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tadaman
There are the opposite directions to any two points forming a straight line into infinity as this concept forms. Then there is every other point in all directions, forming a sphere (curve) . The opposite direction of a straight line is above or below it. The square.
I see the cycle of something larger and smaller. A new measure for me.
If alternating between every other one starting and ending with the respective points of a straight line and those of a sphere composed of infinite points into every direction, an exact instance of infinity can be measured. Think about that.
Anything measurable is potentially alterable.
The triangle in a circle (3 and 3.14 points). The cross in a circle (4 and 3.14 points). Making one.
These are the exact measure of a portion of an infinitely winding "direction" or point into or from two others. They Show us the exact parting point from a straight line like x, y and z coordinates on a graph.
In two points to "reality", creation and destruction respectively, we find dimension and depth by parting from both. In measuring both and seeing the "form" of the straight, measured line composed of two points in all things, we also find an infinite center point between two points in a line. Now we have yet another point or rather direction ...to part from or wind into.
So by seeing the line, measuring it, and learning to part from or towards its two points (directions) completely, we can know the measure of a curve into infinity. We can choose the direction of infinity once infinity is a single point to us.
The triangle in the square. The circle in the square.
Yet another direction.
That is this pattern as I see it.
Thoughts?
Psychonautics
Fractals.
tadaman
The triangle in a circle (3 and 3.14 points).
tadaman
The cross in a circle (4 and 3.14 points). Making one.
tadaman
Anything measurable is potentially alterable.
The triangle in a circle (3 and 3.14 points). The cross in a circle (4 and 3.14 points). Making one.
These are the exact measure of a portion of an infinitely winding "direction" or point into or from two others. They Show us the exact parting point from a straight line like x, y and z coordinates on a graph.
The two curves of the Whitehead link have linking number zero.
wikipedia / Linking Integral
tadaman
These are the exact measure of a portion of an infinitely winding "direction" or point into or from two others. They Show us the exact parting point from a straight line like x, y and z coordinates on a graph.
Observationalist
I'm with ya on this one, I see numbers as vivid patterns, capable of creating complex blooms and simple structures.
You should check out my thread,www.abovetopsecret.com
This was my "ah ha" moment that brought deeper meaning to the numbers I use to hate.
I appreciate you sharing.
Observationalist
reply to post by Rex282
Nice work Rex, I appreciate you posting. We need to talk.
And the pattern at work
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I imagine the discovery of numbers to the ancient civilization must have been mind blowing. My approach is to feel like I'm discovering numbers for the first time. I try to stay objective and see the numbers as numbers first, I'll let others add the significants. Personally 37 has some significants, and Rex just blew me away.
edit on 14-3-2014 by Observationalist because: Added break
The linear recurrence equation: an = an-1 + an-2 with the starting conditions: a1 = a2 = 1 generates the familiar Fibonacci series: 1,1,2,3,5,8,13… This paper will use the first twenty terms of the sequence to demonstrate a close match between the Fibonacci series and the dynamic relationships between all the planets, and two dwarf planets in the Solar System. The average error across the twenty eight data points is demonstrated to be under 2.75%. The scientific implication of the result is discussed.
originally posted by: mikegrouchy
This is the best intro to Fractals I have seen.