom is not zero, but four Celsius, and the reason is that below four Celsius, the water starts becoming lighter, so the heavier four-Celsius water sinks to the bottom of the glass and just stays there."

Mr. Stanley describes this as the most remarkable of the "magical properties" of water, although there are plenty of others. There are, for instance, 5 different kinds, or phases, of liquid water, not to be confused with the 12 to 14 different phases of ice.

Ice forms a crystal lattice, and each phase has its own structure.

As a crystal, ice is as different from water as diamonds are from pencil lead.

You can, for example, supercool water so that rather than freezing at 0 degrees Celsius, as it prefers to do, it will stay a liquid down to roughly -38 degrees Celsius.

Water typically won't freeze without some impurities around which its molecules can begin to coalesce.

For this reason, researchers who study supercooled water do so with the purest water they can get.

At -38 degrees Celsius, however, even the purest water spontaneously turns to ice. When that happens, "it does so with an audible bang, like a little bomb," says Austen Angell, a University of Arizona chemist who holds the world record for supercooling water.

From -38 to -120 degrees Celsius, it's ice all the way, a temperature regime that Mr. Stanley calls "no-man's land," by which he means "no liquid."

But below -120 degrees Celsius, it's possible to make what's known as ultraviscous water, a liquid as thick as molasses.

Below -135 degrees Celsius comes glassy water, a solid having no crystal structure.

Most of water's strange properties stem from the peculiar bonds formed between neighboring H2O molecules. The bonds are formed by the two hydrogen atoms, which stick out from the oxygen at an angle of exactly 106 degrees "Mickey Mouse ears," Mr. Stanley calls them, "with the two positive hydrogen atoms as the ears, and two little feet sticking out, which are the negatively charged pairs."

The bond angle doesn't allow water molecules to bind ears-to-feet. Instead, the left ear of one molecule goes to the foot of a second, and the right ear goes to the foot of a third. At any given moment, only a few water molecules are likely to be bound at both ears and both feet. Others will have only three bonds, and still others only two.

The result is hard to simulate because you can't treat every water molecule as identical. Nor can you portray them as spheres, with perfect symmetry that would cut back on the number of spatial relationships, considerably easing the calculating load. Moreover, the electromagnetic forces between Mickey's ears and feet have a relatively long range, so you have to take into account not merely neighboring molecules but those farther apart as well.

TESTING THE WATERS
As computing power has grown exponentially over the years and modeling techniques have improved, so have simulations, which can now do a reasonable job of modeling a few thousand water molecules at a time. The models explain the four degree temperature anomaly and some other conundrums just as Mr. Stanley did in his suggestion 20 years ago at any one time, the water molecules are engaged in the largest possible number of "good" hydrogen bonds. In ice, for instance, the hydrogen bond network is fully engaged, with each Mickey Mouse molecule locked onto its neighbors by two ears and two feet and occupying its maximum volume.

In water, because one or more of the hydrogen bonds is always broken, the molecules can move a little closer than they can in ice, allowing them more ways to arrange themselves. Lower the temperature, and you get "a little bit of a solid phase inside the liquid phase, and, as you lower the temperature further, you get more and more of these little bits of ice forming," Mr. Stanley says, like "plums in the plum pudding."

But does this transition between phases happen in reality or just in the computer? The ultimate test of a model is whether it predicts a phenomenon that experimentalists have yet to discover. In the case of Mr. Stanley's water simulation, this happened in 1992, when he and two collaborating physicists, Peter Poole of the University of Western Ontario and Francesco Sciortino of the University of Roma La Sapienta, noticed a coalescing of the plums in the plum pudding at roughly -50 degrees Celsius. The water seemed to be separating into a less dense phase of highly bonded water and a denser phase of less well-bonded water -- a kind of liquid water never before seen.

The proposition was, and still is, controversial. Indirect evidence is mounting, but direct evidence is hard to come by. "Heat capacity, compressibility quite a lot of the properties of water measured in that region show this type of divergence," says Mr. Saykally. "That's the standard hallmark of a phase transition near a critical point in the neighborhood."

The only direct experimental evidence of the phenomenon comes from Osamu Mishima of Japan's National Institute for Research in Inorganic Materials. In 1994, Mr. Mishima demonstrated that glassy water has high and low density phases and a transition from the former to the latter that Mr. Stanley says "pops like popcorn" as the glassy water expands. More recently, Mr. Mishima and Mr. Stanley have plotted the melting temperature against the pressure of superpure water and discovered kinks in the resulting curves  kinks that are consistent with transition to a new form of liquid water.

Meanwhile, Mr. Saykally wants to infer Niagara Falls from a drop of water by fully calculating the behavior first of two water molecules, then three, four, and onward. He hopes to end up with a water model that is demonstrably better than that of Mr. Stanley or, for that matter, anyone else. "It should be able to do everything," Mr. Saykally says, "to calculate any properties whatsoever of liquid water more accurately than they've ever been described before."

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