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April 30, 2012 04:26AM
Ogygos Wrote:
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> What do you mean by this, what linguistic
> requirements?

Various criteria have to be met before a collection of symbols can be accepted as forming part of an an actual language system. (Wiki on structuralism in linguistics.)

It's a highly complex subject, about which I confess that I know very little.

> It has been proposed that based on
> the numbers of symbols it is some type of
> syllabary like Linear A and B.

Who has proposed this? Do you have a citation?

> Some

Who?

> have tried to
> read it based on the similarities of certain
> symbols with these writing systems. They claim
> that it seems that the language is Minoan(see
> linera A) an early Hellenic – Aeoloic dialect with
> certain eastern elements(Hittite - Luvian etc).

Again, who has proposed this?

> The disk seems to wave been created by a member of
> a very advanced civilization.

AFAICS, there is no proof whatsoever of this assertion.

> So we should take
> all things into account.

This is a non sequitur.

> The unique phonetic hieroglyphic Phaistos disk
> symbols are 45 , equal to the gematria value of
> the name Adam in Hebrew(ADM). One the other hand
> the total number of unique symbols is 46 equal to
> the word-number of Adam in Hellenic.
>
> The scientific community in general agrees that it
> is genuine.

Where is the proof of this assertion? What is the "scientific community in general"?

The Arkhalokhori axe was found decades
> after the Phaistos disk was unearthed and it
> contained hieroglyphic symbols with stricking
> similarities with the Phaistos disk.

Wiki on the Arkalochori Axe . It was apparently found in 1934.

> How could
> Pernier have known about this?

How could Pernier (who found the Phaistos disc) have known about what? You speak about the Arkalochori Axe as if it were a proven fact, rather than an hypothesis, that the symbols it carries are the same as the ones on the Phaistos disc. Again from the Wiki:
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It has been suggested that these (symbols) might be Linear A but Professor Glanville Price agrees with Louis Godart that "the characters on the axe are no more than a 'pseudo-inscription' engraved by an illiterate in uncomprehending imitation of authentic Linear A characters on other similar axes."

> Also the Phaistos
> disk was found in 1908. But from wiki we read:

Why do you expect your readers to spend time trying to find sources for what you say, when you should be supplying them? If you're going to cite Wiki, can you insert a link - in this case, Cytogenetics.

> "In 1912, Hans von Winiwarter reported 47
> chromosomes in spermatogonia and 48 in oogonia,
> concluding an XX/XO sex determination mechanism.
> Painter in 1922 was not certain whether the
> diploid number of man is 46 or 48, at first
> favouring 46. He revised his opinion later from 46
> to 48, and he correctly insisted on humans having
> an XX/XY system."
>
> On the Phaistos disk Adam falls on the sex
> chromosome 45 (Y), while Eve falls on the sex
> chromosome 46 (X). In a female we have XX, and in
> a male YX.
>
> The Phaistos disk has a great deal of scientific
> information encoded on it, that was not known when
> it was discovered. It could not have been forged.

None of this makes any sense. It's not been shown for certain that the Phaistos disc isn't a forgery. Whether it is or isn't, there is no justification for trying to tie it in with cytogenetics.

> In the pic one can see more on chromosomes and how
> they relate to various species. In some cases it’s
> not clear what they meant.

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